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Are the FDA and Pfizer-BioNTech scamming us with a license-in-name-only? And why do they want us to be vaccinated so badly?

By Dr. Meryl Nass, MD | August 23, 2021

This is a convoluted legal argument, but since it hinges on the potential loss of huge amounts of money, I think there is a good chance my guess is correct.

EUA or “authorized” vaccines and drugs are defined as experimental. Experimental products require informed consent, and there are other restrictions on their use. Most lawyers believe, as I do, that they cannot be legally mandated, because they require you to have the right to refuse.  It is written into the EUA statute. There also cannot be approved, licensed drugs that do the same thing as the EUA drug or vaccine, and of course, in this case both HCQ and IVM can prevent as well as treat Covid.

This has troubled the federal government. And so it had the DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel manufacture a legal opinion in late July that you could be forced to be vaccinated even while the vaccines were only authorized. However, the OLC arguments were ridiculous and therefore ignored.

When that didn’t work, federal threats got heavy. First it was going to be mandates “if you wanted to do business with the government.” Then mandates for the military. Then mandates for healthcare workers, schools, colleges, you name it. And federal workers.

But legally, all these mandate threats hinged on licensure, aka “approval.” No one wanted to go to court defending a mandate under EUA.  And the feds probably promised all the employers, schools, states, etc. that a license would be issued before colleges and schools started.

But there is a huge elephant in the room.  Under EUAs, the government pays for the product and the manufacturer has NO liability, unless you can prove willful misconduct AND the DHHS Secretary allows you to sue. That has never happened.

But once the product (Pfizer’s vaccine, today) is licensed, the liability shield under EUA disappears. Unless there has a been a secret agreement regarding liability after approval, which is probably not legal, Pfizer will be liable for all injuries sustained by the licensed vaccine. And Pfizer’s vaccine seems to be causing a record number of injuries and deaths, based on the VAERS data.

The FDA approval letter, issued today, was unusual.  It stated that current bottles of vaccine, which are not branded with the “Comirnaty” brand name, are still authorized, not approved. Only newer bottles with “Comirnaty” labels will be approved, licensed product.

What that means is that people cannot be mandated to receive vaccine from the old bottles. But if they do accept the non-brand vaccine, they cannot sue if injured.

If they receive the branded vaccine and are injured, they can be mandated to take it, but they can also sue the company for damages.

Here is what might be happening. FDA issued a license, so everyone thinks the mandate is now in effect.  But if no “Comirnaty” labelled vaccine is being administered, just the old authorized vaccine, there is no licensed product being used, and there is no actual mandate.  And no ability to sue if injured.

If you have looked at any of the leaked contract documents between Pfizer and Israel or Albania, or heard about the contract signed in Brazil, you will probably agree with me that Pfizer would not be willing to accept liability for this product.

So: if it does not say “Comirnaty” it cannot be mandated.If it does say “Comirnaty,” it can be mandated.  But if it doesn’t say “Comirnaty it is still experimental and you cannot be forced to take it, and if you do get injured, you are out of luck.

Don’t sign a liability waiver for this product! Don’t sign away your rights if you take it.

I am guessing Pfizer will continue to supply the old “authorized” vaccine to avoid liability… and that explains the convolution in FDA’s letter this morning. If I am correct, you won’t have to take it… Anyway, not till Pfizer gets rid of the liability problem…which could happen, as a bill has been introduced in Congress to solve Pfizer’s problem. It’s the Vaccine Injury Modernization Compensation Act of 2021. Will our legislators throw us under the bus again and remove manufacturer liability for the few vaccines that still have it?  Be forewarned.

You can track the bill here.

August 23, 2021 Posted by | Deception | | 2 Comments

Dr Peter McCullough, Louisiana House Oversight Hearing on Monday, August 16, 2021

HealthFreedomLouisiana | August 23, 2021

Dr Peter McCullough offers expert testimony to the LA House Oversight Hearing on Monday, August 16, 2021.

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Contacts: Telemedicine Doctors For COVID19 Scripts

By Martha Albertson | Principia Scientific | August 23, 2021

Let’s save as many lives as we can. Below are some of the telemedicine doctors’ contact details who are providing early treatment for “COVID”.

Principia Scientific International scientists and medical experts largely agree that ‘COVID19’ is nothing more than influenza. However, being that many readers have contacted us for details of medical doctors willing and able to provide online prescriptions, we are posting their contact details below for your use.

Here are some of the telemedicine doctors providing early treatment for C19. Ivermectin and/or hydroxychloroquine Ivermectin Fluvoxamine

IMPORTANT NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER: This list of doctors and medical providers is ONLY a collection of information offered as a convenience to interested members of the public and is neither a recommendation of the provider nor a verification of the provider’s qualifications or practices, medical or otherwise.


Information is not guaranteed to be accurate. A particular medical professional currently may not be accepting new patients.


Dr. Darrell DeMello                                   +91-7718079507

Dr. Fabio Lopes Bueno Netto                  +55 (11) 9 9118 5051  Tel / WhatsApp   (and face to face in São Paulo – Brasil)


Dr. M. Anwar Noor                                    +93-775313155


States using IVM: Corrientes, Jujuy, Misiones, Pampa, Salta, Santa Cruz, Tucuman

Dr. Maria Victoria Moreno                        +54-911-5564-0216      (Buenos Aires)


Dr. Peter Lewis (IVM)                                 03 9822 9996


Dr. Terezia Novotna                        


Dr. Mohammad Tarek Alam                      9120792 93


IVM approved by Belize’s Ministry of Health as a prescription treatment option for Covid-19


Dr. Henry Dowling                                     (441) 296-7296        

Dr. Paula Estwick                                        (441) 293-5476


Bolivian government added IVM to its guidelines for treating coronavirus infections in May 2020

Dr. Andres Zurita                                        +79606228793      (consultations by telemedine for all Bolivia)


Cities using IVM:  Belem, Fortaleza,Itajai, Paranagua, Porto Alegre, Porto Feliz

Dr. Wilton Adriano                                                                                     (Golania, Goias)

Dr. Felipe Dias Wanderley de Carvalho                                                    (Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais)

Dr. Lucy Kerr                                               55 11 3287 3755                                                                        (São Paulo)

Dr. Maria de Fátima Gomes de Luna                                                         (Fortaleza, Ceará)

Dr. Carolina Muniz                                                                    (Rio de Janeiro)

Dr. Fabio Lopes Bueno Netto                  55 (11) 9 9118 5051  Tel / WhatsApp   (São Paulo)

Dr. Jussara Resende                                  55 11 98825 6308                                                                      (São Paulo)

Dr. Claudia de Bessa Solmucci                 55 31 4009 8200                         (Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais)


Use of IVM for COVID-19 treatment is common


Dr. Umbrine Fatima (Ontario only)        (716) 407-3250 

     Prophylaxis, Active, Long COVID   (appointments only … no walk ins)


Dr. Sam Enoh                                  


Physicians can prescribe Ivermectin for COVID-19 patients; then report it in the Infectious Diseases Information System


HCQ available; IVM being tested for COVID-19 treatment


IVM is used widely both for prophylaxis and for treatment of COVID-19. Some doctors use HCQ as well.

