A YOUNG man I know has been suffering heart pain and exhaustion for several weeks. He has twice been taken to hospital by paramedic teams called as an emergency when stabbing pains became intense. He has consulted his GP and been seen by two cardiologists. Following a scan, they diagnosed pericarditis, inflammation of the lining around the heart. He has been asked all sorts of questions about his lifestyle, including physical fitness and mental health, but has received no clue as to what might have caused his condition.
Not once has anyone asked him whether he received the Covid vaccine, despite heart inflammation being a recognised risk from these gene-based products, especially for young men. He had two shots, believing it was compulsory if he was to be allowed to travel.
I tentatively mentioned to him research going back at least two years that highlighted the risk (see here, here, and most recently here), but he clearly finds it hard to contemplate the possibility that the authorities could have so failed him. A kind of cognitive dissonance sets in when we have a deep faith in modern medicine and yet are confronted with evidence that it has gone badly wrong.
The avoidance of any mention of the jabs during my friend’s investigations supports the case that medics are also finding it hard to reconcile the vaccine disaster with their sense of professionalism. How many people across the UK and elsewhere, I wonder, are suffering additional harm because of this taboo?
According to a Justice for Jab Victims campaign being run by the Daily Express, hundreds who became seriously ill after having the Covid jab have found themselves locked out of the UK’s Vaccine Damage Payment scheme. One of the problems, the paper says, is that scientists believe the issue has become so politicised that they fear rocking the boat.
Calling for more research into the immune system responses to the jab, an immunologist told the Express that there seemed to be a reluctance to question seriously what is going on, either with the vaccines or with the infection itself.
What this means is that for the present, countless others may be suffering in silence, and many ‘excess deaths’ from all causes being reported around the globe may be linked to the jabs. Since deaths from Covid itself were largely among the elderly and those with serious infirmities, we should be seeing lowered death rates as the pandemic dies down. But that is not the case. People are dying in ever greater numbers, and insurance data in the US suggest death claims among people of working age are rocketing.
A multinational team of scientists who spelled out this month the detailed mechanisms by which the gene-based vaccines can harm have called for safety studies, bypassed in the midst of the Covid panic, to be performed now. They say drug regulators, and the medical community, need to pick up the pieces with a giant research effort on vaccine injury, focusing on autoimmunity.
When the body fails to clear the genetic instructions introduced by the jabs, the gene products cause cells in various organs and tissues to express a toxic protein (the infamous ‘spike’ of the genetically engineered virus). The immune system sees the cells as foreign, so they become subject to attack.
The eminent American cardiologist Dr Peter McCullough, one of those sounding the alarm, says that with 92 per cent of the US population injected at least once, ‘we have nearly the entire US population at risk’ of long- as well as short-term consequences.
The virus itself, as well as the jab, can cause lasting problems. McCullough posted a recent blog [March 23] in which he wrote: ‘Over three years into the pandemic, with nearly the entire country having become sick with SARS-CoV-2, a virus engineered to invade the body, there are millions suffering with long-hauler syndrome [also called Long Covid].
‘Approximately half of patients admitted to intensive care with Covid-19 will have post-Covid syndrome, now understood to be due to persistence of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein within cells, tissues, and organs.
‘Those vaccinated have been additionally loaded with spike, so may have even a worse course with prolonged symptoms including fatigue, lethargy, brain fog, muscle loss, skin and hair changes, sleeplessness, and effort intolerance.’
McCullough has also drawn attention to findings which suggest the vaccine is much more damaging to the heart than the virus. A review of 50 autopsy studies (covering 548 hearts) of patients who died of or with Covid found that none had extensive myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) as the cause of death, even though the virus itself was present in about two-thirds of the hearts.
This review should be the ‘nail in the coffin’ of suggestions that the Covid virus itself is causing an observed surge of sudden deaths from myocarditis, and a burgeoning caseload from the condition, McCullough says. ‘The only new proven cause of heart damage in the human population is Covid-19 vaccination.’
Hope for victims is on the horizon. Doctors are starting to realise that crippling nervous system disorders are attributable to the jabs, and may be treatable.
