“CDC and its partners are actively monitoring reports of myocarditis and pericarditis after COVID-19 vaccination. Active monitoring includes reviewing data and medical records and evaluating the relationship to COVID-19 vaccination,” the federal government agency’s webpage reads.
For all those who are unaware of the case—probably a large part of the population—during the last few months, different professional athletes have been affected by myocarditis (problems in the heart muscle) and other respiratory affections.
Perhaps one of the most famous cases is that of Christian Eriksen, who collapsed during a match in the last European Championship and almost lost his life, as well as the case of the Argentine soccer player, Sergio Agüero, who after suffering chest pains in a match of F.C. Barcelona, and following medical diagnoses, had to retire from professional soccer at the age of 33. Although he was vaccinated, the cardiologist treating the soccer player declared that the vaccine had nothing to do with the incident.
However, in addition to their cases, probably the best known because of the importance of their names, there are other athletes at a lower level who have died or become ill in recent months. Guatemalan Marcos Menaldo 25 years old; Croatian Marin Cacic, 23 years old; Algerian Sofiane Lokar, 30 years old; and Omani Makhlid Al Raqadi, 29 years old; died suddenly in the last weeks due to cardiovascular problems.
Several websites and alternative media have been publishing during the last months about the death or sudden collapse of high-performance athletes who had been vaccinated. However, it is important to clarify that so far there is no scientific basis for attributing these sudden cardiac problems to the vaccines. In fact, COVID-19 itself could be the cause of the heart problems.
However, although the CDC itself acknowledges that the correlation between vaccines and heart problems is being studied, no one is talking about it, and despite the fact that there is no conclusive data on the matter, they continue in various parts of the world to force people to be inoculated, limiting their right to decide about their own lives.
What does the CDC say about myocarditis?
The CDC says on its website: “Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle, and pericarditis is inflammation of the outer lining of the heart. In both cases, the body’s immune system causes inflammation in response to an infection or some other trigger (…) Seek medical care if you or your child have symptoms of these conditions after COVID-19 vaccination. Myocarditis and pericarditis have rarely been reported, especially in adolescents and young adult males within several days after COVID-19 vaccination.”
A section on what to know in case of adverse effects can also be read on the page:
“Cases of myocarditis reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System have occurred:
- After mRNA COVID-19 vaccination (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), especially in male adolescents and young adults.
- More often after the second dose
- Usually within a week of vaccination
- Most patients with myocarditis or pericarditis who received care responded well to medicine and rest and felt better quickly.
Patients can usually return to their normal daily activities after their symptoms improve. Those who have been diagnosed with myocarditis should consult with their cardiologist (heart doctor) about return to exercise or sports. More information will be shared as it becomes available.”
However, despite the warnings, in a later section, the CDC immediately clarifies that you should undergo the vaccination guidelines.
Are high performance athletes and young people really dying from vaccines?
At this time there is no conclusive information to determine whether this statement is false or true, it is true that there have been a fairly high number of cases of young people and athletes with heart problems in the last year, but there is no evidence to prove that it is due to the vaccine specifically, covid, or some other factor.
The only thing we know for sure is that historically, vaccines go through a long and complex process of studies that takes between 10 and 15 years, in order to ensure that they do not produce adverse effects in the long term that are much worse than the disease they are intended to combat.
Due to the unexpected outbreak of Covid-19 and its harmful effects on the world’s population, laboratories have developed emergency vaccines with the intention of mitigating the effects of the pandemic. However, truth be told, there has not been sufficient testing and trial time to ensure that the vaccines are 100% effective, that they will not have long-term side effects, and that they are less harmful than the disease they are intended to combat.
According to a report published by CNBC, who consulted with various legal specialists, people who suffer adverse effects from the vaccine will not be able to sue the pharmaceutical companies, nor the Government for damages, despite the fact that in several states they have forced a certain population group to be inoculated.