Dr. José Natalio Redondo Galan


Dr. Mario Zapata Casares         


National treatment guidelines issued November 2020


Government sanctioned protocol includes IVM


IVM generally available for COVID-19 but patient may have to request it … IVM not included in national guidelines


Some municipalities are providing free Covid Kits to those who are sick. The kits include IVM and other items.


Government approved protocol includes IVM and HCQ


Clinical trial of IVM for COVID-19 treatment  at the South Pest Central Hospital and the National Institute of Pulmonology


Much of India has IVM available as a first line of treatment for COVID-19

Dr. Darrell DeMello                                   7718079507   (Mumbai)  also treats long-hauler Covid-19

Dr. Jagadish G Donki                                9845917230   (Bangalore) also treats long Covid-19 (Post Covid Syndrome)

Dr. Shashikanth Manikappa                                             smanikappa@gmail.com1

Dr. Asiya Kamber Zaidi                                           


Ivermectin permission to treat COVID-19 from the Food and Drug Supervisory Agency (BPOM) and from Ministry of Health


Dr. Pat Morrissey                               

Dr. William ‘Billy’ Ralph                              00353 53 91 36411 


IVM for COVID-19 information at:

Prof. Andrea G Stramezzi, MD, PhD          Send a Whatsapp to +39 351 5407910


Ministry of Health & Wellness does not recommend for or against IVM in COVID-19 treatment (March 2021)

The Ministry recognizes that some doctors are using IVM for treatment of COVID-19


Dr. Haruo Ozaki, chairman, Tokyo Medical Association, recommends use of Ivermectin for COVID-19 patients (9 Feb 2021)

Tokyo Metropolitan Government plans clinical trials of Ivermectin for outpatient treatment of COVID-19 (30 Jan 2021)


IVM for COVID-19 treatment approved by MALMED Drug Agency for North Macedonia


Health Ministry and Institute for Clinical Research (ICR) clinical trials of Ivermectin for Covid-19

Malaysian Association for the Advancement of Functional and Interdisciplinary Medicine requested immediate Ivermectin use


States using IVM:  Chiapas

Mexico City government is giving away COVID-19 kits with Ivermectin & Azythtromycin through kiosks.

Dr. Ariel Ortiz                                             (866) 893-8005           


My Free Doctor                                         +1 850-750-1322   Text


National treatment guidelines issued January 2021


Clinical trial ​approved in Lagos state for Ivermectin treatment of Covid-19


Government has approved and stockpiled IVM and HCQ


States using IVM: Alto Parna


National treatment guidelines issued January 2021

Dr. Gustavo Aguirre Chang                       Facebook: Gustavo Aguirre

Dr. Yiduv Pettyd Ordoñez Romero 


A licensed physician may prescribe IVM off label at his/her own discretion in consultation with the patient

Dr. Allan A. Landrito                                  09323137060


Dr. Włodzimierz Bodnar                            +48 16 677 00 79    (treatment is with amantadine, not IVM)


Dr. Joaquim Sá Couto                               Consultório na Av. da Boavista Nº 117, no Porto/Portugal

Dr. José Manuel Sabino de Jesus   


January 27, 2021: The Health Ministry approved the therapeutic use of IVM for six months


Court order determines that physicians, on their own judgement, may prescribe IVM for treatment of COVID-19 (April 6, 2021)

Dr. Shankara Chetty                                  846102030      please WhatsApp

Dr. Erica Drewes                                       2 721 201 7036

Dr. Alex Ekonomakis                                 117961400

Dr. Chantelle Eybers                                 716248492

Dr. Liandi Fourie                                        126530564

Dr. Hema Kalan                                          126632732

Dr. Gerrie Lindeque                                   568172275       Whatsapp: 060 528 2910

Dr. Claudia Boitshoko Moloabi                                    (IVM prescribed for Covid 19 prophylaxis)

Dr. Zodwa Ngobese                                  824449268

Dr. Gys du Plessis                                      104428929

Dr. Marna Turner                                        834724948

Dr. Mariska van Tonder                             792899753

Dr. Clarice Van Vreden                              012 259 1059

Dr. Gerhard Vosloo                                   123465935

Bendiga House                                         083/487-4797  

My Free Doctor                                         +1 850-750-1322   Text


Dr. Nyjon Eccles                                        0207 224 4622


Sarva Medical and Wound Care Clinic    076 101 4433

Dr. K T Sundaresan                          


Dr. Kai-Jow Tsai                                


Dr. Leopoldo Salmaso                              +255 686655555   or  +39 329 0044616   (Whatsapp & Telegram)        Also for Italian expatriates


Dr. Aubonrutt Wannawisute                     LINE ID: audperio;    081-3063061


Dr. Elias Barrios                                          (868) 2219281       Instagram: dreliasbarrios


Dr. Nyjon Eccles                                         +44 (0)207 7224 4622  


(see below)


Government has approved COVID-19 treatment protocol includes IVM and HCQ


The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) has approved use of IVM for prophylaxis and treatment of COVID-19

Dr. Jackie Stone                                        



MULTIPLE STATES (Telemedicine)

Dr. Miguel Antonatos                              (855) 767-8559

       (States: AL, AZ, CO, FL, GA, GU, IA, ID, IL, KS, KY, MD, ME, MI, MN, MS, ND, NE, NJ, NV, NY, OK, SC, SD, TN, UT, VT, WA, WI, WV)

Nicole Baldwin, ARNP FNP-BC    

     (States: AZ, CO, FL, IA, ID, IN, MA, MD, MO, MT, ND, NJ, NM, NY, WI, WY)

Anne Blanchette, PAC, FNTP       

      (States: AZ, FL, ID, IL, UT, WA)

Dr. Rafael F. Cruz                                (Go to website and click blue TELEHEALTH box)

      (States: AL, AK, CT, FL, GA, HI, ID, IN, KS, KY, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, NC, NH, NJ, NV, NY, OH, OK, PA, SC, TN, WV)

Dr. Darrell DeMello                                  +91-7718079507  (located in India; consults in the USA)

JP Denham, ARNP     

      (States:  AZ, FL, ID, MD, MI, OR, WA)

Dr. Alieta Eck                                            (732) 463-0303

Dr. Harolyn C. Gilles                                (602) 909-6347  (prescribe non-controlled substances such as IVM in all 50 states)

Dr. Syed Haider                                        (281) 219-7367 Text or better yet sign up:

       (States: AK, AZ, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NV, NY,

        OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WV, WI, WY)

Glenmore Hendricks, RNP              

       (States:  AZ, CA, IA, MA, MI, MT, OR, TX, VA)

Dr. Eder Hernández DMSc,PA-C            (956) 546-2000; (956) 518-7444; (956) 731-6699

Dr. Richard Herrscher                              (972) 473-7544                                                   

Dr. Peter Hibberd                                    (561) 655-4477;  (561) 725-2356 (text)

     (States: FL, TX, CA, IL, CT, IN, KY)

Dr. Joseph N. Holmes                             (980) 264-9020   Text preferred

Dr. Mollie James                              (telemedicine consults for prevention, active and long-haul)

     (States: AR, IA, IL, KY, MO, OK)

Victoria James, APRN, FNP-C     

     (States: AZ, FL, MD, NV, OR, WA)

Dr. Rob Karas                                           (479) 966-5088;  (479) 770-4343                         

Dr. Kevin Kargman                                   (856) 261-3068   Text

     (States: AZ, CT, GA, ID, IN, KY,  MI, NJ, OK, WV, WY)

Dr. Michelle Eva Morholt, DNP, FNP-C  (360) 230-8070    $200 prophylaxis & active treatments with agreement of 2 follow-

     (States: FL, UT, WA)                          up visits to assure safety. Long-haul for our primary care patients only. Call, text, or facetime appointments.

