Where are the corpses?

CrowCross

Well-known member
The first sentences in this article you share are:
Note that views expressed in this opinion article are the writer’s personal views and not necessarily those of TrialSite.
Yiou see disclamers like that all the time.

The writer has done their job and connected many dots.
 

CrowCross

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Remember that **everything** at Natural News - including interviews with scientists - isn't expert advice? From Natural News:
No information on this site is intended as, or shall be construed as, legal, financial, medical or expert advice of any kind
Strangely, I couldn't find anything like that at the CDC web site.
Why would you not say that? I believe it would be against the law to provide advice on such a platform. It's a CYA
 

Fenuay

Well-known member
Yiou see disclamers like that all the time.

The writer has done their job and connected many dots.
True, but the problem is that the critics will see that and look no further into the article at all, or give it any consideration.
 

Bonnie

Super Member
Yeah some of the thoughts about what the vaccine can do are ludacris.
Yes, like the following:

1. It can make one's arm magnetic
2. It contains nanobots, so the government can track you.
3. It can turn blue tooth devices off and on.
4. It can make one infertile.
5. It can alter one's DNA.
6. It can turn one into a biological time bomb (this from Mike Adams, from Natural News)
 

Bonnie

Super Member
Part 2

From the last article:
After the Pfizer vaccine full spike proteins are expressed on the vaccinated cells for presentation to the immune system. But the vaccine-induced proteins do not appear to cause any harmful effects. This may be because the vaccine is administered in the muscle, and so muscle cells are the ones taking up the mRNA and making spike proteins. There is a vigorous immune response which neutralizes the spike proteins before they can cause any harm. This is very different from a virus replicating throughout the body.

Now Bonnie, we know that statement isn't true. Many of the spikes leake the poison jab site and travel through out the body. In some cases the spikes have causes blood clotting..to the point they had to stop the use of some of the jabs a feew month ago and put warnings on the product.

Yes, there have been warnings about possible side effects from the vaccines. But the number of people experiencing them is extremely small, when the total number of vaccines is taken into consideration. Also, covid-19 itself can cause blood clots and heart inflammation--at a higher rate than the vaccine. One article I had on here earlier said that in the final stage of the Pfizer shot, 6 people developed blood clots--and 4 of those were in the placebo group that got a harmless saline solution in the shot.

But this shows that the CDC is doing its job with the VAERS system, looking for any kind of pattern for side effects. and reporting any possible side effects.
Your "actual medical, scientific sources"...seems to be incorrect.
No, they are MOSTLY correct, because the total number of those who got inflammation after the second dose is still very small compared to the entire population that got the vaccine. And most of those cases were mild and cleared up after treatment. And they are mostly correct because one is more likely to get blood clots/myocarditis from the disease itself, since Covid-19 is mostly a vascular disease, though it can affect other organs as well, like the lungs.

But forewarned is forearmed and those getting the vaccine should simply keep an eye on themselves for possible symptoms for blood clotting and heart inflammation.

This report gives a fairly balanced view:

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/202...nk-between-myocarditis-and-covid-vaccine.html
 

CrowCross

Well-known member
Yes, like the following:

1. It can make one's arm magnetic
Confirmed
2. It contains nanobots, so the government can track you.

Eh...don't think so
3. It can turn blue tooth devices off and on.
Not true
4. It can make one infertile.
True.
5. It can alter one's DNA.
True
6. It can turn one into a biological time bomb (this from Mike Adams, from Natural News)
Probably true. Time will tell.
 

Bonnie

Super Member
But we know they won't.
I did--but one of the reasons could be that far more people decided to report any adverse reactions after getting vaccinated with the covid-19 vaccine in 2020-2021, since they are the first vaccines of this kind ever used. And because the pandemic is so serious.


After my husband and I got our vaccines, we were given a sheaf of papers which included a form to fill out to report any suspected adverse reactions to the vaccine. I have never gotten that from any other vaccine, like the flu or tetanus. When I did get a bad reaction after the second dose--bad chills, fever, muscle aches--for about 18 hours, I debated filling out the form and sending it in, but since my symptoms had already been reported many times, I didn't bother. My husband got no reaction except a red spot around the shot area, 8 days after he got the second dose, but it disappeared after a few days.

