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ARE WE HOLDING A TICKING TIME BOMB? (A COVID research article)

via C-o-v-1-9 V@cc Reacts and News New Zealand

When considering the safety profile of the Covid 19 vaccines, you can broadly divide concerns into two camps. Short term safety….what are the potential safety risks in the hours, days, and up to six week post vaccine? Long term safety….what are the potential safety risks in the months and years post vaccine? Social media platforms abound with joyous posts stating “I had the vaccine and nothing more than a sore arm”. While I’m happy for these people that they have not experienced the severe illness, blood clots, strokes, heart attacks and neurological disorders which have been experienced by some in the days following their Covid 19 vaccine…I nevertheless wonder what may unfold for these happy folk in the years to come. Some brave and vocal scientists have raised the specter of slowly developing Auto Immune disease as a possible consequence of Covid 19 vaccination. Why? These vaccines (each in their own way) prime our immune system to recognise and then destruct the proteins found in the Sars Cov II spike. If the vaccine “works” our immune system is primed to seek and destroy these proteins….All well and good until you look a little closer and realise that these same primed antibodies are then also potentially primed to attack 28 different human tissues. Kind of like scud missiles with incorrect destination coordinates entered. In January 2021 researchers explored whether this “auto attack” (called auto immune disease) was just a theoretical risk, or something that we should be concerned about with Covid 19 vaccines. They placed cells from 55 different human tissue types – each tissue type into separate wells, then exposed each well to the Spike antibody. THE SPIKE ANTIBODY ATTACKED 28 DIFFERENT HUMAN TISSUES ranging from mild to severe attack. Directly quoting the study….”This extensive immune cross-reactivity between SARS-CoV-2 antibodies and different antigen groups may play a role in the multi-system disease process of COVID-19, influence the severity of the disease, PRECIPITATE THE ONSET OF AUTO IMMUNITY in susceptible subgroups, and potentially exacerbate autoimmunity in subjects that have pre-existing autoimmune diseases. There have been more than 7,000 peer-reviewed studies published on molecular mimicry and autoimmune diseases and over 50 recognized cross-reactive relationships between specific viral pathogens and human tissue proteins. Several articles have remarked on the phenomena of molecular mimicry between SARS-CoV-2 and human proteins, and have postulated a connection between this mimicry and multi-organ disorders beyond the respiratory tract The reasoning is that immune response against the viral antigens following infection or vaccination can cross-react with human tissue antigens that share sequence homology with the virus, RESULTING IN AUTO IMMUNE REACTIVITY POSSIBLY FOLLOWED BY OUTRIGHT AUTO IMMUNE DISEASE. It’s sobering to realise that the New Zealand Government knows all about this risk….even as they urge you to line up for your vaccine.They are concerned enough about this risk to include it as one of the 58 “conditions” in the Conditional approval of the Pfizer vaccine in New Zealand.They have mandated Pfizer to supply them with additional information on this risk, to maintain their conditional consent.Just one small hitch. Pfizer don’t have to cough up their data until the end of July.All going well millions of New Zealanders will already have been vaccinated by then.

READ THE RESEARCH ARTICLE AT THE LINK BELOW:

https://www.frontiersin.org/…/fimmu.2020.617089/full…

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Why Are Children Being Vaccinated Against a Virus That Doesn’t Make Them Sick? And that they do not transmit?

The acute focus in this writing is on the vaccination of children under 12 years of age with the Covid-19 vaccines as this raises very serious and urgent issues that must be confronted by societies in terms of possible unnecessary harms to our children. SARS-CoV-2 virus that leads to Covid-19 disease may be used interchangeably in this report. Why this focus? Because there is now a major effort to test the new mRNA-based vaccines against SARS CoV-2 virus in young children.

