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Xyclon C, Successor to Xyclon B?
Yes, the “C” stands for “Covid,” just as you guessed.
We now appear to have a slow, grinding vaccine holocaust starting in our midst, initially characterized by the “louder” immediate deaths from the shot – sudden heart attacks, youth dying, etc., but we now are starting to see larger numbers of slow, less visible deaths and serious injuries from antibody-dependent enhancement, or ADE (also known as PIE, or paradoxical immune enhancement). In layman’s terms, ADE is where the shot seriously “messes up” your immune system, creating massive amounts of cellular havoc, leading to incredible numbers of people injured or killed, but from multiple different means. Think “death of a thousand cuts” – which quite fittingly was developed by the Chinese, and called Lingchi, or in simplified Chinese: 凌迟; this was a form of torture and execution used in China from around 900 AD, until it ended just over 100 years ago.
We also can’t forget the possibility of a silent death of babies that simply were never born. The Nazis used Xyclon-B in World War II to kill perhaps millions in typical Nazi–style: quiet, efficient, and almost sanitary… and all run by doctors with well-manicured nails that attended opera after a hard day at “work.” Should we not expect the same from their successors, today’s fasco-Marxists? I propose to call it Xyclon-C, as the next generation (New! Improved! as Madison Avenue might say) of death agent.
Continuing with the theme from last week, ‘Fertility and Covid: The Needle & the Narrative,’ I want to drill deeper into the issue of fertility.
Girls are born with all the eggs they will ever have. Does the shot damage them? Truth is, we don’t really know. And for those women (I make the assumption here that men identifying as “women,” such as Bruce Jenner, don’t have to worry) who are considering the shot, I can only repeat Clint Eastwood’s question from yesteryear: “So punk, d’ya feel lucky? Well, do ya?” If you are young and getting a shot for a virus that has virtually zero chance of killing you – particularly if you keep your Vitamin D at healthy levels (see your doctor for that) – you may well need that luck.
HealthImpact told us a few months ago, citing from the National Vaccine Information Center, that “There have been 2,433 fetal deaths recorded in VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) from pregnant women who have been injected with one of the COVID-19 shots. The vast majority of these have been from the Pfizer shot (1,862 deaths), and the Moderna shot (656 deaths.) There have been more fetal deaths in the past 11 months following COVID-19 shots than there have been for the past 30+ years following ALL vaccines. That total, per MedAlerts.org, was updated on Dec. 24, 2021, and found 5,258 cases of some type of abortion, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, or the like.
Recall that historically, all other vaccines have had a black box warning at five deaths, and pulled from the market at 50. So, what gives? It couldn’t be the Bernie Madoff-esque money, could it? Or perhaps just some mere depopulation agenda… all, of course, for the “greater good.” (Most genocides always use that “greater good” gambit, from Kim Il Sung to Pol Pot to Stalin to Hitler… and now it appears the same “logic” is coming from our modern Spartiate leaders.
Abortion numbers: Lies, Damned Lies, and Vaccine Statistics
Impact on fertility is a big driver in the whole equation. October 2021, the New England Journal of Medicine admitted in Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons (thanks, NEJM, but you can use pregnant women) that the study used to justify the CDC and FDA in recommending the shots to pregnant women was flawed. These findings were corroborated in a New Zealand study, Spontaneous Abortions and Policies on COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Use During Pregnancy which showed a cumulative incidence of spontaneous abortion ranging from 82% (104/127) to 91% (104/114), 7–8 times higher than the original authors’ results.
Even with these numbers, the shots are still “safe and effective. Heck, “only” perhaps “82% to 91% of pregnant women will suffer miscarriages if their unborn child is less than 20 weeks old” per the Kiwi study. And of course, breastfeeding babies are dying and becoming sick following mothers’ COVID shots in massive numbers.
Miscarriage and stillbirth data from Nov. 12, 2021, showed there were 2,620 cases of fetal death or stillbirth among women who received a COVID-19 injection reported to the VAERS (which as you know, only captures 1 – 10% of actual issues). Health Impact News ran the same VAERS search, but this time excluded COVID-19 injections — to look for fetal deaths in women who had been vaccinated with any vaccine other than a COVID-19 jab over the last 30+ years. Here’s what Brian Shilhavy reported in his article entitled 2,620 Dead Babies in VAERS After COVID Shots – More Fetal Deaths in 11 Months than Past 30 Years Following ALL Vaccines as Scotland Begins Investigation. We are currently on pace to see a yearly total of 2,838 recorded fetal deaths following COVID-19 shots, while the yearly average of recorded fetal deaths following the vaccination of pregnant women for the past 30 years has been an average of 74 fetal deaths per year. Shilhavy also adds that in shot-happy Scotland, as reported here by BBC, there has also experienced an unusual rise in infant death rates. During September 2021, at least 21 babies under 4 weeks old died — a rate of 4.9 per 1,000 births. The average death rate among newborns in Scotland is about 2 per 1,000 births. Public Health Scotland (PHS), which is investigating the deaths, stated in the BBC article, Exceeding the upper control limit indicates there is a higher likelihood that there are factors beyond random variation that may have contributed to the number of deaths,” adding that there was “currently no indication of links between these deaths and Covid-19 infection.
