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‘Dr. Pierre Kory, Chief Medical Officer of the FLCCC, and Dr. Paul Marik, Chief Scientific Officer, recently made updates to I-RECOVER: Post Vaccine Syndrome to address these concerns.
First, it is important to understand that not everyone who gets a COVID-19 vaccine will react in the same way. Dr. Kory describes three distinct groups:
“There are people who come to my practice who are vaccine-injured,” he says, “and they present with a constellation of symptoms.” Dr. Kory uses several strategies to try to help these patients, depending on their main complaints and the severity of their symptoms.
A second category of patients is experiencing a single complication caused by the vaccine rather than a myriad of symptoms. Treatments are also available for these patients and are often quite successful.
“Then you have people who have been vaccinated and are asymptomatic,” Dr. Kory goes on to explain. “They don’t have any acute or chronic symptoms.” These are often the people who are most concerned about whether they have a potential ‘ticking time bomb’.
The four- to six-month window
For these people, there is some good news depending on the date of their last injection. If your last vaccination or booster was more than five or six months ago and you’ve experienced no adverse symptoms, you are likely in the clear.
“We used to say most people who are vaccine injured have symptoms within days to weeks,” says Dr. Marik, “so if you’re beyond that we used to say you’ve dodged a bullet and you’re OK. But it seems like there are people who are otherwise healthy, who have no signs and symptoms of vaccine injury, and who within this window of four to six months die suddenly from an acute cardiac event.”
There are two peak windows when deaths that may be linked to vaccination seem to occur. “They happen either within a few days, which we think is acute heart inflammation causing myocarditis and then a fatal arrhythmia,” says Dr. Kory. “And then there are those that die around five months later.”
“If you are well after five months out, or a year out, with no symptoms, no problems, I really do want to reassure you that I think you’re okay.”
Dr. Kory and Dr. Marik, along with other colleagues of theirs, think the deaths that happen around the five-month peak are related to massive fibrin clots.
“If you are well after five months out, or a year out, with no symptoms, no problems, I really do want to reassure you that I think you’re okay,” Dr. Kory says, noting that many people have had no reaction to the vaccines.
If you were vaccinated or boosted within the past five months and are now worried because of the emerging evidence and data showing excess mortality and sudden deaths, the FLCCC doctors have made some suggestions based on their understanding of the processes that may be leading to the sudden cardiac events. They are, however, cautious because there has been no science or research effort put into understanding the causes of vaccine injury since major public health institutions continue to insist the vaccines are safe and effective and that side effects are rare and temporary.
“Knowing what we know of the science, of the consequences of these vaccines, and of the time distribution of these major events, we think it’s prudent to be on anti-platelets (aspirin) and fibrinolytics (nattokinase, lumbrokinase) in the hopes that somehow this mitigates or interrupts the development of these life-ending clots at five months out,” Dr. Kory advises.
Ideally, Dr. Marik says that asymptomatic patients who are in this time frame post-vaccination would be risk stratified, and those with moderate to high risk started on preventative measures. Unfortunately, since the risk of sudden death post-vaccine has not been generally recognized and has therefore not been studied, there is no data to allow for risk stratification.
In the absence of a risk-stratified approach, patients may wish to discuss the following interventions with a trusted healthcare provider:
- Daily low-dose aspirin (81 mg)
- Nattokinase (100-200 mg twice daily) (in those with low risk of bleeding)
- Omega-3 fatty acids (2-4 g daily)
- Resveratrol or flavonoid combination supplement
- Diet modulation (Low-carb, high-fat diet, low in omega-6 vegetable oils, avoiding processed foods)
In addition, since many deaths seem to occur during physical activity (think about the rash of sudden deaths in soccer players), vigorous physical activity (especially for younger people) should be avoided for at least 3 weeks following vaccination or boosting.
“Can we promise this will mitigate your risk? No. Do we think it’s going to save your life? No,” says Dr. Kory. “But these are potential protective interventions that are common sense, safe, pragmatic things you can do in the hopes of preventing such life-threatening events.”
