Raw Beer comments

Posted in: New U.S. study helps demystify COVID brain fog See in context

Anyway, I very much doubt we'll ever read anything here about their adverse effects.

Since they are a tiny minority compared with the problems with the infection this is expected. The actual public health problem comes from covid, not from the vaccines.

Well, that's the thing, they are a not a tiny minority, despite your best efforts to minimize/dismiss the vaccine adverse effects while exaggerating the effects of the virus. The actual data shows that:

"The excess risk of serious adverse events of special interest surpassed the risk reduction for COVID-19 hospitalization relative to the placebo group in both Pfizer and Moderna trials (2.3 and 6.4 per 10,000 participants, respectively)."

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4125239

Yes, components of the mRNA "vaccines" are known to cross the blood brain barrier.

In the same studies with megadoses IV on mice?

No, I was referring to researchers such as Robert Malone taking advantage of the ability of the mRNA in the nanoparticles to cross the blood brain barrier to investigate possible treatments targeting the brain.

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Posted in: Japan reports 37,143 coronavirus cases See in context

Guard goes down numbers go up.

or: a new variant shows up, numbers go up.

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Posted in: Slow pace for youngest kids getting COVID vaccine doses in U.S. See in context

Nothing dubious or unsafe about the vaccines,

This study (and many others) says otherwise: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4125239

"The excess risk of serious adverse events of special interest surpassed the risk reduction for COVID-19 hospitalization relative to the placebo group in both Pfizer and Moderna trials (2.3 and 6.4 per 10,000 participants, respectively)."

And that was preOmicron, the difference is certainly much greater now, since the vaccine is the same but the virus is much milder.

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Posted in: New U.S. study helps demystify COVID brain fog See in context

And the vaccine? Brain fog is a known side effect

Yes, components of the mRNA "vaccines" are known to cross the blood brain barrier.

Anyway, I very much doubt we'll ever read anything here about their adverse effects.

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Posted in: Japan reports 50,107 new coronavirus cases See in context

That is irrelevant, being vaccinated is clearly the much safer option compared with the risks of the infection

This study (and many others) says otherwise: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4125239

"The excess risk of serious adverse events of special interest surpassed the risk reduction for COVID-19 hospitalization relative to the placebo group in both Pfizer and Moderna trials (2.3 and 6.4 per 10,000 participants, respectively)."

And that was preOmicron, the difference is certainly much greater now.

the arbitrary and illogical argument that people should be left to die a few decades just to confirm they could have been saved makes absolutely no sense.

Exactly! We should stop ignoring the safe and effective early treatments that are used in places where doctors are allowed to treat patients as they see fit. The IHU of Marseille recently presented their results after treating several thousands of patients, very impressive.

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Posted in: Japan reports 50,107 new coronavirus cases See in context

are not going to stop this omicron 4/5 wave. 

It's the seventh wave in Japan we are facing.

I think he meant Omicron BA.4 and BA.5....

The vaccines have proven to be safe and effective at drastically reducing your chances of getting a severe case!

No, the data is increasingly showing that these "vaccines" are risky and ineffective. They have very early on been shown to not prevent infection, and now it looks quite clear that they do not even prevent severe cases.

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Posted in: COVID-19 misinformation bolsters anti-vaccine movement See in context

So your references that people should trust even when they present no evidence are people that have been found lying, making unreasonable mistakes that not even a student would or even found guilty of making unethical human experimentation without permission nor approval from anybody or plain fraud for economic profit as Raoult.

No, those are just baseless accusations, which unfortunately are the first ones to show up when Googling their names.

What are not baseless accusations are the numerous times that Pfizer and other pharmas have been convicted in court of falsifying data and bribing doctors and officials. These are the ones you're saying we should trust....

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Posted in: COVID-19 misinformation bolsters anti-vaccine movement See in context

Let's see, whom to trust?

The PhDs with decades of experience in epidemiology, laboratory research and billions in research, or the loons on the internet who saw something on Facebook?

Actually, most of those who are skeptical of the mainstream narrative are the top scientists, they have done the work and have the publications to prove it:

Robert Malone, Peter McCullough, Didier Raoult, Pierre Kory, and many many more.

The vaccines have been promoted by big pharma backed misinformation. Every day, more people are waking up to the deception and are starting to question things. They are becoming aware that SARSCoV2 most likely came from a lab, and that those who funded that research are now telling us to get vaccinated. There really is a great awakening, also helped by RFK jr's best selling book "The Real Anthony Fauci : Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health."

