Saturday, March 20, 2021

Worrying trends in vaccine side effects [Letter from Great Britain – 03-20-21]


“The Financial Jigsaw” has been serialised here and is replaced by this weekly “Letter from Great Britain.”  NOTE If anyone would like an electronic copy of the complete book, I should be pleased to email a free PDF on request to:

This week some worrying reports are being logged about patients suffering severe side effects and death from the mRNA and Astra/Zeneca vaccines.  I have summarised the current situation from a report by my colleague at BOOM Economics:

“Vaccine uncertainty was highlighted at the end of the week by the suspension of the Astra Zeneca Covid vaccine in 10 nations, mostly in Europe, where there are now serious concerns about safety regarding blood clotting problems. A more detailed report concerning the risks of DIC from the new genetic material based vaccines is discussed below.  DIC is a fearful medical condition called disseminated intravascular coagulation.

“Denmark, Iceland and Norway [and now also Ireland and Netherlands] have suspended the use of the Oxford-Astra Zeneca Covid-19 vaccine while the European Union’s medicines regulator investigates whether the shot could be linked to a number of reports of blood clots.  Other nations taking similar actions include Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Luxembourg, Romania, Austria and Thailand. This amounts to 10 nations in total. [And others were subsequently were added]

Other governments are declaring the vaccine “safe and effective” in mass advertising campaigns aimed at introducing the new vaccine technologies on a large scale.  More and more people are choosing to no longer believe them.

            BOOM readers must read this letter which was sent to the European Medicines Agency on 28th February. It was also sent to Ursula Von Der Leyen, President of the European Commission and to Charles Michel, President of the Council of Europe.”


Read the complete BOOM article here:

BOOM refers to a distressing condition (DIC) that maybe arising from these vaccines but there are insufficient data at present to confirm any causal link.  Here is some information:

I will continue to monitor adverse effects of the vaccines as they become available.  This fifth UK government report provides details up to February 21.  The U.K. Government has released the fifth update highlighting adverse reactions to the Pfizer Covid jab and the Oxford / AstraZeneca Covid jab. It is important to note that a 2011 report by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Inc. funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services found that less than one percent of all vaccine adverse events are reported to VAERS.  If this is the case then the underlying number of events approximates to 7%:

“The fifth update covers adverse reactions inputted to the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme from the 9th December 2020 up to the 21st February 2021. In the week since the fourth report, which covered reported adverse reactions up to the 14th February, there have been a further 2892 Yellow Cards for the Pfizer vaccine and a further 11,490 yellow cards for the Oxford vaccine.

            But this does not mean the Pfizer jab is safer, the reason the number of Yellow Cards for the Oxford jab is much higher than the Pfizer jab is because there was a significantly higher number of doses of the Oxford jab administered between the 14th February – 21st February compared to the Pfizer jab.

As of the 21st February 2021 there have been 9.4 million doses of the experimental MRNA Pfizer jab administered with a reported 85,179 adverse reactions suffered. There have been 8.4 million doses of the Oxford jab administered as of the same date, with a reported 157,637 adverse reactions.”

Even in my local area we are getting reports of sudden deaths.  It seems that a reaction to the vaccine appears when the patient becomes infected with the virus after inoculation.  “A ‘devastating’ outbreak of coronavirus at a care home in Exmouth has now claimed the lives of nine residents.  Brandon House, a dementia specialist care home in Douglas Avenue, recorded its first case of Covid-19 last month. It has also been confirmed that two residents remain ‘quite poorly’.

All residents at the home received their first Covid-19 vaccine in January.  It’s the second care home in East Devon to be hit by an outbreak in recent weeks.  Police have launched an investigation at Holmesley Care Home in Fortescue Road, Sidmouth, where three deaths have now been confirmed. The majority of residents and staff there have tested positive for coronavirus.”

Clearly this raises issues about whether to have the jab as is being so heavily promoted by all the authorities and BigPharma.  I have always believed that the public should be allowed ‘informed consent’ and obviously we are not being properly informed – we are being pressured, in the extreme, to rush into an unproven ‘protection’ from a virus which is no more lethal than a sever flu infection.  For those who would feel safer having had an inoculation – there are choices:

The Chinese SINOVAC vaccine is a traditional one in that it uses inactivated pathogen to stimulate our immune system naturally to manufacture antigens unlike the ones being used in the West which force the body to produce antigens using experimental synthetic gene therapy – genetic engineering in other words.

One of my readers in China keeps in regular touch with news from the ground floor and this is what he says about the Chinese method:  “…..recently I read some essays and videos about the ‘terrifying’ E-484 variation and its affects.  Of course, no impact on China at all, in curing, preventing or vaccines; according to Chinese medical experts.   After all, our Chinese medicine aims at improving the immunity instead of any magical expensive medicine or dangerous advanced mRNA vaccines.”

