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HOW do we make sex interesting and NOT a tedious chore?!

2020.09.08 15:09 taters862020 HOW do we make sex interesting and NOT a tedious chore?!

Normally my partner and I like to have sex once a week, sometimes once a fortnight. I’m in my mid thirties, he’s in his late, and we don’t want to dawdle, we want to give each cycle a good go.
But most nights by the time we’re in bed, 9:30ish, we’re knackered. After a few minutes of awkward laughter we get into it, but the sex is usually “meh” (we think of it as Insemination rather than what my partner calls sexy time (yeah, still, like a teenager who just saw Borat 🙄).
We were happy with our low key, good sex once every ten days. Now that we have a fertile window and have to have sex more frequently in those times, I’m curious to hear how others have navigated the boredom/tedium of Inseminsation sex vs spontaneous sex for fun. Hit me with your best tips and tricks!
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2020.03.02 01:52 Bristow9091 Loved the Nioh 2 trail so much, but one thing annoyed me SO MUCH!

Okay, so I loved the trail, only managed to get on it today, but I put a solid 10 hours straight into it, one long play session, it was glorious! I was a little underwhelmed with the new weapons though, especially the Switchglaive since I had high hopes for a weapon that scaled with magic, so I stuck with my trusty Kusarigama and went with a dex build... got myself to Lv. 43 with 45 DEX and was fucking the first boss up BIG TIME with kunai and shuriken, literally dead within the first 15-20 seconds, lol, I had fun just running the level for people and ruining the boss. Don't worry though I did respec and try different builds, and even stuck at Lv. 20 for a while to make it more fair.
Anyway, what thing annoyed me so much?
... The fact that I seemed to be the only person who knew what a burst counter was and how to do it! I only figured it out by messing with the controls since it's thrown me off how R2 no longer switches my shortcuts (Sucks but meh)... tried all three yokai forms and I seem to do best with the brute one, I'm more comfortable with the timings of it so I think I'll be "maining" brute in the full game.
But yeah, so many times my co-op partners were getting absolutely destroyed because they never once used the burst counter, they'd just do a normal block or try and dodge out of the way, whereas with the second boss (The horse dude), I was literally sprinting at him every chance I had as soon as he flashed red, and was burst countering and saving my party members from inevitable death!
I had someone PM me afterwards asking "How did you do that big red guy block?"... I checked his trophy list and he had the platinum trophy on Nioh (And a couple of Souls games), so that baffled me a tad if I'm being honest...
Maybe it's just not communicated well enough in the game, I mean, I only found out about it by messing around pressing buttons, although I did see in the dojo there were specific yokai missions which I'm guessing the majority of people skipped over.
Anyway, sorry for the little rant there, but failing missions so many times due to people not knowing how to press R2 + O kind of annoyed me after a while and I just did runs solo for a bit, lol.
To leave on a happy note; I only started the first Nioh at the start of February, my previous experience was with the beta and I never made it to the first boss, but last month I pretty much fell in love with the game to the point where I'll be getting the platinum very shortly, and hope the DLC goes on sale, although I'd be wiling to pay full price if there's enough content in each pack anyway lol. After playing this trail today, I feel giddy and excited for the game, the new gameplay mechanics feel amazing and add onto what was already the best combat in any "soulslike" game I've played. I now have this preordered (From ShopTo in the UK, you get a little Kodama statue/figure, it's only tiny but it looks cool!) and, well, yeah... to quote Borat; "I am very excite!"
TL;DR the thing that annoys me is how few people know how to burst counter, but I still love the game.
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2020.01.28 07:07 CHRIS-ASSASSIN_1 Review of MTBMB: EVERYONE TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT THE ALBUM!!

Let me know your favorite song on the album people!! I'm sying to talk about this it's one of my favorite albums since it came out
I still can't decide. Those kinda nights was a cool club hit which is rare for eminem throughout his career, so it's nice to hear and has alot of funny bars to go with it.
Godzilla is the most fun to rap along to (try to). Hearing Juice with em is cool because he was a really big fan and even though he isnt here it's a nice way to honor his memory by making one of his dreams come true. When eminem goes off towards the end he even breaks another record it's crazy.
Premonition is hard as hell and those intro vocals are so smooth that it perfectly contrasts with the murder in the beginning and angry lyrical murder at the end of the track.
Young M.A went off with eminem's verse being both clever, controversial, and surprisingly smooth working alongside one of the people I expected the least to work with shady. That chorus was pretty dope and was the perfect bridge between the end of his first and start of his second verse. He knew they would call him a terrorist like Osama and ayotahllah after he had those church lyrics and ariana grande bar.
In to deep is really relatable to me and I like how he talks about his unhappiness with his relationships but how ready he is to take as much as he can get. The production of that song and how he reiterates that they are great together but she belongs to someone else really nails the point in that even if he can't be everything to her, he's fine with sharing since it makes them both as happy as they can be without ruining their partners.
Darkness was really well written where its simultaneously about gun violence, America's terrorist being Americans and drug abuse/addiction. I loved the video despite the controversy as well. Also the chorus itself is something that you can hear and completely separate it from the rest of the song, it's just good and can apply to moods other than those portrayed in the song.
Leaving heaven was incredible- grew up without my dad so you can just imagine the love I had for that final verse.... "rest in piece.... cocksucker". BRILLIANT and the whole "how in the fuck am I not gonna be woke when these mfs keep poking me!?" Fire.
