As reported by New Delhi-based World Is One Information (WION),1 Pfizer is demanding international locations put up sovereign belongings as collateral for anticipated vaccine damage lawsuits ensuing from its COVID-19 inoculation. In different phrases, it desires governments to ensure the corporate might be compensated for any bills ensuing from damage lawsuits in opposition to it.

WION reviews that Argentina and Brazil have rejected Pfizer’s calls for. Initially, the corporate demanded indemnification laws to be enacted, corresponding to that which it enjoys within the U.S. Argentina proposed laws that may limit Pfizer’s monetary accountability for accidents to these ensuing from negligence or malice.

Pfizer rejected the proposal. It additionally rejected a rewritten proposal that included a clearer definition of negligence. Pfizer then demanded the Argentinian authorities put up sovereign belongings — together with its financial institution reserves, navy bases and embassy buildings — as collateral. Argentina refused. The same state of affairs occurred in Brazil. Pfizer demanded Brazil:

  1. “Waive sovereignty of its belongings overseas in favor of Pfizer”
  2. Not apply its home legal guidelines to the corporate
  3. Not penalize Pfizer for vaccine supply delays
  4. Exempt Pfizer from all civil legal responsibility for unintended effects

Brazil rejected Pfizer’s calls for, calling them “abusive.” As famous by WION, Pfizer developed its vaccine with the assistance of presidency funding, and now it — a personal firm — is demanding governments hand over sovereign belongings to make sure the corporate received’t lose a dime if its product injures individuals, even when these accidents are the results of negligent firm practices, fraud or malice.

Apart from Argentina and Brazil, 9 different South American international locations have reportedly negotiated offers with Pfizer. It’s unclear whether or not they really ended up giving up nationwide belongings in return.2

Vaccine Maker Accused of Abusing Its Energy

In keeping with STAT Information,3 “Authorized consultants have raised issues that Pfizer’s calls for quantity to an abuse of energy.” Lawrence Gostin, regulation professor at Georgetown College and director of the World Well being Group’s Collaborating Middle on Nationwide and International Well being Legislation instructed STAT:4

“Pharmaceutical corporations shouldn’t be utilizing their energy to restrict lifesaving vaccines in low- and middle-income international locations. [This] appears to be precisely what they’re doing … Some legal responsibility safety is warranted, however definitely not for fraud, gross negligence, mismanagement, failure to comply with good manufacturing practices. Firms don’t have any proper to ask for indemnity for this stuff.”

Mark Eccleston-Turner, a lecturer in international well being regulation at Keele College in England, added:5

“[Pfizer] is attempting to eke out as a lot revenue and decrease its danger at each juncture with this vaccine growth then this vaccine rollout. Now, the vaccine growth has been closely backed already. So there’s very minimal danger for the producer concerned there.”

Don’t Count on Compensation if Injured by COVID-19 Vaccine

Within the U.S., vaccine makers already take pleasure in full indemnity in opposition to accidents occurring from this or another pandemic vaccine beneath the PREP Act. For those who’re injured, you’d need to file a compensation declare with the Countermeasures Damage Compensation Program (CICP),6 which is funded by U.S. taxpayers through Congressional appropriation to the Division of Well being and Human Companies (DHHS).

Whereas much like the Nationwide Vaccine Damage Compensation Program (NVICP), which applies to nonpandemic vaccines, the CICP is even much less beneficiant when it comes to compensation. For instance, whereas the NVICP pays among the prices related to any given declare, the CICP doesn’t. This implies you’ll even be liable for legal professional charges and skilled witness charges.

A vital downside with the CICP is that it’s administered inside the DHHS, which can be sponsoring the COVID-19 vaccination program. This battle of curiosity makes the CICP lower than prone to discover fault with the vaccine.

Your solely route of enchantment is inside the DHHS, the place your case would merely be reviewed by one other worker. The DHHS can be accountable for making the fee, so the DHHS successfully acts as decide, jury and defendant. As reported by Dr. Meryl Nass,7 the utmost payout you may obtain — even in circumstances of everlasting incapacity or loss of life — is $250,000 per particular person; nonetheless, you’d need to exhaust your non-public insurance coverage coverage earlier than the CICP provides you a dime.

CICP will solely pay the distinction between what your insurance coverage covers and the entire payout quantity established to your case. For everlasting incapacity, even $250,000 received’t go far. The CICP additionally has a one yr statute of limitations, so you must act shortly.

This too is a big downside, as nobody actually is aware of what accidents may come up from the COVID-19 vaccine, or when, and this makes tying the damage to the vaccination a tough prospect. Employers that mandate the COVID-19 vaccine may also be indemnified from legal responsibility for unintended effects. As an alternative, claims might be routed via employee’s compensation applications.

