Coronavirus vaccine thread

Feyoder

Kingfisher

LeoniusD

Pelican
10 YEARS?!?!??!!
Nah - it will be forever- that is at least for the peasants:


Did they stop with the childhood vaccinations 'after eliminating' the underlying diseases? They only stopped vaxxing for smallpox as the vaxx was killing too many people.

5,10,15 years - vaccinating the population. And as some doctors have said - they suddenly don't care about the old people. They are firmly set at vaccinating children - they want the young ones.

This will continue even with a world population of 500 mio., because the peasants dying off faster is wonderful for them - why should they live much beyond 50? The peasant class serves them better when being young.

And here another 16 year old - coincidental death a few days post vaccination:

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The UK as the most vaxxed country in Europe is now entering already the next lockdown phase. They need to keep on fear and the lockdowns, because they need the yearly vaxx implemented for all peasants - most importantly for the children and the young, because the vaxx has to hit them first. They couldn't care less about grandma getting the vaccine.
 

Grow Bag

Pelican

And booster jabs needed for the next 10-years according to 'expert'

“PLEASE warn every person not to go near top up vaccines. There is absolutely no need for them. As there’s no need for them, yet they’re being made in pharma, and regulators have stood aside (no safety testing), I can only deduce they will be used for nefarious purposes.

“For example, if someone wished to harm or kill a significant proportion of the worlds population over the next few years, the systems being put in place right now will enable it.

“It’s my considered view that it is entirely possible that this will be used for massive-scale depopulation.”


Ex Pfizer Dr Mike Yeadon
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
Voxday :

A young athlete is vaxxed out

While I understand that most people only pay attention to the mainstream news, and not much attention at that, there is no reason to have any sympathy for those who experience the adverse effects of the experimental RNA modifications being pushed upon them:

Greyson Follmer, an Ohio State University (OSU) student, was an elite athlete and member of the university’s chapter of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC). But, according to his mother, the 19-year-old from Ohio is looking at a very different future now, after he developed severe heart complications following his second dose of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine.
In an exclusive interview with The Defender, Marie Follmer said nobody warned her about the potential for increased risks of COVID vaccine-related adverse events for people like her son, who already had COVID and had acquired natural immunity.
Greyson has played sports since he was 4 years old. He was an athlete who played in the state soccer championship in high school and then went on to OSU and started college during the COVID pandemic. He also joined ROTC his freshman year and was very active — running several miles every day with heavy packs on his back.
Greyson was perfectly healthy and had no underlying conditions except for asthma — which didn’t affect his athletic abilities — and food allergies.
Like most students early on in the year, Greyson and his friends got COVID. Though most had no symptoms, Greyson experienced mild flu symptoms — though they were nothing like his post-vaccine symptoms, Follmer explained.
The university required students who had COVID to quarantine. It also required them to get a heart MRI before they could return to school. Follmer thought that was strange, but she made sure her son got one.
When the cardiac MRI came back it showed Greyson’s heart was enlarged with slight inflammation. The cardiologist thought it could be related to being an elite athlete, and signed a release for Greyson to return to school.
“He wasn’t 100%, but he was recovering. He was able to go skiing, return to ROTC and went on spring break,” Follmer said.
Follmer and her husband got vaccinated first with Moderna. When a friend of Follmer secured appointments for the kids to be vaccinated, she drove to OSU, picked up Greyson and told him he was going to get vaccinated.
Greyson received his first dose of Pfizer on April 16, and a second dose on May 7. After the first dose Greyson experienced minor symptoms, but his mother didn’t connect them to the COVID vaccine.
It was after his second dose that things really changed, Follmer said. Greyson experienced significant symptoms shortly after his second dose. Three times he was taken to Nationwide Children’s Emergency Hospital.
“My son feels like he’s having a heart attack 24/7,” Follmer said. “He now has high blood pressure, severe chest pains, back pain, elevated kidney levels, hypothyroidism, inflamed lymph nodes in different areas of his body, and he can’t work or exercise.”
Follmer said Greyson feels like he’s dying and has to sleep all the time. He likely won’t be able to go back to ROTC and doesn’t know if he will be able to return to school in August.
The mother claims no one told her about the potential of risks related to her son already having had COVID, but that is almost certainly misleading. Every single person I've tried to warn about the not-vaxxes and who subsequently ignored those warnings was, at the very least heart, already aware that there were potential adverse effects, but they felt those risks were worth taking.
The reality is that the average person want to feel protected and they are ignoring the ancient medical principle: "First Do No Harm". Which is why so many readers here are finally beginning to understand that the MP in MPAI genuinely means "most people". From SG:

Its amazing how fast I lose the argument on the not-vax, I’m giving up again and will now just enjoy the time I have left with the sheep until whatever is going to happen happens.
One thing I have observed is that pretty much all the contrarians I know who read alternative news of one sort or another have refused to take the vaxx and cannot be pressured into do so, while everyone else is hell-bent on taking it as soon as possible. So, I don't worry about it. I've made my opinion known whenever asked - that it is reprehensibly stupid and indicative of both a Darwinian lack of fitness and a complete inability to calculate risk/reward ratios - but otherwise I don't talk about it anymore with anyone.
Remember, Man is not a rational creature, he is a rationalizing one.