But at any rate, I am still glad I got the vaccine and so is my husband. Nearly everyone in our church of 85 people has gotten the vaccine--most are over 55--and no one has had a bad reaction, other than a sore arm and a few had the same reaction I did after the second dose.

Again, no one is saying the vaccines are 100% completely harmless. NO vaccine or medicine is. I nearly died from a bleeding ulcer back in 1990, from using Ibuprofin for severe menstrual cramps. Yet it is still sold over the counter.

But thanks for your reasoned response. :)
 

CrowCross

Well-known member
Yes, there have been warnings about possible side effects from the vaccines. But the number of people experiencing them is extremely small, when the total number of vaccines is taken into consideration.

If VAERS was reporting with 100% rather than 1% -10% you would have a point.

Also, covid-19 itself can cause blood clots and heart inflammation--at a higher rate than the vaccine. One article I had on here earlier said that in the final stage of the Pfizer shot, 6 people developed blood clots--and 4 of those were in the placebo group that got a harmless saline solution in the shot.
Red flags go up on that.....Asaline solution caused blood clots? How?
They know how the spikes can stick to the vessel walls and cause blood clots.
But this shows that the CDC is doing its job with the VAERS system, looking for any kind of pattern for side effects. and reporting any possible side effects.

The CDC is backlogged.
No, they are MOSTLY correct, because the total number of those who got inflammation after the second dose is still very small compared to the entire population that got the vaccine. And most of those cases were mild and cleared up after treatment. And they are mostly correct because one is more likely to get blood clots/myocarditis from the disease itself, since Covid-19 is mostly a vascular disease, though it can affect other organs as well, like the lungs.
Tell that to the family of the people that dies. It's estimated there are about 90,000 jab deaths. (considering the VAERS under reported deaths)
But forewarned is forearmed and those getting the vaccine should simply keep an eye on themselves for possible symptoms for blood clotting and heart inflammation.

People here...have been forewarned from the articles posted.

I wish someone would come out with something to do if you have already received the jab to protect yourself.
 

Bonnie

Super Member
Confirmed

No.
Eh...don't think so

I have read that, at the beginning of when the vaccines were becoming available. But the needles used are far too tiny to allow nanobots to pass.

Of course it isn't true, but a poster on here did have a video some guy whose blue tooth devices turned on and off, after he got his AstraZeneca shot. He was in a bar and demonstrated it to the bartender. One of the silliest things I ever saw on here, which could obviously have been staged.

False--a number of women got pregnant during the Pfizer and Moderna trials--and there were several miscarriages--all in the placebo group.

Utterly false. There is nothing in the vaccine that could possibly alter our DNA. Reread what I posted.
Probably true. Time will tell.
You don't know and no one else does, either. But you are correct; time will tell. But I am not going to go around being anxious about it. As a very dear friend of mine has told me, "Don't worry about it. You did what you and your husband thought was right and best. That is all anyone can do. Remember--we are in Jesus' hands."


Now, God bless you and sustain you. :)
 

CrowCross

Well-known member

All those videos..are made up..fakes...or all the videos had sweaty skin?

Have you tried it on yourself or your husband?

Do you understand the theories as to why it may work?

What I also saw was a guy placing a lightbulb next to the poison jab site and the light lighted. Pretty convincing for the gullible. What I did was go to a magic catalog and looked for that trick and found the exact same lightbulb.
I have read that, at the beginning of when the vaccines were becoming available. But the needles used are far too tiny to allow nanobots to pass.

The mRNA is inside nano-particles capsules. They seem to make it through your needles.
Of course it isn't true, but a poster on here did have a video some guy whose blue tooth devices turned on and off, after he got his AstraZeneca shot. He was in a bar and demonstrated it to the bartender. One of the silliest things I ever saw on here, which could obviously have been staged.

I don't believe it's possible...to much electronics involved.

Do you still have a link to the video?
False--a number of women got pregnant during the Pfizer and Moderna trials--and there were several miscarriages--all in the placebo group.

