Shipwreck of the Singular was written before before Covid landed and published just as the vaccines began to roll out.
It’s central messages are that
On the first point, this week the CDC has reported that American Life Expectancy is tumbling – with Americans depending on what you read now having life expectancies last seen in 2003 or 1996 depending on which figures you pick.
On the third point, very unusually, this week, the New York Times and New York Post carried articles about how we are poisoning our children and especially teenagers with psychopolypharmacy. Both the Democrats and Republicans agree on what is also the central message of Children of the Cure.
On the second point there have also been developments.
Bri Dressen flagged up an Indian Supreme Court decision to consider issues surrounding the cases of two young women in India whose deaths have been linked to the Astra-Zeneca vaccine.
One of the cases is Karunya Govindam who featured in the Cause and Effect forum some months ago – See Karunya Come Home.
There are ongoing events in Buenos Aires. Augusto continues to chase the President of the Republic and all other bodies. At present though, its not possible to put definite shape on what is happening there.
I-Trials remains a key piece of the jigsaw. Why would it park USD $91 million across the Rio de la Plata in Uruguay?
Some of the developments in the last few weeks have already appeared in comments.
For anyone who wants to see Augusto tell his story in English, along with Bri Dressen, Olivia Tesinar, who had the Moderna Vaccine, and Stephanie de Garay who tells Maddies’ Story. These videos are available on React19 – Here.
Yesterday, a paper widely circulated as a preprint, written by Peter Doshi and colleagues, Fraiman et al, was published in Vaccine. From the start, Peter has perhaps done more than anyone to counter the Master Narrative sold by the media, Governments and academia.
The first bit of news is that a mainstream journal agreed to publish this paper which is so much at odds with the Master Narrative.
The paper has a stellar cast of authors but even this would not these days enable an article with the conclusion that in the mRNA trials double the number of people with adverse events from the vaccines ended up in hospital compared with those being hospitalized for Covid.
If the point was to reduce the burden on health services these trials did not show that.
A week earlier there had been a startling piece of news from Israel claiming that the Israeli Ministry of Health had underplayed the risks from the Pfizer vaccine despite being warned of these risks by some experts. The ignored expert views potentially open up the Israeli government to legal actions by those harmed. See Article Here.
At almost the same time, an article on Vaccine Censorship by Israeli researchers including Josh Guetzkow and colleagues appeared outlining the difficulties in getting a piece published that runs counter to the master narrative.
Finally, there is an extended interview with Brook Jackson and others on Rounding the Earth, a forum set up by Matthew Crawford. Warner Mendenhall, one of the lawyers in her Qui Tam case was also there and made some striking posts.
Mendenhall downplayed the chances of success in this case. Very few Qui Tam cases succeed. But in this case, there is an extra factor. The hit to Pfizer should they lose could be of the order of $3.4 Trillion. This is by several orders of magnitude the largest corporate legal case ever filed.
The fourth point still applies. While the above developments hold out fragments of hope that the injured may get recognition and decent treatment, the RSV bandwagon , outlined in Yellow Peril, continues to gather pace. This will need another post, but the shape of this post remains uncertain.
Some months ago several Baronnesses contributed to a debate in the British House of Lords claiming how awful RSV is to children and older adults and how something desperately needs doing in order to prevent the NHS collapsing – see RSV Hansard
Meanwhile Pfizer, as they did with their Covid vaccine, have press-released apparently great results from their RSV trial but not everyone is convinced they are as good as claimed.