To read more, see ‘An Approach to Managing Post-Vaccine Syndrome’.’https://covid19criticalcare.com/reducing-cardiac-risk-after-covid-19-vaccination/
‘Russian politician and businessman Pavel Antov was found lying in a pool of blood outside a hotel in eastern India on Monday, just days after his friend, Vladimir Bidenov, died at the same hotel.
Antov was a member of the legislative assembly of the Vladimir Region and founded the Vladimir Standard meat processing plant. He was ranked as the richest civil servant in Russia in 2019, with an income of 9.97 billion rubles.
“Our colleague, a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist Pavel Antov passed away. On behalf of the deputies of the United Russia faction, I express my deep condolences to relatives and friends,” said Vice Speaker of the Regional Parliament Vyacheslav Kartukhin.’https://www.jpost.com/international/article-725924
The following was written by Inglis Fleming (1859-1955) (One of his grandsons was Pete Fleming, one of the five missionaries killed by the Auca Indians in 1956.)
‘”Let the saints be joyful in glory: let them sing aloud upon their beds.” Psa. 149:5. “Any bird can sing in the daytime; God gives songs in the night,” it has been remarked.
Above all the power of trial and weariness and pain, the Holy Spirit of God can lift the suffering Christian, so that “in the night” of testing and “upon their beds” of affliction, they may sing aloud with joy.
Happy is the believer who, confident in his God, can thus rise above his present circumstances and rejoice in the Lord. Such an one, in the spirit of Habakkuk of old, may exultingly say,
“Although the fig tree shall not blossom, neither shall fruit be in the vines; the labor of the olive shall fail, and the fields shall yield no meat; the flock shall be cut off from the fold, and there shall be no herd in the stalls: yet I will rejoice in the LORD, I will joy in the God of my salvation. The LORD God is my strength, and He will make my feet like hinds’ feet, and He will make me to walk upon mine high places.” Hab. 3:17-19.
To the Jew, the fig tree, the vine, the olive, the fields, the flocks and the herds spoke of prosperity. Without these and their produce, famine would stare them in the face. Habakkuk’s confidence is of a marked character therefore. Is not such faith to be followed? May we not say that it honors God and is delighted in by Him?
“How great is Thy goodness,” exclaims David, “which Thou hast laid up for them that fear Thee; which Thou hast wrought for them that trust in Thee before the sons of men!” Psa. 31:19.
Paul could write from the Roman imprisonment which he was enduring, “Rejoice in the Lord alway: and again I say, Rejoice.” Phil. 4:4.
“Songs in the night” are these. And perhaps the night seasons are allowed to come upon us in order that such songs may rise from our hearts.
Amid the changing circumstances of life we may not be able to rejoice in them, but the Lord in His all-sufficiency is above all circumstances. In Him let us rejoice, as we journey on to our everlasting portion.
“And there in mine inheritance,
My kingly palace home:
The leaf may fall and wither,
Not less the spring will come.
Like winds and rains of winter,
These earthly sighs and tears,
Till the golden summer dawneth
Of the endless year of years.”‘https://www.wholesomewords.org/etexts/fleming/songs1.html
‘The MAID program in Canada — Medical Assistance in Dying — has become a leading cause of death for our neighbors to the north. Recent reports estimate 10,000 Canadiens died from medically assisted suicide last year, but Rebel News’ Sheila Gunn Reid tells Glenn that number may be under-reported. In this clip, Reid joins Glenn to expose just how SHOCKING Canada’s MAID program truly is. She previews how it’s getting even WORSE, explains how socialized medicine is to blame, and theorizes why this kind of evil is happening at all…’
Genesis 1:27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
‘Canada’s dystopian love affair with State-assisted dying grows more chilling by the day.
Fashion house La Maison Simons has produced a (now deleted) three-minute advertisement promoting euthanasia as a trendy, progressive lifestyle choice.
