3 March 2022 - 10:26 pm
There is a document doing the rounds, part of the data release from Pfizer’s trial data the FDA was reluctant to release. It is titled “5.3.6 Cumulative Analysis of Post-authorization Adverse Event Reports” and there is a 9 page section at the end that is getting some attention (mirror).
The section in question is “APPENDIX 1. LIST OF ADVERSE EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST” and is 9 pages of over a thousand adverse events, ailments and conditions. Some are mild and others are extremely serious. I have seen this presented by some alternative media outlets and on social media as a “smoking gun”, i.e. this is what Pfizer was trying to hide, a list of adverse events that occurred during the “post-authorisation” time period up to the 28th February 2021.
As far as I can tell that is not what the list is, based on a section in the document, specifically:
3.1.3. Review of Adverse Events of Special Interest (AESIs)https://phmpt.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/5.3.6-postmarketing-experience.pdf
Please refer to Appendix 1 for the list of the company’s AESIs for BNT162b2.
The company’s AESI list takes into consideration the lists of AESIs from the following expert groups and regulatory authorities: Brighton Collaboration (SPEAC), ACCESS protocol, US CDC (preliminary list of AESI for VAERS surveillance), MHRA (unpublished guideline).
The AESI terms are incorporated into a TME list and include events of interest due to their association with severe COVID-19 and events of interest for vaccines in general.
The AESI list is comprised of MedDRA PTs, HLTs, HLGTs or MedDRA SMQs and can be changed as appropriate based on the evolving safety profile of the vaccine.
That list (Appendix 1) appears to be a compilation of things they are supposed to monitor for, rather than a record of things that happened. This is not a defence of Pfizer or the FDA, and we know there is plenty on record regarding serious adverse reactions in the trial data and subsequent health issues and deaths “post marketing”.
The very fact they have this list is an implicit admission that vaccines can and do cause all of these things, but it is prudent though not to hand so-called “fact-checkers”, Governments and the likes of the BBC the bullets to shoot us with. There is a ton of mis/disinformation in the mainstream media, but the Governments and their paid online troll farms and groups like the UK’s 77th Brigade to “counter” what they deem as mis/disinformation using all kinds of nefarious and sneaky tactics online. Wikipedia has an entry on 77th Brigade and states:
The Brigade uses social media such as Twitter and Facebook as well as psyop techniques to influence populations and behaviour. David Miller, a professor of political sociology at the University of Bristol who studies British government propaganda and public relations, said that it is “involved in manipulation of the media including using fake online profiles”.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/77th_Brigade_%28United_Kingdom%29
In September 2019, Middle East Eye reported that Gordon MacMillan, a Twitter executive with editorial control over the Middle East and North Africa, is also a reservist officer in the 77th Brigade. Both Twitter and the British Army denied that they have a relationship or agreement. Miller said it was hypocritical of Twitter to close accounts alleged to be connected with non-Western governments while having links to the British Army.
On 22 April 2020, during the UK government’s daily coronavirus briefing, General Nick Carter confirmed that 77th Brigade are working with the Home Office Rapid Response Unit “helping to quash rumours from misinformation, but also to counter disinformation”.
On 7 May 2020, The Economist interviewed Carter on the role of 77th Brigade in fighting coronavirus disinformation. The Defence Cultural Specialist Unit was used to monitor the internet for content on COVID-19 and to look for evidence of disinformation related to COVID-19 vaccines.
This is not Conspiracy Theory™, it is openly stated on the mainstream Wikipedia website that they use “psyop techniques” and manipulate media to “influence populations and behaviour”, including “using fake online profiles”. Sharing information that is close to the truth, or sounds like it could be true based on other things that really are true that are then “debunked” by the fact-checker industry or the BBC is one of the ways they “influence populations and behaviour”. The collective mechanism works by straw-manning most of the truth as they highlight a deliberately (by them) spread piece of false information, conflate it with evidenced truth on the topic and claim everything associated with it is either false or true, depending on what they are trying to convince the public to believe.
We would do well not to hand them this stuff on a plate. We need to be vigilant and careful about how we phrase things. Obviously that colossal list of over 1,200 ailments is an implicit admission that vaccines can and do cause injury, and the “safe and effective” mantra is most definitely questionable at best. Let’s just be cautious about quickly sharing info without checking it first. The “missing context” defence is one deployed regularly by “fact-checkers” and mainstream media, so let’s make sure we give them all the context they need.
Truth is on our side.