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350 to 500 new post-Covid-19 vaccination deaths reported to VAERS each week – (A REPORT)

From The Health Forum NZ group @ fb

A report on the U.S. Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) of the COVID-19 Messenger RNA (mRNA) biologicals”

ESSENTIAL VIEWING…
Dr Jessica Rose recently submitted a report for publication in a medical journal (it has been accepted and pending publication) entitled: A report on US VAERS of Covid 19 mRNA Biologics”
I highly recommend watching this calm, factual, statistical and evidential review of Adverse Event reports in the American data base (VAERS).
Key points raised:
*350 to 500 new post Covid 19 vaccination deaths reported to VAERS each week.
*The trajectory of injuries stands out for a number of reasons (see below).
*Immunological injuries are exponentially rising above all others
*The VAERS data may be indicating that we are seeing “Pathogenic Priming” (this occurs when there is a high degree of similarity between human and viral proteins…and this can lead to AUTO IMMUNE DISEASE)
*The data indicates a “red flag” for spontaneous post vaccination abortion (miscarriage and stillbirth), clustered in the 24 to 48 hrs post vaccine.
*There is a “red flag” warning for menstrual dysregulation post vaccine. This is potentially an extremely serious issue with unknown long term consequences. This was not seen or recorded in the original trials.
*Severe Adverse Events are 32% higher than the usual rate of reporting per head of population. (e.g. much higher incidence of server adverse events with the covid vaccines vs any existing vaccine)
*There are a growing number of “breakthrough cases” e.g. Covid 19 in fully vaccinated people.
*Pfizer vaccinated people are experiencing a significantly higher incidence of breakthrough infection.
*There is no way of predicting the scale of the long term immunological disaster that is potentially on our doorstep, in Covid 19 vaccinated people.

WATCH AT YT:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMY2tdFNkRU

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This brief video exposes the connection between the 1979 Kissinger Report and depopulation

From globalskywatch.com

“Depopulation Documented

This brief video exposes the connection between the Kissinger Report and depopulation.

Keep in mind that any document openly released to the public by the elite organizations and fraternities are intended as disinformation. Think about it. They would not openly offer these documents to the public if they contained information that was intended to be kept secret.

So what does this tell us? This tells us that the document is intended to disinform the public.

In this video, the Kissinger report states that they intend to keep population below 8 billion. Why would they say this openly to the public? To convince the public that no harsh population reduction program is currently in progress when in fact, aggressive depopulation is a priority of the global government body.

READ MORE (PLUS VIDEO) AT LINK BELOW:

http://globalskywatch.com/chemtrails/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=4049#Post4049

RELATED: Massive Depopulation by 2025 (Edwin Deagle – Think “CFR”)

The notorious 2011 article on Bill Gates and depopulation

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A NZ woman speaks out on radio about her experience after taking the COVID-19 Vaccine

From voicesforfreedom.co.nz

In very brief summary, this NZ woman reporting her experience following the covid-19 injection, did not feel fully informed, felt coerced with respect to retaining her employment, was not fully supported by NZ’s medical establishment after the injury, the medical center did not report her adverse reaction and says she was treated with hostility by one of the ambulance staff about any implied link. She is recovering but has decided not to take the second shot. Read the article and listen to her interview with Peter Williams on Magic Talk Radio. EWR

The article:

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Over the past month, NZ has witnessed the rollout of the new, experimental COVID-19 Comirnaty vaccine from Pfizer to border workers, frontline staff and their families.

The government and media report that there has been high uptake from within this industry and there has been no mention of ANY adverse reactions in the news. But this is not what we are hearing behind the scenes from people within the industry.

We have spoken with border workers up and down the nation and they report that many of their colleagues have made the choice to delay or decline this vaccine. In some regions, that number is close to 50%.

We have also heard about vaccine injury.

Jane* has recounted to us the distressing story of her experience with workplace coercion and of suffering an adverse reaction to the vaccine she was administered back at the beginning of March.

Here is her story…

Jane is a healthy young mother of three children. She is the breadwinner for her family and whilst she didn’t actually want to take the COVID-19 vaccine, she was left with little choice – to take the vaccine and keep her job, or decline and be unable to continue in her role within the organisation. Voices for Freedom have confirmed that this same messaging has also been communicated to border workers (in the same role) in another part of the country.

