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Wake County NC recommending vaccination during pregnancy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liqanOP6Ibk&list=PLgHcLLatD51IplRezaBbjIRO9OgqaMM8C&index=34

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You got me there!! Lol! Tricky dicks aren't they?👵😇

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Feb 3, 2022·edited Feb 3, 2022

Quite some time ago I read an open letter from Archbishop Vigano of the Catholic Church. I found it interesting that he referenced and footnoted his assertions about the vaccines. He is against it.

https://www.algora.com/Algora_blog/2021/11/03/archbishop-vigano-writes-stunning-letter-on-vaccine-program

It’s a letter worth reading due to its general citations (and one interesting one about GO but I digress) but also due to the citations of fetal cell use. I wanted however to highlight a citation from an interesting source that, IMO, supports the assertion pregnant women should never take the shots.

Before you click on the links below: WARNING, the author of the articles below is Dr Jen Gunter, who I believe was part of the recent 300 doctors that are challenging our side (but won’t debate). She is NOT on our side. Her first article, however SUPPORTS (obviously without meaning to)! The second, again, while being less “telling” should encourage us to check our figures. But still encourages the assertion from our side on pregnant women.

https://vajenda.substack.com/p/the-covid-19-vaccine-and-menstrual

This one is from last April, 2021 and the following was from 3 weeks ago (Archb Vigano did not have the second)

https://vajenda.substack.com/p/new-study-details-impact-of-covid

Ps if anyone has not seen Planet Lockdown movie, it is ver good and I enjoyed seeing both Drs Mike Yeadon and Dr Alexandra Henrion-Caude who had several enlightening comments, one especially that actually highlights Dr Gunters first article. Gunter states that the placenta is part of the immune system. Dr H-C says that the when the mRNA impels the cells to produce spike protein the spike goes where there are ACE2 receptors and other types of receptors. Where she says?: testes, placenta and intestine.

So even Gunter, in my opinion (she obviously wouldn’t agree) is supporting our assertions. Please note that on the SECOND link above the study she cites still did not test pregnant women. Over and over we have seen that this body of people has been excluded from study and yet has been encouraged to get the shots because it’s “safe and effective”.

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Excellent interview but you should have challenged Stew Peters on his comment that this was an abortion lovers' wet dream, and the title 400,000 Vaxx Abortions. No Pro Choice person rejoices at the loss of a wanted pregnancy. That is beyond outrageous and harmful to our movement and what gets us identified with fundamentalist right wing nuts. These are not abortions, and they are not spontaneous. They are miscarriages before 20 weeks and stillbirths after 20 weeks but we need a new name for them. Maybe "Vaccine" induced fetal deaths (VIFD?), "Vacine" destroyed pregnancies or something like that.

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I'll point out a difference between a miscarriage and an abortion caused by some irresponsible behavior, though the abortion was not intended. 'Simply miscarriages' seems to absolve all responsibility.

A lot can be said about what that responsibility is but with this data and the recently released pfizer data the culpability just went way up with regard to destroyed pregnancies. Yes, I am saying individual, patients, have some responsiblity for doing their own research, not just blindly following a doctor. There are doctors who harvest organs while patients or babies are alive, they are not going to care, you have to take your own control.

I know I sound mean, and I am not judging, Jesus died for all sin great or small. But we need to learn, and we knew these 'vaccines' were not properly tested, and now we know more.

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Thank you Dr Perlman. While I don’t want to kowtow to the other side, our use of calm, clear language and thought can, at times, defuse their vitriol. You are right.

At times however,our anger about killing children with these shots is justified as righteous.

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Call me Diane. I don't completely understand your point. My point was not so much about anger as inaccuracy of Stew Peters' wild leap to framing "Vaccine" induced embryo/fetal deaths as abortions, and claiming that people who are pro choice are somehow elated at the heartbreaking loss of wanted pregnancies and how his messaging hurts the cause and fuels hostility and conflates us all with that vitriolic attitude. His comment was so bizarre and irrational. If rational people like Steve appear shows of people who make such inferences, or call Democrats communists (I am not thrilled with the Democrats) they should challenge absurd statements publicly so the audience can witness critical thinking, and should privately and respectfully raise the host's consciousness about how we need to transcend divisive positions now.

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I’m not sure I was really responding to your comment as much as thinking though something on my own and I didn’t make much sense, my apologies.

I was thinking about this constant vitriolic back and forth in some blogs which is one reason I love these conversations on substack (usually absent of personal attacks) and dislike Twitter intensely (full of personal attacks).

My first point was agreeing with you that Stew Peters often stirs up vitriol and lights fires where we should be calmer. It hurts our message. You are right. I appreciate him highlighting certain facts but it’s often done in an unnecessarily hyped and angry way.

My second point, however, was that some of our side’s vitriol is highly justified. We are seeing children killed by these unnecessary vaccines. So I see Stew Peters and Alex Jones’s angry rhetoric as being somewhat justified in those instances.

