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    Sudden Adult Death Syndrome has now replaced SIDS.
    The 2022 Common Phrase Translation Guide!
    • Died Suddenly - Jabbed Recently
    • Baffled - Knows Full Well
    • Science - Fantasy
    • Disinformation - Truth Telling
    • Discredited - Witch Hunted
    • Member of Parliament - Member of WEF
    • Stops Transmission - Choccy Teapot
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    This paper in the CITE below is bad news for the COVIDIANS.
    This is a new peer-reviewed paper that has troubling news for anyone who has received multiple mRNA shots, suggesting the immune system paradoxically weakens a crucial part of its Covid response after the third jab.

    The immune shift causes the body to make relatively more of a less potent kind of antibody to Covid, displacing antibodies that attack the virus more aggressively. The change could heighten the risk of Covid infection and mean that people who are infected suffer longer and more serious illnesses.

    It may also increase the chance of certain autoimmune disorders, though that connection is more speculative.

    Worse, the researchers found evidence that being infected with Sars-Cov-2 after receiving a booster worsens rather than reverses the shift.

    The authors did not find a similar immune change in people who got other Covid vaccines, only the mRNAs.

    The findings could help tie together case reports of post-mRNA autoimmune disorders like lupus and the unending waves of Covid in highly mRNA-vaccinated countries. For example, Japan - where nearly every adult is vaccinated and boosted -set a new seven-day record for Covid deaths yesterday.

    The paper “provides a very reasonable immunologic explanation for why the mRNA vaccine booster regimens are failing,” a physician who read it emailed me. “A great paper and raises a lot of questions that should be asked. Particularly when you have empirical population-wide data that something’s not working properly.”
    One of the study’s authors acknowledged on Twitter that its findings were “very unusual,” but the paper mostly plays down their potential significance.

    Nonetheless, the findings have generated worry even among vaccine advocates. “Pfizer and Moderna better get this clarified,” tweeted Dr. Farid Jalali, in reference to a post about the study. Dr. Jalali, a California physician, recently signed a letter to the Food and Drug Administration calling for “Urgent Vaccine Access.” (He has since made his Twitter account private.)

    A group of German scientists released the research as a preprint in July, but it attracted little notice until Science Immunology formally published it on Dec. 22. It is not clear if the new interest comes because the paper has passed peer review or because Covid’s continued surge is troubling researchers.

    Like many other scientists, the German researchers measured anti-spike-protein antibodies that people produce after Covid vaccination. Both mRNA and DNA jabs cause the body’s cells to produce spike proteins like those on the surface of the coronavirus.

    Those proteins then cause the immune system to make antibodies - Y-shaped proteins that attach to pieces of the spikes. In the case of a real coronavirus infection, the vaccine-generated antibodies stick to the surface spikes on the coronavirus and keep it from attaching to our cells.

    Confirming hundreds of similar studies, the German researchers found that levels of a crucial antibody called Immunoglobulin G, or IgG, rose dramatically after the second and third mRNA doses. Those increased antibodies have been the triumph of the mRNA vaccines.

    Then the German scientists took a step other researchers had not.

    They looked at the specific subtype of IgG antibodies people had produced over time. IgG antibodies come in four subcategories, called IgG1 through IgG4. IgG1 is the most common, while IgG4 is the least, accounting for fewer than 5 percent of all IgG antibodies under normal circumstances. One 2009 review calls it an “odd antibody.”

    Most notably, unlike the other three antibodies in its class, IgG4 does little to help other immune system cells attack viral or bacterial invaders directly. Compared to the other IgGs, it rarely promotes “phagocytosis,” the process by which other immune cells “eat” the virus or bacteria to which the antibody has attached. A 2017 review found that it “plays a limited role in the immune process.”

    In fact, because it provokes a weaker immune response, IgG4 has been shown to become more common in people chronically exposed to allergens. Beekeepers famously develop higher levels of IgG4 antibodies to bee venom over time, for example.

    When the German researchers looked at the way the classes of IgG antibodies changed over time, they saw something they weren’t expecting. Shortly after a second mRNA dose, vaccinated people had almost no IgG4 spike protein antibodies. Only 0.04 percent of all the IgG antibodies were IgG4 at that point.

    But then the level of IgG4 antibodies began to rise. And they skyrocketed after the third shot, topping 19 percent about six months after that jab. In other words, they rose from 1 out of 2,500 shortly after the second shot to about 1 in 5 a few months after the third.

    In people who had been infected after receiving the third dose, the percentage of IgG4 antibodies rose even further, in some cases becoming more than half all anti-spike IgG antibodies, the researchers found.

    The researchers then checked whether the rise in IgG4 antibodies after the third dose had any appreciable effect on people’s overall ability to destroy the virus. They found it had:

    Sera taken after the third vaccination and normalized to the amount of anti-spike antibodies yielded significantly lower phagocytic scores than sera from the same donors after two immunizations.

    For people exposed to bee venom or other allergens, the rise in IgG4 can be a blessing, preventing their immune system from overreacting to repeated stimulation. But the coronavirus is not an allergen. Until our bodies clear it, they will try to attack our cells and reproduce.

