And then there is this....
Dr. Peter McCullough Issues Emergency Covid-19 Warning
Dr. Peter McCullough Issues Emergency Covid-19 Warning
Paul Offit, MD, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
I have received three doses of the ancestral strain vaccine and contracted a mild case of COVID in May. As a result, all the evidence suggests that I have high frequencies of virus-specific memory B and T cells, which should protect me against severe disease this winter.
I do not plan to get another dose of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines until it is clear that people who have been primed, boosted, and naturally infected are nonetheless at high risk of serious illness when encountering the virus.
The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2 remains unknown.
There are two leading hypotheses: that the virus emerged as a zoonotic spillover from wildlife or a farm animal, possibly through a wet market, in a location that is still undetermined; or that the virus emerged from a research-related incident, during the field collection of viruses, or through a laboratory-associated escape.
No independent, transparent, and science-based investigation has been carried out regarding the bio-engineering of SARS-like viruses that was underway before the outbreak of COVID-19.
The laboratory notebooks, databases, email records, and samples of institutions involved in such research have not been made available to independent researchers. Independent researchers have not yet investigated the US laboratories engaged in the laboratory manipulation of SARS-CoV-like viruses, nor have they investigated the details of the laboratory research that had been underway in Wuhan. US National Institutes of Health (NIH) has resisted disclosing details of the research on SARS-CoV-related viruses that it had been supporting, providing extensively redacted information only as required by Freedom of Information Act lawsuits. In brief, there are many potential proximal origins of SARS-CoV-2, but there is still a shortfall of independent, scientific, and collaborative work on the issue.
In the absence of an unbiased, independent, and rigorous search for a natural origin by a multidisciplinary team of experts alongside an unbiased, independent, and rigorous investigation of the research-related hypotheses, the public's trust in science will be imperilled, with potentially grave long-term repercussions. It is therefore crucial to investigate all hypotheses fully, not only to ascertain the source of the pandemic and to protect against future emerging infectious diseases, but also to ensure the integrity of science itself.
The perceived lack of transparency to date by leading scientific agencies and laboratories is troubling and needs to be addressed. Strategies to prevent research-related releases should include stronger international and national oversight of bio-safety, bio-security, and bio-risk management, including the strict regulation of gain of function research of concern. When investigating the origins of any novel pathogen, potential hypotheses should not be prematurely rejected to ensure that time-sensitive data— such as early case information and laboratory records—are collected.
Janine Small Pfizer’s president of international developed markets Testifying before the European Union Parliament, Monday 10th October
Dutch MEP Rob Roos ‘Was the Pfizer Covid vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market? If not, please say it clearly. If yes, are you willing to share the data with this committee? And I really want a straight answer, yes or no, and I’m looking forward to it.”
Ms Small “Regarding the question around, um, did we know about stopping the immunisation before it entered the market? No Therefore Pfizer Covid vaccine was not tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market
Ms Small you know, we had to really move at the speed of science to really understand what is taking place in the market, and from that point of view we had to do everything at risk. I think Dr Bourla, even though he’s not here, would turn around and say to you himself, ‘If not us then who?’”
Ms Small said Dr Bourla “actually felt the importance of what was going on in the world, and therefore as a result of that, we actually, um, spent $US2 billion, at risk, of self-funded money from Pfizer, to be able to research, develop and manufacture at risk, to be able to make sure that we were in a position to be able to help with the pandemic”.
Mr Roos scandalous “Millions of people worldwide felt forced to get vaccinated because of the myth that ‘you do it for others’ “Now this turned out to be a cheap lie. This should be exposed.”
Viral transmission not tested in Pfizer trials
Pfizer did not know whether Covid vaccine stopped transmission before rollout
Yesterday my fever broke. I got tested (negative) 6 days of hell. To those who say covid is the flu I can say it is most assuredly not . On Sat sun I could barely breath . My temp shot up radically. I thought I was going to die. And I was vaccinated .. in short covid was the worst I ever got
I am glad in a way that if I got it ,I got it now . I was not hospitalized or was any of my family infected. In 2020 I would been isolated and got a worse case of it ...and Rikki gave me some foul tasting stuff to drink. And used mustard plaster politices . Our room smells of lemon orange and jasmine. But it helped. The old ways sometimes are the best waysNow imagine going through all that alone because everyone around you thought you deserved it for not getting vaccinated. Or even worse, one of your children that didn't live at home got it and you were not allowed to go to them because they weren't part of your designated group. Only to find out now that it would not have made any difference.
I'm glad to hear you are feeling better, Shadow and I sincerely hope that it is your families last battle with the virus.
You beat me to it was just going to post it.. sad world we live in. They won't be satisfied until we are extinct.Seriously, why the fuck!...
Boston University researchers claim to have developed new, more lethal COVID strain in labResearchers at Boston University say they have developed a new COVID strain that has an 80% kill rate following a series of similar experiments first thought to have started the global pandemic that began in China.
The variant, a combination of Omicron and the original virus in Wuhan, killed 80% of the mice infected with it, the university said. When mice were only exposed to Omicron, they experienced mild symptoms.
Seriously, why the fuck!...
You beat me to it was just going to post it.. sad world we live in. They won't be satisfied until we are extinct.