How many people, all around the world, have been sidelined by "vaccination," without it having killed them outright (yet)?
Mark, you're doing a stellar job in your coverage of this. Serious kudos.
Pierre Kory cited your work on his substack today.
I think increasing numbers of people are catching on.
We've had 3 "non work related illnesses" requiring an ambulance in the last 2 weeks
Did you already see this: Three (!?) young/mid-age male MDs dropped dead in one week (?!) at one Toronto hospital. It seems so incredible that the info needs to be rechecked. I saw it via the Vaccine Choice Canada Telegram, which showed the hospital's own announcements.
I had a myxoma. Mine was on the left side of my chest growing through the minor and major pectoral muscles. I guess it could have gotten into my heart if it had not been removed. It was removed in 1998. Part of the major and all of the minor pectoral muscles were removed.
AH, i see, now we are the (not) heroes of their demolition of us....thank you again Mark, the patterns are unmistakeable to us who have navigated this river for years now.......when you lay it out like this...
There’re two possibilities; either:
A) all of the above mentioned people pissed off The Clintons….
B) The shots are bad and need to be taken off the market.
I don’t disagree, however, it isn’t “game over” yet. If you think it is, you’ve given up. A group of globalists may develop rifts. Even in China there are competing power interests. The resetters want to collapse everything in order to reform it to their liking, but the form may not gel as they would like.
aphasia? suddenly wondering if bruce willis was 'vaccinated.'
Tom Arnold - stroke.
Laugh-In and The Carol Burnett Show were a little before my time but whenever I'd catch the reruns - which were often in the 80s - it was hilarious to watch. Tim Conway and Harvey Korman would leave me in stitches.
None of them have covid, so at least admit the C19 vaccines are working.
Thanks Mark, great posts, and these are the ones that got coverage. Truly horrific
You struck a chord with me from the start, Mark. All distressing...but the PPA case especially caught my attention. In my 30 years as a speech- language pathologist, I've evaluated a handful of people with the diagnosis. All heartbreaking...family education emphasis with ongoing worsening of condition following. It wipes out one's communication abilities first. One patient, years ago told me he wouldn't wish aphasia ( in general) on his worst enemy. Communicating was this playwright's life...
Learned from an acquaintance that she was diagnosed with https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/takayasus-arteritis/symptoms-causes/syc-20351335 after having opened heart surgery and suffering a stroke during the operation. She was in the hospital for two months, one month in a coma. Not sure of her status but her husband is a doctor so...