IN the United States, the National Library of Medicine has published a paper by Raymond D Palmer, of Full Spectrum Biologics. It includes the following assertions:
Fearmongering and misinformation being peddled by people with no scientific training to terrorise people into staying unvaccinated is not just causing people to remain susceptible to viral outbreaks, but could also be causing more side-effects seen in the vaccination process. This brief review will offer data that may demonstrate that misinformation perpetuated by the anti-vaccination movement may be causing more deaths and side-effects from any vaccine.
The extreme mental stress of the patient could most likely be attributed to the fearmongering and scare tactics used by various anti-vaccination groups.
Is the movement and character of anti-vaccination information that may strike fear into the general population causing anxiety and vascular constriction resulting in pathologies such as dizziness, hyperpnea, fainting, blood clotting, stroke and heart attack?
The science discussed here clearly establishes that anxiety and fear causes vasoconstriction disorders, and that a particular movement that is trying to save people with a profound lack of scientific and medical training (the anti-vaccination movement) from vaccine side-effects may actually be the entity causing the majority of side-effects.
Fortunately, the release of the paper coincided with my regular confession with my jolly Irish priest Father Conor O’Brian.
JE: Bless me Father for I have sinned, it has been over four weeks since my last confession.
FCO’B: Mumble, mumble … as you know John, the sacrament of confession is anonymous and nothing leaves the confessional box. Now tell me your sins.
JE: Well, last week I turned on the television and accidentally saw Rishi Sunak and Jeremy Hunt on the BBC. I’m afraid, Father, that I immediately shouted out several profanities and extremely rude words.
Also, when my wife went to her hydrotherapy class, she left me a chicken tikka masala in the microwave. When I heated it up, it tasted like wallpaper paste and even the dog wouldn’t eat it. I put the remains down the toilet but told my wife it was lovely.
And when I was playing golf with my brother last week, on the last fairway I moved my ball to a better lie when he wasn’t looking. I went on to beat him by one hole.
FCO’B: Oh dear!
JE: I forget to mention it last time, but when I was visiting the garden of a stately home a couple of months ago, on the urging of my wife, I took a rather large cutting from a camellia sinensis. I’m ashamed to say I smuggled it out under my jacket.
And, when I was babysitting for my vegetarian daughter’s two young children, I fed them as much meat as they could eat.
FCO’B: Is there anything else?
JE: I’m afraid there is. I don’t know how to tell you this Father, but I’m partly responsible for the deaths of tens, if not hundreds of thousands of people. You see, I have been very critical of those who have taken the so-called vaccine and have told anyone I spoke to on that subject that the injections were useless and might harm them. I have now read that my criticism has contributed to all the previously inexplicable sudden deaths of the vaccinated. I must confess to being a mass murderer.
FCO’B: Mumble … mumble. It is good that you have been able to tell me these things, John. I was particularly concerned to hear about your deception on the golf course. Remember, God is watching even if your brother is not. For that you will need to say four Hail Marys, two Our Fathers and a Glory Be!
JE: Thank you Father.
Raymond D Palmer is Chief Science Officer of Full Spectrum Biologics. One of the company’s key products is cannabis oil.