Remember, all of this leaked out in December, before anyone got the vaxx. Informed consent demanded everyone be warned. But they hid it.
The numbers for first five drugs in this chart represent 25 years of adverse events (January 1996 thru March 2021):
I posted the following leak on December 9th, 2020, before anyone had gotten the jab:
FDA releases draft of “vaccine” side-effects, and it’s a doozy
These sound fun. “Deaths” and “birth outcomes” seem especially troublesome.
But not to worry, they promise to keep track of everything.
First on the list is “Guillain-Barré syndrome,” described as “a rare disorder in which your body’s immune system attacks your nerves.” The syndrome has “no known cure” and it mortality rate is “4% to 7%.”
“Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis,” a “rare inflammatory condition that affects the brain and spinal cord,” is second on the FDA’s list. Third is “Transverse myelitis,” a neurological disorder which inflames the spinal cord, causing “pain, muscle weakness, paralysis, sensory problems, or bladder and bowel dysfunction.”
Welcome to the latest episode of Brainwashing. How does a baby, who has never been around unvaxxed people, catch the rona from a vaxxed person, and then baby gives the rona to his vaxxed mom, yet the message from the parents to the public is thank goodness for the vaxx, go get yours asap? Read it all…
Phoenix baby tested positive for COVID-19, even with vaccinated parents
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5 ) – Parents: You may be vaccinated, but even if you test negative, your young children and babies could get very sick and sometimes it’s difficult to tell if it’s COVID-19 or not.
The Novak family in Phoenix said they have been very careful this entire year; mom and dad got vaccinated as soon as they could. They’ve also been careful with their 3-year-old daughter and baby son. But then, they got hit with news last week that shocked them: Baby Walter had tested positive for COVID-19.
Right now, Will Novak waves to his son behind a window in their guest house. It’s not how he wants to see his son right now, but it became their reality last week. They thought the baby was fussing from teething. But things quickly changed. “He’s like the chillest baby in the world. So, if he’s fussing it’s usually for a good reason,” Novak said.
Baby Walter and Novak’s wife Veronica had gone to her ladies book club where all members are vaccinated. She brought Walter because he’s breastfeeding. It’s one of the safest activities they could do.
“We’ve been taking COVID very seriously. Wearing masks, trying to eliminate going outside, so on and so forth,” Novak said.
But the next day one of the book club members called; even though she was vaccinated she ended up testing positive for COVID-19. So, the Novak family went to get tested too and everyone was negative. Everyone except baby Walter. He was positive. “He’s just gotten worse and worse. He’s coughing a ton, very irritable, snotty, glassy-eyed, having a hard time sleeping,” Novak said.
Now the family is separated: Will and their daughter are in the main house. Baby Walter and mom are in the guest house. And Will’s mother-in-law is at a friend’s house since she’s in her 70s with underlying health conditions.
Even though Veronica is vaccinated, she just tested positive too after quarantining with the baby and is fairly sick with the typical COVID-19 symptoms.
Novak said they’re getting through this hurdle the best they can, and hopes this shows others how important the vaccines are. “The more all of us adults get it, the better chance we have of reducing spreading it to our kids,” he said.
Novak and his daughter are taking COVID tests every other day; so far they’ve both stayed negative.
To other parents they say if your baby or young child seems a little off or sick, it’s good to get them tested just to know, since in this case Baby Walter contracted COVID from all vaccinated people.
Today is the Feast of SS Peter and Paul, and the 70th anniversary of priestly ordination for Pope Benedict. This month also marks the fifth anniversary of Ann Barnhardt discovering and publishing the truth about what Benedict really did in February 2013. His failed abdication means he is still pope, and the Argentinian heretic is merely a usurper. I think it might be time to start republishing the mountain of evidence that shows what’s what.
As Pope Benedict explained in his last General Audience, 27 February 2013:
“Here, allow me to go back once again to 19 April 2005. The real gravity of the decision was also due to the fact that from that moment on I was engaged always and forever by the Lord. Always – anyone who accepts the Petrine ministry no longer has any privacy. He belongs always and completely to everyone, to the whole Church. In a manner of speaking, the private dimension of his life is completely eliminated. I was able to experience, and I experience it even now, that one receives one’s life precisely when one gives it away. Earlier I said that many people who love the Lord also love the Successor of Saint Peter and feel great affection for him; that the Pope truly has brothers and sisters, sons and daughters, throughout the world, and that he feels secure in the embrace of your communion; because he no longer belongs to himself, he belongs to all and all belong to him.
