☕️ POST ACUTE ☙ Wednesday, December 13, 2023 ☙ C&C NEWS 🦠
Health advisory against health supplements; new turbo mRNA vaccine fright fest; awful long-covid study unexpectedly offers hope to the jabbed; SADS star and politician; new OMG exposé; more.
Good morning, C&C, it’s Wednesday! The holiday season is well and truly amongst us. To help you feel even more festive, your roundup today includes: more stuff that you thought was healthy that in fact gives you the same exact symptoms as covid vaccine injury; scientists develop turbo-vaccines and it isn’t pretty; horrible, badly-designed long covid study unintentionally offers hope for the jabbed; SADS Big Bang star; SADS live TV politician collapse; and James O’Keefe’s new OMG releases explosive IBM exposé.
🎄✝️ WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY ✝️🎄
🎁 An important safety advisory ran in the UK Daily Mail last week. I want you to be informed, in case you missed it. Be careful out there! It’s a dangerous world. Literally anything except vaccines can kill you:
Note, it’s not ALL Omega-3 capsules. Only certain ones. Certain capsules, taken by certain people. People who share another certain something in common. I’ll let you guess what that is.
💉 Um, no thanks! Nature ran a dreadful story this week headlined, “Self-copying RNA vaccine wins first full approval: what’s next?”
The gist is, some mad scientists in San Diego created a whole ‘new generation’ of new and improved mRNA drugs, which were promptly approved for use in Japan this week. Good luck, Japan.
To create what might be called a “turbo-charged” version of a covid mRNA vaccine, the delirious scientists took a deadly virus — mosquito-borne Venezuelan equine encephalitis, to be specific — and cut out its heart, the biological engine responsible for rapidly replicating the highly-contagious, deadly pathogen.
The scientists — and now the Japanese Ministry of Health — say there’s nothing to worry about, it’s perfectly safe.
So the developers then took the encephalitic replication engine and bolted it onto pseudouridine-stablized mRNA. The result was a ‘self-replicating’ mRNA payload, four words that should never ever have been stitched together, but here we are. Once the self-magnifying mRNA gets inside a human cell, it happily sets up shop and starts busily reproducing itself, just like Santa’s elves making toys for kids, if the toys were bioweapons and the elves were life-sized Fauci replicas.
Self-replication is an “improvement,” since ‘regular’ mRNA is (supposedly) one-and-done:
In a very brief nod to safety concerns, so brief you hardly noticed it happened at all, Nature wryly admitted the “saRNA vaccine platform does have some downsides.” Oh. Apparently the exciting new mRNA technology “engage(s) with the immune system in intricate ways.” So, who knows what could happen, and before getting back to over-the-top enthusiasm, Nature mentioned in passing that “excessive (immune system) stimulation can backfire.”
Backfire? Wait, what? Don’t worry, backfiring is super-rare. Or it will be, once they get done adjusting the data.
You are probably horrified and think this sounds worse than a robot Hitler with hypersonic wheels, but Nature suggested many advantages of self-replicating mRNA (which they euphemistically call ‘self-amplifying’ so as not to frighten the conspiracy theorists). The possible advantages are: (1) it’s cheaper to make since you don’t need as much mRNA juice to transfect people, and (2) people need fewer boosters, since saRNA forces the body to make more spike antibodies for longer than regular mRNA.
Nature never even touched the issue of when does it ever stop? I’m not kidding. There’s not one sentence, not a single word, relating to an endpoint of what was possibly the single most important question anyone will have about self-replicating spike protein. Anyone except for scientists of course, because who cares! Whee! Vaccines!
I get it, this all sounds exactly like the cliché beginning of a horror-movie. To illustrate for folks who live in Portland, I wrote up a little script treatment:
SCENE: A modern, high-tech laboratory with microscopes, test tube racks, and large, stainless steel drums with biohazard labels on them. Two scientists, Dr. Mangle and Dr. Gold, are heads-down working and chatting.
DR. GOLD: This looks very promising, doctor; explain to me again how you did it?
DR. MANGLE: Very well, doctor. I sprinkled Ebola virus into Black Widow venom and added a squirt of Fukushima reactor fluid, and placed the resulting solution under a high-concentration electromagnetic field, inside a particle accelerator. The resulting novel preparation is what you see.
DR. GOLD: You say it’s a vaccine that regrows overplucked eyebrows?
DR. MANGLE: We have a team of scientists standing by to publish a study with that conclusion.
DR. GOLD: But … Ebola? Black Widow venom? Are you sure it’s safe?
DR. MANGLE: Oh, it’s safe. Safe and effective. (chuckles)
DR. GOLD: Oh, haha!
DR. MANGLE: Ah haha haha haha!
DR. GOLD: Hahahahahahahahaha!!
(The two scientists then link arms and begin tap dancing, singing along to a sped-up rendition of “Roll Out the Barrel” while dollar bills rain down on them from the ceiling. And, scene.)
The problem with my script is it has been done too many times before. Nobody would buy it.
💉 Somebody on the UK Mirror’s editorial staff must miss the good old days of hyperbolic covid doom headlines. Check out this time-traveling headline of hysteria that splashed down in August (though nobody noticed):
It’s a little stale but I thought it was worth mentioning since this study and the outrageous Mirror headline — Urgent Death Warning! — made the rounds on social media this week, supposedly to prove how deadly ‘long covid’ is or something.
The study referenced in the Mirror article published in Nature Medicine back on August 21st with the bland title, “Postacute sequelae of COVID-19 at 2 years.” As you can probably guess, nothing in the study justifies any “urgent death warning,” whatever that is. The researchers studied 140,000 VA patients and found a slightly elevated risk of death for six months following mild covid infection, and a higher (+14%) risk following hospitalization for covid infection lasting for two years (and running, since that’s when the study ended).
It wasn’t just death; that’s just what the Mirror focused on. The researchers allegedly found a higher risk for most (60%) of a very long list of problems they called “postacute sequelae.” It's such an impressively-gigantic list that I though it would be easier to just show you the study’s chart:
The chart shows the relative risks of each health issue by the number of days after infection (30–90, 91–180, 181–360, 361–540 and 541–720). The days are counterintuitively labeled at the bottom of the chart, by the last day of each time period. The two rows shown for each health issue are: the top row is extra risks for folks who got mild covid (85%), and the bottom row is for folks hospitalized for serious covid (15%). Red is bad, green is good.
In my experience as a lawyer during the pandemic, the Veteran’s Administration refused to treat veterans — making them ‘patients’ — unless they were jabbed. So it’s fair to assume all 140,000 VA patients in this study drank the mRNA cocktail (or were coerced). So the study’s conclusion only applies to jabbed people, which unintentionally makes it specially interesting: There seems to be some good news for jabbed people in the data.
I’ve learned to start reviewing studies at the ethics disclosures. Check out this list of notable authors:
B.B. reports receiving consultation fees from AstraZeneca. Z.A.A. reports receiving consultation fees from Gilead Sciences and funding (unrelated to this work) from Tonix Pharmaceuticals. Z.A.A. and Y.X. report consulting (uncompensated) for Pfizer.
Haha, my favorite one was Y.X. — Yan Xie — who apparently consults for Pfizer for free. He’s a volunteer! Of course these whitecoat volunteers are trying to help blame all these health problems on long covid, so that nothing else gets the blame. That would be unfortunate.
The following three facts tell you everything you need to know about the study’s stated conclusions: (1) it only included vaccinated people, (2) its author list was stacked with pharma professionals, and (3) it only included patients who came in for their covid infections.
With those facts in mind, there’s nothing alarming about this study, which seems more designed as cover for defective vaccine products. But when viewed as a study of jabbed people’s enhanced risk of side effects, we see the risks definitely taper off over a 24-month period.
First of all, that suggests the mRNA’s harmful effects do eventually wear off, or the body learns to cope with them somehow. So that’s good.
Second, the worst risks of side effects appear among people who responded the worst to a covid infection and were subsequently hospitalized. Serious covid thus appears to be a kind of litmus test for which risk category a jabbed person falls into. If they recover from their (repeated) mild covid infections at home, this study suggests their risks of other side effects may also be relatively lower.
Both possible conclusions are potential good news for jab takers. True, too many of the excess health risks still remain elevated at 24 months, which is troubling. But the trend seems to be going the right way, if this data is reliable.
Finally, I’d like to point out the hysterical double-standard at play here. If you showed one of these medical fetishists data plotting higher adverse cardiac events within 48 hours of injection, they’d scream — at the top of their lungs — correlation does not equal causation! But lookie here, in their study they conclude, without even trying to prove a mechanism, just treating it were an established fact, that the covid virus caused all these other sequelae in a 100% jabbed population. Correlated! Caused! Ha!
Nor did the dishonest researchers mention their patients’ jab status, not one time. I might never even have known if I hadn’t gotten a gazillion calls from veterans during the pandemic asking for legal help because they were told they wouldn’t be treated unless they took the shots. We called it the ‘VA Mandate.’
💉 Entertainment Tonight ran a SADS story yesterday headlined, “'Big Bang Theory' Star Kate Micucci Reveals Lung Cancer Diagnosis.”
Kate, 43, is one of the popular stars on CBS’s hit show the Big Bang Theory. She’s a prolific artist, having been in other shows and movies and she also produced a music album. This week, Kate told her fans on TikTok that she’d just completed surgery for her lung cancer. Lung cancer at forty-three.
In other words, looks like atypical presentation.
Kate seemed to be as baffled as her doctors about how she could possibly get lung cancer all of a sudden:
"It's really weird, because I've never smoked a cigarette in my life, so uh, you know, it was a surprise," Micucci continued. "But also, I guess, it happens, and so the greatest news is they caught it early, they got it out, I'm all good."
Kate said they discovered the cancer by accident, when some routine bloodwork came back with a high cardiac marker. The doctor scanned her heart and noticed a smudge on her lung. The accidentally discovery was a blessing, since they were able removed the tumor while it was small and before Kate noticed some other, much more unpleasant way.
We’re praying for Kate’s complete recovery, and we hope she’s back to acting and producing music soon.
💉 And … another one! On Monday, Turkish MP Hasan Bismet dramatically collapsed at the podium in mid-speech on live TV at the Turkish Parliament. Ironically, Hasan was right in the middle of threatening Israel with the “Wrath of Allah” when he suffered the wrath of Pfizer.
It was cardiac, of course. Hasan had a sudden and unexpected heart attack in the middle of his fiery speech on live television. Happens all the time. These days.
The Daily Wire reported that Turkish officials said that “during angiography, it was seen that two main veins were completely blocked, and after the intervention did not yield any results, he was connected to a heart-lung pump.” I wonder what’s blocking those arteries. I bet it isn’t cholesterol.
Hasan is reported to be stable and we pray for his full recovery.
🔥 James O’Keefe released another blockbuster exposé Monday night. Thanks to an undisclosed IBM whistleblower, video from a particularly disgraceful Zoom meeting shows IBM’s diverse CEO Arvind Krishna, smiling benevolently like an elderly grandpa, illegally threatening mid-level executives at IBM and its affiliates with financial sanctions and even termination if they don’t hire more black people and women, tout suite.
But, still grinning beneficently, CEO Arvind carefully pointed out they don’t want any more Asians.
For what it’s worth, the mentally-defective CEO allegedly also sits on the boards of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Defense Contractor Northrop Grumman, both of which are obviously neck-deep in the U.S. security state. So. Draw your own conclusions. Watching how dumb and evil these people are, I always wonder what kind of professional sacrifice or metaphoric Satanic ritual is required to enable people like Arvind to succeed to all these high-level positions.
Elon Musk, who himself has repeatedly been sued by the government for hiring practices and should know, immediately chimed in, calling IBM’s policies “obviously illegal,” and massively boosting the exposé’s reach:
It wasn’t even 24 hours before the first lawsuit dropped , alleging a culture of systemic racism and illegal racist hiring quotas at IBM:
It’s a fresh story and it’s still in the ‘hot takes’ phase. But it already says something important and good about whistleblower culture inside these woke corporations, and the fact it’s still shocking to hear things like this suggests that the wider culture has some fight left to oppose evil civilizational sell-outs like Arvind Krishna.
More progress. Enjoy it.
Have a wonderful Wednesday! Coffee & Covid shall return tomorrow morning with more colorful news and snarky commentary.
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