July 22, 2022
OSLO — A 25-year-old fashion blogger, designer, author and social media influencer is now the most extreme case of post-injection menstrual syndrome (#PIMS) we’ve covered on The COVID Blog™. And mainstream media are scrambling for control of the narrative as this phenomenon can no longer be ignored or hidden.
We wrote earlier this week about NBC News acknowledging that vaxxed women across the globe are experiencing myriad menstrual irregularities. But it’s now clear that said story was only allowed on the NBC News platform as part of give-and-take propaganda tactics. The article used words like “menstruating people,” with a headline reading “42% of people…bled more heavily.” This deliberate poison pill worked to perfection. Most of the Twitter comments were about the liberal-feminist agenda of androgyny and erasing women altogether, instead of people discussing the #PIMS phenomenon.
Said agenda is playing out in the most surreal ways possible.
Demetrius “Demi” Minor is a low-life criminal who was sentenced to 30 years in prison for manslaughter and carjacking in 2011.
He got tired of getting the crap beat out of him for a decade in New Jersey men’s prisons where he belongs. Last year, the New Jersey Department of Corrections adopted a policy that allows men who say are women to be housed in female prisons. Minor, 27, quickly started wearing eye liner and saying he was a woman. He was moved to an all-female prison last fall.
Minor was moved again last week, this time to a men’s youth facility, after impregnating two women at the female prison during “consensual sexual relationships.” Any man in California, Illinois, New Jersey or some other preternatural state can now commit egregious crimes, immediately put on lipstick, and be imprisoned with women.
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Meanwhile, less than three weeks prior to the NBC News #PIMS piece, Time magazine wrote an article citing a study published in the journal Nature Communications. It concluded that mRNA and viral vector DNA injections “confer measurable benefits to the mother and child.”
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) updated its guidance on July 14, recommending that pregnant, soon-to-be-pregnant, and breastfeeding women receive the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections. The entire page is full of extremely reckless, dangerous propaganda, particularly that “COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy is safe and effective.”
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All of the foregoing is the reason why perhaps tens of millions of women worldwide are suffering in silence with this very personal health issue caused by experimental injections.
Getting to know the Norwegian fashion blogger
Ms. Anniken Englund Jørgensen, aka Annica Englund, is from Drammen, Norway, about 27 miles (43 km) southwest of Oslo. She appeared in one episode of the television series Big Brother in 2012, when she was just 15. Ms. Jørgensen started a fashion blog around this same time. She amassed 82,000 Instagram followers by 2014.
We assume Ms. Jørgensen was born into wealth because she was described as a “rich fashion blogger” in the 2014 web series Sweatshops: Deadly Fashion. She didn’t have near-enough website traffic and Instagram followers to be making millions on her own at that time. Ms. Jørgensen also displayed complete obliviousness about Cambodian sweatshops and the general conditions in the country during the first half of Episode One of the foregoing series. Asian sweatshops are also not some global secret.
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Ms. Jørgensen and two other wealthy fashion bloggers from Norway traveled to Phnom Penh to immerse themselves into sweatshops and Cambodian life firsthand. They experienced the manufacturing process by working in a sweatshop for one day. They also stayed one night in the home of a regular sweatshop worker.
The show was quite predictable. Ms. Jørgensen, when she first saw the textile
slave’s worker’s home, said, “our bathroom is bigger than her whole house.”
You may watch the one-hour episode below if you wish.
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A few commenters wondered if Ms. Jørgensen uses her platform today (which includes 277,000 Instagram followers) to bring attention to Cambodian sweatshops. We could not find any content on her platforms after 2015 mentioning Cambodia.
Today Ms. Jørgensen has a beauty products line called Natalie by Anniken. She’s also authored two books: Just Give Me One More Night (2019) and And Then Came The Rain (2021). Ms. Jørgensen was accused of plagiarism in her first book by Australian author Beau Taplin.
Most of the reviews of said books are also not very flattering.
“This book feels like both a first draft and a desperate cry for help. I constantly alternated between feeling sympathy for Anniken and being completely abandoned. It’s simply an unfinished and incoherent book, and that’s a shame, because Anniken has something to tell, it’s a story somewhere. She just has not been able to get it out in a good way. Everything she tries to say disappears in countless attempts to be deep.”
