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September 16th 2023 - Summary of the most interesting stories in the past 48 hours on all things Covid, jab, climate, gender, and authoritarian related...
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Three advocacy groups, Vaccine Injured and Bereaved UK (VIBUK), Scottish Vaccine Injury Group (ScottishVIG), and UK Covid Vaccine Family (UKCVFamily), have come together to participate in the proceedings. These groups comprise of 1,500 individuals who have suffered from confirmed vaccine injuries or have lost loved ones due to Covid vaccine-related issues. Representing the combined efforts of these groups are Charlet Crichton and Caroline Pover, both of whom have been disabled by the AstraZeneca vaccine and are founding members of UK CV Family. VIBUK is fronted by Kate Scott, whose husband Jamie suffered a brain injury from the AstraZeneca jab, and Charlotte Wright, whose husband, Dr. Stephen Wright, tragically passed away at the age of 32, ten days after receiving the AstraZeneca shot.
Their conclusion: ‘A statistically significant association between BNT162b2 vaccination and myo/pericarditis was observed. This association has been confirmed internationally. BNT162b2 was not found to be associated with the other AESIs investigated, except for SOCV following the first dose of BNT162b2 in the 20–39 years age group only, providing reassurances around the safety (what?) of the vaccine’. The increased risk of myo/pericarditis was highest in the 5-19s (standardised incidence ratio (SIR) 25.6 [15.5–37.5]) but was also raised in 20-39s (SIR 6.6 [5.1–8.2]) and 40-59s (3.4 [2.5–4.4]). The only other adverse event of special interest signal was for cutaneous vasculitis in late teenagers (3.7 [1.1– 7.0]).
The UK has seen a rise in the number of stillborn babies and neonatal deaths, reversing an eight-year trend, according to an annual report by researchers at Oxford and Leicester universities. In 2021, the stillbirth rate stood at 3.54 per 1,000 births, up from 3.33 in 2020. A similar increase was observed in neonatal deaths, rising from 1.53 per 1,000 live births in 2020 to 1.65 in 2021. Additionally, premature births saw a 1.5% increase. I’m sure it’s all down to belated lockdown effects...
A recent study, published in the journal Chemosphere on September 13th, conducted by researchers from the US-based non-profit organization, the Environmental Working Group, examined 30 commonly used cleaning products for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with potential health hazards. The analysis identified a total of 193 distinct hazardous chemicals that could potentially impact respiratory health, development, reproduction, and increase cancer risk. The study uncovered a total of 530 unique volatile organic compounds across the 30 tested products. Out of these, 193 were deemed hazardous to human health. Notably, products such as Glade Clean Linen air freshener, Lestoil Heavy Duty Multi-Purpose spray, HDX glass cleaner, and Scott's Liquid Gold wood cleaner exhibited the longest list of "chemicals of concern."
Cash payments saw an increase last year, marking the first rise in a decade, as consumers grappled with rising prices. Despite this, debit card usage continued to dominate, comprising 50% of all payments, its highest-ever share. Many consumers still prefer cash for managing finances. UK Finance anticipates a decline in cash use in the coming years as financial pressures ease. Approximately 22 million individuals only used cash once a month or less in 2022, compared to just under one million who primarily relied on cash. Debit card usage, especially for contactless payments, remained prevalent, accounting for half of the 46 billion total payments made by consumers and businesses last year, with debit cards utilised in 57% of consumer transactions.
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