.... well.... finally! T.M. spotted this one and passed it along, and it's another one of those articles I've got to blog about and bring to your attention, even though anything I would add to the article itself is merely moot.  I have to talk about it for several reasons though.

If you're like me, you probably watched in disbelief as the planscamdemic narradigm unfolded. Before we go any further, let me briefly explain what I mean by my  onomatopoeia with the word "narradigm." A "narradigm" is a narrative of events or things that, lacking well-founded support, are otherwise being pushed or driving into society in the hopes of creating a paradigm-shift in the consciousness of people or experts by creating an artificial concensus or agreement around it. Quantum mechanics was a paradigm shift; relativity was a narradigm shift (Eddington, you might recall, fudged some of those numbers during the eclipse...)  Anyway, you might recall being as appalled as I was by the sudden embrace of the narradigm in Australia. That's what makes this article so interesting; it's coming out of Australia, where we witnessed some of the most over-the-top draconian and tyrannical lockdown and other "health" policies imaginable:

Now published in the peer-reviewed scientific literature: "The mRNA vaccines are neither safe nor effective, but outright dangerous"

Note what Mr. Kirsch, the author of the article, has to say:

Here’s the two sentences from the paper that everyone should read:

A worldwide Bayesian causal Impact analysis suggests that COVID-19 gene therapy (mRNA vaccine) causes more COVID-19 cases per million and more non-Covid deaths per million than are associated with COVID-19 [43].

An abundance of studies has shown that the mRNA vaccines are neither safe nor effective, but outright dangerous.

Other key insights from the paper

If you don’t have time to read the entire paper, here are some of the highlights.

Here are some other direct quotes from the paper:

  1. COVID-19 vaccines cause more side effects than any other vaccine
  2. Not only does spike protein produce unwanted side effects, but mRNA and nanoparticles do as well.
  3. Never in vaccine history have we seen 1011 case studies showing side effects of a vaccine (
  4. Again, it is inconceivable why it would be impossible to go through the study data in a few months, when it took the CDC less than 4 weeks to give the injections emergency use authorization - unless you want to entertain the idea that the study data were never actually read and scrutinised, a frightening perspective.
  5. The official public message is that the mRNA vaccines are safe. However, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), the medicine and therapeutic regulatory agency of the Australian Government, states quite clearly on their website that the large-scale trials are still progressing and no full data package has been received from any company.
  6. The mRNA vaccines were supposed to remain at the injection site and be taken up by the lymphatic system. This assumption proved to be wrong. During an autopsy of a vaccinated person that had died after mRNA vaccination it was found that the vaccine disperses rapidly from the injection site and can be found in nearly all parts of the body [1]. … Research has shown that such nanoparticles can cross the blood-brain barrier and the blood-placenta barrier.
  7. Despite not being able to prove a causal link with vaccines, as no autopsies were performed, they still believed that a link with vaccination is possible and further analysis is warranted.
  8. In summary, it is unknown where exactly the vaccine travels once it is injected, and how much spike protein is produced in which (and how many) cells.
  9. The S1 subunit of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein when injected into transgenic mice overexpressing human ACE-2 caused a COVID-19 like response. It was further shown that the spike protein S1 subunit, when added to red blood cells in vitro, could induce clotting.
  10. The authors found consistent alteration of gene expression following vaccination in many different immune cell types.
  11. Seneff et al (2022) describe another mechanism by which the mRNA vaccines could interfere with DNA repair.
  12. It is an amazing fact that natural immunity is completely disregarded by health authorities around the world. We know from SARSCoV-1 that natural immunity is durable and persists for at least 12-17 years [17]. Immunologists have suggested that immunity to SARS-Cov-2 is no different
  13. Immunity induced by COVID infection is robust and long lasting.
  14. mRNA vaccines seem to suppress interferon responses. A literature review by Cardozo and Veazev [26] concluded that COVID-19 vaccines could potentially worsen COVID-19 disease.
  15. Natural immunity is still not accepted as proof of immunity in Australia.
  16. A study at the University of California followed up on infections in the workforce after 76% had been fully vaccinated with mRNA vaccines by March 2021 and 86.7% by July 2021. In July 2021 75.2% of the fully vaccinated workforce had symptomatic COVID.
  17. Acharya et al. (2021) and Riemersma et al. (2021) both showed that the vaccinated have very high viral loads similar to the unvaccinated and are therefore as infectious.
  18. Brown et al. (2021) and Servelitta et al (2021) suggested that vaccinated people with symptomatic infection by variants, such as Delta, are as infectious as symptomatic unvaccinated cases and will contribute to the spread of COVID even in highly vaccinated communities.
  19. Countries with higher vaccination rates have also higher caseloads. It was shown that the median of new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people was largely similar to the percent of the fully vaccinated population.
  20. Multiple recent studies have indicated that the vaccinated are more likely to be infected with Omicron than the unvaccinated. A study by Kirsch (2021) from Denmark suggests that people who received the mRNA vaccines are up to eight times more likely to develop Omicron than those who did not [40]. This and a later study by Kirsch (2022a) conclude that the more one vaccinates, the more one becomes susceptible to COVID-19 infection [41].
  21. This has to be seen in context with the small risk of dying from COVID-19… The chances of someone under 18 years old dying from COVID is near 0%. Those that die usually have severe underlying medical conditions. It is estimated that children are seven times more at risk to die from influenza than from COVID-19. [Editor’s note: so why do colleges mandate the COVID vaccine instead of the influenza vaccine?]

