According to the most recent estimate I read, about 40% of the American public has been “vaccinated” against COVID-19. My own personal experience is somewhat different — about 70% of my friends and family have taken the jab. To date, none of them has reported any significant adverse reactions, thank the Lord.
I don’t trust any government statistics about the negative effects of the experimental mRNA treatments that are commonly known as “vaccines”. Fed.gov (and its State.gov vassals) have been pushing the vax so hard, and spending so much money only glitzy advertising campaigns for it, that they’re hardly likely to come clean about any nasty sequelae. Besides, the government has been blatantly lying about so many things in recent years — why would anyone believe their stats?
That leaves us with anecdotal evidence, plus a patchwork of data gathered by researchers who receive no funding from governments or major institutions. The video below and the two articles following it provide some samples from that unofficial and anecdotal data.
Peter McCullough MD is a consultant cardiologist and Vice Chief of Medicine at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Below are some excerpts from a recent interview with him.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:
The following two articles were translated by Hellequin GB. The first is from the German-language service of RT:
Pharmaceutical entrepreneur does not want to be vaccinated against Corona: “Do not want to falsify my DNA”
For fear of a possible “falsification” of his DNA, the managing director of the largest Greek pharmaceutical company Vianex does not want to be vaccinated against Corona. He is not alone in this — both proponents and opponents of vaccination are enjoying a media controversy, while the Greek government has already introduced compulsory vaccination for the first professional groups.
Dimitris Giannakopoulos is from one of the best-known pharmaceutical companies in Greece. He is the managing director of the largest Greek pharmaceutical company, Vianex, which was founded by his father. Last week Giannakopoulos said in an Instagram post that he would not be vaccinated against COVID-19. As arguments he listed the extremely shortened development time of the vaccine and the resulting risks. For him, however, something else is decisive:
“A lot of people ask me if I’ve been vaccinated and with which vaccine. No, I haven’t gotten vaccinated and I won’t get vaccinated. Not because I’m afraid of the side effects, but because I don’t want to adulterate my DNA.”
According to the news magazine Telepolis, Giannakopoulos was referring to the mRNA vaccines. But he did not provide any further explanation.
Giannakopoulos’ company Vianex is one of the largest employers in Greece, with over 1,000 employees. According to Telepolis, the company maintains contacts with other pharmaceutical giants such as Merck & Co, Sanofi and Takeda, it exports medicines to over 35 countries, including Germany, and is recognized by the WHO as a pharmaceutical company.
In addition to Vianex, Giannakopoulos holds 50 percent of the shares in the nutritional supplement manufacturer Superfoods SA. This company sells food and alternative medicine preparations. Giannakopoulos is also the owner of the Panathinaikos AO basketball club.
There is a controversy going on in Greece about vaccinating or not vaccinating. For example, the former Vice Health Minister of the Syriza government, Pavlos Polakis, engaged in a public debate in the media with the pulmonologist and intensive care doctor Theodoros Vasilakopoulos. While Vasilakopoulos demanded extensive privileges for vaccinated people, Polakis came up with the argument that these were a punishment for the unvaccinated and for people who could not tolerate the vaccination.
According to Telepolis, fire and rescue workers were the first professional group in Greece to be vaccinated. The employees either have to be vaccinated or can receive their discharge papers.
A translated German-language article from Telegra.ph: