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Posted in: Conservative media offers mixed messages on COVID-19 vaccine See in context

And now that the PCR cycle adjustments are being scrutinized for all the false positives, so will the mounting evidence of vaccine longer term side effects.

https://rumble.com/vjzknu-dire-warning-from-dr.-charles-hoffe-2462.html

Get ready for your boosters. Now that the conservative media is befuddled as well.

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Posted in: Conservative media offers mixed messages on COVID-19 vaccine See in context

I wouldn’t heed to many of these media talking heads anyway.

The Covid Vaccine Cult will soon be made aware of the realities of what an unproven EUA medicine can and cannot do.

And how a shaky narrative holds up over the long term.

https://rumble.com/vkbeyd-140-hospitalized-people-out-of-141-cases-in-sydney-had-both-covid-jabs-othe.html

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Posted in: Rare 'breakthrough' COVID cases causing alarm, confusion See in context

Just to highly the key point of this entire article.

If everyone who could be vaccinated actually was, then the asymptomatic cases wouldn't matter. People who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons, are keenly aware of their risks for all sorts of infections and diseases already.

It’s a key point which is false. So no need to advise anyone on it.

Most of these people, including Biden will be gone before year’s end.

Largely a result of similar misinformation.

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Posted in: Rare 'breakthrough' COVID cases causing alarm, confusion See in context

Vaccines are still the best medical intervention available to prevent infections, complications, transmission and deaths. Much to the desperation of antivaxxer sites that predicted all kinds of disasters that never came to be.

Typical pumping.

Israeli study claims major drop in vaccine protection; experts don’t believe it.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-study-claims-major-drop-in-vaccine-protection-experts-dont-believe-it/amp/

“Report says protection against serious COVID-19 illness fell to 80%, or 50% for over-60s; government adviser, physician and health statistics expert all criticize research.”

Of course they would. They have been avoiding many facts since this debacle started.

“Vaccine effectiveness in preventing serious COVID-19 infection among the elderly has fallen to 50 percent, according to new Israeli figures, but some prominent experts are saying the data shouldn’t be taken seriously.”

And once again: The antivaxxer moniker appears as a lame attempt to push a failing argument.

Speaks volumes on the quality of the comment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqjIfwCYS1g

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Posted in: Chilean, Dutch, American athletes test positive for COVID See in context

So Japan decides to go ahead with an international event like the Olympics after a virus has been globally active for over 18 months . And then discovers positive traces in visiting athletes.

Just curious, where are decision makers are buying their “stupid pills”? Possibly Pfizer or Moderna?

One thing for sure, we know these pills work fine. And spikes in intelligence are not one of the side effects.

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Posted in: Japan starts checking COVID vaccination status of overseas arrivals See in context

Breakthrough COVID infections happen, but they are rare.

So receive your EUA jabs and feel comfortable in your newly acquired safety.

Why so much concern about dividing humanity in asinine social categories?

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

Now, very rare side effects are expected, when they are a tiny fraction of the risk the actual infection produce that still means vaccines are much safer than COVID.

Ya sure. Very rare side effects. Almost as rare as children that are adversely impacted by Covid-19.

Like I said, I have absolutely no reservations with people taking the jab under their own right to choose. I really don’t care.

But if that is ever imposed on me, based on how these medicines have been brought to market, that’s another matter. And I deeply care about my personal well being beyond the ramblings of a pushy narrative that has been mired in inconsistency since it began.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

And to flash-slide through side effects on a FDA presentation with no commentary is absolutely irresponsible in my opinion.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

Possible side effects include anything that is theoretically possible, not things that are realistically possible, much less something actually observed.

The are not theoretically possible. They are actually occurring.

The heart inflammation and neurological incidents are already well documented.

And please do not discuss long term effects. Because you have no clue.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

I am honestly surprised they didn't throw "car accident" and "grown-in toenails" in there. It seems to be everything including the kitchen sink, not representative of a real list. That's ... why it's a draft.

Well, I suppose you have a point. I sure feel better about the safety of these EUA medicines now.

Thank you for clarifying everything.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

People repeating information they know it is false, just to misrepresent vaccines, or even making reference to studies already retracted for being horribly wrong, even if those studies were already discusses and proved retracted can validly be described as such, having a cautionary position is not being an antivaxxer, being irrational and trying to deceive others would be.

Only to be surpassed by people that have no clue what they are talking about.

There are studies, and there is also data collection and suppression of debate.

Accusations of deception and irrationality aimed at the cautious is an abomination to science. It is the classic symptom of the self delusional.

And with regards to retractions, look no further than the respected pillars of medical journalism such as the Lancet.

The latest WHO declaration that the possibility of the virus not originating from a natural source (ie a lab) is even more hilarious.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

Fact: covid is now a preventable disease and 99% of deaths in the US are unvaccinated.

This debate is senseless. You get vaccinated or yolo. At this point, all you can do is lookout for yourself and loved ones.

