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Seven articles in top journals showing covid vaccine harms that slipped under the censorship radar

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The COVID-19 vaccine pile-on in leading scientific journals continues apace. Public Health in Practice, published by Elsevier (which also publishes the Lancet), has released a short article by me, summarising seven must-read medical journal articles on the COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials, and a few massively important observational studies. Below is a summary of the contents and how this came about.
  • First up, a summary of the Doshi-Lataster papers or JECP4 (article one, article two, article three, article four), which regular readers will know all about, and which was recently presented on for the U.S. Senate (videos here). These primarily deal with the dodgy counting windows found in the clinical trials and also in observational studies which serve to drastically exaggerate the effectiveness and safety of the COVID-19 vaccines. They also touch on the hugely concerning issue of negative effectiveness (where the jab appears to increase the chance of Covid infection and death) and the little-known fact that the post-jab myocarditis rate is much more common than the rate at which young and healthy people get a significant benefit from the jabs - yes, just the one side-effect appears to make the risks outweigh the benefits, and by a lot. Couldn't imagine why this didn't make the mainstream news. Maybe it's because of the dense web of financial connections between those who own Big Pharma and the mainstream news outlets.

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And the Cancer keeps rolling in

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Kate Middleton has cancer. The King of England has cancer. Every day we hear of more and more people diagnosed with cancer — many of them quite young. And not a single report we hear, unless coming from alt media, will suggest that the Covid vaccines are a possible cause.

There is no guarantee that any particular case is definitely attributed to the jabs. But considering the radical upswing of cases recently, you would think more people would be scratching their heads and connecting the dots. The rise in cancer cases pretty clearly correlates with the release of the vaccine.

That alone should get most thinking folks questioning. But they aren't, and they won't.

It is much easier to blame the usual suspects — pollution, bad water, unhealthy food, toxins in general, messy lifestyles, no exercise, and now, of course, climate change. Not only is the Covid vaccine not a suspect, but no vaccine is. In fact, no FDA-approved medication is. Big Pharma can once again hold the bloody dagger behind their back with a big grin on their face, "What, me worry?" Nope, you've played the game well Mr. Big Pharma, you've got us all (or most) under your spell. No matter how obvious your implication may be, you are off the hook.

If you believe in data from mainstream sources, they tell you that in 2019, one in ten deaths worldwide was caused by cancer. Over 10 million people in that year succumbed to the dreaded "C" word. I would be curious to know what the number was in 2023, the official figures for 2022 were not much different from 2019, which indicates to me that none of these statistics can really be trusted. Most mainstream reports are not reluctant to say cancer diagnoses are on the rise, but they say that every year, and of course the incentive is to frighten people into early diagnosis and early treatment, thus filling the coffers with even more gold coins.

Oooo, did that hit a nerve? As with most confusing things these days, this is confusing. There is no doubt in my mind that some cancers, at some stages, can be successfully treated through conventional methods. How they treat these cases in the conventional world may not be as safe as how they treat them in the alternative world, but nonetheless, there have been successful treatments using conventional methods.

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'I was paralysed after getting the jab... but the payout won't cover the cost of my disability': AstraZeneca victim lashes out at Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme

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Mrs Bowie, pictured with Nathan 22 and Michael 19 on their last holiday before she had the vaccine
Like tens of thousands of Brits, Clare Bowie's life was turned upside down during the Covid pandemic.

But the 56-year-old from Dumbarton near Glasgow wasn't left struggling for her life from the virus.

Instead, she was paralysed from the chest down after getting the AstraZeneca Covid vaccination in April 2021.

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Professor Peter C. Gøtzsche: Healthcare is much more corrupt than people think

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© docteurdu16.blogspot.comProfessor Peter C. Gøtzsche
Anyone who has taken an interest in the dark side of the profit-driven pharmaceutical industry is most probably familiar with the name of Danish professor emeritus of medicine Peter Christian Gøtzsche. Gøtzsche can be regarded as one of the greatest figures of evidence-based medicine of our time. There are probably not many people in the world who know and understand the pharmaceutical industry, clinical trials, the regulatory oversight of medicines, and the whole system surrounding the field better than Gøtzsche. He holds master's degrees in chemistry and biology. He started his career at the Astra Group and continued in Astra-Syntex, a joint venture between the Swedish pharmaceutical company Astra and the US pharmaceutical company Syntex.

Astra is the same company that later merged with the British Zeneca group in 1999, so the first half of the Astra-Zeneca name is its direct descendant. At Astra-Syntex, Gøtzsche established a medical department responsible for conducting clinical trials and submitting applications for the registration of new medicines.

Gøtzsche comments in an email interview with Freedom Research:
"My employment in the drug industry when I had been educated as a biologist and knew very little about drugs, opened my eyes quickly to all the fraud I observed in clinical research and marketing. Healthcare is much more corrupt than people think, and industry money goes everywhere, to politicians, medical journals, newspapers, other media, etc."

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'Flesh-eating' streptococcal disease cases skyrocket in Japan in just 1 year, surge followed covid vaccine rollout

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The potentially deadly streptococcal toxic shock syndrome is spreading at a record pace this year, NHK has reported
Cases of streptococcal toxic shock syndrome (STSS), a condition caused by a potentially deadly "flesh-eating" disease, are spreading at a record pace in Japan, public broadcaster NHK reported on Wednesday.

Japan's National Institute of Infectious Diseases has recorded about 801 cases of STSS this year, as of May 5. The figure is nearly three times higher than the infections recorded in the same period last year. In the first three months of this year alone Japan reported over 500 cases of STSS, data showed.

