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Unintended Consequences of mRNA Shots

MIT scientist Stephanie Seneff’s paper,1 “Worse Than the Disease: Reviewing Some Possible Unintended Consequences of mRNA Vaccines Against COVID-19,” published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice and Research in collaboration with Dr. Greg Nigh, is still one of the best, most comprehensive descriptions of the many possible unintended consequences of the mRNA gene… Read More »

COVID booster shots and additional doses: what we currently know

While over 50% of Americans are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a COVID booster shot may be available in the near future. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than half of the U.S. population is now vaccinated against COVID-19. Approximately 178 million Americans are fully vaccinated, and more than 209 million… Read More »

COVID-19 vaccines: British health officials refuse to approve shots for healthy children ages 12-15

British health officials have refused to approve COVID-19 vaccinations for healthy children aged 12-15 years old.  Ministers have asked the officials to review the guidance in light of possible issues that might arise as the school term gets under way. The current guidance would allow for teens with underlying conditions or vulnerable parents to get… Read More »

Are COVID Shots Fueling More Dangerous Mutations?

Will mass injections against COVID-19 encourage the mutation of more dangerous versions of SARS-CoV-2? In the video above, WhatsHerFace questions why the U.K. government is procuring 6 million pounds’ worth of body bags, or “temporary body storage,” even as government officials announce that the current vaccination rate has “created a protective wall” against the infection.1 If… Read More »