mRNA vaccines and Myopericarditis

Some time ago, I posted about the need to aspirate the needle before injecting with AstraZeneca vaccine. When I finally had my first jab of AZ, I asked the nurse to aspirate the needle, and that simple change helped my nerves a lot.

Now, there’s proof that not aspirating the needle before injecting mRNA vaccines can cause myopericarditis, which is a rare but known side-effect of mRNA vaccines such as Pfizer and Moderna.

Rather than trying to explain the research myself, please watch this video in which Dr John Campbell explains the terms, the research and the results:

I know a lot of you have already had both doses of whichever vaccine was available. But…it’s pretty obvious that we’re going to need booster shots fairly soon. That means you will once again be at the whim of fate.

The number of people unfortunate enough to develop myopericarditis is small, but it is real so, when it’s your turn for a booster…go to your GP and ASK for the needle to be aspirated. For your health and peace of mind.

cheers,
Meeks

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24 responses to “mRNA vaccines and Myopericarditis

  • thecovidpilot

    So the covid vaccines don’t prevent transmission, but we all have to get vaccinated to stop the spread? And vaccine passports to boot?

    The policy makers are bonkers. Absolute bonkers. Along with most of the medical community that push vaccines and don’t use their critical thinking skills.

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    • acflory

      Um no. The Covid vaccines do prevent transmission, but that protection wears off. Their original purpose was to 1. prevent serious disease, and 2. reduce the likelihood of death. Preventing transmission was icing on the cake. The way my critical thinking goes, 2.75 out of 3 ain’t bad. !. and 2. protect you. 3 is for /my/ protection. I’m not sure what’s bonkers about that. Do you want to die? Or spend weeks hooked up to a ventilator? Or do you object to protecting someone other than yourself?

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      • thecovidpilot

        The EUA was based on preventing transmission. The protection against serious disease wears off.

        The clotshots are causing a lot of damage, which can be seen if anyone is looking for it. I was talking to a vascular surgeon buddy about what he has seen. He has seen people in their 30s and 40s with no history of clotting and no risk factors besides the clotshots who are having mini strokes and clots in arms. There’s nothing rare about strokes and clotting any more since the vaccines came out. Doctors are reluctant to diagnose that these unexplainable diseases are occurring because of the clotshots.

        I prepared for covid, my family got covid and we treated. No. Big. Deal. Symptoms cleared within 24 hours. Now we have acquired immunity, which is better than immunity vaccines.

        My sister in law got covid and it killed her. She was unprepared because she thought that the virus itself was a hoax. I was posting treatments on my blog.

        What is this ventilator thing you speak of?

        Covid vaccines won’t prevent death or hospitalization from covid. You are spreading a myth.

        The FDA data about the Pfizer trial shows about 5x more mortality from vaccines than from covid. 21 deaths in vaccine arm and 17 deaths in the placebo arm. Two of the deaths in the placebo arm were from covid and one death in the vaccine arm was from covid. That leaves 15 deaths as the baseline mortality and one covid death prevented by the vaccine. So for every covid death prevented by vaccines, there were 5 deaths from all causes.

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        • acflory

          I’m sorry. I don’t know where you’re getting your data from, but it’s not from any factual source I’m aware of. I hope you stay well.

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          • acflory

            Like you, I’ve been watching Israel as it seems to be the canary in the coalmine. It was in Israel that they first realised that yes, Pfizer did bestow protection against transmission as well as protection against serious illness and disease. It was also in Israel that they realised said protection reduced rapidly until at about 4-5 months it was down to 30-odd percent. That’s protection against /transmission/. Protection against severe illness and death seemed to remain high, even with Delta.

            The problem here is not that the vaccines are faulty – they are actually working better than anyone could have hoped, given the very short development time. The problem is that governments over-hyped them. Vaccines were going to be the magic bullet. Vaccines were going to save us all blah blah. In reality though, they all knew the vaccines were limited in their scope. But the ‘message’ had to be dumbed down because, hey, the public can’t handle nuanced messaging. 😦
            Btw, I agree with you on Vitamin D. No idea about zinc, but as someone with a compromised immune system who’s had a brush with cancer, I also swear by pure iodine – NOT TO DRINK! I paint it on my skin and it’s absorbed slowly that way.

            Re deaths from vaccines. I held off from being vaccinated with AstraZeneca for a very long time – because of the adverse reactions. If not for info. about the possible correlation between clotting and the vaccine being accidentally injected into a blood vessel instead of the muscle, I might still be waiting. [They no longer aspirate the needle before injecting the vaccine].
            I made sure my local GP/nurse was prepared to aspirate the needle before I finally had the first jab.

            There is some evidence to show that adverse reactions from the mRNA vaccines /might/ also be caused by lack of aspiration.

