Darian Fentos

Independent Researcher

Did you hear the joke about the guy in a remote town, who tried to find a haematologist during a lockdown? Trust me, it's not funny. Seriously though, if you're considering taking the Janssen vaccine, you may want to keep a haematologist on speed dial.

On pages 2-3 of the company's official Product Information, it is confirmed that fatal outcomes (a nicer way of saying 'deaths') have been reported due to thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome following vaccination. If you think your local GP is well equipped to handle this serious medical condition, you may be in for a shock:

“Healthcare professionals should be alert to the signs and symptoms of thromboembolism and/or thrombocytopenia. Those vaccinated should be instructed to seek immediate medical attention if they develop symptoms such as shortness of breath, chest pain, leg pain, leg swelling, or persistent abdominal pain following vaccination. Additionally, anyone with neurological symptoms including severe or persistent headaches, seizures, mental status changes or blurred vision after vaccination, or who experiences skin bruising (petechia) beyond the site of vaccination after a few days, should seek prompt medical attention.”

“Thrombosis in combination with thrombocytopenia requires specialised clinical management. Healthcare professionals should consult applicable guidance and/or consult specialists (e.g., haematologists, specialists in coagulation) to diagnose and treat this condition.” (Sect. 4.4., p. 3)

Not to be outdone, AstraZeneca provides a similar warning on their Covid vaccine Product Information:

“Since medical management of a post-vaccine thrombosis with thrombocytopenia may be different from medical management of other thromboses, if a patient presents with thrombosis and/or thrombocytopenia after receiving a vaccine, healthcare professionals should consult applicable guidance and seek advice from a specialist haematologist to diagnose and treat this condition.” (Sect. 4.4, p. 4)

Therefore, it may be prudent to discuss this potential medical emergency with your GP before you take the jab, rather than after you take it.

On 22 July 2021, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australia) granted provisional approval for the Covid Pfizer vaccine, COMIRNATY, to be used in children as young as 12 years old.

Firstly, it essential to point out that all Covid vaccines in Australia only have 'provisional' approval, not full approval. See: TGA Provisional registrations.

As for the available safety evidence, let's take a closer look at the official Product Information from Pfizer:

“In an analysis of Study C4591001, based on data up to the cutoff date of 13 March 2021, 2,260 adolescents (1,131 COMIRNATY; 1,129 placebo) were 12 to 15 years of age. Of these, 1,308 adolescents (660 COMIRNATY and 648 placebo) have been followed for at least 2 months after the second dose of COMIRNATY. The safety evaluation in Study C4591001 is ongoing.” (Sect. 4.8, p. 9)

It is rather astonishing that a government would give any kind of approval for a vaccine to be administered to 12-15 year olds, on the basis of such a tiny data set. Moreover, parents may be shocked to learn that the safety evaluation “is ongoing” (i.e. safety has not been properly established).

Turn on the TV, listen to the radio, open a newspaper, scroll through your online feed; “cases, cases, cases!” Covid cases rising everywhere, they all say. But how are these supposed 'cases' determined?

The answer lies in PCR mass testing, and once you understand this fundamental 'magic trick' of the entire Covid narrative, you will never think of 'cases' the same way again.

The videos below, from Dr. Sam Bailey, offer some of the best explanations on the subject:

Additionally, Journalist Jon Rappoport provides ongoing investigative coverage in relation to Covid and PCR testing.

The AstraZeneca Covid vaccine has not been verified as safe for pregnant women. According to the company's official Product Information:

“There are a limited amount of data from the use of COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca in pregnant women, or women who became pregnant after receiving the vaccine. The data are insufficient to inform on vaccine-associated risk. Animal reproductive toxicity studies have not been completed. As a precautionary measure, vaccination with COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca is not recommended during pregnancy.” (Sect. 4.6, p. 5)

Fervent claims of vaccine safety, widely reported in the media and pushed by authority, are not supported by the available data.