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Steve Kirsch: CDC FORGOT to warn the public that COVID-19 vaccines cause DEMENTIA


Vaccine Safety Research Foundation founder Steve Kirsch recently found that the number of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine recipients having dementia had increased 1,000 times. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is currently the seventh leading cause of death and one of the major causes of disability and dependency among older people globally.

Article by Belle Carter, republished with permission from Naturalnews.com

The data is all out in the open but may have been covered up or agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) may have failed to inform the public. But Kirsch took the liberty to check and it took him just a few seconds to uncover the truth. From the graph on the National Vaccine Information Center website, he found 998 cases where the brain condition was symptomatic as against the types of vaccines from the Dec. 29, 2023 release of Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) data.

He further explained that the calculation is relative to the average vaccine and not against all vaccines in history combined. It would be important to note that many of these vaccines have far more doses than the coronavirus vaccine and if that is considered, the difference would be more extreme, Kirsch added.

“The results are self-explanatory: the COVID-19 vaccines cause dementia,” Kirsch concluded in his Substack newsletter dated Jan. 30. “Anyone who tells you that ‘correlation isn’t causation’ should explain the actual cause of this if it wasn’t the COVID-19 vaccine.” He also said that no one would even want to go on a debate with him on this because nobody would want to talk about the truth. Worse, the mainstream media would not even cover and report this.

The independent investigator further reminded that people who want to get an immigration visa to the U.S. would be required to take the COVID-19 vaccine. “So you can get dementia too!” he added. And unlike other shots, no medical conditions would allow an individual to opt out of the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. What is more stunning, he said, is that the said jabs are recommended especially to pregnant women. And this is despite nurse Michelle Gershman’s bombshell revelation that it can increase the rate of fetal demise by 50 times or more. Finally, he still recommended religious exemption to those who wished not to take the jabs. But almost no one gets approved as per observers.

Back in August last year, Kirsch also released a report that COVID-19 vaccines are linked to a 2,500 percent increased risk of early onset dementia. He spoke to a charge nurse at a rehabilitation and long-term elderly care facility who told him what she is now seeing in terms of the sheer number of new dementia cases cropping up all around her. Before the pandemic, the healthcare professional would rarely see anyone suddenly exhibit dementia-like behaviors including sudden onset hallucinations for no apparent reason. Just a year or two after the roll-out of vaccines, the nurse has seen early onset dementia symptoms appear nearly 50 times, which represents a 25-fold increase in the illness rate. (Related: COVID jabs linked to 2,500% increased risk of early onset dementia.)

Drug manufacturers craft cures to injuries that their COVID-19 vaccines brought

At one point in the testimonials during the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic hearing earlier in January, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) raised a concern apart from the given and proven fact that the “shots” contained foreign spike proteins that harm the body systems and create blood clots. Controversial doctors Peter McCullough, Ryan Cole and Kirk Milhoan have cited several studies proving these are true but lamented how President Joe Biden’s government agencies ignored them. Another point is that the Big Pharma companies seem to have manufactured medications and vaccines that would “cure” the adverse reactions brought about by the COVID-19 shots.

Green even quoted Big Pharma: “‘Sell the disease and then sell the cure. And their friends in Congress, in turn, force Americans to pay for it. This is how Washington works in many cases.’ Is it fair to say then that these vaccine manufacturers created these vaccines with synthetic mRNA that has created heart disease, strokes, neurological problems and everything that you’ve talked about, do these same manufacturers sell the cures for the diseases that they’re creating?”

Cole, a board-certified anatomic and clinical pathologist, did not answer directly but said he finds it ironic that major drug manufacturer Pfizer just spent $40 billion on a cancer treatment company. According to reports, since the commencement of COVID-19 vaccines, there has been an unprecedented rise in the deaths of young people between 2021 and 2022 from rapidly metastasizing and terminal cancers, according to data from the U.K.’s Office for National Statistics. Also, Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine was found to be contaminated with cancer-causing DNA fragments.

Internist and cardiologist McCullough chimed in stating that following the roll-out of the mRNA vaccines, he has never prescribed so many blood thinners in his career. “This is extraordinary. All day long, I’m confronted with blood clots of different scenarios,” he said. The early treatment proponent for coronavirus also revealed how the prices are skyrocketing for medical procedures. Recently, he has been ordering more and more cardiac magnetic resonance images (MRIs) and electrocardiograms (ECG or EKG) and seeing recurrent visits to the emergency room, especially in those who are military servicemen.

Watch the full unedited coverage of the Congressional hearing on the injuries caused by COVID-19 vaccines below.

VaccineInjuryNews.com has more stories on the adverse events of the coronavirus injections.

