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The data is in: We are now worse off than before the experimental jabs

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About 68 percent of adults have received at least one shot of COVID vaccine in the US.
In October 2018, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health published a report that, if one didn't know better, might make readers think the authors were involved in the gain-of-function research that likely created this virus. The report, titled "Technologies to Address Global Catastrophic Biological Risks," offers novel social control and mRNA vaccination ideas to deal with emerging pandemics "whether naturally emerging or reemerging, deliberately created and released, or laboratory engineered and escaped — that could lead to sudden, extraordinary, widespread disaster beyond the collective capability of national and international organizations and the private sector to control."

One of the many bone-chilling sections in this publication (pp. 45-47) provides a blueprint for "self-spreading vaccines," described as vaccines "genetically engineered to move through populations in the same way as communicable diseases, but rather than causing disease, they confer protection."

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Benefits of sauna and winter-swimming revealed in new study on Scandinavian men

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The Scandinavian winter swimming culture combines brief dips in cold water with hot sauna sessions — and now, a study of young men who participate regularly in these polar plunges finds that winter swimming may allow the body to adapt to extreme temperatures. The findings, publishing October 11 in the journal Cell Reports Medicine, suggest that routinely alternating swims or dips in chilly water with sauna sessions might affect how brown fat, also known as brown adipose tissue (BAT), burns energy and produces heat.

"Our data underscore that BAT in adult humans is part of the collective body temperature regulation system in collaboration with skeletal muscle and blood flow," says senior study author Camilla Scheele of the University of Copenhagen. "Regular winter swimming combining cold dips with hot sauna might be a strategy to increase energy expenditure, which could result in weight loss if compensatory increase in food intake can be avoided."

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Objective:Health - Is October 15th Worldwide Mandatory Vaccination Day?

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Looking through the latest news, we can't help but notice the date October 15 being brought up repeatedly in the context of mandatory vaccinations. Italy's Green Pass is coming into force on October 15 and it's also the deadline for US Federal contract employees to get the vax, for example.

But it's not just at the federal level - many states, counties, universities and employers have taken on this seemingly arbitrary date as the deadline for vaccination - the drop dead date, if you will.

So what's the deal with October 15th? Coincidence? Is this just pattern recognition run amok, or is there something significant about this date? Because it's so widespread, is this an order coming from on high? Did the elites want everyone vaccinated on the first Friday after Canadian Thanksgiving? Or two weeks before Halloween?

Join us on this episode of Objective:Health as we speculate and hypothesize about what the heck is going on with October 15th.


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Merck asks FDA for emergency approval of new COVID drug despite safety concerns

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Despite warnings from scientists that its new COVID drug could have seriously harmful side effects like causing cancers and birth defects, Merck officially submitted the drug, Molnupiravir, to the FDA for approval. If it's approved, it would be the first antiviral pill to treat the virus.

According to the NYT, the drug would revolutionize COVID treatment since it would be able to relatively inexpensively treat many more high-risk patients sick with COVID, especially those that haven't been vaccinated (the drug was only tested on patients who hadn't been vaccinated). Still, the drug will be a cash cow for Merck, since Merck is planning to charge customers 40x the cost to make the drug.

Despite the price, countries are lining up for deals with Merck even before the drug has been approved. Merck has struck deals with the US government, as well as South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia and others.

The $700 course of the pill is meant to be taken at home as four capsules twice a day for five days, constituting a total of 40 pills. Per the trial data released by Merck - which was greeted with fawning from doctors and scientists - it halved hospitalizations and deaths (though the trial was cut short by a supervisory board who claimed the data was so positive it would be unethical to withhold the drug from the placebo group). The approval could come within weeks, per the NYT.

Comment: See also: Ivermectin is safer, and just as effective - probably more.


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Making the case: A natural immunity cheat sheet

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There's a lot we don't know about the current state of the pandemic. What we can say for almost certain now is that if you had Covid and recovered your immune system has all the tools it needs to combat the disease going forward. Marty Makary from Johns Hopkins University put it this way:

"During every month of this pandemic, I've had debates with other public researchers about the effectiveness and durability of natural immunity," he wrote in an Op-Ed for U.S. News & World Report in August.
"I've been told that natural immunity could fall off a cliff, rendering people susceptible to infection. But here we are now, over a year and a half into the clinical experience of observing patients who were infected, and natural immunity is effective and going strong, and that's because with natural immunity, the body develops antibodies to the entire surface of the virus, not just a spike protein constructed from a vaccine."