If the COVID-19 vaccines are as protected because the producers declare, why do they insist on a lot indemnification? Do they believe or know one thing they’re refusing to confess publicly?

Aspect Results Are Inevitable

Of course, these of us who’ve been wanting on the science behind the mRNA know-how used to create these novel “vaccines” have lengthy since realized there are great dangers concerned. For starters, mRNA vaccines are most precisely known as gene therapies, as that is what they’re.

They successfully flip your cells into bioreactors that churn out viral proteins to incite an immune response, and there’s no off-switch.8 Primarily based on historic and preliminary proof, vital short- and long-term unintended effects are, fairly frankly, inevitable.

For starters, your physique sees the artificial mRNA as “non-self,” which might trigger autoantibodies to assault your individual tissues. Judy Mikovits, Ph.D., defined this in her interview, featured in “How COVID-19 ‘Vaccines’ May Destroy the Lives of Millions.”

Free mRNA additionally drive inflammatory ailments, which is why making artificial mRNA thermostable — i.e., slowing the breakdown of the RNA by encasing it in lipid nanoparticles — is prone to be problematic. The nanoparticles themselves additionally pose a danger. COVID-19 vaccines use PEGylated lipid nanoparticles, which is thought to trigger allergic reactions and anaphylaxis.9,10

What’s extra, earlier makes an attempt to develop an mRNA-based drug utilizing lipid nanoparticles failed and needed to be deserted as a result of when the dose was too low, the drug had no impact, and when dosed too excessive, the drug turned too poisonous.11 An apparent query is: What has modified that now makes this know-how protected sufficient for mass use?

As detailed in my interview with Mikovits, the artificial RNA influences the gene syncytin, which can lead to:

  • Mind irritation
  • Dysregulated communication between the microglia in your mind, that are vital for clearing toxins and pathogens
  • Dysregulated immune system
  • Dysregulated endocannabinoid system (which calms irritation)

Pathogenic Priming and Antibody-Dependent Enhancement

One other vital downside is that we don’t know whether or not antibody manufacturing is protecting or pathogenic in coronavirus infections. If pathogenic, vaccinated people might be at elevated danger of extreme sickness in the event that they’re uncovered to SARS-CoV-2 within the future. As reported in a December 11, 2020, Vaccine: X paper:12

“The primary SARS-CoV-2 vaccine(s) will probably be licensed based mostly on neutralizing antibodies in Section 2 trials, however there are vital issues about utilizing antibody response in coronavirus infections as a sole metric of protecting immunity.

Antibody response is commonly a poor marker of prior coronavirus an infection, notably in gentle infections, and is shorter-lived than virus-reactive T-cells … Sturdy antibody response correlates with extra extreme medical illness whereas T-cell response is correlated with much less extreme illness; and antibody-dependent enhancement of pathology and medical severity has been described.

Certainly, it’s unclear whether or not antibody manufacturing is protecting or pathogenic in coronavirus infections. Early knowledge with SARS-CoV-2 assist these findings. Information from coronavirus infections in animals and people emphasize the technology of a high-quality T cell response in protecting immunity.”

Numerous reviews within the medical literature have certainly highlighted the chance of pathogenic priming and antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE). As defined in “Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Hearth? Due Diligence Warranted for ADE in COVID-19”:13

“ADE is an immunological phenomenon whereby a earlier immune response to a virus can render a person extra vulnerable to a subsequent analogous an infection.

Moderately than viral recognition and clearance, the prior growth of virus-specific antibodies at a non-neutralizing degree can facilitate viral uptake, enhancing replication; a attainable immune evasion technique avoiding intracellular innate immune sensors, or sample recognition receptors …

ADE of SARS-CoV has additionally been described14 via a novel FcγRII-dependent and ACE2-independent cell entry mechanism. The authors state15 that this warrants concern within the security analysis of any candidate human vaccines in opposition to SARS-CoV.”

Equally, “Pathogenic Priming Probably Contributes to Critical and Important Sickness and Mortality in COVID-19 Through Autoimmunity,” revealed within the Journal of Translational Autoimmunity, warns that:16

“Failure of SARS and MERS vaccines in animal trials concerned pathogenesis in line with an immunological priming that might contain autoimmunity in lung tissues because of earlier publicity to the SARS and MERS spike protein. Publicity pathogenesis to SARS-CoV-2 in COVID-19 probably will result in comparable outcomes.”

So, to be clear, what all of this implies is that if you happen to get vaccinated, you may very well be at elevated danger for critical sickness if/whenever you’re uncovered to any variety of mutated SARS-CoV-2 strains in the longer term.

