Covid Nonsense Helped Raise Awareness Of Big Pharmas Agenda


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COVID Nonsense Helped Raise Awareness of the Vaccine Industry’s Real Agenda

Published On: June 1, 2024Tags: , , ,

By Jennifer Margulis

In 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) listed “vaccine hesitancy” as one of the top ten threats to global health. “The reluctance or refusal to vaccinate despite the availability of vaccines,” this multi-billion-dollar agency explained, “threatens to reverse progress made in tackling vaccine-preventable diseases.” According to the WHO: “Vaccination is one of the most cost-effective ways of avoiding disease—it currently prevents 2-3 million deaths a year, and a further 1.5 million could be avoided if global coverage of vaccinations improved.”

In 2019, a lot of people believed this to be true, shaking their heads in dismay at “those crazy antivaxxers.” Five years later, there’s a shift happening. More people than ever before—especially those in healthcare professions—are starting to do their own research, use their own human brains to think about things that they always took at face value, and change their minds about vaccines. According to a peer-reviewed article published last week in Nature’s Scientific Reports, there has been a “global rise in vaccine hesitancy.”
Beth, a nurse, said, “Yes, the best thing to happen in all this Covid nonsense is that many of us have learned more about the vaccine industry. … I won’t get another.”

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An M.D. colleague of mine, who has been squarely pro-vaccine his entire career, has started to change his mind about vaccines. The reason? He’s spending most of every day in his clinical practice treating mainstream patients who are suffering from severe adverse reactions to the vaccines they’d been so eager to get. After seeing the reactions for himself, he did something he did not used to do as a busy clinician in private practice: he started looking beyond the CDC’s recommendations and reading scientific studies for himself. Several studies he read, and alternative news articles about them, left him with so much cognitive dissonance that he almost decided to quit medicine for good.

Vaccine studies that should give you pause

Three of these peer-reviewed scientific studies about COVID-19 vaccine safety caught his attention:

1) A 2022 study by Italian scientists that showed that 94 percent of vaccinated patients who went to the doctor with subsequent health problems presented with abnormal blood. The three Italian scientists who examined freshly drawn blood of more than a thousand patients noted that though they had no clear explanation for their findings, they were so unusual that they felt the need to alert the medical community.

2) A 2022 study published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology by an international team of researchers that included an MIT senior scientist and one of the world’s foremost and most respected cardiologists, presented evidence that the mRNA vaccines impaired type 1 interferon signaling, which has diverse—and sometimes devastating—consequences to human health, including a “causal link” to neurodegenerative disease, myocarditis, immune thrombocytopenia, and cancer.

3) An extended analysis conducted by a team of nine experts from Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and several other elite universities that found that COVID-19 booster shots for young people actually caused many more serious adverse events for every one (1) theoretical COVID-19 infection-related hospitalization they prevented. Among the team of scientists that published this paper was Dr. Salmaan Keshavjee, M.D., Ph.D., the director of the Harvard Medical School Center for Global Health Delivery. The paper concluded that, given efficacy and safety concerns, mandating COVID-19 vaccines for college students was unethical.

A doctor I know had previously testified in favour of allowing state officials to bar unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children from attending public school, private school, and daycare. The bill he supported, thankfully, was not passed into law. Why would he have supported taking medical freedom and vaccine choice away from parents?

I choose to believe that nearly all doctors have human health and their patients’ well-being at the forefront of their minds. Yes, doctors like the respect they get from being medical doctors. Sure, they love the money and the houses they can buy with it, the vacations they can take, and the elite colleges they can afford to send their children to. But most doctors also, care deeply about the people who come to them for help.

This doctor once believed that by protesting against allowing unvaccinated and partially vaccinated children to attend school, he was helping make America a healthier, happier place. In his mind—programmed by four years of medical training, a residency, continuing education courses, most, if not all, of his colleagues, the billboards he passed on the highway on his commute to the office every day, the advertising he saw on TV, and the news channels he tuned into several times a day—vaccines were synonymous with health. And the more vaccinated a child, the healthier. You don’t know what you don’t know.

He didn’t know that, due to federal law, vaccine manufacturers in America are not liable for vaccine-related adverse events caused by the products they manufacture. And he admitted, in a confessional tone of voice, that before COVID he probably wouldn’t have cared anyway. He didn’t believe in vaccine adverse events, had never filed a VAERS report, and had always dismissed patients’ concerns that the problem their child experienced right after being vaccinated as an “unfortunate coincidence.” In his mind, bad vaccine reactions simply didn’t exist. He’d never bothered to peruse a single peer-reviewed article about vaccine safety, read a vaccine critical book, or attend a holistic health conference.

Why would he?

Reading a book about safety, efficacy, and necessity issues related to vaccines would have been like reading a book about the safety of broccoli or the efficacy of drinking water to hydrate the body.

But now, this doctor has changed his mind. He’s caring for hundreds of patients trying to heal from adverse reactions to the COVID vaccines. He’s been in practice for over twenty years, and is currently seeing conditions he has never seen before—turbo cancersheart problemsneurological problemsblood clots, and immune dysfunction. Most of these patients have had both COVID infections and at least two—sometimes as many as five or six—COVID vaccines. It’s hard to pinpoint the exact cause of these problems and the mechanisms by which they are happening. Could it be due to the COVID infections? The vaccines? The boosters? The conventional treatments, including Paxlovid? Or some combination of all of these?

Though this doctor does not know the answers, he has now filed over a dozen VAERS reports to alert the CDC. To date, no one at the CDC has responded to any of his reports. He has over a thousand families in his practice. He employs another medical doctor, a nurse practitioner, and front-end staff. For the past three plus years, he’s chosen to work quietly from behind the scenes, trying to gently educate his mainstream allopathic-minded patients about his new vaccine safety concerns without alienating them.

While the world needs more medical doctors to speak publicly about the vaccine safety concerns and the adverse events they’re seeing firsthand, this doctor is afraid to come out of the closet. He accepts insurance, has a diverse patient population, and doesn’t want to lose his license. He’s also trying very hard to avoid being witch-hunted, as so many COVID critical doctors, including my co-author, Dr. Paul Thomas, M.D., my colleague, Dr. Steven LaTulippe, M.D., and my friend and colleague Dr. Meryl Nass, M.D., already have.

So what is the vaccine industry’s real agenda?

Medicine is big business. These mRNA vaccines have proven their worth as money makers, allowing pharmaceutical executives to buy luxury real estate and put their newly-minted billions into off-shore bank accounts. The more people who get vaccinated, the more money everyone in the industry makes. There’s nothing wrong with making money. But becoming rich at the expense of our children’s health and continuing to promote a toxic, so-called preventative measure, despite clear evidence that the harms outweigh the benefits, is antithetical to the practice of medicine.

Still, as Beth, the nurse, so eloquently pointed out, the good news about this COVID nonsense is that more Americans than ever before are becoming aware of medical malfeasance.

We may be on the cusp of a collective shift: a new national awareness about the importance of avoiding toxins, individualizing medicine, and thinking for ourselves.

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