‘The magnitude of the problem has driven an all-encompassing search for management strategies to resolve the syndrome(s),’ McCullough says.
He cites this preprint paper with more than 300 references, summarising possible treatments including prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines and food supplements. It lists a host of approaches which can help to guard against cell damage, including the readily available and widely used anti-oxidants vitamin C and NAC (N-acetyl cysteine).
McCullough adds that in his own clinical practice he has found nattokinase, a protein derived from fermented soybean production, to be ‘the most compelling and scientifically supported approach to clear spike protein out of the body’. Studied extensively in Japan, Korea, and China, the product has been shown to dissolve blood clots, helping to maintain blood vessel structure, improve blood flow, and lower the risk of heart disease.
A pre-Covid review of the drug found it to be safe and reasonably well-tolerated. ‘Patients wanting to use the supplement ahead of the emerging science should discuss with a knowledgeable healthcare professional and be on alert for intolerances, allergic reactions, or bleeding complications,’ McCullough says.
For patients with lingering signs of active Covid infection, he prescribes the long-established, low-cost drug ivermectin, despite intense efforts by the medical establishment to discredit its use in Covid in favour of the experimental vaccines.
Patients should push their doctors to refer them to clinical trials, and when that is not feasible, ‘empiric therapy’ can be pursued: therapy based on clinical experience, in the absence of full trial evidence for which we might have to wait years.
Meanwhile, although no therapeutic claims can be made, ‘we must be perceptive as patients and open-minded as clinicians to come up with reasonable approaches that can be used to help those sick now with post-Covid syndromes.’
A co-author of the review of possible treatments cited by McCullough is the UK’s Dr Tess Lawrie, well-known to regular readers of TCW – Defending Freedom as a long-standing campaigner for rational use of repurposed drugs to mitigate the effects of Covid-19. She co-founded BIRD (the British Ivermectin Recommendation Development Group), an international consortium of experts promoting research on the drug.
In 2021, Lawrie made public a dramatic demonstration of the distortion of medical science by mega-wealthy healthcare funding agencies. It came after an apparent U-turn by Dr Andrew Hill, a Liverpool University-affiliated virologist asked to report to the World Health Organisation on studies suggesting ivermectin could be a safe and effective Covid treatment.
Four days after Liverpool University received $40million from Unitaid, a lobby group extensively funded by the Gates Foundation, Hill changed a favourable analysis to a report concluding that more studies were needed.
Hill, an adviser to the Bill Gates and Clinton foundations, told Lawrie in a conversation recorded on Zoom that he was in a ‘very difficult position’ because of his sponsor – Unitaid – having a say in his study conclusions.
A similar fate befell hydroxychloroquine, an inexpensive, disease-modifying, anti-inflammatory drug which, used early and appropriately, saves the lives of high-risk Covid patients. It has been shown to be highly effective, especially when used with certain antibiotics and a zinc food supplement.
American lawyer Robert F Kennedy Jr, founder and chairman of Children’s Health Defense, a non-profit organisation fighting corruption in medical science, says many researchers received rich incentives to support the vaccine ‘gold rush’, and do nothing to obstruct it, such as by reducing the burden of the disease in other ways.
In his book The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health, Kennedy says that at the outset of the pandemic Dr Fauci, the US government’s lead on Covid, ‘used wildly inaccurate modelling’ to justify the economically crippling lockdowns.
Neil Ferguson of London’s Imperial College, with funding of $148.8million from the Gates foundation, was the author of the model. It overestimated US deaths by 525 per cent.
Kennedy added that Bill Gates was principal investor in many of the new Covid vaccines. Fauci championed one of these, the Moderna jab, from which his agency and employees expected a lucrative outcome.
The pharmaceutical companies Moderna and Pfizer have made well over $100billion so far from their Covid vaccines. Tens of thousands of deaths have been reported to regulators in the wake of the jabs, and millions have suffered adverse reactions, but for as long as medical professionals, politicians, journal editors and most of the mainstream media continue to insist the products are ‘safe and effective’, the tragedy continues.