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Mild myocarditis post-vaccination can result in sudden death, Japanese autopsy finds

Myocarditis Post-Vaccination

Comment: Yet another study linking the development of heart disease to the Covid vaxx....

A new paper from pathologists in Kanazawa City, Japan reports the findings of an autopsy in a healthy 40-year-old man:
A healthy 40-year-old Japanese man suddenly experienced tachycardia and lost consciousness two days after vaccination. Continued resuscitation recovered the spontaneous heartbeat; however, the patient did not regain consciousness and died nine days later.

Electrocardiography after resuscitation showed marked ST-segment depression and incomplete right bundle branch block.

Influenza antigen and polymerase chain reaction tests for SARS-CoV-2 were negative.


Top cardiologist reports 47-fold increase in serious myocarditis post Covid vaccinations as he calls on GMC to investigate

St Peter Port in Guernsey
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Dr. Dean Patterson, a leading consultant cardiologist in Guernsey and Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, has written to the U.K. medical professional regulator the General Medical Council (GMC) calling for an investigation into harms from the COVID-19 vaccines, in a letter first published on Dr. Aseem Malhotra's website.

The increase from one serious case every three to four years to the 28 hospital admissions Dr. Patterson reports for 2021 and 2022 represents a 47-fold increase in incidence.
That is similar to:
'Nature' study finds serious heart inflammation 44 TIMES higher after Covid vaccination

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For most of this time, the main focus of Twitter censorship has, of course, been supposed "Covid-19 disinformation." By now, almost all the most influential advocates of early treatment or critics of Covid-19 vaccines on Twitter have had their accounts suspended, and most have not made it back.

The list of the permanently suspended includes such prominent voices as Robert Malone, Steve Kirsch, Daniel Horowitz, Nick Hudson, Anthony Hinton, Jessica Rose, Naomi Wolf, and, most recently, Peter McCullough.

And myriad smaller accounts have met the same fate for committing such thought crimes as suggesting that the myocarditis risk of both mRNA vaccines (Moderna and BioNTech/Pfizer) outstrips any benefit or pointing to mRNA instability and its unknown consequences for safety and efficacy.
Unbeknownst to most Americans, this has in fact occurred and their 1st Amendment rights are being vitiated, namely, by the European Union. There is a financial gun pointed at Twitter. But it is not the Biden administration, but rather the European Commission, under the leadership of Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, that has its finger on the trigger.

The law in question is the EU's Digital Services Act (DSA), which was passed by the European Parliament last July 5 amidst almost total indifference - in Europe as much as in the United States - despite its momentous and disastrous implications for freedom of speech worldwide.

The DSA gives the European Commission the power to impose fines of up to 6% of global turnover on "very large online platforms or very large online search engines" that it finds to be non-compliant with its censorship requirements. "Very large" is defined as any platform or search engine that has over 45 million users in the EU. Note that while the size criterion is limited to users in the EU, the sanction is based precisely on the company's global turnover.

The DSA has been designed to function in combination with the EU's so-called Code of Practice on Disinformation: an ostensibly voluntary code for "combatting disinformation" - aka censoring - that was originally launched in 2018 and of which Twitter, Facebook/Meta and Google/YouTube are all signatories.

But with the passage of the DSA, the Code of Practice is evidently not so "voluntary" anymore. There is no need for complex legal analyses to show that the sanction provisions in the DSA are intended as the enforcement mechanism for the Code of Practice. The European Commission has said so itself - and in a tweet no less!

In fact, the Code has never really been all that voluntary. The Commission had already made its desire to "tame" the US tech giants known previously, and it had already flexed its muscles, imposing massive fines on Google and Facebook for other alleged offenses.
For more on how that came about:
SOTT Focus: The End of Democracy: "What I'm Describing is Military Rule"


Shingles vaccine may increase risk of ocular shingles recurrence

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Getting the recombinant zoster (shingles) vaccine (RZV), or Shingrix, if you have had an ocular shingles event, may increase your risk of experiencing a second event, a recent study shows.

Ocular shingles refers to all shingles that manifest in the eye area. Milder cases of ocular shingles typically occur near the eyelids, while more severe cases may cause inflammation inside the eyes and potentially lead to blindness.

Researchers at the University of California (UC)-San Francisco found that, compared to unvaccinated people with a history of ocular shingles, those who receive the RZV have a 93 percent higher rate of developing ocular shingles again.

Easter Egg 2

Rete ovarii: Ovary appendage dismissed as functionless may act as organ's 'tongue'

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© Anbarci, bioRxiv, 2024Fluorescently died component of the external part of the rete overaii extending out from the ovaries.
While diligently recorded in early versions of the famous surgical reference book, Gray's Anatomy, the rete ovarii's existence has largely fallen into obscurity, left out of modern texts and dismissed as a "functionless vestige".

This is despite the fact the structure is highly conserved across mammal species, from camels to guinea pigs, suggesting the small ovarian structure has an important enough role.

What's more, an equivalent (if simpler) structure in males - the rete testis - has a known function involved in maintaining the fluid in the testicles and helps with sperm transport.

Comment: With 'junk' DNA and 'vestigial' appendages having been found to serve a critical function, it's fairly clear by now that there is still an incredible amount science has yet to discover about biology: Also check out SOTT radio's:

Evil Rays

Are we taking the risks of 5G seriously enough?

