February 2, 2023

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Worried About Vax-Related Side Effects? Breath Easier One Year Out

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I’m at my 1 calendar year anniversary of getting Pfizer’s COVID-19 vax. I’m beginning to worry much less about adverse outcomes, not that I ever lost much snooze above it. The good thing is, I’m hearing no chatter at my medical center about demanding the boosters. But I really do not hear any of the vax mandators declaring “we have been completely wrong.” A relative of mine is looking for a occupation now and studies that the fantastic majority of posted positions still involve the vax. Unbelievable!

The client is sensible to glance away. If you enjoy the needle go in, it’ll damage extra.

From Steve Kirsch:

Numerous people today assumed the vaccine kills you promptly (in the very first two months) because that’s when men and women notice the association and report it to VAERS [Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System in the U.S.]. This is still accurate it does eliminate some men and women immediately: fifty percent of the deaths reported in VAERS are in the first handful of weeks.

But the essential phrases are “reported in VAERS.” It turns out that if we really don’t have that restriction but are just asking yourself when most of the deaths just after COVID vaccination transpire, the answer is distinctive.

Many thanks to a helper [whistleblower] who functions at HHS [Health and Human Services in the U.S.], we can now plainly see that most of the fatalities from the vaccine are taking place an typical of 5 months from the previous dose. That is for the 2nd dose it may be having shorter the much more pictures you get but there are arguments equally approaches (given that there can be survivor bias). Applying data from the British isles, we can see more obviously that the hold off time is all-around 23 weeks (so a bit much more than 5 months). We’ll dive into that soon.

This delay points out why the existence insurance policies providers got off-the-charts all-trigger mortality peaks for folks less than 60 in Q3 and Q4 [3rd and 4th quarters of 2021] rather than ideal immediately after the shots rolled out. 

The five month hold off is also constant with death stories wherever folks are establishing new aggressive cancers that are killing them more than a 4 to 6 thirty day period period of time. 

The 5 thirty day period death delay was also confirmed employing only European data. That evaluation was posted Aug 11, but I learned about it after I wrote this put up.

So when you hear of a loss of life from stroke, cardiac arrest, heart attack, most cancers, and suicide that is happening around 5 months immediately after vaccination, it could very nicely be a vaccine-associated demise.

Kirsch concludes that:

The Uk data displays statistical proof of causality of deaths (p<.001): the vaccine doses track with the excess deaths 23 weeks later. Dose dependency is key to showing causality. If no one can explain this, the precautionary principle of medicine requires any ethical society to halt the vaccines now.

This graph, which is not publicly available, is from the US Social Security death master file. It compares deaths from 2021 to deaths in 2020. You simply cannot get such a rise in deaths like that unless something very deadly is affecting massive numbers of people. This explains why insurance companies all over the world were seeing massive death spikes in Q3 and Q4 of 2021. The vaccine was simply taking an average of 5 months from the most recent injection to kill people. The peak here is September 9, 2021.

In what is possibly related news, guess what’s the top killer in Alberta, Canada, at this time. “Ill-defined and unknown causes.” I’d expect that out of an undeveloped, third-world country, but not Canada. Are they trying to hide something?

For your consideration, Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion (I haven’t viewed it):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIVZ5ssWB-o

Steve Parker, M.D.

front cover of Conquer Diabetes and Prediabetes

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