Pfizer Whistle-blower to the Rescue
Dr. Michael Yeadon, former senior VP at Pfizer, turned whistle-blower, wrote about the fertility issue. I’m in favor of all modes of new medical treatments, whether they’re biologicals or vaccines, small molecules, creams, sprays, ointments, whatever, but I’m fervently against unsafe medicines or medicines used in an inappropriate context. Some of the things I’m going to say are not favorable to the current crop of gene-based vaccines, and it’s [because] they’re being inappropriately used. I don’t think they have a sufficient safety profile to be used as a sort of wide-spectrum public health prophylactic … one of my former supervisors said that I had a remarkable facility that stood out above the sort of ordinary things you’d have to do to be a vice president or a CEO. He said I was able to spot patterns in sparse data earlier than my peers. So, when there’s not enough data for most people to judge what was going on, I would often be able to see it. I could see a pattern forming when there wasn’t quite enough information … On this occasion, it allowed me, quite quickly, to work out that what we were being told about this virus and what we needed to do in order to stay safe was simply not true. Yes, this applies to pregnant women too.
Truth is, doctors are not perfect, and science is a process, not a final destination we have arrived at. That’s why most of us get second opinions for serious matters – health care is part art, and part science. Most doctors take the Hippocratic Oath seriously, but science should be based on experimentation and skepticism, not “knowledge lockdowns” and electronic book burning by non-medical types at Twitter, Facebook, and Google. Are we back to 150 years ago when doctor Ignaz Semmelweis was drummed out the medical profession by insisting his doctors wash their hands between patients, and phrenology (the study of bumps on the head) was standard fare in medicine?
In fact, similar to today, Hungarian Semmelsweisz (alternate spelling) was placed in charge of obstetrics at Vienna General Hospital in 1846, and was trying to solve the issue of puerperal (childbirth) fever. He hit on the idea of handwashing, and within a short time, mortality dropped from 13% to 2%. But exactly as we see today with hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, even simple vitamin D relative to the Covid virus, he was ignored, then later went crazy and was committed to an asylum, dying at age 47 in 1865. Unknown is whether Fauci’s great grandfather might have been in the Vienna Hospital’s administration. Science didn’t catch up with Semmelweis until decades after this death.
Janci Chunn Lindsay: Molecular Biologist on the Shot and Fertility
Janci Chunn Lindsay, Ph.D., a molecular biologist, and toxicologist, in discussing ovaries, female reproductive issues, etc., is concerned that the COVID jabs will cross-react with syncytin (a retroviral envelope protein) and reproductive genes in sperm, ova, and placenta in ways that may impair fertility and reproductive outcomes… not to mention that important animal studies that help ascertain toxic and systemic effects were not done. At present, not a single study has disproven the syncytin hypothesis. Preliminary safety results of mRNA COVID shots used in pregnant women, published in April 2021, revealed an 82% miscarriage rate when the jab was administered during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. Note that Lindsay is the one who helped develop a contraceptive vaccine in the 1990s that ended up causing unintended autoimmune destruction and sterility in animals which, despite careful pre-analysis, had not been predicted. Lindsay says about that: We were developing what was meant to be a temporary contraceptive vaccine, which was very attractive because it prevented fertilization rather than preventing implantation — or it should have; that was the idea. Unfortunately, even though quite a bit of analysis was done in different animal models to make sure that it did not have an autoimmune action, it did end up having an autoimmune action and caused complete ovarian destruction. Clint Eastwood’s “So, d’ya feel lucky, punk” rides again.
Another theory Lindsay discusses is how the Covid injections might impair fertility can be found in a 2006 study at Research Gate, which showed sperm can take up foreign mRNA, convert it into DNA, and release it as little pellets (plasmids) in the medium around the fertilized egg. The embryo then takes up these plasmids and carries them (sustains and clones them into many of the daughter cells) throughout its life, even passing them on to future generations. It’s possible that the pseudo-exosomes that are the mRNA contents would be perfect for supplying the sperm with mRNA for the spike protein. So, potentially, a vaccinated woman who gets pregnant with an embryo that can (via the sperms’ plasmids) synthesize the spike protein according to the instructions in the vaccine, would have an immune capacity to attack that embryo because of the “foreign” protein it displays on its cells. This then would cause a miscarriage. We could potentially be sterilizing an entire generation, Lindsey warned.
