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I Am Done With Coronamonomania, Part 8

By June 14, 2024Commentary

Apparently not.

Sometimes a study gets published and I just read it in disbelief–how did such obvious garbage get put into print.  And I always look at who the authors are, their backgrounds, what else they have published, how are they making money.  The primary authors of this study purporting to look at vax and mortality impacts work at a veterinary school.  No epidemiologists, no infectious disease experts.   And the authors already had to issue a correction regarding their completely unsupported suggestion that the vax were associated with excess mortality.  The study is pathetically small, about 150 hospitalized patients at one site–Ohio State University hospital.  The study has been used to suggest that vaxed patients were more likely to die when hospitalized than non-vaxed ones, but there is nothing in the data analysis that actually supports either this conclusion or gives any causative reason.  As I said, complete garbage.  (Frontiers Article)

This study examined 5 to 12 year-olds who had been vaccinated against CV-19, attempting to ascertain what factors accounted for varying levels of protection against subsequent infection.  In general, children had higher T cell and memory B cell counts than adults 6 months after vax.  A subsequent infection improved immune responses.  The study found that booster doses did not improve protection in children.  ABSOLUTELY NO REASON FOR ANY CHILD TO EVER GET ANOTHER DOSE OF CV-19 VAX!   (NM Study)

This study is kind of hilarious, it talks about vaccine side effects, all of which are pretty minor, but that having those side effects is correlated with a stronger immune response.  The authors idea is that if people are told that having a side effect just means they are getting better protection, they will be more likely to get vaxed.  (Annals Article)

Now this is a topic I find really interesting.  How does CV-19 coexist with other pathogens, how does the presence of one pathogen affect others in the body?  During the epidemic there was some research on the topic, discussing which pathogens, especially viruses, appeared able to outcompete or displace others.  And being sick with one virus may make you more susceptible to infections with others.  The study finds that being infected with CV-19 might make you more prone to co-infections.  And, importantly, some symptoms that were attributed to CV-19 might actually be due to the co-infections.  (Medvirx Study)

This very large study from the UK looks at over 5 million vaxed children to ascertain safety issues.  The specific outcome at issue was hospitalization.  In children 5 to 11 there was no excess incidence of adverse events requiring hospitalization.  In children 12 to 17, there was an increased risk in regard to heart inflammation, epilepsy and a couple of other conditions.  But the increased risk is incredibly low–on the order of 3 to 12 additional hospitalizations per million children.  Interestingly, the additional risk did not exist for children who had not experienced a CV-19 infection prior to vaccination, suggesting that many supposed side effects attributable to the vax may actually be due to infection.  (Nature Study)



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  • David K says:

    Nothing says you’re done with something like writing eight parts to explain why. 😀 That’s a funny – I do appreciate your work and am happy to see you getting more coverage on Alpha News and other places.
    Our sheep-like herd mentality reaction to this virus forever extinguishes our ability to know if herd immunity or other therapeutics would’ve done a better job with less side effects & death. We know the economy WOULD be better without gov’t’s idiotic, scientifically-false interventions. The 75 yr closed-book status about the virus, big profit to the pharmaceutical industry, deaths and injuries to strong, healthy people shortly after receiving the “vaccine” and the cancelation of doctors prescribing alternatives and even the medications themselves, all create suspicion.
    “You say ‘conspiracy theory’, I say ‘giving the facts six months in advance.'”

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