By LINDA BOYLE
I am one of the many who took the first two jabs, believing what I was told by my government, looking at the body counts in New York City, and realizing I fell into the target group of over 65.
As I nurse, I had read the available information and made what I thought was a good decision for myself and my husband.
But then we assisted with the first Alaska Covid Alliance conference in October of 2021. It was then that we learned of those other voices that had been suppressed by the government and the media, medical journals, and medical web sites I previously had trusted.
We learned the problems with the jab and the long-term effects of that decision on our health.
I was appalled at how hard agencies and organizations worked to prevent those voices who believed in a different narrative from speaking the truth and potentially providing early treatment.
All the government was offering was for you to stay home until you turned blue and then go to the emergency room. And no one wanted to go to the hospital, for it almost seemed synonymous with death.
I now wonder how many of those people who died from Covid would still be alive today had they had the opportunity for early treatment.
When we got that first case of Covid, we took Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine and did fine. We were grateful to have early treatment doctors available to us so that we were able to beat the disease early on. We felt safe. Knew we would be okay.
It was a much better scenario for us than for others that I knew who died from the accepted protocols at that time.
Now that I have Covid behind me, I realize there is more I need to worry about from taking those jabs. With a government still working to get more mRNA into my body to include adding it to other annual immunizations, I am not buying into this. There is nothing good that can occur from taking any more of those jabs.
I learned the mRNA that I was told was safe, would stop me from getting Covid, and protect people around me was not safe. Now I know that it has major side-effects and may even have serious adverse effects on my future health.
And those jabs didn’t stop me from getting Covid at least twice.
A recent multi-country analysis by Rancourt et al estimated that Covid-19 vaccination has resulted in 17 million excess deaths. They looked at data from 17 countries. They could not find any evidence of any beneficial effect from the jabs — in an all-cause mortality number.
There was no correlation between the jabs and a reduced level of all-case mortality. What they did find was the opposite. There was an increase in the ACM in the Jan-Feb 2022 timeframe in the Southern hemisphere. This uptick occurred around the same time as the rapid increase in Covid-19 booster jab rollouts.
The Nobel prize press release touted that Covid-19 was, “saving millions of lives and helping the world bring a close to the pandemic.” But the published data and more than 3,400 peer reviewed papers stated just the opposite.
I now know once the mRNA vaccine is injected into one’s body, you can’t get rid of it. It messes with your immune system, your neuro system, and your heart to name a few.
Plus, people are suffering from Long Covid, a disease that may be the result of the jabs you took or the medications the protocol pushed by CDC were given to you as safe and effective.
And I learned you can only work to decrease its potential bad effect on your body.
And to counteract those negative effects, I turn to the experts on the other side of the argument. Those doctors are just the ones we are bringing to Alaska to tell you how to diminish the negative effects of the jabs and of Covid. They have answers for you—ones that can get you back on the path to wellness.
I follow Frontline Critical Care Doctors and reviewed their protocols for my use.
I turned to Dr Peter McCullough and his recommendations from his Wellness Company.
And I look forward to these doctors informing Alaskans at the Alaska Covid Alliance Conference this coming weekend, Oct 13-14 2023.
I am taking control of my medical freedoms. I am ensuring I protect my health from future problems. Join me and see for yourself the way forward.
You owe it to yourself and your family.
Linda Boyle, RN, MSN, DM, was formerly the chief nurse for the 3rd Medical Group, JBER, and was the interim director of the Alaska VA. Most recently, she served as Director for Central Alabama VA Healthcare System. She is the director of the Alaska Covid Alliance.