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Thank you for this info. I read this after your other article referencing your April 2020 publication with all the references to the other Authors research papers. I really, really want to present all the data I've read and collected in the last two years, to my Alma Marter University MS Integrative Genomics Program but they have all been injected and have even written for and recieved, I beliece NIH funding for futher SARS-COV 2 investigation. Dr, should I present my extensive research to them or not? I really have nothing to lose or nothing that can be taken away. I'm just a 32 University Science and Medicine indepent (exclusively for self) researcher sitting at home waitng this out. Any comments or suggestions are greatly appreciated as I feel quite alone you know.

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Dawn, I would send them a few questions and ask their professional advice, as in "can this correct, can you help me find data that we surely have to counter?"

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Nov 19, 2021Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

The high 1 and 2 dose counts for Gibraltar don't make sense - at least some of those doses must have gone to non-citizens, or they were "injected" into the trash can to make the numbers look good. It's not clear from the Public Health website that the gov aggressively promoted the vax to citizens on the first go-round.

As for the booster campaign, it's going more slowly than the initial roll-out (about 2k shots per week instead of 3k) - https://healthygibraltar.org/campaigns/preventing-infection/weekly-covid-vaccine-statistics/ - so there's plenty of people still outside of the "infection efficacy window" of the first course. But who knows, maybe they all actually have natural immunity anyway - Gibraltar is isolated, but it is also super-dense.

I did have a notion that this wave might be false positives from pre-booster screening, but local news contradicts that https://www.chronicle.gi/govt-publishes-new-guidance-for-private-events-this-festive-period/ - only 5% asymptomatic, apparently. Still, I wonder it the "wave" is just a ploy to forward the Dark Winter narrative and more aggressive booster uptake. It can't be hard to fake-report 60 PCR test results a day.

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Oh and as always these could be tests accompanying AEs from the shots - particularly with such a high rate of "symptoms" per test...

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Hi, Brian - I looked for testing data specific to Gibraltar. Found none. With Dr. Sin Hang Lee's estimate of 91% false positive rates in the use of high-Ct threshold PCR, I would say yes the # cases might be far fewer. One wonders if a shift in testing is responsible. That's why we should sequence https://ipaknowledge.org/naat-evaluation-consortium.php

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I think the conjecture is that the bad news is being suppressed to avoid discouraging people from getting vaccinated. Supposing this as a ploy to encourage vaccines may work, but at some point, saying "we're having huge surges" and "Oh yes and this country has been highly vaccinated" will stop being mere coincidence and something that undercuts the solution of "Apply more boosters."

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They have for obvious reason large numbers of Spanish crossing in daily for work. They vaccinated many of these hence vaccinated more than 100% of total population.

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Right. In the end it doesn't seem like the gov knows are cares about the real rate among citizens; but the "doom and boosters" / "Dark Winter" script is being handed out to every country at once now, so they are following along

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what is the game those kids are playing?

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Click on the image to read about it - Cheers

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Ok and thank you.

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Great article

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To me it seems obvious that something else is going on, every country that receives vx see death spikes soon after... doesn't take a genius to know that given the PCR cannot detect infection, that the vx is causing reaction that triggers the PCR... plus only people that believe in the scam will be the ones tested and also more likely to be the vxd... so the claim of cases is moot as it always has been, or more correctly, fraud in high degree...

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Are you sure they did not inject the virus instead of a vaccine? It certainly looks like it. In the Belgian paper was a strange coincidence this week. Some person stated that you could already see the boosters at work as they had jabbed all the 80 + and retirement homes. Right underneath was the graph which said exactly the opposite.

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