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1 minute ago, bamboozooka said:

schools are putting "normal" kids on special education needs registers behind parents backs to get more funding.

 

i know i got the t shirt and i got the apology that they never followed a single protocol that they should by law 

Yea that and what counts as " normal has changed dramatically over the last couple of decades

I had a fight a week at primary school. I'd be on a register now if I tried that.

 

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8 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

I've read at least 2 reports from doctors in the last few months refuting the notion that there is any such thing as a mild or case or disappearing case. Once you have it, there is a real danger that you could drop dead as a direct result at any time without prior warning. To be afflicted with that, particularly in youth, is like the sword of Damocles.

I'm reporting the results from a scientific study I read.

 

They said returned to normal,mostly.

 

That in it's self is serious damnation of the vaccine program in adolescents.

 

The fact they were having heart issues at all.

 

If you want to take it further and find a study were it was perminent. I would be delighted to read it. This is evolving rapidly. Nothing is set in stone. I just hope for the sake of the kids your wrong

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2 hours ago, Human10 said:

The worst part of a scam is there control groups... After last vaccines my dad's dogs got sever allergy. It's skin is constant itchy. Of course it's just coincidence.

You can't be sure what impact vaccines had on your health. Maybe it will be cause of Alzheimer or cancer in the future... 

 

Last year I was chatting to a man at the vets, and his dog had an itchy rash since having a vaccine. I was all ears, of course, and glad, once again, to be in the right place at the right time. Many people have the pieces of the puzzle. It takes time to put it together, especially if they're not talking openly to each other, with some faith / experience, in sharing and learning from each other. Community 'centres', pubs, or simply chatting in a queue, and so much else, make it harder to conceal the truth

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9 minutes ago, jois said:

Yea that and what counts as " normal has changed dramatically over the last couple of decades

I had a fight a week at primary school. I'd be on a register now if I tried that.

 

your argument has no reason

you been busy in 4 days

who sent you here?

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29 minutes ago, jois said:

Unless your very odd you don't get tested. What about the ones who are only a bit odd. Test them and you have more autism don't and you have less

 

from back in 2012:

50% of the rise in autism prevalence is unexplained

 

 

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18 minutes ago, jois said:

I'm reporting the results from a scientific study I read.

 

They said returned to normal,mostly.

 

That in it's self is serious damnation of the vaccine program in adolescents.

 

The fact they were having heart issues at all.

 

If you want to take it further and find a study were it was perminent. I would be delighted to read it. This is evolving rapidly. Nothing is set in stone. I just hope for the sake of the kids your wrong

 

I am also referring to reports from experts in the field, as opposed to something I have conjured out of my imagination, which I would be delighted to read to you, were it not that they now appear to have been cleansed from the internet. And Abracadabra - the only descriptions now all over the place read like arrhythmia, which I am familiar with as my daughter suffered from it. Fancy that, eh!

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https://rumble.com/v17iv9t-protect-the-innocent-an-interview-with-dr-palevsky.html

 

In this episode we discuss the following:

- Are the COVID-19 gene therapy vaccines safe or effective for children of any age.

- Dr Palevsky explains how this is not a vaccine.

- How all childhood vaccines have never been studied for safety.

- The alarming increase in autism rates in children that has occurred in the last 40 years, and the current very high rates of neuro developmental disability, and high rates of seizures in children under 5.

- Do vaccine ingredients enter the brains of our children?

- The 2021 study done by Dr Paul Thomas and Dr James Lyons-Weiler that showed that unvaccinated children were healthier then vaccinated children.

- The suspension of Dr Paul Thomas.

- The lack of pharmacokinetics studies on childhood vaccines and the COVID-19 vaccines.

- Do children get sick or die from COVID-19, and what MIS-C (multi system inflammatory syndrome) is.

- The reason Pfizer and Moderna are attempting to have their COVID-19 vaccines approved for children under 5 years of age.

- Are there financial incentives in the USA for GPs and pediatricans to give vaccines to children.

- Informed consent and how a physician should practise with their patients - tell them what to do or teach them what to do.

- How the US FDA has approved Remdesivir (COVID-19 anti viral medication) for children.

- The lawsuit against the District of Columbia from ICAN, striking down the bill that allowed 11 year olds to approve their own vaccination without parental consent or knowledge.

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I could laugh, but contemptuously, or cry, copiously.

 

I've found the Reuter's fact check article now on Myocarditis - it seems to point to the myocarditis that is caused by Covid as having a high mortality rate, whereas myocarditis caused by Covid 'vaccinations' has a quick recovery rate. (Nothing linked is familiar as being the articles I referred to having read before by the way). Did someone say Bollux? Right, now I'm off on my flying pig to get some green cheese from the moon for my supper. 

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-myocarditis-covid19-vaccine-idUSL1N2S924L

 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, jois said:

They may or may not be talking bollux.

 

There is certainly logic in what they say. But they could of course just be lieing.

 

There were at least one odd kid in every class of 30 when I was at school.

 

Were they autistic or just odd. Is there a difference.?

 

Unless your very odd you don't get tested. What about the ones who are only a bit odd. Test them and you have more autism don't and you have less

 

One reason it's difficult to diagnose autism is that the symptoms are similar to attachment disorder and childhood trauma. Another issue is long waiting lists (2 years where I live) and I've heard of people not getting diagnosed until their mid-teens. 

 

So I guess there's potential for lots of people undiagnosed and misdiagnosed. And I wonder if the diagnostic techniques have changed over the years, to muddy the waters too. 

