- Jul 24, 2015
- AFL Club
- North Melbourne
A step up? You didn't even know where the thread you are posting in is located.I feel you are in a position where you would still have a lot to learn from mere idiots. A step up the rung if you will.
It seems to me your response to anything about covid is to reflexively parrot some "party" line or other orthodoxy without considering the position you are criticising.
So how do you rate the response of Pfizer to the accusations about the terrible science in the Ventavia trial the BJM reported on? It appears from the outside that the scrutiny you claim exists was absent from that case. Instead it looks like Pfizer rewarded Ventavia with more contracts because it was able to deliver "satisfactory" (from PFizer's pov in terms of meeting regulatory requirements) results despite the problems associated with it. Instead of slowing Pfizer's approval process while that section of the trial was re done. To me this deosn't seem like appropriate scrutiny, ie 12 months later an investigation in a prestigious medical journal has to draw attention to this failure. It seems more like marketing is more important than proper science in this case.The Covid vaccines are the most studied and scrutinized medications in history.
And this has been done in the open like no drug development ever.
You could compare this to another COVID vaccine. CHAD's vaccine (ie the AstraZenaca/Oxford one) where at least we saw public acknowledgement of an issue and a complete halt to the trial until it was sorted out. Definitely scrutiny, and the process appears to have happened in the open.
There are claims from people suffering mRNA vaccine injuries that its incredibly hard to get support or even acknowledgement of the injury. To the point where recently a high profile vaccine injury victim, Kyle Warner (a former mountain biker and US enduro champion) recently reported the suicide of six members of the support group he is involved with. That's six deaths, most likely as a result of vaccination that won't be attributed to vaccination.
It seems at this point there isn't enough scrutiny, certainly there doesn't seem to be enough scrutiny of the regulatory processes around the vaccination. And if people with adverse reactions are reportedly finding it hard to have medical personel take them seriously then the scrutiny you claim is there obviously isn't. (Warner was diagnosed with psychosis when he first reported his heart issues because the ER doctor thought the vaccines were "completely safe", it took better doctors and a cardiologist to take him at his word.)
Feel free to edjumacate this sub-idiot on why the stuff I've just mentioned is okay.