She described the speed with which the rollout took place within her workplace and how she felt ill-informed and rushed into a decision prior to the administration of her vaccine…”

(Note: voicesforfreedom invite you to send in any experience you may have had following the injection … see details at the link).

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https://voicesforfreedom.co.nz/covid-19-vaccine-injury-in-nz-janes-story/?fbclid=IwAR2xuZbS_hHZKzuesgfSfhOA6pInUIY27oKnl3Imy4EBxQXn4NayUEOTFr4

RELATED:
For those still deciding about the new non-mandatory CV vaccine … here is a list of factors to consider

If your boss asks you to get vaccinated – from NZ lawyer Sue Grey

Some pertinent feedback for you from people who have taken the COVID vaccine for which clinical trials don’t finish note, until 2023

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The NZ health issue you probably never heard about that’s causing pain & suffering for 100s of men & women – medical malpractice & the medical mesh debacle

“A clear theme that emerged was the lack of accountability for mesh-injured patients – many of whom, in hindsight, had not been given adequate information about the surgery they were having and whether their surgeons were properly qualified to be undertaking procedures in the first instance”

“Patients injuries and needs have rarely been acknowledged or validated by those in the health system, leaving them feeling desperate and, in many cases, contemplating suicide”

New Zealand Surgical Mesh Restorative Justice Report Finally Released.

Tangible Concrete Commitments… Where Are They?

The use of surgical mesh for medical procedures has come under increasing scrutiny around the world because of high complication rates and problems with patient safety.

Consumer advocacy group Mesh Down Under has been lobbying since 2012 for practical help and changes in health care based on patient safety and rights.

The report, written by the Victoria University Restorative Justice research team dedicated to the 7-month long surgical mesh project (https://www.restorativehealth.net/), was published today by the Ministry of Health.

The researchers analysed feedback that was provided by both patients and surgeons who contributed anonymously to the report. Several surgeons said when they tried to raise concerns about a colleague’s ability to perform mesh surgery, they were severely bullied. That has perpetuated a culture which fails basic patient care and safety standards.

Even more devastating it was noted that when patients have been injured, they have found their original surgeons unable to fix injuries caused by surgery. Their concerns, injuries and pain were reported as often dismissed and labelled as “being in their head”.

That harm continues when the patient then deals with state agencies. Hundreds of patients detailed obstructive and protracted claims processes with the ACC. When they tried to raise concerns with the Health and Disability Commissioner regarding the medical treatment that had led to their injuries, the process was also arduous and difficult.

A clear theme that emerged was the lack of accountability for mesh-injured patients – many of whom, in hindsight, had not been given adequate information about the surgery they were having and whether their surgeons were properly qualified to be undertaking procedures in the first instance.

The report encapsulates the sometimes harrowing details and personal stories from hundreds of men and women in New Zealand who have been harmed by the use of surgical mesh in their treatment.

Stories regale poor health information, surgical incompetence, medical negligence and an alarming lack of accountability among health professionals and other agencies which are supposed to put patient rights and safety first.

Mesh Down Under fully supported this Restorative Justice process. It was an extremely significant and important step to take, although it is several years too late. We commend the way that this process has been undertaken, finally giving the mesh injured community to share their lived experiences of what has been going on behind the scenes.

While the report identifies a raft of proposals, we would like a clear commitment from the Government on these. There is no need for further consultation or review, as they have been identified to be in patients’ best interests and safety numerous times, including as part of the Health Select Committee report three years ago.

The continual delays in the progress of the necessary initiatives and changes that had previously been identified as urgently needed have been reiterated once again within this report. Seeing the same proposals come up yet again, for the specific help that we have been asking for several years, has resulted in a great deal of distress for some of our members.

After a summation meeting in Wellington, last month, Mesh Down Under was told that the relevant individual health agencies would be contacted by the Restorative Justice Team to confirm their commitments to action.

We are yet to see these commitments in full but will continue to push for robust funding. Without it, we wonder how the Government can support these agencies to make any meaningful progress on the proposed programs or ensure change is implemented with urgency.

We are pleased with the few measurable, tangible concrete commitments and timelines identified and we will be watching closely to ensure these promises of action are kept.

