Saturday, January 23, 2021

Canada's Theresa Tam: Reports of 90 Adverse Events After Covid mRNA Therapy (Vaccine) as of January 15/21

 Pay attention to the downplaying of this too high number of adverse reactions:

680amnews

Doctor Theresa Tam says as of January 15, there have been 90 reports of adverse events following immunization.

“These include any health problems that occur following immunization but it’s not necessarily caused by the vaccine,” Tam said on Friday.

Not necessarily caused by the vaccine? Perhaps?  But the reality is these adverse reactions could very easily be caused by the vaccine. Ms Tam can't make her statement with certainty. She's employing the language of minimization. 

After the downplaying she then states

“27 of these reports is one in 22,000 doses distributed, were considered serious such as a severe allergic reaction.”

Well above the usual numbers for such reactions. With absolutely no inkling at all of any long term affects/harm from these emergency authorized injections.

 

Friday, January 22, 2021

Julie Payette Resigns- The Disgrace of Her Appointment Was Clear in 2017

Payette should have never, ever been appointed. Ever.

In 2017 it was very clearly stated: Julie Payette Should Not Be Governor General of Canada

It was clear at that time she had issues. She was abusive. She was reckless. And worse 

2020:Julie Payette: Canada's Toxic Governor General 

Called this one, easily.

CTV

TORONTO -- Gov. Gen. Julie Payette has resigned from her post following reports of a "damaging" workplace harassment investigation.

“Everyone has a right to a healthy and safe work environment, at all times and under all circumstances. It appears this was not always the case at the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General,” Payette said in a statement Thursday.

“Tensions have arisen at Rideau Hall over the past few months and for that, I am sorry.”

I don't think she's sorry. This has been going on for some time and she had lots of time to right her wrongs. She didn't

Payette’s resignation come hours after sources told CTV News learned that an independent review into workplace harassment allegations against her was completed and that the details of the report were “damaging.”

“While no formal complaints or official grievances were made during my tenure, which would have immediately triggered a detailed investigation as prescribed by law and the collective agreements in place, I still take these allegations very seriously,” Payette said in her statement.

No "formal" complaints- Weasel words

“Not only did I welcome a review of the work climate at the OSGG, but I have repeatedly encouraged employees to participate in the review in large numbers. We all experience things differently, but we should always strive to do better, and be attentive to one another’s perceptions.”

Payette said her resignation comes at an “opportune time” as her father’s health is worsening.

The Prime Minister's Office says it will not comment at this time. A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace told CTV News they would not comment on the report "as this is a matter for the Canadian government."

So far Neoliberal Trudeau is claiming she wasn't vetted properly- Excuses. Excuses

"Speaking to National Post about Payette’s resignation, Daniel Béland, director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, said responsibility for the unprecedented moment fell squarely on the prime minister’s shoulders.

“This is very bad for Justin Trudeau because Julie Payette was his choice. She was not vetted properly, and this once again calls his judgment into question. You cannot repair nor undo this. This is a major stain on the reputation of Justin Trudeau and it’s not good for the Liberal government at all,” Béland said."

It wasn't the vetting process that is the issue..


 

Pfizer Pitches Canada for Tax Breaks in Upcoming Budget- Neoliberalism Alive and Well in Trudeau Led Canada

 Neoliberalism:  "Neoliberalism is a policy model that encompasses both politics and economics and seeks to transfer the control of economic factors from the public sector to the private sector. Many neoliberalism policies enhance the workings of free market capitalism and attempt to place limits on government spending, government regulation, and public ownership"

 Apparently Pfizer hasn't had enough tax payer funding for their experimental gene therapy? The need still more tax breaks and incentives to operate in Canada

Pfizer Canada wants tax breaks in the upcoming budget

OTTAWA -- Pfizer Canada is pitching the federal government to bring in new tax breaks and change related corporate tax policies, suggesting the feds need to do more to incentivize pharmaceutical companies to invest domestically in a post-pandemic world.

Specifically, Pfizer is proposing that in the upcoming federal budget, the government “maintain or reduce corporate income tax rates, and offers a series of suggestions of ways to do so.

The company suggests that the federal Liberals provide certainty about how Canadian tax rules, regulations, and policies will be “fair, clear and predictable,” particularly in how they apply to scientific research and development as well as contract manufacturing.

Pfizer also wants to see Canada:

  • Improve existing legislative tax measures such as increasing the Manufacturing & Processing (M&P) credit which decreases the federal corporate income tax rate;
  • Repeal or postpone the planned phasing out of the Accelerated Investment Incentive beyond 2023, which offers tax relief on newly-acquired eligible property assets; and 
  • Expand eligibility to certain tax credits so that they are refundable to multinational enterprises, not only to Canadian-controlled private corporations.

The company makes the case that a strong pharmaceutical sector can play a role in Canada’s economic restart and recovery post-pandemic but in order for that to happen, the government has to create a “fertile and hospitable environment” to retain and attract that investment.

