General Assembly Meeting #47 | July 4, 2022
On Monday, July 4 at General Assembly Meeting #47 we heard the latest updates on VAERS data from Dr. Jessica Rose, more about declining fertility rates with Christof Plothe, DO, and learned what mRNA injections are doing to the world of microbes with Paula Jardine.
- Dr. Jessica Rose (Canada): VAERS Data for Fertility and Pregnancy
- Christof Plothe, DO (Germany): The Next Safety Signal of the Covid-19 Vaccines: The Emerging Fertility Decline
- Paula Jardine (USA): mRNA Vaccines and the War on Microbes
No video controls. Waste of time. Use a better system
Thank you for this presentation. It was lengthy and I was initially interested in viewing only Jessica Rose’s presentation. I put my cursor underneath the video and, without clicking, dragged to the right, viewing the mini pictures which appeared. When I saw Jessica Rose’s mini picture I clicked. The video began to play at the beginning of her presentation. Her presentation was excellent although it exposed very bad news for the health of those who have been injected with Covid vaccines. I pray that this information would be spread far and wide so that these injections would be stopped as soon as possible. Thank you so much for you efforts to this end.
As a Canadian, I’m hoping to hear Jessica’s take on today’s announcement by Health Canada, granting approval for the Moderna Spikevax for babies 6 months old to children up to 5 years old.
To quote the misinformation “After a thorough and independent scientific review of the evidence, Health Canada has determined that the benefits of this vaccine for children between six months and five years of age outweigh the potential risks.”
I note the misplacement of “potential” before “risks” instead of “benefits”.)
It is interesting that the gentleman who commented negatively at the end, put no responsibility on the CDC, the FDA, and health authorities for not collecting Data appropriately but blamed the people using what data is available. That made me think that he has a very strong bias.
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