Remember all the hubub about mass information psychosis


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Study Blames 'Misinformation' and 'Fear Mongering' For Adverse Covid-19 Vaccine Side Effects

Earlier this year, the Indian journal "Biomedicine" published an article claiming that “fear-mongering and misinformation” is the reason why so many people are having side effects from the vaccine.

Titled: “Covid-19 Vaccines and the Misinterpretation of Perceived Side Effects Clarity on the Safety of Vaccines,” self-proclaimed “mRNA Alchemist” Raymond D. Palmer, believes that the loss of taste, smell, blood clots, infertility, and more is due to the stress of “false” information spreading about the vaccine.

The scary part? The study is published on the National Library of Medicine site, which is operated by the U.S. federal government.

Misinformation is causing people to have Covid Jab related side afffects
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Anxiety is causing Covid symptoms.
People are dying from anxiety, when a little Xanax would cure them.

At least they would be happy on the way out.


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That was the key. I got it. This article wasn’t just normal misinformation mumbo-jumbo. This was battlespace preparation. They are trying to cover their butts by labeling as disinformation ANY skeptical inquiries into how the government handled the pandemic.

The authors’ moronic “suggestions” for handling misinformation weren’t the point of the article, at all. The article tried to transform into “disinformation” any investigations by legitimate government agencies (like Florida’s Surgeon General) or legitimate scientists.

So get ready. They are field testing possible new narratives like, “asking questions in hindsight is disinformation.” But they aren’t going to slither out of it that easily.

🔬 Another remarkably horrible study published in the journal Biomedicine last week, titled “Covid 19 Vaccines and the Misinterpretation of Perceived Side Effects Clarity on the Safety of Vaccines.” It had only one author: Raymond D. Palmer. Remember that name, it will be important shortly.

The study claims, and I am not making this up, that vaccine injuries are actually caused by stress-inducing misinformation about the jabs. I know you think I’m exaggerating, so here it is, word-for-word, from the study’s third sentence:

Fear mongering and misinformation being peddled by people with no scientific training to terrorise people into staying unvaccinated is not just causing people to remain susceptible to viral outbreaks, but could also be causing more side effects seen in the vaccination process.

How, you ask, could misinformation cause blood clots and strokes? Don’t worry, Mr. Palmer has the answer:

[M]ental stress clearly causes vasoconstriction and arterial constriction of the blood vessels. Therefore, if subjects are panicked, concerned, stressed or scared of the vaccination, their arteries will constrict and become smaller in and around the time of receiving the vaccine. This biological mechanism (the constriction of veins, arteries and vessels under mental stress) is the most likely cause for where there has been blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, dizziness, fainting, blurred vision, loss of smell and taste that may have been experienced shortly after vaccine administration.

The extreme mental stress of the patient could most likely be attributed to the fear mongering and scare tactics used by various anti-vaccination groups… many apparent side effects seen shortly after a subject has received a vaccine could be the result of restricted or congested blood flow from blood vessel or arterial constriction caused by emotional distress or placebo based on fear around vaccines.


The whole “study” is pure speculation, a wild pro-vaxxer fantasy, with nothing behind it but a couple generalized studies showing that high stress and adrenaline levels contribute to cardiac disease. Palmer just assumed without evidence that vaccine “misinformation” stresses people out to the extent of causing cardiac injuries, then makes the even more fabulous leap to explain that vaccine injuries must be stress-induced.

With me so far? It gets SO much better. Now let’s look at who was the lone author of this “study” published in a peer-reviewed journal. Independent researcher and Substacker Rebekah Barnett did some great work ferreting him out. Here is Mr. Palmer’s own twitter bio:

Oh! A PhD candidate. Even more hilarious was Palmer’s Linked-In profile, wherein he describes himself as an “mRNA Alchemist,” whatever that is. But he must really love his mRNA: