Here is my monthly report on adverse events associated with the CoVID injections. The summary will be simplified to the three most relevant charts. Also, I have added a ninth category, what the VAERS system calls “serious” adverse events.
Now to the charts. The first one compares adverse events following CoVID injections to those following all other vaccines combined going back to 1988. CoVID injections lead in every category, despite getting started in late 2020.
The second chart depicts the relative risk of adverse events following vaccination per one million population in 2021 and 2022 compared to the geometric mean for 1991-2020. Remember that we are only halfway through 2022, so it is quite likely that the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis this year will exceed last year’s amount.
The third chart is the control chart, comparing the rate of adverse events in 2021 and 2022 to the typical variation seen in 1991-2020. Events bursting beyond the red dashed lines at -3 and +3 are considered very unusual, and a signal that something fundamental has changed. Again, we should expect the numbers for 2022 to rise as we go through the year.
I have been catching up with some Greg Reese videos since this blog took a few months off. These are about 4-6 minutes long and cover some of the main issues of concern.
“IRREFUTABLE EVIDENCE: The COVID-19 Vaccines Are Killing People!“
“Evidence of Self Assembling Nano Circuitry in the Pfizer Vaccine“
“The Truth About Mass Psychosis“
“Evidence That US Government Targeted Red States With Deadly Batches of Vaccine“
“5G Powered Graphene Based Nano-Tech in the Pfizer Vaccine“
“Massive Bio-Structures Found in Bodies of the Vaccinated“
As I continued to puzzle over the mystery of Anabaptist pacifism, I continued to watch Peter Santenello’s videos. I started to understand a bit of the mystery in an unlikely place: by watching one of Santenello’s interviews with an Orthodox Jewish rabbi about love and marriage. This was a mind-blowing discussion: “Hasidic Rabbi (Manis Friedman) Teaches Me About Relationships” Highly recommended.
I started to see a hint of a connection, by means of the concept of selflessness, or kenosis: the emptying of one’s own will and openness to God’s will (“May His will be done”). Thus it appears that the Anabaptists accept their fate as God’s divine judgment. God has blessed them with abundance and growth. We shall see what the future brings.
Have a good weekend!