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https://anti-empire.com/why-are-children-being-injected-with-a-vaccine-against-a-virus-that-doesnt-make-them-sick/

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The Merriam-Webster Dictionary has Quietly Changed the Definition of ‘Vaccine’ to Include the COVID-19 mRNA Injection

Thanks to theredelephants.com for alerting us to this change:

“Merriam-Webster dictionary has quietly changed the definition of the term ‘vaccine’ to include components of the COVID-19 mRNA injection. The definition of vaccine was specifically changed due to the COVID-19 injection.”
Read the full article here: https://theredelephants.com/merriam-webster-dictionary-quietly-changes-definition-of-vaccine-to-include-covid-19-mrna-injection/?fbclid=IwAR2G6rcpkwpvVG2PNyUN7zni5ng_Is5BHOhYAij9cP35FcNuOJ3d6wJ243Y
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Further comment from EWR
Below is a screen shot of the current amended version (the old is also in the article above), and below here are current examples of the new mRNA variety used in sentences … and all of the articles are referring to current events with the roll out. This is very directly influencing the reader:



Examples of vaccine in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the Web Will Ohioans still be able to get the vaccine at their pharmacies? — Robert Higgs, cleveland, “Can it be done? Opening mass coronavirus vaccination sites would pose mammoth logistic challenges,” 4 Mar. 2021 Find out how to get a vaccine with the Journal’s state-by-state guide. — WSJ, “Covid-19 Live Updates: Reported Daily U.S. Deaths and Cases Rise,” 4 Mar. 2021 Health experts have cautioned that Americans should get the vaccine they are offered. — Madeline Holcombe, CNN, “Some US bishops discourage Catholics from getting Johnson & Johnson vaccine if others are available,” 3 Mar. 2021 Wednesday is the first day people under 65 can get the vaccine because of various conditions such as heart disease, obesity, cancer and pregnancy with permission of their doctor. — David Fleshler, sun-sentinel.com, “DeSantis: Doctors will decide which people under 65 can get vaccine,” 3 Mar. 2021 Also in line on Friday to get the vaccine: U.S. Rep. Robin Shackleford and Indiana Senator Rodric Bray. — Sarah Nelson, The Indianapolis Star, “Holcomb said he will ‘walk the walk’ and get COVID-19 vaccine on Friday,” 3 Mar. 2021 Should pregnant women get the COVID-19 vaccine when eligible? — Jenny Mccoy, Glamour, “COVID Vaccine and Pregnancy: Everything You Need to Know,” 2 Mar. 2021 While children younger than 16 cannot get a vaccine yet, Gandhi believes enough adults will be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity by September, meaning the virus can’t circulate effectively so younger children won’t be exposed. — Jill Tucker, San Francisco Chronicle, “Bay Area parents worry that classrooms won’t reopen full time in the fall. When will normal return?,” 2 Mar. 2021 District residents with underlying health conditions are now able to get the vaccine, but the city’s registration website locked up repeatedly last week amid a flood of submissions. — Washington Post, “Q&A: Ask The Post about coronavirus cases, vaccines in the greater Washington region,” 1 Mar. 2021
These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word ‘vaccine.’ Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us feedback.

Words of the week then feature in the dictionary’s entry for 2020

You guessed it at the top of the list … the mRNA one produced by Pfizer:

The Words of the Week – 11/13/20

Some of the words that defined the week ending November 13, 2020


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The good. The bad. The semantically vague.

‘Vaccine’

Reports that Pfizer had developed a promising vaccine for the coronavirus caused an upswing in searches for that word.

On Monday, BioNTech and Pfizer announced that a vaccine for the coronavirus developed by Dr. Sahin and his team was more than 90 percent effective in preventing the disease among trial volunteers who had no evidence of having previously been infected.
— David Gelles, The New York Times, 10 Nov. 2020

Vaccine is define as “a preparation of killed microorganisms, living attenuated organisms, or living fully virulent organisms that is administered to produce or artificially increase immunity to a particular disease.” The word may be traced to the Latin vacca (meaning “cow”); the earliest vaccines, for smallpox, were developed from cowpox pustules.
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Here is wikipedia’s take which simply includes the mRNA piece (ie they haven’t changed the definition, just included the new mRNA variety):

RNA

Main article: RNA vaccine

An mRNA vaccine (or RNA vaccine) is a novel type of vaccine which is composed of the nucleic acid RNA, packaged within a vector such as lipid nanoparticles.[48] Among the COVID-19 vaccines are a number of RNA vaccines under development to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and some have received emergency use authorization in some countries. For example, the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines have emergency use authorization in the US.[49][50][51]

Experimental

Electroporation system for experimental “DNA vaccine” delivery

A number of innovative vaccines are also in development and in use:

