Thursday, November 11, 2021

Medicolegal Pandemic Update

 Remorseful Buyers,

  The current COVID mutation sweeping Europe evades (capitalizes upon?) vaccine-induced antibodies. It does not appear as virulent in the unvaccinated, but spreads very well in vaccinated European populations, becoming dominant in multiple regions.
...Of note, this B.1.1.7 sub-lineage is the predominant B.1.1.7 variant in several European countries, such as Czech Republic, Austria and Slovakia. The earliest samples belonging to this sub-lineage were detected in November 2020 in a few countries in the European continent, but not in the UK. We have also detected its further evolution with extra spike mutations D138Y and A701V, which are signature mutations shared with the Beta and Gamma variants, respectively. Antibody neutralization assay of virus variant isolations has revealed that the variant with extra spike mutations is 3.2-fold less sensitive to vaccine-elicited antibodies as compared to other B.1.1.7 variants tested, indicating potential for immune evasion, but it also exhibited reduced replication fitness. The wide spread of this B.1.1.7 sub-lineage was related to the pandemic waves in early 2021 in various European countries.

​More on that in lay terminology:
​  With a 62.7% vaccination rate, Austria not only has a higher rate than the U.S., but most of the population has been vaccinated relatively recently, which should give those people better protection. Yet the country is experiencing its most prolific outbreak ever, as we are seeing across the globe, with a near-perfect inverse relationship between vaccination rates and COVID case rates. Now, Austria and other European countries are staring down the barrel of a completely new mutation, which German researchers believe might be completely immune to the vaccine-mediated antibodies.
According to Our World in Data, the Central European countries and the Baltic states currently have the highest case rates per capita in the world.

A group of 16 Swedish doctors and researchers have signed a petition demanding a stop in vaccination with Pfizer in Sweden due to suspected fraud.
​  ​Earlier in November, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) revealed that a subcontractor to Pfizer was likely to conduct extensive research fraud during the pivotal phase III study of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine in the autumn of 2020.
​  ​According to a former Pfizer subcontractor regional director in Texas, the company falsified data, unblinded patients, hired inadequately trained vaccinators and was slow to follow up on side effects reported in the Phase III study of the Pfizer vaccine.
​  ​A whistleblower suggested that the company falsified data, unblinded patients, hired inadequately trained vaccinators and was slow to follow up on side effects reported in the Phase III study. The staff who performed quality checks were reportedly overwhelmed by the amount of problems they discovered. The BMJ concluded that the trial raised questions about data integrity and regulatory oversight.

​"Name your poison"
​  ​In the wake of a weak earnings report that sent Moderna shares cratering last week, French health authorities have just released a new advisory recommending that people under 30 don't get the Moderna vaccine, recommending that they choose the Pfizer-BioNTech jab instead.

Germany Latest EU Government To Warn Young Adults, Pregnant Women Not To Get Moderna Jab
  European health regulators are expressing another wave of skepticism about mRNA vaccines and whether the health benefit for young, healthy adults outweighs the potentiality for damage from rare but harmful side effects. Yesterday, it was France's medicines regulator advising men under 30 to avoid the Moderna jab.
  On Wednesday, Germany's advisory committee, also known as STIKO, issued a similar regulation targeted at Moderna. The committee said Germans under the age of 30 should stick to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine as studies suggest that it causes fewer cases of heart inflammation in younger patients, something that has been backed up by multiple studies.

​"We just have to give the kids the vaccine to see how it works..."
​  In Pfizer's FDA briefing document prepared for the Oct. 25 meeting was an admission that even according to the company's own unverified and misleading math, there is a scenario where there would be more hospitalizations among children for myocarditis — just one side effect — than from COVID. "Under Scenario 3 (lowest incidence), the model predicts more excess hospitalizations due to vaccine-related myocarditis/pericarditis compared to prevented hospitalizations due to COVID-19 in males and in both sexes combined," states Pfizer in page 33 of the document.