Yah yah had really great lyricism from some of the best to ever write in the game. The beat was nice and a mix of old and new school and though the chorus seemed annoying at first (the yah yah part) it grew on me and got me hype as hell over time.
Stepdad was a crazy road but had nice storytelling. Although sad I could feel his rage and inability to act on his stepdaaaad. RIP his chihuahua though.
Marsh was incredible- almost everything was a double entendre and that chorus was flawless. Probably the first time eminem made a song like this (based on my memory) and I love it alot. Definitely the best production in a while.
Never love again is beautiful. He's in that cycle of love and hate and I can see the link between rap relationships and drugs, like 25 to life. Even though he is singing, and really cant sing to save his life he knows when to try and that makes the song a little better in it's own way.
Little engine is brilliance wrapped up in multiple bars. Evil intent is an understatement and the little engine that could is a very surprising inspiration for a song about murder, abuse, and drugs.
Lock it up has one of the best beats and a smooth ass verse from .paak. eminem's flow is both hard to copy but easy to keep up with. The chorus is enough to love the song and paired with these verses you cant help but love it. Medicine man is still the best track they did together though
Farewell- the beat enough surprises me since marshall hasn't been down this road before but the production is refreshing. Reminiscent to never love again- he knows what shes doing but it's better to have some of the women you love than none of her (in his eyes). He really is addicted to that loving hatred.
No regrets is great and I'm happy he made it. He makes alot of points that every fan has either heard or said- the people who call themselves fans would rather him overdosing and depressed just so that we can get crazy content. ("But dre all shady is, is a bottle of hair bleach and vodka!"). He's got no regrets about his path or the albums in between and you get no apologies for dope shit like kamikaze, revival, or killshot. He isn't giving in to the nobodies dissing him because they mean nothing to him. But he isn't begging for peace or surrendering.
I will is lyrically unbelievable and that chorus is breathtaking. That Borat will/ bar at will Royce bar blew me away. And he was pulling an em and rhyming orange? This is why he's top 5 lyricist- he studied with the game pre kane. KXNG Crooked and ortiz were great too, had a few impressive bars between the two of them with crooked flawless rhyming and ortiz's brilliant wordplay carrying the track as well. Eminem's verse was masterfully written too. Great wu tang and biggie references. That last part to his verse was straight outta relapse and I loved the "I need a visor" bar and the long deserved diss to lord jamar. The chorus also reminded me of infinites chorus as well. The devils in him, but he still wears that crown of thornes. In all I love the entire album and really can't pick a favorite yet
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2020.01.27 12:46 TheRoyaleDudeness A little guidance on a web app idea

Greetings devs or business peeps,
To keep things concise, I would like to start a company and create a "simple" social media management platform like Buffer, CoSchedule, HootSuite, etc.
I have no coding experience and am actually a marketer by trade.
I see some market gaps that can be filled in terms of the existing functionality and wanted to create a free MVP version similar to Buffer's free plan with basic post scheduling, main social media api integrations, and a few other unique features.
Just looking for some tips on where to start.
My initial options seem to be:
*I am indeed a business noob but head marketing for a SaaS fintech at the moment and have had great success *borat voice*.
Thanks in advance.
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2020.01.27 11:49 TheRoyaleDudeness A little guidance on a web app idea

Greetings devs or business peeps,
To keep things concise, I would like to start a company and create a "simple" social media management platform like Buffer, CoSchedule, HootSuite, etc.
I have no coding experience and am actually a marketer by trade.
I see some market gaps that can be filled in terms of the existing functionality and wanted to create a free MVP version similar to Buffer's free plan with basic post scheduling, main social media api integrations, and a few other unique features.
Just looking for some tips on where to start.
My initial options seem to be:
*I am indeed a business noob but head marketing for a SaaS fintech at the moment and have had great success *borat voice*.
Thanks in advance.
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2019.12.12 18:39 fridaysisterpeeplega Idea: The ability to dress your character, go clothes shopping, and crossdress.

Edit: A 2D cartoon would make more sense than a 3D model for your character. That would be more attractive than a 3D one as I know this game is kind of budget. Plus it would be more attractive too.
With either a 2D or a 3D model with a full body and all that will show your character’s clothing and hair and all. You can go clothes shopping and spend money on clothes, accessories, and go on major shopping sprees spending a lot with the money you make on your freelance or YouTube work or even part time job work cause my other idea would be to become a YouTuber, read that even more below for more details on making that be a side job, wether they’re expensive or not. You will get respect based on how expensive your outfit is. Even if it’s the same outfit, your reputation level will increase based on how expensive the outfit is, even if it’s the same design. (The Gucci Or Nordstrom-price level maid dress vs. the Walmart or Target-price level maid dress.)
And of course I said in the title, self-explanatory. You can start doing it all for clothes once you are 13. It can be a way of expressing your character as well and you’ll get compliments and stuff for whatever clothes you wear.
Cross dressing wouldn’t have any negative effects whatsoever. The only downside is that your parents and/or your friends might potentially judge you but no serious consequences as they will treat you the same way. Just may be some slight judgment when you go out to places.