The syndrome, which has a fatality rate of up to 30%, happens when the infection spreads throughout the body. The bacterium has been dubbed 'flesh-eating' for causing necrosis of limbs and multiple organ failures, experts say. The symptoms caused by STSS include sore throat, fever, diarrhea, vomiting, and lethargy. Clinicians warn that infections can occur via open wounds.

Comment: They've risen since the lockdowns were eased, which was around the same time the Covid injections were rolled out...

Notably, Japan is one of the countries that has also reported a surge in cancer diagnoses in recent years. And one of Japan's most senior oncologists has tied this, and a variety of other illnesses, to the roll out of the experimental covid injections.

Could it be that this is yet another harm associated with them? It certainly seems to correspond with the damage the injections have been causing:


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First recorded case of cow to human bird flu transmission occurred in US, new study reveals

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It's now official: the highly pathogenic bird flu A(H5N1) that's been spreading across the globe since 2020 has now been passed from a cow to a dairy farmer in the US, the first confirmed cow-to-human transmission of this virus on record.

The good news is the case was caught quickly - and the virus manifested as inflammation in the eye, rather than any type of upper respiratory infection. So the chances of it having been passed on to anyone else, if human-to-human transmission is even yet possible, are lower.

What's more, after nervously watching it spread through poultry and wild animals, we've now got some solid data on how the bird flu presents in humans, which should help experts in assessing the threat to public health - and in identifying more cases if and when they appear.

Comment: It seems that this current 'outbreak' and transmission could have been avoided through basic animal welfare and hygiene practices. Moreover, with the US (and UK) knowingly polluting their water table, ill health and outbreaks seems to be a rather predictable consequence: Tyson Foods dumps 87 BILLION gallons of toxic waste, including cyanide, blood and feces into US rivers and lakes in just 4 years

That said, one must also bear in mind that the US has also been involved in a legion of sinister biowarfare experiments, that includes everything from smallpox to birdflu, for decades now. And, as the WEF and its partners have announced, they're expecting a 'disease-X' scenario any day now:


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Tide turning? Research on COVID vaccine injuries, once a taboo subject, now appearing in some medical journals

A healthcare worker prepares a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
© Thomas Lohnes/Getty ImagesA healthcare worker prepares a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
When COVID-19 took the world by storm in early 2020, I mostly relied on reading Nature Medicine, The Lancet, and a few other medical journals to learn the latest on this new disease.

In March 2020, I read an article published in Nature Medicine titled "The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2" with great interest. Written by California-based Scripps Institute's Kristian Andersen and four other well-known professors, it said SARS-CoV-2 binds to human cells much better than any computer programs predicted, and concluded that "SARS-CoV-2 is not the product of purposeful manipulation."

Having been a scientist with the world's largest vaccine company for more than 10 years, I took issue with this claim.

In a May 2022 commentary titled "Pandemic Lessons Learned Scientific Debate Silenced, With Deadly Consequences:" I wrote:
"If SARS-CoV-2 infects people better than your computer predicts, then the only conclusion you can draw is that your computer sucks. How did these world-renowned scientists get the basic logic so wrong? And how did the prestigious publication Nature Medicine not catch that? Did anyone even read the paper before publishing it, not to mention peer review it?"

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This is what happened after several schools banned cellphones

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Researchers of a 73-page paper followed data from recent decades, mainly focusing on 2010 to 2018.

Banning cellphones in schools improved academics, reduced bullying, and reduced students' need for counseling, a 73-page Norwegian paper found.

Girls benefited the most from the policies.

"Banning smartphones significantly decreases the health care take-up for psychological symptoms and diseases among girls," Sara Sofie Abrahamsson, a postdoctoral researcher and the paper's sole author, wrote in the abstract. "Post-ban bullying among both genders decreases."

Comment: There seems little doubt that smart phones have a net negative effect on children, not the least of which is their potential for distraction. It's perfectly reasonable to ban them during school hours. And the idea that children need to be able to be in touch with their parents 24 hours per day should really be questioned. In the old days (i.e. not even 20 years ago), kids would tell their parents what happened in school when they got home.

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Coffee is anti-aging, linked to prevention of dementia and sarcopenia: study

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As we age, muscle mass gradually declines, and with it, sometimes cognitive function. But recent research suggests drinking coffee may help.

Enjoying a cup of joe can offer more than just a pick-me-up: It has been shown to have numerous health benefits, especially for older people. Research has found that the natural molecule in coffee, trigonelline, can help improve sarcopenia (age-related muscle loss) and maintain muscle function during aging.

Muscle mass and function gradually decline as we age, potentially leading to sarcopenia. This can hinder mobility and even result in dependence and disability. The hallmarks of sarcopenia include a decline in nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) levels and mitochondrial dysfunction.

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I'm an Herbalist, and This Is My Secret Herb for Pain-Free Aging

This under-the-radar herb helps keep bones and joints flexible
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© Public DomainVintage illustrations of Solomon's seal: its stems and flowers, berries, and rhizome
As we age — and I'm talking from experience — we have to take special care of ourselves. We often need to change our diet. Exercise is oh so important. We also need to avoid accidents. As one of my friends said when he turned 60, "No more using chainsaws and no more climbing in trees, and especially, no more climbing in trees with chainsaws."

Even small injuries can be devastating because we don't recover as quickly, but also because — and I have seen this too many times — loss of mobility leads to inability to exercise, and that can rapidly age a person. We also don't want to be in pain. Worst of all, we don't want to rely on the chronic use of painkillers.

As we age, we tend to "dry up, burn up, or melt," as a friend said. Our connective tissues — bones, tendons, ligaments, joints, skin, and hair — are especially prone to drying up, so we have to keep them moistened and nourished (since food is broken down and travels as fluid through the body).