Janna Mustafina CRNP                  

     (States: AZ, CO, DC, FL, MD, NV, RI, UT, WY)

Dr. Ryan D. Partovi                                   (760) 224-3033      (Nationwide via Telehealth)

Dr. Clifford F. Porter                                 (512) 553-1501                                                    

Dr. Felecia Sumner                         

     (States:  AZ, FL, IL, NC, NJ, PA)

Dr. Keri Topouzian                                    (248) 240-0450       prophylaxis, current infections, long covid

     (States: CO, MI, TX)

Patricia Trafford, FNP                               (480) 496-8340

Dr. Michael Uphues                        

     (States: FL, IL, IN, MT, NV, TN)

Harmony Vance, ARNP                  

     (States: FL, MA, MD, NM, NV, WA)

Dr. Arnoldo Padilla Vazquez         

     (States: AL, AZ, CO, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, KS, MD, ME, MN, MT, ND, NE, NH, NV, OK, OR, SD, TN, UT, VT, WA, WI, WV, WY)

Dr. Marivic Villa                                        (352) 561-6299; (352) 430-4460; Text only (352) 430-8166  (Televisit anywhere in US)

Dr. Fred Wagshul                                     (888) 788-9101

Brian Weinstein MS APN NPC                                                                                    (all 50 states)

Jennifer Wright MSN, ACP-C         (treatment available only via online purchase)

Dr. Anna Yoder, DNP                               Book an appt at:           Prophylaxis $75; Covid+ $85, long haulers $115

       (States: AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, LA, MN, MO, MT, NC, ND, NE, NV, OR, PA, SD, WA, WV)

America’s Frontline Doctors         

iCareVIP                                                    (888) 447-7902

My Free Doctor                                        (850) 750-1322   Text    (all 50 states)


Dr. David Calderwood                             (256) 535-5944

Rebecca Halechko, CRNP, FNP-BC        (205) 624-4325


​Renae Blanton, MSN, FNP-BC                                  


Kayla Berns, RN, BSN                              (623) 524-4000

Sarah Fuller, FNP-C                        (for questions)

           Same day appointments available if initiated by 10 am. Visits for treatment, prophylaxis, long-haul starting at $79.

Dr. David Jensen                                      (480) 444-8715

Dr. Karen E. Lee                                        (520) 395-2220                                                       

Zhanna Tarjeft, FNP-BC                           (480) 550-9551                

Dr. Todd Winton                                       (480) 704-1050     (In person and Telemedicine available)


Dr. Rob Karas                                            (479) 966-5088;  (479) 770-4343                            

Dr. Sharron Mason                                   (501) 463-9079


Dr. Margaret Aranda                                (800) 992-9280

Dr. Joshua Batt                                       (Free sign up and initial consult)

​Dr. Jose R. Cilliani                                    (714) 541-5252

Dr. Brenden Cochran               (425) 361-7945  (APPOINTMENT REQUIRED – BOOKED INTO SEPT. NO PREVENTATIVE CARE)

Dr. George C. Fareed                              (760) 351-4400

Dr. Sabine Hazan                                     (805) 339-0221

Dr. Jorge L. Moreno                                (323) 726-6289           (In person and telemedicine)

Dr. Alice Pien                                            (949) 428-4500

Dr. Brian M.Tyson                                     (760) 592-4351

Dr. Tom Yarema                                                          


Tracy Dark, FNP                                       (303) 481-8079

Siegfried Emme, FNP                              (970) 227-0526                  

Dr. Katia Meier                                         (303) 790-7860


Dr. Martin Owen                                                       

Dr. Steven Phillips                                    (203) 544-0005

Dr. Robban Sica                                       (203) 799-7733    (prophylaxis, active, long haul)


Dr. Michael Austin                                   (813) 964-5901

Dr. Bruce Boros                                        (305) 294-0011

Danielle Carrera DNP, APRN                                             Please go to and use code: DCARRERA  (prophylaxis, exposed, positive)

Dr. William J. Cole, Jr.                             (941) 371-7171   email: DrCole@RetireThePandemic.Com

Janice A. Dennis, FNP, APRRN               (561) 847-0573  (call or text)

Dr. Umbrine Fatima                                 (716) 407-3250 (Prophylaxis, Active, Long)

Dr. Bernard Garcia                                   (954) 771-2111

Dr. Stephen E. Grable                             (904) 247-7455

Vanessa Hamalian NP                             (941) 253-2530   Telemed for Florida only.   $85/visit.   Make telemed appt at:

Dr. Peter H. Hibberd                                (561) 655-4477;  561-725-2356 (text)

Dr. Michael M. Jacobs                             (850) 912-2000

Dr. Nabeel Kouka                                     (305) 280-0505

Dr. Jasen Kobobel                                   (321) 636-0005   (appointments only with patients already established with his practice)

Dr. Ben Marble                                         (850) 776-5555

Dr. Michelle Eva Morholt, DNP, FNP-C  (360) 230-8070    $200 prophylaxis or active, 2 follow-up visits for safety

Dr. Angeli Maun Akey                                                 (telemedicine)

Dr. William Nields              .                                       

Dr. Juliana Rajter                                      (954) 906-6000

Dr. Jean-Jacques Rajter                          (954) 906-6000

Dr. Tara A. Solomon                                 (954) 984-8892   Ext 1

Dr. Juan Pascal Suarez-Lopez                 (407) 843-0151

Dr. Andres Felipe Velasco                       (386) 574-1423

Brian Weinstein, NP                                 (888) 329-0120

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko                                (845) 537-2742   text for appointment


Dr. Jason N. Cox                                      (912) 632-6000

Dr. Jimmy A. Malaver                          prophylaxis for exposed medical personnel; treatment for sick outpatients

Dr. M. Todd Trebony                                (229) 454-5964   Juvenescence Medical Spa, 91 S Underwood St, Camilla, Ga 31730

USMed Clinic                                            (678) 974-1240


Dr. Ryan N. Cole                                       (208) 472-1082

Cynthia Culp NP-C, IFMCP                     (208) 888-6886

Joseph W. Petrie, PAC                             (208) 833-3773


Dr. Alan F. Bain                                         (312) 236-7010

Dr. William Crevier                                   (708) 349-0070   COVID-19 consultation, prophylaxis, treatment only in our office. Bring any labs, EKGs.