Swimsuits will be a thing too. You can shop for those too. You can even post on social media of you wearing them or any other clothes for that matter. But as for swimsuits. Regardless of gender. If you wear a swimsuit to the pools it will depend on the swimsuit but if you wear a thong or some kind or sexy thing like a mankini (Borat swimsuit) or an exposing swimsuit that’s almost showing your boobs or your ass regardless of gender, the people may tell you to leave or take it off cause it’s too innaproporate, and you can either go and change your swimsuit to a more appropriate one, or leave the pool and go to another one. You can wear any swimsuit at any age and gender you want and even any time.
Idea overflow:
The ability to wear makeup for every gender.
Get piercings.
Get tattoos and draw it yourself on the software or use a photo.
Get unorthodox accessories like gold teeth, eyebrow piercings, tattoos on your face, etc..
Shave yourself with the ability to grow a beard for whatever gender you are.
Cut your hair. Feminine or Masculine up to you and it doesn’t matter what gender you are.
Buy accessories of every type for whatever gender you are. From bows to headbands. It would be cool since it will also affect your character’s face ultimately when looking at them since they will wear these all the time.
Have a theme song. You can even make it yourself if you’re a musician.
Throw parties and friends over. This will increase your reputation level and your friend amount as more people will start to get to know you the more house parties throw. But if you throw them too much at the same location then people will grow bored so you have to make sure you don’t do the same thing every time and go to a new location if you want to continue getting more reputation level under the obvious condition that you need to bribe the people to let you have it there or pay to rent the space.
Have a tea party with your friends at any gender and any age.
Play video games and even have licenses brand games and get good at them.
Do outside playing at any gender and age. You may expect to be looked at as weird when you get older since less people doing it with you and you’ll become a “adult child” as a reputation level the more you do it.
Bribe your parents into letting you have a party, stay with them your whole life if you’re under 18.
The ability to act a certain way. Feminine or Masculine. Or both.
A homework doer so you can get through school. You can hire them for $5,000 and you can use your YouTube ad revenue which would be the only way of hiring them for this amount. They would be in the black market section.
A decoy you, so you can stay home or go out and they will go to school for you. You can hire for $5,000 in cash since you won’t be old enough to use PayPal yet until you’re 18. You can use to YouTube ad revenue. Which would be the only way of hiring them due to the large amount you have to hire them for. They would be the black market section.
A signature dance move.
A counter for the amount of friends you have, your reputation at school, work, or college. As well as worldwide fame level too.
The ability to declare your partner to everyone. There might be some jealousy so be careful when doing it.
Post a social media post all the time. You can choose to post positive, political, personal, sexy, arty, tips, or other topics and there will be a little spectrum to show what kind of reputation you have based on what kind of content you post this will not affect reputation as it will only just be for looks and what you represent yourself as. You can do this once you become old enough to manage a social media page.
Have a YouTube channel you do everything and get paid for monetization except if one of your videos gets demonetized which you can either reupload or simply don’t do anything about it and your revenue will loose 1 multiplier. The more you videos you do the more you will randomly get revenue for your them. You will get a multiplier the more videos you make and while this isn’t garuenteed it’s just a thing that may or may not work as not everyone will pay attention to every single one or your videos. And also be careful as they will eventually get bored the more you do the same thing which may cause you to loose a multiplier for your ad revenue. You can do this at 6. You may get 5,000 per year or sometimes even 10,000 as well depending on how much videos you post, how much challenges you do in your videos, and how much you interact with your fans which will influence how much people watch your video total.
Take selfies on your vacation. Just remember there will be jealously and people might try to take hostile action against you the more you do it so do it in moderation. You can do this at any age. As you can buy a phone with the money you get from freelance jobs and part time jobs.
Buy followers and likes to aid in you getting famous. But this can only work if you continuously practice your skills more and make more stuff and release more stuff too. Which this will increase your reputation by 15% every year. But there will be a randomizer so it depends on how good you are at what you do and how much stuff you release. If your skill is up a lot then you will defintiley become famous quicker. If you are not skilled and you buy followers and likes people will hate you and you won’t get famous as they’ll find out your a fraud. But this can be compromised by getting more skills but if people find out you aren’t good at what you do and you’re just buying followers then it will require double the amount of effort at practicing your skills just to get that fame back up. You can do this at any age as long as you do some freelance jobs to get that extra money.
Buy advertising which will come in different packages. Which will double your reputation gain over the years.
Local Celebrity: $1,000
Nationwide Celebrity: $5,000
International Superstar: $100,000
Legend: $1,000,000
If you have talents you will fame faster and more efficiently as you will have actual purpose for being famous. If you don’t have any talents people will dislike you for that and your reputation won’t go anywhere. And the more you do it the more your reputation will rise which all of this will eventually lead into you getting a job, getting into a college, or emigrating to another country faster and quicker and having a criminal record won’t matter as much. You can do this at any age.
Start your own business. Which would cost $100,000 if you wanna do it. You’ll need that much to start it and the more you sell stuff and do good stuff like donate to charity and advertise then it will multiply your money and sales for your business.
The more money you have based on your revenue of your job as a famous person, you can choose to donate some of it to charity or you can just give it to your friends or people for free (more than just your partner or your family obviously) and the more your reputation will rise the more money you give to stranger for no reason. You can do this when you are 12.
The ability to help a homeless with a small chance they may be a drug attic which can be comprised by sending them to rehab and then sending them back to live with you. You can make them fabulous and give them a reputation themselves and make them famous just like you but it’s gonna cost a lot of money for you to do this all for them and also it will increase your reputation as well and if you listen to their interests as they will tell you what they want to be and the more you fulfill it the more you’ll get respect from the community for efforts at helping them achieve their dreams. You can do this when you are 13.
