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I agree that it may become very large, with many deaths, most in the unvaxxed, some in the vaxxed. I just read a new article at Your Local Epidemiologist (thank you, Stephanie, for introducing me to that site!) it was on how to persuade different groups of the unvaxxed. It recommended telling those concerned about side effects, which is most people, that only 0.5% experience a severe reaction. First, that much is true. A not inconsiderable number experience a fatal reaction, from too vigorous of an immuneby e response to the vaccine, which is designed to cause inflammation to cause antibodies to be created. That was supposed to be a response which would reassure everyone about vaccine safety. But that’s one in two hundred people. Meaning that severe reactions are not uncommon. I really can’t think of a good answer to that. Chances are, you’ll do fine. But many do not.  Both my daughter and I are now fully Pfizer vaccinated. I’m glad we did it. But I continue to be afraid because of Delta and what might come next.  it looks as though 13% continue to be hardcore refusers and 12% still hesitant but possibly persuadable. But the danger is real. Look at VAERS reports on adverse reactions, including deaths. Read the details of the reports before saying they are fraudulent. The committee of CDC and FDA professionals used VAERS reports ton myocarditis in a couple hundred young men to conclude that they needed to warn that this rare vaccine reaction really could occur. I don’t know what the answer is. I’m vaxxed (but still vaccine wary), still mask up every time I go out and wash my hands as soon as I get home. I’m on Team Vax. But we have to be honest about vaccine injury, even death. Ultimately I think it’s admirable to take the chance and get vaxxed because that is what is best for society, for the world. But life is very hard forever for the vaccine-injured.

All vaccines cause inflammation to cause the production of antibodies. It is common for the inflammation to affect the brain and cause neurological disorders. Vaccine encephalitis is a thing, and much more common than is recognized. In infants the most common symptoms are screaming syndrome, constant, inconsolable screaming for four hours or longer. I screamed like this for several days after my first DPT at three months old for several days and it caused Asperger’s in me. My daughter screamed like this for four days and nights, sixteen hours a day, reacting to the hep-B vaccine st birth, given without my knowledge or permission. I had said I didn’t want her to get it, as I had read it often caused autism. And it did. you seem to be knowledgeable enough to be familiar with vaccine encephalitis. When it affects mainly the language center of the brain, as many strokes do, we call it autism. Asperger’s may result from less severe brain inflammation, often for a shorter length of time. Several witnesses testified on the hep-B vaccine in infants causing encephalitis, autism, or death, at the congressional hearing in May 1999, a year before my daughter was born. Also see Judy Converse, one of the witnesses: she wrote a book: When Your Doctor is Wrong: The Hepatitis-B Vaccine and Autism. The reason so many have refused and continue to refuse the Covid vaccine (mistakenly for the most part, in my opinion: I got both doses of Pfizer even cognizant of the risk), is because at this point everyone realizes, at least on some level, that vaccines cause autism. And that most medical authorities for the past thirty years have not told the truth about it, either through commonly-held delusion or conscious lies. So many do not believe what authorities say now about vaccines. The Covid vaccine HAS caused many deaths, as you can see from temporal spikes in reports of deaths which revert to baseline shortly after getting the vaccine. Heart attacks, platelet disorders, deep vein thrombosis, cytokine cascades, and others. I still think it is good to take the vaccine, Covid being for most even more dangerous. But both are realities.


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I agree that it may become very large, with many deaths, most in the unvaxxed, some in the vaxxed. I just read a new article at Your Local Epidemiologist (thank you, Stephanie, for introducing me to that site!) it was on how to persuade different groups of the unvaxxed. It recommended telling those concerned about side effects, which is most people, that only 0.5% experience a severe reaction. First, that much is true. A not inconsiderable number experience a fatal reaction, from too vigorous of an immuneby e response to the vaccine, which is designed to cause inflammation to cause antibodies to be created. That was supposed to be a response which would reassure everyone about vaccine safety. But that’s one in two hundred people. Meaning that severe reactions are not uncommon. I really can’t think of a good answer to that. Chances are, you’ll do fine. But many do not.  Both my daughter and I are now fully Pfizer vaccinated. I’m glad we did it. But I continue to be afraid because of Delta and what might come next.  it looks as though 13% continue to be hardcore refusers and 12% still hesitant but possibly persuadable. But the danger is real. Look at VAERS reports on adverse reactions, including deaths. Read the details of the reports before saying they are fraudulent. The committee of CDC and FDA professionals used VAERS reports ton myocarditis in a couple hundred young men to conclude that they needed to warn that this rare vaccine reaction really could occur. I don’t know what the answer is. I’m vaxxed (but still vaccine wary), still mask up every time I go out and wash my hands as soon as I get home. I’m on Team Vax. But we have to be honest about vaccine injury, even death. Ultimately I think it’s admirable to take the chance and get vaxxed because that is what is best for society, for the world. But life is very hard forever for the vaccine-injured.

All vaccines cause inflammation to cause the production of antibodies. It is common for the inflammation to affect the brain and cause neurological disorders. Vaccine encephalitis is a thing, and much more common than is recognized. In infants the most common symptoms are screaming syndrome, constant, inconsolable screaming for four hours or longer. I screamed like this for several days after my first DPT at three months old for several days and it caused Asperger’s in me. My daughter screamed like this for four days and nights, sixteen hours a day, reacting to the hep-B vaccine st birth, given without my knowledge or permission. I had said I didn’t want her to get it, as I had read it often caused autism. And it did. you seem to be knowledgeable enough to be familiar with vaccine encephalitis. When it affects mainly the language center of the brain, as many strokes do, we call it autism. Asperger’s may result from less severe brain inflammation, often for a shorter length of time. Several witnesses testified on the hep-B vaccine in infants causing encephalitis, autism, or death, at the congressional hearing in May 1999, a year before my daughter was born. Also see Judy Converse, one of the witnesses: she wrote a book: When Your Doctor is Wrong: The Hepatitis-B Vaccine and Autism. The reason so many have refused and continue to refuse the Covid vaccine (mistakenly for the most part, in my opinion: I got both doses of Pfizer even cognizant of the risk), is because at this point everyone realizes, at least on some level, that vaccines cause autism. And that most medical authorities for the past thirty years have not told the truth about it, either through commonly-held delusion or conscious lies. So many do not believe what authorities say now about vaccines. The Covid vaccine HAS caused many deaths, as you can see from temporal spikes in reports of deaths which revert to baseline shortly after getting the vaccine. Heart attacks, platelet disorders, deep vein thrombosis, cytokine cascades, and others. I still think it is good to take the vaccine, Covid being for most even more dangerous. But both are realities.


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