Recently, Twitter also decided to delete the account of Dr. Robert Malone, part of the team that created the mRNA vaccines, who had spoken out on several occasions against vaccinating children and against vaccination mandates, arguing that the antidotes are still in the testing phase. His YouTube videos were also removed. Censoring Dr. Malone and people with medical expertise and differing opinions regarding the vaccines being administered raises suspicion and serious doubts in the public. If the current vaccines are really effective, why censor those who have reservations about their development, why not simply respond with data and evidence, why block lawsuits against producers and the government itself?
Adverse effects and benefits of vaccines in young people
Physician Peter Attia discussed in his podcast with Dr. Marty Makary, Johns Hopkins Professor and public health researcher, and Dr. Zubin Damania, Stanford-trained UCSF Internist and founder of Turntable Health, about the adverse effects and benefits of vaccines in young people.
Specialists argue that vaccines have risks that are actually worse for younger people, and benefits that are much lower for that population group. According to the data collected: males aged 12 to 17 years present 56 to 69 cases of myocarditis per million doses, and females aged 12 to 17 years present 8 to 10 cases of myocarditis per million doses, which in reality is an acceptable margin of error, however, analyzing the statistics of deceased young people without comorbidities, it was concluded that the vaccine saves 38 young people from hospitalization, and 1 death, which means that there will be approximately 60 cases of myocarditis to save one death.
Another important detail is that the risk of adverse side effects increases with boosters.
European countries block Moderna vaccine for people under 30 years of age
Germany and France were the first countries to block the Moderna vaccine for people under 30 years of age in Europe, because the vaccine presents a risk 3 to 4 times higher than other vaccines of generating cases of myocarditis in young people.
Subsequently, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway recommended against the use of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine in younger age groups, citing the risks of cardiovascular side effects. However, in the United States, the Moderna vaccine continues to be administered in young people, and some companies, universities and local governments are even requiring mandatory vaccination of this group of people, something that worries the aforementioned specialists.
In fact, a detail highlighted by the specialists was that, with the appearance of Omicron, Pfizer issued a press release stating that the vaccine was safe to combat the new variant, despite the fact that at that time neither private laboratories nor the Government itself had sufficient data or information to make such a statement, and the following day the CDC published a recommendation to administer a booster to all teenagers.
Under this scenario, the specialists agreed that basically we have the Federal Government serving as a spokesperson for the big pharmaceutical companies without questioning or contrasting the information they disseminate.
The CDC acknowledges that 75% of the deceased vaccinated persons had comorbidities
The director of the CDC, Rochelle Walensky, admitted in an interview with Good Morning America that at least 75% of those vaccinated who died from covid had at least 4 comorbidities, an extremely important fact when it comes to taking precautions about covid, so how is it that we are only now learning about this data? Why didn’t we know about it before? Worse still, why haven’t the government and other agencies carried out campaigns promoting good nutrition and exercise, among other variants to try to combat comorbidities?
The tennis player Novak Djokovic was treated in Australia as a criminal for not having been vaccinated, despite having prior authorization from the Government of Victoria to arrive in the country for a medical exemption; his case has become so politicized that his participation in the Grand Slam remains in doubt, despite the fact that the high performance athlete has excellent physical conditions and has antibodies in his immune system for having contracted covid recently.
Back in America, liberal Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor recently declared that there were 100,000 children hospitalized for covid-19 in the country, causing alarm among the population, when the truth is that only 3,500 infants are hospitalized for the disease, demonstrating once again the politicization and lies of government officials about the pandemic.
Americans and citizens everywhere should begin to demand transparency from the authorities in dealing with the pandemic — how many more lies have they not told? Why have they refused to disclose full vaccine data? And why have they limited the ability of citizens to sue for side effects related to vaccination?
For all these reasons, it is extremely important that those who are inoculated do so at their own risk, and not because of a governmental decision, since the vaccine can have beneficial but also harmful effects, and it should be up to each individual to decide whether he or she prefers to submit to the risks associated with not being vaccinated or to those associated with being inoculated.
Every individual should have the power to decide about his or her health, that is the most humane thing to do.