            ‘Could’ and ‘might’.

            I believe in protecting oneself where possible, but I also believe in protecting others, and statistically, vaccines /do/ protect others. Not perfectly, but much, much better than no protection at all. On that point we’ll have to agree to disagree.

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          • thecovidpilot

            I have to disagree about who is actually doing the “over-hyping.” The fiercepharma news website reports that it is iHeartMedia, VMLY&R, Fors/March, and the Public Good Projects organization that are responsible for hype and other disinformation campaigns by pharma–especially to create the need for vaccines based on fear. This campaign has been very effective such that most people vastly overestimate the danger from covid. Those branding/narrative control organizations have impacted government agencies as well as the public.

            https://www.fiercepharma.com/marketing/pfizer-plans-dtc-effort-to-pitch-vaccine-safety-joins-broader-efforts-a-jam-packed-fall

            Have you seen the latest document release from the FDA? 1200 deaths in the first 90 days due to the vaccines. That’s no conspiracy theory nonsense. It’s certainly an underestimate. There has been no credible attempt to determine the size of the underestimation using any scientific methods.

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          • acflory

            I have no love for Big Pharma, but it’s only in the US that those corporations hold that much power.
            A conspiracy of that magnitude would have to include every single country on earth. It would also have to include countries and governments that make their own vaccines, such as China.
            I would very much like to see the power of ALL corporations reigned in.

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          • thecovidpilot

            Well, there’s no doubt about links between the CDC, NIH, and China. And we have a conspiracy with an actual website called “Event 201” where many people from powerful organizations did a practice pandemic, run in October, 2019, hosted by Johns Hopkins, who did the pandemic data tabulation. If you check out the credentials of those listed as “Players” on that website, you can verify what I am saying. There’s no theory if the conspiracy is out in the open.

            And I’ve already listed the panic-mongers hired by pharma to sell the mRNA vaccines in the western world and the third world by creating the demand using fear. SAGE cooperated, of course, and doubtless pharma contributed to the private pensions of those in SAGE.

            There are some conspiracy theories that there is some grand plan to depopulate the earth because Gates has said that he favors diminishing global population, but I haven’t seen any evidence to back up those theories. Gates rattled off his big mouth about “depopulation”, but that may just be to bait a trap so that the real conspiracy to enrich the powerful via the vaccines can be smeared as just another conspiracy “theory”. I have read that Gates has made an estimated $50 billion off of vaccines this year.

            Check out Anser Corp., which ran Operation Warped Greed, to see who got the big bucks.

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          • thecovidpilot

            “From Dose 1 through the March 13, 2021 data cutoff date, there were a total of 38
            deaths, 21 in the COMIRNATY group and 17 in the placebo group.”

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          • acflory

            Further to the possibility that lack of aspiration causes adverse reactions with at least some vaccines, have a look at this video:

            Dr John Campbell is nurse trainer who went on to get a PhD, so he’s not a doctor, but he does know how to understand and /explain/ medical literature in the journals.

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  • daleleelife101.blog

    I’m pleased Meeks you stated your concerns and asked for what you want… unfortunate though with one nurse you felt like you weren’t being taken seriously. As the recipient it is your right make such a request… but the “the whim of fate” makes me uncomfortable. Like you, and many others I had to work through my fears, and embrace the science.

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    • acflory

      I am a bit of a control freak, I suppose. That means I hate leaving things to chance, especially when there is something I can do. Once there is no longer anything I can do, I accept the role of ‘chance’ in my life. That’s what I meant about the ‘whims of fate’. As for the needle aspiration, it’s how injections used to be given. Apparently the change dates from WHO advice in 2004 or thereabouts. Not sure /why/ aspiration was deemed ‘not necessary’. I’ll keep looking.

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  • Widdershins

    Good for you, Meeks. 🙂

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  • robbiesinspiration

    I’ve only just had my second jab, Meeks. Noooooo! booster, not yet. The nurse certainly did not aspirate the needle. I’d not heard of this concept but I did watch her.

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  • laurieboris

    Thanks so much for sharing this important info! Considering all the healthcare folks drafted into service for vaccination (and BLESS THEM!), I would not doubt that this might happen. My second jab was less-than-optimally located and I couldn’t lift my arm for a week.

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    • acflory

      Ouch! I’m glad that was the only side effect, Laurie. The irony is that ALL injections used to be administered this way before aspirating the needle became old-fashioned. 😦 I’m sure needle tech has improved a lot, but if something must be administered into the muscle, then surely a few extra seconds to ensure that it is makes sense.

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  • MELewis

    Such an important message! Glad you got the jab done right. Only mystery is why you had to ask? Seems we get better info following Dr. John than the doctors and nurses themselves!

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