Thursday, May 7, 2020

Plandemic Covid-1984: Dr Judy Mikovits, Military Study Linking Influenza Vaccine With Increased Coronavirus Risk

I'm going to hattip both Abdullah and Rocknest  for bringing this video to my attention.
Dr Mikovits refers to a military study done that demonstrated the flu vaccine makes the Coronavirus more virulent. This study was addressed April 26/20 here at the blog

 "Receiving influenza vaccination may increase the risk of other respiratory viruses, a phenomenon known as virus interference. 

Vaccine derived virus interference was significantly associated with coronavirus and human metapneumovirus 

 Approved does not mean safe, it just means the "authority" or authoritative organization approved. 

Watch the video before it's gone. Abdullah had left me a link to this yesterday and it had been taken down by time I got to it.


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  1. I've previously mentioned the 2017/2018 Flu season in the US which was horrendous- the cdc had announced deaths totally nearly 80,000 at that time, but, for some inexplicable reason they "adjusted" their total down to about 60,000

    Below is a TIME article from Jan. 2018

    he 2017-2018 influenza epidemic is sending people to hospitals and urgent-care centers in every state, and medical centers are responding with extraordinary measures: asking staff to work overtime, setting up triage tents, restricting friends and family visits and canceling elective surgeries, to name a few.

    “We are pretty much at capacity, and the volume is certainly different from previous flu seasons,” says Dr. Alfred Tallia, professor and chair of family medicine at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey. “I’ve been in practice for 30 years, and it’s been a good 15 or 20 years since I’ve seen a flu-related illness scenario like we’ve had this year.”

    Tallia says his hospital is “managing, but just barely,” at keeping up with the increased number of sick patients in the last three weeks. The hospital’s urgent-care centers have also been inundated, and its outpatient clinics have no appointments available.

    The story is similar in Alabama, which declared a state of emergency last week in response to the flu epidemic. Dr. Bernard Camins, associate professor of infectious diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, says that UAB Hospital cancelled elective surgeries scheduled for Thursday and Friday of last week to make more beds available to flu patients.

    “We had to treat patients in places where we normally wouldn’t, like in recovery rooms,” says Camins. “The emergency room was very crowded, both with sick patients who needed to be admitted and patients who just needed to be seen and given Tamiflu.”

  2. Part 2:

    "In California, which has been particularly hard hit by this season’s flu, several hospitals have set up large “surge tents” outside their emergency departments to accommodate and treat flu patients. Even then, the LA Times reported this week, emergency departments had standing-room only, and some patients had to be treated in hallways.

    The Lehigh Valley Health System in Allentown, Pennsylvania, set up a similar surge tent in its parking lot on Monday, in response to an increase in patients presenting with various viral illnesses, including norovirus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and the flu. “We’ve put it into operation a couples times now over the last few days,” said a hospital spokesperson. “I think Tuesday we saw upwards of about 40 people in the tent itself.”

    In Fenton, Missouri, SSM Health St. Clare Hospital has opened its emergency overflow wing, as well as all outpatient centers and surgical holding centers, to make more beds available to patients who need them. Nurses are being “pulled from all floors to care for them,” says registered nurse Jennifer Braciszewski, and are being offered an increased hourly rate to work above and beyond their normal schedules. Many nurses have also become sick, however, so the staff is also short-handed.

    The flu has especially affected hospital patients with other health issues, says Braciszewski, who works with cardiac patients. “Almost every patient in the hospital has the flu, and it’s making their pre-existing conditions worse,” she says. “More and more patients are needing mechanical ventilation due to respiratory failure from the flu and other rampant upper respiratory infections.”

  3. Anyone else getting a sense of deja vu?
    We've been here before, but, the deaths and over run hospitals, states of emergencies and tents being set up didn't even register a blip on the radar?


    1. Anyone else getting a sense of deja vu?

      Well that comparison is a fine piece of detective work.


      That's a burning question. Clearly, on this occasion the crisis is amplified for nefarious agenda.

    2. Abudullah

      " Clearly, on this occasion the crisis is amplified for nefarious agenda."


  4. Thanks Penny.
    What's really concerning is that those "principalities" operate in ether around the globe, unabated.

    Consider this really interesting article and add another piece of puzzle.

    1. I've seen this news before and don't know what to make of it. And don't have the time to dig into it.

      I know there was at least on female doctor who killed herself during this 'crisis'- New York doctor.

      As for what is occurring in Russia? Unknown?

      The article you link to calls here "dissident" but was she?
      She looked firmly establishment

      "Natalia Lebedeva, the chief EMS officer at a cosmonaut training center outside Moscow, plunged to her death Friday from the window of a hospital room where she was placed with Covid-19 symptoms earlier last week. "

      interesting, though

  5. Something is very, very strange. I went looking for information for the time period 2017-2018 in Birmingham, AL. I wanted to see local newspapers but without a subscription you can't get into the archives. I did take a look at issues for their city council for January and February 2018. What showed up for both months was a need for warming stations for the city's homeless population but no mention of concern for influenza spreading among that population. I would have thought that homeless people in the cold would be susceptible to an epidemic of flu. Then I took at look at Columbus, Ohio's health department reports for weekly flu reports. There was an increase in 2017-2018 but nothing mentions a need for dramatic measures like these reports in Time magazine (a source for deception since its beginning).

    What's also puzzling for me is that we moved back to Ohio in late November, 2017. My father-in-law was having in-home physical therapy from late November to January. There was never a mention of an increase in influenza by his health care providers, in-home or at doctor's visits. Also, I mentioned to you at the time, that he had the television on all.the.time which included national and local news and never did I hear about any dramatic efforts being made to handle increased flu cases.

    I don't think I'm questioning the increase in cases of influenza; I'm questioning what looks like a revised version of history.

    1. Yah, it's weird because the CDC had revised their numbers down from nearly 80,000 to just over 60,000.

      "Influenza killed about 80,000 people in the 2017-2018 season, according to figures released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention"

      If you check CDC stats today for that same time period you get..

      "Can you explain why the estimates on this page are different from previously published and reported estimates for 2017-2018? (For example, total flu-related deaths during 2017-2018 was previously estimated to be 79,000, but the current estimate is 61,000)?'

      So yes it looks as if history is being revised, rewritten right before our eyes

  6. I've been thinking about this a lot today. Since I don't watch TV, I've had to go by my own two watchdogs which as I said above, was my father-in-law and also my own father. He watched TV from the time he got up until he went to bed, and he always watched the news, local and national. He was also a hypochondriac who wore a face mask before it became the fashion now. If he had seen news reports of hospitals full of patients with influenza and tents set up outside to handle the overflow, I most assuredly would have heard about it. And it would have been on TV because that is just the thing TV "news" loves. The other thing that occurred to me is, where would TV news have found time to discuss increased influenza cases when all they did 24/7 was Trump Trump Trump. That's all I heard about all day long was whatever evils Trump was up to that day.

    1. As I'd mentioned in the previous report on that deadly flu season the media would have no incentive to report because there is a 'vaccine' for that, right?

      Might have raised way to many questions?
      They may have also lost advertising revenue?
      Since pharmaceutical advertising is big bucks, especially in the US. Less so here.
      Those reasons alone may suggest very strongly why they didn't give much coverage to that influenza season.
      -Plus the WHO didn't label it a pandemic!

      During the time of this so called "pandemic" the media has every reason to blather on about it incessantly! Including prepping/pre selling for the next big vaccine! Which, if I may add, boils down to advertising for big pharma.