July 20, 2022
We’ve covered several extreme cases of denial, as it relates to “vaccine” adverse reactions, on The COVID Blog™. One of the more infamous ones is Ms. Tracey Spicer. The triple-vaxxed Australian television personality still suffers from pericarditis, bladder inflammation, debilitating fatigue, and a host of other health issues. It all started just 10 days after her mRNA booster shot in late December.
Ms. Spicer blamed “long COVID” for all of her problems. We published our story about her on April 27. Nearly three months later, Ms. Spicer is still playing the long COVID card and refuses to even broach the idea that she’s permanently vaxx-injured. Her story is the epitome of #ABV.
Denial isn’t the only rampant phenomenon during The Great Reset. If you cover enough of these types of stories, as The COVID Blog™ has since January 2021, you start connecting family dots.
We wrote about Ms. Ellen Berends last fall. She died on September 20, five months after her second Pfizer mRNA injection. Mrs. Berends was from Michigan, and her Facebook name was “Ellen Van Geest Berends.” The Van Geest part sounded familiar because it’s a fairly uncommon name. And sure enough, Mrs. Berends was the cousin of Mrs. Anne VanGeest, who was also from Michigan. She died on April 19, 11 days after her Johnson & Johnson viral vector DNA injection.
Vaxx-injury denial and destroyed families due to post-injection deaths and maimings are happening every second, every day. The previous continue annoying critical thinkers. The latter is painful reality for families across the globe.
Leah Justice: North Carolina woman suffers post-injection blood clots, amputations, surgeries, ventilators, etc., blames “COVID-19”
Ms. Leah Justice is a Columbus, North Carolina divorced mother of one 16-year-old son. She’s worked for The Tryon Daily Bulletin, a small local newspaper, for 22 years. Ms. Justice reported being “vaccinated completely” on March 25, 2021. It appears she received two mRNA injections, not the Johnson & Johnson viral vector DNA shot. Ms. Justice said she felt sick that day. Nonetheless, all of her friends and family celebrated her new status.
Ms. Justice did not post an “I’m boosted” photo. But she wrote on March 14 of this year that she was “the first to get vaccines and the booster” when they became available. That same day, Ms. Justice described how she was vomiting a lot in late January. She also experienced extreme shortness of breath. Ms. Justice went to a local hospital on January 29. Doctors discovered two blood clots, apparently in one of her arms. She was airlifted to a larger hospital in Charlotte, where she was ventilated and underwent two surgeries to remove the blood clots.
Doctors warned Ms. Justice about the possibility of losing her arm. She spent 10 days in the hospital, leaving with all of her extremities intact. But then on March 7, doctors diagnosed her with esophagus inflammation and a bleeding ulcer. She posted graphic photos of her hand. Ms. Justice blamed all of the foregoing on so-called COVID-19. “I’m sure most of [you] know as hard as I tried to avoid Covid, it got me and got me bad,” she wrote.
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Ms. Justice provided an update on June 7. She spent a total of 34 days in the hospital since January 29. Ms. Justice had her pinkie finger and other parts of her hand amputated because of a Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection. She’s been in physical therapy since February and still does not have use of the damaged hand. Ms. Justice declared, “I’ve got a long way to go still, but I finally feel like I beat COVID even if by the skin of my teeth.” Several of her friends and family praised her for “beating COVID.”
She hasn’t posted further about her health since June. We’ll update this story in due course.
Kaara Carlson: Canadian woman develops post-injection autoimmune issues, suffers from what she calls “COVID rash”
Ms. Kaara Carlson is a registered nursing assistant and a nail technician (paints fingernails) in Calgary, Alberta. She has at least three children, with one son age 32, and several grandchildren. Ms. Carlson had two preexisting conditions prior to the injections – fibromyalgia and chronic hemiplegic migraines.
Fibromyalgia is of course a chronic, full-body musculoskeletal pain disorder. The condition is listed on Pfizer’s own April 30, 2021 post-injection adverse event report, meaning the mRNA injections could exacerbate preexisting fibromyalgia. Hemiplegic migraines are migraine headaches accompanied by stroke-like symptoms, especially numbness on one side of the body and general confusion.
Ms. Carlson isn’t a vaxx zealot per se. She has displayed common sense and human decency throughout the so-called pandemic.
But ultimately she is a healthcare worker and loves to travel. She dropped a few zealot-like posts in her social media timelines. For instance, she promoted a Canadian sweepstakes that gave away $550,000 in total prizes to people who could prove they receive the injections.
That all said, Ms. Carlson received at least two Pfizer mRNA injections, according to her Facebook page.
It’s unclear if she received any booster shots. Interestingly, the Alberta provincial government just ended its vaccine mandate for healthcare workers this past Monday. Regardless, Ms. Carlson was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) in August 2021.
This condition initially affects patients in their 20s or 30s, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. It’s essentially temporary multiple sclerosis (MS) and then goes away for years and even decades. Ms. Carlson never mentioned MS in her Facebook history (which dates back to at least 2011) until this post. Considering how publicly and openly she talks about medical issues, it’s safe to assume that MS hadn’t bothered her for years, until this moment.
She mentioned MS again in October 2021, after MRIs on her brain and spinal cord. It appears the previously dormant disease was wide awake again.
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Ms. Carlson took a few vacations in late 2021 and early 2022, including one to Cancun. Thus her body was still functioning relatively well. But on June 1, Ms. Carlson wrote that she is “just getting over COVID.” She posted a gruesome photo of a rash that she referred to as “COVID rash.” Ms. Carlson repeated the official Cult of COVID slogan, “I’m glad I’m vaccinated or it would have been worse.” Some people in her timeline reinforced her COVID rash diagnosis. Others told her the truth about it being an adverse reaction to the injections.
