One case doesn’t make a pattern, but …

But it deserves being aware

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One case doesn’t make a pattern, but …

But it deserves being aware
Penelope

One of the feared consequences of the covid vaccination is autoimmune disease. Among those citing this possibility is Dr. Yeadon, previously scientific advisor Pfizer, and Professor Wodarg, former chair of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assy on Health.

“Heidi Neckelmann says obstetrician Gregory Michael, 56 – her ‘best friend’ and partner of 28 years – was active, healthy and had no pre-existing conditions before getting the jab on December 18.

“However he died from a stroke Sunday morning after suddenly developing a rare autoimmune illness that causes the body to destroy its own platelets, the tiny fragments that help blood to clot.

“Dad-of-one Gregory suffered no immediate reaction to the injection but three days later he was taking a shower and noticed petechiae – spots of red that indicate bleeding beneath the skin – on his feet and hands.

“In people with ITP, also known as severe thrombocytopenia, the immune system mistakes platelets for foreign objects and instructs the spleen to destroy them.”
–msn.com

The disease is triggered in the aftermath of other conditions. He had none of them. One case doesn’t make a pattern. We’ll have to wait and see if there are more.


10 thoughts on “One case doesn’t make a pattern, but …”

  1. One case? Yeah, sure. One case the press “allowed” us to know about. How many others? We’ll never know in this age of the media giants censoring.

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  2. We could wait for ever. Do you think in your wildest dreams that news of a massive surge in toxic reactions to the vaccine would be allowed to enter the public domain? Not only unlikely, but soon would be illegal.

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  3. There will be more, but it will be less than 1% of people vaccinated.

    Thing is, far less than 1% of people infected with SARS CoV2 develop Covid19….

    So if you are one of the healthy ones, you in effect double your risk of serious illness/death by being vaccinated.

    Ain’t life grand?

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  4. One tiny bit more: In extremely rare cases, the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine(the MMR) has been linked to thrombocytopenia (lack of platelets) in children, according to a 2003 study.

    The condition can also be caused by cancer, anemia, heavy drinking, viruses, some genetic conditions, toxic chemicals and medications such as diuretics and the rarely used antibiotic chloramphenicol.

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  5. Like absolutely everything in life you have to weigh up the risks. Is the risk of jumping a red light at rush hour worth it, probably not. Is the risk of picking up an annoyed rattler worth it, unless you’re an expert probably not.

    Is the risk of an immune reaction to vaccination greater than dieing from it or having long term after effects, you have to consider the odds and make up your own mind.

    I have known people who lost a sibling to childhood diseases now virtually unknown, worked with people handicapped by polio, Measles and other now preventable infectious diseases. I also knew two people taken by Flu.
    So I’ll risk vaccination

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    • CDC says flu vaccine only 40-60% to prevent flu. Covid vax makers say it DOES NOT PREVENT covid, only lessens symptoms.

      I know a lady who gets the flu every year from the shot, but insists on getting it anyway cuz it’s free.
      I met a bus driver last week who says he is still ill from his flu shot 5 days after he got it.
      I knew a lady who went into a coma within a couple hours of getting her flu shot, and woke up w Guillain-Barre disease.

      PS One study published in the journal Neurology evaluated data from VAERS to look at the rate of occurrence of meningitis after vaccines were administered to individuals from infancy to 74.7 years. Reports were pulled from 1990 to 2010 looking at the onset of meningitis within six weeks after an individual was vaccinated.

      They found 722 cases. Of these, 415 (57.5%) occurred in the first six weeks and 327 (45.2%) occurred within the first two weeks. In the group, 76% of the individuals were hospitalized and 6.9% were disabled after the infection cleared. Meningitis was reported after several types of vaccinations. These included:

      Hemophilus influenza B
      314 cases (42%)
      Hepatitis B
      115 (15.9%)
      Oral polio
      114 (15%)
      Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis
      104 (14.4%)
      Diphtheria, tetanus toxoids, and acellular Pertussis
      89 (12.3%)
      Heptavalent pneumococcal protein conjugate (PNC)
      88 (12.1%)
      Measles, mumps and rubella
      84 (11.6%)
      Inactivated poliovirus
      67 (9.2%)
      The team of researchers concluded: “The unbalanced distribution of reports of meningitis in the first six weeks after vaccination is suggestive of the possibility that some cases may be triggered by vaccination.”2

      Yet meningitis is not the only adverse effect associated with vaccinations. Using the same database, another team found 54 reports of individuals who reportedly contracted Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) after vaccinations in 2004. Of these, 38 happened within the first six weeks.

      VAERS = Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS),1 a federally operated program created under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986.

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  6. I see from https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9034115/Allergy-risk-Pfizer-jab-TWO-patients-fall-ill-V-Day-rollout.html
    Calls for calm over Pfizer vaccine roll-out after two NHS staff suffer ‘anaphylactoid reaction’: Scientists urge public not to panic after regulators warn people with history of ‘significant’ allergies NOT to have jab …

    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/volunteer-trial-oxford-uni-vaccine-22885080
    The volunteer who died in a clinical trial of the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine trial has died – but there have been ‘no safety concerns’ found with the drug. Named as Dr João Pedro Feitosa. The 28-year-old medic, pictured in local media, was taking part in the University of Oxford’s coronavirus vaccine trial …

    https://www.reuters.com/article/health-coronavirus-britain-vaccine-idUSKBN28J1DK
    LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s medicine regulator said anyone with a history of anaphylaxis to a medicine or food should not get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, giving fuller guidance on an earlier allergy warning about the shot.

    Other noted side effects from the vaccine has been a nerve condition causing a droopy face called Bell’s Palsy … see https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-9030943/Four-volunteers-got-Pfizers-vaccine-developed-Bells-palsy.html

    Also of note is that the UK government has granted pharmaceutical giant Pfizer a legal indemnity protecting it from being sued, enabling its coronavirus vaccine to be rolled out across the country (see https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/coronavirus-pfizer-vaccine-legal-indemnity-safety-ministers-b1765124.html ). So in the UK this vaccine may make you sick (or worse) but you as an individual cannot take any legal action against the NHS or the vaccine makers or suppliers.

    Next guinea pig for vaccination …

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    • Notes from From https://www.reuters.com/article/us-gsk-consumer-health-m-a-idUSKCN1TK2H1
      GSK kicks off sale of $1.2 billion consumer health drugs: sources

      GSK is streamlining its product offering as it prepares to fold its consumer business into a joint venture with Pfizer in the second half of this year, creating a market leader that will primarily look to the United States and China for growth.
      The FTSE 100 drugs maker said that within three years of closing the Pfizer deal it wanted to demerge and float the consumer health business.
      If successful, GSK will split into two distinct businesses: one focused on consumer, the other on pharmaceuticals and vaccines.

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  7. When it comes to it, I will only have the Oxford vaccine as it is a normal one just like the flu jab I had a few weeks back.

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