The ad presents state-sponsored MAiD (Medical Assistance in Dying) as ‘the most beautiful exit’.
‘Dying in a hospital is not what’s natural. That’s not what’s soft. In these kinds of moments, you need softness,’ the advertisement’s narrator says.
Viewers are told that, ‘Last breaths are sacred…’ as the narrator, an attractive woman in a wheelchair, is shown on a picturesque beach.
‘I spent my life filling my heart with beauty, with nature, with connection. I choose to fill my final moments with the same,’ she says.
‘When I imagine my final days, I see bubbles. I see the ocean. I see music. Even now, as I seek help to end my life, there is still so much beauty. You just have to be brave enough to see it.’
The narration – backed by an inspirational musical score – is set to beautiful images of bubbles, candle-lit forests, beaches with luminescent whale and jellyfish puppets, and friends gathering around in support.
The advertisement ends with a dedication to the 37-year-old narrator who ended her life with help from the State in October.
‘Jennyfer Hatch – 1985 to October 2022.’
Oh, and there’s a small logo of La Maison Simons – the fashion retailer. If you’re not busy this afternoon being euthanised by the State, we recommend you check out some of their winter fashions.
Jennyfer Hatch wasn’t terminally ill when she applied to be euthanised. She had reportedly spent years trying to get treatment for chronic pain caused by an inherited disorder that affects connective tissue.
She eventually applied for MAiD and was approved within weeks.
When it comes to healthcare, dying is fast becoming what the Canadians do best.
The callous message goes something along the lines of ‘you can spend years seeking medical treatment and get nowhere, or you can apply for euthanasia and receive help within weeks’.
Five-time Paralympics champion Christine Gauthier shocked Canadians last week when she told a parliamentary committee how she was offered MAiD when she complained to the Veterans Affairs department about a delay installing a wheelchair ramp at her home.
‘I have a letter saying that if you’re so desperate, madam, we can offer you MAiD, medical assistance in dying,’ she was told.
No doubt, this is an alarming escalation.
Where’s my wheelchair ramp?
It’s on backorder. Would you like to die instead?
They shouldn’t call it assisted suicide. It should be called Very-Assisted suicide.
In case it sounded like an unlikely, isolated instance, Veterans Minister Lawrence MacAulay told Parliament she knew of at least four other military veterans similarly offered the death option without ever requesting it.
Can’t help you live. Happy to help you die. So thoughtful of the government…!
The only good thing that can be said about these shocking cases is that death was offered, not mandated.
Anyway, producers of the ‘death is beautiful, everyone should try it at least once’ advertisement didn’t seem bothered by the fact there are people who wouldn’t have needed to experience the beauty of death if they’d been offered a bit of government help to live.
Death is the latest fashion, and corporations are now advertising for people to try it on.
La Maison Simons executive Peter Simons said the objective in shooting the video was to ‘truly reflect on who we want to be as a company’.
A lot of things came to mind, none of them complimentary.
Simons said the company had made ‘the courageous choice to use the privilege of our voice and platform to create something meaningful, something that is less about commerce and more about connection’.
It’s a pretty revealing insight into where Western culture is at right now – a respected corporation parading its Woke credentials by cheering vulnerable people to consider an early death out of … kindness?
The unifying feature across all progressive ideology today is fundamentally anti-human.
Whether it’s the mad panic to get to Net Zero – irrespective of the human cost – or the gender botherers’ relentless campaign to strip the term ‘woman’ of all meaning, progressivism is at war with humanity.
Abortion was sold to us as being safe, legal, and rare. Now progressives insist that anything other than abortion up until birth, for any reason at all, is a violation of human rights.
Same-sex marriage was sold to us as being about love and equality. Within a few short years of its legalisation, our finest political minds cannot say for sure what a woman is.
It’s been quite the slippery slope.
The La Maison Simons advertisement comes just three months before Canada intends to legalise euthanasia for people with mental health issues.