AccuDoc Urgent Care                             (812) 932-3224

Melissa Donahue, FNP                            (765) 201-0746

Dr. A Brooks Parker                                  (317) 300-4091   (call to schedule a Zoom meeting; ask for Dr. Parker)


Dr. James Buckmaster                             (270) 831-2004      also treats via telemedicine in Tennessee


Dr. Dustin Sulak                                                         


Dr. Alan R. Vinitsky                                                     


Dr. Kathleen O’Neil-Smith                                           (telemedicine)          Medicare not accepted


Dr. Jacqueline Chirco                             (248) 302-0473                                                              

Dr. James Lewerenz                                (248) 289-6643


Catherine McCulley, CNP                       (605) 271-1020   (office visit only)


Dr. Helen Gelhot                                      (314) 576-0094   522 North New Ballas Rd. Suite 122; Creve Coeur, MO 63141

Timothy Hubbard, PA-C                          (417) 363-3900

Keri Sutton, NP-C                                    (417) 881-4994

Dr. Luke Van Kirk                                      (417) 351-2900   


Dr. Joshua Batt                                         (Free sign up and initial consult)

Dr. Arezo M. Fathie                                  (702) 407-9994

Dr. Harolyn C. Gilles                                 (602) 929-6347    (Scottsdale)  $105 for COVID early or long-haul initial consult

James M. Gocke, APRN                          (775) 782-1610    Ironwood Primary Care

Dr. Patrick G. Ticman                               (702) 877-5199


Dr. Robban Sica                                       (203) 799-7733    (prophylaxis, active, long haul)


Dr. Alieta Eck                                            (732) 463-0303

Dr. Eric Osgood                                       (no phone calls)          prophylaxis, early treatment, longhaul

Jennifer Wright MSN, ANP-C                                            treatment is available only via online purchase


Stephanie Wilks, FNP-C                          (575) 433-3000


Dr. Robert J. Aquino                                (631) 547-4100

Kathleen Breault NP CNM                      (518) 944-1637   (Will provide telemedicine)

Dr. Umbrine Fatima                                 (716) 407-3250 (Prophylaxis, Active, Long)

Dr. Nabeel Kouka                                     (305) 280-0505


Kenneth C. Farmer, ANP                         (910) 399-8666

Dr. Joseph N. Holmes                             (980) 264-9020   text preferred

Dr. Prachee Jain                                (COVID-19 positive only; no prophylaxis)

Dr. James Johnston                                 Sign up:   home-visit physician for patients within 30 mins of Charlotte beltway

Dr. Jodi Stutts                                           (704) 360-5190  (COVID-19 positive patients only; no prophylaxis)

Leslie Ware, PA-C, MEd                           (980) 949-6000


Dr. Trent Austin                                        (513) 845-4558

Dr. A. Patrick Jonas                                  (937) 427-7540

Dr. Jennifer Pfleghaar                              (567) 336-6001

Dr. Brad Schneider                                   (234) 414-0215

Dr. Fred Wagshul                                     (888) 788-9101


Dr. Gayle Bounds                                     (405) 224-6484

Dr. Curt Coggins                                      (918) 245-1328   St. John Clinic, Ascension; Sand Springs.  Practice is closed to new patients.

Dr. Randy Grellner                                    (918) 725-1599

Dr. Jim Meehan                                        (918) 600-2240

Laura Moreno, FNP                                  (405) 861-0224

Dr. James Ross                                         (918) 932-2909

Dr. Kerri Williams                              (prophylaxis, current infection, long COVID)


Dr. Alexis S. Lieberman                           (215) 774-1166    only patients under age 18

Dr. Safiyya Shabazz                                  (215) 924-2440

Dr. Regina Smith                                      (717) 795-9566


Carolina Health & Wellness Services     (843) 996-4908    Telehealth for Virginia and South Carolina

Dr. Martin Owen                                                      


Catherine McCulley, CNP                       (605) 271-1020   (office visit only)


Dr. George Graves; Danny Nelson FNP (423) 949-2171

Dr. Dawn Linn                                           (615) 551-9707 (COVID-19+ only; no prophylaxis)


Dr. Robin Armstrong                                (409) 938-5000

Dr. Kimberly Barbolla                               (903) 320-3200

Dr. Hong Davis                                         (972) 867-5888   call or text.

Dr. Alison Garza                                       (956) 393-2200

Susan Harris, MSN, CNM, FNP-C           (972) 304-6400 

Dr. Eder Hernández DMSc,PA-C             (956) 546-2000; (956) 518-7444; (956) 731-6699

Dr. Richard Herrscher                               (972) 473-7544

Dr. Deborah M. Holubec                         (214) 509-9691

Dr. Stella Immanuel                                  (281) 530-1230

Dr.  Imran Khan                                                          

April E. López NP, MSN                           (956) 627-5555

Dr. Ivette Lozano                                      (214) 660-1616

Cynthia Malowitz, ANP-BC, FNP-C        (361) 937-2121 or (361) 937-2124   $35 telemedicine visit for uninsured

Raynell Odom, FNP                                 (830) 391-0877

Dr. Russell Phillips                                    (469) 916-4436  

Dr. Clifford F. Porter                                 (512) 553-1501                                              

Dr. Brian Procter                                       (972) 562-8388

Wendy Starnes, APRN, NP                      (903) 320-3200

Dr. David Sheridan                                   (281) 705-6690            Available for telemedicine – email or call

Dr. Cami Jo  Tice-Harrouff, DNP                              

Dr. Ibidunni Omolayo Ukegbu                (469) 453-2008

Dr. Barry Ungerleider                                                        Telemedicine consult $250 if RX issued

Dr. Richard G. Urso                                   (713) 668-6828


Dr. David Jensen                                      (480) 444-8715

Dr. Michelle Eva Morholt, DNP, FNP-C  (360) 230-8070    $200 prophylaxis or active, 2 follow-up visits for safety


Carolina Health & Wellness Services      (843) 996-4908    Telehealth for Virginia and South Carolina

Dr. Mary Ellen Gallagher                          (703) 527-6664      including pediatric care


Dr. David D. Bot                                                        

Dr. Brenden Cochran               (425) 361-7945  (APPOINTMENT REQUIRED – BOOKED INTO SEPT. NO PREVENTATIVE CARE)

Dr. Carrie Hardy                                        (360) 629-2222

Dr. Michelle Eva Morholt, DNP, FNP-C  (360) 230-8070    $200 prophylaxis or active, 2 follow-up visits for safety


Dr. Kristen Lindgren                                 (920) 737-1625     www.Lindgren.Health

Dr. Steven Meress                                    (920) 922-5433  

Dr. Kristen Reynolds                                                      

​Dr. John E. Whitcomb                             (262) 784-5300 (early and long COVID-19 patients)

August 23, 2021 Posted by | Timeless or most popular | | 1 Comment

Comments in response to FDA’s license of Pfizer vax today for 16 years and up

By Meryl Nass, MD | August 23, 2021

The vaccine-induced protection provided by Covid vaccines starts fading within months. In late July, Israel’s Minister of Health said vaccine protection had dropped to 39%. It is not preventing severe illness in Israel and the UK either, though the US CDC changed its collecting methods for breakthrough cases on May 1 to disguise this fact.

While the US government has said it will begin booster doses of mRNA vaccines the week of September 20, there is actually NO evidence that Covid-19 boosters will provide increased protection against infection, or that they are effective against the delta variant or other new variants.

For other vaccines, such as mumps and pertussis, there is no evidence that booster doses after the initial course add measurable protection.

Boosters do raise antibody levels, briefly, which increases the risk of autoimmune adverse effects, immune overactivity and the dire possibility of antibody-enhanced disease (AED), a.k.a. vaccine-enhanced disease (VED), in which those who are vaccinated have a much more severe illness when exposed to Covid than do the unvaccinated.