Hell.
I don't think even the Inquisition was this rampant with ravaging it's followers...
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member

Below is the source to the above mentioned Vox's post. Kid started playing sports since 4 years old. The mother said her two other kids won't get vaccinated after they saw what happened to their brother.

Athlete Who Recovered From COVID Facing ‘Very Different Future’ After Second Dose of Pfizer Vaccine Triggers Myocarditis​

Greyson Follmer, an Ohio State University (OSU) student, was an elite athlete and member of the university’s chapter of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC).

But, according to his mother, the 19-year-old from Ohio is looking at a very different future now, after he developed severe heart complications following his second dose of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine.

In an exclusive interview with The Defender, Marie Follmer said nobody warned her about the potential for increased risks of COVID vaccine-related adverse events for people like her son, who already had COVID and had acquired natural immunity.

Greyson has played sports since he was 4 years old. He was an athlete who played in the state soccer championship in high school and then went on to OSU and started college during the COVID pandemic. He also joined ROTC his freshman year and was very active — running several miles every day with heavy packs on his back.

Greyson was perfectly healthy and had no underlying conditions except for asthma — which didn’t affect his athletic abilities — and food allergies.

Like most students early on in the year, Greyson and his friends got COVID. Though most had no symptoms, Greyson experienced mild flu symptoms — though they were nothing like his post-vaccine symptoms, Follmer explained.

The university required students who had COVID to quarantine. It also required them to get a heart MRI before they could return to school. Follmer thought that was strange, but she made sure her son got one.

When the cardiac MRI came back it showed Greyson’s heart was enlarged with slight inflammation. The cardiologist thought it could be related to being an elite athlete, and signed a release for Greyson to return to school.

“He wasn’t 100%, but he was recovering. He was able to go skiing, return to ROTC and went on spring break,” Follmer said.

Follmer and her husband got vaccinated first with Moderna. When a friend of Follmer secured appointments for the kids to be vaccinated, she drove to OSU, picked up Greyson and told him he was going to get vaccinated.

Greyson received his first dose of Pfizer on April 16, and a second dose on May 7. After the first dose Greyson experienced minor symptoms, but his mother didn’t connect them to the COVID vaccine.

It was after his second dose that things really changed, Follmer said. Greyson experienced significant symptoms shortly after his second dose. Three times he was taken to Nationwide Children’s Emergency Hospital.

“My son feels like he’s having a heart attack 24/7,” Follmer said. “He now has high blood pressure, severe chest pains, back pain, elevated kidney levels, hypothyroidism, inflamed lymph nodes in different areas of his body, and he can’t work or exercise.”

Follmer said Greyson feels like he’s dying and has to sleep all the time. He likely won’t be able to go back to ROTC and doesn’t know if he will be able to return to school in August. Greyson experienced broken feet from soccer and said nothing compares to the chest pain he feels now.

“A perfectly healthy kid has gone downhill,” his mom said.

Doctors initially attributed the heart problems Greyson experienced in May, after the vaccine, to the COVID he had in September 2020. Believing he was a “long-hauler,” they referred her son to the Ohio COVID Clinic.

According to the Harvard Gazette, “COVID long-haulers” is a term used to describe those who continue to feel symptoms of COVID long after the expected recovery time. Patients tend to be younger, and in some cases, initially experienced only mild symptoms.

On June 15, Greyson was taken by emergency medicine services to Ohio Health. Follmer said she knew her son’s symptoms were connected to the Pfizer vaccine, but nobody knew how to help him.

Greyson has seen numerous doctors and specialists. His family has spent more than $12,000 in one month. Lab work is covered by insurance but his other treatments are not. Greyson is doing stem cell treatments, taking Ivermectin and numerous supplements to support his condition.

Doctors project it will take him two years to fully recover, though there’s no research or information on how to treat myocarditis brought on by a COVID vaccine.

In the meantime, Greyson can’t mow the grass, work or go to school. He walks around holding his chest and is in counseling to cope with the effects this has had on his life, his mother said.

Follmer said she’s not an anti-vaccine person, especially because she has a young daughter who could get sick. None of her children had ever had reactions to vaccines.

Follmer’s 11-year-old daughter is immunocompromised. Even though all of her children had been exposed to COVID, she thought she was protecting her daughter by having her son vaccinated.

