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Covid vaccines: Where does truth stand in this age of new normal, cognitive dissonance?

By Jay Ihsan 

Let us talk about truth and disinformation in this age of "new normal". Do they matter to the lay person? Or does copyright of "truth" and freedom to disinform belong to the powerful and elite?
The Covid-19 injections had many people welcoming the narrative peddled by vaccine makers and governments. To date, more than 5.51 billion people the world over or 71.8 per cent of the word population have been jabbed with these mRNA vaccines.
These vaccines, rolled out within months after the Covid-19 pandemic engulfed the world, were not without harm. In fact, giant pharma Pfizer knew its vaccines were dangerous and could hurt the human health and body. But in the face of the billions of dollars cascading into its coffers, Pfizer chose to feign ignorance.
Moderna, AstraZenaca and Johnson and Johnson's vaccines were equally injurious, as all were responsible for the unprecedented deaths and permanent disabilities in those who took them.
Strangely, there are those who swear by the "effectiveness" of these vaccines. Among them include the Malaysian government which is struggling to convince people back home to roll up their sleeves for a second booster shot, the Pfizer vaccine which it said is "highly recommended".
Is Malaysia's prime minister Anwar Ibrahim ignorant about the truth concerning Covid-19, masks and vaccines? Or is he uninterested in finding out the pandemic reality mess created by the pharma mafia and global big-wigs like Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, World Economic Forum, World Bank, World Health Organisation and Rockefeller Foundation among others?
While people in other parts of the world retaliated against the harmful mask wearing, perennial vaccinations and lockdowns, Malaysians dutifully cowered to the governments wishes and demands. Many still continue to obey.
Last month, Malaysia's Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah went on to say that the shelf life for Covid-19 vaccines used in the country had been extended following new data submitted by the manufacturers.
“When the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA) gives conditional approval, there is a rolling submission, such as the latest data available now (on the shelf life), we see that the vaccine is more stable.
“Hence, we are extending the expiry date of the vaccine vials from six months to one year, depending on the stability data we get from the manufacturers."
(In November 2022, Noor Hisham said NPRA had approved the extension for the shelf life of Sinovac’s CoronaVac and Pfizer-BioNTech’s Comirnaty Covid-19 vaccines for six and three months, respectively, compared to the original date printed on the vial).
Last month too, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said Malaysia had five to six million doses of vaccines left in stock after expired doses were destroyed because there were no takers. Was Anwar oblivious to this rejection by the people?
Noor Hisham then said only 49.8% of the population had received the first booster dose and 1.9% had received the second booster dose.
Meanwhile, Dr Saidatul Norbaya Buang from the ministry’s family health development division said an average of 7,000 second booster doses were being administered daily now.

Misinformation a crime no less

The vaccine makers had pulled a similar stunt but in India in March 2022. A livid Dr Gayatri Panditrao sounded the alarm and in a tweet ticked off the vaccine makers for "manipulating shelf life and stability data and promoting vaccines on this basis and using them beyond original expiry date is incorrect. Complete TRIAL and ERROR. Please stop playing with human life."
Misinformation is a crime no less. The "new normal" continues to misguide people away from the truth and sabotage reality. An abysmal number of journalists have pledged dedication to unearthing the truth surrounding the horror involving the Covid-19 pandemic, masks and vaccines.
There is more distorted news from "reputable" media worldwide than truth coming people's way.
Resorting to misinformation and disinformation and denouncing real conversation surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic nuances, so-called experts and journalists instead character assassinated dedicated doctors and individuals who chose not to agree with their views.
Journalism has atrophied to an all time low when it deliberately blurred the line between misinformation and disinformation in disseminating information related to Covid-19, creating information chaos and cognitive dissonance.
In spite of this, truth succeeded in making an impact and for the better when in Australia, a poll conducted last year had respondents expressing regret having taken the Covid-19 vaccine. Those who bravely denounced the mass vaccination drive and remained unvaccinated were pleased with the courage they showed
The majority of those polled blame the Australian leaders heavy handedness in responding to the pandemic. Circa today, masks are not a regular feature among Australians and Covid-19 is no longer a preoccupation.
Has the "truth" sunk in among Australians given the regret by those who took the mRNA injections and boosters? It appears so.
Likewise, an awakening felt by some medical practitioners saw them making an about-turn to safeguard the Hippocratic oath which many doctors had during the Covid-19 pandemic and continue to this day to disregard in lieu of lucrative benefits doled out by pharmaceutical giants like Pfizer.
India thankfully has homeopaths like Dr Gayatri and several other conscientious doctors throughout the world who steadfastly advocate truth concerning the Covid-19 pandemic description and counter lies created by Pfizer and fellow vaccine makers.
The number of doctors who have decided to go the extra mile to make us rethink why the Hippocratic oath which many an obsequious doctor gladly compromised during the Covid-19 pandemic reign must at all cost be safeguarded may be small but as Lao Tze said "from caring comes courage".

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