Since the UK’s top vaccine expert Sir Andrew Pollard told Parliament 2 weeks ago that herd immunity cannot be obtained—in fact it is a “myth”– because the vaccine is not halting transmission, and since the CDC director confirmed this, there is no logical reason to mandate vaccinations for anyone, since the vaccines are not protecting the community.

Mandating vaccinations for the young and healthy, who are at minimal risk from Covid, but at increased risk from Covid vaccinations, is a travesty. The risk of myocarditis after vaccination in a male teenager is 50 times higher than the risk to a 65 year old, according to CDC data. The teenager has many years ahead of him, while the long-term side effects from Covid vaccines have yet to be identified.

Reported deaths following Covid vaccinations are at least 10 times higher than for any vaccine ever approved in the US. Yet FDA and CDC have never explained the causes of these deaths, and they  pretend they do not exist.

This fact alone should have been sufficient to stop FDA granting a license to the Pfizer vaccine.

Here is the convoluted license-plus-authorization letter from FDA. This could be a bait and switch–see the next post.

August 23, 2021 Posted by | Civil Liberties, Deception, Science and Pseudo-Science | , | 5 Comments

Robert Dingwall: We Need to Hold Advocates of Mask Mandates to Account

By Toby Young | The Daily Sceptic | August 23, 2021 

Robert Dingwall, a Professor at Nottingham Trent University and a leading sociologist, has written an excellent piece for Social Science Space criticising the imposition of mask mandates, given the paucity of evidence that masks interrupt transmission and the lack of any robust evaluation of the harms masks cause.

First, Professor Dingwall looks at the two main sources of evidence purporting to show that masks are effective.

One is studies at various scales of the impact of mask mandates on reported infection rates. These may compare cities, states, provinces or entire nations using time series data to look for inflections of rates that may be attributable to the mandates. A great deal of mathematical ingenuity has been expended in trying to control for the numerous confounders from biases in reporting, differences in diagnosis, leads and lags in public behaviour in response to the mandates, seasonal fluctuations, mobility – the list is almost endless. By the time these manipulations are complete, though, it is very difficult to conclude that there is any clear and obvious effect. Infection rates do not seem to vary much between comparable communities regardless of the NPIs that have been introduced. I have yet to see a study that identifies a clear and unequivocal benefit from a mask mandate in the form of an obvious inflection point attributable to the intervention. For all the reasons cited, this would be hard to find so perhaps we should not treat its absence as conclusive proof of a lack of benefit so much as something that is consistent with the RCT evidence that any benefit is likely to be minimal.

The other main source of evidence is laboratory studies of the properties of masks using techniques from physics and engineering. Some studies treat masks as a straightforward air filtration experiment. These are well-controlled and reproducible, but bear little resemblance to real-world conditions. The more sophisticated studies use mannikins to create a jet of air carrying inert particles into a controlled space, mimicking human exhalation. Masks can then be used to interrupt the air flow. The resulting measurements are the basis for computational models that provide more general descriptions of the spread of particles, which may be used to create video simulations. These studies are often elegant but suffer familiar problems in generalising to real-world environments. Within reason, the experimenter can manipulate the average velocity of the jet, the size of particles and the permeability of the mask in ways that aim to mimic breathing at different rates, coughing or sneezing. To get reliable measurements, including video or photographic evidence of the dispersion of the particles, the simulated exhalations must enter still air. Air, however, is never still in the real world. In any space there are thermal currents that are moving air around and dispersing exhalations in ways that are not captured, and probably cannot be captured, by the experimenter in a physically meaningful way. The efficacy of masks is also sensitive to the choice of particle size. If the experimenter favours droplets, larger particles, masks capture these quite well – but they also fall quickly to the ground and are unlikely to be inhaled by anyone at a normal social distance. If the experimenter favours aerosols, smaller particles, these are likely to pass through or around cloth masks, whose pore size is typically significantly larger than the aerosol particles. In which case the masks may filter a small proportion of the particles but probably let most through or around the edges. Where higher quality masks have been mandated, the community evidence runs into the same problems as before.

Having concluded that neither body of evidence is remotely persuasive, he then turns to the potential harms that masks do.

The precautionary principle also requires a proper evaluation of the potential harms. Few such studies have actually been done but relevant issues can readily be identified. Four are clearly important. First, they discriminate against a large group of people with communicative disabilities of speech and hearing, with neurodisabilities, such as autism or Aspergers, or with mental health issues, such as prior trauma from confinement as an abused child or as a survivor of sexual assault. Second, they discriminate against people who have medical consequences such as acute skin infections, eye infections or respiratory infections as a result of mask use. In the pre-pandemic world, such people could find workplaces where these issues were avoided but they cannot escape the mandates. Third, there is the impact on child development, particularly in relation to language and social interaction. The American Academy of Pediatrics claimed that there was no evidence for this, but there is a substantial body of research from psychology, education and linguistics establishing the importance of observing faces, particularly for small children. Fourth, and perhaps hardest to measure, there is the impact on community levels of fear and anxiety. This, indeed, has been the ultimate fall-back for committed advocates of masks – they may not have an impact on the transmission of the virus but they remind everyone that there is a pandemic going on and that they should be cautious every time they set foot outside their home – the safety of the home is assumed, of course. The consequence, of course, is that we are nudged towards regarding our fellow human beings as no more than potential vectors of infection. Everyone is guilty until proven innocent. The trust on which everyday life depends in modern societies is fatally compromised.

He concludes that mask mandates should never have been introduced, given the paucity of the evidence and the lack of research into potential harms.

If we do not think it is acceptable to have our lives ordered in ways that discriminate against large sections of the population, that impair the development of children, that damage the mental health of the nation and that make each of us fearful of the other, then it is time to hold the advocates of masking to account for the quality of evidence. It is simply too fragile to justify coercive measures, whether by the state or by private actors. Why has there been so little investment in RCTs? Why are mask advocates now arguing that RCTs would be unethical because the benefits are obvious, when they patently are not? It is more unethical to perpetuate a practice without evidence than to challenge one’s preconceptions. This is truly how science progresses and debate should be conducted.

Worth reading in full.

August 23, 2021 Posted by | Civil Liberties, Science and Pseudo-Science | , | Leave a comment

Ten reasons why the jab must never be mandatory

By Abir Ballan | TCW Defending Freedom | August 21, 2021

COVID-19 presents a high risk of severe illness and death to a few and a negligible risk to the majority of the population. This epidemiological reality lends itself to a focused vaccine approach: offering a safe and efficacious vaccine to high-risk individuals (mostly people above 50 who already have health problems) when the benefit of the intervention clearly outweighs the risk.

Mandatory vaccination has no place in a free society. Public health policy should never be coercive and should always be participatory. Decisions must be made by those who have ‘skin in the game’ and not by bureaucrats or a conflicted elite who will never have to live with the consequences of their actions. The role of public health agencies is to provide the public with accurate information, and allow individuals and communities to make their own decisions.

Seven ethical principles of public health should be at the heart of any public health intervention: non-maleficence, beneficence, respect for autonomy, health maximisation, efficiency, justice and proportionality. Human rights, scientific facts and common sense should also be applied.