In less time than it takes a child to complete primary school, Canada went from legalised euthanasia for terminally ill people suffering intolerable pain and with the end in sight, to euthanasia for sad people.
There is already talk that the next ‘reform’ should be to give children access death services, and without parental consent.
Of course, the legislation being considered does not call children ‘children’. One of the charms of progressivism is its linguistic gymnastics that make it easy to forget what one is actually talking about.
Children are referred to as ‘mature minors’ (which is an oxymoron) without any detail as to what constitutes mature, or who decides.
Dying with Dignity responsibly recommends that the legislation should only apply to mature minors ‘at least 12 years of age and capable of making decisions with respect to their health’.
It begs the question, if we are going to allow euthanasia for 12-year-olds, why not 11-year-olds? And if for 11-year-olds, would we really deny death to depressed 10-year-olds?
Dying with Dignity insist it would only be in very rare instances that a child would access Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD).
And if you believe that, I’ve got a bridge to sell you.
MAiD’s first year of operation in 2017 saw 2,838 people opted for assisted suicide, according to a government report.
Five years later the number of assisted suicides had ballooned to 10,064 and accounted for more than 3 percent of all deaths in Canada.
I know. I know. I’m sounding anti-death. I’ll try to look on the bright side.
Here’s the good news…
Canada’s Parliamentary Budget Officer issued a report in October 2020 stating that MAiD would cut healthcare costs by more than $66 million.
Others – including Aaron Trachtenberg, a research fellow and a doctor at the University of Manitoba, and Braden Manns, a health economist, and nephrologist at the University of Calgary – have predicted that MAiD could save the health budget up to $100 million annually.
It’s only a matter of time before the Canadian government starts asking citizens to kill themselves to save lives.
And then – having killed the elderly, the miserable, and the disabled – they will be able to boast that they have the best healthcare system in the world, since everyone left alive is well.
You think I’m joking?
Iceland boasts about having ‘eradicated’ Down Syndrome. The unspoken part is that they have done this by aborting almost all unborn babies that test positive for the syndrome.
As Mother Teresa once said (paraphrased): ‘There is no poverty like Western poverty.’
Having abandoned belief in God, we now see ourselves as no more than an evolved species in an accidental biosphere.
When Nietzsche said that ‘God is dead’, he wasn’t celebrating a liberating insight, he was just pointing out that humans are utterly alone in a cold and uncaring universe.
This nihilism is pervading our increasing secular world.
State-assisted suicide is now so progressive, so cool and so modern that corporations believe their brands are enhanced by promoting it.
You have to wonder if, as a society, we have reached some sort of non-adaptive tipping point.’https://spectator.com.au/2022/12/death-a-dystopian-love-affair/
The following video is one of many that have been produced to encourage the reading and hearing of the Word of God. Whether you know the Lord Jesus or not these videos will be a benefit to your life.
I recently received these quotes in an email and thought they were worth sharing. Our world is definitely rushing to its end as prophesied in the Word with more hatred each day toward their Creator. If you don’t know the Lord Jesus as your personal Savior take care of that situation today! John 3:36 He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on him.
Bill Sunday is quoted saying:
“When is a revival needed? When carelessness and unconcern keep the people asleep.”
“Whenever a day comes when I can stand and preach God’s Word without an agony of anxiety lest the
people will not accept Christ; whenever a day comes when I can see men and women coming down the
aisles without joy in my heart, I’ll quit preaching.”
“The church is not a dormitory for sleepers, it is an institution for workers; it is not a rest camp, it is a
front line trench.”
“One reason sin flourishes is that it is treated like a cream puff instead of a rattlesnake.”
“Let’s quit fiddling with religion and do something to bring the world to Christ.”
“The backslider likes the preaching that wouldn’t hit the side of a house, while the real disciple is delighted when the truth brings him to his knees.”
“The Bible will always be full of things you cannot understand, as long as you will not live according to those you can understand.”