The ability to hire a fake entourage to make yourself look famous and throw house parties with them which in return can cause you to be friends with all of them and become famous through that way too. You can do this when you are 13.
The ability to hire a bodyguard or security to prevent you from being mugged, harmed, and they’ll follow you everywhere and they will protect your health in some ways. This can be used alongside your fake entourage. You can do this when you are 13.
The more you always make your material, the more famous you become. Like if you’re a music artist you will become more famous the more stuff you make and release and you can choose your genre. The more genres you do and the more you practice at your stuff you will become more famous and well known, and you’ll gain respect across a bunch of different other artists and people. You’ll also be hired more gigs too.
If you preform at gigs as a music artist you can anything but if you are under 21 (or 18 depending on your jurisdiction that you’re in) you can preform as long as you want and anything you want at the clubs but not hang out at the clubs after your show until you’re 21 which that restriction will be compromised once that time comes.
You can use a Fake ID alternatively if you wanna hang out at the clubs but you have to always use it and make that be your new identity for when you’re famous as this can only work when you’re not as famous enough, since you won’t be so well known and nobody will know you yet, and you can’t get a job at a record label as they will eventually find out your real identity so you’re stuck paying for everything.
If you fight at the clubs then the cops will be called and you will be arrested and fired from your position at the club since they’ll find out you used a fake ID and what your real identity is.
If you get fired you can bribe the club $100,000 into letting you preform there and come back.
Start a trend for $1,000,000 such as a fashion or a challenge for social media or something like that. The cost will decrease the more you famous you already are.
Tips:
Your parents may want a little bit of the money that you worked for with your YouTube ad revenue to pay their bills sometimes in which you can either choose to pay for it and be nice or refuse to give them the money.
You can use your money to bribe anyone as in suggesting here. There will be a very rare chance you can use it to bribe your way out of being arrested but this will only work if you hire a lawyer as you would be committing bribery with a cop.
You can also tip restaurants with it and you will get a small chance of not only being friends with the server but also becoming a celebrity among the restaurant since you can go to it more and potentially be friends with them more the more you tip them. Which will increase your chances of being more famous as well as being on the news which slightly increases your chances of being even more well-known.
If you get famous enough, you may get the opportunity to visit the president of the USA and you can either choose to do it or not.
The more you give compliments to people when you’re famous the more you will gain even more respect. If you insult or disrespect people you will become defamed at one point and people might potentially sue you which will dramatically compromise your reputation. So you wouldn’t wanna do that.
You can even get accessories for your house like pools, a flatscreen TV, a game room, a personal gym, elevators, etc. which will make your parties better.
There will be a family level, a friend level, a regional level, a nationwide level, and an international level. Doing stuff with youtube will get you an international level always. It’s basically just all the different reputation levels and they will all be changed the more you do your creative and YouTube stuff.
When you get the family respect badge, they won’t care if you drop out of school, or skip it, or goof off from homework. You won’t be grounded unless you do something really bad. You get this by being nice to them, having conversations with them, giving them money, and helping them with their businesses or their jobs, and overall doing nice things for them.
And then of course the ability to hire a hacker to remove a criminal record for $300,000 in the activities section. It will be that same price every time you hire them to remove a criminal record and they can only remove one conviction.
You can also throw Halloween parties, Christmas parties, and even Easter and birthday parties. But you can only have them in chronological order. If you have a birthday party you have to age one year to have it again and you have to have a birthday before you can have a Halloween party, and then a Halloween party before you can have a Christmas party.
You can also increase your cooking skill by cooking dinner more often for your family and friends which will always increase your family reputation level as well. This could also potentially promote you to the level of a town cook the more you promote yourself and even eventually leading you into being a nationwide or even international reputation level. This can also be doubled or even tripled depending on if you make YouTube videos of yourself doing it, opens a resturaumt, or work for a company doing cooking, and your skill and fame and experience will be a factor in being hired to do it.
Then for assets.
You can get TVs, planes, mansions, helicopters, studios, fancy dinners, supercars and hypercars, import cars, own multiple businesses, hire employees, buy out entire stores and make them rich and popular like the stuff that YouTubers do which you can do the same thing here since you can use especially use that YouTube money as well, own stores like own Walmart’s or McDonald’s and stuff like that, create a charity program (charity money will be separated from your main money as you can only use it for that purpose when you raise funds and there will be a charity store so you can purchase to help your cause), and you can also afford lawyers to keep yourself out of jail and prison except for crimes like murder
The chance get higher the more expensive the lawyer is and they’ll be better at getting you out of trouble. The hacker will only be for EXTREME cases as lawyers cannot be fully trusted even with the expensive ones they’ll be more of a small wingman for the sake of getting you out of minor trouble.
Edit 2: OMG. This might make a mobile device explode. But it will be cool if these existed even if not all of them on this list here.
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2019.11.20 07:16 Sapphira45 My Stalker Story

Ok guys, third time is the charm! I'm going to do my best to get this all in one post. It won't be as detailed as I intended it to be, but it will still have the creep factor nonetheless.