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3 hours ago, Campion said:

 

There was the controversy of MMR vaccines maybe causing autism in kids which I remember from the 90s. And now this, I wonder how much money the drug companies will be putting into researching the damage their products might be doing. 

 

Yes, this is why I never had my kids get MMR. Also, in the 80's there was controversy about the pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine. It made babies have convulsions. But it is still being pumped into infants. My kids had none of those...they are all grown and doing great. Babies get tons of vaccines now all before school... 😪 

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1 hour ago, jois said:

 

 

They are all of serious concern

 

This line is the only relevant line in my opinion. No one can know of potential re-occurrence of myocardia, same with myopathies generally. These conditions are potentially deadly. No one can know what will happen futuristically once the heart has been damaged. Same when ventricles enlarge ie adrenaline overload, the potential is serious.

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15 minutes ago, Campion said:

 

One reason it's difficult to diagnose autism is that the symptoms are similar to attachment disorder and childhood trauma. Another issue is long waiting lists (2 years where I live) and I've heard of people not getting diagnosed until their mid-teens. 

 

So I guess there's potential for lots of people undiagnosed and misdiagnosed. And I wonder if the diagnostic techniques have changed over the years, to muddy the waters too. 

They are also similar to the symptoms of lead poisoning that was being blamed for causing brain nervous system behaviour problems in kids.  Leaded petrol has been gone a while the issues persist

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Dr Vernon Coleman – “Studies suggest that 20% of Children with Myocarditis are dead in two years and 50% are dead in five years”

There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that the toxic, experimental covid-19 jab is killing far more children than have died with or of covid-19 – the rebranded flu.

Of course, the bad guys are doing everything they can to protect the reputation of the jabs which they are desperately keen to give to all five to eleven-year-olds. So, there’s a story that climate change causes heart defects and that it’s the non-existent global warming that is causing people to drop down dead in schools and on sports fields.

Suppressing the truth and promoting the lies are all part of the plan. Google, by the way, has belatedly been accused of putting the BBC and the Guardian at the top when searches are made. Those of us who are truth-tellers, questioning the lies and deceits, are left on page 73,654 or expunged completely. Or simply lied about.

Remember Whitty and other chief medical officers in the UK overruled the Joint Committee on Vaccines and Immunisation who had said that jabs aren’t worth the risk.

They warned that the risk of myocarditis was up to 17 per million with the first dose and 34 per million with the second dose. That was their figure. The UK Health Security Agency now says the risk is only 9 cases per million. Gosh, what a surprise. Only.

What they don’t tell people is that some studies suggest that 20% of children with myocarditis are dead in two years and 50% are dead in five years. This is not a bit of redness on the arm. I wonder if Devi Sridhar has apologised yet…

https://expose-news.com/2021/11/28/50-percent-kids-with-myocarditis-dead-within-5-years/

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2 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

 

This line is the only relevant line in my opinion. No one can know of potential re-occurrence of myocardia, same with myopathies generally. These conditions are potentially deadly. No one can know what will happen futuristically once the heart has been damaged. Same when ventricles enlarge ie adrenaline overload, the potential is serious.

Very few countries have been doing real time tracking of even symptoms let alone damage. Certainly not the UK.

 

No you are right nobody knows and we won't know for a long long time.such is the nature of retrospective data collection. You do need to wait for them to die in significant numbers to get a trend on a graph

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7 minutes ago, jois said:

Very few countries have been doing real time tracking of even symptoms let alone damage. Certainly not the UK.

 

No you are right nobody knows and we won't know for a long long time.such is the nature of retrospective data collection. You do need to wait for them to die in significant numbers to get a trend on a graph

 

Or better yet, don't be quoting the supposedly low damage statistics being published by Dr's in Singapore on the subject in the first place may I suggest.

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1 hour ago, Observations said:

 

Last year I was chatting to a man at the vets, and his dog had an itchy rash since having a vaccine. I was all ears, of course, and glad, once again, to be in the right place at the right time. Many people have the pieces of the puzzle. It takes time to put it together, especially if they're not talking openly to each other, with some faith / experience, in sharing and learning from each other. Community 'centres', pubs, or simply chatting in a queue, and so much else, make it harder to conceal the truth

It's sad to say but vaccines possibly make more business for vets... And I guess prices for a treatment are even higher than in Poland... 🙄

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1 hour ago, jois said:

I'm not sure there are many people who arnt on the spectrum.its a very long spectrum.

 

What's not clear is how many were on the spectrum before they started to vaccinate. No body knows as they hadn't even heard of autism back then

If you listen to interview with Aldous Huxley back in 1962 Berkeley university I think it was the" ultimate revolution " of  new behavioural controls and his book brave new world with its caste system it all makes sense that vaccines and fake vaccines would be used to modify the individual mind bodies 

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12 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

Or better yet, don't be quoting the supposedly low damage statistics being published by Dr's in Singapore on the subject in the first place may I suggest.

That's a mater of perspective. I don't view them as low. I view them as very worrying and quite possibly indicative of a far greater problem.

 

What we need is more studies with a greater sample size.

 

What's not actually helpful is making hard claims that have next to no data at all. That's what the British government is doing that's what some on here are doing.

 

Both sides it seems want to ignore actual data that doesn't fit the narative.what the government should do with immediate effect is stop jabbing children. There enough data to cause that to happen from the Singapore study alone

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14 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

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Probably jab heart attack 

jabs werent out then.

Vaccinations began on 8 December 2020 after Margaret Keenan became the first person in the world (outside trials) to receive her first dose of two of the Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

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