Ten reasons why Covid-19 vaccination should never be mandatory:

1.    Non-maleficence – the Hippocratic duty of ‘first, do no harm’. There is mounting evidence of serious adverse events, particularly myocarditis in the young, following Covid-19 vaccination. Adverse events reporting systems act as a signalling system so immediate action can be taken to prevent greater harm. There are currently strong enough signals to warrant an investigation. Vaccines arealso contra-indicated for individuals with certain health conditions. Vaccination of pregnant/breastfeeding women must be approached with great care – pregnant women were excluded from the vaccine trials; Covid risk is low in healthy women of child-bearing age, while vaccine risks to the foetus/infant cannot be determined yet.

2.    Beneficence – the duty to produce benefit for the individual. Health interventions should be based on individual needs.Vaccination is indicated only when the intervention clearly represents a greater benefit than risk for the individual. This criterion is not met for children and young people, individuals below 60 with no existing health problems, and individuals with past SARS-CoV-2 infection (including asymptomatic infection).

3.    Respect for autonomy – allowing individuals to pursue their wellbeing as they perceive it. Every person has a high value and cannot merely be treated as a means to the end of others’ good. This entails seeking the individual’s informed consent before any medical intervention: informing them of the risks and the benefits of the intervention and getting their voluntary consent without any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, overreaching or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion. Currently, individuals cannot be provided with full information on vaccine side effects as no long-term data exists yet. The results of the vaccine trials should be replicated by independent scientists prior to vaccine rollout to the high risk group. Public transparency of all efficacy and safety data is necessary.

4.    Health maximisation – maximising the health of all members of the general public requires a holistic and multi-layered approach: educating the public about a healthy lifestyle to improve their chronic illness, the importance of Vitamin D in fighting respiratory infections, the importance of home-based early treatment, the availability of life saving treatment protocols, safe and effective drugs (such as ivermectin), as well as vaccines for the high-risk group. Vaccinating individuals who incur greater risk from the vaccine than benefit increases total harm.

5.    Efficiency – the duty to produce as many benefits to as many people given limited resources. Vaccinating individuals who do not benefit from the intervention diverts valuable resources away from the vulnerable as well as from far more devastating global health issues like TB, HIV, diabetes, cancer and cardiac diseases.

6.    Justice – all humans have equal worth and no one should be discriminated against based on their health choices. Unfair practices such as denial of services, requirements for employment, restrictions on travel, higher insurance premium for the unvaccinated create a two-tiered society. It breaks social solidarity and cohesion.

7.    Proportionality –the reasonable balance between benefits and costs of an intervention in terms of individual welfare versus collective benefit. Vaccines are designed to confer protection to the vaccinated. It is unethical for a person to incur any vaccine risk or lose personal freedoms for the sake of somebody else.

8.    Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 can result from both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals. The virus can also be transmitted among animals. Even if everyone is vaccinated, transmission will continue and variants will keep on evolving. A Zero Covid strategy is unrealistic and unachievable.

9.    Herd immunity can be reached through a combination of natural infection and vaccination. Natural immunity to SARS-CoV-2 is broad and long-lasting – more so than vaccine-induced immunity, especially in combating variants. Recovery from infection prevents serious illness if reinfected. It is not necessary to vaccinate the entire planet for the ‘greater good’ of society.

10.  Non-derogable rights, as stated in Article 58 of the Siracusa Principles on the Limitation and Derogation Provisions in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1958), apply under all circumstances, even under threat of ‘national security’:

‘No state party shall, even in time of emergency threatening the life of the nation, derogate from the Covenant’s guarantees of the right to life; freedom from torture, cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, and from medical or scientific experimentation without free consent . . . and freedom of thought, conscience and religion. These rights are not derogable under any conditions even for the asserted purpose of preserving the life of the nation.’

We face two scenarios. Either the vaccines work, delivering protection to the vaccinated and eliminating the claim that everyone needs to be vaccinated. Or the vaccines don’t work, and therefore no one should get vaccinated. On both counts, vaccine passports are a pointless ‘public health’ tool that will undermine trust in the medical profession and vaccination programmes. They seem to serve economicfinancialpolitical and ideological agendas. Most fundamentally, they are unethical. They swing the gate wide open for totalitarian rule through a digital social credit system.

Vaccine passports represent the epitome of the greater evil of society. This is the inch we must not yield.

August 23, 2021 Posted by | Civil Liberties, Science and Pseudo-Science, Timeless or most popular | , | 2 Comments

21,766 Dead Over 2 Million Injured (50% Serious): EU’s Database of Adverse Reactions for COVID-19 Shots

By Brian Shilhavy | Health Impact News | August 18, 2021

The European Union database of suspected drug reaction reports is EudraVigilance, and they are now reporting 21,766 fatalities, and 2,074,410 injuries, following COVID-19 injections.

Health Impact News subscriber from Europe reminded us that this database maintained at EudraVigilance is only for countries in Europe who are part of the European Union (EU), which comprises 27 countries.

The total number of countries in Europe is much higher, almost twice as many, numbering around 50. (There are some differences of opinion as to which countries are technically part of Europe.)

So as high as these numbers are, they do NOT reflect all of Europe. The actual number in Europe who are reported dead or injured due to COVID-19 shots would be much higher than what we are reporting here.

The EudraVigilance database reports that through August 14, 2021 there are 21,766 deaths and 2,074,410 injuries reported following injections of four experimental COVID-19 shots:

From the total of injuries recorded, half of them (1,021,867 ) are serious injuries.

Seriousness provides information on the suspected undesirable effect; it can be classified as ‘serious’ if it corresponds to a medical occurrence that results in death, is life-threatening, requires inpatient hospitalisation, results in another medically important condition, or prolongation of existing hospitalisation, results in persistent or significant disability or incapacity, or is a congenital anomaly/birth defect.”

Health Impact News subscriber in Europe ran the reports for each of the four COVID-19 shots we are including here. It is a lot of work to tabulate each reaction with injuries and fatalities, since there is no place on the EudraVigilance system we have found that tabulates all the results.

Since we have started publishing this, others from Europe have also calculated the numbers and confirmed the totals.*

Here is the summary data through August 14, 2021.

Total reactions for the experimental mRNA vaccine Tozinameran (code BNT162b2,Comirnaty) from BioNTechPfizer – 10,616 deathand 833,498 injuries to 14/08/2021

  • 22,844   Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 135 deaths
  • 22,132   Cardiac disorders incl. 1,591 deaths
  • 208        Congenital, familial and genetic disorders incl. 16 deaths
  • 10,953   Ear and labyrinth disorders incl. 8 deaths
  • 563        Endocrine disorders incl. 5 deaths
  • 12,887   Eye disorders incl. 24 deaths
  • 75,021   Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 454 deaths
  • 220,575 General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 3,013 deaths
  • 893        Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 49 deaths
  • 9,094     Immune system disorders incl. 58 deaths
  • 27,018   Infections and infestations incl. 1037 deaths
  • 10,454   Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 158 deaths
  • 20,892   Investigations incl. 342 deaths
  • 6,172     Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 188 deaths
  • 112,364 Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 133 deaths
  • 605        Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl cysts and polyps) incl. 51 deaths
  • 148,477 Nervous system disorders incl. 1,171 deaths
  • 910        Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 29 deaths
  • 152        Product issues incl. 1 death
  • 14,950   Psychiatric disorders incl. 141 deaths
  • 2,763     Renal and urinary disorders incl. 169 deaths
  • 10,909   Reproductive system and breast disorders incl. 3 deaths
  • 36,913   Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 1,268 deaths
  • 40,358   Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 92 deaths
  • 1,416     Social circumstances incl. 13 deaths
  • 651        Surgical and medical procedures incl. 28 deaths
  • 23,324   Vascular disorders incl. 439 deaths

