Some Are Waking Up
Some Doctors Are Waking Up
As they say, "better late than never," but not without having to suffer personal tragedy first. Dr. Aseem Malhotra who was once asleep under the spell of pharmakeia, woke up to face "the pandemic of misinformation" (his words) after his previously healthy father died after receiving the Pfizer shot.
Malhotra “was originally a strong Covid vaccine advocate. He volunteered in a vaccine centre, was one of the first people to be double dosed and appeared on morning television to encourage everyone to get vaccinated. He was surprised and concerned at vaccine-hesitant patients when they asked about ‘anti-vax’ propaganda.”
But after the untimely death of his father, Dr. Malhotra began to research the scientific literature and after reading a peer-reviewed abstract in Circulation Journal, learned that in that study, the mRNA vaccine was associated with significantly increasing the risk of a coronary event within five years from "11% pre-mRNA vaccine to 25% 2-10 weeks post vaccine.”
Dr. Malhotra, who is a cardiologist, now has a change of heart.
“What has become clear with regard to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines is that we have a pandemic of misinformed doctors and a misinformed and unwittingly harmed public,” he writes in the JIR. “Coercively mandating these COVID-19 vaccinations (most certainly not an evidence-based policy) has been a particularly egregious mis-step, especially in the light of clear indicators suggesting that the use of these pharmaceutical interventions — especially in younger age groups — should have been suspended. Such policies continue to undermine the principles of ethical evidence-based medical practice and informed consent….”
Some Politicians Are Waking Up
Janine Small is the Regional President of the Vaccines Division of Pfizer’s International Developed Markets. She has over 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and has represented Pfizer in numerous countries in Europe and Asia.
Ms. Small was questioned by Rob Roos, a Dutch member of the European Parliament. He asked Ms. Small if Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine was ever tested prior to its public release to determine whether it would stop the transmission of the Covid-19 virus. Her reply (excuse)? "No...we had to really move at the "speed of science" to really understand what is taking place in the market and from that point of view we had to do everything at risk." Moving at the "speed of science" on rare occasions can occur quickly, but most often it's a slow and deliberate process, particularly regarding vaccine development which normally takes years. Ms. Small simply conflated the speed of science with marketplace demand, sacrificing scientific rigor and public safety in the interest of meeting public demand – generated by fear in order to generate huge corporate profits.
For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil....1 Timothy 6:10