It also notes that Canada will be competing for that investment with other countries who are implementing tax policies that attract manufacturing, research and development facilities looking to set up new locations and offer high-skilled and well-paid jobs.

The policy recommendations are detailed by the Canadian arm of the international pharmaceutical giant, in a pre-budget submission provided to the House of Commons Finance Committee. 

“Pfizer and others in the health and life sciences industry have been at the forefront of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, we also wish to be at the forefront of helping with the economic recovery,” said Pfizer Canada President Cole C. Pinnow in the submission.

“Improvements to tax incentives cannot, alone, succeed in retaining and attracting economic activity in the healthcare sector but they are important building blocks. The overall business environment must be attractive, including clear and predictable tax outcomes.”

The pre-budget submission was one of 792 different pitches from various stakeholders, corporations and business people, offering their perspective to federal policymakers as to what should, or shouldn’t be included in the upcoming 2021 federal budget.

Pfizer’s submission was published by the committee on Nov. 21, 2020, before the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was granted Health Canada regulatory approval. Since then the federal government has been in ongoing discussions with Pfizer about its vaccine delivery schedule.

That schedule was recently interrupted by Pfizer, and is leaving Canada without any new doses arriving next week. It’s thrown the national rollout off track, though the company has made assurances that it’ll soon make up for the temporary shortages. 

In a statement, Pfizer Canada spokesperson Christina Antoniou said that beyond the pre-budget submission, the company “has never engaged with anyone in the Federal Government on the tax policy matters referred to in our submission,” nor had the submission been discussed during any conversations about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Antoniou said that Pfizer felt it was important to offer their perspective on what measures the federal government could take to help restart the economy, which was the question that the committee had solicited feedback on.

According to the Finance Committee’s website, no submission has been received from Moderna, the second pharmaceutical giant to have its COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in this country.

WHO Finds These Covid Testing Edict Changes Interesting?

While reading this morning...

I stumbled across this from the WHO

"WHO guidance Diagnostic testing for SARS-CoV-2 states that careful interpretation of weak positive results is needed (1). The cycle threshold (Ct) needed to detect virus is inversely proportional to the patient’s viral load. Where test results do not correspond with the clinical presentation, a new specimen should be taken and retested using the same or different NAT technology.

The greater the number, the higher the CT's (cycle thresholds), the lower the viral load- All my readers know that!

We've talked about this issue several times since March of 2020. A couple of flashbacks below.  

THC Interview: David Crowe Coronovirus/Covid19- The Risks, Testing and Treatment

 In August : Was the PCR Test Meant To Detect A Virus?

WHO reminds IVD users that disease prevalence alters the predictive value of test results; as disease prevalence decreases, the risk of false positive increases (2). This means that the probability that a person who has a positive result (SARS-CoV-2 detected) is truly infected with SARS-CoV-2 decreases as prevalence decreases, irrespective of the claimed specificity.

Most PCR assays are indicated as an aid for diagnosis, therefore, health care providers must consider any result in combination with timing of sampling, specimen type, assay specifics, clinical observations, patient history, confirmed status of any contacts, and epidemiological information."

An aid for diagnosis. Clearly the PCR test is NOT, nor has it ever been a diviner of diagnosis. Despite the presentation.

diviner- forecaster, seer or prophesier also god like force for diagnosis

In order that there be a correct diagnosis the result must be considered in combination with multiple other factors such as patient history, clinical observation etc

Clearly the PCR test is NOT the ultimate authority. Though it's been deigned as such. So why do these tests continue to set the tone or standard for and justify every crime against humanity that is being presently enacted?

More questions?

Let's go back a bit further to when the WHO officially altered their status on the PCR test. Check screenshot below from WHO  document titled-  Diagnostic testing for SARS-CoV-2. Specifically the corrigenda of this document-  

Read what was deleted and then subsequently inserted on September 11/20 

Delete: Virus neutralization assays are considered to be the gold standard test for detecting the presence of functional antibodies. These tests require highly skilled staff and BSL-3 culture facilities and, therefore, are suitable for use in routine diagnostic testing. 

Insert: Virus neutralization assays are considered to be the gold standard test for detecting the presence of functional antibodies. These tests require highly skilled staff and BSL-3 culture facilities and, therefore, are unsuitable for use in routine diagnostic testing. 

That's quite a change. The gold standard for detecting the presence of functional antibodies went from being suitable for use to be unsuitable for use. Why? Was the WHO intending to make it more difficult, for some reason, to measure the presence of functional antibodies in an individual, as well as in the populace?  In order to downplay the idea of naturally occurring social immunity (herd immunity) being much more widespread then the vaccine pushers would like?

Anybody have any thoughts or ideas on why this change might have occurred?


 

Related:

We Had the Vaccine the Whole Time- A So Called Vaccine Awaiting a So Called Pandemic?