Speaking of intellectual honesty, do you mind actually responding to any of the information or actual argumentation I have been giving?Even if you're trolling that's still a more intellectually honest argument I've seen from any of these idiots.
I'm really sorry to hear that. Panic attacks are no joke. I have family with anxiety and mental disorders so I especially understand that. It's not my intention to cause a panic attack but to bring out information and voice the argument for concern about the vaccine and things surrounding it.I was having a panic attacks for hours after getting the vaccine because I was so scared of what it might do. However, in the end I am more scared of getting CoVid.
I've seen nothing but equivocation and bullshit. If what you were saying isn't what I said it was, well, then what the fuck was it? Try to say it in a sentence.Speaking of intellectual honesty, do you mind actually responding to any of the information or actual argumentation I have been giving?
So I guess editing it into a six minute video is still too long for you to bother. Alright, here's the sentence:I've seen nothing but equivocation and bullshit. If what you were saying isn't what I said it was, well, then what the fuck was it? Try to say it in a sentence.
Literally said nothing against condoms or seat belts nor did I intimate vaccines in general are bad. I even defended the flu vaccine from someone who misrepresented it as being less effective than it actually is, using the CDC article they linked. It's in the exact post you replied to from me previously.Why is taking a vaccine, or wearing a condom, or wearing a seatbelt,
Imagine being such a literal sheep Baaaaa! muh herd immunity that you think you need to take a jab that gives you a 95% chance of protection against a slightly more infectious than normal flu that you *already* had a greater than 99% chance of surviving if you're healthy. What a bunch of cucks randomly putting god knows what into your body, created far too quickly by people who literally don't give a shit if you live or die.
They were experimental when they arrived. And the cost-benefit analysis said they should be given first to high-risk populations like the elderly, where they had a huge chance of dying if they actually caught it. And I know people like you are like "lol old people die who cares," but old people who want to live a little while longer do care. Maybe they want to see their granddaughter graduate high school. Whatever. Their lives are worth it to them.Expanded (run-on): The mRNA vaccines are experimental
So do you think the polio vaccine is necessary then? It was mild in 99.5% of cases.Imagine being such a literal sheep Baaaaa! muh herd immunity that you think you need to take a jab that gives you a 95% chance of protection against a slightly more infectious than normal flu that you *already* had a greater than 99% chance of surviving if you're healthy. What a bunch of cucks randomly putting god knows what into your body, created far too quickly by people who literally don't give a shit if you live or die.
And they still are. Read my posts and the information even from the CDC.They were experimental when they arrived.
Yet it's being pushed to vaccinate as many and as broadly as possible, with the goal being almost the entire population being vaccinated--and then doing that yearly like we do for the flu.And the cost-benefit analysis said they should be given first to high-risk populations like the elderly, where they had a huge chance of dying if they actually caught it.
Literally never said that. Nice job.And I know people like you are like "lol old people die who cares,"
Did you already forget?Nothing fucking happened.
Now that's Johnson&Johnson (Jenny Johnson not related lol) and was during the big scare which caused the FDA to put that vaccine on hold for a week to investigate before eventually reauthorizing it. However, the concern was not illegitimate since it did cause death as I recall from the first video I posted from yet another doctor and expert in his field discussing the risks vs the risk inherent in something like a Tetanus shot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyPjAfNNA-U&t=1sPublic Information Officer for the Utah Department of Health said:“There are very few contraindications to the current vaccines. They are incredibly effective and safe,” Jenny Johnson, Public Information Officer for the Utah Department of Health, says. [A contraindication is a specific situation in which a drug, procedure, or surgery should not be used because it may be harmful to the person] However, in rare cases, people may experience side effects following their first dose of the vaccine that indicate they should not receive the second dose. Johnson says those who are allergic to any ingredients in the vaccine and those who have had an immediate allergic reaction after the first dose, should not receive the second dose.
“If you are worried about anything else (like an underlying medical condition or if you had an allergic reaction to a different vaccine, we recommend you talk with your doctor)” she states. Those who are currently sick with COVID-19 need to wait until they are symptom-free and no longer in isolation before getting the vaccine, Johnson adds.
And from every single post I have made in this thread, I have proven that. You have not proven the contrary at all, have not even addressed the information I provided. You keep lumping me in with people I'm not aligned with and accusing me of argumentation I don't make.Short: Concern against or about the Covid vaccines and the background information about them is valid and not just the babbling of vaccine abolitionists or scare mongers.
Covid was as deadly as it was firstly because we didn't know what/how about the virus and secondly because of the co-morbidity factorsCoVid killed more people in one year in the US than the flu did in the last three years.
This does not mean the virus was not deadly or that it does not have a real danger about it, but it does mean it's not the Black Death. The vast majority of those who died from Covid19 are people who were not healthy to begin with or who were already at risk of something else. Another factor to consider is that during this time, if someone dies of pneumonia but upon their death they test positive for SARS-Cov-2 (despite not having Covid19 the disease) then it will be registered as a Covid death with co-morbidity pneumonia. That's also what causes confusion.“CDC just backpedaled (quietly) and adjusted the U.S. COVID deaths from 153,504 to 9,210. Admitting that their numbers are so (expletive) that they are off by a whopping 94%,” said a post being shared on Facebook Monday.
But such claims misrepresent the data. A death isn’t excluded from the COVID-19 tally just because the person was obese or had diabetes or dementia.
"The underlying cause of death is the condition that began the chain of events that ultimately led to the person’s death," Dr. Robert Anderson, who oversees the CDC’s death statistics work, said in a statement. “In 92% of all deaths that mention COVID-19, COVID-19 is listed as the underlying cause of death."
"No u, but actually yes me"People who want to pretend that CoVid is a nothing burger or who don't want the Vaccine are far more afraid of this bug than people who watch mainstream media and get the vaccine.
It's ok to be afraid. Just don't pretend you have some super good reason for denying and avoiding shit.
I was having a panic attacks for hours after getting the vaccine because I was so scared of what it might do. However, in the end I am more scared of getting CoVid.
You should probably do some research before just spouting things:
2: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/eclinm/article/PIIS2589-5370(20)30348-5/fulltext"If a man is ill with the flu or something else that causes a high fever, that can drop the sperm count for a couple of months," says Elaine de Quadros, DHSc, a board-certified andrologist and technical laboratory supervisor at The Fertility & IVF Center of Miami.
3: https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/medicine-and-dentistry/sperm-antibody (and other links from the site)Decreased sperm concentration, and increased seminal levels of IL-6, TNF-α, and MCP-1 compared to control males were observed.
InterpretationImpairment of spermatogenesis was observed in COVID-19 patients, which could be partially explained as a result of an elevated immune response in testis. Additionally, autoimmune orchitis occurred in some COVID-19 patients. Further research on the reversibility of impairment and developing treatment are warranted.
4. https://www.healthline.com/health/orchitis#causesAutoimmune orchitis is characterized by testis inflammation and the presence of specific antisperm antibodies (ASA).
Antisperm antibodies (ASA) can form when the immune system is exposed to large quantities of sperm through a breach of the blood-testes barrier,4 for example, following trauma, torsion, biopsy, and vasectomy (the latter being the most common cause seen in the authors’ practices). Once formed, ASA can affect the motility of sperm and its interaction with the egg.75
As ASA rarely causes male subfertility (Subfertility is defined as “the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.”), and ICSI successfully overcomes ASA problems, ASA tests are not recommended as part of routine screening.
A virus or bacteria can cause orchitis.
The most common cause of viral orchitis is the mumps. Mumps is a viral childhood disease that’s rare in the United States due to effective immunization programs. The Mayo Clinic estimates that 33 percent of men who get the mumps as teens also develop orchitis. Viral orchitis related to the mumps develops anywhere from four to 10 days after the salivary glands swell. Salivary gland swelling is a symptom of the mumps.
Bacterial infection can also lead to orchitis in males. Urinary tract infections and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, and a related condition called epididymitis can result in orchitis, too. Epididymitis is an inflammation of the epididymis. This is the tube that stores sperm and connects the testicles to the vas deferens.
There’s no cure for viral orchitis, but the condition will go away on its own.
Associated Press is being disingenuous about Yeadon by leaving out this important detail, that he was Chief Scientific Officer and VP of Pfizer, not just some doctor who worked there almost ten years ago.Information in the article, carried by the blog “Health and Money News,” is attributed to Michael Yeadon, a retired British doctor who left Pfizer nine years ago. Attempts to reach Yeadon were unsuccessful.
So the AP tries to downplay Yeadon and Wodarg as just some doctor and a former Pfizer employee when in reality they have accolades. That is concerning, as is what they said in their petition for pausing the vax "until more safety and efficacy data can be provided" being totally dismissed, despite the CDC itself saying further research in certain fields is warranted [edit: regarding vaccine effectiveness].Posts carrying the false information shared a petition filed by [Michael] Yeadon [former VP of Pfizer and Former Chief Scientific Officer of Allergy and Respiratory Research] and Wolfgang Wodarg, a German physician [and former Head of Health at the Council of Europe], to the European Medicines Agency that demanded that clinical trials of the Pfizer vaccine be stopped in the European Union until more safety and efficacy data can be provided. In the petition, the two acknowledge that there is no indication “whether antibodies against spike proteins of SARS viruses would also act like anti-Syncytin-1 antibodies.”
“However if this were to be the case this would then also prevent the formation of a placenta which would result in vaccinated women essentially becoming infertile,” the petition says.