More COVID Questions

I learned an excellent lesson over the past couple of days. Don’t cook for yourself!

It’s advice that’s probably not applicable to most people, but it sure is for me.

Somehow, I managed to poison myself with a basic serve of bacon and eggs.

The effects were horrible — shivering, sweats, headache, nausea, and more. It was literally like being hit by the proverbial truck.

Truth be told, I am still feeling the effects but the worst seems to be over.

I imagine it’s how some people who have adverse effects to the COVID vaccines feel. The key difference is that there is a certainty I won’t be physically impacted by this bout of bad cooking for decades to come.

Nor will I be forced to repeat it every six months or so.

There are two things that need to be said today about the vaccines.

Firstly, a whistle-blower involved with Pfizer phase III trials has raised questions about the integrity of data and regulatory oversight — including the company being slow to report adverse reactions (emphasis added):

A regional director who was employed at the research organisation Ventavia Research Group has told The BMJ that the company falsified data, unblinded patients, employed inadequately trained vaccinators, and was slow to follow up on adverse events reported in Pfizer’s pivotal phase III trial.

Staff who conducted quality control checks were overwhelmed by the volume of problems they were finding. After repeatedly notifying Ventavia of these problems, the regional director, Brook Jackson, emailed a complaint to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Ventavia fired her later the same day.

That may help explain why the Indian media have blown the lid off the vaccine sale contracts this week. It looks like a one-way deal with all power (and money) vesting with Big Pharma.

They detailed six key points in the Pfizer contracts.

  1. Pfizer Reserves the Right to Silence Governments — Pfizer is silencing the governments through its contracts. It has forced countries not to talk about the deals they strike for shots.
  2. Pfizer Controls Distribution of Shots — Pfizer controls the donations of the shots, not the country that buys them. Pfizer will decide where the shots go.
  3. Pfizer Secured an “IP Waiver” for Itself — If Pfizer is accused of intellectual property theft, governments will pay not the company.
  4. Private Arbitrators, not Public Courts, Decide Disputes in Secret — If there are disputes, private arbitrators and not public courts will decide on them.
  5. Pfizer Can Go After State Assets — Pfizer can go after state assets to secure its compensation.
  6. Pfizer Calls the Shots on Key Decisions — Pfizer decides delivery timeline and more.

Which brings me to my second point. 

An Adelaide vaccine researcher, Professor Nikolai Petrovsky has developed a COVID vaccine that uses traditional methods to provide protection rather than the experimental mRNA approach.

His vaccine has been approved for use in Iran but not in Australia because the TGA is insisting he pay for the approval process.

Now I don’t know whether the Professor’s vaccine is the real deal or not, but when governments have thrown trillions of dollars at beating COVID, it beggars belief they won’t test this local version due to financial concerns.

Maybe it has something to do with these coercive contracts the Big Pharma companies have in place with our government.


Cory Bernardi,
For The Rum Rebellion

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As a member of the Liberal Party of Australia for over 30 years, Cory fought to support Sir Robert Menzies’ vision of stronger families, fostering free enterprise, limited government and supporting civil society for the ‘forgotten people’.

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