NIH Article Blames Heart Attacks Post Vaccination on ‘Anti-Vaxxers’ Stressing People to Death

Just when you thought the public health tyrants couldn’t get any more ridiculous, they find a way to amaze us.

In an article published by Biomedicine (Taipei), vaccine adverse effects are blamed on fear mongering and misinformation by ‘anti-vaxxers.’

The publication, found in the NIH National Library of Medicine, claims that ‘stress’ perpetuated by anti-vaxxers causes more deaths and injuries to vaccines.

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Santino Godoy Blanco: 4-year-old Argentina boy who starred in a national vaccine campaign, dies suddenly

Santino Godoy Blanco.

SAN MIGUEL, GREATER BUENOS AIRES — A 4-year-old boy is dead after being used by the powers-that-be for their malevolent agendas.

Santino Godoy Blanco was a familiar face to many Argentinians. He appeared in ad campaigns produced by the National Ministry of Health, beginning in early October. The following is an ad promoting a measles, mumps, polio and rubella “vaccine.” Posters like this are present in all public health buildings across the country.

It’s unclear if Santino received mRNA injections. What is clear is that he’s dead, and the excuses are not adding up.

Santino woke up feeling ill on November 2, according to his mother, Agustina Blanco. He had a high fever and was vomiting. Ms. Blanco took Santino to Larcade Municipal Hospital in San Miguel. He was first diagnosed with viral laryngitis. The hospital discharged Santino after two hours. But he continued vomiting, and his temperature did not go down.

They returned to the hospital. This time doctors injected Santino with reliveran, a drug sometimes used to prevent chemotherapy patients from vomiting. Santino immediately vomited again after the injection. Doctors then performed a urinalysis. Despite Santino barely being able to urinate, they found no infection and nothing wrong.

Mrs. Blanco demanded that doctors do a blood test. But they refused. Doctors were now diagnosing Santino with gastroenterocolitis (stomach and intestinal inflammation). They administered dipirona (metamizole), a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication.

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Midterm Election Recap: 4 Biggest Takeaways including Trump hurting GOP, toxic feminism hurting Democrats, and The COVID Blog™ testifying before Congress?

Hillary Clinton, President Ronald Reagan, Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, and First Lady Nancy Reagan, February 22, 1987. PHOTO CREDIT: National Archives.

There’s no such thing as “Election Night” in the United States. It usually takes a week or more to sort everything out after all votes are cast. Typically the projected margins of victory for one of the two tribes is big enough in the House and Senate to determine the balance of power for the next two years at the federal level within a day or two after Election Night. But this election is historically unique.

The House of Representatives in the 65th Congress (1917-1919) averaged 215 Republicans and 214 Democrats (and six “others”), according to government archives. That makes it the most evenly-split House in modern times. The numbers always fluctuate in the House due to deaths and other issues. Democrats had a significant 51-45 advantage in the Senate (there were only 96 seats at the time) in said Congress.

The current 117th House of Representatives favors Democrats by seven seats. The Senate is 50-50, with Vice President Kamala Harris as the tie-breaking vote. Thus the 117th Congress is the most tightly-contested between both chambers since the turn of the 20th century. But the 118th Congress, which will be seated on January 3, 2023, will likely break that record.

Nearly $17 billion was spent on federal and state elections this cycle. That is a new record, according to the nonprofit Open Secrets. But that’s nothing compared to the $54 billion-plus in welfare sent to Ukraine in 2022, courtesy of U.S. taxpayers. It’s a lot of money nonetheless.

The 2022 Midterms are also the first elections since COVID dystopia and The Great Reset fully launched. While inflation, the economy, crime, illegal immigration and abortion are talked about as the top issues on voters’ minds, COVID dystopia played a major role as well.

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Gabriel Poliquin: AstraZeneca-vaxxed Canadian lawyer suddenly collapses during truckers #FreedomConvoy inquest into government’s use of emergency powers act

Mr. Gabriel Poliquin.

OTTAWA – If only Ottawa native Alanis Morissette could update and re-record her 1996 hit “Ironic.” There’s a good chance Ottawa government lawyer Gabriel Poliquin did receive some good advice that he just couldn’t take, regarding the AstraZeneca viral vector DNA injections. But as Ms. Morissette said:

“Well, life has a funny way of sneaking up on you,
When you think everything’s okay and everything’s going right.”

Mr. Poliquin earned his Ph.D in linguistics from Harvard in 2006. He received his law degree from the University of Ottawa in 2010, according to his LinkedIn page. Mr. Poliquin teaches law classes at his alma mater. He’s also a lawyer with Olthius van Ert, a commercial and public law firm with offices in Vancouver and Ottawa. He’s been with the firm since June 2021.

Canadian truckers #FreedomConvoy and the Emergency Powers Act

We wrote about Mrs. Natalie Jarrett in February. The Ontario mother-of-three received a Pfizer mRNA injection in June 2021. She thought it was the right thing to do because of nonstop coercion from media, government and social circles. Mrs. Jarrett didn’t get a second injection after developing two blood clots and autoimmune issues from the first shot. That meant no vaccine passport and being ostracized from society.

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Timike Balogh: 36-year-old Hungarian woman suffers hair loss, digestive failure, myriad other post-Moderna adverse effects for over a year, commits suicide

Ms. Timike Balogh.