I consider myself a fairly religious person and back in April of 2016 had been attending my church for about a year. My church is one of the largest in my city and has a partnership with an equally large and predominately African American (not that it matters) church across town. As a result, both congregations do several events together throughout the year. It was through one of these events that I met D, someone who started out a good friend but ended up turning into the first and only stalker I hope to have dealt with by the end of my life.
On Good Friday evening, 2016, my church was having a combined worship service with The Church Across Town and I decided to attend. Before I found my church, I had been looking at joining our partner church, but never got to go out and visit and was excited to see what the atmosphere was like. When I got there, tons of people were filing in and trying to find a seat, and as I scanned the aisle to try and find someone I know to sit with, a loud whisper caught my attention. A young man about my age was motioning for me to come sit next to him in the pew he was sitting in, and not wanting to stand up against the wall all evening, I accepted his offer. Once we sat next to each other, he introduced himself as D and welcomed me to his church. We spent service getting to know each other, cracking Bible jokes (cheesy, I know) and hooting and hollering with the rest of the crowd whenever the pastor said something that stirred a rise out of everyone in attendance. He was funny, charismatic, goofy and just the type of person that I liked hanging out with, so at the end of the evening, we gave each other our phone numbers and agreed to meet up and hang out as friends when we both had free time.
One thing that's important to know about me is that I have a kind of "sixth sense" when it comes to figuring out people, and if there is any kind of indication that someone is "off" or "bad news", I usually get a gut feeling immediately. However, I also have a degree of naivety and a very trusting personality that often causes me to ignore these gut feelings more than I'd like to admit, and I end up getting myself into troublesome situations that wouldn't have happened if I'd just listened to my instincts from the get go. I got that feeling with D in the beginning, but almost immediately, he came out and told me he suffered from Asperger's syndrome, so I chalked whatever intuition I had about him to me picking up on that. But little did I know how wrong I was, something that I would only begin to find out as early as a week later.
One day, when school resumed from spring break, I was sitting in the lobby of the building where the majority of my classes were that semester doing homework when D called me out of the blue. I picked up right away, excited to talk to my new friend. We made general chit chat and he asked if we could get together, which I declined because school was getting busy as summer break approached. He understood and we went back to talking about other things when he suddenly veered the conversation to something very dark and creepy.
"When I saw you at church the other night, there was something I wanted to tell you, something that God wanted me to tell you, but you weren't ready to hear it yet. I knew who you were before you even said a word to me because God gave me a vision about you. He's been giving me them since 2013 when he showed me the whole plan for my life. He has a plan for the two of us, but that won't be revealed until later on and only if we decide to go further. I'm going to hang up now and let you process that". With that, D hung up the phone, and I sat in the lobby, confusedly staring into space and wondering what the hell I had just heard. After a few minutes of pondering, I chalked it up to it being one of those things that people with Asperger's sometimes fixate on and pushed it to the back of my mind. I didn't hear anything from D for a few weeks after that.
School ended and summer came, and D and I finally made plans to hang out. We did everything that normal friends did, hiking in the metroparks, going to Dairy Queen and I was even invited to his birthday party and met some of his friends from when he went to high school. When we were alone, D would tell me about his visions, something that started to make me feel more and more uneasy, the reason why I will explain in a moment. It was around this time that I also started getting really depressed. It had been a hard school year for me and the summer before, I had gotten out of a situation that had been extremely traumatic. For two years, I had been in a church that taught things very similar to the things D talked about and hearing him talk about those things caused me to have flashbacks. If you've ever seen the part in Borat where he's in the Pentecostal Church in the south, that was what I had been caught up in. Now that school was over and I had ample free time to think, what had happened to me started to hound me and catch up to me more and more. But while the things D talked about brought back a lot of that trauma, I considered him a friend and wanted to help him realize that what he believed in was very dangerous...and that is why things went on as long as they did. Aside from this part of things, however, D was still a good friend to me at this point. He listened whenever I talked to him about my depression and even revealed that he had had his own mental health struggles in the past, and had even lost a good friend to suicide a few years back. It felt nice to have someone to listen to me.
School started up again and I started inviting D to come to midweek services at my church. We had and still have a ministry geared toward college students due to the church being right next door to the university I was going to when all of this happened. I was battling my own demons, but wanted D to see so badly that his beliefs were harmful that I was willing to let myself be overtaken by them if it meant helping someone else. Things continued to get worse as I got more and more depressed. D continued to talk almost incessantly by this point about his "visions", even going as far as to say that he was a "prophet" and had "special powers". Yet while I was scared, I was also too depressed to really do anything about it. This was how things were until fall of 2017, when the real stuff this story is about started.
I don't know at what point I realized, but things with D were going in a direction I didn't want them to go. The more time I spent with him, the more insistent he became that the things he believed were true, and by this point I had began to tell him several times that I wasn't comfortable hearing about these things and to please stop talking about them around me. The next school year started off awful and got even worse for me mentally, emotionally and academically. In December of 2017, I finally couldn't take it anymore and told D that since he couldn't respect my wishes and not talk about the things that he did knowing how they affected me due to what I'd been through before I met him, that I didn't wish to have contact with him anymore. If he was willing to honor my wishes, we could still be friends. He flipped out. This was when I finally woke up from my depressive slumber enough to realize that D was now no longer the friend that I had met almost a year and a half ago.
