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Paul and I, all 16 kids and Ashley, Benjamin's wife...Christmas 2012

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Friday, December 17, 2021

just tell me the truth, that's all I want...


As I mentioned to "anonymous", who asked where I got that number of 18,000 deaths, it's from the VAERS website, which is run by the CDC here in the United States of America.  It's higher now, however, with the updated info, almost 20,000.  Usually when a vaccine is introduced, if there are say...five deaths, there will be a review of the vaccine.  Within the first month of these being released, there were 180 deaths, and some doctors were crying out, but...nothing happened.  People continue to die.  There are estimates that the actual number is five times higher than this, so around 100,000, because doctors are not required to report to VAERS.  These are each verified, by the way.  

It's sad, and it's scary, but it's all there for anyone to look into and read about, it's not a conspiracy theory, and I am not an anti-vaxxer.  There have been early treatments which have worked well in other countries, and have been swept under the vaccine rug here in the U.S.  

Much of the info I've gathered here is from Dr. Peter McCullough...

and that's all I have today...


Carol said...

I just feel as though we don't know the truth about the virus or the vaccine. I have had both and I am thankful that my virus wasn't bad, but I feel the same way now or worse and I am told I have a sinus infection. Confusing by all means!

Mari said...

I know - I'm not into conspiracy theories nor am I an anti vaxxer, but there are so many questions, and so much that's made me suspicious. I've also had the vaccine and the virus!

Véronique said...

"One of the main limitations of VAERS data is that it cannot determine if the vaccine caused the reported adverse event. This limitation has caused confusion in the publicly available data from VAERS WONDER, specifically regarding the number of reported deaths. There have been instances where people have misinterpreted reports of deaths following vaccination as deaths caused by the vaccines; that is not accurate. VAERS accepts all reports of adverse health events following vaccinations without judging whether the vaccine caused the adverse health event. Some reports to VAERS represent true vaccine reactions and others are coincidental adverse health events and not related to vaccination. Overall, a causal relationship cannot be established using information from VAERS report alone."

Linda said...

Don't get me going...there are so many unknowns and I am just so tired of folks stating, "Just take the vaccine and your protected." No, no your not. AND I can tell you with the utmost assurances, NY does NOT willy nilly offer the therapeutics, why? I don't know. Shouldn't ALL lives matter? They're too busy letting illegals in without vaccines, and one has to ask, why? Ok, please forgive me...but I am just so sick and tired of the games the government is playing. They tell us to do our homework and we do and then we are told, that's not true or its the anti vaxxers fault etc. ENOUGH. We have enough therapeutics to keep every single person alive here in America.

I better stop...didn't mean to rant and rave. Thank you Della for doing your/the homework.

Unknown said...

Good afternoon. I believe everyone should do what is right for them. This latest strain is very quickly transmitted it seems, but not nearly as severe. I am 78 years old and I have asthma, and my husband is 82 and we chose to be vaccinated. We have had the booster too. These are just my thoughts and by no means meant to sway anyone one way or the other. We in Alberta have the lowest rate of infection in Canada, but we have the highest rate of fully vaccinated people over 18 too I believe.

Very dull here today, but only -13C at the moment. Two days ago it was -35C with the windchill 😱🥶🥶

Have a lovely day 🥰

Marilyn from Canada 🇨🇦

16 blessings'mom said...

Oh Marilyn, you truly live in the land of frozen! I agree with you that everyone should do what they choose to do.
Linda, of course I will "get you started"...sorry! There has definitely been an across the board effort to block early treatments and to push the vaccine. It's unbelievable. I do not mind your ranting, nor your raving.
Veronique, just imagine if all the deaths that occurred within hours or days of the vaccines were actually recorded in VAERS? Wow, could be a hundred thousand! And the 800,00 0number we're hearing as deaths from Covid: isn't it like 96% are in addition to other causes, only a fraction of them as Covid alone? Of all those who have died, there is blood on hands....because early treatment was discouraged, and in some cases made unavailable.
Mari, I know, I am not an anti-vaxxer either. But this one raised some red flags for me...
Carol, it is confusing. The way viruses work is that the newer strains are less lethal, more mild, and spread more easily, and that's what the Omicron strain is doing. That's actually a good thing, but if people do get sick, they should seek treatment early!

Michelle said...

Have you listened to the latest interview with Dr McCullough on Joe Rogan’s show? It’s on Spotify. I listen to podcasts when I’m cleaning or going for walks:) Anyway, Dr M talks about therapeutics and how there’s been an effort to block them all over the world and how even the “best” hospitals have no protocol for treating patients in earlier stages of the virus. They wait until it’s too late. It’s almost like they’re killing people on purpose. Seems criminal.

Also, do you ever read Coffee & Covid? The writer is a lawyer based here in Florida, but he covers national covid news as well. He mentioned several doctors you can do virtual visits with and get preventative supplements and therapeutics through them (from other states, if needed). His blog is great if anyone is interested.

PamL said...

Thank you for sharing! Dr. Peter McCullough is one smart guy- he just did a three-hour podcast with Joe Rogan (who I don't particularly like, but Joe Rogan is doing a good job getting the word out about the botchery of Covid). It's well worth listening to. You have to listen on Spotify. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing! It's anonymous again. I don't mean to hide and be anonymous, it was just easier to comment that way on my mobile. My name is Dana and I am from Pennsylvania.

I have something to add and will note that I am not pro- or anti-vaccine myself. I believe whatever anyone chooses to do is their business. I am, however, a truth seeker in all of this (and the truth is really hard to find).

The data that you share above should have the prerequisite of reading this before it's interpreted:

The most noteworthy statements are (looks like someone else above did their homework, too):

"VAERS collects data on any adverse event following vaccination, be it coincidental or truly caused by a vaccine. The report of an adverse event to VAERS is not documentation that a vaccine caused the event."

"A report to VAERS generally does not prove that the identified vaccine(s) caused the adverse event described. It only confirms that the reported event occurred sometime after vaccine was given. No proof that the event was caused by the vaccine is required in order for VAERS to accept the report. VAERS accepts all reports without judging whether the event was caused by the vaccine."

"VAERS reports can be submitted voluntarily by anyone, including healthcare providers, patients, or family members. Reports vary in quality and completeness. They often lack details and sometimes can have information that contains errors."

Another helpful resource:

As I said, I am not pro- or anti-vaccine, but I do believe there are two sides to every story and data and information can be manipulated to support whatever belief one has. I can manipulate, translate and share this data to plead my case of being pro- or anti-vaccine depending on how I want to spin it and what I want to point out to support my particular beliefs. And that, is what we need to stop doing (and what it seemed like you were doing). There are nuances with all data, and in this case, it's incredibly important to dig in deeper because not all is what it seems, and that goes for ALL data related to COVID and the vaccine.

Anonymous said...

Also, even if with the 19,000 deaths above (which isn't even remotely an accurate number due to the data nuances and how its collected), more than 223 million people in the United States alone have received the vaccine. The percentage of people who have died out of those 223 million is so minimal (19,000/223,000,000) (and, again, that's being generous in giving you that 19,000 inaccurate number).

I hope people do their own research and dig into the data and not listen to random opinions of people (no offense).