“The “always” is also a “for ever” – there can no longer be a return to the private sphere. My decision to resign the active exercise of the ministry does not revoke this.I do not return to private life, to a life of travel, meetings, receptions, conferences, and so on. I am not abandoning the cross, but remaining in a new way at the side of the crucified Lord. I no longer bear the power of office for the governance of the Church, but in the service of prayer I remain, so to speak, in the enclosure of Saint Peter. Saint Benedict, whose name I bear as Pope, will be a great example for me in this. He showed us the way for a life which, whether active or passive, is completely given over to the work of God.” HERE
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Following a controversial social media post, the organization behind Philadelphia’s Pride Festival has shut down and canceled the festival.
“That is irresponsible of them. Philadelphians, LGBTQIA Philadelphians deserve a Pride, deserve to be seen,” Abdul-Aliy Muhammad with Black and Brown Workers Co-op said.
Condemnation for Philly Pride Presents after the group abruptly shut down and canceled its Pride festival that was scheduled for September.
“To me, it’s very tragic and it really speaks to the fact that for those who are most marginalized, their voice does not matter,” Kendall Stephens, an LGBTQIA+ civil rights activist, said.
The controversy arose out of a post made on social media. Philly Pride Presents was referencing the Stonewall Riots, but referred to the trans women who were fighting off harassment from police as people “dressed as women.” They followed up with another post, apologizing, but activists say it was too little, too late.
“To me, I thought it was a slap in the face to a community that is the most vulnerable inside the LGBT community,” Stephens said.
As activists try to rebuild Pride, they say what they want to see is an organization that is more inclusive of the city’s character.
“For years Pride has been corporatized, it has not been about the community,” Muhammad said. “We’re yearning to be seen differently and to be seen completely and not to be used by organizations as numbers.”
The good news is, 72% of tweeterdom has had enough of their bullshit.
Also, everyone who got the vaxx needs to get the vaxx again, because we don’t know how long the vaxx lasts, plus there are hyper dangerous variants that need to be re-vaxxed. And don’t forget to get your flu shot!
The rule of thumb at this ultra-woke college is, don’t say “rule of thumb.”
Students and faculty at Brandeis University are being urged to stop using words and phrases like “picnic,” “trigger warning” and even “rule of thumb,” because of what a campus counseling service calls their links to violence and power to “reinforce systems of oppression.”
A compendium of “potentially oppressive language” posted on the school’s website by its Prevention, Advocacy and Resource Center also lists loads of examples of “gender exclusive,” “ableist,” and “culturally appropriative” terminology that “can get in the way of meaningful dialogue.”
The “Oppressive Language List,” first reported by Fox News, was developed recently as part of the PARC’s “Response to Anti-Blackness” program and “is always growing based on suggestions from the community,” according to a web page titled “Holding Ourselves Accountable.”
“As a community, we can strive to remove language that may hurt those who have experienced violence from our everyday use,” the PARC says.
“These recommendations for more-neutral language are brought forth by students who have been subject to violence or who have worked with others who are healing from violence, as well as students who have sought out advanced training in intervening in potentially violent situations.”
According to the Oppressive Language List, the word picnic “has been associated with lynchings of Black people in the United States, during which white spectators were said to have watched while eating.”
A suggested alternative is “outdoor eating.”
“Rule of thumb” can be replaced with “general rule” because the former “allegedly comes from an old British law allowing men to beat their wives with sticks no wider than their thumb.”
And when it comes to “trigger warning” — an alert that spoken, written or recorded material may be alarming to certain people, based on their experiences — possible alternatives include “content note.”
“The word ‘trigger’ has connections to guns for many people; we can give the same head’s up using language less connected to violence,” the PARC says…
Today is the Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, born without the stain of Original Sin, thanks to the miraculous grace of his gestational Baptism at the moment of the Visitation. When John leaped in the womb of Elizabeth, at the approach of the Blessed Virgin carrying our Lord in her own womb, John was Baptized in his own amniotic fluid. Pretty cool.
That moment of his Baptism, the Visitation, is the Second Joyful Mystery of the Most Holy Rosary. The fruit of the mystery is Fraternal Charity. St. John loved our Lord, and so he loved the law. The two things go together like a horse and carriage; you can’t have one without the other, as the song goes. As the great Forerunner of Christ, John never suffered from mission creep, and his mission was to point to the truth: Point to our Lord, and point to the Law.
For this he would give his life.
The reason for his beheading was his intransigence on the commandments, which he loved dearly, because he loved our Lord. But I repeat myself. The subject matter in this case was the sanctity of marriage. Fraternal Charity is exactly what St. John was practicing when he rebuked Herod over his adulterous sham “marriage.” St. John laid down his life out of love of our Lord, out of love for His law, AND FOR THE SAKE OF HEROD’S SOUL. That’s Fraternal Charity, folks. We would do well to meditate on this, and pray to be given an ounce of his courage. We are going to need it.
St. John the Baptist, pray for us.