Mesh Down Under believe that these questions need to be asked of the government-

1. Will implementing the actions identified in the report meet the needs of those already harmed and prevent future harm?

2.Will the government provide the funding that will be required to implement the actions identified and when?

3.Will New Zealand finally follow overseas action and suspend mesh procedures whilst mandating high vigilance scrutiny on non-mesh procedures, until all recommendations are actioned and fully implemented?.

We look forward to the Government’s timely response.

Link to report: www.

Excerpts from the report:

“Patients emphasized that a meaningful apology must include acknowledgement of harm…….”The loss of trust they now have in health care providers and institutions cannot be overstated”.

“Restoring trust and confidence in clinicians and the healthcare system was considered a major priority” of this process. But patients identified that “this is dependent on “seeing tangible progress” in rectifying the problems created by surgical mesh.”

“Patients injuries and needs have rarely been acknowledged or validated by those in the health system, leaving them feeling desperate and, in many cases, contemplating suicide”.

ENDS

MEDIA BACKGROUNDER

By 2002 surgical mesh devices were freely available in New Zealand, which had (AND STILL HAS ) no requirements for pre-market testing or proof of safety or efficacy for medical devices. Surgeons recommended the procedure to patients, who received very little information about what the surgery involved. Research showed that very few, if any, were warned about the potential risks of lifelong complications.

In 2008 a statement was released by the FDA, warning of risks from pelvic mesh such as erosion of vaginal tissues, pain, infection, recurrence of POP, and new onset of SUI. At that time New Zealand’s Medsafe had received only 14 reports of adverse events (such reports are not mandatory, and the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) did not share treatment injury information with Medsafe until 2017. After a review, Medsafe concluded that the benefits outweighed the risks.

This all changed in 2012 when the first US court case against a mesh manufacturer concluded in favour of the patient. The gag order came off and media coverage began. Affected people made the link between their pain and suffering and the mesh implant, and realised they were not alone. As Carmel Berry recalled: ‘The feeling of finally being believed was overwhelming. I wanted to talk to other people, share my story publicly and warn others to avoid mesh.’

The formation of Mesh Down Under

Mesh Down Under was initially conceived as an online support group for people to share their lived mesh experiences. From the initial group of six members, numbers grew to over 50 within a few months. Co-founders Carmel Berry, Patricia Sullivan and Charlotte Korte realised that the number of mesh-injured New Zealanders was increasing and that the issue needed to be highlighted to the health sector and lawmakers.

Over the following two years, calling themselves ‘The Three Meshketeers’, they undertook to fully research the scale and scope of the issue, and endeavour to highlight to health authorities the difficulties faced by these patients, as they searched for the recognition of their symptoms and the help they needed.

They doggedly sought help from many organisations and people in the health sector, including Medsafe, Women’s Health Action, representatives of various medical colleges, the Health Quality and Safety Council, Health and Disability Commissioner (HDC), and ACC. Almost every meeting concluded with a recommendation that they pursue another agency or organisation that ‘may be able to help’.

They also regularly wrote to politicians and ministers asking them to investigate the growing number of mesh-related treatment Injury claims. They established relationships with media contacts and got regular coverage by investigative journalists, who were also seeing the global scandal unravelling.

Taking action

By March 2014 they believed they had enough evidence to convince the government to launch a full inquiry into the problem. They launched a petition calling for the Health Select Committee to recommend an independent and transparent inquiry into the use of surgical mesh in New Zealand. This was followed by their supporting submission, providing ‘overwhelming evidence about the use and issues of surgical mesh and … concrete ways to improve outcomes for patients’.

After numerous gruelling sessions where the women were challenged by top health officials, the Health Select Committee’s report was presented to Parliament on 1 June 2016. It included seven recommendations, in three areas: the investigation of options for a surgical registry, improvement in medical practice, and the role of the regulator in pre-market medical device approval. In a report tabled on 24 August 2016, the government carefully considered the Committee’s report and supported all of its recommendations.

8 critical words were part of the Select Committee recommendations was “take note of the petitioners’ and others’ experiences. And that was the basis for kick-starting and implementing the ‘Restorative Justice Mesh Project which finally began in late 2018.

While Mesh Down Under currently has 911 members.

