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Heart Attack – the new normal?

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When I saw a headline that states, ‘17,500% Increase in Heart Disease in Children Following Covid-19 Vaccines – This is NOT Rare!’ it grabbed my attention.

Surely not? Where did this information come from? Who published it? Can it be trusted and verified?

My morning schedule had changed, the research began.

The initial information came from that always to be trusted US government site, VAERS.

The first line in the VAERS ‘What You Need to Know’ section on Covid-19 is ‘COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective’.

The bold type is on their web site not added by me.

They also state that ‘Serious adverse events after COVID-19 vaccinations are rare but may occur’. I respectfully suggest they replace ‘may’ with ‘do’.

The next few paragraph headings are:

Anaphylaxis after COVID-19 vaccination is rare

Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) after Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen (J&J/Janssen) COVID-19 vaccination is rare.

Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) in people who have received the J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine is rare.

Myocarditis and pericarditis after COVID-19 vaccination are rare.

Reports of death after COVID-19 vaccination are rare.

When we see the growing number of rare events associated with the experimental covid drugs being pushed on the world and compare these rare events to the 15 pages of side effects I recently reported on then when does ‘rare’ stop being rare.

While there may be ‘rare events’, and by the reports coming in we may have to redefine rare to continue to use it in these contexts, when all these rare events are totalled and related back to vaccine administration dates then alarm bells must start to ring.

The phrase “correlation does not imply causation” refers to the inability to legitimately deduce a cause-and-effect relationship between two events or variables solely based on an observed association or correlation between them.

The fact that there is a large increase in reported number of illnesses that Pfizer has listed in its recently forced release of documents of the side effects of their experimental vaccine at the exact same time as the vaccine rollout began does seem a little too coincidental.

In my research I also came across this.

A brief history of VAERS and why it is not a reliable data source VAERS is a bit of an odd beast when it comes to vaccine safety reporting systems. It was established jointly by the FDA and CDC in 1990 as an outgrowth of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 and was intended as an “early warning system” or, as I like to call it, a “canary in the coalmine”.

Multiple other sources say similar things when it comes to VAERS however, it continues to be a source of confirmation when it suits the ‘whatever I need to confirm’ narrative. If it is not a reliable source of information, why is it not fact checked regularly? Why does the US government allow its information to be available and published if it also claims it is not reliable data?

In these days when misinformation results in censorship why is the VAERS site not censored and closed if it is not a reliable data source?

I would suggest the only real reason for this is that it is not such an unreliable source. It has come in for much criticism over the years and studies done suggest the only unreliable part of VAERS is the underreported numbers. The reported numbers reflect only a small number of actual cases. Harvard University in their study suggested only between 1 and 10 percent of actual injuries are reported.

If that is the case, then the numbers of adverse reactions are bordering on horrific.

Let’s look further.

In Germany, Health Insurance claims show 31,254 deaths following COVID-19 vaccines while official government stats report only 2,255.

Another media report published in Germany stated that a large German health insurance company analysed data from 10.9 million insured individuals regarding injuries and fatalities following COVID-19 vaccines during the first half of 2021 and into the 3rd quarter which showed significantly higher numbers than what the German government has reported.

Andreas Schöfbeck of German health insurance company BKK Provita was interviewed by the German newspaper Welt, and stated (translated from German):

According to our calculations, we consider 400,000 visits to the doctor by our policyholders because of vaccination complications to be realistic to this day.

Extrapolated to the total population, this value would be 3 million.

The numbers that resulted from our analysis are very far away from the publicly announced numbers. It would be unethical not to talk about it.

Due to the time taken to report to government sites in Germany and no renumeration for doing so, doctors are reluctant to file reports of vaccine injuries. They are also under pressure not to report vaccine injuries. BUT doctors are going to bill for treatment and there is very specific billing numbers insurance companies require.

Diagnoses are classified and coded according to the international standard ICD10. There is a corresponding alphanumeric code for each diagnosis, including vaccination complications. Relevant are T88.0 (infection after vaccination – shingles is currently very popular), T88.1 (other complications after vaccination), Y59.9 (undesirable side effect when using vaccines) and, brand new since 2021, U12.9 (undesirable side effect when using Covid-19 vaccines).

So BKK has almost 11 million members and had been billed for 224,360 vaccination complications.

This shows that in the first half of 2021 the rate accounted for by the insurer is 7x higher than the PEI (German VAERS) for the whole year.

Worried yet?

Time to look at our Australian data.

Dr. John Gerrard, the Chief Health Officer of Queensland, made an admission that is not a surprise to us. We’ve been saying this for months.

Gerrard commented during a press conference: “There is a rise in cardiac-related issues, particularly myocarditis. It does concern us when there are deaths at home,” Gerrard mentioned. “We’re seeing reports of people having an illness for a short period and then sudden deaths.”

He noted reports of myocarditis elsewhere in Australia and around the world.

“We are certainly keeping a close eye on this particularly when there are deaths being investigated,” he reiterated.

TGA safety report suggests boys aged 12–17 are more than twice as likely to develop suspected myocarditis following a first Pfizer dose than the general male population. That number jumps significantly when the second dose is administered.

This is a life changing medical event. For some it is a life ending event. My research indicated the lifespan of those diagnosed with myocarditis and pericarditis is reduced significantly in most cases.

We will not know the actual results of this for the next few years as no long-term study has been done on the experimental vaccines. We are the study!

17,500%? Alarming! All I am prepared to say right now is what Dr. John Gerard, QLD CHO, stated.

There is a rise in cardiac-related issues”.

We will continue to monitor, research and report. With the government wanting to roll out this experimental drug to the 0–5-year age group ask yourself, ‘is it worth the risk’? NO long-term studies have been done.

Any parent should do their own research. Real research, and not just listen to the mainstream media narrative. There are mountains of credible information from world renowned scientists and researchers, and it takes very little effort to find.

If you do your research and are still convinced the vaccines are safe and effective for your children, I wish you all the very best of luck.

If you have a story either positive or negative about your vaccine experience, please contact me. john@actioninfocus.com.au

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