After I told him I didn't want to see him anymore, he started calling and texting me at all hours of the day and night, leaving long voicemails and endless text messages trying to "prove" to me that he was who he said he was, a prophet and God's chosen one. He would make "prophecies" over my life saying that certain things would come true that frankly, scared the hell out of me because they were so situation specific. I blocked his number in my phone, to which he responded by blowing up my Facebook. I deleted him off of Facebook and blocked his profile after ignoring his messages, and him continuing to blow up my inbox even after I would. Once I deleted and blocked him, I would start getting messages from random other profiles claiming to be people he knew relaying messages, but I knew it was just him. I would even start to see him at different places around town even when I wouldn't tell people where I was going, which I admittedly chalked up to coincidence since he lived so close to me. I had thought about going to the police, but figured they wouldn't do anything since he hadn't actively threatened me. I thought if I ignored him long enough, he would get the hint and leave me alone, but it wasn't until early February of 2018 that I started to even realize how serious it all was.
I had moved out of my parents' house in July of 2017 to be closer to school and work and before all of this happened, had invited D over several times to hang out since he lived within literal walking distance of my new street. He had even accompanied me on several nighttime walks in my new neighborhood to protect me from the "local creeps" that he knew roamed the bar district that was just up the road from us. That night in February, I had stayed out at home and fell, injuring my foot badly enough that I knew I would need to be taken to the doctor the next morning. I woke up the next morning to get ready for my appointment and checked my messages only to find that he had created another new Facebook profile during the night and messaged me, but what he had written almost made my heart stop and a cold sweat break out all over my body.
"I was at your house last night to see if I could talk to you, but your car wasn't in the driveway. I waited for you for awhile, but you never showed up." That was when I knew that this was serious, and I decided that for the time being, I was hiding out at home. At this point, I still didn't have any reason to think that going to the police was necessary, so I didn't report anything. I stayed with my parents, went to school and work, and all of the sudden it seemed like D was some sort of an enigma that disappeared. There were no new profiles popping up, no new messages...it was like he had just suddenly vanished, and I began to feel better than I had in a long time. But the situation was far from over.
The climax of all of this happened one balmy night in mid March of 2018. I had been commuting back and forth to school from home for awhile now, 30 minutes each way, and this particular night had been on campus until around 10p.m. or so working on a project. I was exhausted and when I left campus that evening, I made a sudden, split second decision to stay at my house in the city and figured it was safe since there'd been no kind of activity from D. The decision to stay there was so last minute that I didn't have the chance to tell anyone, and NO ONE should have known that I was going to be there that night. At this point, I had one roommate that I didn't know very well, as she had been gone on an out of state co-op for her engineering degree back in the fall and given the situation at hand, I hadn't spent enough time in that house to really get to know her very well. I left campus and started the drive toward my neighborhood, thinking about how I just wanted to get to bed, but as I approached the first major intersection before my block, a sudden feeling of alertness came over me and it was like my senses were heightened. The green glow of the traffic light seemed brighter and everything seemed like someone had turned the sharpness of the image up to 1,000. The closer I got to my neighborhood, something told me to turn around and go to my parents' house, but being the idiot that I am...I ignored it.
As I came down the street, I looked around cautiously and didn't see any sign of anyone who might be watching me, and felt a sigh of relief. The feeling was gone once I hit my block, and I attributed it to anxiety over being at my house again given the situation with D. I parked the car and unlocked the front door to the surprise of my roommate, who wasn't expecting me to be home and had been wondering where I had been. I didn't lock the front door because I needed to go out to my car and brings my school things in over the course of a couple trips, something I regret to this day, and my roommate and I started having a casual chit chat as I stood in the foyer of our little house. I was inside maybe five minutes at most when both of us were suddenly startled by the sound of someone POUNDING on our outside door so loud it shook the door frame, and when I turned around and saw who it was, I screamed bloody murder.
Standing on our porch, dressed in all black clothes and with a crazed look in his eyes, was D. His eyes were laser focused on me and in an instant, he grabbed the handle of our glass storm door and ripped it open as if he were going to walk right into the house. My roommate grabbed me and threw me into her bedroom, holding the door closed and telling him that he needed to leave. Now that I look back on it, him seeing her inside the house startled him and he jumped back from the door and tried to hide himself beyond our line of vision on the porch, something I was able to catch a glimpse of before I was shoved into a bedroom. D said he was sorry for busting in on us, but that he just wanted to make sure I was ok. At the threat of having the police be called on him by my roommate and D begging us not to turn him in, he told me he would leave me alone and left. But as he went off our porch and into the darkness, he turned around and over his shoulder warned, "be sure to keep your door locked." D disappeared off into the night, and once the initial shock of what had just happened passed, I bawled my eyes out. My roommate wanted to call the police then and there, but I was so emotionally drained that I just wanted to go to bed, promising my roommate that I would go down to the police station and take care of it in the morning.
