The Lights all went out in Massachusetts

March, 31, 2022 | 13 Comments


  1. I don’t know why you give Carole Allen such a hard time.

    The NEJM publication of the Pfizer covid vaccine trial
    is very specific on the subject of the data.

    “All the trial data were available to all the authors, who vouch for its accuracy and completeness.”

    I realise that having 29 authors is rather oxymoronic, but from this I can only assume that they, and possibly the ghost writer in New Zealand, had access to all the data.

    • We know that Eric is on notice that his publications are flawed in respect of the harms data. But he apparently doesn’t care about harms. All he seems to see is the NEJM icebreaker pushing through the ice of ignorance about vaccine efficacy making the world a better place for all of us. The publication of the Pfizer trial looks like key step in the road to mandates. So there is a lot at stake/

      I’m hoping that Dr Allen who has been very concerned about harms in the past is interested to grasp this nettle but I’m not holding my breath.


  2. DATA – “I asked my children…


    2 h

    In this audio interview, the editors discuss a new study of vaccination in 5-to-18-year-olds and what may be a definitive study of ivermectin therapy for Covid-19.

    Effectiveness of Covid-19 Vaccination in Children
    Supplement to the N Engl J Med 2022; 386:e39

    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal.

    So, Steve, it’s always a challenging question as we think about our own health and the health of our loved ones but in the setting where we think about our children – how we weigh side effects versus illness and I think the side effects we have seen from vaccination, even in children, is extremely rare and so in my own reflection on this the risk of a one in a million or very rare side effect be it –

    When I asked my children this question…..and I think that reflects what the benefits of vaccines are –

    Short and Sweet…

    • Just listened to the Rubin Baden talk and thought BS. All of my family went and got the vax and many of them have now had some flu type situation and ‘tested’ ‘positive’ for Covid.

      I didn’t get any vax and will resist any in the future. A few weeks ago for a few days, I had strong flu like symptoms which came on very quickly – strong aching pains in my body and face along with a temperature. Within three days the aches and pains went and I just had a slightly raised temperature for a few weeks there after. No idea if it was Covid, I was more concerned about it affecting my sleep, which could have been a way back into psych hell. Psychiatrists, psych ‘nurses’ and their drugs scare the hell out of me, Covid with all the massive hype never has .

  3. Can you discuss how the PREP Act factors into all of this? Could this evidence of fraud invalidate the legal immunity given to drug manufacturers?

    • Going back to Sackler

      Chairwoman Maloney’s Opening Statement re The Sackler Act

      “The department of justice has been complicit in devising this plan that let the Sackler’s off the hook”


      Hearing before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform
      June 8, 2021

      “Fourteen years ago, in 2007, at a hearing much like this, Arlen Specter, the late Republican senator from Pennsylvania, made a remark that I often think about. Purdue had recently pled guilty to federal criminal charges of misbranding OxyContin. Three executives pled to misdemeanors, in order to insulate the Sacklers from scrutiny. As one top family lawyer, Stuart Baker, said at the time, the highest priority was “to protect the family” at all costs. 1 Nobody went to jail. The company paid a $600 million fine, and Arlen Specter remarked that to him, this did not seem like justice. The Sacklers were making billions pushing Oxy. Would a speeding ticket be enough to change their behavior? Specter didn’t think so. He worried that for a company like Purdue, a fine—even a big one—is simply “an expensive license for criminal misconduct.”2

      It was the work of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and her staff who really pressed home on this addictive horror. When people in such authority finally realise what is happening with ‘vaccines’, can only hope they realise how important The Sackler Act will be for the future which is really right now, still going on.

  4. I have some good news. At a large hospital in my metro, the ICU is devoid of covid patients. We suspect that they have managed to kill off the last one at the close of the winter ILI season.

  5. For very many years, I would try to find time to get to our hospital Medical Library to regularly scan the New England Journal of Medicine. Papers relevant to my work were selected and read in detail. (Pre-internet).
    ‘The Lights Went Out In Massachusetts’ leaves me hoping that the criteria for publication in those days justified my ‘brand loyalty’.

  6. “Those who manage health services are likely to think doctors are an expensive way to do a job that could be done by nurses and pharmacists. This is already happening.”

    It sounds as if you are describing what is happening to higher education. I have been teaching for twenty-nine years, and all this time there has been constant pressure to miniaturize my role — more McDonaldization, more micromanagement and control by technology. I am flabbergasted that my professional colleagues cannot seem to see where all this is going. If our role is going to be shrunk to providing the voice-over for a PowerPoint presentation manufactured by a gigantic corporation, I’d say we’re not needed at all — especially in the era of the Information Highway.

  7. Your roll call of severely injured trial participants is not complete without Olivia Camron. She enrolled in the US for the Moderna trial, had her first jab in August 2020, and has suffered multiple serious ongoing health problems from that day to this. And now she has been diagnosed with Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, a rare cancer almost certainly caused by the 2 jabs. Is this an early indication of the type of long-term harm we can expect to see cropping up? Needless to say that Moderna has not kept track of her injuries. See her YouTube channel here:

  8. Tory MP accuses Government of vaccine damage cover-up

    By Mark Sharman

    April 1, 2022

    ‘Those who were in perfect health before their vaccine have encountered too much ignorance and scepticism when seeking medical help. For some, their general practitioner has refused to engage, to the extent that they are made to feel gaslighted, with their physical pain being dismissed or explained away as mental illness. How insulting and humiliating is that and how at odds with the principles of the national health service?

    ‘There is much public concern that the Government are going to use lack of proven causation as an excuse for not making payments under the scheme. Should the test therefore not be whether there is any other reasonable explanation for the disablement or death suffered?

    British MP: Scale of COVID Vaccine Damage A Nightmare

    Watch Christchurch MP Christopher Chope calling for transparency regarding the COVID-19 vaccines below.

    The House of Commons speaker responded by saying Sir Christopher was “normally better than than” and calling it a “poor effort”


    Ed Free Thinker & Oracle

    Brook Jackson  

    Pfizer, Ventavia & ICON have all been served! Response to the complaint due Apr 6th. Here come the motions to dismiss!

    Btw, Ventavia wants to settle w/me, but only if they can be removed as defendants & I agree to a gag order.

    I agree that they can kiss my ass! Criminals!

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