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The Mad Perks Of The Pfizer Jab

By May 18, 2022June 24th, 2022No Comments
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Since around the start of 2021, when the Covid vaccines began to roll out, we have been constantly told by our governments and media that these vaccines are “safe and effective.” This has somewhat been achieved to the masses by the fact that the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) requested to suppress any documents and safety data around these “vaccines” for 75 years!!

Thankfully, on Jan 6, 2022, a judge denied this request and ordered these documents to be released this year allowing us to get an idea of some of the adverse events that we can expect from these injections, particularly the Pfizer jab, which 100’s of millions of people across the world jumped at the opportunity to get into their bodies to fight of what can only be described as the common flu.

One particular report to surface entitled, “CUMULATIVE ANALYSIS OF POST-AUTHORIZATION ADVERSE EVENT REPORTS OF PF-07302048 (BNT162B2) RECEIVED THROUGH 28-FEB-2021” which was released around March 5, 2022, is of particular interest as it features an appendix that lists Pfizer’s Covid vaccine as having 1,291 possible adverse events to look out for after being jabbed with this rad elixir.

Below is a small excerpt from the document:

It is worth noting that the official Pfizer fact sheet from the FDA website, regarding these so-called vaccines, could be considered to be  relatively minor reactions such as, fatigue, headache, muscle pain, chills, joint pain, etc however, the FDA mention that myocarditis and pericarditis (heart inflammation) are also “rare” side effects that can also occur from this jab, which is also stated on the CDC’s website.

Despite the fact that the report that I am referring to above, with the hundreds of possible side effects from the jab being dated 30 Apr, 2021, the CDC have continued to only name a handful of the minor ones on the official Pfizer fact sheet.

Why would they not want have ALL of the safety information out there, in the interests of public safety, so that people can make informed decisions on whether or not to get these jabs? Interesting question…

At this point, I will admit that, like many others, and in my video on this topic I speak of these 1,291 adverse events as ACTUAL reported adverse events from the Pfizer jab, however, this is not quite accurate on how this document is to be read.

The appendix that lists these adverse events is entitled “APPENDIX 1. LIST OF ADVERSE EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST” and starts on page 30, of the document. Many medical professionals have made the assumption, that this list is the complete list of adverse reactions, however, some doctors have since realized this not to be the case.

The “List of Adverse Events Of Special Interest” is a list that is meant to be used only as a reference for doctors if patients start to show symptoms shortly after receiving a Covid jab. They can check this list to see if there could be a correlation with a patients symptoms and the jab.

This would be very handy information for a doctor to be aware of, in case they have some patients that start to present with some of these adverse reactions, however, this document was never released publicly or internally for medical practitioners to study. It was suppressed until a court ordered release of these documents to the public.

Now, I can’t claim that I am the person to discover this information, it is through coming across this video from a British doctor named Dr. John Campbell, whom has a much more extensive medical background than myself.

In his video, he too admits that he had also made a mistake in claiming that this list is the list of adverse reactions and cites Jesse Santiano MD as his reference for this not necessarily being the case, after all.

Jesse Santiano MD draws the definition of “Adverse Event of Special Interest” as defined by the The Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) as:

An adverse event of special interest (serious or non-serious) is one of scientific and medical concern specific to the sponsor’s product or programme, for which ongoing monitoring and rapid communication by the investigator to the sponsor may be appropriate.

Such an event may require further investigation in order to characterize and understand it. Depending on the nature of the event, rapid communication by the trial sponsor to other parties may also be needed (e.g., regulators).

Adverse Event of Special Interest is an event for a particular product that should be monitored by a drug or vaccine manufacturing company. It can be severe or non-serious, but it can lead to a serious medical condition.

According to the CIOMS Working Group VII

One question I have about this list of possible adverse events for doctors to look out for, is how would Pfizer know that these 1,291 medical conditions could be something to look for unless they had already come across these through testing or possibly through actual reported events?

Given the fact that many of the conditions listed are so rare and obscure that many doctors wouldn’t even know what they are, it is hard to think that Pfizer would just rattle off this list randomly for a bit of fun.

And of course the most obvious question. If doctors are meant to be on the look out for these symptoms or conditions as possible reactions from these shots then why was this document not released to them at the start of 2021, when the report was written?

I don’t even think I need to try and answer that question…


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