• Mon. May 20th, 2024

Leaked Video Suggests Israeli Health Officials Covered Up Serious Safety Problems With Pfizer COVID Vaccine

A leaked video recording reveals researchers in June shared data with the Israeli Ministry of Health showing serious and long-term side effects associated with Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, but Israeli health officials told the public in an August report that serious side effects were “rare” and short-term.

The leaked video recording reveals researchers in June shared data on Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine with the Israeli Ministry of Health, which revealed serious and long-term adverse effects linked to the vaccine, but Israeli health authorities claimed in an August report that significant adverse effects were “rare” and short-term.

A recently released video shows that researchers informed the Israeli Ministry of Health (MOH) in June about serious and long-term side effects connected to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.

The MOH later did not reveal the researchers’ findings to the expert committee that gathered in order to decide whether or not to recommend the vaccine for children 5 and under. Furthermore, they neglected disclosing this information to leaders of Israel’s COVID-19 vaccine booster program.

“In fact, the report completely contradicts what was said in this discussion,” Retsef Levi, Ph.D., a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and member of the Israeli Public Emergency Council for the Covid19 Crisis, told GB News in an Aug. 21 

Yaffa Shir-Raz, Ph.D., health communication and pharmaceutical companies public relations strategy researcher at Reichman University in Herzliya, Israel, translated the June meeting from Hebrew into English.

The researchers’ findings were described in a press release as posing “a potential legal risk” because they contradicted MOH’s claims that serious side effects are rare and short-term, according to the English translation. According to a tweet by Shir-Raz on September 1, an excerpt from the recorded meeting in which the research team warned MOH officials about the legal ramifications of the team’s findings was published.

According to the recording, the researchers informed MOH officials about numerous serious and long-term negative side effects of the Pfizer vaccine, including ones that Pfizer didn’t list on the patient leaflet, like digestive side effects – especially stomach ache in youngsters – and back discomfort.

The researchers’ findings were described in a press release as posing “a potential legal risk” because they contradicted MOH’s claims that serious side effects are rare and short-term, according to the English translation. According to a tweet by Shir-Raz on September 1, an excerpt from the recorded meeting in which the research team warned MOH officials about the legal ramifications of the team’s findings was published.

According to the recording, the researchers informed MOH officials about numerous serious and long-term negative side effects of the Pfizer vaccine, including ones that Pfizer didn’t list on the patient leaflet, like digestive side effects – especially stomach ache in youngsters – and back discomfort.

Additionally, Levi told GB News:

“On the free text part of the form, where patients were allowed to report whatever they wanted to, they [the researchers] observed and got many, many reports of neurological side effects — some not currently listed by Pfizer as side effects of the vaccine.”

The researchers also noted many instances of what Levi called the “re-challenge phenomenon,” or the recurrence or worsening of a side effect following multiple doses of the vaccine, which they said indicated there was a causal link between the vaccine and various adverse effects.

“The research team repeatedly stressed during the discussion,” Shir-Raz said in her translation and summary in English, “that their findings indicate that — contrary to what we were told so far — in many cases, serious adverse events are long-term, that last weeks, months, a year, or even more, and in some cases — ongoing, so that the side effect still lasted when the study was over.”

Shir-Raz said the side effects included, but were not limited to, menstrual irregularities and various neurological side effects. These symptoms also include: muscle-skeletal injuries; GI problems; kidney and urinary system adverse events. According to Levi’s extensive review of the meeting footage, it is clear that the researchers feel a great deal of concern for their findings and they are struggling with whether or not this information should be made public knowledge.

The researchers informed MOH officials about their findings, which contradicted the MOH’s prior assertions that the vaccine was safe and that side effects were both rare and short-lasting.

According to the video’s English subtitles, according to 50% of the reports in which a length was specified by the individual, the duration was over six months.

According to Levi, in the majority of neurological cases that referenced a timeline, 65% said their symptoms were ongoing.

“Now it turns out that the reality is not what the narrative was promoting,” Levi said. “The side effects are long-term and serious.”

The research team told the MOH officials:

“You have to think very very carefully about how you communicate this to the public because you may open yourself to legal lawsuits and liability issues because what you promoted is, in fact, not the reality in what we see in the reports.”

Despite the significance of this debate, MOH’s Dr. Sharon Alroy-Preis, who was in charge of public health services at the time and signed the contract with Pfizer, was not there for the meeting. The researchers repeatedly requested that MOH officials ensure that Dr. Alroy-Preis saw their findings.

In December 2021, the MOH appointed the Shamir Medical Center team of researchers with expertise in pharmacovigilance to analyze data from the newly launched adverse effects reporting system.

Israel began the COVID-19 vaccination campaign in 2020, but it did not have a system to report adverse effects until the end of 2021.

The fact that the original presentation made by the safety team was not released has prompted criticism from members of the public, as well as researchers and advocates for vaccine safety.” “Why didn’t they release the original presentation made by the safety team?” asks executive director of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation Paul Kirsch in a Sept. 2 Substack post.

“There should be an investigation as soon as possible into what occurred, but Nitzan Horowitz, the head of the MoH, isn’t demanding one,” he added.

“The precautionary principle of medicine now demands an immediate halt to the COVID vaccination program,” Kirsch said.

Kirsch also commented on the lack of media coverage of the Israeli researchers’ findings:

Dr. Sharon Alroy-Preis, the Health Ministry’s head of public services and a top COVID adviser to the Israeli government, issued no public statement.

Leaders of our ‘trusted institutions’ all over the world said absolutely nothing after the news broke on August 20, 2022.

This suggests that there is widespread corruption in the medical community, government agencies, among public health officials, the mainstream media, and social media companies worldwide: they will not acknowledge any event that goes against the mainstream narrative.

This is a level of corruption is unprecedented. The atrocities here are clear-cut.

“Everyone should be speaking out and calling for a full investigation and fully evaluating the safety data collected by the Israel government.”

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