BUDAPEST — We know that hundreds of thousands, and perhaps millions of people, across the globe, are committing suicide because of severe adverse reactions to the lethal injections. Doctors cannot and will not help you, for fear of losing their licenses and livelihoods. Other doctors are sycophantic vaxx zealots, believe their own B.S., and blame all post-injection adverse reactions on anxiety.

U.S. college athletes are committing suicide at record-high rates in 2022. Granted suicide has always been relatively common among U.S. military veterans. But prior to 2022, most of those suicides were veterans over age 50. Now there is a very disturbing spike in age 30 and younger U.S. military personnel committing suicide. The lethal injections are also causing indirect suicides.

Nate Bronstein, a 15-year-old from Chicago, committed suicide in January. He received the mRNA injections. But fellow students started a rumor that Nate was non-vaccinated. The young man was bullied relentlessly because kids these days equate the injections to a rite of passage. Nate hanged himself in the bathroom of his family home.

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Twitter Removes Claim About CDC And Covid-19 Coronavirus Deaths That Trump Retweeted

During the “March for the Dead” across the Brooklyn Bridge on August 21, a person holds a sign with … [+]

When you see “only 6%” trending on Twitter, the next obvious question is “only 6% of what?” Only 6% of dogs wear shoes? Only 6% of cats are plotting to stage a coup d’état in your house? Only 6% of what Tinder profiles say is true?


Nope. Various Tweets were pulling the 6% number from the following passage on the “Provisional Death Counts for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)” page on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website:


“Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned.”

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The Israeli government is responsible for the injury and death of untold MILLIONS of people

According to Yaffa, the Zoom meeting depicted, which took place in early June, is when the research team submitted its reports to IMoH senior staff. The report looked specifically at the mRNA (messenger RNA) shot from Pfizer, the brand widely distributed across Israel.

That report included an analysis of other reports received between December 2021 and May 2022 in a new reporting system, similar to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) here in the United States, that was launched in December 2021.

“The findings revealed a range of long-term SEs (serious events), including ones not listed by Pfizer, and a high rate of rechallenge (recurrence of an SE after repeated doses), which as the team repeatedly stresses, establish causal relations with the vaccine,” Yaffa wrote.

The main findings of the report that was presented to the IMoH include:

• The identification and characterization of side effects not listed by Pfizer, including neurological damage (hypoesthesia, paresthesia, tinnitus, and dizziness), back pain, and digestive symptoms in children (i.e., abdominal pain)

• Most covid jab side effects are long term, lasting weeks, months, a year, or even more, with many patients still suffering to this very day. Such injuries include menstrual irregularities and neurological damage, musculoskeletal injuries, gastrointestinal problems, and kidney and urinary system damage

• The more jabs a person gets, the worse these side effects become

• Menstrual disorders are particularly prominent post-injection, with more than 90 percent of reports suggesting that these effects are long term. After three months post-injection, more than 60 percent of patients are still suffering

“Nevertheless, the IMOH withheld the findings for 2 months, even from their own expert committee which decided 3 weeks later to clear the vaccine for infants,” Yaffa writes about how this information was systematically ignored and buried by Israeli officials.

“Only on August 9, two months later, the IMoH decided to publish a formal report.”

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Insult to Injury: The impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable persons and businesses

Infectious disease hospital

The socio-economic impacts of The COVID-19 pandemic in the Caribbean are non-neutral, affecting some persons and entities more than others, with vulnerable groups including children, youth, women and girls, the poor, informal sector workers and small businesses, being among the hardest hit. To curb the rapid transmission of the disease, Non-pharmaceutical Interventions (NPIs) – full and partial border closures, lockdowns, curfews etc. – have been adopted and are still in place (to varying extents) by governments in the Caribbean, and around the world.

NPIs, while contributing to reduced transmission of the disease have destabilized social and economic activity, producing negative effects for many, with worse impacts for vulnerable groups, as their pre-existing susceptibility to socioeconomic shocks limited their capacity to cope with the effects of the pandemic. Furthermore, the vulnerabilities among the mentioned groups intersect with broader social, economic and environmental regional systemic vulnerabilities, exacerbating the socioeconomic situation for those on the margins. Factors such as under-resourced health systems, weak or non-existent health insurance and social protection for most informal sector workers, limited economic diversification, high unemployment and greater youth unemployment rate, and predilection to natural disasters, hamper governments’ ability to fully respond to the fallout of the pandemic.


Governments have provided a range of measures to ease the socio-economic impact on vulnerable groups. By assessing how vulnerable groups have fared in the COVID-19 pandemic, and how government responses have or have not helped, this research sought to articulate recommendations for policies that would be suitable to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 on the selected vulnerable groups.

Using case studies of Caribbean countries, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, with varying levels of vulnerability, this study analysed the impacts of the pandemic and response on vulnerable groups with regard to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), education, food security, income, and business sustainability.

The evidence suggests that the pandemic has further widened inequalities and access to social goods in the Caribbean. Children, youth, women and girls, the poor, informal sector workers, and micro and small businesses, especially those operating informally, are more susceptible to the socio-economic shocks associated with the COVID-19 crisis, given their inherent though mostly structural greater level of dependency on others, and unequal access to resources.

The pandemic has impacted all people’s savings and income earning potential, but the poor have been most affected. Households with children and youth, and people with disabilities, are in the greatest need of social assistance. Pandemic-related relief often excluded informal sector workers and businesses, though informal small businesses have experienced some of the worst impacts, particularly as relates to their household expenses.

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