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Re: Why Did ASTRA ZENECA change name to Vaxzevria?

Posted by alexandra_k on April 13, 2021, at 17:30:37

In reply to Re: Why Did ASTRA ZENECA change name to Vaxzevria?, posted by alexandra_k on April 12, 2021, at 23:24:03

I see J&J vaccine delievery has been halted with less than 1 per million having the clotting thing.

They say 'it is a weird clotting thing and the ususal treatment for clots isn't effective'.


They said... *MONTHS* ago that it was like Heparin induced thrombocytopenia which is a known thing where platelets activate causing clots and then platelets are removed or all tied up so the person starts to bleed out (thrombo means thrombosis meant clot and cytopenia means too few cells in this case platelets).

They said... *MONTHS*** ago... really really really early on it was like Kawasaki disease but in adults. Kawasaki disease is a bit of a weird hodge podge but the main treatment for it seems to be what unites it. Aspirin. It's weird because normally or usually you don't give aspirin to children because of the risk of them developing Reyes syndrome...

So why halt the J&J vaccine?

NZ is getting around to banning live animal exports.

Overseas places like their meat really really really really really really really fresh so we export them live so the meat arrives really really fresh. the conditions on the ships are appalling. Every occasionally something goes wrong and thousands upon thousands of cattle drown horrible deaths...

My question is...

They say that thrombosis is something that happens generally in the general population. ANd to start with they thought that the cases of it that they were finding in people who had had AstraZenica vaccine was no more than would usually be the case in the population.

But then... So... Why aren't there any cases being reported with the mRNA vaccines then? Are the mRNA vaccines having this wonderfully fortuitous side effect of preventing thrombosis across the board? Really? Without increasing the risk of spontaneously bleeding?

That really doesn't seem likely.

So there should be people with thrombotic events who have been given mRNA vaccines.

Why aren't they being reported?

That suggests very very strongly dodgey reporting of stats in the mRNA vaccines. That they aren't saying how manhy of their peopel they are finding with clots.

If there weren't any it would be a miracle.




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