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Posted in: Australia expands 4th COVID dose rollout amid fresh Omicron threat See in context

No such thing, the adverse effects are a tiny minority compared with the risk from not being vaccinated,

This study (and many others) says otherwise: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4125239

"The excess risk of serious adverse events of special interest surpassed the risk reduction for COVID-19 hospitalization relative to the placebo group in both Pfizer and Moderna trials (2.3 and 6.4 per 10,000 participants, respectively)."

and the repurposed drugs already demonstrated to be useless against covid, even if used before the infection.

Very effective if used properly.

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Posted in: What word or phrase annoys you when you hear someone use it? See in context

"coup de grace", it's usually (always?) mispronounced when used in English.

"scientific consensus", especially when it doesn't apply.

"genre"

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Posted in: Australia expands 4th COVID dose rollout amid fresh Omicron threat See in context

So many people here seem to have doctorates in medicine. Lucky we can read their gems of knowledge and advice.

The elephant in the room is long covid.

Oh, two much bigger elephants in the room are vaccine adverse effects and the fact that they are still refusing cheap, safe, and effective repurposed drugs.

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Posted in: Macau launches more COVID testing as infections soar See in context

Macau adheres to China's "zero-COVID" policy which aims to eradicate all outbreaks, at just about any cost, running counter to a global trend of trying to co-exist with the virus.

Science in China is quite advanced, so why are they following such an insane policy? What is their real goal?

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Posted in: U.S. medical experts call for Omicron-specific COVID boosters See in context

That is exactly what they tried to do when the "vaccines" first came out, and we that now thanks to data that the FDA wanted to release in 75 years but were forced to release via a court order.

No idea what you were talking about , I'll try to look it up, but how would it impede production of an updated vaccine?

Oh, it won't impede production and their getting a EUA. But we might again see their data a year or two down the road (via a court order) showing that their effectiveness and safety are not as advertised. Remember that saying "fool me once, shame on ... shame on you. Fool me ... you can't get fooled again."

A while back, Dr. John Campbell covered this quite well...

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Posted in: Tokyo raises alert level amid resurgence in COVID-19 cases See in context

It would seem like they're just monitoring the common cold now or even a flu strain. We just accepted it before Covid-19.

Exactly, the difference now is that they are reporting the PCR positives, most of whom are probably not even sick.

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Posted in: U.S. medical experts call for Omicron-specific COVID boosters See in context

Even for them, it takes time to fudge the data and hide their dodgy actual results.

Well they can't hide it now because you already know right?

That is exactly what they tried to do when the "vaccines" first came out, and we that now thanks to data that the FDA wanted to release in 75 years but were forced to release via a court order.

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Posted in: U.S. medical experts call for Omicron-specific COVID boosters See in context

A few days ago Dr. Robert Malone gave a very interesting talk to the Texas Senate Committee on Health & Human Services. He also talked about the above omicron-directed "vaccines".

https://www.redvoicemedia.com/video/2022/06/dr-robert-malone-texas-senate-committee-on-health-human-services-video/

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Posted in: U.S. medical experts call for Omicron-specific COVID boosters See in context

The committee, convened by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), voted 19 in favor and two against the measure after a day spent reviewing available data, including projections about future waves and early results from vaccine makers.

Select data provided by the manufacturers?

Will we ever see all their raw data? Will it be kept hidden for 75 years, or will another court order be need?

Many were shocked when they finally got to see (thanks to a court order) the initial Pfizer test results.

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Posted in: NATO deems Russia its most significant and direct threat See in context

It's not that Russia is a threat to NATO. The US is using NATO and Ukraine to go after Russia. After many warnings, Russia has finally had enough and decided to fight back.

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Posted in: 1/6 hearings fuel the question: Did Trump commit a crime? See in context

Imagine you're involved in a kooky conspiracy to overthrow an election...

... and you manage to prevent its investigation and discussion...

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Posted in: Misinformation rampant when it comes to COVID-19 shots for young children See in context

Even before Omicron, plenty of experts were saying that for healthy kids, the risks of adverse effects were greater than any potential benefits. Since Omicron, it makes even less sense to vaccinate healthy kids.

But if a parent still wants to get their kids vaccinated, they should perhaps check to see if their child is already immune. A UK study found that almost all secondary students and over 80% primary students had SARSCoV2 antibodies. I don't know what the rates are elsewhere, but if a kid already has antibodies it makes zero sense to unnecessarily risk their health with these "vaccines".