OK, the paper is 18 pages long and those were just excerpts from the first 3 pages. Get the picture?

Yea, we get the picture, though I'm quite certain most of the regular readers on this website had that picture clearly tuned in shortly after the planscamdemic narradigm started. For most of us, I suspect there was a particular moment when we realized we were being had, sort of like that moment when the lamestream propotainment media told us that Jack Ruby shot Oswald because he loved Kennedy and was "upset." For me the wake up moment during the planscamdemic narradigm occurred when Orange Man Bad started pushing Operation Warp Speed. I had wondered why, previously, he had been successful in negotiating a drop in drug prices with big pharma, and what the quid pro quo was, when along came the planscamdemic, and my answer. A new virus, requiring a new "vaccine" (which turned out not to be a vaccine in any classical sense), and then the Orange Man Bad said something that made my skin crawl: he openly stated that it might be possible to get the US military involved in its distribution...

No thanks, Don...

Which brings us back to the article: why this hard-hitting article, now, and why from Australia, where we also saw some of the most tyrannical and nonsensical Covid policies?

Well, call me crazy, but I suspect another narrative is being prepped... not a narradigm, just a narrative, which is not nearly as serious as a narradigm, but in its own way, is much more serious, and we may put the whole speculation in very simple terms: a global crime was planned, committed, and carried out, on a global scale, and the means by which that crime was perpetrated was on the basis of the legal immunities from civil and criminal liabilties that pharmaceutical companies have managed to wrest from their host governments. In order to rescind those immunities, fraud must be shown and documented, on a nation-by-nation and - in the case of federal countries like Australia, Switzerland, the Netherlands, or the USA - on a state-by-state or province-by-province or canton-by-canton basis. Already in the USA some state governments have passed laws forbidding mRNA injections or even their promotion...

... and my bet is, civil suits for the companies that participated and perpectrated it are not far behind, and my hope is, criminal prosecution not far behind that.

In that respect, this article may be the first signal that Australia needs to be watched carefully, for just as it appeared to function as a beta test for the narradigm, it also might be being positioned as the beta test for its overthrow...

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Christopher on March 14, 2023 at 6:24 am

    Sadly, I fear this story is one of those “careful of what you wish for” type moments.

    For the record, I am “unvaxed” and plan to stay that way. But this so called “Peer Reviewed Article” appears to me to be more of a manipulated trap to possibly discredit those against the jab or even worse.

    The first red flags for me were found on the publisher of the article’s website ( The domain name was purchased less than a year ago. They will let anyone upload an article with no legal ez or process information. No reference to boards or those involved in the peer review process. A gmail address listed in the contact area. And, a residential address (including a map). None of this makes any since for a professional academic publisher with all the so called backers it “says” it has.

    Second, on the third page of the report is a reference to as having reviewed 1011 case studies. That site turns out to be a political party in the UK that goes by the acronym SUN (Save Us Now). And, a creepy website at that. Just start with their homepage, read their constitution (carefully) and lastly, the logo… what on earth is that?

    Third the primary author is not a medical doctor and rather has a Ph.D in Philosophy ( Plus, her work at the university seems focused only on animals and not humans. It appears to me she’s more in an administrative role coordinating Ph.D students. Granted, I could be wrong as I have zero idea how things work in Australia.

    And finally, the paper states that it was submitted to the publisher on Sept. 10, 2022, Accepted on Sept. 12, 2022 and Published on Sept. 21, 2022. I’ve worked for Medical Schools and I’ve never seen a peer review process work that fast. It’s just not “humanly” possible.

    Could this article be a trap to easily discredit legitimate stories by mixing them into one clearly “not” peer reviewed paper (propaganda piece). A very quick way to throw the truth out with the trash.

    Or, is this part of some sort of movement to trick people into bringing about the exact opposite of what they really want. Again, read their constitution… especially item 5. That’s pretty big talk for one party in one country. It sounds more like it plans to be a world wide body.

    So, please take a hard look at that story again, the publisher’s website and the related political party.

    The many linked stories in that article may in fact be very true and may be worth a read. However, like I said before, there are probably some red herrings deliberately tucked in there as well. Perhaps, a way for the power’s that be and lazy people to discredit all of it at once.

    • Christopher on March 14, 2023 at 6:51 am

      And one last thought, It’s bigger than just Australia…

      The primary author is from Australia with her Philosopy Ph.D; her co-author lives in Australia now, but is from Germany
      The so called “peer review publisher” is located in Kansas, USA
      And, there’s that whole UK Political Party with dreams of world wide power tied in as well.

      Crazy stuff!

  2. Michael UK on March 13, 2023 at 6:22 am

    Here in the UK, our Chancellor of the Exchequer and head of the Treasury Department – Jeremy Hunt has said that we should keep an open mind about the origin of Covid-19, including whether the Covid-19 pandemic started as a result of a leak from a Chinese laboratory in Wuhan.

    Also, it was revealed last week that our former Health Secretary – Matt Hancock was censored by the Government’s Cabinet Office over his concern that the virus was the result of a lab leak in Wuhan. Mr Hancock was asked to remove passages from his new book, Pandemic Diaries, in which he questioned China’s version of events, because of concerns they would ‘cause problems’ and could ‘damage national security’.

  3. Mr Sophistication on March 12, 2023 at 6:14 am

    To play the devil’s advocate, Donald Trump was left with the decision of states with a closed economy and lockdowns or fast tracking a cure in an election year. He had a hands-off approach and allowed each atate to manage the event how it’s governance saw fit.

    He’s also always been adamant that vaccination be a choice and has even been openly opposed to all-in-one innocularions for children (an “anti-vacc” position). He was going to be a spokesperson for the J&J vaccine until it was reported to cause blood clots.

    It’s not entirely fair to place the blame for the mRNA fiasco on his shoulders and so far there’s been no conclusive evidence he was following a hidden agenda along with DoD and Pfizer but it’s understandable why people would be suspicious.

    I know from personal experience that SARS COV-2 has been in the United States since at least November of 2019 and it’s safe to assume it was kept quiet until Dr. Li began posting on Wuhan medical message boards about a novel respiratory illness in December of 2019.

  4. Kaibosch on March 11, 2023 at 7:16 am

    As usual, I am suspicious of anything coming out of Australia frankly, especially as it has been a major player in driving the scare tactic narratives about internment camps and police brutality if you didnt get the jab. That was a major drive to bounce people into getting it. Now suddenly we’re being asked to believe that Australian ‘science’ is all over the truth like a rash? Sorry not buying it. Seems like another thread of the op. to me. The only organisations that will suffer financially from this “big reveal” (yeah right) are small and independent businesses who insisted – as they were instructed to do – that their staff get jabbed. This leaves them open to litigation from their employees aggrieved at having been given a jab for job ultimatum and who may have suffered jab related injury or job loss. A class action could take some of them down. Bingo. Meantime, Pharma and insurance companies wont be coughing up a penny you can be sure of that.

    • Kaibosch on March 11, 2023 at 7:59 am

      Remember the FDA never actually approved the jab – it was given ’emergency authorisation’ – not the same thing at all from a legal perspective. And here is the smoking gun. Governments did not mandate the jabs legislatively – no laws were passed telling you to get the jab. What they did was use coercion via “guidance” and “regulations” and “policy” to create a de facto mandate which had no actual legal foundation so you were free to ignore it. They created a deliberate loophole which allows them to say ‘well it was just guidance. You chose to get the jab. It was not a legal requirement”. its their get-out clause. Result is that is you have no legal claim against governments. However those employers who effectively made it a term of your employment to get the jab, will now be legally liable to their staff who got sick. What this report does is provide a scientifc basis upon which to make a legal claim against your employer on the grounds that you were forced to get a jab which is now – note the language – not just ineffective but proven to be unambiguously “dangerous”. its a green light to litigation. Once employees start litigating and winning claims against their nasty greedy, capitalist employers, it’ll precipate a cascade.

  5. FiatLux on March 11, 2023 at 3:05 am

    My speculation: The sudden shift toward openness about some of the problems with the quackcine, and with the scamdemic response in general, strikes me as damage control. I think the main goal of the scamdemic was to introduce vax passports and get Western societies to voluntarily accept new totalitarian controls as the norm. The scamdemic failed in that respect and created too much of a popular backlash. Now the powers-that-be are making a tactical withdrawal, by pretending to apologize for “mistakes,” allowing publication of articles that would have been censored a couple years ago, and so on. The objective now is to try and regain public trust in the institutions that openly showed themselves during the scamdemic as the tyrannical, corrupt, evil machinery they are. Meantime, they’re planning some other awful op they hope to use to make draconian social controls permanent and implement something analogous to a vax passport on some other pretext.

    That is not to say that several (in my view) secondary goals of the scamdemic and quackcine weren’t achieved — they were. For example: reducing certain populations, increasing pharma profits through a slew of new sick people, fast-tracking mRNA vaccines to approval, and engineering deflation.

    • Kaibosch on March 11, 2023 at 7:26 am

      This growing acknowledgement that the obccines are dangerous is clearly tactical with an economic and financial ulterior motive, not simply a social engineeering one. To open the floodgates of litigation against employers is the main one I believe. It will drive more business out of business. Australia is the first toe in the water – testing it out to see what the reaction is and then based on that, tweak the narrative to encourage more litigation, with the help of their AI. Its just another aspect of the consolidation of power and control and stealing market share. Money is always the bottom line with the hyena class.

      • FiatLux on March 11, 2023 at 11:37 pm

        Kaibosch – The litigation angle is interesting and certainly one I hadn’t thought of. Definitely something to watch for. The social engineering aspect is also connected to money: The banksters know the debt-growth model, and therefore our current monetary system, is on its last legs. (They’re the ones who deliberately blew up the various debt bubbles, so they should know.) They also know that, as that model crumbles, there will be enormous social upheaval — a threat to social stability and to their power. To stay in control, they need a workable mechanism for surveilling and controlling everybody during the chaotic times ahead, and they need a new monetary system they can control. Hence their plan for a digital ID/wallet/passport that allows you to receive and spend your universal basic income, which will come in the form of CBDCs.

  6. marcos toledo on March 10, 2023 at 7:55 pm

    To put it country simple the cure is more deadly than the pseudo-disease, to begin with. Mass liquidation on a planetary scale.

  7. Richard on March 10, 2023 at 3:09 pm

    On perpetual recovery from the Moderna duet one knows first hand the questionable safety and dangerous adversity of those emergency use authorization (EUA) injections. One does not need to imagine what some of those adverse effects might be, either, as they’re constant reminders. Some of those nasty explicatives imagined to date are quite the chore to refrain from using. One after all did sign the paper understanding what was levied as information, informed consent, and liability release for the sake of curtailing the spread.

    Not a newcomer to vaccines over decades for deployments one had to know the efficacy against the latest pandemic source. It didn’t cover lying, obfuscation, and retaliatory aggression by those insisting on protecting their profit margins and royalty kickbacks by attacking the spoken word of signs & symptoms post injections. The mistake was trusting the wrong upright simian types of treachery and deceit in the name of reducing the spread of the virus.

    What’s annoying about this whole idiocy of top-down idiocy of government by a few (many unelected and likely incompetent as investigations slog on), money trails to excessive profiteering, and down right lying is that there’s little mention of useful therapeutics, repurposed Rx’s, and natural immunity gained from having had the virus let alone accountability for blatant misdeeds. Probably an understatement but credibility lost is not likely going to return to quite a few folks as they still fumble & stumble trying to evade current potential incrimination by law while censorship and that cancellation tactic continue to mock good and practical medical practices.

    There’s likely quite a bit of. . . well, . . . . informatory stuff yet to come out of the proverbial rotting woodwork. The paper highlights the tip-of-the-iceberg of volumes probably just waiting for the all-clear of publication. Makes one wonder about the stability of the foundations of this toxic merging of politics and pharmacology where they build their power structures and what experiment is next for failure due to profit driven motivations.

  8. icu on March 10, 2023 at 12:21 pm

    i am happy to say i am fully blood must be worth a fortune. all the scum involved with the vax buisiness should be hanging or at the very least prison.very best wishes dr farrell.god bless you.

  9. Robert Barricklow on March 10, 2023 at 11:29 am

    Love your “narradigm”!
    [New Zealand” wasn’t far behind in draconian measures. Some think it’s to depopulate island for the benefit of those who want to take it over when “they” move there in masse.]
    Is this the way “they’re” looking at it: Performing better than designed!
    Raises and promotions for everyone!”

    And remember “their” breaking of the telecommunication laws?
    They simply passed a law saying it was OK!
    Even passed to law to say it was OK 10years before the law was written.
    So “they” pass laws saying COVID1984 “experimental” injections were OK in say, 2018 onward! Or, something to that effect.

    Did those nefarious post facto telecommunication laws set precedence!

    But will anyone swallow that pill?
    Or, that narradigm?

    Would “they” even dare?

  10. Scarmoge on March 10, 2023 at 10:58 am

    Shocked, shocked I tell you! … Unsafe vaccines? … typical timeline for bringing vaccines to market is 10 years [minimum] to 21 years (Johns Hopkins website) This does not include time for approval and manufacture. What could possibly go wrong?
    The argument that a 15 year process (on average), as complicated as vaccine development, could be compressed into 12 – 18 months should have been enough of a red flag to steer people away from taking the vaccine. … and within 8 years we can land men on the moon and bring them home safely … and we can go back anytime we want … and we can leave Afghanistan in a safe and orderly fashion … Please feel free to add to this list …

  11. Ivan on March 10, 2023 at 8:24 am

    Down here in Florida many physicians and local governments still pushing this stuff. It would be interesting if folks starting forwarding these peer reviewed studies to their local medical community (doctors and pharmacists) and insisting they read it. At least form some documentation that these “professionals” had received notice of potentially harmful or deadly outcomes.

  12. Michael UK on March 10, 2023 at 6:01 am

    Alternatively, this story by scientists with vested interests in pharmacology is more of a smoke screen and camouflage for denying the likely true Origin of Covid-19 was in China – Wuhan Institute of Virology; and the Spike Protein was engineered for gain of funtion traits by the bio scientists in the laboratory. These reports cover the plausible evidence for a laboratory origin.

    • Kaibosch on March 11, 2023 at 7:03 am

      I dont buy the wuhan lab thing. We are living in a scripted reality and just like a movie you have the official narrative and the officicial conspiracy narrative both of which are controlled by mr and mrs globaloney. Note the lack of response from Chna apart from everything else. Note the pre-programming in ‘Contagion’ where a killer virus started in – no sh*t sherlock – a wet market in Chna. That movie was released in the US on Sept 11th btw. Thats no accident. The wuhan line is just making a bid for your reflexive memory. Its also another thread in the attempt to regain trust in media and the authorities as they tout themselves as the messengers of “truth” – saying “see we are bringing you the REAL story”. No theyre not. The real story is more likely that the whole thing was a non-event; just like the swineflu and avian flu which ops they ran in 2009-11 and which made Pharma huge sums of money, again, as governments had their arms twisted into buying up vast quanitites of drugs which were never used. This thing has many, many layers and taking the REAL story BS at face value from media is not a viable strategy if you want to uderstand what the f is going on.

      • Michael UK on March 12, 2023 at 4:24 am

        It is unlikely the Covid-19 virus arose naturally in nature. The Spike Protein has signs of being engineered in the laboratory by sicentists to have gain of function traits. It could have been bio-engineered. The Wuhan wet market was just a spreading location for the virus which originally leaked from the lab.

        • InfiniteRUs on March 12, 2023 at 10:31 am

          Evidence points to it being intentionally released and an act of bioterrorism. Today’s UN (United Nazis) makes the German Nazis look like amateurs. The Chinese were no doubt involved but were clearly not the master minds.

          • InfiniteRUs on March 12, 2023 at 10:46 am

            Nazi was the German shortening of National Socialist. Nazis were socialists, but unlike communist socialists who believed only the state should own and control everything for everyone’s common good, they believed in limited and controlled private ownership and merger between state and corporate heads. But both were socialists. The UN just leaves out the Socialist part so it’s not so obvious to everyone. But in reality it appears to be the United Nations of Socialists. The Globalists are Nazis 2.0.

        • Kaibosch on March 18, 2023 at 8:17 am

          I can see that youre keen to push the wuhan theory. I dont buy it. This virus has never actually been isolated. The UK govt was asked to provide details about it and they were told to ignore the request by the WHO. An Irish journalist maanged to get he Irish government to confirm that there was no isolate. Dr Mike Yeardon (fomer Pfizer VP) has even suggested himself that this thing may not even exist. It may just be another coronavirus i.e. another cold virus. The flu stats disappeared the moment it showed up. They needed a catalyst, a platform to launch the reset, the CBDC, the lockdowns the disaster capialist takeover of SMEs, AI roll out, climate lockdowns etc etc. The entire upending of the system and the total restructure of our civilisation. 9/11 was the catalyst they needed for the introduction of the surveillance state and the wars in Iraq and mid-east. The new Pearl Harbour as it was described in PNAC document. Theyre perfectly capable of perpetrating a lie as big as this as they did with 9/11.

          • InfiniteRUs on March 19, 2023 at 11:15 am

            Either way it would be an intentional act of bioterrorism. Whether they released a chimera virus or not. I’ve had many flus, but whatever this virus was it behaved differently and attacked different areas of the body differently. I trust the Indian Government’s early assessment on this and don’t trust the UK, Canada, New Zealand, or Australia governments on anything anymore. They seem to be the real ring leaders in all this.

  13. Michael UK on March 10, 2023 at 6:01 am

    Alternatively, this story by scientists with vested interests in pharmacology is more of a smoke screen and camouflage for denying the likely true Origin of Covid-19 was in China – Wuhan Institute of Virology; and the Spike Protein was engineered for gain of funtion traits by the bio scientists in the laboratory. These reports cover the plausible evidence for a laboratory origin.

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