Dr Aseem Malhotra is a consultant cardiologist and he’s calling for an end to mandatory vaccination while we investigate new results suggesting inflammatory blood markers are raised by the mRNA vaccines.
“We know now that heart attacks are an inflammatory condition.”
These same markers are used to estimate what the risk of a heart attack is. And the new higher markers hint that in this group of 500 patients, the 5 year risk of a heart attack has doubled, from 11% to 25%. They only followed these patients for 2.5 months, so the increased risk may well be temporary (apart from all the boosters, eh?).
We’ll just have to wait for the five year results from Pfizer, sometime in 2082 or so.
Even so, Dr Malhotra points out that in the UK there have been 10,000 excess non-Covid deaths — many of which were due to heart attack and stroke. If the mRNA vaccines were increasing the risk of heart attacks, even temporarily, this would explain some of the excess deaths. Inflammation might be temporary, but death usually isn’t.
A few days after these ominous results came out, a whistleblower and researcher from a different group contacted Dr Aseem Malhotra to say that in imaging studies they have found inflammation in the coronary arteries after vaccination. But they decided not to publish this yet because they are afraid of losing future grant money from the drug industry. The whistleblower was quite upset about this. Understandably.
How many other researchers and doctors are sitting on results too unpleasant to publish? …
Caveat Emptor: Covid itself increases inflammatory markers, and probably a lot more than the vaccines, most of the time. But we also have other options, treatments, antivirals and weapons against Covid (like Melatonin, Vitamin D, B6, Budenoside, and of course, Ivermectin). And those other treatments don’t raise the risks of heart attacks in most people. Let’s just do informed consent, eh?
Right now, we don’t know if the PULS heart attack score is accurate in vaccinated people. Vaccination may push up some of those markers temporarily. Theoretically it may also pump up the markers without necessarily affecting the underlying risk as much as whatever normal processes that push up those markers does. But the opposite is also true. PULS may underestimate the risk of heart attacks in vaccinated people.
And there are plenty of reasons to think that markers like IL-16 are not just a proxy for heart risk, but actively involved in it.
No wonder Dr Malhotra calls for an end to mandatory vaccination.
Experimental vaccines, no long term studies, no studies by financially dis-interested parties, corruption — what did you expect?