Almost fell out of my lazyboy with shock. The Vancouver Island CHEK news actually covered the sizeable links between the vaxxes and dysmenorrhea , though they don’t seem to have posted that video segment online.
Then John forwarded the abstract of a paper in the Journal of Virology on vaxx compromised immunity. Perhaps the dam is bursting?
There is still a way to go to convince the public but maybe not as far as you think. CHEK news is presently conducting a poll on this question,
“Should COVID-19 restrictions be reinstated?”
and when I last looked there were 343 votes in agreement and 283 votes opposed. Before you scream, “How could they be that stoopid!”, remember this is a vote largely from Victoria, a bastion of left wing righteousness. Sure the elderly fearful majority wants mandates back but a large 45% are opposed. This 45% estimate corresponds quite well with the 48% of BCers who have not been getting their booster shots. The number of triple+ vaxxed has stayed at a rounded 52% now for several months. I think the 31% who have two shots have gotten wise and are reluctant to get any more and add that to the 17% who are singly vaxxed and unvaxxed and that’s a large number of contrarians who are waking up.
One way out of this mess is to convince more and more people that the Covid restrictions are unnecessary for anyone under 60 (at least) and are dangerous to the welfare of all Canadians by destroying our economy and disrupting our society.
Here is the abstract of the Journal of Virology paper:
Adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccines and measures to prevent them
Recently, The Lancet published a study on the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines and the waning of immunity with time. The study showed that immune function among vaccinated individuals 8 months after the administration of two doses of COVID-19 vaccine was lower than that among the unvaccinated individuals. According to European Medicines Agency recommendations, frequent COVID-19 booster shots could adversely affect the immune response and may not be feasible. The decrease in immunity can be caused by several factors such as N1-methylpseudouridine, the spike protein, lipid nanoparticles, antibody-dependent enhancement, and the original antigenic stimulus. These clinical alterations may explain the association reported between COVID-19 vaccination and shingles. As a safety measure, further booster vaccinations should be discontinued. In addition, the date of vaccination should be recorded in the medical record of patients. Several practical measures to prevent a decrease in immunity have been reported. These include limiting the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, including acetaminophen to maintain deep body temperature, appropriate use of antibiotics, smoking cessation, stress control, and limiting the use of lipid emulsions, including propofol, which may cause perioperative immunosuppression. In conclusion, COVID-19 vaccination is a major risk factor for infections in critically ill patients.
Keywords: COVID-19; Critically ill patients; Risk factor; Vaccination; Vaccine-acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.