At that time, Herod himself had sentand apprehended John, and bound him prison for the sake of Herodias thewife of Philip his brother, because he had married her. For John saidto Herod: “It is not lawful for thee to have thy brother’s wife.” NowHerodias laid snares for him: and was desirous to put him to death andcould not. For Herod feared John, knowing him to be a just and holy man:and kept him, and when he heard him, did many things: and he heard himwillingly. And when a convenient day was come, Herod made a supper forhis birthday, for the princes, and tribunes, and chief men of Galilee.And when the daughter of the same Herodias had come in, and had danced, and pleased Herod, and them that were at table with him, theking said to the damsel: “Ask of me what thou wilt, and I will give itthee.” And he swore to her: “Whatsoever thou shalt ask I will givethee, though it be the half of my kingdom.” Who when she was gone out,said to her mother, “What shall I ask?” But her mother said: “The headof John the Baptist.” And when she was come in immediately with hasteto the king, she asked, saying: “I will that forthwith thou give me in adish, the head of John the Baptist.” And the king was struck sad. Yet because of his oath, and because of them that were with him at table,he would not displease her: But sending an executioner, he commandedthat his head should be brought in a dish. And he beheaded him in theprison, and brought his head in a dish: and gave to the damsel, and thedamsel gave it her mother. Which his disciples hearing came, and tookhis body, and laid it in a tomb. Mark 6:17-29
For the past year and a half of COVID, we have been told by those supposedly in the know, to “follow the science.” Those who question the science are at best called names, like “deniers” or “racists”, and at worst, lose their jobs and reputations, and are banned from social media.
One gets an appreciation for what scientists of centuries ago endured as they questioned science dogma of the day such as the Earth being flat or the Sun revolving around Earth. Such censorship was attributed to the medieval scientific mindset centuries ago long before the enlightened age of Facebook, Twitter, and CNN.
Last year’s outbreak of the Chinese coronavirus allowed the world to travel back in time to an age where sailors feared sailing off the edge of the world into a pit of monsters or nothingness. Instead of being called “flat Earthers” they are called anti-maskers or anti-vaxers. How did we get to such a place where science can’t be questioned, at least science deemed incontrovertible by the government and media?
It started with the climate change movement. Back in the 1970s, we faced a crisis of global cooling. A few decades later it changed to global warming, where the planet would heat up enough to melt the polar ice caps, flooding coastal cities. When these fatalistic predictions failed to pan out, the movement created a new name, climate change, that conveniently covered both warm and cool temperatures, rain, drought, storms, and all other forms of weather, attributing normally changing weather to something nefarious
Scientists are supposed to follow the scientific method, observing natural phenomena, collecting data, forming a hypothesis to explain these observations, then refining the hypotheses as new data emerges. Instead, with both climate science and COVID the process has been reversed, ignoring or jiggering the data to conform with a predetermined hypothesis, rejecting new or contrary data simply because scientists did not like or approve of the source of the contrary data.
The origin of the Chinese coronavirus has been a touchy topic. Dr Fauci and the medical smart set assured us that it came from a wet market and an animal host, despite no such host ever being identified. Ignored was the fact that the city of origin, Wuhan, was home to a bio lab that specifically studied coronaviruses.
Also ignored was that Dr Fauci and his agency were funding, either directly or indirectly, gain of function research into coronaviruses, essentially making them more contagious and/or deadly. Lastly, Dr. Fauci participated in a ‘secret meeting’ with scientists about COVID-19 origins in Feb. 2020, before the pandemic really began, where lab origin was already considered probable.
Even comedian Jon Stewart surprised fellow leftists by recently making an impassioned case that COVID came from the Wuhan lab.
But the scientific community didn’t want to hear of this. Why? Because President Trump suggested the possibility and dared name the virus after its place of origin, calling it the Wuhan flu, which was somehow considered racist. The same scientific community had no trouble with Ebola, Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, German measles, Hong Kong flu, West Nile virus, and a host of other diseases named after their origination point without talk of racism. But Trump didn’t name those other viruses.
Now that Dr Fauci’s past emails have been made public, showing his gain of function funding at the Wuhan lab, all of a sudden, the lab leak hypothesis is gaining traction. Is it because of new science? Or is it because of who is in the White House?
As Forest Gump would say, “just like that,” scientists are now curious over the lab leak hypothesis, after adamantly denying it for well over a year, and want to investigate further, according to a letter published by 18 scientists. As NBC reported,
And while public discussion of a potential lab leak has shifted significantly in recent months, as more people pay attention to a theory that was originally promulgated by former President Donald Trump and his followers, the scientific evidence has remained unchanged, according to interviews with five virologists who have experience in microbiology, infectious disease ecology and viral evolution.
Note “the scientific evidence has remained unchanged”. So what did change? The President changed.