Vaccine Roulette

In the following video a French doctor named Martin Blachier discusses the publicly acknowledged adverse effects — such as myocarditis and pericarditis — of the experimental mRNA “vaccine” against COVID-19, and the fact that it is widely accepted that the incidence of such events is significantly under-reported.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   Another thing I’d like to say is: there are cases of severe adverse reaction with this vaccine.
00:05   Everyone is saying it. So it’s not being hidden. There’s myocarditis,
00:10   pericarditis and facial paralysis. We know that and it has been admitted
00:15   by European, American and French medical agencies. No one is saying there aren’t
00:20   severe adverse reactions. You can find them. Even those that are declared are far fewer
00:25   than the actual number of cases that exist, because not every case is declared.
00:30   That’s just the reality. No one has ever tried to hide that. — So we’re back to benefit vs. risk
00:35   in these cases. —Still, it’s somewhat hidden —There are just a few,
00:40   perhaps a dozen reported to the ASN. Voilà! Extremely few.
00:45   Then people say that not all cases are being reported. It’s true. We know that
00:48   in pharmacovigilance, not all are reported. There’s a ratio of 1 to 10 or even 1 to 100!

One thought on “Vaccine Roulette

  1. Dr John Campbell has a video which discusses the possibility of side effects being caused by vaccine going into the blood vessel rather than the tissue and what happens. Dr Pieter Gaillard agrees some of these problems are from the bodies reaction to these particles rushing into the blood stream and the body over reacting. Also no study of where these particles go and what they do when they get to random places where they shouldn’t be. The data for vaccine approval does not cover what happens if it doesn’t go into tissue.
    This video discusses what happens when it is in the blood stream and not muscle.
    Dr Pieter Gaillard’s specialty is researching and building particles which can cross the blood brain barrier so they can be delivered to the brain. The blood brain barrier normally protects the brain from harmful things attacking it.

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