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74% of 325 Autopsied Persons Were Independently Adjudicated to Have Died Directly Caused or Significantly Contributed by Covid-19 Vaccination.
Philippines supporting the WHO Pandemic Treaty? Marcos approves lifting of Philippines state of health emergency. Tourism Marketing blunder draws much attention. E-visa for foreign visitors planned.
Apologies for the relative radio silence these past few weeks. I have been perhaps the busiest and the sleeplessnest I have ever been with both work and local movement commitments.
Tomorrow will be heading to a beach for a few days of R&R with my family in a location without reliable wifi! I will not be bringing a laptop! A glorious opportunity to read, think, get some sun and sea, and have some quality family time! I will be back and connected by the end of next week.
Some key items that have recently caught my attention:-
Autopsy Evidence of Covid-19 Vaccine Harm Can’t be Tolerated by Mainstream Medical Journals
A Hulscher et. al., including Mc. Cullough Preprint, was very briefly up on the Lancet preprints site. It lasted only hours before it was pulled. Clearly, reports of harm still cannot be tolerated by mainstream medical journals.
Regardless that the article was pulled by Lancet so quickly, it is still very valuable evidence. Discussed by Dr. McMillan on YouTube.
Here also on his substack, which includes a link to download the paper.
At some point even Lancet and other captured captured journals will have to acknowledge harm. If they want to retain any credibility, that should be sooner than later.
Philippines Commits to Supporting the WHO Pandemic Treaty
A group calling itself “Group for Equity” has announced that the Philippines supports the WHO Pandemic Treaty. This is the first time to hear publicly of what citizens are apparently being signed up for.
I have not been able to find a link for this group searching by their name. Are they a silent / secret representative of nations? Who are they to be speaking on behalf of so many nations and to not even have a public website?? Readers, please share in the comments if you can discover anything.
Marcos Agrees to Lifting the SPHE Sometime Soon….
Defacto lifted? How about actually lifted? How about no more masking, no more covid-19 testing for unvaccinated arriving tourists, no more added burden of Covid-19 testing prior to hospitalization, or prior to burial for the families of persons recently deceased?
While Marcos, according to DOH Secretary Herbosa, has finally approved lifting of the State of Public Health Emergency which has been in place to allow the government to address Covid-19 under Proclamation 922 since 8 March 2020, the actual date of lifting is still unclear!
Herbosa also says that Covid-19 is already “just one of those respiratory illnesses”…
One, of those respiratory illnesses… which doesn’t really kill people .. unless they are dying from something else … and with only 132 deaths attributed in 2023 to date.
Regular respiratory illnesses typically kill in the range of 90,000 people every year (about 250 people a day) in the Philippines. Covid-19 doesn’t even get a look in any more! Not by a very very long shot! This data which is collated up to 26 June doesn’t show any deaths after May 2023.
But then there are the excess deaths. What has caused the loss of so many??
Perhaps it really was the vaccines! As corroborated by an ever-growing body of literature…
Promoting Tourism - when Made in the Philippines is NOT Made in the Philippines
Made in the Philippines was not made in the Philippines. Embarrassingly a brand new commissioned add used international stock images instead of actual Philippines footage. Comments by netizens included that the Philippines should focus on improving infrastructure and services to attract quality tourists.
Report on the add as follows. The offending add seems to have been scrubbed from You-Tube.
Mikey Bustos perhaps did a better job 6 years ago; made me laugh! Corny indeed!
Launch of e-Visa for Foreign Visitors Planned
Speaking of tourists and visas, the Philippines is planning to simplify tourist visa processing, targeting mainly the Chinese marketing. Anything that will make it easier and less expensive to process visas will be good news.
Creeping globalism in the Philippines. Shared from my fellow independent journalist over at Basado News.