5G unit
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Two months ago, the U.S. state of New Hampshire introduced a bipartisan bill requiring wireless antennae to be placed at least 500 metres away from residences, businesses and schools as well as putting measures in place to inform the public about the health risks of radio-frequency radiation (RFR) and to replace Wi-Fi with wired technology in schools. The measures are based on the findings of the New Hampshire Commission to "Study the Environmental and Health Effects of Evolving 5G Technology".

In many countries including the U.K., mobile communications base stations can be placed as close as 20 to 25 metres to residential properties. Over the last few years, many of these masts have been upgraded to 5G using frequencies of 3.5 GHz and including a complex set of special signal modulations, pulses, polarisation, phased arrays and novel equipment designs to enable faster and larger data downloads.

But what are the health implications of placing these new high tech 5G base stations so close to living and working accommodation? Professor Lennart Hardell, an Oncologist from the Environment and Cancer Research Foundation, Sweden, and Mona Nilsson from the Swedish Radiation Protection Foundation have just completed a series of eight 5G case studies, in which they study 18 people in a real-life 5G environment.


200% rise of pancreatic cancer in young women and girls since 1990s, diet thought to be to blame

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A 'frightening' explosion of young women developing one of the deadliest cancers has baffled experts.

Rates of pancreatic cancer have soared by up to 200 per cent in women under the age of 25 since the 1990s.

Overall, incidences of the disease — which has a five-year survival rate of just 5 per cent — have increased by around 17 per cent over the same time-span, with soaring obesity rates suspected to be behind the trend.

Yet oncologists cannot explain the particular surge in young women, with no such spike noted in men of the same age.

Comment: If the data only goes up to 2018, then we don't have the data for how the vaccines may have worsened the situation, but data from other illnesses show that it's highly likely to have done so.

See also: The following X-thread comparing health data in Russia versus the US is rather revealing, and might provide a few clues as to what's going on in the West:
  • deaths due to alcohol poisoning been falling for the past two decades in Russia and rising in the US
  • birth defects falling faster in Russia than the US and is now even lower than ours?
  • we literally dying faster and faster and the Russians slower and slower for twenty years now'


Violent, diarrhea-inducing stomach bug spreads in Northeast: 'Incredibly contagious'

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The norovirus, a hypercontagious stomach bug, is sweeping across the Northeast, causing schools to shutter and citizens to suffer from violent diarrhea and other alarming symptoms.

"It is incredibly contagious," Dr. Alfred Sacchetti from Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden, NJ, told ABC News.

"Just one particle of the norovirus that you ingest will get you sick."


COVID Vaccine mRNA Can 'Spread Systemically' to Placenta and Infants of Women Vaccinated During Pregnancy

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A new report demonstrates for the first time the ability of COVID-19 vaccines to penetrate the fetal-placental barrier and reach the intrauterine environment.

A new report suggests vaccine mRNA does not remain at the injection site following vaccination but can "spread systemically" to the placenta and umbilical cord blood of infants whose mothers are vaccinated during pregnancy.

In a peer-reviewed pre-proof accepted for publication in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, researchers presented two cases that demonstrate, for the first time, the ability of COVID-19 vaccines to penetrate the fetal-placental barrier and reach the inside of the uterus. Additionally, researchers detected spike protein in placental tissue, indicating the bioactivity of the mRNA in reaching the placenta.

Researchers vaccinated two pregnant women with mRNA vaccines shortly before delivery to determine whether the mRNA in COVID-19 vaccines reached the placenta or fetus following maternal vaccination.

Comment: One more study, but the list of reports is by now overwhelming, a search and a small selection hardly does justice to the problems, but anyway, here we go:


'Mystery sudden vomiting illness' strikes residents in Stockholm

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Mystery Illness Strikes Stockholm: A Spate of Sudden Sickness
Delve into the unsettling events in Upplands Väsby and Kungsholmen, where residents were struck by a mysterious illness, sparking a city-wide concern. Explore the investigative efforts to unravel the cause of these inexplicable outbreaks.

Imagine stepping out of your apartment, only to be gripped by an inexplicable sickness that leaves you vomiting in the communal stairwell. This nightmare scenario became a reality for residents in Upplands Väsby, north of Stockholm, and again in the Kungsholmen area, sparking a city-wide concern over a mysterious illness. As a seasoned journalist, I delved into these unsettling events, seeking out the facts behind the headlines and the human stories at their heart.

The Initial Outbreak

Comment: Of note, 2 days after this incident: Mysterious 'gas leak' at Sweden's intelligence HQ puts seven people in hospital


People vaccinated for Covid have increased risk of neurological diseases - study

New Vaccine
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A big data study of 99 million people across eight countries showed greater than expected incidence of side effects from various Covid-19 vaccines, the Global Vaccine Data Network (GVDN) said on Monday.

The study, originally published in the medical journal Vaccine on February 12, looked at 13 neurological, blood, and heart-related conditions, called "adverse events of special interest." Researchers looked at 99,068,901 vaccinated individuals from ten sites in eight countries.

"The size of the population in this study increased the possibility of identifying rare potential vaccine safety signals," said Kristyna Faksova, the lead author of the study from the Statens Serum Institut in Copenhagen, Denmark.

According to the GVDN, the study observed a greater incidence of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and pericarditis (inflammation of the heart sac) than expected among those who took the Pfizer/BioNTech (BNT162b2) and Moderna (mRNA-1273) shots.

Moderna's vaccine also had a higher rate of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM, inflammation and swelling in the brain and spinal cord), with seven observed events compared to two expected within 42 days of the first shot.