    As the authors cautiously suggested: An increase in IgG4 subclasses might result in longer viral persistence in case of infection.

    To be clear, the rise in IgG4 antibodies does not mean people are unprotected from the coronavirus. The researchers found that IgG4 antibodies can still “neutralize” the viral particles - preventing them from entering cells - even if they do not begin the process of destroying them.

    Further, over time all IgG antibodies become better at attaching to the coronavirus - they have what immunologists call increased “avidity.” And the researchers did not find complete replacement of the other IgGs by IgG4 (though some people appeared to be trending that way).

    In addition, infected people typically develop a completely different second set of antibodies, called anti-nucleocapsid antibodies. Those do not prevent the virus from entering cells (because they attach to a part of the virus that is only exposed after it puts its RNA payload into cells), but they can help lessen the severity of infection, by recruiting T-cells, another part of the immune response.

    So we have other defenses.

    But if the mRNAs are truly generating broad “immune tolerance” to a virus that continues to mutate its spike and make all our anti-spike protein antibodies less potent (as Omicron has), the long-term consequences are potentially frightening.

    At the least, this paper offers more evidence that mRNA booster campaigns need to be immediately restricted. And scientists need to examine whether people with high post-vaccination levels of IgG4 antibodies are becoming sicker than people with lower levels. If they are, we need an immediate effort to look for tools to reverse or slow switching to IgG4 at the cellular level.

    Physicians will also have to be on the lookout for a spike in IgG4-related disease, which generally manifests as autoimmune disorders and is usually fairly responsive to steroids. (More to come on this issue in a future Stack.)

    But for two years we governments and the media have been almost completely unwilling to ask any hard questions about the mRNAs.

    This issue, too, will probably also be ignored - unless a future Covid wave becomes so severe that it cannot be.


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    The worst-case scenario of the after-market data we know to be true now in January 2023: the mRNA shots lead to a doom loop, robbing vaccinated people of a crucial immune system tool against the coronavirus in a way that worsens with each new infection.
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    The $1.7 TRILLION Pelosi-Schumer spending bill gave the CDC $9.2 BILLION for FY2023. Meanwhile, we still have NO answers and NO accountability for the CDC's organizational failure & total mismanagement of COVID-19. Why would anyone have voted for this?! = MONEY from lobbyists.
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    On August 27, 2021, Dr. Scott Gottlieb - a Pfizer director with over 550,000 Twitter followers - saw a tweet he didn’t like, a tweet that might hurt sales of Pfizer’s mRNA vaccines.

    The tweet explained correctly that natural immunity after Covid infection was superior to vaccine protection. It called on the White House to “follow the science” and exempt people with natural immunity from upcoming vaccine mandates.

    It came not from an “anti-vaxxer” like Robert F. Kennedy Jr., but from Dr. Brett Giroir, a physician who had briefly followed Gottlieb as the head of the Food & Drug Administration. Further, the tweet actually encouraged people who did not have natural immunity to “Get vaccinated!”

    No matter.

    By suggesting some people might not need Covid vaccinations, the tweet could raise questions about the shots. Besides being former FDA commissioner, a CNBC contributor, and a prominent voice on Covid public policy, Gottlieb was a senior board member at Pfizer, which depended on mRNA jabs for almost half its $81 billion in sales in 2021. Pfizer paid Gottlieb $365,000 for his work that year.

    Gottlieb stepped in, emailing Todd O’Boyle, a top lobbyist in Twitter’s Washington office who was also Twitter’s point of contact with the White House.

    The post was “corrosive,” Gottlieb wrote. He worried it would “end up going viral and driving news coverage.”

    (From Twitter files dump)

    This is how centralized medicine works.
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    When you see all the data flowing in regarding “Died Suddenly”….do you ask yourself if maybe Common sense died suddenly first…. or Critical thinking died suddenly…..after being injected by propaganda? https://pic.twitter.com/RcXLB026Rf
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    From Alex Berenson today:
    "An internal database from a Chicago-area medical system offers new evidence hospitals are inflating how many unvaccinated people are hospitalized for Covid.

    Many patients listed as having “unknown” Covid vaccination status and grouped with the unvaccinated are actually Covid-jabbed, the database suggests.

    The system, which includes two medium-sized suburban hospitals west of Chicago, itself acknowledges in the database that it overestimates the number of unvaccinated patients - though it does not know by how much.

    This error may sound minor and technical. In fact, it is crucial.

    Knowing how many patients are vaccinated and how many are not is the first step in figuring out if mRNA shots reduce hospitalizations from Covid.

    If hospitals are systematically misclassifying vaccinated patients as unjabbed, the endlessly repeated claim that unvaccinated people are at much higher risk of being hospitalized from Covid becomes impossible to trust, much less verify.

    Covid vaccine skeptics have pointed out this potential flaw before.

    But figures from the hospital system - called Edward-Elmhurst Health - offer new and powerful evidence it is real, from an unexpected direction.

    In an internal dashboard, Edward-Elmhurst includes Covid vaccination figures not just for Covid patients but for all patients. (Last year, Edward-Elmhurst merged with an even larger Illinois hospital system, but this database does not include the other hospitals. A hospital employee with access to it provided screenshots from it as well as proof of employment.)