Sources for this article include:

WHO.int

KirschSubstack.com 1

KirschSubstack.com 2

Expose-News.com

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Steve Kirsch LIVE At The “Kirsch Auditorium” At MIT

Steve Kirsch LIVE At The "Kirsch Auditorium" At MIT

We've proudly covered Steve Kirsch many times here at WLTReport.

He's doing great work exposing the extreme dangers of the mRNA vaccine.

And in case you don't know about his background and story, he's got quite the impressive bio:

Steve Kirsch, an American entrepreneur and MIT alumnus, has made significant contributions in technology and philanthropy. His educational journey includes earning a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT in 1980​​.

Kirsch's notable achievements include co-inventing the optical mouse in 1980, a pivotal innovation in computer hardware. His entrepreneurial spirit led him to start several companies, including the search engine Infoseek, which he sold to Walt Disney Co. in 1999, and Frame Technology Corp., acquired by Adobe in 1995. He also founded Propel Software and Abaca, known for its spam filter technology. In 2011, he launched OneID, focusing on developing a digital identity system using public key cryptography​​.

Kirsch, along with his wife Michele, established a charitable foundation, contributing $75 million to various causes by 2007. His philanthropy extends to medical research, notably refocusing his foundation to support experimental treatments following his diagnosis with a rare form of cancer​​.

As we reported earlier this week, Kirsch was the guest speaker at the Kirsch Auditorium at MIT (yes, named after him) last night, and since many of you have asked for the link to watch, I wanted to give that to you here.

Fascinating presentation!

Please enjoy:

Kirsch was invited to speak at MIT by the Adam Deng and Specner Sindhusen, of the MIT Students for Open Inquiry:

Reclaiming FREE SPEECH On College Campuses! (with Adam Deng and Spencer Sindhusen)

If you have any worries that the "next generation" will ruin this country, I have good news for you....we're going to be just fine!

In fact, the next generation is in many ways looking like they might just turn things around from some of the messes made from the "Woke" people running all aspects of our society today -- and running them into the ground.

Because I see great hope after getting a chance to speak with Adam Deng and Spencer Sindhusen on my show today.

Adam and Spencer co-founded MIT Students for Open Inquiry (MSOI) a new student group on the MIT campus that is already making waves and pushing back against the Woke mind virus that has destroyed so many University cultures.

And unfortunately MIT is no exception.

So Adam and Spencer decided it was time to "fight back" -- time to speak up, and speak out to say we don't agree with the Cancel Culture waged by those currently in power!  We don't want the stifling of Free Speech!  We don't want intimidation to the point where no one will dare challenge the status quo or put forth a new idea that might go against "Woke" ideology!

Adam and Spencer wisely saw that the Woke culture is absolutely destroying our institutions.

Where the free exchange of ideas and open debate of thoughts are supposed to be the strongest, they've become virtually non-existent.  And that leads to a quick death spiral of empires.  Always has, always will.

Which is why I say I see more hope in people like Adam and Spencer who are fighting back and scoring some big wins than I do in almost all faculty and staff at these Colleges and Universities.

The same could be said for most executives in Big Business, or people running Big Pharma, and certainly those in charge of the MSM.

Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DEI) and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards are absolutely ruining creativity and intellectual expansion.  Crushing them!

So when I see good people not just speaking out but also taking action I get very excited about our future.

And I also get excited to cover them here on this platform!

So I had Adam and Spencer on my show today and I am really excited for you to hear it.

You can watch here on Rumble:

And here on YouTube:

They're already doing great thing, but they could use your support.

Please share this message and let the world know there ARE great things happening on our College Campuses and with this next generation of American leaders!

Their next event is hosting Steve Kirsch (an MIT 1980 graduate) to speak at the Kirsch Auditorium on MIT's Campus (yes, named after him) this coming Thursday, November 30th, 2023 at 6pm EST.

All those details can be found here:  https://mitsoi.com/kirsch.html

There is also a livestream you can watch (I'll be watching) if you're not able to attend locally.

Here is more on MSOI and the great work they are doing:

Meet The MIT Champions Taking Back Free Speech!

I absolutely love this story and I’m so glad to introduce it to you….and to introduce you to three brave champions of free speech fighting in one of the most inhospitable free speech climates on the planet: the College Campus.

What was once a bastion of free speech and the vigorous debate of competing ideas has now become a sewer of elitism and intolerance for any ideas not in total alignment with Far Left Wokeism.

So sad.

But three brave students are fighting back and I am so excited to shine a spotlight on what they are doing….

Meet Spencer, Adam and Isabella:

Together they’ve formed MIT Students for Open Inquiry (MSOI).

Their mission is to spread free speech by platforming dissidents and heterodox thinkers.

I have always said that a critical step in taking back our country is for good people to speak up!

We’ve been bullied into silence, shamed that if we dare speak up about conservative values that we’ll be shunned by friends, family and coworkers!

