Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Known Expected Short-Term Harms From the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine

Denis Rancourt adds:

Bad enough, but: What would have been found by a transparent independent study? What about after seven days? What about real-world health of subjects?

So, 5% of some one billion people could suffer at least this much harm, who mostly will not be as healthy to start as these subjects, and who will not be followed as carefully post-vaccination. Pure madness.



  1. What the public should find frightening about these mRNA vaccines (if the media was doing their job to inform), is that not only were they fast-tracked through development, but they also are an entirely new class of vaccine that work differently from traditional vaccines.

    These mRNA vaccines are a bit like viruses in that they inject mRNA into your cells and reprogram them to produce proteins you'd find on a virus (to stimulate an immune response). Since these are a new class of vaccine, both the medium and long-term side effects are unknown. This is especially concerning when combined with the nature of how they operate.

  2. The two paragraphs apparently from a Pfizer report are rather confusing. It talks about "systemic adverse reactions...usually lasting a few days." Than it talks about "the most common solicited adverse reactions." Than they mention just "adverse reactions...generally mild to moderate." Than it moves on to "hypersensitivity-related adverse events" reported at just .6%. Next is "severe adverse reactions occurred in 0.0-4.6% of participants." Five distinct types of reactions without defining any one of them. Are some of these percentages of one distinct type or are they all percentages of total participants? Seems useless without more information.

  3. This for a vaccine that not only the long term safety is completely unknown but its immediate effectiveness has been exaggerated:

    “Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech previously reported the shots appear 95% effective at preventing mild to severe COVID-19 disease in a large, ongoing study. That's based on the first 170 infections detected. Only eight of the infections were among volunteers given the real vaccine while the rest had received a dummy shot.” https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/12/bill-sardi/covid-19-vaccination-the-big-ifs/

    And like its long term safety its long term effectiveness is completely unknown.

    “The so-called life saving vaccines will be used to quell a viral pandemic that official counts show 281,000 Americans have died from as of the first week of December 2020, which amounts to 0.00084% or 8.4 deaths in 10,000, of which 94% are deaths from other diseases counted as COVID-19…” https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/12/bill-sardi/covid-19-vaccination-the-big-ifs/

  4. Wrong link for first quote. Here's the correct one: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/pfizer-vaccine-effectiveness-fda-details/

  5. FDA Safety Surveillance of COVID-19 Vaccines : DRAFT Working list of possible adverse event outcomes***Subject to change***
    Guillain-Barré syndrome
    Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis
    Transverse myelitis
    Encephalitis/myelitis/encephalomyelitis/ meningoencephalitis/meningitis/ encepholapathy
    Narcolepsy and cataplexy
    Acute myocardial infarction
    Autoimmune disease
    Pregnancy and birth outcomes
    Other acute demyelinating diseases
    Non-anaphylactic allergic reactions
    Disseminated intravascular coagulation
    Venous thromboembolism
    Arthritis and arthralgia/joint pain
    Kawasaki disease
    Multisystem I nflammatory Syndrome in Children
    Vaccine enhanced disease

  6. And all only to reduce symptoms for a virus in which 80% are asymptomatic. So basically the vaccine does not prevent infection and is only shown to reduce symptoms, but on the flip side causes a whole host of ill effects in 10-15% of those that receive it. These symptoms are severe enough that trial administrators were concerned about people not coming in for the second shot due to feeling bad after receiving the first one. They are recommending you take a day off of work after receiving your second dose. No thanks.

  7. So, I have a choice (I think) of taking the vaccine and thereby purposely exposing myself to a < 1% risk of serious harm or death. Versus not purposely taking the vaccine, and opting for the possibility of not getting Covid-19, but if I do get it, facing a < 1% risk of serious harm or death.