Ms. Jørgensen collaborates with several brands on Instagram. She also appeared in a Norwegian version of Dancing With The Stars last year. One website says she’s worth around $3 million. Ms. Jørgensen met her fiancé in the summer of 2021. She asked him out. But he rejected her four times. They finally went on a date in October, moved in together in February, and are now engaged.
“My heart feels so sad”
It’s unclear when exactly Ms. Jørgensen received the injections. But a lengthy November 2 Instagram post was the first clue that something was very wrong. She said she received a “birth control shot” in June 2021. We assume she’s talking about the Depo-Provera injection, which of course is manufactured by Pfizer. It’s also reasonable to assume, based on clues throughout her Instagram page, that Ms. Jørgensen received the Pfizer mRNA injections around that same time.
She said in the November post “I have been bleeding ever since” the birth control shot. Ms. Jørgensen stepped on a soap box from there. A bit of what she wrote:
“I don’t want to do this anymore, and at the same time being pregnant would be the worst thing for me, I don’t want children and I would do an abortion (i feel I have to be honest about that).“
Ms. Jørgensen started hinting in December that the Pfizer injections were causing her menstrual issues.
She tried living a normal life. But Ms. Jørgensen was now a woman experiencing a perpetual period. She posted an Instagram story in February. Ms. Jørgensen wrote again that she doesn’t want children, and doesn’t care if her boyfriend leaves her because of it. She said she’d rather adopt, seemingly conceding that she’ll never be able to carry a child to term even if she wanted to.
Ms. Jørgensen, again, tried living her life as normal. She said nothing further about the menstrual issues until this past Wednesday. But this time she said, in more certain terms, that the bleeding started after her second Pfizer mRNA injection.
“It’s been a full year of bleeding every single day except 1,5 month. I’ve been bleeding the same amount this period as [a] women does in her entire lifetime. In one year.”
Ms. Jørgensen was vague in her most recent post yesterday. But she appears more defeated than at any point in her Instagram “life.”
We’ll update in due course.
All out war on women
The COVID Blog™ book, set to be released on December 15, 2022, is completely outlined now and being worked on about eight hours per day. An entire chapter is dedicated to what we call “Shawn Skelton Syndrome,” the post-injection autoimmune disorder that causes uncontrollable convulsions.
Ms. Skelton (Vidiella) was the first case we covered back on January 14, 2021. Ms. Kristi Simmonds, Ms. Eve Dale, Ms. Casey Hodgkinson, Ms. Dominique de Silva, and Ms. Danielle Turner are just a select few of the 25-plus subsequent cases we covered in 2021 alone. Notice that every single one of them is female.
Mr. Fred Pye is the only male case of Shawn Skelton Syndrome we’ve covered on this blog. Perhaps women are just more willing to talk about it publicly. But there’s no way another male case would have gotten past us. This post-injection disorder essentially only affects women.
Granted the CDC and other mainstream sources have concluded that pericarditis and myocarditis mostly affect boys and men. But our data have found no difference in the sexes when it comes to post-injection heart inflammation victims. We’re also confident in declaring that any and all women who received the real, undiluted injections will never carry a baby to term again, and/or will never get pregnant again.
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This blogger once wrote a controversial article in 2018 entitled, “Dear Men: If She’s Down, Have Sex With Your Woman On Her Cycle.” Several men sent nasty emails after their wives or girlfriends shared the article with them. Men can never truly understand what it’s like to have a menstrual cycle. We know that women feel “gross,” fat, groggy, in pain, etc. during those times of the month. But that’s about it.
Period sex is a way not only for men to experience what their most precious female counterpart experiences, but it also provides bonding opportunities. It’s not gross, you’re not fat, etc. Read the full article for more. But period sex 3-4 times a year is one thing. Ms. Jørgensen said her boyfriend has never known her without the bleeding. Further, this blogger is willing to bet that most women would choose Shawn Skelton Syndrome over a year-long, perpetual period and all that comes with menstruation.
The powers-that-be are destroying women’s ability to bring life onto this planet. Even the women who refrain[ed] from the lethal injections are still affected by shedding. Ms. Jørgensen is definitely not alone. But women have always been accused of being emotional and not really sick by the medical establishment when voicing their complaints. Many women have shared their #PIMS stories via social media. But millions more are suffering in silence.
Men have failed women by allowing The Great Reset to happen. Women have failed men by facilitating their own demise. The damage to humanity is irreversible at this point. So just enjoy your weekend with those you care about the most. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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