  • Dendritic cell vaccines combine dendritic cells with antigens in order to present the antigens to the body’s white blood cells, thus stimulating an immune reaction. These vaccines have shown some positive preliminary results for treating brain tumors [52] and are also tested in malignant melanoma.[53]
  • DNA vaccination – The proposed mechanism is the insertion and expression of viral or bacterial DNA in human or animal cells (enhanced by the use of electroporation), triggering immune system recognition. Some cells of the immune system that recognize the proteins expressed will mount an attack against these proteins and cells expressing them. Because these cells live for a very long time, if the pathogen that normally expresses these proteins is encountered at a later time, they will be attacked instantly by the immune system. One potential advantage of DNA vaccines is that they are very easy to produce and store.
  • Recombinant vector – by combining the physiology of one micro-organism and the DNA of another, immunity can be created against diseases that have complex infection processes. An example is the RVSV-ZEBOV vaccine licensed to Merck that is being used in 2018 to combat ebola in Congo.[54]
  • T-cell receptor peptide vaccines are under development for several diseases using models of Valley Fever, stomatitis, and atopic dermatitis. These peptides have been shown to modulate cytokine production and improve cell-mediated immunity.
  • Targeting of identified bacterial proteins that are involved in complement inhibition would neutralize the key bacterial virulence mechanism.[55]
  • The use of plasmids has been validated in preclinical studies as a protective vaccine strategy for cancer and infectious diseases. However, in human studies, this approach has failed to provide clinically relevant benefit. The overall efficacy of plasmid DNA immunization depends on increasing the plasmid’s immunogenicity while also correcting for factors involved in the specific activation of immune effector cells.[56]

While most vaccines are created using inactivated or attenuated compounds from micro-organisms, synthetic vaccines are composed mainly or wholly of synthetic peptides, carbohydrates, or antigens.
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Cambridge Dictionary has the original definition but does include examples of sentences using ‘experimental vaccine’ (all ‘safe’):

Examples of experimental vaccine

These words are often used together. You can go to the definition of experimental or the definition of vaccine. Or, see other combinations with vaccine. These examples are from corpora and from sources on the web. Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors. None of the animals in the 2 experimentalvaccine groups exhibited any clinical symptoms. From the Cambridge English Corpus This method has been subsequently applied to serological diagnostic data obtained from an experimentalvaccine trial. From the Cambridge English Corpus It was put to us that, consequent upon that, cattle had been vaccinated with the experimental vaccine and that other cattle who were running with them had become infected. From the Hansard archive She was given an experimentalvaccine never before used on humans. From Wikipedia
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So all in all, from this peek into definitions, quietly indeed, the definition in Merriam Webster has been changed to include the new experimental injection which some independent scientists and doctors are saying, is not a vaccine. For further independent info on that listen to this lecture.

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So… what else has been changed in the dictionaries? They are changing your perceptions.

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WHO has rewritten the definition of herd immunity!

See the former & latter definitions at the link:

https://truth11.com/2021/03/12/the-who-has-rewritten-the-definition-of-herd-immunity/

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CDC removes blanket claim “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” from its website

LINK: https://markcrispinmiller.com/2021/01/cdc-removes-blanket-claim-vaccines-do-not-cause-autism-from-its-website/



 

ICAN, through its attorneys led by Aaron Siri, has been relentless in its legal demands and actions to compel the CDC to remove its blanket claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” from its website.  We are excited to report that the CDC has finally capitulated to those demands!  It has removed this claim from its website!  

CDC’s Autism-Vaccine Page
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The more than three-year journey for how ICAN, and its legal team, achieved this result is a story of determined persistence.  Here are the highlights.
 
ICAN’s Opening Salvo (Oct. 12, 2017 – Dec. 31, 2018)
 
The journey began with a letter sent to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) on October 12, 2017.  That letter explained why the CDC cannot scientifically claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” on its website.  ICAN then ended with the following demand: “Please confirm that HHS shall forthwith remove the claim that ‘Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism’ from the CDC website, or alternatively, please identify the specific studies on which HHS bases its blanket claim that no vaccines cause autism?
To put HHS and the CDC (an agency within HHS) on their heels, mere days after sending this letter, ICAN also sent a FOIA request on November 1, 2017, demanding:
 
All reports, scientific studies, and any other documents the CDC relied upon to support the assertion “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” located on its website at http://www.cdc.gov/‌vaccinesafety/concerns/autism.html.
 