Needless to say, everything that happened after is all kind of blurred together. I went to the station to file a report, and was sent upstairs to talk to a crisis advocate for victims of violent crime and given papers for a restraining order. I contacted the leaders of the college aged ministry at church letting them know what happened and why I hadn't been coming to midweek services (I had stopped going in the fall because of depression and to avoid D after I had cut off our friendship). I found out from several people during this time that D had been coming every week, looking for me and had been saying things about him being an angelic being that were causing concern among the leaders. I had also not been attending school regularly that semester because the depression really started to get to me, but after this happened I became a complete shut in at my parents' house, leaving only to go to work and one class that I absolutely could not get away with missing. I had been diagnosed with PTSD back in the fall as well and had started counseling during this time as well, but the progress I had made evaporated when all of this happened and I had even planned on taking my own life at one point. But instead, I went to my academic advisor, who suggested that I petition for a medical withdrawal to the Dean of the school, which was thankfully granted that May. I continued to find out more and more things about D that made me realize just how dangerous having him around was, too...as it turns out, D was known as the "neighborhood crazy" and in addition to being on the autism spectrum, also suffered from paranoid delusional schizophrenia and frequently went off of his medication, and consequently, had a very long history of run ins with the police for causing a public disturbance and even violating other protection orders taken out against him by other people he'd stalked. When he was off of his medication, he was known to break into houses and had even been kicked out of college for going off of his meds and having a psychotic episode that was so bad that someone accused him of hurting them. He ultimately wasn't arrested or had any charges pressed against him because the person who made the accusations against him had a history of making false accusations against people, but the university determined him to be too much of a liability and permanently banned him from setting foot on campus property as well as the school's regional branches. After this incident and something else that happened later (sensitive info so I won't divulge), he was finally court ordered into mandatory counseling as well as a two year long probationary period where he was forced to take his medication by injection or face jail time. He was halfway through his probation when I met him. Remembering that he had lost a friend to suicide around the time he started having his "visions", which I'm now sure are psychotic hallucinations triggered by the trauma of that event or something similar, I tried to find an obituary or any mention of his friend anywhere, and there was nothing to indicate that this person even existed.
I continued to stay in that house until this past October when I moved across town, but it was mid summer 2018 before I could comfortably stay the night there again. I never did get to finish my degree and was a year away from graduation when I dropped out because of all of this, too, but I've decided that if I ever do back and finish, the best thing is going to be for me to get out of the area completely. I don't hate D for what happened and know that he is a very sick individual that has tons of demons of his own that he will be dealing with for the rest of his life, but even knowing that, I still don't wish to meet him again.

EDIT: Now that I've actually written this out and posted it on here, I'm starting to remember a lot of other things that happened, so I'll try to squeeze all of these in down here as a brief summary. I mentioned in my story that I had often opened up to D in the early days of our friendship about my depression and past traumas. Before I knew about the situation with his supposed friend possibly being fake, he started to get really obsessive about me. What was spooky about all of this, though, was that he did seem to have a kind of "sixth sense" of his own about when I was getting into a funk. When school was in session we didn't talk that often because I was busy with classes and he was doing....whatever it was he did...but some days I would start getting really depressed and almost immediately, he would start texting me saying that he knew what was going on. After I moved into town and before he flipped out on me, there would be times he would randomly show up at my house because he could sense that I was "in trouble" and even claimed at one point that "God would send him visions about me when I was in trouble and tell him to go find me and save me". He was really, REALLY into conspiracy theories as well and would sometimes go of on tangents about some of them when talking about "spiritual things", something he never stopped talking about. When I learned about his history of breaking into houses, it also helped me to make sense of another incident that had happened the summer before he busted in on me. About a month after I moved into town, I went back home to collect some more of my things to move into my new place and ended up staying the night. I was asleep on the couch when he started text-bombing me around 3a.m., asking if I knew who lived at a certain address on my street. I knew no one on my block except my downstairs neighbor, and when I asked him why, he said that he was about to go over there because someone was in trouble. When I told him that calling the police would be a better option than showing up randomly at someone's house to "rescue" them, he flat out refused and said "no, I have to do this. This is how you save a life". I don't know what became of that whole incident as I never found anything out about it, but now looking back it makes sense that he was starting to have a psychotic episode and planned on or did bust in on someone based on what a hallucination told him to do. His probation was over around 2017-ish, when I moved in, and he wasn't legally mandated to take his medication anymore, so he refused. This was probably when I started to realize that things weren't right, but depression over my life situation and fear that he really did have some sort of special powers (unfortunately, paranoia is something that often accompanies my depressive episodes) made me just kind of put up with it for awhile.
Also, the week that I petitioned to be medically withdrawn from college, out of blue I decided to take a peek at his Facebook page (something I did from time to time after the incident just to be aware of what was going on with him. I had blocked him, but that only meant he couldn't see my stuff. I could still see his) and there were TONS of rants he had posted about me "abandoning" and "betraying" him, some even mentioning me by name. One particular post that was really scary was a rant in which in the comments, he started basically having a three way conversation with himself as if he were three separate people talking to each other, kind of a split personality type of thing. Later one on of the leaders at church even texted me, as he was friends with D on Facebook and had seen some of the posts. He told me not to worry about what was going on, that he and a few others were handling D and that I shouldn't worry about anything. The last contact I had with him was back in April of this year when I started my new job at a hospital in town that he was frequently a patient at whenever he had to be admitted. I logged on to social media one day and in my inbox was one solitary message from one last fake profile...all it said was "I forgive you".
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2019.10.18 07:02 GiGaBYTEme90 Fleshdo Idea

I’ve been working on this idea for a Fleshdo...
The man is pleased by inserting himself into something that’s always tight and wet (flesh light), and the flesh light is inserted in a dildo. The whole thing is worn like a suspenders in a Borat bikini fashion by the man and would give both partners the maximum pleasure through vibrations and stimuli
Help on where to post?
