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Are these people completely void of common sense?

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Just found this post—very important! Here’s something I wrote about Arexvy, GSK’s RSV vaccine: https://open.substack.com/pub/operationuplift/p/what-my-patients-should-know-about?r=1tk31&utm_medium=ios&utm_campaign=post

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Should we proceed as though this rsv vax can also shed rsv onto others?

Heading to be around a family member who got shot same day as we arrive for a four day stay. Any insight? Will load up Fam on the normal vitamins.

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This is a PROPOSED mRNA vaccine - the one used on the market now is not the same. The one given to your relatives is a protein subunit vaccine and shedding should be of little concern. The only possible avenues for relatively minimal shedding would be certain sexual activities

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Dec 21, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

30 yrs in adult and elder care. Zero cases of adult or elder RSV in 28 years. Last summer to fall 4 cases in elders all recently covid boosted. This fall 4 cases so far all covid boosted. Their immune systems are distracted, literally supressed as many have low WBC and changes in diff, and overly taxed opening them up to all manner of illnesses they wouldn’t have been susceptible before. When I use this explanation to lay ppl they all go ‘ahhh makes perfect sense’.

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Dec 20, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

Who are these morons they recruit for these studies? And why would you want to get this vaccine? All to prevent a cold.

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Dec 19, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

Where's their market, eh? At last count, only 2% uptake of the latest mRNA covid booster shots. What part of "new technology failure" do these people not understand?

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Dec 18, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

I heard that moderna usually recruits their clinical trial participants from africa. they probably are not actually covid vax stans, but the appendix probably does provide some limited info about the group.

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Dec 18, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

For you stock market enthusiasts, I sold naked calls on Moderna because it seemed like the closest thing to a sure bet that you might choose. The stock should have nowhere to go but down. However, I got out of the trade with a tiny profit when the stock started trending up. Had I stayed in the trade I would have lost a bunch of money. The facts are that information like your analysis, Igor, just isn't making it to the general public. Moderna has ONE technology, no working products, and potential liability due to fraud, yet many of the analysts that follow them very closely are BULLISH. The control over the media is frightening. The MSM are generally just shills for a manufactured narrative.

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Be very careful about writing naked options

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Love you, Igor, and that is generally very good advice. My favorite options strategy is selling covered calls. I have never lost a dollar doing so, although I have occasionally experienced opportunity costs because my shares were called away prematurely. In this case I was "rolling the dice" in a bit of Vegas fashion on what I viewed as a sure thing. It blows my mind that Moderna can make any gains at all, but it proves that the market is not completely rational. Thanks for the tips.

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Also I made money on Moderna puts

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When you have to cover a covered call you also pay capital gains tax, right? Glad you never lost money, keep it this way!

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Yup. If you sell calls on shares that you have held long-term and the shares get called away, you pay long-term capital gains. If you sell calls and they expire worthless (the preferred outcome) you generally pay short-term capital gains on the proceeds.

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Driven by year-end losses for tax purposes?

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Dec 17, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

I say, keep'em coming! We have been proven right, but that does not make us the winners. We win this war only if we are proven right in the minds of enough people. If the COVID MRNA jab disaster fades away in the public consciousness, they win. We need more damage, the more the better. That's the only thing that will get us over the hump. The truth is, the damage done so far, bad as it is, is not enough. It is being brushed off, successfully. The only people still getting MRNA jabs, COVID, RSV, or other, have chosen sides. They are our enemies. KEEP JABBING.

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Dec 17, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

People don't seem to learn do they?

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It takes awhile, with lots of programming to overcome.

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No, most don't. And that's not new with the COVID era. Our only hope is if a critical mass wakes up. If the public isn't capable of that, my conclusion is humanity is so pathetic it's getting what it deserves. Too bad for the minority who have a modicum of the qualities that make human beings what I think human beings should be. Does our species suck as much as it appears we do? Jury's still out, but it's not looking good.

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Dec 17, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

It is very difficult to be a member of a race that I fervently hope goes extinct before it can inflict further harm.

VERY difficult.

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We are witnessing that period of history that explains why there are no advanced civilizations that we can find in the outer space

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Dec 17, 2023·edited Dec 17, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

The study is entirely fraudulent and can in no way scientifically prove that the one group having 66 fewer RSV-infected people had anything whatsoever to do with them having been vaccinated, and has no right or justification whatsoever to dare to state that 66 fewer incidences of RSV in the vaccinated group was anything other than due to a slight variation between the health of the different volunteer groups themselves, a difference that would still almost certainly be apparent with similar figures produced even if both groups had not been vaccinated and then been exposed to RSV.

66 cases of purported preventation of RSV out of such a huge test group is entirely insignificant anyway in relation to such a mild condition with 17,793 divided by 66 meaning that just under one in every 270 vaccine recipients purportedly never got RSV just because they got a vaccine, which means just 0.37% purported effectiveness, but the massive incidence of side-effects like pneumonia is very worrying, and what will longer term effects mushroom into over the years from these obviously highly toxic and surely weaponized mRNA jabs?

I thought a medicine had to demonstrate something like a minimum of 30% effectiveness or more before it even starts to get considered for use. Having said that I have seen a natural side-effect free medicine that actually achieved a 30% effectivess rate even in cases of otherwise toxic big-pharma pill treatment-resistant illness entirely rejected because 30% does not reach a scientifically predetermined threshold for effectivess, so that big pharma drugs with often horrific-side-effects can continue to be prescribed instead.

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How about the number of adverse reactions. That is a definitive and calculable outcome to this insanity.

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You answered a lot of the questions I had reading this article, thank you for posting.

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Dec 16, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

I doubt any vaccine has ever prevented an illness. Poisoning does not lead to health nor does it lead to preventing sickness.

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Dec 16, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

One thing the whole episode has highlighted is the epidemic of faulty mental processes and poor critical ability that plagues the general population. When will we find a cure for that? It’s not encouraging, and explains so much.

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You nailed it izzy. The perpetrators must be held accountable for us to be declared the winners. But the real problem is, as you say, the general population. I'd never been a fan of organized religion. I've done a 180 on that. Through some unlikely process, enough influential people pushed Christianity into dominance, resulting in a dogma the masses could line up behind that resulted in societies that were actually good for people to live in. We need a renaissance of Christianity, or something similar. Appeals to critical thinking, logic, pure goodness of heart, and desire for personal freedom only work on a minority of people. That's a timeless truth.

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Seems to me a lot of bother for relatively small cold after all. And the SAEs even smaller, I mean snease! What are they trying to prove, if at all? I thought we had had it for quite some time, with vaccine, trial, SAE, statistics. But I guess if t here is gold glimmering, the trolls will come out...

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Dec 16, 2023Liked by Igor Chudov

Thank you for breaking down the results for us to easily understand

the study! So shocking that people fall for this vaccine fraud.

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Nice analysis. @Igor, are you aware of the signs of placebo shenanigans in Pfizer’s Covid-19 trial? If they have shuffled around trial subjects, then fraud is perhaps not that unlikely in the trial of one of their rivals?

https://open.substack.com/pub/wherearethenumbers/p/anomalous-patterns-of-mortality-and

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thanks, I will read it

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