Why They Didn't Stop The Trials
​  ​"Last week I caught up with a friend who worked on some of the first Moderna vaccine human trials in the US. He revealed to me that it is indeed as bad as we thought it was. He had worked at a research center 6 years testing various drugs and was in charge of describing and filing reports for serious adverse reactions (SAEs). SAE’s include anything from getting hit by a bus to having an anaphylactic reaction to the drug at the center (basically any serious health event has to be recorded and investigated for any link to the clinical trial for the duration of the trial.) For a normal week, he’d have 1 or 2 SAEs to file and report. When they started the Moderna trial, within a week he was having to come in early and stay late to get through stacks of SAEs.
​  ​The normal acceptable threshold for SAEs is 5%. Once you cross that threshold, and more than 5% of your patients are reporting SAEs, you have to stop the trial and investigate for cause. Well, they had a rate of at least 16% after a few weeks. So, confused as to why the trial had not been flagged and halted, they looked into their SAE database and found that the majority of the ones they had reported to the agency responsible (I think FDA) were missing.
​  They called said agency and were told that there were a high volume of SAEs being reported from multiple centers, so they were going through and removing the “irrelevant ones.” They claimed that the state of the pandemic warranted an unconventional approach to research. Obviously this is insane, even to the trusting individuals my friend worked with so the head of his clinic called a conference of the other 20 or so sites in that region and they all were having the same experience. In other words, this wasn’t a fluke.
​  ​Things eventually got so bad that my friends’ boss told the company he was contracted with that he was going to discontinue the trial because people were having so many SAEs including seizures, clots, myocarditis, death, etc. The contracting company told him that he was obliged to finish the trial, from what I gather because the official number of SAEs was below the 5% threshold. Friend’s boss said “go take a hike, I quit.” Walked away from his head job at the research center where he made millions."

​"Cherry-picking" data. They had other data. They did not include it.​ 
In Israel, they studied the "effectiveness"​ of a third Pfizer vaccine "booster" by looking only at the number of cases between 1-3 weeks following that booster, and not looking at any adverse events from the booster. Within that very narrow scope the people who got the booster did better than people who completed the Pfizer 2-shot series more than 5 months previously. Unvaccinated Israelis with or without natural immunity were not included.
​  ​Effectiveness of a third dose of the BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 vaccine for preventing severe outcomes in Israel: an observational study
​   "Third, due to the relative scarcity of events in individuals younger than 40 years, we could not evaluate vaccine effectiveness in this age group. Fourth, this vaccine effectiveness study did not explore potential adverse clinical events and excess health-care utilisation associated with the administration of a third dose. Finally, we excluded populations (health-care workers, those living in long-term care facilities, and those medically confined to their homes) that are likely to be targeted early to receive the booster dose."

​This explains a lot of morbidity and mortality. Keep your vitamin-D level up to help your immune system be intelligent, and get early antiviral treatment with things like ivermectin, zinc, doxycycline, hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, fluvoxamine, monoclonal antibodies, baby-aspirin, vitamin-C, quercetin, NAC,...
The majority of SARS-CoV-2-specific antibodies in COVID-19 patients with obesity are autoimmune and not neutralizing

​More than half of US Border Patrol Agents might be fired for lack of COVID vaccination.
Go La Migra!​

​They won't even begin to consider letting Julian Assange, accused of no UK crime, get married in prison. Nobody is responsible to look at the request. 
Destroy him completely...​
​  ​In September it was revealed the CIA had drawn up plans to kidnap or kill Assange during his seven years exiled in the Embassy of Ecuador in London. The agency also spied on his family and friends and led a campaign of misinformation against him.
​  ​Stella, 38, a lawyer, said: ‘Those catch-or-kill plans were not implemented but other hostile measures were and this is the sting in the tail.
‘It’s part of an enormous conspiracy against Julian which makes itself felt in all that we try to do.
​  ​‘A wedding would be a moment of happiness, a bit of normality in insane circumstances. Julian needs things to hold on to because daily life is a struggle for him in Belmarsh and there is so much uncertainty about his future.
​  ‘Our love for each other is the one thing which has carried us through and being married would be another bulwark in our emotional defences.
​  ​‘There is no reason for political interference in what is a basic human right. The CIA revelations show the lengths some agencies are willing to go to in their persecution of Julian.’
​  ​Assange, 50, and his fiancee have been engaged for five years, have two children and are both practising Catholics. They have been asking since May for help to arrange their wedding in Belmarsh.

​Supporter of Marriage​
(Jenny's low back operation went well yesterday. We had a long day, and I am taking her some home-grown leftovers now)


  1. Get well Jen. Pace yourself. No heavy lifting. Good thoughts to you both. Den

    1. Thanks Dennis!
      She's doing well and got progressively quicker and stronger getting up and doing things yesterday.