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Posted in: Study: Vaccinated people can carry as much virus as others See in context

withholding vaxes from children is child abuse. Esp. since children seem to be the most vulnerable

!!!!

Children are the LEAST vulnerable to Covid19.

And regarding vaccinating children, the risks outweigh the benefits.

If anything, vaccinating kids is child abuse.

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Posted in: Study: Vaccinated people can carry as much virus as others See in context

Why is critical information on the public health of the entire planet only available when "leaked"?

What else are they withholding??

Like the vaccine biodistribution studies sent by Pfizer to Japanese regulators that were only made public after Canadian doctors obtained them with a FOIA request.

Seems they decision makers don't really care about our health.

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Posted in: Study: Vaccinated people can carry as much virus as others See in context

This confirms the theory that the vaccinated are actually the silent superspreaders

Correct.

They are forcing these experimental vaccines on everyone "to stop the spread", but they have been shown to be quite useless. But no matter what evidence shows up, these experts will never admit these self-evident facts.

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Posted in: Olympic gymnastics champ Hashimoto responds to scoring criticism See in context

Hashimoto's only mistake is that he read the social media comments. Someone will always complain.

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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. 

Ivermectin and other meds are just as effective, but not as deadly. Time to let the people have access to these meds.

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

Health authorities have warned that even though the COVID-19 vaccines are incredibly effective -- the Pfizer and Moderna ones about 95% against symptomatic infection in studies -- they’re not perfect.

95% effective in "studies", but in the real world their effectiveness is muc lower.

U.S. hospitalizations and deaths are nearly all among the unvaccinated, and real-world data from Britain and Israel support that protection against the worst cases remains strong. 

The "nearly all among the unvaccinated" only applies to the US!

100% of vaccine deaths (many thousands) come from vaccinated people.

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Posted in: COVID-19 cases in U.S. triple over 2 weeks amid misinformation See in context

There are still many pathetic ignorant antiscience clowns who are doing a lot of damage with their misinformation, with which they are killing people, they should send them to jail..

Yeah, like the antiscience clowns who continue to claim that ivermectin and other drugs don't work, despite the mounting scientific evidence saying they are safe and effective. These drugs could have saved many lives.

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Posted in: UK health chief tests positive for virus as Britain tightens restrictions on France travel See in context

I bet he got meds that the general public does not have access to.

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Posted in: German soccer team cuts short Olympic warmup after alleged racist abuse See in context

“If one of our players is racially abused, it’s not an option for us to keep playing,” Germany coach Stefan Kuntz said.

What happened to "sticks and stones..."? Kuntz is such a .....

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

One thing is that the vaccine have the same effects as other minor stimulus in menstrual cycles,

But Pfizer's own data shows that the vaccine components accumulate at high levels in the ovaries, the cold virus and other stressors do not.

I strongly recommended my kids not to get the vax, especially for my daughter.

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

What is not valid is to try to deceive others (or even himself) by pretending their personal reasons are logical or rational, because that means spreading misinformation.

For once I am in complete agreement, but I don't think it is being addressed to the right people.

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

Anti vaxxers all use the same sites the same few so-called experts no solid research papers, no peer reviewed material and a lot of "watch this YouTube".....

If you bothered visiting these sites you would have noticed that they do include real experts and they discuss solid peer-reviewed research.

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

"What has been scientifically proven is that mRNA components accumulate to high levels soon after injection. There have also been several reports of more severe or longer menstruations following vaccination.

how do they compare with what is observed in for example common cold barely symptomatic infections? do you believe that the common cold causes infertility?

"We are obviously not being honestly informed by gov. agencies and MSM, we only get constant vax advertisements."

Do any of the sources you mention contradict the consensus of science? because if not then what you consider dishonest is actually the best source of information available.

The above information comes from Pfizer's own data, provided to regulators, neither of which informed the public about this very important information!

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

"There is absolutely no scientific evidence that the coronavirus vaccines will cause infertility," Taro Kono, the minister in charge of Japan's inoculation effort, said on his blog last month.

This is an example of internet misinformation.

What has been scientifically proven is that mRNA components accumulate to high levels soon after injection. There have also been several reports of more severe or longer menstruations following vaccinations.

Only time will tell whether the vax can cause infertility.

Internet information fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people

Yes, much better title!

We are obviously not being honestly informed by gov. agencies and MSM, we only get constant vax advertisements.

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

Well be happy they aren't handing out jabs of J&J and Astra - those appear to be seriously flawed in their design.

They all are.

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Posted in: Japanese governors call for sufficient COVID-19 vaccine supply See in context

What, those same old people with preexisting conditions were not given annual flu vaccines?

How many of them were? how closely were they being watched?

So you think that many of those old people who received the covid vax never received at least one flu shot?

It is quite well established that these covid vaxes are at least as dangerous as typical ones, and the data suggests they are more dangerous. It might still be worth the risk for many of us but it is difficult to take seriously anyone who says that there are no adverse reactions or deaths from the covid vaxes (i.e. the numbers are the same as the unvaxxed)!

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Posted in: Japanese governors call for sufficient COVID-19 vaccine supply See in context

The data from VAERS is also very telling: there have been more adverse reactions and deaths linked to the Covid-19 vaccines (within a few months) than all of the other vaccines put together over the past 30 years!

Wow, almost as if a massive vaccination effort was done in people with many preexisting conditions,

What, those same old people with preexisting conditions were not given annual flu vaccines.

The important part? that the numbers are not different from unvaccinated people

No, that is false and the product of trying to reject scientific conclusions without the necessary evidence.

