VSS | 31 AUg 2022
1. Australian Medical Professionals Society Releases Adverse Events Report of Covid-19 Injection Data
“To date, Adverse Events flowing from these products are at historically unprecedented levels globally and continue to rise. And again, to date, no other drugs in human history have reported more deaths, illnesses, injuries, and disabilities, which number as follows (to 28 June 2022):”
2. CDC Appears to Have Deleted the Statement That the “mRNA and the spike protein do not last long in the body” From Their Website
3. The Most Disturbing Data Yet on “Vaccine” Infertility
“Mr. Plothe’s data is shocking. He shares slides of his charts on a wide range of ‘vaccine’ affects, including drops in fertility around the world, accumulation of lipid nanoparticles and spike proteins in the various organs of the body, and the fact that the risk of miscarriage with the Covid ‘vaccines’ is over 1500 times higher than with the flu vaccine.”
4. Monkeypox Virus Shows Potential to Infect a Diverse Range of Native Animal Species Across Europe, Indicating High Risk of Becoming Endemic in the Region
From Geert: This is typical human behavior: blame it on the animals! Although the authors acknowledge that monkeypox virus (MPV) has persisted via human-to-human transmission, they don’t seem to be bothering about the reason for such rapid human-to-human transmission. Instead they concentrate on rodents and foxes that ”have established interactions with potentially contaminated urban waste and sewage” to explain why spillback events may turn these animals into reservoirs of MPV. That may certainly be the case, but wouldn’t it be wise to first investigate why humans in highly vaccinated countries seem to serve as reservoirs? Why does nobody investigate a potential link with large scale C-19 vaccination campaigns in those countries?
5. CDC: Human Monkeypox Without Viral Prodrome or Sexual Exposure, California, USA, 2022
From Geert: Can you believe the report doesn’t even state whether this person was C-19 vaccinated or not??? I tend to disagree with the following statement of the author:
“The lack of both sexual exposure and anogenital involvement indicates that mode of transmission may be associated with clinical symptoms”.
Detection of virus in nasopharyngeal samples and saliva do not rule asymptomatic transmission upon close contact. This patient reported numerous close, nonsexual contacts with unknown persons, none of whom had skin lesions; in addition, he had such close contacts over 4 days during a series of outdoor events.
One can, therefore, not rule out that this patient got exposed to a high dose of MPV shed by an asymptomatic carrier; As already suggested, vaccinees in highly vaccinated countries (e.g., UK) are likely to serve as asymptomatic carriers for MPV(https://www.voiceforscienceandsolidarity.org/scientific-blog/monkeypox)
6. India Experiencing Uptick in Swine Flu Cases
“There has been a significant rise in the number of A (H1N1) cases, or the swine flu, across Maharashtra with the highest number of patients in Pune, Mumbai, Thane, Nagpur, Kolhapur and Nashik. From January till mid-August at least 1,449 persons were detected with swine flu and 43 persons died of the infection.”
7. Financial Times: The Spread of Bird Flu Demands a Sharper Response
“This year, though, has been different: highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 (usually shortened to HPAI), has persisted into the hotter months and found its way into more wild birds than ever before, with the pathogen ripping through densely packed colonies of great skuas, gannets, Arctic terns, sandwich terns and herring gulls. It has also killed birds of prey.”