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Laura, you are right. Appreciate your insights. I am currently looking for articles & videos to send to a friend to convince her not to give in to get the jab (sad & difficult times). However, I hesitated to send her Stew Peter's videos, since he can be quite vitriolic as you said, rather than present facts calmly. That was a shame, because he does expose very important & needed topics, but my friend who was raised leftist & "trusting government" would have switched off completely if I sent it to her. I guess it is indeed hard to find an expert that speaks the truth, and that is still somewhat respected by the liberal left. So in an effort to keep the doors open with her, I resorted to gathering evidence directly from Pfizer's own Reports, & the UK governments own MHRA data reports, and present facts to her on the massive deaths, loss of unborn babies, and list of conditions (8 pages long) caused by the jabs. These were 2 sources that I felt should could not question much or dismiss as “conspiracy”. Nevertheless, it is heart-breaking to know the truth, but not be able to convince someone of its veracity.

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Medically speaking, miscarriages are termed spontaneous abortions prior to 20 weeks. The pregnancy has spontaneously aborted, or ended.

Induced abortions, or elective abortions - those chosen by the mother - of course those are different.

But “spontaneous abortion” is what miscarriages have been called for decades.

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Thanks. Understood. I had a very early spontaneous abortion, a miscarriage and a blighted pregnancy and 3 healthy children & 7 grandchildren. I am just saying these are not spontaneous - and not chosen by the mother. They are "Vaccine" induced and need their own category.

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Yes. That point is a very good one. These most certainly are not “spontaneous.”

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On another note, it will be interesting to note if the birth rate dropped even more than usual during "Vaxx Year I" (in the year of our Lord, 2021): but who will calculate and report on this?

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trending downward, i don't know how to get more updated numbers: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/natality-dashboard.htm

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I've been keeping a very close eye on CDC data the most recent updates I saw were for June 2021 live births. It has rebounded slightly from earlier 2021 but it's way too early to tell much from the data. I did note that two groups whose birth rate really dropped (women with higher education and those 40-44) would have been two categories likely to be vaxxed early, as many are in healthcare and early year rollouts were often staggered by age. On my substack I noted a 1/3 Drop in live births in Thailand from 2020 to 2021. This is a country that rolled out to pregnant women right away...

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Steve wrote: "I don’t expect the mainstream media to question the CDC on this at all. I’m sure they will all ignore it."

Of course they'll ignore it - THEY got out of the womb alive; that's all that matters to them!

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Wow talk about splitting hairs! He could have said "nearly" but when it is that close to the line, who cares. Your disdain towards the right is obvious and if this data doesn't move you...you are the problem.

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Steve, oftentimes your calculations are not well explained. For example, it's not clear to the mathematically challenged how you came up with "3.4X the baseline rate." I theorized that you first annualized the data for the first 10 months of 2021, which was 4,182. Since the data is for 10 months, that's 4182/10 each month and to annualize that number we must multiply by 12. So 12*4182/10 = 1.2*4182 = 5018.4. Since "the five-year average was 1,499 codes for miscarriages per year," we now divide 5018.4 by 1499. I get 3.347.... Why do you not report 3.3X? My calculation is "good enough for government work," and satisfies me, but your more "middle school word problem" challenged readers may be confused.

This is not the first time I've had trouble following your calculations. I found your calculation of the URF of 41 for anaphylaxis to be a bit challenging as well, though I understood the rather simple concepts involved and I don't dispute your conclusion or its application as really a LOWER BOUND on the URF for deaths. To get the maximum number of curious first time readers on board, things must be very clear.

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You must be joking. 3.4x is good enough for just about everyone here. And perhaps Steve was in a hurry and he just rounded off higher instead of lower.

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I am a grandmother and a great grandmother! But it doesn't make me happy or proud like it should've. But God is in control, he always has been, and He always will be! Come Lord Jesus come!👵😇

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This is the real "Unacceptable' - seems Justine Blackface Trudope, of Truck Fudeau fame, has started something very great.

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"This means the miscarriage rate of women who received the vaccine in the first or second trimester is actually 81.9%, or 8 out of 10 women – way, way above the national average."

https://www.eviemagazine.com/post/study-miscarriage-rate-covid-vaccine

SAFE for Corporate profit and EFFECTIVE at population reduction.

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It's called DEPOPULATION. Get used to using this word. It's the TRUTH.

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"Spontaneous abortions?"No. Miscarriages are not abortions.

However, if a woman miscarried because

the conception process and resulting pregnancy were damaged

by the hideous chemistry within an Immoral & unethical injection that interfered with a live human birth?

Wow...

Best first to be grateful that the live birth of a soulless, other than human, entity was not permitted by Almighty God.

The next appropriate reaction:

Take legal action against the health care practitioner who damaged the possibility of conceiving an authentic human being!

Big Pharma is proactively, legally (though unethically) protected to wage war against humanity,

however

bonded individual practitioners who do damage can and should be sued for danages.

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This personal but I got covid about 1 month ago and started to spot for the first time in 7 years about 1 week later. I think it was the spike.

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Just across the boarder from me in Vancouver Canada they usually have 4 to 6 per year as of September 86 spontaneous abortions. Go try to sell your bull some where else.. Thanks

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You reiterated the content of the article, Walter. How is this not obvious to you?

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All I was saying was a news report said a normal year was 4 to 6 by September they had 86 reported cases. That's all I meant to say. Sorry about the mix up.

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So in Canada you are saying they have an over 1000% increase and you are calling this article bull?

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I am just going off what the Doctors claimed

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You must be getting clots in your tiny brain, loser, take another booster.

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I got my info from listening to the news. I do not know where you get your info

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