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Posted in: Misinformation rampant when it comes to COVID-19 shots for young children See in context

Your link is from an organization funded heavily by the Gates foundation, which is in turn funded by an individual who benefits personally through his investments in the very companies that stand to profiteer from vaccinating anything that moves.

Yes, already in early 2019, he said he got a 20:1 return on his investments. I wonder what level he has achieved since then.

Anyone who talks publicly about health issues should mention their conflicts of interest each time they talk. There are too many unethical activities surrounding the Covid19 response....

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Posted in: Misinformation rampant when it comes to COVID-19 shots for young children See in context

Myocarditis and other cardiac problems are much more frequent, serious and dangerous after the natural infection than with any of the vaccines approved for use in children.

Top cardiologists (Peter McCullough and others) have actually reported the opposite about vaccine-induced myocarditis.

The reality is that people with deep anti-scientific bias will never accept they could be wrong...

Do you mean people with deep conflicts of interest, who would profit tremendously from the product they are defending?

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Posted in: Misinformation rampant when it comes to COVID-19 shots for young children See in context

We have agencies and media that have been captured by big pharma. They have consistently pushed the big pharma narrative while censoring and attacking any dissenting views from top experts. Fortunately, some important information has managed to be exposed through FOIA and court orders. More people are learning the truth about these "vaccines" despite the constant false accusations of spreading misinformation.

In January 2021, the CDC announced that it would regularly mine their VAERS data for safety signals and calculate proportional reporting ratios (PRRs). But in a recent response to a FOIA request, the CDC admitted they did not do any study study. Yet people continue to dismiss all the adverse effects as comparable to other vaccines, despite the data clearly showing they are off the charts and much more dangerous than any previous vaccines. No agency is seriously looking for adverse effects.

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Posted in: Relaxed mask usage guidelines barely spread among Japanese public See in context

Seems nobody wants to stick out and be the only one without a mask. Hopefully, as more people go maskless, others will feel more comfortable doing the same.

I've always gone maskless outdoors, as I realized it didn't make any sense to mask-up when outdoors. I also listened to qualified experts I trust who recommended against masking the general public, saying they should mainly be worn by those who have Covid or are treating covid patients.

@Kyo wa heiwa dayo ne: Yes, I agree!

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Posted in: For readers who are married to Japanese persons, how much does your spouse know about Japan's actions before and during World War II? See in context

How much do they "know"? The wording of the question implies that the Western description of Japan's actions are correct. I encourage my family and others to question that narrative...

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Posted in: Pfizer applies for Japanese gov't approval of booster shots for kids See in context

That is indeed a tough call, because most of the world-renowned experts do not recommend these "vaccines" for healthy kids. Those who do recommend them are health officials of captured agencies and some doctors who tend to have very serious conflicts of interest.

Do you have any reference for this or is people just supposed to believe you? the easiest found references from scientific and medical authorities clearly contradicts you.

You responded by providing references from captured agencies. My comments are mainly based on highly published (with impressive H index) and respected experts, not people who are paid to push a narrative.

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Posted in: Pfizer applies for Japanese gov't approval of booster shots for kids See in context

Let's see. Trust world-renound PhD. scientists with expertise in drug safety and efficacy, or trust a bunch of conspiracy loons from the internet?

Gee, that is a tough call. I might need a second on that one.

That is indeed a tough call, because most of the world-renowned experts do not recommend these "vaccines" for healthy kids. Those who do recommend them are health officials of captured agencies and some doctors who tend to have very serious conflicts of interest.

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Posted in: Pfizer applies for Japanese gov't approval of booster shots for kids See in context

Out of the 2.5 million confirmed cases in the under 20s in Japan, 15 have died with/from Covid.

For healthy kids, these "vaccines" clearly offer much more risk of adverse effects than any alleged potential benefit.

For vulnerable kids, vaccination might be a good idea, and it might still not be...

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Posted in: What do you think of China's zero-COVID strategy? See in context

This zero covid policy makes no sense. So this is just an excuse to control their population, as others have commented, or there is another more deadly virus going around that they have not told us about.

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Posted in: Dining without masks poses a high risk of infection. Since many people feel uneasy, it may not be realistic to eliminate silent meals all at once. See in context

That people "feel uneasy" says more about their mental health than anything else...

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