Total reactions for the experimental mRNA vaccine mRNA-1273 (CX-024414) from Moderna – 5,600 deathand 229,430 injuries to 14/08/2021

  • 4,341     Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 49 deaths
  • 6,744     Cardiac disorders incl. 614 deaths
  • 89           Congenital, familial and genetic disorders incl. 1 deaths
  • 2,916     Ear and labyrinth disorders
  • 179        Endocrine disorders incl. 1 death
  • 3,579     Eye disorders incl. 13 deaths
  • 20,063   Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 205 deaths
  • 61,894   General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 2,232 deaths
  • 372        Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 20 deaths
  • 1,926     Immune system disorders incl. 10 deaths
  • 6,597     Infections and infestations incl. 340 deaths
  • 4,944     Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 105 deaths
  • 4,556     Investigations incl. 107 deaths
  • 2,230     Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 129 deaths
  • 28,909   Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 111 deaths
  • 275        Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl cysts and polyps) incl. 29 deaths
  • 40,922   Nervous system disorders incl. 572 deaths
  • 463        Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 5 deaths
  • 46           Product issues
  • 4,510     Psychiatric disorders incl. 96 deaths
  • 1,364     Renal and urinary disorders incl. 93 deaths
  • 2,012     Reproductive system and breast disorders incl. 2 deaths
  • 10,046   Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 528 deaths
  • 12,375   Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 47 deaths
  • 966        Social circumstances incl. 20 deaths
  • 732        Surgical and medical procedures incl. 56 deaths
  • 6,380     Vascular disorders incl. 215 deaths

Total reactions for the experimental vaccine AZD1222/VAXZEVRIA (CHADOX1 NCOV-19) from Oxford/ AstraZeneca4,740 deathand 947,675 injuries to 14/08/2021

  • 11,297   Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 194 deaths
  • 15,757   Cardiac disorders incl. 550 deaths
  • 137        Congenital familial and genetic disorders incl. 3 deaths
  • 11,013   Ear and labyrinth disorders
  • 457        Endocrine disorders incl. 4 deaths
  • 16,608   Eye disorders incl. 19 deaths
  • 93,703   Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 241 deaths
  • 249,973 General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 1,166 deaths
  • 770        Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 44 deaths
  • 3,770     Immune system disorders incl. 19 deaths
  • 23,056   Infections and infestations incl. 298 deaths
  • 10,571   Injury poisoning and procedural complications incl. 130 deaths
  • 20,678   Investigations incl. 108 deaths
  • 11,336   Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 65 deaths
  • 144,069 Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 66 deaths
  • 477        Neoplasms benign malignant and unspecified (incl cysts and polyps) incl. 15 deaths
  • 198,450 Nervous system disorders incl. 755 deaths
  • 391        Pregnancy puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 9 deaths
  • 146        Product issues incl. 1 death
  • 17,784   Psychiatric disorders incl. 40 deaths
  • 3,449     Renal and urinary disorders incl. 45 deaths
  • 12,080   Reproductive system and breast disorders incl. 1 death
  • 33,058   Respiratory thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 560 deaths
  • 43,592   Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 31 deaths
  • 1,182     Social circumstances incl. 6 deaths
  • 1,040     Surgical and medical procedures incl. 21 deaths
  • 22,831   Vascular disorders incl. 349 deaths

Total reactions for the experimental COVID-19 vaccine JANSSEN (AD26.COV2.S) from Johnson & Johnson: – 810 deaths and 63,807 injuries to 14/08/2021

  • 585        Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 24 deaths
  • 988        Cardiac disorders incl. 103 deaths
  • 24           Congenital, familial and genetic disorders
  • 425        Ear and labyrinth disorders
  • 27           Endocrine disorders incl. 1 death
  • 836        Eye disorders incl. 3 deaths
  • 6,041     Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 28 deaths
  • 16,787   General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 201 deaths
  • 80           Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 7 deaths
  • 260        Immune system disorders incl. 5 deaths
  • 1,086     Infections and infestations incl. 27 deaths
  • 578        Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 11 deaths
  • 3,319     Investigations incl. 56 deaths
  • 341        Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 13 deaths
  • 10,533   Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 19 deaths
  • 26           Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl cysts and polyps) incl. 2 deaths
  • 13,528   Nervous system disorders incl. 101 deaths
  • 23           Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 1 death
  • 19           Product issues
  • 794        Psychiatric disorders incl. 9 deaths
  • 230        Renal and urinary disorders incl. 9 deaths
  • 484        Reproductive system and breast disorders incl. 3 deaths
  • 2,155     Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 64 deaths
  • 1,893     Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 3 deaths
  • 164        Social circumstances incl. 3 deaths
  • 490        Surgical and medical procedures incl. 31 deaths
  • 2,091     Vascular disorders incl. 86 deaths

*These totals are estimates based on reports submitted to EudraVigilance. Totals may be much higher based on percentage of adverse reactions that are reported. Some of these reports may also be reported to the individual country’s adverse reaction databases, such as the U.S. VAERS database and the UK Yellow Card system. The fatalities are grouped by symptoms, and some fatalities may have resulted from multiple symptoms.

More COVID Shots on the Way

In spite of all these recorded injuries and deaths, most countries around the world are now preparing to roll out a 3rd Pfizer “booster” shot, as well as authorizing the COVID shots for young children, under the age of 12.

While the alleged COVID-19 “virus” has almost NO impact on deaths among young people, tragically, we cannot say the same for the experimental shots.

August 23, 2021 Posted by | Aletho News | , | 1 Comment

Israel’s airstrikes in Syria aren’t newsworthy for Western media, as a consequence civilians continue to suffer

By Eva Bartlett | RT | August 22, 2021

Israel again illegally bombed Syria last week, violating Lebanese airspace to do so and putting at risk the lives of untold numbers of civilians. And following this, crickets in the media, again.

On Thursday, just after 11pm, Israeli missiles targeted the vicinities of Damascus and Homs, according to a statement from the Syrian army. Russia’s Reconciliation Center for Syria said Israel did so via six planes which fired 24 guided missiles at Syria.

In its attack on Syria, Israeli missiles put two passenger airplanes in Syrian and in Lebanese airspace at risk, particularly the 130 civilians and flight crew on a Middle East Airlines flight coming from Abu Dhabi to Beirut. Flight trackers show the plane abruptly changed course to avoid being targeted.

Flashback to 2018, when Israel attacked Syria using the cover of a Russian plane – whose presence was legal in Syria, having been invited by the Syrian government, contrary to the invading Israeli plane. Syrian air defense missiles responded to the threat, downing the Russian plane.

Just last month, Israel attacked Syria on multiple occasions, including during Eid al-Adha, one of the holiest times for Muslims.

The reality is that Israel’s bombings of Syria are so routine that this latest attack is hardly ‘news’ and it is hard to make it newsworthy to write about. I’ve written about such attacks before, including noting (February 2021): “Israel’s military chief of staff boasted earlier about hitting over 500 targets in just 2020 alone.”