Follmer explained:

“I think what’s frustrating to me right now is that nobody told me that if you have an enlarged heart or heart inflammation, don’t get the shot. Not one person ever told us this. I never would have thought in a million years my kid would get sick.

“I was ready to give my daughter the vaccine — she is going to be 12 in August and has one lung and a reconstructive airway. There is no way on this planet I would give her the vaccine now. Greyson’s twin brother will also not be getting the vaccine after seeing what his brother has gone through.”

Follmer said no one told her about reporting her son’s adverse reaction to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS). “If I hadn’t put it on Facebook and someone hadn’t told me to put it in VAERS, I would have never known to do it.”

Follmer said she has since reported her son’s adverse reaction to VAERS (ID1395886), but no one has followed up on her son’s case nor has the report been added to the system. She also tried calling the CDC to see if someone there could help them.


“I just want him better. That’s the bottom line,” Follmer said. I just want everyone to know — don’t be naive like I was and think that this can’t happen to your kids.”

Cardiothoracic surgeon warns against vaccinating people who’ve already had COVID

Dr. Hooman Noorchashm, a surgeon, immunologist and patient safety advocate, wrote several letters to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shortly after the agency granted Pfizer and Moderna Emergency Use Authorization for their COVID vaccines.

In his letters, Noorchashm urged the FDA to require pre-screening for SARS-CoV-2 viral proteins in order to reduce COVID vaccine injuries and deaths.

Noorchashm also called on Pfizer and Modern to institute “clear recommendations to clinicians that they delay immunization in anyone recently recovering from COVID, as well as any known symptomatic or asymptomatic carriers — and to actively screen as many patients with high cardiovascular risk as is reasonably possible, in order to detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2, prior to vaccinating them.”

According to Noorchashm, it is scientifically established that once a person is naturally infected by a virus, antigens from that virus persist in the body for a long time after viral replication has stopped and clinical signs of infection have resolved.

When a vaccine reactivates an immune response in a recently infected person, the tissues harboring the persisting viral antigen are targeted, inflamed and damaged by the immune response.

“In the case of SARS-CoV-2, we know the virus naturally infects the heart, the inner lining of blood vessels, the lungs and the brain,” explained Noorchashm. “So these are likely to be some of the critical organs that will contain persistent viral antigens in the recently infected. Following reactivation of the immune system by a vaccine, these tissues can be expected to be targeted and damaged.”

In an interview with The Defender, Noorchashm said Greyson’s case reminded him of Everest Romney — the all-American basketball player who was hospitalized after his second dose of Pfizer for blood clots in his brain.


According to Noorchasm, both Romney and Greyson had acquired natural immunity because they’d been infected with COVID, and they likely did not stand to gain any benefit from a COVID vaccine.

Noorchashm explained:

“It’s a colossal error to vaccinate people who have had prior infections, and this is totally avoidable harm we are causing. Why are we rushing to vaccinate people who we know are immune and don’t stand to gain any benefit? If I do anything medically unnecessary to someone as a doctor, I’m opening them up to potential harm. If you’ve had a recent infection and you have viral antigens in your tissues, you can literally and immunologically cause tissue damage.”

Medical necessity is on the ground floor of everything doctors do in regards to safety, Noorchasm said. “If you want to be a safe hospital, doctor, practitioner or health agency you would not do anything that’s not necessary to people or fundamentally not beneficial. There’s only a probability of harm if there’s no medical necessity,” he said.

When asked specifically about myocarditis, Noorchashm said this is the original prediction and prognostication he made to the FDA.

Noorchashm said:

“We know that natural SARS CoV-2 virus can affect the heart. It can cause blood clots that can lead to heart attacks and strokes and myocarditis. The virus can trigger an immune response or inflammation to the heart. Anywhere the virus goes the immune system will target that tissue and cause problems. If you’ve had a prior infection and you have antigens in the tissues where the virus goes, like the heart, and you activate the immune response [with a vaccine], you’re going to activate damage.”

Noorchashm, who is pro-vaccine, said shots need to be spread out for people who are not immune and want to be vaccinated, and the FDA and CDC should think carefully about limiting the shot to one dose, especially in young people, or increasing the duration between first and second doses.

In his letter to the FDA, Noorchashm recommended actively screening as many patients with high cardiovascular risk as is reasonably possible, in order to detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2, prior to vaccinating them.

“If someone has a known history of COVID, there should not be any rush to get them vaccinated,” Noorchashm said. “That should be our national policy. If you’ve either had COVID, or you have laboratory evidence of immunity, you shouldn’t rush into getting vaccinated.”
 
https://news.sky.com/story/changes-...d-be-coincidental-gynaecologists-say-12338043

Changes to women's menstrual cycles are purely down to coincidence after taking the jab. Oy vey.