But Democracy dies in silence, and the truth is there are likely FAR MORE people who agree with conservative values but they have also been shunned and shamed and scared into silence!

We need good people to speak up and speak out!

Good lawyers…

Good doctors…

Good teachers….

Good plumbers…

Good pastors…

And especially good students on University campuses nationwide!

Enter MSOI.

Recently, they brought in Ron Paul Republican and Trump supporter Hirsh Singh, where he delivered a talk on his political journey and policy opinions.

According to an email from Deng, a trans group tried to cancel him, but they successfully defended Hirsh.

From MITSOI:

The newly-established MIT Students for Open Inquiry (MSOI) began its crusade to spread free speech with “Hirsh Singh: A Political Odyssey” on Tuesday, November 14th. Singh, a lifelong Republican and a self-described “nerd from New Jersey” with a “background in engineering”, delivered an insightful talk to a group of students, teachers, and alumni on politics from the inside, lessons learned, and his personal journey, from college inspiration to taking action.

Singh said former House Representative Ron Paul and the Mises Institute, an Austrian economics center, spurred his political involvement. He affirmed the importance of defending economic liberty and America’s founding values. Singh chose politics because “I love this country with all my heart, and I believe this country can do so much more than what has been going on”, and supported free expression: “Even if someone says something that I absolutely disagree with, I believe in the concept of letting them express it so that I can understand what I might not understand. If new information presents itself that…calls into question what I believe, I will take it under consideration and always adapt and change to be right.”

The talk included theoretical and experiential wisdom. Singh balanced hope and action, noting “You can’t actually fix the world or move it in the right direction if you’re operating from the standpoint of idealism. Idealism should be the guardrails, but you have to take what the current situation is into hand before you start actually adjusting it.” On money, he opined, “Yes, you need money for being involved in the game, but money doesn’t win anything, because you’re not convincing people by throwing money at them.”

To the youth, he conveyed a sense of gaining solidity: “If you have interest in really being political, go and dive deep into each policy issue so you can understand what you believe, because you’re not going to convince anyone else unless you’re speaking from your own personal conviction.” Singh recounted his own experiences: “When you’re young, you think you know everything, and only through going through that wringer do you actually become more capable of understanding how the world really works.” A final reassurance came with self-confidence: “Make sure you know why you stand where you stand, because if they come at you with gotcha questions, at least you know you’re standing on your own two feet.”

A Q&A session followed, in which many attendees of different perspectives asked diverse questions for Singh. The most common topic was foreign policy: Russia-Ukraine and China-Taiwan. Singh was “very much so opposed to continuing aggression in the Ukraine space” and did not want to “send American sons and daughters over to Ukraine to die.” But Taiwan, which he called “very different”, saw Singh advocate for “show[ing] firm resolve that under no circumstances are we going to allow [China] to take Taiwan. And if they understand that, then they’re not going to threaten [Taiwan’s] future.”

Singh assessed the American economy and its competition, and was “not threatened by [China’s belt and road initiative]. I actually think that we just need to bring manufacturing more back to the U.S. for core issues, and allow for diversified economic utilization of factories.” When asked about labor, Singh zoomed in on his home state and drew a nuance in unionization: “New Jersey is a very union state, and I would say that…it’s such an expensive state and…you have a bureaucratic overstep because of the unions having superior power, which is baked in the cost of a lot of things and has disconnected the original intent. So, I’m pro union worker more so than pro union.”

No MIT Students for Open Inquiry event is complete without—as the name implies—touching some taboos; when asked what the most forbidden topics in academia were, Singh’s two answers were the covid vaccine—”forcing someone to inject themselves with something that has not been fully tested or something you have a particular doubt about is anathema to America”—and questioning the 2020 election. Critically, Singh argued for free speech on third rail topics: “Whenever you try to limit someone’s speech, the bad ideas don’t disappear. They go under, and they get uglier, and they get worse.” The MSOI commends him for defending free speech.

Disagreements arose when a trans advocacy group sent an email to MIT undergrads suggesting a cancellation, saying Singh would bring “harm” and “discomfort.” The MSOI repelled these attacks on open inquiry and stood its ground, concluding the dialogue with an apt “Thank you for your free speech!” The exchange is available at the MSOI’s website, here.

Overall, the event was a big success, an intellectual stream of politics and observations, with civil discussion and audience viewpoint diversity notable. The MSOI has established a beachhead for uncommon opinions on academia’s soil, especially right-wing ones, as it continues the campaign for free speech at the math and tech capital of the world.

The video of the full event can be viewed on Odysee and Rumble.

The MSOI’s fall semester is packed with diverse speakers on diverse topics. Their events can be viewed here. The MSOI next invites Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, MIT ’87 inventor of email, systems scientist, and Independent presidential candidate to the stage.