Read that again:
We could potentially be sterilizing an entire generation. All to stop a virus that has close to zero mortality in young women. Lindsay warns that the fact that there have been live births following COVID-19 vaccination is not proof that these injections do not have a reproductive effect, she said. Menstrual irregularities and vaginal hemorrhaging in women who have received the injections number in the thousands, and this too hints at reproductive effects.
Mercola also cites the preliminary safety results of mRNA COVID shots used in pregnant women, based on data from the V-Safe Registry, published in The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) in April 2021. According to this paper, the miscarriage rate within the first 20 weeks of pregnancy was 12.5%, which is only slightly above the normal average of 10%. Medical News Today says the risk of miscarriage drops from an average risk rate of 21.3% for the duration of the pregnancy as a whole to just 5% between Weeks 6 and 7, all the way down to 1% between Weeks 14 and 20.) However, much like counting votes in Arizona’s last election, there’s a problem with this calculation, as highlighted by Drs. Ira Bernstein and Sanja Jovanovic. In a May 28, 2021, letter to the editor, they pointed out that:
In table 4, the authors report a rate of spontaneous abortions <20 weeks (SA) of 12.5% (104 abortions/827 completed pregnancies). However, this rate should be based on the number of women who were at risk of an SA due to vaccine receipt and should exclude the 700 women who were vaccinated in their third trimester (104/127 = 82%).
Thus, say, Bernstein and Jovanovic, if you exclude women who got the shot in their third trimester (since the third trimester is after week 20 and therefore should not be counted when determining miscarriage rate among those injected before week 20), the miscarriage rate is a whopping 82%. Of those 104 miscarriages, 96 of them occurred before 13 weeks of gestation, which strongly suggests that getting a COVID shot during the first trimester is an absolute recipe for disaster.
Lindsay summarizes the legerdemain of the vax happy nuts: They concluded, very fraudulently, in my estimation, that it was safe to vaccinate in the third trimester, and said nothing about the clear safety signal in the first trimester. It’s just so dishonest, so purposefully manipulative.
As for the women who get the shot in their third trimester, Lindsay warns there’s still no telling what the ramifications might be in the long term. We just don’t know, and that’s the problem. There are all kinds of things that can go wrong with these types of therapies and have gone wrong in animal models. We don’t know what will happen in the future for these women or for their children. This could be passed on. We’re now seeing a lot of mention of constitutive expression, whether that’s a failure of the mRNA to degrade or integration into the genome. That’s still being investigated.
Lindsay also cites a Singaporean study that examined the COVID jab’s ability to interfere with fertility by triggering anti-syncytin- 1. The study included 15 women, two of whom were pregnant:
They did something that I had asked to be done a long time ago, which was to measure anti-syncytin antibodies in an ELISA test. The syncytins are conformationally and genetically similar to the [SARS-CoV-2] spike protein, this fusogenic spike protein. The thought by several experts was that you could have an autoimmune reaction to the syncytins by developing an immune reaction to the spike protein, and then that would prevent successful pregnancy. But the syncytins are also important in a number of psychological diseases, such as bipolar depression. They’re important on autoimmune disease, lupus, and multiple sclerosis. They are present in skeletal muscle. There’s some association with breast cancer. They’re really important ancient retroviral elements. What this study found was extremely interesting. It found that every single one of these women who had been vaccinated developed autoantibodies to syncytin-1. Now, the authors kind of dismissed this and said, ‘Oh, but we don’t think that those antibodies were high enough to mean anything.’ But there was a clear difference between the pre-gene therapy sera [blood sample] and the post-therapy sera … What it shows is that there is an antibody response, and the significance of it, we don’t really know. But every single one of the women developed an antibody response that was different from the baseline … and I think that’s probably what’s causing some of these pregnancy losses.
Are the shots a population control subterfuge? Lindsay says: I certainly think that to discount that it is a form of population-wide contraceptive would be naïve. There’s a paper that came out in 2005. It’s called ‘Evaluation of Fusogenic Trophoblast Surface Epitopes as Targets for Immune Contraception.’ This paper tried to find contraceptive peptides in persons that had infertility problems already that were isolated to placentation. So, it was taking a backwards approach, getting the sera from people who had fertility problems and trying to see what they had antibodies to that was causing the fertility problems …This work was sponsored by the WHO and the Rockefeller Foundation [and the National Institutes of Health]. No surprise there. It was then picked up by a company called AplaGen that took it to patent in 2007. These are 12-mer peptides, and there’s a series of eight of them that can be used to induce sterility. When they patented it, they also said that it could be used to ameliorate sterility. Interestingly, it was also associated with all of the things that we know syncytin is associated with, — lupus, skeletal muscle disorders, bipolar depression [and] a number of other things. Even though they don’t name syncytin proteins as the proteins that are targeted, they worked backwards from these peptides, and then said they were a series of other proteins. Sometimes we know that proteins can be called the same thing in different discovery realms. So, that’s going to take more research, but it was certainly interesting to me. What it really points out is that there were efforts to use peptides or immunocontraceptive means at the placental trophoblast interface to cause sterilization … So, it would be naïve to think that this was not on the plate for future use.”