But each attack is, in my opinion, newsworthy, because each of them affects, if not kills, civilians.

Surely, it would be newsworthy if the routine bombings of a neighboring sovereign country were committed by, say, Russia or China. The entirety of Western media and all of the internet would be livid and demanding accountability.

Israel’s pretext when bombing Syria is usually that it is, “targeting Iranian-backed fighters,” a charge gleefully reprinted in media and by sources supporting the fall of the Syrian government.

In reality, reports claim, Thursday’s bombings killed four Syrian civilians, including at least one youth.

The psychological terror

British journalist Vanessa Beeley, who lives in a heavily populated suburb on the outskirts of Damascus, tweeted of feeling the impacts of the bombings.

Now imagine all of the people in the vicinity feeling that impact, not knowing if that night they would finally be struck. That’s the thing we don’t hear much of if these attacks even make any media coverage: how they impact on civilians, even those not directly injured but terrorized by them.

I know very well of the terror of being near a site Israel has just bombed. And although I have many anecdotes from my three years of living in Gaza, one rather poignant incident involved me sleeplessly musing on the rooftop of the simple central Gazan home I lived in on a hot August 2011 night. I wrote:

“I am watching sporadic shooting stars when the first F-16 appeared from the direction of the sea. Three more follow. The roar is normal, F-16s are normal, and reading in the news the next day that some part of Gaza was bombed is normal. They continue eastward and a bombing seems imminent. It is. A thick cloud of black smoke blots the dim lights of houses in eastern Deir al Balah where the F-16s have struck.”

I went on to write about the planes attacking the city of Khan Younis to the south, and suddenly, bombing close to me.

“Two massive blasts, the house shakes. They’ve bombed somewhere near the sea, which is only a few hundred meters away. Concrete dust flutters down upon us. There is a sustained honking in Gaza that everyone recognizes as make way, we’ve got another victim here.”

And, if I may dwell on this one simple anecdote, I remarked on how the men in the house tried to appear calm and cool but, while we were all accustomed to such random bombings and either put on a brave face or genuinely stop flinching, they do still affect you deeply.

“Every time one of those f***ing F-16s flies over us, it’s a reminder of the last war, or of previous attacks, or of random bombings, or of friends and family martyred in their sleep, cars, homes… Every time those F-16s intentionally break the sound barrier to create a bomb-like sonic boom, everyone within range instinctively remembers their own personal horror at whichever Israeli war or attacks.”

I have more terrifying, all night long bombing memories, with massive bombs landing nearby, including just tens of meters away. Those were during the 2008/9 war on Gaza. With the above account, I want to emphasize how these terrors occur on any random day, but will never be heard of in the media.

But it isn’t just the already bad enough bombings. The psychological terror aspect includes the near-continuous presence of drones overhead.

After Israel’s latest bombing of Syria, I spoke with Lebanese journalist Marwa Osman. She emphasized how Israel’s violation of Lebanese airspace is an almost daily occurrence.

“All day, you can hear them [Israeli drones]. It causes a nervous breakdown for any human to keep listening to this all day. I can’t even imagine what they feel in Gaza when they have them all the time overhead.”

If you haven’t ever been under one, much less tens, of military drones, you won’t know how deeply disturbing hearing them is. It is hard to concentrate with such an ominous cacophony constantly overhead.

When in early August, in what the Israel army claimed was a “retaliation” attack, Israel fired artillery shells at the Khiam region of southern Lebanon, Osman was at her home less than one kilometer from the bombings. She spoke of the terror of her children. “I found one of them hiding under the sink, I found two of them hiding in my bedroom near the closet because they thought this was the safest place to be.”

Limited condemnations, but continued status quo?

Lebanon’s minister of defense condemned Israel’s recent attack and has, “called on the UN to deter Israel from carrying out airstrikes on Syria using Lebanese airspace.” Russia and Iran have on more than one occasion condemned the attacks, rightly noting they violate international law and Syria’s sovereignty. And of course the Syrian government condemns such attacks every time they occur.

But in spite of this, the condemnations get limited notice and the status quo continues. In a day or two, or a week or month, there will be another such Israeli attack that will, again, be deemed not newsworthy.

Eva Bartlett is a Canadian independent journalist and activist. She has spent years on the ground covering conflict zones in the Middle East, especially in Syria and Palestine (where she lived for nearly four years).

August 23, 2021 Posted by | Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism, Militarism, War Crimes | , , | 10 Comments

Palestinian organizer and former prisoner Ghassan Zawahreh seized by Israeli occupation forces

Ghassan Zawahreh
Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network | August 20, 2021

Ghassan Zawahreh, Palestinian former prisoner and longtime struggler for justice, was seized from his home in Dheisheh refugee camp by Israeli occupation forces in the pre-dawn hours of 19 August 2021. Zawahreh has been repeatedly detained since 2002, when he was only 14 years old. He was last released from Israeli occupation prisons on 4 March 2021 after 28 months jailed without charge or trial under administrative detention. Almost every time he is released, he may spend only a few months with his family and community before being ripped away once again for arbitrary imprisonment with no charge or trial.

During his last detention, Zawahreh highlighted the injustice of administrative detention, announcing his boycott of the military courts: “Administrative detention is a heinous crime for the ages. What is even more criminal is the occupation’s attempts to mislead through mock courts and charades where the executioner and the ruler, dressed up in military suits, represent the Occupation and its crimes.”

He has spent nearly 16 years in total in Israeli prisons; his brother Moataz Zawahreh was murdered by Israeli occupation forces as he participated in a popular protest in Bethlehem in 2015. Moataz had actually returned home to Palestine from where he was studying in France to support Ghassan, who was engaged in a long-term hunger strike against his imprisonment without charge or trial. He won his release in December 2015, only to be seized again by occupation forces seven months later.

Ghassan Zawahreh mourns his brother after his release in 2015

He was in his last year of studies in social work at the Open University of Jerusalem when he was arrested in 2008, and has been prevented from completing his studies through multiple arrests.

He is well-known in the camp as a community activist and volunteer in popular programs that provide social services to people in the camp. He worked as a taxi driver in order to support his family, on the Bethlehem-Ramallah road.

Administrative detention was first used in Palestine by the British colonial mandate and then adopted by the Zionist regime; it is now used routinely to target Palestinians, especially community leaders, activists, and influential people in their towns, camps and villages.

There are currently approximately 550 Palestinians jailed without charge or trial under administrative detention, out of 4,750 Palestinian political prisoners. These orders are issued by the military and approved by military courts on the basis of “secret evidence”, denied to both Palestinian detainees and their attorneys. Issued for up to six months at a time, they are indefinitely renewable, and Palestinians — including minor children — can spend years jailed without charge or trial under administrative detention. There are currently nine Palestinians on hunger strike to end administrative detention without charge or trial.

Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network demands the immediate release of Ghassan Zawahreh, dedicated struggler for Palestine and leading political prisoner repeatedly attacked by Israeli occupation forces, and all of his fellow Palestinian political prisoners. We are committed to organize, struggle and work to achieve the liberation of Palestinian prisoners, and the liberation of Palestine from the river to the sea.

August 23, 2021 Posted by | Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism, Solidarity and Activism, Subjugation - Torture | , , , | 1 Comment