• Crazy Horse

This is an update to earlier videos showing how to access and download data from the FDA's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) web site.


This video was removed from YouTube with a strike against my channel for "medical misinformation," which is incredible since it literally details information from the FDA's own web site.

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I'm responding to @robkhenderson article in Quillette, November 2019, in which the author, Rob Henderson, states:

"I realized that luxury beliefs have become fashionable status symbols. Luxury beliefs are ideas and opinions that confer status on the rich at very little cost, while taking a toll on the lower class. In the past, people displayed their membership of the upper class with their material accoutrements. But today, luxury goods are more affordable than before. And people are less likely to receive validation for the material items they display. This is a problem for the affluent, who still want to broadcast their high social position. But they have come up with a clever solution. The affluent have decoupled social status from goods, and re-attached it to beliefs.

Beliefs are now the coin of the realm to display one's social status. I agree completely with Rob Henderson's position. It goes a long way to explaining why we are inundated with fashionable, yet often counter-intuitive and counter-productive trendy belief systems, which emanate from the elite Northeastern universities and seem to infect the rest of society as a whole.

This article opened a door in my mind, which helped me to understand some of my friends, who attended Ivy League (and non-Ivy League) institutions.

I couldn't quite fathom their dogmatic adherence to the latest Leftist belief system coming out of Academia. I knew I was missing something, and that something is that the belief system confers social status on the believers in a way that I could not conceive, having not been privy to it.

Rob's article focuses on the damage this trickle-down of fashionable beliefs does to the non-elite classes as they try to emulate the belief system a la mode, but he spends less time focusing on how these obtuse belief systems wreak havoc on society by their inherent stupidity. The author touches on it in the last paragraph, where he quotes Thomas Sowell, who speaking on elite activism, stated that activism is “a way for useless people to feel important, even if the consequences of their activism are counterproductive for those they claim to be helping and damaging to the fabric of society as a whole.”

I would posit this to be the more destructive force than the trickle-down effect: that the ‘fashionable’ belief system is inherently destructive, a fact which is irrelevant to the social status virtue signalers, who just need a fresh belief system every season regardless of its merit or destructiveness. This and the fact that the morals and beliefs are constantly rotating in and out of fashion to keep their freshness does as much damage, if not more, than the non-elites inability to absorb the negative consequences of acting out these beliefs, but it’s probably a photo-finish as to which is worse. Nevertheless, we’re evidently stuck with both.

Ironically, most of the comments I've seen on a post about this article engage in arguing the benefits vs. costs of the latest fashionable beliefs, thereby proving Rob's point and encouraging the problem, while at the same time, fully missing the point.

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This is tragic and sad, and I feel for her and her baby.

"Further, according to Section 10.4.2 of the Pfizer BioNTech trial protocol, pregnant women or women who may become pregnant should not take the mRNA shots. Section 10.4.1 also warns men taking the mRNA shots to “be abstinent from heterosexual intercourse” and to not donate sperm." Quoted from this article, here, https://thecovidblog.com/2021/02/07/sara-beltran-ponce-wisconsin-resident-doctor-has-miscarriage-days-after-covid-vaccine/

As it clearly states in the "trial protocol," this is a drug trial of a new and unproven mRNA technology, which has not been used in clinical, controlled trials on animals or humans - until now.

If you are queuing up for this injection, you are taking part in the trial, and you are not being fully informed of that fact. As I outlined in detail on my recent vlog post, you are also not being fully informed of all of the possible side effect and adverse event outcomes, of which the FDA has informed the medical community and required them by law to report to the VEARS web site - Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, here, https://vaers.hhs.gov/data.html

The consent form you are signing lists a fraction of the adverse events the FDA expects could result from both trial injections. More on that at my vlog, here, https://youtu.be/VLKRQRV1cqU

Here is the Inova Consent Form on the left vs. the FDA "List of possible adverse event outcomes"

Nowhere on the Inova consent form does it list GB Syndrome, Encephalitis (swelling of the brain and spinal cord), Convulsions, Seizures, Acute Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack), Thrombocytopenia (Blood platelet destruction) or Death.

Yes, Death.

The FDA recognizes Death as a "possible adverse event outcome."

All clinics, hospitals and nursing homes are required by law to report any adverse outcomes to the FDA's web site, where you can download the data, here, https://vaers.hhs.gov/data.html

In case you're interested, as of February 5th, the most recent data that is available for download, there have been nearly 3000 adverse events reported, 456 of which have resulted in death. In all age groups from newborn babies to the elderly and everything in between.


And still you line up:

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