Try and get the facts straight. As they come in, and not as you assume.

https://youtu.be/jiFuyMf6mmo

And you're more than welcome to heed to your own advice.

No one is suggesting otherwise.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

@virusrex

Please let me know why the ''vaccines'' contain magnetized nano particles and graphene oxides.

How would he know? That’s not the function of a pumper.

You often here the term “anti-vaxxer” thrown out in a derogatory fashion by the Covid cult. Why is that? And why does a cautionary position on an EUA experimental gene therapy warrant the labeling of “anti-Vaxxer”? Who made the the leap from assuming a EAU inoculation hesitant individual is an anti-vaxxer? The weak minded only.

This is not a traditional vaccine. It is an experimental gene therapy. There is no debate about it. Read the Pfizer and Moderna web sites if you have any doubt.

The act of endlessly bombarding the public with the virtues of an experimental medicine at the expense of open debate and informed right of choice is not a characteristic of proper public health policy. It is a forced agenda.

The Covid cult has no right to advise or recommend anything. It does not know , and it refuses to accept anything but the institutional guidance that has bounced from side to side since “flattening the curve” over 18 months ago.

If they remain so frightened of a mock emergency, a virus with very low mortality in a healthy population, and opposing opinion, they should take these vaccines and all the boosters they choose.

After all, what are they so afraid of? Aren’t they immune once inoculated? Or are they trying to save the world for the benefits of others (especially Big Pharma)?

I personally have no care on who gets these medicines as long as they are adults and can make their own decisions. However, I have a very serious concern over a mope cult trying to remove that same right from me.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

The vaccines aren't "experimental". That is exactly the misinformation this article is about.

A case in point . Quite amusing.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

I understand many people are hesitant about a new medicine. The impact of the virus has reduced people's confidence in many things. To use that fear to push an agenda with more fear is simply abhorrent.

The anti-vaxxers are the true definition of cowards. Afraid of a minor risk to themselves, they endanger the lives of others.

Thank you sharing your vast understanding of matters.

I suppose censorship is the only protection for the weak minded.

But how does one shelter from the profoundly stupid?

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Posted in: Kono says local gov'ts need to slow down vaccinations due to supply crunch See in context

Your mistake is thinking (or misrepresenting) lawsuits from particulars as if that was the whole universe of liability and the only negative consequence a company could have. 

You really are misinformed. That’s fine.

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Posted in: Kono says local gov'ts need to slow down vaccinations due to supply crunch See in context

Companies still have liability, why else would they be still required to provide samples of each lot for governmental testing of safety and efficacy? how else could vaccines could be stopped from being distributed at every hint of a problem. Also do you think all other vaccines being in use right now are also in EUA?

We are not talking about all other vaccines (which I generally advocate). So try an stay focused if you can on the subject at hand. I can see you are still learning about the EUA status.

COVID-19 vaccine liability limits under the PREP Act

The situation is very different for emergency vaccines, such as the COVID-19 vaccines. The Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP) allows the secretary to issue a statement limiting liability for a product during an emergency. The Secretary issued such a declaration for Covid-19 products and vaccines. 

The statement completely isolates “manufacturers, distributors, program planners, and qualified persons, and their officials, agents, and employees, and the United States” from liability for harms or deaths from COVID-19 vaccines until October 1, 2024. In other words, you cannot sue these manufacturers at all.

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Posted in: Kono says local gov'ts need to slow down vaccinations due to supply crunch See in context

So why complain about what they say in the first place? the scientific community of the world is the one that vouch for the safety and efficacy of the vaccines, and their very important role in decreasing the dangers from the pandemic, 

Absolutely incorrect.

The scientific community does not exist to vouch for anything . A true scientific community accepts and debates all evidence, and is allowed to freely present all findings. That’s the current problem.

It is a twisted misrepresentation when spokesmen fueled by Big Pharma financial incentives and government subservience is labeled as “science” and medical expertise.

I really don’t need to debate with such myopic opinion. I simply have to wait and witness a collapsing narrative and the desperate measures undertaken to preserve it.

I strongly support the full approval of these vaccines ASAP. Because the EUA protection from liability is then lifted. And the litigations can commence, and send these racketeers back to where they belong.

It will be interesting to see how they will defend themselves in a normal arena. Before they swindle the weak minded into thinking the common cold is a Novell Variant.

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Posted in: Kono says local gov'ts need to slow down vaccinations due to supply crunch See in context

Except when somebody ask you to prove it, from that moment it stops being it.

You keep trying to make it as if mainstream media was the one saying things on their own, ignore it completely the experts in science…

Actually I have said no such thing. The mainstream media does not say anything in their own. They are simply parrots.

As for “proving it”, the onus is not on me. It is on these “experts” that keep tripping up on their self proclaimed scientific prowess.

My point is that these days the “scientific experts” are highly selective, with all other expert opinions suppressed .

I don’t pin anything on one person. I only recognize a stooge when I see one. And I don’t need to heed a stooge regardless of his self delusion.

