Censored: National Vaccine Information Center

A highly-rated nonprofit vaccine safety charity has been censored by Facebook on behalf of pharmaceutical industry interests in a purge of vaccine safety information. The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) had maintained a Facebook page since 2008. The organization was started 39-years ago. Co-founder and president is Barbara Loe Fisher. Fisher became a vaccine safety advocate after her two-and-a-half-year-old son suffered a severe neurological reaction to DPT vaccine in 1980. He was left with multiple learning disabilities that required him to remain in a special education classroom throughout his public school education.

BEST OF THE WEB: Indian study finds smokers and people in blood group O less vulnerable to Covid-19

Comment: The ‘Covid surge’ in India – like the rest of this nonsense – is probably mostly media hype. In the meantime, here’s some real ‘Covid news’ out of India… An Indian study has found that the SARS-CoV-2 virus nearly spares smokers and people with ‘O’ blood group. The serosurvey conducted by the Indian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) also found that vegetarians also have less sero-positivity than the rest of the population. The pan-India serosurvey studied the presence of antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 in people. One of the authors of the study said the paper was recently peer-reviewed. While smokers and vegetarians had lower sero-positivity, those with blood group ‘O’ were found to be less vulnerable to the disease, the Press Trust of India (PTI) reported, citing the study. Comment: We’re unsure what to make of this vegetarian signal in their data. India has the highest percentage of vegetarians in the world – by far – at up to 40%, while just 12% of…

SOTT FOCUS: Objective:Health – The Best Reasons Not to Get a Covid Shot

Self-described ‘natural health nerd’, Christian Elliot has written an excellent article that covers multiple reasons he personally will not (and by extention, the reader shouldn’t) be getting the Covid shot. Titled “18 Reasons I Won’t Be Getting a Covid Vaccine,” the article serves as a good round up of all the reasons the many Covid shots are problematic. Many of these reasons have been covered on our show before, and the article serves both as a refresher and provides some new perspectives and new information to boot. Join us on this episode of Objective:Health as we go through some of our favourite reasons not to get a Covid shot and offer some additional insights into why these shots are a very bad idea. Anyone who’s on the fence about the vaccine will surely not want to miss this one! For other health-related news and more, you can find us on: ♥Twitter: https://twitter.com/objecthealth ♥Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/objecthealth/ ♥Brighteon:…

BEST OF THE WEB: Is the coronavirus vaccine a ticking time-bomb?

Will a vaccine to SARS-CoV-2 actually make the problem worse? Although not a certainty, all of the current data says that this prospect is a real possibility that needs to be paid careful attention to. If you stay with me, I’ll explain why. First, let’s set aside the debate surrounding the topic of whether vaccines work and the negative health consequences due to the components of the vaccine. No matter where you stand on the vaccine issue, I’m not asking anyone to capitulate on this point. I’m just asking that this issue be set aside, because in this instance this argument is completely irrelevant. Even without bringing any other issue into the vaccine debate, a coronavirus vaccine is a highly dangerous undertaking due to a peculiar trojan horse mechanism known as Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE). Regardless of someone’s conviction about vaccines, this point needs to be acknowledged. In the remaining portion of this article, I’m going to explain how ADE works and the future…

Covid’s IFR just keeps dropping

A new study says the infection fatality ratio of the “deadly virus” has fallen from 3.4% to 0.15%…that’s plummeting 95% in less than a year With every new study, with every new paper, the “deadly” pandemic gets less and less, well, deadly. The most recent data review, published in late March, puts the infection fatality ratio (IFR) at 0.15%. That is, once again, pretty much the same as a normal flu season. The new paper is the work of Dr John Ioannidis, whom you likely remember. He is an eminent epidemiologist and statistician who publicly urged the need for “good data” last spring. Do you remember last spring? The blissful days of never having even heard of “infection fatality ratio”? (I do. Fondly.) The phrase really rose to prominence last year, after the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the IFR of the scary new virus was 3.4%. This is not, in and of itself, especially high. But it is significantly higher than most cold/flu viruses.