Because of this the advice to vaccinate people who’ve beforehand been contaminated with SARS-CoV-2, or who’ve an energetic SARS-CoV-2 an infection, may very well be fairly harmful. Dr. Hooman Noorchashm just lately despatched a public letter17 to the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration Commissioner detailing these dangers.

How mRNA Injections Might Set off Prion Illness

What’s extra, in a paper18 titled, “COVID-19 RNA Primarily based Vaccines and the Danger of Prion Illness,” revealed in Microbiology & Infectious Ailments, Dr. Bart Classen warns there are additionally troubling evidences suggesting among the mRNA pictures might trigger prion ailments corresponding to Alzheimer’s and ALS. He writes:

“Within the present paper, the priority is raised that the RNA based mostly COVID vaccines have the potential to trigger extra illness than the epidemic of COVID-19. This paper focuses on a novel potential hostile occasion mechanism inflicting prion illness which might be much more widespread and debilitating than the viral an infection the vaccine is designed to forestall …

Evaluation of the Pfizer vaccine in opposition to COVID-19 recognized two potential danger elements for inducing prion illness is people. The RNA sequence within the vaccine incorporates sequences believed to induce TDP-43 and FUS to combination of their prion based mostly conformation resulting in the event of widespread neurodegerative ailments.

In explicit it has been proven that RNA sequences GGUA, UG wealthy sequences, UG tandem repeats, and G Quadruplex sequences, have elevated affinity to bind TDP-43 and or FUS and should trigger TDP-43 or FUS to take their pathologic configurations within the cytoplasm.

Within the present evaluation a complete of sixteen UG tandem repeats had been recognized and extra UG wealthy sequences had been recognized. Two GGΨA sequences had been discovered. G Quadruplex sequences are presumably current however refined pc applications are wanted to confirm these.

The spike protein encoded by the vaccine binds angiotensin changing enzyme 2 (ACE2), an enzyme which incorporates zinc molecules. The binding of spike protein to ACE2 has the potential to launch the zinc molecule, an ion that causes TDP-43 to imagine its pathologic prion transformation.”

mRNA Know-how Has Potential to Trigger Microvascular Damage

Moreover, Dr. J. Patrick Whelan, a pediatric rheumatologist specializing in multisystem inflammatory syndrome, submitted a public remark19 to the FDA again in December 2020, through which he expressed concern that mRNA vaccines have “the potential to trigger microvascular damage to the mind, coronary heart, liver and kidneys in ways in which weren’t assessed in security trials.”

He cited analysis exhibiting that “the spike protein in mind endothelial cells is related to formation of microthrombi (clots),” and that since no viral RNA has been present in mind endothelium, “viral proteins seem to trigger tissue harm with out actively replicating virus.”

“Is it attainable the spike protein itself causes the tissue harm related to Covid-19?” he asks. “In 13/13 brains from sufferers with deadly COVID-19, pseudovirions (spike, envelope, and membrane proteins) with out viral RNA are current within the endothelia of cerebral microvessels …

It seems that the viral spike protein that’s the goal of the key SARS-CoV-2 vaccines can be one of the important thing brokers inflicting the harm to distant organs that will embody the mind, coronary heart, lung, and kidney.

Earlier than any of those vaccines are accredited for widespread use in people, it is very important assess in vaccinated topics the consequences of vaccination on the center … Vaccinated sufferers may be examined for distant tissue harm in deltoid space pores and skin biopsies …”

Reviews of Aspect Results Are Quickly Mounting

Around the globe, reviews at the moment are pouring in of individuals dying shortly after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. In lots of circumstances, they die out of the blue inside hours of getting the shot. In others, loss of life happens inside the span of a few weeks.

Within the wake of 29 senior citizen deaths,20 Norway is reportedly contemplating excluding the very previous and terminally sick from getting the AstraZeneca vaccine. In keeping with the Norwegian Medicines Company:21

“Most individuals have skilled the anticipated facet results of the vaccine, corresponding to nausea and vomiting, fever, native reactions at the injection website, and worsening of their underlying situation.”

