YESTERDAY’S Yellow Card adverse event summary was the 80th set of data that I have compiled from MHRA publications, which is almost every dataset ever released by MHRA on the covid vaccines. The first I did was in February 2021 and I began by sharing them on social media. The first dataset I sent directly to TCW, at their request, was in August 2021, and they have regularly appeared on this site since.
While compiling this 80th report which distils the coronavirus vaccines adverse events reported it confounds me that so many people are not more aware of this information. Or are they?
I made the commitment to complete these summaries from day one to raise awareness and data visibility for those finding it challenging to wade through the lengthy text and datasets, and latterly computerised formats, produced by the MHRA.
A primary aim of mine has been to offer a more transparent representation of adverse events being reported to the MHRA. In the Autumn 2023 Patient Guide the common side effects are stated as painful, heavy feeling and tenderness in the arm, feeling tired, headache and general aches or mild flu-like symptoms, with very rare cases of inflammation of the heart. However, as clearly demonstrated once again in my latest summary in TCW yesterday, nearly half a million people have filed a Yellow Card adverse event report, nearly 75 per cent of which are classed as serious. The MHRA definition of ‘serious’ is that a patient has died, has been hospitalised, has congenital abnormality, persistent or significant disability or capacity, is life threatening, or is deemed to be medically significant by MHRA medical dictionary or reporter.
The MHRA estimate that fewer than 10 per cent of people impacted report a serious adverse event. Based on official figures, this would be nearly 4million in the UK. These reports are submitted by and on behalf of real people: husbands, wives, children, parents, friends and neighbours.
On the street, this level of impact is congruent with the suffering many of us are witnessing. At this point, I doubt if there is a person in the country who doesn’t know of one or more people who have been unwell or worse since their Covid vaccines.
The adverse events MHRA Yellow Card reporting website is available for anyone who has a computer or mobile phone to review anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day. That’s pretty much everyone.
But have the healthcare professionals involved in administering or themselves receiving the vaccines visited this website to familiarise themselves with the adverse event data being reported? How about the relatives, parents and carers on whom our most vulnerable children and adults rely to protect and advocate for them?
In pursuit of offering fully informed consent, administering healthcare professionals have a duty of care to be aware of all material risks of any medication. The 54 pages of the Green Book – Chapter 14a- COVID 19 – SARS-CoV-2 and the drug package inserts furnish useful information, but have they been read?
So many healthcare professionals trust their ‘enabling’ regulatory agency, and the system offering them a structure, protection and impetus, to comply with the prevailing narrative. However, are these human beings seeing the other human beings they encounter in their work who are presenting with sudden or unexplained health challenges, and joining the dots in conscious awareness? Are they unwittingly participating in keeping the commonly disempowering patient/medic power dynamic in place by measures such as awarding the ‘I’ve had my autumn covid 19 vaccination sticker’ for compliant behaviour?
All this co-exists with huge collective efforts from many concerned medics and scientists raising the alarm. Examples are:
October 2023 – World Council for Health hosts an expert hearing on reports of DNA contamination in mRNA vaccines, the outcome being that theinternational expert panel concludes that Covid vaccines are contaminated with foreign DNA and SV40, a cancer-promoting genetic sequence. An immediate moratorium on these novel genetic ‘vaccines’ was demanded by the panellists.
April 2023 – Publication of the Perseus Report which intends to widen visibility of MHRA’s regulatory failures to parliamentarians, the media and the public.
May 2022 – Declaration IV from the Global Covid Summit representing 17,000 physicians and medical scientists calling for the restoration of scientific integrity.
It is clear to most at this juncture that the Yellow Card Scheme is not capturing data in a useful or accurate way. The MHRA states that it ‘takes all reports with a fatal outcome in patients who have received a COVID-19 vaccine very seriously and every report with a fatal outcome is reviewed carefully’. However, for those adverse event reports submitted by a healthcare professional, not a lay person, for the Pfizer monovalent vaccine alone, there are 1,109 serious reports and 18 fatalities with unknown gender. How could this be possible?
We know extensive legal action is under way to address the injuries and fatalities incurred from the AstraZeneca vaccine. But how are the young people who received this drug either off-licence as a special clinical decision, or prior to the withdrawal of use for the under-40s in May 2021 due to the increase safety signal of vaccine induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT)?
Just before the new interactive Drug Analysis Profiles(iDAPs) reports began at the beginning of 2023, there were 267 Yellow Card reports for under-18s and now combining the 0-9yr with 10-19yr categories there are 1,863 reports, 1,464 which are serious and at least one (<5) fatality in each age category.
A brilliant fellow data analyst, Mike, calculated from ONS data week 39, ending September 29 2023, that there are 11.1 per cent above average excess deaths and 1.3 per cent above maximum – 59,079 excess deaths over the last complete year. These are comparisons with ONS data for 2010-2019, corrected for population.
The age range 75-79 has consistently had very high excess deaths and amounts to 32,520 or 17.7 per cent above average and 6.8 per cent above maximum.
With all the foregoing, why did I find a lengthy queue of elderly and vulnerable people with carers in the car park of a supermarket on a chilly October morning? Some folks were in wheelchairs, patiently waiting to enter a flimsy temporary structure to receive their vaccine.
A hundred questions . . .
· Is this an appropriate setting and the best standard of healthcare delivery that is possible for our vulnerable and elderly?
· Do the staff have full access to medical records for each person?
· Is this environment conducive to adequate medical assessment and to provide comprehensive, unbiased counsel in making a potentially detrimental life changing decision?
· Are these people queuing up in belief of the 6th or 7th injection being vital, aware that after a couple of months any theoretical protection disappears to almost negligible levels?
So, what then is driving this undercurrent of support for ongoing boosters alongside the denial of correlating vaccine injury in plain sight and common experience? Is it peer pressure or pharma and media-endorsed narrative-driven fear, as we have witnessed in accelerated fashion over the last couple of decades for the childhood vaccine schedule? Where is the evidence of the real risk?
Perhaps we have been conditioned to misplace trust in authority, both healthcare professionals and patients, alike, by a collective trauma-based mind control reinforced in all the myriad ways we have witnessed over the last four years, and seeded way before then.
For those who bear witness, what can we do?
Keep speaking common sense and sharing personal experience, raise concerns through appropriate channels, share credible information and advocate for the vulnerable. Stay as well as we can physically, emotionally and circumstantially, and compassionately support our fellow human family in any way you are able.
Gradually, as we are noticing, more and more people are breaking free and regaining their own mind, the power to critically think with common sense and assert choice.