Ms. Carlson’s June 6 Facebook post is what it is.
Four days later, Ms. Carlson reported more hemiplegic migraines.
A week later, on June 18, Ms. Carlson voiced frustration with her deteriorating health.
She moved from Calgary to Mission, British Columbia last week. We’ll update in due course.
Canadian family loses two brothers “suddenly and unexpectedly” in 11 days
This all happened earlier this year. But these stories are important for documenting how the injections destroy families.
There isn’t much information available about Mr. Nabil “Billy” Akleh and Mr. Edward “Eddy” Akleh. Billy was 47 years old. His younger brother Eddy was 36. Both resided in Mississauga, Ontario. Several of their family member speak/write Arabic and Persian on social media.
Akleh is the name of a small village in northwest Iran. The vast majority of Akleh’s in the world live in the U.S. and Canada, with Iran coming in third. Note that Palestinian-American Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was shot and killed by the Israel military in Palestine (West Bank) on May 11. The instant family, based on their social media posts and other sources, is affiliated with the St. Mary’s Antiochian Orthodox Church in Mississauga. It is an autocephalous church, meaning the bishop does not answer to a higher-ranking bishop.
The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America takes somewhat of a wishy-washy stance on mRNA and viral vector DNA injections. The Greek Orthodox Archidiocese of Canada hosted vaccine clinics in Toronto last year.
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That all said, Ms. Ronia Kourzom-Barakat announced via Facebook that her cousin Billy Akleh passed away “suddenly and unexpectedly” on January 29.
Another cousin, Ms. Nabila Akleh, also posted about Billy’s death.
Mr. Akleh’s obituary says he is survived by “his siblings, Abey, Somer and Eddy.” His funeral was held on February 5 at the aforementioned St. Mary’s Antiochian Orthodox Church.
Four days later, on February 9, Billy’s younger brother, Eddy Akleh, “passed away unexpectedly” at Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga.
Since the two died so closely together, another cousin, Mr. George Akleh, announced that their traditional 40 Day Memorial Services would be held on the same day, March 5.
A Twitter user named Deb, who is also from Ontario, claims to know the Akleh family. She said the deceased brothers recently received booster shots together. Both died of heart attacks, according to her account. But the family refuses to believe the two died because of the injections.
Make of that what you will.
No such thing as second chances
NBA superstar Kyrie Irving receives most of the accolades from critical thinkers for his principled stance against the experimental injections. But Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac also stayed principled this past NBA seasons and remained non-vaccinated. Unfortunately two initial NBA critical thinkers caved to coercion and propaganda.
Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal received injections in late December after declining at the beginning of last season. He quoted pure propaganda as the reason, saying he was concerned about his family’s health. Golden State Warriors small forward Andrew Wiggins recently made headlines again. Of course he caved to vaccine propaganda last fall after holding out for several weeks at the beginning of training camp.
Mr. Wiggins made his first NBA All-Star team in the 2021-22 season. The Warriors also won the NBA Championship, which was Wiggins’ first ring. But Wiggins said in a recent interview that he still wishes he never received the injections. “I didn’t like that it wasn’t my choice. I didn’t like that it was either get this or don’t play,” he said.
Truth is that Mr. Wiggins, Mr. Beale, and all other NBA players have little to worry about. Mr. Beale just signed a 5-year, $250 million fully-guaranteed contract earlier this month. That means he and/or his family get that money if he sucks for the next five years, if he gets hurt today and never plays again, and even if he dies. Mr. Wiggins received $31.6 million last year and will make $33.6 million this year.
NBA players received placebos or just obtained vaccine cards without receiving the injections. Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis is worth $1.6 billion. Thus Mr. Beale’s contract is 15% of the owner’s net worth. There’s way too much money invested in NBA players to kill or cripple them with lethal injection.
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Unfortunately, in this blogger’s educated estimation, you had a 60% chance in the Western world to receive the full, undiluted shots prior to September 2021. Those who received boosters or any shots after that time received the real shots at an 80% clip. Pfizer used the first eight months of 2021 as the global guinea pig stage, then received fake full FDA authorization in August 2021, then unleashed their new, kill slowly formula with far less lots being placebos or watered-down doses. Pfizer, as of today, still has at least 40 active clinical trials for their mRNA injections, with some lasting until 2025-26.
Denial, again, is all vaxxed people have left. This blogger used to regret past decisions, particularly in his 20s and early 30s. He passed up on marriage and family to pursue mainstream media jobs that he ultimately abandoned anyway (for good reasons). But regret will eat you alive from the inside out. There’s no time machine to go back. That’s why this blogger loves 80s music and movies because it’s an escape, the closest thing to returning to those times of blissful ignorance and carefree life.
Vaxx zealots and vaxx-injury deniers are annoying and nauseating to critical thinkers. But they’re literally using their last available survival instinct. Just think of the heavy torment on mothers who lost babies after the injections, fathers who allowed their babies to be injected, and those who took the injections themselves and can no longer avoid the truth.
American poet John Greenleaf Whittier once wrote, “for of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: ‘it might have been!'” American writer Kurt Vonnegut, known for his dark humor, changed up the quote in his 1963 novel Cat’s Cradle: “Of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are, ‘it might have been.’”
The worst possible starting hand in Texas Hold ‘Em poker is a Seven and a Deuce. That hand is equivalent to the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections in the game of life. Critical thinkers folded that hand immediately. But upwards of 70% of Western society went all-in with that hand. Perhaps some will get lucky with the community cards. Either way, you must live with your life’s decisions without regrets.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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