“Sinovac has published a press release reporting the results of phase III trials of CoronaVac, its COVID-19 vaccine. This is a more conventional vaccine than the mRNA and vector vaccines currently in use in the UK: it uses “killed” SARS-CoV-2 virus as the antigen. As such, it may contain a wider range of antigens, not just the spike glycoprotein, which might – in theory, at least – mean better cross-protection against virus variants.”     

The sale of the century is very much on in Britain. The powers that be want every single person to be vaccinated, and they’re pulling out all the stops to make sure it happens.  Here are the five main ways the establishment is trying to manufacture your consent.

  • It’s being reported that everyone getting vaccinated is the only way to get “back to normal”. Don’t you want to go to the pub again? Or the gym? Or see granny? Or hug people? Well, just take the shot. Take the shot and all this lockdown and social distancing economic collapse and mounting poverty, it will all just go away.
  • One of the oldest and most widely used marketing gimmicks. Partly because it works, but mostly because it’s cheap and easy: Simply find a bunch of tools and put them to work. The NHS was not shy about this approach, claiming they were planning to enlist “sensible celebrities” who are “known and loved” to combat anti-vax sentiment.  Even if their intentions are correct, there’s no reason to assume any of them have any understanding of what they’re talking about. And none of these people has anything to lose should you or a loved one suffer any harm from taking an untested vaccine.
  • For weeks now we’ve been seeing headlines about “dwindling stock” of vaccines. Everyone who has ever been inside a store knows this trick. “While stocks last”, “limited time offer”, or a thousand other variants designed to create the idea that if you don’t acquire product X right now, you will miss your chance.
  • You can’t underestimate the idea of peer pressure when it comes to marketing, one of the oldest tricks in the book is culturing popularity through the idea that popularity already exists. It’s why people buy likes and views on YouTube and concerts have seat fillers.
  • This is an interesting one. There’s been a lot of talk about Vaccine Passports recently, and perhaps they will become a thing, but the vast majority of the public discourse is spreading the idea they are “inevitable”. Now, the idea of inevitability is a powerful tool. You can encourage it as a way of preparing the ground for a policy role out, sure, but you can also use it to engender feelings of defeat in your opposition and thus gain their consent without force.

“If vaccine take-up was really at 94%, there’d be no need to sell the vaccine so much. If they were really running out of vaccines, the papers wouldn’t be advertising it, they’d be telling people not to panic.  In short, there’s good reason to think the resistance to the “new normal” is a lot more widespread than the establishment ever expected it to be.  You don’t put the Queen on a zoom call when you’re winning the argument.”

UPDATE – More European countries halt the Astra/Zeneca jab.  Germany, France, Italy and Spain temporarily halted inoculations with the vaccine last Monday after reported incidents of bleeding, blood clots and a low count of blood platelets in some people who had received the AstraZeneca shot.

And here is a short report about the Israeli situation – well worth reading as it backs up everything I have been saying:  I think TBP team will like this one!

Then, last Thursday, the European Health Regulators approved the Astra/Zeneka vaccine saying it really, really safe – nothing to see here – If you believe this, I have a bridge to sell you.

Britain has won one battle against GloboCap – at least here the little people have won a round:  Uber is to guarantee its 70,000 UK drivers a minimum hourly wage, holiday pay and pensions from today after a landmark Supreme Court ruling. It is a dramatic U-turn from insisting, like many delivery and courier companies, that its drivers are independent self-employed “partners” not entitled to basic rights enjoyed by employees. Last month the UK Supreme Court dismissed Uber’s appeal against a 2016 landmark employment tribunal ruling that its drivers should be classed as workers.

UK has agreed a trade deal with the EU. I will comment on the progression of this deal as it affects the UK economy. 

‘Barely scraping by’ after Brexit – The manufacturing trade group Make UK has found in a survey of more than 200 leading industrial companies that 74% are facing delays with EU imports and exports amid continuing disruption caused by Brexit and the pandemic. More than half of companies said they were suffering from increased costs, while more than a third had lost out on sales, and fear of continued disruption was costing them future business. Catherine Bedford, founder of Dashel, which makes carbon fibre and recycled cycle helmets, said the disruption was killing her business. “Thanks to Brexit, we’ve gone from profitable to barely scraping by,” she said. Make UK says ministers urgently needed to “get back around the table” with EU leaders to solve problems.

The collapse of Britain’s trade with the EU will continue into the summer after the failure to recruit up to 30,000 customs agents, despite government assurances that normal service has resumed industry groups have warned.  Delays and confusion at the UK’s ports, which have resulted in 40% of trucks crossing the Channel with empty containers, threatens to put hundreds of small and medium exporters out of business and cost the government millions of pounds in lost trade tariffs.

The warnings follow the most dramatic monthly fall in exports from the UK to the EU since records began 20 years ago. Exports tumbled by almost 41% as thousands of trucks failed to gain entry to the EU, mostly following customs hold-ups due to a lack of compliant paperwork.

To be continued next week.