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Posted in: Bach says anti-virus rules working ahead of Tokyo Olympics See in context

Not much to critique here. This Bach buffoon is so good at sounding ridiculous that all he needs to do is keep talking.

And Suga and company can join his ranks by listening attentively.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,149 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,194 See in context

A lot of information necessary for your conclusion is lacking in your source, were the infected people also vaccinated? how about the degree of infection, are asymptomatic people more protected than those vaccinated? To say this contradicts the opinion of experts you obviously need these details, without them you are just guessing.

Try and help yourself by reading the link.

Imaginary situations not support by science? Really. How about imaginary science based on a narrative crumbling under facts.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,149 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,194 See in context

People are simply going to have to live with this. Being subjected to a perpetual cycle of inoculations of experimental concoctions is ill advised.

Wait until the long side effects increasingly become the more dominant issue. The short term effects have been bad enough for an unacceptably high number of people.

Now, the Israeli Health Ministry has discovered that the number of patients who had been infected prior to becoming infected again during the latest Delta-driven wave of the pandemic were less likely to be reinfected than patients who have only been vaccinated. The finding directly contradicts research spouted by American experts like Dr. Fauci, along with Pfizer and Moderna, who have previously insisted that the antibodies created by their jabs are more powerful than antibodies produced by natural infection (which is one reason even the previously infected have been asked to get vaccinated).

According to Israel National News, more than 7.7K new cases of the virus have been detected during the most recent wave (beginning back in May). However, just 72 of the confirmed cases were reported in people who were known to have been previously infected - that is, less than 1% of the new cases.

https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/309762

Roughly 40% of new cases – involving more than 3K patients – were infected despite being fully vaccinated.

By this count, Israelis who had been vaccinated were 6.72x more likely to get infected after the shot than after natural infection, with more than 3K of the 5,193,499, or 0.0578%, of Israelis who were vaccinated getting infected in the latest wave. The disparity has confounded Health Ministry experts, with some saying the data proves the higher level of immunity provided by natural infection versus vaccination.

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Posted in: Over 70% of Japan's elderly to be vaccinated by end of July: tally See in context

Given that the vast majority of COVID deaths involve the elderly, and that the average age of death is around 80 (give or take a year or two) in most countries including Japan ...

And do think the false emergency will then be over? And that EUA experimental medicines will stop being dispensed?

No way. Not with the record profits Big Pharma is raking in. And by suppressing information on alternative treatments proven to be effective and the growing incidents of dangerous side effects in demographic groups largely unaffected by Covid-19, they will milk this “emergency” right down to newborn babies.

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Posted in: Japan to begin accepting requests for vaccine passports from July 26 See in context

Freedom at last, we'll be able to fly back to our countries and meet our families having taken our vaccine responsibly, while the antivax spreaders will stay where they are lol.

Exactly the opposite.

When flu season arrives later this year and the vaccines offer reduced protection against “variants”, then the booster passport will be required.

And it starts all over again. You willingly give your freedom away, and then expect it back? Lol.

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Posted in: Holding Tokyo Olympics amid pandemic shreds consensus in Japan See in context

“It’s a bit like a gambler who already has lost too much,” said Koichi Nakano, a political scientist at Sophia University in Tokyo. “Pulling out of it now will only confirm the huge losses made, but carrying on you can still cling to the hope of winning big and taking it all back.”

In a few weeks it’s all over. The gambler takes what’s left of their chips and staggers home.

As for winning it “Big”: Isn’t that the quintessential definition of a gambler who stayed far to long at the table?

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Posted in: Toyota halts donations to Republican objectors to Biden's win See in context

A smart company generally pads both sides to cover all bases. Never take sides when you are paying off patsies. They are always recycled and you need to make sure you have your patsy in play.

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Posted in: If a major problem occurs in Taiwan, this could be recognized as a threat to Japan. See in context

If the US requires Okinawa as a staging ground and coordination center to execute a military defense of Taiwan , then Japan will get pulled into it.

That’s often what happens. Especially in the case where air power will be the primary defense force.

It also makes Okinawa a primary target of mainland China if a cooperative Japan allows the US to run such operations.

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Posted in: Japan seeks to have vaccine passports accepted by over 10 nations See in context

These vaccine passports are useless anyway when it comes to containing a virus spread.

A vaccinated person could still become infected with Covid-19, and there will be variants (similar to all other flu like viruses) that the vaccine cannot protect against.

The only robust means to control the spread via air travel is to test each passenger just before boarding, and possibly a double check when disembarking the aircraft.

This whole scheme is just another government scam.

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Posted in: Japan seeks to have vaccine passports accepted by over 10 nations See in context

This is a racket. I hope the travel industry pushes back. If they don’t, then let them manage the lost business, WITHOUT tax payer subsidy.

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Posted in: Serbian Olympic athlete tests positive for COVID-19 See in context

This is expected. Thousands of people will enter and leave Japan during these Games, and this virus has been around for 18 months.

What do you expect?

No mention if the athlete had been vaccinated or even exhibited any illness.

Is this even news?

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