You make it sound like the poison jab help women with their pregnancy...considering the miscarriages only happened to the placebi group. That one I'll red flag.
Utterly false. There is nothing in the vaccine that could possibly alter our DNA. Reread what I posted.

The mRNA sequence can become part of your DNA. Not will but can. I've had it explained how but forget the big words used. If I can find the article or video I'll post it for you.
You don't know and no one else does, either. But you are correct; time will tell. But I am not going to go around being anxious about it. As a very dear friend of mine has told me, "Don't worry about it. You did what you and your husband thought was right and best. That is all anyone can do. Remember--we are in Jesus' hands."
Yup. Matt 24 says...See that you are not alarmed, for this must take place, but the end is not yet.

Now, God bless you and sustain you. :)
 

Authentic Nouveau

Well-known member
Sorry, but my links came from actual medical, scientific sources, not Natural News, or Brighteon videos. My links are loaded with other links one can follow to other reports the article is based upon.
You have a pattern of using crazy sources.

List 7 reasons your "sources' were unable to verify Fao Chi lying in February 2020.
You are not a scientist.

I have never been to Natural News. What is that?
 

Authentic Nouveau

Well-known member
The poison jabs have been administered to billions of people. Why aren't there mile-high piles of dead bodies?
Where are the 2 Million dead in America from Chiner Fru predicted by Fao Chi?

Why did he make a false claim? Why do dishonest left wingers prop up his false claims?

6% of the 600,000 deaths labeled as pertaining to Chiner Fru ( developed by your atheist bros in Wuhan) died because of the flu and no other health issues.
 

Algor

Well-known member
Yes, like the following:

1. It can make one's arm magnetic
2. It contains nanobots, so the government can track you.
3. It can turn blue tooth devices off and on.
4. It can make one infertile.
5. It can alter one's DNA.
6. It can turn one into a biological time bomb (this from Mike Adams, from Natural News)
I think it turns the frogs gay too, doesn’t it?
 

Bonnie

Super Member
Yiou see disclamers like that all the time.

The writer has done their job and connected many dots.
Not on actual, legitimate medical and science-based websites and journals. No need.

Look, we all make choices in this life, based on the best available, accurate information, and do what we think is best, then live with it. I am not going to spend the rest of my life worrying about the vaccine, but live the life Jesus sees fit to give me, in joy and peace, and thank Him for each day He grants me, with my husband, daughter, her family, and our extended family and friends. :)
 

Fenuay

Well-known member
I did--but one of the reasons could be that far more people decided to report any adverse reactions after getting vaccinated with the covid-19 vaccine in 2020-2021, since they are the first vaccines of this kind ever used. And because the pandemic is so serious.


After my husband and I got our vaccines, we were given a sheaf of papers which included a form to fill out to report any suspected adverse reactions to the vaccine. I have never gotten that from any other vaccine, like the flu or tetanus. When I did get a bad reaction after the second dose--bad chills, fever, muscle aches--for about 18 hours, I debated filling out the form and sending it in, but since my symptoms had already been reported many times, I didn't bother. My husband got no reaction except a red spot around the shot area, 8 days after he got the second dose, but it disappeared after a few days.

But at any rate, I am still glad I got the vaccine and so is my husband. Nearly everyone in our church of 85 people has gotten the vaccine--most are over 55--and no one has had a bad reaction, other than a sore arm and a few had the same reaction I did after the second dose.

Again, no one is saying the vaccines are 100% completely harmless. NO vaccine or medicine is. I nearly died from a bleeding ulcer back in 1990, from using Ibuprofin for severe menstrual cramps. Yet it is still sold over the counter.

But thanks for your reasoned response. :)
I'm surprised you did. I didn't. I'm just getting to the point that I'm tired of all the negativity surrounding public safety. Sure there are risks with everything but not everything is some government conspiracy to kill us.

I had the same experience with Ibuprofen for the same reason!!!! And my doctor told me to take 1000mg a day or twice a day as needed for my cramps. A few years went by and they FINALLY did a sonogram and I had three cysts twisted around my right ovary. Could have spared me the bleeding ulcers if they had just checked.
 
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