AS an American-Israeli, it is very discomfiting to report on certain matters. This is one of those times. But it is what it is.
BACK in October 2021, the following was delved into:
- BREAKING: Israeli physicians, scientists advise FDA of ‘severe concerns’ regarding reliability and legality of official Israeli COVID vaccine data – Personal Intersection … Primum Non Nocere!
ALAS, the above is not a one-off analysis. Rather, it is cumulative.
IN this regard, it is hardly surprising to examine the below, albeit, shocking to the core!
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EXPOSE-NEWS.com | By Rhoda Wilson | September 5, 2022
In an article published yesterday, Steve Kirsch detailed the proof that Israel found serious safety problems with the Covid “vaccines” and then deliberately covered it up. “Israel didn’t start to gather safety data until a year into the vaccine program. They gathered 6 months’ worth of data and found that the vaccines weren’t safe so they lied to the world about it,” he wrote. “This is the single most important article on my Substack”
The Israeli Ministry of Health (“MoH”) was informed by their own hand-selected outside expert group headed by Prof. Mati Berkowitz that the Covid injections are not as safe as the MoH had been claiming to the Israeli people. It was just the opposite. Adverse events were not mild and short-term but were serious and long-lasting. Instead of admitting their mistake, the MoH covered it up by issuing a report that distorted the expert report.
On 20 August, the news finally broke that the government hadn’t been monitoring adverse reactions for a year and then – after they finally gathered the adverse safety data – that they deliberately manipulated the data to make the “vaccine” appear safe when it wasn’t.
Only one news outlet in the world, UK’s GB News, was willing to cover the story. In the video below Neil Oliver discusses the breaking news of the leaked video of an internal meeting of Israel’s Ministry of Health discussing the effects of the Pfizer vaccine: “We have obtained a recording of a video call which seems to suggest that some side effects caused by that vaccine are not rare mild or short-term but serious and long-lasting,” Oliver said introducing Yaffa Shir-Raz, a journalist and specialist health reporter, and Professor Retsef Levy, an expert in health systems from MIT.
Further reading: Researcher appointed by the Israeli MOH to investigate COVID-19 vaccine side effects warned the ministry it could be open to lawsuits for encouraging the public to get vaccinated while claiming that side effects are mild and transient, Yaffa Shir-Raz, 22 August 2022