Is a Coronavirus Vaccine a Ticking Time Bomb?

Will a vaccine to SARS-CoV-2 actually make the problem worse? Although not a certainty, all of the current data says that this prospect is a real possibility that needs to be paid careful attention to. If you stay with me, I’ll explain why. First, let’s set aside the debate surrounding the topic of whether vaccines work and the negative health consequences due to the components of the vaccine. No matter where you stand on the vaccine issue, I’m not asking anyone to capitulate on this point. I’m just asking that this issue be set aside, because in this instance this argument is completely irrelevant. Even without bringing any other issue into the vaccine debate, a coronavirus vaccine is a highly dangerous undertaking due to a peculiar trojan horse mechanism known as Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE). Regardless of someone’s conviction about vaccines, this point needs to be acknowledged. In the remaining portion of this article, I’m going to explain how ADE works and the future…

New study on face-masks highlights problems with safety and efficacy

A new study on face masks highlight their inefficacy, lack of safety and ability to cause physiological, psychological and long-term health problems, which may culminate in immune suppression, worsened chronic disease, accelerated aging and premature death Baruch Vainshelboim, who works with the cardiology division at Stanford’s Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System in California, is among the latest to sound the alarm that face masks should be avoided for the general public. It’s not simply an issue of whether or not they “work” – though as he writes, “scientific evidence supporting facemasks’ efficacy is lacking” – or that wearing something is better than nothing because, as noted by Vainshelboim, “adverse physiological, psychological and health effects are established.”[i] The paradox, he notes, has been apparent from the beginning as SARS-CoV-2 affects the respiratory system, potentially leading to respiratory failure and death (though it should be noted that the case…

Army’s own vaccine that could fight COVID variants begins clinical trials

A unique vaccine produced by the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research started clinical testing Tuesday, and Army researchers hope it will combat variants of SARS-COV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The vaccine, called spike ferritin nanoparticle, or SpFN, could also help fight other coronaviruses, a group of related RNA viruses that often cause respiratory-related diseases in mammals. Army researchers have been tracking the threat posed by new coronaviruses even before the pandemic, according to Kayvon Modjarrad, director of emerging infectious diseases at Walter Reed. That threat has been accelerating in recent years. “That’s why we need a vaccine like this: one that has potential to protect broadly and proactively against multiple coronavirus species and strains,” Modjarrad said in a statement announcing the SpFN testing.

SOTT FOCUS: Objective:Health – Kids and Covid Shots

If there’s one thing the elites seem to love to do, it’s injecting kids with questionable biological material. Take, for instance, the following: We know children do not transmit Covid-19 virus and that the concept of asymptomatic spread has been questioned severely, particularly for children. Children, if infected, just do not spread Covid-19 to others readily, either to other children, other adults in their families or otherwise, nor to their teachers. It is well-noted that asymptomatic cases are not the drivers of the pandemic; something particularly important in relation to children as they’re generally asymptomatic. In other words there are no data whatsoever that could be used to support the need for vaccination of children in this Covid-19 pandemic. Yet there are currently a number of trials in process for a number of covid shots where the subjects of the studies ARE CHILDREN. Why are we vaccinating children against Covid-19 when we know the vast majority don’t catch it or…

Feeling hungry all the time? Study confirms link to blood glucose levels

The interplay between blood sugar and appetite appears to be more complex than scientists realized, with new research showing that glucose levels in the blood even several hours after eating can still have a pronounced effect on how hungry people get later in the day. Specifically, the new findings reveal that some people are prone to experiencing ‘sugar dips’ up to four hours after eating their last meal – a delayed glycemic response that turns out to be a more accurate indicator of appetite (and energy consumption) than glucose levels following meals. “It has long been suspected that blood sugar levels play an important role in controlling hunger, but the results from previous studies have been inconclusive,” says nutrition scientist Sarah Berry from King’s College London.