The Mexican Health Secretary,
Dr. Jorge Alcocer Varela, mentioned that the patient was treated at the INER (National Institute of Respiratory Diseases), that samples were taken and that one was positive for H5N2 - PCR, I suppose- he mentions that the patient was diabetic and had kidney problems.

Why are they looking for that virus? Because having such cormobilities, can be anything, had seen reports of those illness as adverse event from Covid-19 inyection, though.

He pointed out that the communiqué made by the WHO, is pretty bad, because it was not a fatal case of the virus, he died from other causes not yet determined.

Details that the media will not mention, and well, we already know how the matter is going to evolve 🙄
 
This should open the floodgates:

COVID- (mRNA) Vaccines cannot be mandated -- 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
Big Pharma manufacturers of the COVID -19 mRNA "vaccines" have lost their shield from product liability, after the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the mRNA shots are NOT VACCINES, but rather "Treatments."

The 9th Circuit said it's not a vaccine if the claim isn't to "PREVENT THE SPREAD" of a disease.

COVID shots were claimed to "reduce symptoms" and prevent hospitalization. Those claims make it a TREATMENT.

The case involved the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) mandating their people get the "vaccine."

But the 9th circuit, in a very detailed and complex ruling said the US District Court ERRED because this particular "vaccine" did not "prevent the spread of disease."

Ty and Charlene Bollinger are also reporting on this especially as their latest 8-part vaccine expose, REMEDY, is wrapping up:
And to validate an important premise in several episodes of REMEDY, namely that the COVID-19 injections are not vaccines, in a landmark decision, the 9th Circuit Court recently ruled that COVID-19 injections do not qualify as vaccines.

The ruling stems from a lawsuit challenging the classification of COVID-19 mRNA injections, such as those developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, as vaccines. Plaintiffs argued that these injections should not be categorized as vaccines due to their novel mechanism of action, which differs fundamentally from traditional vaccines. And the 9th Circuit agreed with the plaintiffs. That is HUGE news folks!

>> Groundbreaking Decision from the 9th Circuit <<
 

"It looks like deception may have been going on a very long time before “covid vaccines” were a thing.

If Katherine Watt is right, there are entire administrative processes that exist only on paper, but there are no staff overseeing the technical aspects implied. Effectively, no practical regulation of vaccines (safety, efficacy and quality) has ever existed.

Nothing would surprise me anymore. After all, as I have said repeatedly, there are in the “covid-19 vaccines” numerous, independent, unnecessary and (to those with relevant expertise) obvious toxicity risks, none of which have been evaluated (because they’re intentional, they’re there by design).

Dr. Mike Yeadon on Telegram, 11 June 2024"
 
If Katherine Watt is right, there are entire administrative processes that exist only on paper, but there are no staff overseeing the technical aspects implied. Effectively, no practical regulation of vaccines (safety, efficacy and quality) has ever existed.

Here is her full substack article that was referenced by expose news, and what Watt said is that it was one of her substack readers who has researched this and an exchange resulted.

Watt starts out by saying:

One of the questions the reader is trying to answer has to do with whether biological regulation authority was ever statutorily established by Congress, for NIH and its precursor organizations, going back to the late 1800s.

Had not realized it stretched that far back, however here is what developed:


Watt: I sent her a reply with my hypothesis about why NIH and FDA lie about their origins and evolution.

…The "why they are lying" question is one that I've been mulling for a few months.

My hypothesis is that they have maintained a bunch of empty office buildings that serve only as mailing addresses (virtual mailboxes), without having any actual technical staff, laboratory equipment, or application and sample processing procedures.

They do that so that they can have fake forms for vaccine manufacturers to fill out. These included both the establishment license application, ELA, and product license application, PLA, from 1973 to the mid-1990s.

The ELA+PLA application process became, in the mid-1990s, the biologics license application, or BLA, by eliminating even the ostensible/fake requirement for establishment inspections and licensing, and by breaking up the "responsible head" at the factories, into multiple responsible people, so that no one would be responsible.

The factory employees, who are also just a handful of paper pushers with no scientific knowledge or responsibility, in a building whose equipment just makes immunotoxic junk and puts it in vials and slaps labels on it, filled out the application forms and mailed them to the FDA addresses (Bureau of Biologics in 1973, all its NIH predecessors and FDA successors, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research-CBER now).

The application forms arrived at that address where another one or two paper pushers put them in a filing cabinet and then shredded them a few years later.

Since the advent of electronic filing systems, the application and licensing forms have been filed, transferred and stored electronically, and deleted at regular intervals.

There are no technicians in the buildings, there's no equipment, no sample testing occurs.
It's all a front: statutes, regulations, procedures, application forms, buildings, addresses, offices, labs, approved applications and licenses sent by FDA back to the factories, everything.

A handful of people at pharma companies know it.

A handful of people at FDA know it.

And everyone else just assumes that a different, specialized department with specialized staff, equipment and procedures, is handling it somewhere in the factory, and somewhere within FDA.

Wiki edits state that:

The FDA's headquarters is located in unincorporated White Oak, Maryland.[5] The agency has 223 field offices and 13 laboratories located across the 50 states, the United States Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.[6] In 2008, the FDA began to post employees to foreign countries, including China, India, Costa Rica, Chile, Belgium, and the United Kingdom.[7]

Posted or outsourced?