Full story with references can be found here: https://nzhistory.govt.nz/women-together/mesh-down-under
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In Search Of The Red Cross’ $500 Million In Haiti Relief

Special Report: The American Red Cross

When a devastating earthquake leveled Haiti in 2010, millions of people donated to the American Red Cross. The charity raised almost half a billion dollars. It was one of its most successful fundraising efforts ever.

The American Red Cross vowed to help Haitians rebuild, but after five years the Red Cross’ legacy in Haiti is not new roads, or schools, or hundreds of new homes. It’s difficult to know where all the money went.

NPR and ProPublica went in search of the nearly $500 million and found a string of poorly managed projects, questionable spending and dubious claims of success, according to a review of hundreds of pages of the charity’s internal documents and emails, as well as interviews with a dozen current and former officials.

The Red Cross says it has provided homes to more than 130,000 people, but the number of permanent homes the charity has built is six.

The Red Cross long has been known for providing emergency disaster relief — food, blankets and shelter to people in need. And after the earthquake, it did that work in Haiti, too. But the Red Cross has very little experience in the difficult work of rebuilding in a developing country.


This story was reported in partnership between NPR News Investigations and ProPublica, an investigative journalism organization. Read more from ProPublica: How the Red Cross Raised Half a Billion Dollars for Haiti and Built Six Homes (lire en Français).

 

“Five hundred million in Haiti is a lot of money,” says Jean-Max Bellerive, who was prime minister until 2011. “I’m not a big mathematician, but I can make some additions. It doesn’t add up for me.”

On a recent day, Bellerive was sipping coffee in his living room, high above Port-au-Prince, with Joel Boutroue, who was the United Nations deputy special representative in Haiti before the earthquake and an advisor to the Haitian government afterward. Boutroue says he can’t account for where the nearly $500 million went either.

They considered the Red Cross’ claim on its website and press releases: That all the money went to help 4.5 million Haitians get “back on their feet.”

“No, no, not possible,” Bellerive says. “We don’t have that population in the area affected by the earthquake.”

“You know,” Boutroue chimes in, “4.5 million was 100 percent of the urban area in 2010. One hundred percent. It would mean the American Red Cross would have served entire cities of Haiti.”

It’s not unheard of for the Red Cross to make such a claim. Not long ago, the charity hired a group of consultants to review one of its projects in the north of the country. They found the charity’s math unreliable when it came to counting people it helped. There was double-counting, undercounting, and in one instance the Red Cross claimed to have helped more people than actually lived there.

David Meltzer, the Red Cross’ general counsel and head of the international division, says the charity helped millions through trying and difficult circumstances, including a cholera outbreak and a government in disarray.

“The Red Cross has provided clean water, sanitation, vaccinations, disaster preparedness, cholera prevention,” he says. “All of the money that has been spent has been focused on benefiting the people of Haiti.”

Meltzer says the Red Cross took the almost $500 million and split it into sectors. For example, the organization spent $69 million on emergency relief, $170 million providing shelter and $49 million on water and sanitation efforts.

The Red Cross also has outlined over the years some of the projects it has funded, such as millions of dollars given for new hospitals, vaccination programs, and disbursement of tents and water tablets. The charity says it has done more than 100 projects in Haiti, repairing 4,000 homes, giving several thousand families temporary shelters and donating $44 million for food.

But the charity will not provide a list of specific programs it ran, how much they cost or what their expenses were.

Meltzer says the public can see in the organization’s five-year report: a pie chart showing the percentage of the money that went to each sector. But he will not provide greater detail about where the money went.

https://www.npr.org/2015/06/03/411524156/in-search-of-the-red-cross-500-million-i

Forced harvesting of body organs – 10 years of investigation

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Harvested Alive -Ten year’s investigate of force organ harvesting As a doctor, Zhiyuan Wang spent 30 years studying how to save lives. He never imagined that he would spend another 10 years investigating how doctors killing innocent lives…… Welcome to visit our website to know more detail. http://www.harvestedalive.com
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9/11 for dummies

A sub 5 minute educational video about the events surrounding 9/11. How 19 men armed with box cutters and directed by a man on dialysis in a cave fortress halfway around the world, launched the most sophisticated attack in history, against the most heavily defended nation on the planet.

