rescue helicopter in flight


Yesterday I was enjoying a cup of tea with Gary Moller overlooking Wellington Hospital. Over the course of an hour, there were six flights of rescue helicopters presumably ferrying injured or sick people for emergency treatment. Gary tells me the current frequency of these flights is very often at a rate unprecedented over the many years he has lived there. At night we hear the wailing of ambulance sirens.

Wellington is the seat of government. I wonder if our politicians have noticed? Or are they just putting a brave face on the carnage? When they read the international papers, do they wonder about people collapsing or dropping dead suddenly? Are they concerned about the record levels of excess mortality? As very few of them answer the concerned emails of their constituents, we can only guess what they are thinking. We have entered the political era of the unbelievable. Don’t ask, don’t answer, and talk about something inconsequential.

There is another approach: admit that something has gone horribly wrong, but make up a story blaming it all on the unvaccinated. This is the approach of Raymond D. Palmer, who describes himself as Chief Scientific Officer of Full Spectrum Biologics based in Perth, Western Australia.

Palmer has published a paper in Biomedicine (Taipei) entitled Covid 19 vaccines and the misinterpretation of perceived side effects clarity on the safety of vaccines”. In this, Palmer comes up with the ingenious theory that it is panic induced by reading articles from antivax writers that causes so many people to drop dead soon after vaccination. Palmer says:

“Mental stress clearly causes vasoconstriction and arterial constriction of the blood vessels. Therefore, if subjects are panicked, concerned, stressed or scared of the vaccination, their arteries will constrict and become smaller in and around the time of receiving the vaccine. This biological mechanism is the most likely cause for where there have been blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, dizziness, fainting, blurred vision, loss of smell and taste that may have been experienced shortly after vaccine administration.”

I didn’t realise so many pro-vaccine individuals have been reading my work shortly before getting vaccinated. I’m mortified. According to Palmer, reading articles like this one is “highly likely” to cause “congested blood flow”. You might consider stopping reading now. Warning: DON’T READ ON YOU MAY DIE SUDDENLY.

There is another little matter of balance to consider here: the unvaccinated lost their jobs, have faced constant threats in the media, were locked out of restaurants and libraries, and some lost their homes as a result. So why aren’t they dropping dead from stress like the vaccinated? It’s hard to fathom Palmer’s logic.

In fact, Palmer is not all that he seems to be. His actual training is in web design and real estate. Around 2019 he enrolled in a few online courses in biotechnology and suddenly became an expert (??). His early attempts at a biotech company fell into administration. If you want to read more about the search for the real Raymond D. Palmer, you can go here.

Seriously though, Palmer’s article shows just how panicked the pro-vaccine lobby are. The high casualty rate from mRNA vaccines is getting harder and harder to hide, so hard that there is little point in denying Covid vaccines are a danger to health. The current best practice political stance is to keep quiet or deflect.

Therefore I was not surprised this week to read a reply from the ACT Party which said:

“ACT continues to stand up for freedom of personal choice.

ACT was opposed to the mandates and we voted against the legislation that introduced them. We said it should be ‘vaccinate or test’. There should be choice for New Zealanders and the mandates caused division.

Brooke van Velden, ACT Party Health spokesperson wrote to the COVID Minister asking her to re-consider the vaccination mandates.”

In contrast, David Seymour is on the social media record saying: 

“Under ACT’s policy most businesses would still require vaccination. Why? Well because the overwhelming majority of us are thrilled with the technology of the mRNA vaccines”.

So what is ACT’s policy? ACT never makes an unambiguous clear statement. You can’t have it both ways. It is true that earlier this year, Seymour questioned the efficacy of the vaccine and took a lot of media flack for doing so. But we haven’t heard much since. Even if we give ACT the benefit of the doubt and say thank you for standing up for freedom, we still need to know what ACT thinks about people dropping dead. Does ACT have a policy on that? Is it also a matter of personal choice?

You see, these are the questions that require answers today. Hopefully, vaccine mandates are firmly in the past, thank you, but now we have a different problem in Houston, and it requires an immediate fix, or we may not be alive tomorrow to think about it. Stop blowing with the wind David and take a stand. You are the only elected politician so far who has, on occasion, asked questions.

Sean Plunkett of The Platform (whose hollow slogan is Join the Resistance) also failed to address key questions. He outdid himself this week during his interview with stand out mRNA vaccine critic Steve Kirsch. Sean resorted to ad hominem attacks rather than face the truth. It is worth noting that I talked to Sean a few months ago about a similar little matter of truth; I suggested I might complain to the Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA). Sean told me that The Platform isn’t a member of the BSA, so I would be wasting my breath. He went further and suggested that his broadcasters would be saying whatever they liked—even if completely untrue—because everyone was entitled to air their opinion. A radio station which concedes it is happy spreading untruths is hardly going to endear itself to anyone. Well then, it is no surprise that The Platform and Sean, in particular, has ended up on the government’s list of top disinformation spreaders.

I’m waiting to see who breaks ranks first among all the scientists, writers, advert copywriters, commentators, columnists, politicians, experts, and doctors who have been misleading the New Zealand public for two years about mRNA safety. Who is going to be the first in New Zealand to admit what is becoming obvious publicly? They’re very dangerous.

The international prize has just been won by Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida, who announced this week “a petition with the Supreme Court of Florida to empanel a grand jury to investigate any and all wrongdoing in Florida with respect to COVID-19 vaccines.” In a televised address, DeSantis said, “it is illegal in Florida to mislead the public about the efficacy of drugs.” It should be so in New Zealand. Also, it is a matter of life and death.




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