One can read further on their White Oak Federal Research Center ("10,987 employees housed in approximately 3,800,000 square feet (350,000 square metres) of space, divided into ten offices and four laboratory buildings.") and their Scope of Funding (which many know here):

Scope and funding​

As of 2021, the FDA had responsibility for overseeing $2.7 trillion in food, medical, and tobacco products. Some 54% of its budget derives from the federal government, and 46% is covered by industry user fees for FDA services. For example, pharmaceutical firms pay fees to expedite drug reviews.

According to Forbes, pharmaceutical firms provide 75% of the FDA's drug review budget.

You can also see from wiki that they have many buildings, although I've never met anyone who works there, albeit many faces claim they do. Whatever the case, that is a mind numbing number they have oversight of.

Below the last quote, Watt's offers up the following (well cited at the end):

Nov. 1995 - Clinton-Gore National Performance Review, Reinventing the Regulation of Drugs Made from Biotechnology:

Revision of the Requirements for a Responsible Head for Biological Establishments
Background: Manufacturers of biological products are required to name a "Responsible Head" who is to exercise control of the manufacturing establishment in all matters relating to compliance with the regulations and who is to represent the manufacturer in all dealings with FDA. This individual must have an understanding of the scientific principles and techniques related to the manufacture of biological products…
Today, however, manufacturers of biological products tend to be larger firms with more manufacturing locations and more complex corporate structures. Most companies do not have one person with the knowledge to represent a company in all matters, but instead have several people with expertise in regulatory affairs, manufacturing, and medical issues…
FDA proposes to revise its requirements for a "Responsible Head" to allow more flexibility to assign control and oversight responsibility within a company…
Firms will be able to divide management responsibility among appropriate regulatory, medical, or manufacturing staff…

FDA employee-wise:

Tierney kicked off the webinar by noting that the FDA’s headcount has grown by about 9% between 2019 and 2022 — increasing from around 17,000 employees to now more than 19,000. The agency is planning on doubling down on that growth by adding another 2,000 employees.

A curious organization to be sure, and they hold a lot of rubber stamps.

FDA scientists complain to Obama of 'corruption' :lol: (Pot Kettle)
 
This should open the floodgates:
Big Pharma manufacturers of the COVID -19 mRNA "vaccines" have lost their shield from product liability, after the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the mRNA shots are NOT VACCINES, but rather "Treatments."
From what I understand, that is what the plaintiffs were arguing, but it is not the ruling of the court.

I will quote here a legal commentary on where this stands at the moment. From a fact checking site, No, the 9th Circuit didn’t rule vaccine mandates unconstitut

The precedent they talk about is the 1905 smallpox vaccine mandate, which was ruled constitutional.

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on June 7 ruled only that the lawsuit filed against the Los Angeles Unified School District could move forward. It overturned a lower court decision to dismiss the lawsuit, which was brought by the nonprofit Health Freedom Defense Fund, which advocates against vaccine mandates, and employees who opposed the district’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate.


"The court did not rule on the legitimacy or accuracy of the plaintiffs’ factual allegations about the vaccines, such as their claims that the vaccines do not prevent transmission," said Stacey B. Lee, a law and ethics professor at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.


Both Lee and Dorit Reiss, a vaccine policy expert at University of California Law, San Francisco, told PolitiFact that the court didn’t directly address the constitutionality of vaccine mandates.


"The question before the court was whether the district court was right to dismiss the case without letting it go to fact finding," Reiss said.


That question had two main parts: Did the school district’s decision to revoke the mandate render the case moot? And did the lower court correctly apply a U.S. Supreme Court precedent related to vaccine requirements?


"We vacate the district court’s order dismissing this claim and remand for further proceedings under the correct legal standard," Judge Ryan Nelson wrote in the court’s 2-1 decision.
 
One for Aussie viewers: at 8:45pm tonight, 7 News Spotlight will be investigating the COVID response. In the short preview below, it looks like some hard hitting questions are put to the panel. There's a mystery hook to get attention at the end of the preview. Might be worth watching.

 
It seems that covid variants are doing the rounds or perhaps another strain of virus ? Lots of people going down with upper respiratory infection of quite a severe nature -accompanied by hi fever /sweating -I noticed alot of people also in uk presenting with this also most have tested positive for covid - good sense to pay heed and stick with the protocols as safety and protection measures - personally Im stepping back from playing music in pub sessions - we re in the tourist season here and every where is very crowded ! cold and damp here in w ireland !
 
Here in Germany as well. I have tried to look at it analytically, also in relation to my own symptoms.
Since March there has been a high pollen load/exposure probably due to chemtrails/ rain and darkness since October 23/ new corona mutation
It was a big problem in my practice to differentiate and assign symptoms. The enormously high number of multiple inflammations per person was striking. I myself have the feeling that I have been under constant virus attack for months. Diarrhea, jaw cysts, pain in the right hip joint, sciatica on the right, pain in large joints..... a colorful picture.
Several colleagues confirmed to me that every third patient in the practices now has an inflammation of the sacroiliac joint and we have no therapeutic option.
Since 2 months there is a strongly increasing curve for Corona with different symptoms. Some have eye inflammation without signs of a cold. Others became very ill within minutes and were in bed for 2 weeks with flu symptoms. I hear that many have pneumonia, embolisms, dizziness. Another interesting area is spontaneous fractures of the base of the 5th metatarsal, tendon ruptures. We know many people who suddenly have holes in their hearts. Patients with multiple apoplexies who recover relatively well.
In terms of age, it is the 35 - 65 age group.
It feels like everyone here has diarrhea and dizziness.
The connection between MCAS, POTS, MIC-A, dysautonomia, Danlos Ehlers syndrome and the microbiome is interesting.
 
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