Published on Apr 13, 2012

Mainstream is now telling us our children are born with lower IQ due to climate change … no mention of fluoride

Beating the climate drum again. The peddlers of the climate change ruse are getting desperate. Lamestream is now pushing low IQs onto climate. No mention of fluoride’s part in lowering IQ. No mention either of weather manipulation aka geoengineering. If you’re taken in by the propaganda you need to listen to the Australian Senator’s recent revelations. And check out the weather spin from NZ’s own Ministers for the environment. EWR

RELATED: AUSTRALIAN SEN MALCOLM ROBERTS EXPOSES THE CLIMATE CHANGE SCAM
US GOVERNMENT FUNDED STUDY CONFIRMS FLUORIDE REDUCES CHILDRENS’ IQ


 

From newshub.co.nz

Children who experience extreme weather events before they’re born have lower IQs than those that don’t, a new report suggests.

The report from Global Health Alliance Australia laid bare the impacts climate change is having on health, AAP reports.

It looked at more than 100 pieces of research and policy analysis to work out how environmental conditions are affecting people’s health.

Global Health Alliance Australia executive director Misha Coleman was shocked by fact the research suggested an effect on children’s IQ.

Studies on the subject found evidence the change is due to stress hormones from the mother crossing into the placenta.

One study found specific effects in children that went through the 2011 Brisbane floods, which was part of a cluster of floods in Queensland from 2010 to 2011.

“It’s been estimated that those kids lost about 14 IQ points because of the stress their mothers went through,” Coleman told AAP.

The study also revealed higher temperatures and greenhouse gasses are leading to increased asthma attacks and allergies.

Coleman said sometimes it could be hard for people to understand the broader implications of climate change on health.

“During the Black Saturday fires for example, people know about how many people died in the fires,” she told AAP.

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2019/07/children-born-with-lower-iq-due-to-climate-change-report-suggests.html?fbclid=IwAR3PzkrnqKgb1c6baLI_mkJXGrp8NuHz-5ksvjf0D3IwbRvFTHqN7yHjGsc

More ‘Public Excluded’ Council Shenanigans from Southland this time

More secret squirrel behaviour in the Councils …  from Southland Regional Council this time. You have to ask, what are they hiding? See how they are listed at Dun & Bradstreet as companies. Check out our Agenda 21/2030 in NZ pages to shed some light on what’s really happening with our Councils. Have a read of Naomi Jacobs’ ebook there, you can download the pdf file. Very enlightening, touching on the Kaipara goings on. 

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The article is from stuff.co.nz

Environment Southland councillor sparks up after being shut down

Environment Southland councillor Robert Guyton has been shut down from speaking about a damning water quality report at a council meeting.

Councillors instead decided to speak about the issue at a closed workshop in which the public and media will not be invited.

Robert Guyton wanted to talk about a Ministry of Environment Report released on Thursday which says New Zealand’s lakes and rivers are coming under increasing pressure for reasons including land use.

The report was tabled at an Environment Southland committee meeting and Guyton noted the “strident” media coverage it had received that day,  including calls from some quarters for an immediate reduction in cow numbers.

However, Environment Southland chief executive Rob Phillips said the issue would be better spoken about in a council workshop, with Cr Lloyd McCallum agreeing.

Guyton was not happy.

“I am rather puzzled why we aren’t allowed to speak about it now,” he said.

“We seem to be burying it in a workshop. What’s the purpose of this meeting,” he asked.

Phillips said the report was tabled at the meeting as a “heads up” for councillors and the item was not on the agenda.

He said it was appropriate to have a “more considered” discussion about the issue at a later date.

Cr  Ross Cockburn, the committee meeting chairman, also said it was more appropriate to have it in a workshop at a later date, but Guyton voiced his opposition.

After the meeting, Guyton said he believed the water quality report should have been spoken about by councillors in the public forum so the public knew where the councillors stood.

“To shove it into a workshop which is public excluded, I think is wrong.”

“Southland people would like to know what their elected members are thinking on this issue,” Guyton said.

“If they are only getting the sanitised version they shouldn’t feel confident they are being well represented.”

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http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/91982869/environment-southland-councillor-sparks-up-after-being-shut-down

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