MSOI’s founding seems to have been spurred on by the Professor Dorian Abbot cancellation.

Cancel culture struck, but in addition to just cancelling a voice it didn’t like, this time it created something new….MSOI.

The MIT Free Speech Alliance has more on the infamous cancellation:

Professor Dorian Abbot of the University of Chicago was invited to give the prestigious John Carlson Lecture at MIT, on the topic of the habitability of planets outside our Solar System. It was scheduled for October 21, 2021.  Throughout September that year, a Twitter campaign built to get him uninvited. On September 30, MIT told Professor Abbot that it was canceling his lecture.

Why was Abbot disinvited?

In 2020 Prof. Abbot made Youtube videos advocating to treat people as individuals and hiring them on that basis rather than on group identity. Then on August 12, 2021 Abbott published an op-ed in Newsweek advocating Merit, Fairness, and Equality (MFE) in place of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) for faculty hiring and promotion. A Twitter campaign was begun to get him disinvited from giving lectures at other universities. In late September, a group of MIT grad students, postdocs, and recent alumni demanded on Twitter that he be disinvited. Eight days later, the lecture was cancelled. The disinvitation was announced by Professor Robert van der Hilst, head of the Department of Earth, Atmospheric & Planetary Sciences (EAPS).  As the New York Times put it (quoted in a Reason article which is open-access):

He stressed that he talked to senior officials at M.I.T. before deciding to cancel the lecture. “It was not who shouted the loudest,” Dr. van der Hilst said. “I listened very carefully.”

Dr. van der Hilst speculated that Black students might well have been repelled if they learned of Dr. Abbot’s views on affirmative action. This lecture program was founded to explore new findings on climate science and M.I.T. has hoped to attract such students to the school. He acknowledged that these same students might well in years to come encounter professors, mentors even, who hold political views at odds with their own.

“Those are good questions but somewhat hypothetical,” Dr. van der Hilst said. “Freedom of speech goes very far but it makes civility difficult.”

The Implications of the Cancellation

MIT’s disinvitation of Professor Abbot was widely covered, including by the New York Times, Atlantic, the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, the Boston Herald, and the London Daily Mail. It was often noted that the disinvitation was a new low in university suppression of free speech: Abbot was disinvited not because of what he was going to say in his lecture, but because of his opinions expressed in unrelated writing.

According to Twitter, the group has also invited Steve Kirsch to come speak:

Of course that led to instant “reeeee-ing” from the Far Left as many were appalled at his invitation.

One reply from Twitter felt compelled to point out it was not MIT who invited him but a Student Group, to which Kirsch rightly points out that it’s likely MIT still had to approve it.

The ultimate irony is Steve Kirsch would be speaking in his “own” Auditorium!

Imagine that!

And not even welcome by most on the far-left campus:

Which only underscores the absolute importance of MSOI.

The MSOI Charter reads as follows:

We support and affirm the MIT Free Expression Statement, as well as the Chicago Principles. We further believe you have a right to offend, and no right to be free from offense; a right to be wrong, and no right or expectation that you will be shielded from views you dislike.

But a statement of rights is not enough. The MSOI is here to put these rights into action.

As MIT students, we are uniquely positioned to challenge the prevailing censorship-educational complex. The youth are MIT and America’s future. Will we let the Institute and the country be run by censorious tyrants, or by defenders of our heritage of liberty and free thinking?

It is a lonely fight. Very few organizations have the gall to challenge an establishment that demands obedience and punishes dissent. But we’ve decided that it is better to fight enforced ideological orthodoxy and suffer the consequences than live under its shadow with our careers secure, but our spirit and ideals crushed.

To this end, we will identify, expose, and neutralize the censorship-industrial complex and the stultifying groupthink it has imposed on us. We will host guest speakers who are anathema to the establishment and invite students, professors, and alumni to engage with them. We will hold student meetings, rallies, and debates to challenge our classmates to question authority and open their minds to heterodox thoughts. We will write our own news to showcase our events, spread the word, and encourage universities to embrace open inquiry.

We are determined to secure a beachhead on what has become hostile academia territory and to be the pioneers and inspiration for future free speech fighters. We will instigate the demise of the current regime of censorship and compelled speech. And we will WIN.

Brilliant!

But I would expect nothing less from MIT students.

Too bad the professors and administrators are so far gone they don’t share similar sensibilities.

But if you have ever feared for the future of our nation, understand that three brave and wise students created this organization to fight back in favor of FREE SPEECH and FREE AND OPEN EXCHANGE OF IDEAS, while the professors and administration sink farther and farther into intolerance and irrelevance.

It is students like this and free thinkers like this that can propel not only our Universities but also our Country to prominence!

Keep up the good fight MSOI, we’re rooting you on from afar!



 

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