Syringe

Steve Kirsch: 'At least 200,000 people have died from the Covid jabs in the US'

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Yesterday, October 8, 2021, I published a Highwire exclusive interview with Deborah Conrad, a physician's assistant who is blowing the whistle on COVID jab injuries, and the fact that these injuries are rarely reported because of a faulty VAERS database design.

Today you're in for yet another bombshell video: "Vaccine Secrets: COVID Crisis." It's the first episode of "The False Narrative Takedown Series," produced by Steve Kirsch, executive director of the COVID-19 Early Treatment Fund.

"Vaccine Secrets" complements and supports everything Conrad shared in her interview, so I highly recommend saving these files on your computer and watching both of them. Both are available on Bitchute.

Comment: 200K strikes us as too high a guesstimate. There could well be that many deaths-by-Covid-vaxx globally, but for the US alone it's probably more like 20K.

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VAERS data show COVID vaccine serious injury close to 112,000, Pfizer asks FDA for approval to inject kids 5 to 11

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VAERS data released Friday by the CDC included a total of 778,685 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID vaccines, including 16,310 deaths and 111,921 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and Oct. 1, 2021.

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Ivermectin: Truth & totalitarianism - Calling out the lie

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"Merck stock surged 10% Friday after it said its investigational pill cuts the risk of hospitalization and death in COVID-19 patients...The pill reduced the risk of hospitalization or death by about 50%," Merck and its partner, Ridgeback Biotherapeutics, said in a statement Friday.

"This is a phenomenal result. This is a profound game-changer to have an oral pill that had this kind of effect, this magnitude of effect in patients who are at high risk who are already symptomatic," former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said Friday on CNBC about results of the interim analysis.
"Meanwhile, shares of COVID vaccine makers Pfizer and Moderna fell 2.5% and 10%, respectively."
This puts Dr. Scott Gottlieb between a rock and a hard place. On the one hand, as a member of Pfizer's Board of Directors, he is paid handsomely to attend a few board meetings per year, yet on the other hand, he must not be too glowing in his praise of the antiviral, which might lead people away from the Pfizer vaccine. Moreover, it could affect sales just as it has already dropped the stock price.

In 2020, Gottlieb was paid $338,587 by Pfizer. In 2020, he also earned $525,850 as a director of Illumina. Due to his former FDA Chief status, Gottlieb is in high demand as one word of favor from him can send a stock price soaring.

He has served on multiple other boards, including Tempus Labs, National Resilience, and the Mount Sinai Health System. It must be a daunting task to walk the line by promoting one corporate interest while not offending any of the others.

Attention

"Proceed with caution at your own peril' Merck's COVID 'super drug' poses serious health risks, scientists warn

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As it turns out, all the scientists and doctors who insisted that Merck's "revolutionary" COVID drug molnupiravir is extremely safe weren't faithfully adhering to "the science" after all. Because according to a report published Thursday by Barron's, some scientists are worried that the drug - which purportedly cut hospitalizations in half during a study that was cut short - could cause cancer or birth defects.

So much for having a "strong safety profile," as Dr. Scott Gottlieb claimed in an interview on the day Merck first publicized the research.

It's perfectly understandable why Merck might choose to play down this safety risk: assuming it's approved, the drug is widely expected to be one of "the most lucrative drugs ever" - which is one reason why Merck's shares soared into double-digit territory after the announcement.

As we reported earlier this week, Merck and its "partner" Ridgeback Biotherapeutics will profit immensely by charging customers up to 40x what it costs to make the drug, which Ridgeback originally licensed from Emory University for an "undisclosed sum". The drug was developed with funding from the federal government.

According to Barron's, some scientists who have studied the drug believe that its method of suppressing the virus could potentially run amok within the body.

Comment: This is just one more quick fix money-maker where-in profits would cover/cover-up any potential lawsuits.


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Covid-19 infection may prompt Guillain-Barré syndrome, J&J vaccine implicated in increased risk

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An electron microscopy image of a cell infected by the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
What are breakthrough infections?

Covid-19 infection may occasionally trigger Guillain-Barré syndrome, a rare but potentially serious neurological condition, according to new research appearing in the journal Brain, and published by Oxford University Press.

Guillain-Barré syndrome is an autoimmune neurological disorder where the body's immune system begins to attack the body itself and damage nerve cells. It can cause muscle weakness and occasionally paralysis.

Comment: Coronavirus itself has been found to have a very unusual make up, which, along with its other unusual effects on the body, including an increased risk of delirium, has led numerous researchers to conclude that it was engineered in a laboratory: