There are thousands of peer-reviewed scientific papers written which contradict the FDA/Manufacturers stand on vaccine safety and efficacy, but you won't find many through your normal channels. Publishers of scientific literature are refusing to handle articles which contradict the current vaccine narrative and those articles which did make it through the process have been subsequently scrubbed from record.
Similarly the media will, even in the face of the on-going FDA data release, attempt to disprove ALL of the 'negative' reporting by employing 'fact checkers' and advertisements paid for by the drug manufacturers.
Example: REUTERS news agency Fact Checker chairman and former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) James C. Smith is also a top investor and board member of Pfizer.
Example: Pfizer pays for media coverage across the country – Video link
One of the authors who has not yet been scrubbed from the scientific record is Russell L. Blaylock, Theoretical Neuroscience Research, LLC, Ridgeland, Mississippi, who has published an excellent article in the 'American National Library of Medicine' concerning manipulation of data and consensus, not just within the North American media and scientific/medical communities but within most industrialized nations as well.
In his article he credits a Japanese FOIA lawsuit similar to the Texas case for revealing that the injected vaccine does not 'stay in the arm' but does disseminate through the body, contrary to FDA and Pfizer assertions.
“The Japanese resorted to a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) lawsuit to force Pfizer to release its secret biodistribution study. The reason Pfizer wanted it kept secret is that it demonstrated that Pfizer lied to the public and the regulatory agencies about the fate of the injected vaccine contents (the mRNA enclosed nano-lipid carrier). They claimed that it remained at the site of the injection (the shoulder), when in fact their own study found that it rapidly spread throughout the entire body by the bloodstream within 48 hours.
The study also found that these deadly nano-lipid carriers collected in very high concentrations in several organs, including the reproductive organs of males and females, the heart, the liver, the bone marrow, and the spleen (a major immune organ). The highest concentration was in the ovaries and the bone marrow. These nano-lipid carriers also were deposited in the brain.”
Mr. Blaylock then identifies the distribution and reproduction of the the 'spike proteins' within the ovaries and bone marrow as leading to waves of menstrual/reproductive problems in women and increases in cancer in men, women and children.
“The high concentration of spike proteins found in the ovaries in the biodistribution study could very well impair fertility in young women, alter menstruation, and could put them at an increased risk of ovarian cancer. The high concentration in the bone marrow, could also put the vaccinated at a high risk of leukemia and lymphoma. The leukemia risk is very worrisome now that they have started vaccinating children as young as 5 years of age.
No long-term studies have been conducted by any of these makers of Covid-19 vaccines, especially as regards the risk of cancer induction. Chronic inflammation is intimately linked to cancer induction, growth and invasion and vaccines stimulate inflammation.”
There remain 499,500 pages to come in the Texas ruling and if they are as 'informative' as the first 37 pages quoted and linked above then the future is all about demographics.
Populations in most nations, including China and Russia are in decline and have been for at least fifteen years. Typically this decline has been precipitated by an aging population combined with lower birth-rates; the latter being evident in recent European demographic data showing a 25% decline in the number of people between 15 and 24 years of age from the mid 1980's when it was at its peak and then falling off through to the census of 2021.
Similarly the 'Statistical Handbook of Japan 2021' summarizes that in 2020 the Japanese death rate was 11.1 per one thousand people and rising but in the same year their birth rate was only 6.8 per one thousand people and dropping, plus it suggests that these worrying Japanese statistics are very similar to those of other developed nations.
This accelerating rate of decline across nations has been looked upon as a blessing by some who would see an end to 'useless eaters', or a pending catastrophe by others who must figure out how to support more people with fewer hands.
Dependency Ratios Rising
For instance, Japan's total population in 2020 was 125.71 million however the child population (0-14 years old) in 2020 amounted to 15.03 million, accounting for 12.0 percent of the total population while the aged population (65 years old and over) was 36.19 million, constituting 28.8 percent. The productive-age population (15-64 years old) totalled 74.49 million, accounting for 59.3 percent of the entire population.
As a result, the ratio of the dependent population (the sum of aged and child population divided by the productive-age population) was 68.8 percent and growing, imposing increasing financial demands on a nation already heavily in debt.
Dependency Ratios for most nations are provided by the CIA in THIS World Fact Book entry and it is interesting to note that an overwhelmingly young population can be just as crippling to a nation's finances as a rapidly aging population.
Now, to the already grim population trends of developed nations, include both the increasing death rate observed subsequent to the COVID vaccine roll-out and a decrease in live births which has been witnessed in many heavily vaccinated nations and is now formally anticipated after review of the FDA documents, and our future as a human race becomes very hard to predict.
Between the years 2010 and 2020 the United States have had an average death-rate of 8.326 per one thousand people but American life insurance companies are seeing a rise in deaths of at least 40% between the years 2020 and 2021, with Lincoln National seeing a rise of 9% between 2019 and 2020 but a rise of 163% between 2020 and 2021.
According to Dutch insurer Aegon, which conducts two-thirds of its business in the United States, claims during the third quarter of 2021 were $111 million, up from $31 million a year earlier. This represents a more than 258 percent increase in death benefit payouts.
During the year 2020 and prior to the introduction of COVID vaccines, the insured United States population saw 12 percent more deaths than average, according to research data from the life insurance trade association LIMRA.
“For the insurance industry, that’s not huge because we have resources,” said Marianne Purushotham, the company’s chief actuary. “We’re always trying to compare the new variant to the initial shock.”
A majority of the deaths that occurred in 2020 also had a relatively muted impact on the life insurance industry because it was mostly older people without life insurance who died.
Those statistics changed in 2021 subsequent to the vaccine roll-out. All of a sudden, new COVID variants plus a host of other illnesses and diseases started appearing out of nowhere that affected other age groups, including young people, who were not dying prior to receiving the COVID vaccinations.
Fewer Live Births
According to the World Bank, global live births peaked at 36 per one thousand people in 1963 and has been dropping steadily since then to the 17 births per one thousand people seen today.
United States birth-rate in 2010 was 13.3 per one thousand people, dropping to 11.9 by 2020. In Canada the live birth-rate has been plummeting for decades and at 9 births per thousand people in 2020 it is 1/3 of the 27 live births per thousand people in 1960.
Live birth figures for 2022 are becoming available and the numbers out of Germany and Switzerland raise some serious questions. Swiss Policy Research (SWPRS) states that both countries recorded a consistent 10% to 15% decrease (compared to expectations) in monthly births from January to March/April 2022 (the latest available data) – that is, precisely nine months after the beginning of COVID mass vaccination in the general population in April/May 2021.
They go on to say that the decline is really quite dramatic, with almost 100,000 “missing babies” so far in 2022 in Europe alone. Countries like Germany have seen a decline in births of about 10%, while Taiwan has recently reported a decline of almost 30% compared to the previous year, even in the face of an overall increase in population over the same period.
The SWPRS articles were published in early July of 2022 and do their best to offer balanced reasoning for the decreasing live births, including fewer marriages in 2020 and parents lacking confidence in the future, however they also recognize that the miscarriage and still-birth rates are rising around the world and suggest that vaccinations not be ruled out as a cause.