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Covid-19 vaccine adverse reactions: Rashes, vision blurring, myocarditis, heart attack

Open letter to Malaysian Health Minister Khairy Jamaludin by Jeswan Kaur, journalist based in Malaysia:
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Elderly, young and even children - just about everyone who is breathing and kicking is being compelled to get vaccinated against the elusive Corona virus or Covid-19.
So much so that you as a servant of the people had even threatened to "make life difficult" for those who refused to take the harmful vaccine.
In your reckless haste to coerce and arm twist Malaysians into getting vaccinated, you forgot that the state is not the owner of the people's mind, body and soul. Simply put, the right to determine what goes into their body lies with an individual and not politicians.
Indeed if these hastily manufactured Covid-19 experimental vaccines are the saviour of humanity, why do the vaccine manufacturers not disclose the vaccine ingredients and perceived risks including death? Why has this become the task or responsibility of whistleblowers?
An Ipsos Malaysia study claims 80 percent of the country's population are in favour of vaccine mandates and proof of Covid-19 vaccination for travelling, eating out or going to office.
The study also revealed similar support for mandatory vaccination for anyone who is eligible.
The online study involved 20,525 adults aged under 75 across 30 countries with the Malaysian sample being 500.
Did the study ask children aged five to 11 for their opinion on the vaccine mandate? If not, why? These little ones are after all being injected with a vaccine whose contents remain a secret.
The national immunisation programme for children (PICkids) has the government setting its sight on vaccinating 3.6 million children aged five to 11 apparently to minimise the risk of infection among children and staff in schools.
Do you Mr Khairy and the government understand the anguish of parents who are trying to protect their children from being immunised with these highly intractable vaccines as seen from the refusal of parents in Kelantan?
For that matter, why did 20 percent of senior citizens in Kelantan chose not to respond to the Covid-19 vaccination after being given an appointment in May last year?
Then there is the disabled community – did the informed consent make it clear to them about the substance that was being injected into their body, the harmful effects resulting from these untested mRNA vaccines and the zero liability stance taken by the vaccine makers, doctors and governments?
It is said the road to hell is paved with good intentions. This does not reflect so when it comes to bullying tactics by the ruling government vis-a-vis the Covid-19 vaccines.
Is the Health Ministry out to set a precedent whereby the autonomy and sovereignty over one's body now belongs to the state?
If so, do then tell us what former footballer player Serbegeth Singh, actor Jit Murad and a 13-year-old student, Ravnesh Kumar, who collapsed in a lift enroute to his karate class have in common ? Did all not die of a heart attack?
While Ravnesh died 18 days after his first innoculation, no such disclosure was made in the case of Serbegeth and Jit Murad. Why not? Serbegeth was out cycling and suffered a heart attack while Jit Murad was found dead at home.
Do Malaysians not have the right to know the truth? Or are the people too preoccupied with plans to travel and dine out that they cannot care less?
Let the people decide to a 'yes' or 'no' to the vaccine. Russians are not the least bothered about masks and vaccines but Malaysians are now swearing by their face "diaper", confident that a consistent decrease of oxygen into their body will work wonders in keeping the virus away.
Malaysians are not exactly critical thinkers and for that we have the notorious education system to blame. Still, this does not give the government the upper hand to decide what is safe for the people.
Rashes, vision blurring, myocarditis and heart attacks are just a few of the adverse reaction resulting from the Covid-19 vaccines.
The vaccine manufacturers will continue, indefinitely, laughing their way to the banks or wherever else they store the billions profitted through the sale of these hazardous vaccines.
Back home, the machiavellian acts continue with proposed amendments to the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 (Act 342) where those who defy the Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs) can be fined anywhere from RM2 million (for companies) and RM100,000 for individuals. Plus, imprisonment of up to seven years is also on the cards.
Yet when it comes to elections, the SOPs are given leeway.
Mr Khairy, as Minister responsible for the Health portfolio, could you in all earnest tell Malaysians why the ruling government like the vaccine makers has refused to take any responsibility over the harm these experimental vaccines have and will continue to cause?
Or perhaps former prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin who now serves as the National Recovery Council chairperson and who is left wondering why some parents are against vaccinating their children wth the Covid-19 vaccine, could shed some light.
The answer definitely is no rocket science! But remember, a 'No' does not make the individual a traitor to nation and people. Patroitism is not about fascism. It is all to do with having the conviction to protect and defend the truth.

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