2/2 Substacks concerning the failures of medicine, COVID-19, quasi-vaccines and their effectiveness and ill effects
. . . still more great analysis, but not enough hours in the day . . .
Continued from part 1: nutritionmatters.substack.com/p/12-substacks-concerning-the-failures.
Walter M. Chestnut
Vermont, USA based Walter M. Chestnut has an extensive website of medical hypotheses: wmcresearch.org. Since about March, on his Substack, he has been pursuing the hypothesis that the SARS-CoV-2 viral spike protein (from the virus, mRNA / adenovirus vector quasi-vaccines or I guess the actual vaccine from Novavax) causes the development of amyloid plaques/fibrils, and so does a great deal of damage. He cites many peer-reviewed research articles.
I have not evaluated this. Jessica Rose seems to support it, but Brian Mowrey has a critique. This is all good scientific exchange, at a faster pace than is possible with peer-reviewed journal articles, and with public discussions with comments.
There is a non-peer-reviewed article which seems relevant to this hypothesis:
Towards the emergence of a new form of the neurodegenerative Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: Twenty six cases of CJD declared a few days after a COVID-19 “vaccine” Jab
by three authors:
Jean Claude Perez PhD, whose research articles are not in peer-reviewed articles: orcid.org/0000-0001-6446-2042.
Claire Moret-Chalmin, neurologist with no recent peer-reviewed articles (Researchgate).
Luc Montagnier (R.I.P) [WP] Nobel Prize winning virologist, who died in February 2022
which reports on 26 cases of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, with an average (Fig 34) 11.4 day delay in onset of symptoms after injection with a COVID-19 quasi-vaccine, mainly Pfizer but of which three were AstraZeneca.
If these observations are real, then this constitutes alarming evidence for these quasi-vaccines causing this typically fatal prion disease. I can’t evaluate the veracity of the arguments or observations. Articles such as this should not be ignored - nor assumed to be valid.
Detailed analysis, including of statistics, with new tables and graphs, of various COVID-19 related matters, especially the Unites States VAERS vaccine adverse effects reporting system.
Jessica Rose has several biochemical qualifications (I can’t find the link, but her CV is extensive) and collaborates with other researchers in writing articles for peer-reviewed journals. She is planning on writing such an article regarding what is generally regarded as myocarditis actually being amyloidosis: jessicar.substack.com/p/i-dont-think-its-myocarditis-i-think .
In November 21 she wrote about the rising number of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease reports in VAERS (most recently, 2022-06-07: 42 reports): jessicar.substack.com/p/prion-diseases-are-no-joke. Also, 2022-06-10: jessicar.substack.com/p/rsfiedllfnkv-are-we-looking-at-weaponized.
el gato mato (bad cattitude)
This is written by a kitten who has not yet learned to operate the Shift key - so the articles are all lower case, but with proper punctuation. Some are frivolous but enough are serious that this Substack is one of the most popular in this field.
For instance, this 2022-06-10 article:
explores the idea (first suggested by Igor Chudov) that the most recent Omicron variants, BA.4 and BA.5, cause more severe disease in those who have been quasi-vaccinated. The argument is that these variants caused less hospitalisation in South Africa and a lot more in the UK and other northern European countries which have high levels of vaccination.
The fact that there is increasing hospitalisation in the UK, at this time of year, when 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels are rising rapidly towards their late summer peak, is a real concern. See my comment regarding this.
There is a general problem with most medical doctors not thinking much or at all about vitamin D and the immune system. Despite my efforts, the same is true of almost everyone who is fussing over the COVID-19 response, quasi-vaccines etc.
I eventually did get Steve Kirsch’s attention on vitamin D, but as far as I know, he is yet to write anything about it.
I think that el gato mato’s 2020-06-20 article was where I first read about the Israeli sperm count and motility study, in which the apparently severe drop in some men was obscured by the use of median [WP] rather than average in the analysis.
Global Aviation Advocacy Coalition
I will write more about this in a subsequent article. Their primary concern is vaccine injury and potential death of pilots, with obvious further dangers if they are flying commercial airliners.
In May 2021, Michael Capuzzo wrote a brilliant article about ivermectin, The Drug that Cracked COVID: covid19criticalcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/The-Drug-that-Cracked-Covid-by-Michael-Capuzzo.pdf
With his own articles and frequently those written by guests, such as Peter and Ginger Breggin, he continues this great work, regarding vaccine injury and the corruption of medicine: rescue.substack.com/p/the-global-kidnapping-of-american and rescue.substack.com/p/covid-rivals-all-the-horrors-of-history
There are no-doubt other such websites - please mention them in the Comments below.
There’s more to Substack than COVID-19 etc. Here are some other Substacks which you may find interesting:
I really value the analysis and reporting of social and political matters by Matt Taibbi taibbi.substack.com. In 2010 he described Goldman Sachs as “a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money”. He recently described a journalist as a “humorously dependable wrongness-barnacle”. So who we gonna call when we need a name for the great morass of incompetence, corruption and at times vandalistic action or inaction which has got much of Medicine in its grip?
Bari Weiss and her guests write what I regard as good commentary and reporting on social and political matters. Her Substack has its own domain name: www.commonsense.news.
If you get frustrated - as Tina and I often do - with the general lack of nuance in the world today, you may find Mary Gaitskill’s Out of It Substack marygaitskill.substack.com a place to reflect and connect.