Fed Whistleblower Vaccine Dangers!

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It nice to see Klaus dressing the part of an Illuminati acolyte.
He looks like someone that would show up at ComiCon.
 

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Oh. A "climate change" huckster.
Yeah a bit more than that. Founder and chairman World Economic Forum. Wrote a book on Covid 19 the Great Reset published July 9, 2020.... wow they can develop and publish a book quickly when a plandemic occurs:rolleyes:. Kind of an Anton LaVey looking feller and probably former follower.
 

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Yeah a bit more than that. Founder and chairman World Economic Forum. Wrote a book on Covid 19 the Great Reset published July 9, 2020.... wow they can develop and publish a book quickly when a plandemic occurs:rolleyes:. Kind of an Anton LaVey looking feller and probably former follower.
Yeah I saw all that. Still a globalist scumbag. I'm not much impressed with his resume'.
 

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I don't know why anybody pays any attention to VAERS. As I understand it, anyone can report stuff to it, and they just accept it without any verification whatsoever. Seems like the Wikipedia of medical information.
I mentioned this somewhere else, but a doctor tested the system. He reported an MMR vaccine turned him into the Incredible Hulk. They contacted him for more info and he admitted it was just a test. They still needed his permission to remove it.

With so many people against this vaccine, I have to believe the numbers are inaccurate. The question is how inaccurate?
 
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I mentioned this somewhere else, but a doctor tested the system. He reported an MMR vaccine turned him into the Incredible Hulk. They contacted him for more info and he admitted it was just a test. They still needed his permission to remove it.

With so many people against this vaccine, I have to believe the numbers are inaccurate. The question is how inaccurate?
I'd read that too, and it may have been your post that I read. I don't see it as a valid source of data.
 

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In the first 2 minutes of the video they’re talking about the patients heart failure not being reported. How do you rely on data when they skew the data? That’s the whole point.
This is a series of videos, and I'll post each and every one in this thread when they are released. Whether or not people see the light in the current darkness is unknown, a moment in time to hope and pray for. Will people continue to ride the tyranny train? As a few have stated, there's nothing new under the Sun. I still believe there's positive monumental changes ahead in the near future!
 

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In the first 2 minutes of the video they’re talking about the patients heart failure not being reported. How do you rely on data when they skew the data? That’s the whole point.
Anecdotal evidence. If you believe in conspiracies, this is just another one to add to the microthermite used on 9-11.

I tend to believe that it averages out when large numbers are involved. It isn't specifically correct but, on average, the numbers are reported by those who have no reason to tell a lie.

Even if all the breakthrough infection deaths were heart failures, that doesn't really change the fact that breakthrough infections are about 5% of those hospitalized and about 6% of those that died from Covid.

But, if you like anecdotes, here is one (of many) that lean the other way:

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What possible motive could there be for encouraging people not to take the vaccine?
Several.

Cognitive dissonance & confirmation bias - "I have a position, therefore I will seek out information to confirm it, and try to influence others."
(I thought there was a stance on INGO to let everyone decide for themselves. But here is, "the vaccine is evil, tell everyone!")

There are people genuinely convinced it's a nefarious plot for control. In that case I can't fault anyone for trying to get people to not take the vaccine.

I mean, if you were convinced soylent green is people, wouldn't you try to tell others and convince them not to eat it?


In some cases, it's pure power - "We're so powerful we can make be get a vaccine!"
"Oh yeah? We're so influential we can convince them it's poison!"
 

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In the first 2 minutes of the video they’re talking about the patients heart failure not being reported. How do you rely on data when they skew the data? That’s the whole point.
This is pretty much what it boils down to. Veritas isn't really exposing anything new here, frontline workers have been trying to blow the whistle for months and months about how much suffering they're seeing come in the door because of the vaccine and how they're being pressured by higher-ups not to report it to VAERS.

Data is being suppressed. The media airs nonstop propaganda stories, only acknowledging adverse reactions when they happen to sheep who dutifully bleat "get vaccinated anyway!" into the camera. We're never going to be allowed to have real data, and even if we did, they'd just deny and discredit it and keep on injectin'.
 

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