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Posted in: Pfizer to seek OK for 3rd vaccine dose; shots still protect See in context

"Well, fact is, the side effects from these experimental mRNA vaccines are off the chart"

That is false, since the important side effects are still the same as unvaccinated people they are obviously not vaccine related.

That is obviously false, the important side effects are much more frequent than all other vaxes put together over the past decades. The side effects are off the charts.

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Posted in: Spain races to vaccinate young people as infections surge See in context

Die the day after or a week after getting vaccine? thats not related to the vaccine at all! just coincidence!

Refreshing to see someone get this simple concept.

Of course, it could be a coincidence, but we would not expect these coincidences to be so much more frequent for covid vax than for other vaxes. So the vast majority of reported covid vax deaths and adverse reactions must be caused by the vax.

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Posted in: Spain races to vaccinate young people as infections surge See in context

@Blacklabel

That's right, choosing to not get the vaccine is 100% effective at preventing vaccine death.

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Posted in: Spain races to vaccinate young people as infections surge See in context

"If those adverse effects (including death) were not caused by the vaccine, why would these effects be so much higher after just a few months of Covid-19 vaccinations than for all of the other vaccines put together over the past 30 years? If the deaths and other adverse effects be unrelated to vaccinations, why are they so much more frequent with the Covid19 vaccines?"

What would you think if someone panicked because after following the consumers of diapers he found out that users of adult diapers died 800 times more compared with users of baby diapers and says adult diapers are killing people? you are making that same mistake.

Strange analogy, but OK lets go with it.

The VAERS includes all the flu vaccines given to old people (adult diapers) over the years, and their adverse effects are much less frequent than for Covid vax.

Sorry but covid vax are not as safe as other vax.

Pretend that they are safe at your own risk.

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Posted in: Indonesia in oxygen emergency as Delta variant wreaks global havoc See in context

Dunno why there's people who'd let the virus spread, especially uncontrolled -

Are there such people? Where?

Dunno why there's people who would not treat infected people with old safe drugs that have been proven to reduce hospitalization and death.

The results from Brazil, according to the local experts, are the opposite of what terribly preliminary studies misrepresent, your reference could not even prove that the people in regions without "distribution" did not have access to the drug

Do you have a reference for that?

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Posted in: Indonesia in oxygen emergency as Delta variant wreaks global havoc See in context

Indonesia just authorized the use of ivermectin for the treatment of covid19. I am looking forward to seeing the results of that.

There are many studies that have shown its effectiveness in different parts of the world, where they distributed large amounts of ivermectin to their population in some cities or regions and observed large and rapid decreases in cases while neighboring regions did not.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8088823/

I think Indonesia should also hand out vitamin D supplements (without gelatin), this is especially important for Indonesia since most women (Muslim) have extremely low sun exposure.

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Posted in: Indonesia imposes tougher curbs as virus cases skyrocket See in context

@HNemui

There is a good debate here

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DCpiHHG0R2k

Note that RCTs are not always the best option.

@virusrex

Brazil showed very good results in those limited areas where this treatment was followed.

I hope the treatment will be widespread throughout Indonesia.

This is especially important for Indonesia since most women have extremely low sun exposure.

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Posted in: Europe in vaccination race against COVID-19's delta variant See in context

Unvaccinated people are a threat to everybody else, much minor to vaccinated people,

Vaccinated people can still transmit, but many think they can't which makes this overconfidence quite dangerous.

but there are obviously some patients that can't be vaccinated for valid reasons (more than their imagination) for which the dangers are very real.

That's right, the dangers of vaccines are very real. We should not risk the health and life of the young and healthy for the few who can't vaccinate.

Vaccines have been tested to the standards used in previous vaccines without problem,

That is false. Testing was rushed and long term effects are not yet known. They have only been authorized for emergency use.

and they reduce the risk of complications and death, that is a perfectly logical reason.

Not for young healthy people. It is perfectly logical for young healthy people to not get the vax.

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Posted in: Indonesia imposes tougher curbs as virus cases skyrocket See in context

Indonesia just authorised the use of ivermectin for the treatment of covid19. I am looking forward to seeing the results of that.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 673 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,751 See in context

@Raw Beer: You are totally ignoring the fact that Vaccines are keeping people out of hospital and from dying. Fact. Infection Rate in UK... High. Those now in ICU.. Low.

Did you bother reading Raw Beer's post?

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Posted in: Australians debate vaccine risks See in context

Still the paper already got an expression of concern for its low quality.

I checked your link. They basically did not accept the adverse effects or deaths that occured soon after vaccination were caused by the vaccine. Some never accept that the sdverse reactions are caused by the vaccine.

Someone should submit letters of concern saying that we must not assume that the deaths of infected patients were cause by the virus.

 That would be like saying a drunk driver that killed children on an accident and caught behind the wheel have done nothing wrong until it is sentenced.

Naah, a better analogy would be a drunk driver testing positive (experiment) and being convicted in court (peer review), but then some random nameless person saying there is no proof the alcohol had anything to do with the accident.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 714 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,821 See in context

That is the case fatality rate, the actual infection fatality rate is much lower as many infections go undetected (i.e. never confirmed).

According to John Ioannidis, globally the average IFR is 0.15%. In Asia/Africa it's 0.05-0.1%.

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Posted in: Japan to ask athletes from India, 5 other countries for more COVID-19 tests See in context

The example of Brazil is useful precisely because it demonstrate that even if the treatment is widely available and used that did not protected the population, and proponents have failed to explain why. 

Some cities or regions of Brazil (not the entire country) distributed large amounts of ivermectin to their population and observed large and rapid decreases in cases while neighboring regions did not.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8088823/

Japan could easily achieve similar results, or maybe even just distributing it in the Kanto region during and right after the Olympics, at least offer it to the athletes, staff and volunteers.

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