The Norwegian Institute of Public Well being additional famous that “for these with the most extreme frailty, even comparatively gentle vaccine unintended effects can have critical penalties,” and that “For many who have a really brief remaining life span anyway, the advantage of the vaccine could also be marginal or irrelevant.”22

In Sweden, hospitals in Sörmland and Gävleborg suspended the AstraZeneca vaccine in mid-February 2021 after a full quarter of the vaccinated hospital workers reported facet results. To forestall workers shortages and conduct an investigation, the vaccination push was briefly paused.23 Examples of unintended effects reported after vaccination with Pfizer’s, Moderna’s and AstraZeneca’s vaccines from around the globe embody:

Persistent malaise24,25

Bell’s Palsy26,27,28

Excessive exhaustion29

Swollen, painful lymph nodes

Extreme allergic, together with anaphylactic reactions30,31,32

Thrombocytopenia (a uncommon, usually deadly blood dysfunction)33,34

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome35


Power seizures and convulsions38,39

Extreme headache/migraine that doesn’t reply to remedy


Sleep disturbances

Psychological results corresponding to temper modifications, nervousness, melancholy, mind fog, confusion, dissociation and momentary incapacity to kind phrases

Cardiac issues, together with myocardial and tachycardia issues41

Blindness, impaired imaginative and prescient and eye issues42,43


In the U.Okay., there have been 49,472 reported unintended effects to the Pfizer vaccine and 21,032 reactions to the AstraZeneca vaccine as of January 24, 2021. As reported by Principia Scientific Worldwide,46 “For each vaccines this equates to 1 in each 333 individuals struggling an hostile response. This charge may really be greater as some circumstances might haven’t been reported …”

Best Danger of All: Sudden Dying

Maybe most regarding of all are quickly mounting reviews of sudden loss of life,47,48,49,50,51,52 largely in the aged but additionally in a lot youthful, wholesome people. Within the U.S., COVID-19 vaccines accounted for 70% of vaccine-related deaths between January 2020 and January 2021.

vaers results

As of February 12, 2021, the variety of facet results reported to VAERS totaled 15,923, together with 929 deaths.53 Of the 799 deaths reported inside the U.S., one-third occurred inside 48 hours of vaccination and 21% of them had been cardiac-related.

Pfizer’s vaccine was essentially the most harmful in phrases of loss of life, being liable for 58% of deaths whereas Moderna’s vaccine accounted for 41% of deaths. Pfizer’s vaccine was additionally liable for 75% of Bell’s Palsy circumstances, in comparison with Moderna’s at 25%.54

Curiously, based mostly on the info submitted to the FDA, Moderna’s vaccine has a loss of life charge 5.41 instances greater than Pfizer’s, but each are dramatically decrease than the nationwide common. As famous by The Defender, the dramatic discrepancy in loss of life charges “deserves discover and requires rationalization,” including:55

“If Moderna’s on-vaccine loss of life charge is to date beneath the nationwide loss of life charge and in addition concurrently greater than 5 instances larger than Pfizer’s on-vaccine loss of life charge, then Pfizer’s research pattern seems even much less consultant of all the inhabitants …

Moderna’s screening course of and exclusion standards within the trial led to proof that the overall inhabitants is dying at a charge 6.3 instances larger than the loss of life charge within the Moderna trial — which suggests the Moderna research, together with its estimated efficacy charge and the vaccine’s alleged security profile — can not presumably be related to many of the U.S. inhabitants.

The super-healthy cohorts studied by Moderna are on no account consultant of the U.S. inhabitants. Most deaths from COVID-19 contain pre-existing well being circumstances of the kinds excluded from each Pfizer and Moderna trials …

These enrolling within the post-market surveillance research should know the abject absence of any related data on efficacy and danger for them. Of their zeal to assist humanity, or to assist themselves, these individuals might very nicely be strolling right into a state of affairs that may trigger autoimmunity because of pathogenic priming, probably resulting in illness enhancement ought to they develop into contaminated following vaccination.”

Do a Danger-Profit Evaluation Earlier than Making Up Your Thoughts

To keep away from turning into a tragic statistic, I urge you to evaluation the science very rigorously earlier than making up your thoughts about this experimental gene remedy. Additionally do not forget that the lethality of COVID-19 is definitely surprisingly low. It’s decrease than the flu for these beneath the age of 60.56

For those who’re beneath the age of 40, your danger of dying from COVID-19 is simply 0.01%, which means you’ve gotten a 99.99% probability of surviving the an infection. And you would enhance that to 99.999% if you’re metabolically versatile, insulin delicate, and vitamin D replete.

So, actually, what are we defending in opposition to with a COVID-19 vaccine? These mRNA vaccines aren’t even designed to forestall an infection, solely to scale back the severity of signs. In the meantime, they may probably make you sicker when you’re uncovered to the virus, and/or trigger persistent critical unintended effects corresponding to these reviewed above.

Whereas I received’t inform anybody what to do, I might urge you to take the time to evaluation the science and weigh the potential dangers and advantages based mostly in your particular person state of affairs earlier than making a decision that you could be remorse for the remainder of your life, which can really be shortened with this vaccine. Undoubtedly, Pfizer and different vaccine makers suspect this as nicely, which is why Pfizer is bullying nations into masking for any and all of its errors.


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