The CDC quickly called ICAN’s counsel, Aaron Siri, regarding this request. After some negotiations, the CDC formally responded on November 7, 2017, stating that “A search of our records failed to reveal any documents beyond the records hyperlinked in the specific web site” to support the claim that vaccines do not cause autism.  The CDC had thus revealed a truth, one that HHS could not run from in its response to ICAN’s letter. 
 
On January 18, 2018, HHS responded to ICAN’s October 12th letter.  In that letter, HHS provided a list of studies it said supported the conclusion on its website that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism.”  All of the studies cited related either to a single vaccine, MMR, or to a single vaccine ingredient, thimerosal.  None of these studies support the claim that vaccines given during the first six months of life do not cause autism.
 
Given that HHS failed to support its claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism,” ICAN responded by letter dated December 31, 2018 wherein ICAN asserted that “HHS cannot scientifically claim that ‘Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism’” and “must therefore remove this claim from the CDC website until it can produce the studies to support the claim.”
           
ICAN’s Pincer Maneuver (Jan. 1, 2019 to June 18, 2019)
                                                    
In order to keep the pressure on to force the CDC to be honest with the public, during the first six months of 2019, ICAN submitted numerous requests for communications among key personnel within the CDC relating to autism.  Some of these requests sought emails going back decades.  The key players within the CDC with regard to vaccines and autism now knew we were watching, and that we would have their unvarnished, internal emails related to autism. 

ICAN Drops the Gauntlet (June 19, 2019 to Dec. 30, 2019)

Now that ICAN had gathered the proof in the form of evidence and admissions it needed to hold the CDC’s feet to the fire, on June 19, 2019, ICAN demanded that the CDC produce copies of the studies it relies upon to claim that all the vaccines given during the first six months of life “Do Not Cause Autism.”  These vaccines include DTaP, HepB, Hib, PCV13, and IPV.  ICAN also demanded that the CDC produce studies to support that the cumulative exposure to these vaccines during the first six months of life “Do Not Cause Autism.”
 
ICAN, of course, already had the CDC’s admissions on these points from its prior FOIA request in November 2017, the HHS letter exchange, and the CDC’s internal emails.  The CDC had nowhere to hide and no way to dissemble.  As expected, it responded to ICAN’s request with the same list of studies involving MMR or thimerosal.  Not a single study supported that DTaP, HepB, Hib, PCV13, and IPV do not cause autism. 

ICAN Battles the CDC in Court (Dec. 31, 2019 to March 5, 2020)

ICAN then put the pressure directly on the CDC.  Instead of walking away after the CDC effectively admitted it did not have the studies ICAN sought, ICAN sued the CDC in federal court.  The suit focused on the CDC’s claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” on the basis that the CDC had not specifically listed the precise studies that it asserts support that claim.  This lawsuit also quoted from the deposition of Dr. Stanley Plotkin, the godfather of vaccinology, who admitted under oath that he was “okay with telling the parent that DTaP/Tdap does not cause autism even though the science isn’t there yet to support that claim.”    
 
After a lot of wrangling between ICAN’s counsel Aaron Siri, and the Department of Justice, which was representing the CDC, the CDC finally capitulated and signed a stipulation that was entered as an order of the court on March 2, 2020in which the CDC identified 20 studies as the universe of support it relies upon to claim that DTaP, HepB, Hib, PCV13, and IPV do not cause autism.  Here is a summary of the vaccines these studies cover:
 
·      1 relating to MMR (not a vaccine ICAN asked about);
·      13 relating to thimerosal (not an ingredient in any vaccine ICAN asked about);
·      4 relating to both MMR and thimerosal;
·      1 relating to antigen (not a vaccine) exposure; and
·      1 relating to MMR, thimerosal, and DTaP.
 
Incredibly, the one study relating to DTaP on the CDC’s list was a recent review by the Institute of Medicine (IOM), paid for by the CDC, which conducted a comprehensive review looking specifically for studies relating to whether DTaP does or does not cause autism.  The IOM concluded that it could not identify a single study to support that DTaP does not cause autism. Instead, the only relevant study the IOM could identify found an association between DTaP and autism.
 
In other words, the only study the CDC listed that actually looked at any of the vaccines given to babies during the first six months of life concluded that there are no studies to support that DTaP does not cause autism.  Yet, the CDC chose that study as one of the few that supports its claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism”! 
 