    Hospitals should have no incentive to misclassify vaccination status for non-Covid patients. And as long as Covid vaccinations don’t change the odds of someone being hospitalized for non-Covid illnesses, inpatient trends should reflect vaccination levels in the broader population around the hospital.

    The two Edward-Elmhurst hospitals are located about 30 miles west of downtown Chicago, in suburban DuPage County. Even by blue-state standards, DuPage is very highly vaccinated against Covid. According to the Illinois Department of Public Health, 98.5 percent of adults over 65 in DuPage have received two or more Covid vaccine doses.

    Put another way, only 1.5 percent of country residents over 65 are unvaccinated.

    As of this morning, the two hospitals reported caring for 293 non-Covid patients over 65. Based on the local population averages, only four of those 293 should be unvaccinated.

    Yet the internal hospital system database listed 82 of those 293 non-Covid patients over 65 as having “unvaccinated or unknown” Covid vaccine status. In other words, the hospital is reporting about 20 times as many people over 65 as potentially unvaccinated as would be expected from a random sample - 82, compared to four.)

    (Friday’s Edward-Elmhurst hospital database for its NON-Covid patients - note that “Not Vaccinated/Unknown” are lumped together.)


    Why the discrepancy?

    The United States does not have a national immunization registry or single database for health-care records. To determine if patients are vaccinated, hospitals must ask them or their caregivers or examine whatever medical records they have or can access. Like many other medical systems, Edward-Elmhurst uses databases from a privately held company called Epic Systems Corporation.

    The dashboard itself warns that “vaccination status is reflecting what we have available in epic, there may be a few patients who were vaccinated out of state or in other facilities which might not be reflected in the dashboard.”

    Edward-Elmhurst does not try to define how many “a few” might be or provide more accurate figures.


    On Friday morning, Edward-Elmhurst also reported six of its 20 Covidpatients over 65 were unvaccinated or had unknown vaccination status. That’s 30 percent - a figure which almost exactly matches the percentage of the non-Covid patients who were unvaccinated or had unknown vaccination status.

    In other words, at least in this sample, the mRNA jabs appear just as effective at preventing hospitalizations from non-Covid illnesses as from Covid itself. About 30 percent of older patients are “unvaccinated” for both Covid and non-Covid diseases, while only 1.5 percent of the surrounding population is.


    The shots stop non-Covid illness too!

    Obviously, that theory is absurd. Even the biggest vaccine fanatics don’t claim that the shots cut the chance of non-Covid diseases.

    In reality, the fact that the database shows the same reduced risk in the “Not Vaccinated/Unknown” category for Covid and non-Covid patients suggests that the vaccines are doing little to reduce hospitalizations of Covid patients, at least at this point.

    Otherwise, the database would show a much higher percentage of “Not Vaccinated/Unknown” Covid patients than “Not Vaccinated/Unknown” non-Covid patients, because the real excess in risk would combine with problems in collecting accurate data on vaccine status.

    So how many of those six people are actually vaccinated? No one knows.

    Edward-Elmhurst and other hospitals that classify their data this way are not deliberately doing anything wrong.

    But when they then provide their internal figures to public health agencies that calculate how well the vaccines work, those agencies then drop the “unknown” category and classify Covid patients who are not known to be vaccinated as unvaccinated.

    Suddenly the mRNA jabs suddenly reduce the risk of Covid hospitalization by three or five or even 10 times - even though many studies show they do nothing to prevent Omicron infection. (In fact, a big new Dutch study below suggests people who received a booster may have a 30 to 60 percent higher risk of catching Omicron than the unvaccinated.)

    Public health really is magic!

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    pfrendly reminder: phraud is a pfelony.

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    Have you quit on yourself? Can you be successful by quitting your way to the top? Why haven't you made yourself your top priority? If you aren't good enough for yourself why can you be good for others? You have to persevere your way to the top no matter the obstacles life has for you! Perseverance allows us to get where we want to go. Talent provides hope for accomplishment, but perseverance guarantees it comes to fruition.

    In what areas of your life do you need to have perseverance? Keep going and give it all that you have!

    In this new podcast, I will talk to you about obstacles and how perseverance can and should operate.

    In this new podcast episode you'll learn:
    - Similarity between Circadian biology and Bitcoin
    - What does a neurosurgeon do?
    - The precaution principle
    - The \/ as an example of the precaution principle
    - Rationale for moving to El Salvador
    - Economic concentration camps
    - Centralized entities being paid to tell you lies
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    Pfizer’s bivalent Covid booster raised the risk of stroke for people over 65, according to a federal database that the government considers the gold standard for tracking vaccine side effects.

    The Centers for Disease Control said Friday afternoon it had received 130 reports of ischemic stroke in people over 65 who had received the new Pfizer jab less than three weeks before. An ischemic stroke occurs when a blood clot blocks the flow of oxygen to the brain.

    The CDC and vaccine advocates in the media immediately downplayed the potential importance of the finding. But it is only the latest to suggest that mRNA shots have serious cardiovascular risks that may increase with repeated dosing.
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