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2 minutes ago, Skidfingers McGonical said:

Well, it did make think of all furore over the Barrington declaration. Very much the same thing. 
 

 

‘Furore’ is one way of objecting to a policy that would have killed millions. 

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https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/19843315.covid-scotland-case-rates-lowest-unvaccinated-double-jabbed-elderly-drive-rise-hospital-admissions/

 

Covid Scotland: Case rates lowest in unvaccinated as double-jabbed elderly drive rise in hospital admissions

 

DOUBLE-JABBED Scots are now more likely to be admitted to hospital with Covid than the unvaccinated amid an increase in elderly people falling ill due to waning immunity.

 

It comes amid "weird" data showing that case rates have been lower in unvaccinated individuals than the single, double, or even triple-jabbed since Omicron became the dominant variant in Scotland.

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https://hatchardreport.com/relationship-between-covid-19-vaccination-and-all-cause-mortality/

 

 

December 17, 2021

Relationship Between Covid-19 Vaccination and All Cause Mortality

This release presents the association between weekly vaccination totals and all cause mortality for the 60+ age cohort.

 

This has only been possible because of our unique situation in NZ. Protected at our borders, we have a very low incidence of Covid and therefore the short-term impact of vaccination on health can be reviewed in isolation from the confounding factors of Covid infections and deaths.

 

This has been a painful release to write because it involves personal tragedies affecting families and loved ones.  Some of whom are not actually aware of the causes of their loss or in other cases have been misled through preventable mistakes of government and civil servants.

 

For some time it has been clear that the rate of adverse effects proximate to mRNA Covid vaccination is unprecedented throughout NZ vaccination history.

 

Adverse effects reported to CARM are running at 30 times that of flu vaccines. It is also apparent that many of the adverse effects are very serious indeed.  Medsafe has continued to maintain that they are unable to determine which effects and deaths are related to vaccination.

 

I have previously written about indications pointing to a causal relationship between a wide range of adverse effects and vaccination.  Effects range from those already admitted such as myocarditis to others recognised in a leaked Pfizer document dated April 30th 2021 including

  • respiratory illness
  • internal bleeding
  • kidney and liver disease
  • neurological disease
  • thrombotic events including stroke
  • immune suppression
  • and many more

Without mandatory reporting, the identification of related adverse effects will remain incomplete.

 

There is an obvious need to investigate vaccine safety here in NZ because overseas trials are as yet incomplete—the long term effects of mRNA vaccines are unknown and the short term effects are incompletely assessed.

 

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The Data Released Under OIA

Grant Dixon obtained figures from Medsafe through an OIA request graphed here:

 

The temporal association between all cause deaths and vaccination for the 60+ age cohort during the roll out of the mRNA vaccine in NZ between the beginning of March 2021 to the end of October 2021 is graphically rather obvious even to a lay person.

 

As weekly vaccination numbers rise to a peak, deaths peak.

 

As vaccination numbers begin to fall, deaths also fall.

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On 08/01/2022 at 23:55, Nelly-Fauci said:

Should there come a point when people like this man are just cut loose and left to their own devices to free up a bed for a more appreciative patient? 

 

He's too far gone to realise that people trying to save his life or help improve his short term health issue aren't actually part of some nefarious secret plot. 

 

 

 

 

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Dead, apparently. 
 

Not entirely unexpected. People have blood on their hands. 

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