This reality is truly incredible because, when it comes to autism, vaccines are the one suspected culprit that the CDC claims to have exhaustively investigated but, yet, the CDC could not provide a single study to support its conclusion that the vaccines given during the first six months of life do not cause autism. 
 
The CDC regularly complains that those raising concerns about vaccine safety are unscientific and misinformed.  It is therefore truly stunning that when we asked the CDC for studies to support its claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism,” the March 2, 2020 stipulation and order made it abundantly clear that it was the CDC’s own claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” that was unscientific.
 
            ICAN’s Coup de Grâce (Mar. 6, 2020 to Aug. 26, 2020)
And now for the coup de grâce.  ICAN’s demands at the end of 2019 and over which it took the CDC to court in early 2020 were for the studies the CDC “relied upon” to claim that Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism.  ICAN now had a court ordered stipulation that specifically listed the twenty studies the CDC “relied upon” to support this claim – none of which supported that the vaccines given during the first six months of life do not cause autism. 
 
To assure that the CDC understood ICAN was never, ever, ever, letting this issue go, on March 6, 2020 (days after concluding the federal lawsuit) ICAN submitted the following FOIA demand to the CDC: “All studies supporting the claim that DTaP does not cause autism” and days later requested “Studies created or retained by CDC to support the claim that DTaP does not cause autism.”  The difference between this and ICAN’s prior requests is subtle but powerful.  Instead of asking for the studies the CDC “relied upon” to support that DTaP does not cause autism (as it did previously), ICAN was now seeking the studies that in fact support that DTaP does not cause autism. 
 
In response to this request, the CDC could not list its MMR or thimerosal studies – its hands were tied.  It understood there was nowhere left to hide its unsupported claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism.”  And it knew that ICAN would again take it to court, and this time the outcome could be even harsher. 
 
            The CDC Capitulates

On the heels of the foregoing, and dozens of related demands regarding autism that ICAN continued to press, in the dead of the night, and without any fanfare or announcement, on August 27, 2020, the CDC website removed the claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” from its website!  The CDC had finally capitulated to the truth!   
 
Compare for yourself the CDC’s autism-vaccine webpage on August 26, 2020versus August 27, 2020.
 
You may be wondering why we waited until now to announce this amazing news.  Well, ICAN and its legal team have been so busy fighting on dozens of vaccine related fronts (mandatory MMR vaccines, flu shot requirements, improper COVID vaccine trials, etc.) that we only realized the CDC’s vaccine-autism claim had been removed when we recently turned back to that front!  Like a Mayan temple hidden in plain sight for hundreds of years, ICAN only recently discovered the CDC’s silent capitulation.    
 
            The Future
 
The most recent data from CDC shows that 1 in 36 children born this year in the United States will develop autism. This is a true epidemic. If the CDC had spent the same resources studying vaccines and autism as it did waging a media campaign against parents that claim vaccines caused their child’s autism, the world would be a better place for everyone.
 
To their credit, parents with autistic children have never backed down.  In the face of incessant brow beatings by public health authorities, studies have found between 40% and 70% of parents with an autistic child continue to blame vaccines for their child’s autism, typically pointing to vaccines given during the first six months of life.  These parents know what they experienced, what their parental instincts tell them, and no amount of shaming can change that truth.  
 
With the removal of the claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism,” it is ICAN’s sincere hope that our public health authorities have turned or will soon be turning the corner on this issue.  That they will fund independent scientists to conduct the desperately needed studies of autism and the cumulative impact of the vaccines given during the first six months of life. 
 
The cries of parents who know that vaccines caused their child’s autism should no longer be ignored.  The science must be done. And ICAN will continue to fight to make sure that that it is done.
 
            Epilogue

The CDC’s website does continue to claim that “Vaccine ingredients do not cause autism” and so ICAN’s fight continues!  Our next step will be to force the CDC to admit whether or not they are also making this claim for aluminum adjuvants used in vaccines.  And if so, to produce the studies to support this claim.  (See ICAN’s white paper on aluminum adjuvants and autism here.)
 
Of course, whether one or more ingredients, like water used in vaccines, does not cause autism is not really the issue.  The question is whether the vaccine, the product itself as formulated, causes autism.  And we now know that the CDC finally understands that it can no longer claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism.”  
 
This victory for truth and science could not have happened without the encouragement ICAN receives from its supporters like you.  Thank you for making our work possible!
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