And booster jabs needed for the next 10-years according to 'expert'

Pretty soon the booster shot will be every 15 days.

Isn't that the story we were told? 15 days to stop the spread?
 

budoslavic

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Nearly 4,000 women report menstrual problems including heavy bleeding and delayed periods after getting their Covid vaccine – but watchdog insists there's no proof jabs are to blame​

  • Issues have primarily affected women aged between 30 and 49, MHRA has said
  • Reports have typically involved 'heavier than usual' bleeding or a delayed period
  • But no evidence they are occurring more commonly than normally expected
Nearly 4,000 women have suffered period problems shortly after getting their Covid jab, Britain's vaccines watchdog has confirmed.

The issues, which have typically involved 'heavier than usual' bleeding or a delayed period, have primarily affected women aged between 30 and 49.

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said it had received 2,734 reports linked to the AstraZeneca jab up to May 17.

Another 1,158 reported menstrual changes after receiving Pfizer's and a further 66 were linked to the recently deployed Moderna jab.

Experts said the number of women suffering from period problems will 'definitely' be higher because many don't take the time to report them through official channels.

The figures, obtained by the Sunday Times, have raised questions about why menstrual changes are not included on the MHRA's list of potential Covid jab side effects.

But the regulator said a review into the issue concluded that the symptoms were not happening more frequently in newly vaccinated women than the general population. It said it would continue to 'closely monitor' the situation.

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MHRA chief executive Dr June Raine said: 'Alongside the independent experts of the Commission on Human Medicines and members of its Medicines for Women's Health Expert Advisory Group, we have reviewed reports of menstrual disorders and unexpected vaginal bleeding, suspected as adverse reactions to vaccination.

'The current evidence does not suggest an increased risk, following vaccination, with the UK's three Covid vaccines.

'The number of reports is low in relation to the number of women who have had the vaccine to date and the background rate of menstrual disorders generally.

'We continue to closely monitor these reports for potential signals.'

Up to a quarter of women of childbearing age experience menstrual irregularities, which can include heavier or lighter than usual bleeding, delayed or early periods and cramps.

They are often triggered by hormonal changes and stress, as well as certain medical conditions and medications.

Similar issues after vaccination have been reported in the US, but scientists say it is too early to confirm a link.

However, GAVI — an international alliance dedicated to ensuring the world has fair access to Covid jabs — has said it could be possible.

It said that vaccines for other viruses had caused similar menstrual issues.

In a blog post on the organisation's website addressing the link, it said: 'The HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccine and the flu vaccine have been reported to affect menstrual cycles temporarily so it wouldn’t be surprising of Covid vaccines do so briefly either.

'Immune cells are at work in the creating and then breaking down the lining of the uterus that happens during menstruation; vaccines produce inflammatory molecules called cytokines and interferons that stimulate immune cells, including potentially in the uterus.

'This might cause the lining to shed sooner or more intensively than usual, causing changes to the menstrual cycle.'


 

Elipe

Pelican
Let's hope not. How far does in-your-face global genocide have to go?
Turns out all you have to do to genocide people is convince them they're just "taking a shower." Because the National Socialist German government is so interested in the well-being and hygiene of Jews.

It's just a shower, bro. It's just a vaccine, bro. All for your own good, out of our own wallets.
 

LeoniusD

Pelican
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Update on side-effects - 50% of those 1.5 mio. are severe to moderately severe side-effects - so roughly 750.000 get massively impacted. And those are mainly the ones who get reported. 35% of European countries barely have any reporting going on.

Sure - the number of doses is in the hundreds of millions, but the number of impacted is also millions by now.
 
I had to take the vaccine due to work (travel). I chose the Pfizer. First dose I had no symptoms. 2nd packed a punch. A lot of fatigue and headache. Never had any side effects from vaccines before so It was unexpected.

Wish I could use an fake arm to receive the shot and get the vaccination receipt.

Make peace with God and believe the Gospel. Don't delay.
 

LeoniusD

Pelican
Not really. It's quite true. People will happily purchase the device of their own destruction if they are told by authority figures it is good for them. We have hard proof.
I think he likely refers to the concentration camp showers.

Most guys have not looked at the issue well enough and know that there are even Jewish dissenters on the Holocoust issue - that many Jews died, but less and not under those given ridiculous circumstances. But this is beside the point frankly.

The elite lie all the time whenever they want to push an agenda - making the atrocities of the Nazis greater while hardly mentioning the atrocities of the communists who were often Jews.
 

KantPost

Sparrow
Not really. It's quite true. People will happily purchase the device of their own destruction if they are told by authority figures it is good for them. We have hard proof.
If you believe in the Wooden Doors theory of history, it says a lot about how you think, whom you trust, and how much weight to give your posts.
 
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