How long will the shot effects last if a young woman gets one? Simply put, we still don’t really know. Lindsay says the mRNA is very fragile, which is why a nano lipid with a polyethylene glycol delivery system is used. In addition, about 30% of the mRNA has been genetically modified to decrease degradation. As a result, the mRNA being injected is magnitudes sturdier than natural mRNA. What’s more, the nanoliposomes allow for superior penetration into tissues, and we now know it spreads throughout your body. Yes, that includes your uterus. It doesn’t stay in your deltoid. However, how long this modified and stabilized mRNA remains viable is still unknown. A corollary question is whether this mRNA might be integrated into your genome to become a permanent fixture. Per Lindsay: The answer is, we don’t know for sure. Of course, with the adenoviral vector vaccines [Janssen and AstraZeneca], they’re more prone to integration into the genome. We know that from animal studies and past experiments. With the mRNA technology, we’ve never stabilized something like this in this manner. What we do know is that recent studies have come out — Bruce Patterson’s group and another group — both came out with the finding that the spike protein is being expressed, [it’s] present on monocytes, as far out as from the time that the people were given the gene therapy. So, that gives us an indication that it is resistant, for sure, to degradation. The longer it stays around, and is resistant to degradation, the more likely that genomic integration events can occur. But I don’t know the answer to whether or not it will become a permanent feature.” Lindsay then adds, “If all these gene therapies do is lessen the diseases, then they’re not a vaccine; they are a treatment. You have to use your common sense to say, why wouldn’t I use a treatment that has been known to be safe over 70 years as opposed to one that is brand-new, that is experimental?
Why, Lindsay? Because of the rabid vitriol, the “Hate has no home here” yard sign types have, even to the point of letting tens of thousands die from lack of access to hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin, all to indulge in their media orgy of hate.
Lindsay concludes: Many scientists and physicians feel as I do, and are trying to figure out where we go from here, because our typical safety and regulatory agencies have been compromised. We need to stand together as one people and say we’re not going to accept this, especially not for our children, and try to get to the bottom of this and see what’s really behind all these efforts. Is it really about a virus, or is it more about other political motivations and campaigns, as it seems to be?
All of this, for what again? The risk of a pregnant mother dying from Covid? Probably around 0.01% (and less than that if the mother would simply optimize her vitamin D, get off seed oils, exercise, and eliminate sugar and processed foods). Worse, doctors from one site where I have done many projects, Cleveland University Hospital system, are also seeing swollen lymph nodes — one sign of breast cancer — in mammograms of women who have had a COVID vaccine, and typically on the side where the vaccine was given. CDC has a V-Safe shot monitoring programme with 2,000 patients enrolled, but only just over 10% had completed their term at time of reports, so safety data is still extremely limited.” Why take the risk for basically zero benefit? Well, here’s one reason: Woman 5 Months Pregnant, I Face Losing My Job, And Healthcare For Not Vaxxing.
Truth is, there is simply no human face, no human dignity, and no compassion with the vax police state for us poor, unwashed masses in flyover country… and they never intended for there to be. Just ask the Australians and the Kiwis. Or ask the Helots in Sparta.
Dr. Jane Orient, head of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness, writes Investigations that might inform us about the reproductive risks have not been done (or reported). More than 700 post-injection miscarriages have been reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). Where are the pathological examinations of the placentas? Were there spike-proteins in the blood vessels, and inflammation that cut off oxygen or nutrients to the baby? We don’t know. A NEJM article that concluded there were no safety signals had no information on the placentas.”
However, Orient’s to-the-point questions include, Was there damage to the reproductive organs of the nearly 7,000 persons who died post-injection? The first (only?) autopsy report, of an 86-year-old man, published in June, did not address this. Orient concludes about the dangers to the young Nanoparticles are meant to be distributed widely, and do accumulate in ovaries, testes, and uterus. What happens to the lipid nanoparticles that enclose the genetic material in the mRNA vaccines? College students are probably delaying marriage and family until educational or career goals are achieved. So, they might not discover infertility for years.” And as is obvious, Once injected, the genetically engineered materials cannot be removed. We do not know how long the mRNA or the spike proteins it codes for will remain in the tissues.
As you can see, there are major concerns relative to fertility. And we are just seeing the tip of this catastrophe, with more to come.
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