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2019.08.30 22:04 adviceplease_69420 My (28M) gf (28F) has expressed she wants me to be more "greedy" during sex. Tips?

Been together for over 5 years, getting hitched pretty soon. We have a really solid relationship but our sex life has seen ups and downs. Initially I was the higher libido partner but over a few years we have normalized pretty well. Recently she has shown more interest than usual (very nice - borat) but has expressed that she wants things to be more lust/carnal as opposed to love/sweet.
Conceptually I'm excited by it but the actual act, I end tup feeling a little cringey. She has used words like "take me" "take what's yours" etc. Of course that shit gets me going and I feel V blessed, but I am a bit in my own head over what she actually wants.
Any tips for a vanilla boi to take a bit more charge in an otherwise wholesome love fest?
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2019.07.19 20:18 draxous Board Game and Movie Mash-Up Challenge

I recently got the idea of making a challenge for my board game friends and I where we would combine the name of a Board Game and the title of a movie together to create a single mashed up title. After we created the name mash-ups we were tasked to create clues for each other to try to guess what game and movie/show that were mashed together. This is similar to the Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune category of Before & After. The rules are you chose a game and then mash it together with a movie/show that starts with the same word/syllable as the game title. I've seen some Youtube channels attempt this with two movies but as hobby board gamers we wanted to incorporate our favorite hobby into the mix.

As an example here is the first clue that I came up with : A young CEO struggles to find success for both his new pizza restaurant and his budding rap career in the mean streets of Detroit.
Answer : Food Chain Magnat8 Mile

After a few hours, the ideas for mash-ups just kept flowing and we wanted to share what we came up with. Try and challenge yourselves to come up with answer for the clues that we have provided below. Some of these we really enjoyed, while others kind of fell flat. Let us know if you enjoyed these and we can make some more!
  1. Heaven and Alien vs Predator - These thirsty monks have to prepare their cloisters before they travel to Antarctica for an archaeological expedition where they find themselves caught in the middle of a battle of two ancient rival extraterrestrial species.
  2. Ora Et LaBorat - As heads of rival monasteries constructing new buildings on newly acquired lands with a unique rondel resource tracker, you send your ambassador along with a Kazakhstani reporter to America to experience all that America has culture and society has to offer.
  3. WendaKeeping up with the Kardashians - As a Native American tribe in the Great Lakes Region strives for dominance in the fields, forests, and lakes, these West Coast girls come to establish fame and fortune by living extravagant lives and breaking the internet.
  4. NewTonight Show - A group of young scientists travel around Europe during the day visiting various cities and Universities to develop new theories , build new tools, and work to earn money, before having to get their late night job of celebrity interviews, monologues, and musical performances.
  5. Fog of Love, Death, and Robots - You and your partner both discover each other's likes and dislikes within an new world and style each dealing with life's three great mysteries.
  6. Champions of MidGuardians of The Galaxy - A group of Viking Clans have traveled to a harbour town to fight of the never ending droves of Trolls, Draugr, and Sea Monsters before being abducted by a blue Mary Poppins looking alien that turns your clan into a family of thieves that have to stop a warmonger from gaining the “Power” he needs to destroy the universe.
  7. KeyPerson of Interest - During the 4 seasons players flipping out to build up their own Keeps by farming, mining, and building all while they are being protected by the all seeing AI built by an expert programmer and an ex-assassin.
  8. El GranDay After Tomorrow - In this large territorial struggle over medieval Spain the weather is turning and our global climate is going to change forever.
  9. DokMust Love Dogs - During an exploration of a tropical island you use your godly powers to explore this island in search of temples and ruins. Along the way you make sacrifices to both fire and water but you will not sacrifice your search for companionship for someone that cherishes canines as much as you do.
  10. CarcaSons of Anarchy - In an ever expanding French countryside a group of outlaws struggle to agree on how their gang should be run.
  11. Lord's of WaterDeep Impact - The leaders of this great city are vying for control of the city by recruiting colorful allies to help them complete quests all in hopes to gain access to the bunker that is going to protect them from an asteroid that a young Hobbit discovered that is about to destroy the planet.
  12. IceCool Runnings - This young school of topsy turvy penguins are almost as hungry for fish as this rookie Jamaican bobsled team.
  13. YokohaMamma Mia- This Japanese fishing village has developed into a place of industry and serves as the backdrop for this Greek bride to Be's search for her real father set to soundtrack performed by Abba.
  14. Stone Agents of Shield - Prehistoric clans strive to progress their civilizations during rocky times of uncertain loyalty, super powered beings, and futuristic technology.
  15. AltiplanOprah - An established South American Alpaca merchants life is so good she gives out Alpacas to every person in the studio audience. You get an Alpaca, and you get and Alpaca!
  16. GloomhaVenture Bros. - A group comprised of unique fantasy races leave on numerous missions from the titular city where they run across well-meaning, but not so bright twin brothers, and their super masculine body guard.
  17. PandMickey Mouse Clubhouse - Four violent diseases spreading across the land threaten a rodent and his band of misfit friends.
  18. Terraforming MArsenic and Old Lace - The head of a corporation vying to colonize the red planet gets married, but then discovers his aunts have a bad habit of killing lonely old men. A comedy.
  19. Gaia Project Runway - Different races from across the galaxy look to terraform planets in search of the best fashion designer.
  20. Terra MystiCaddy Shack - Dwarves, Giants, Mermaids and more spread temples, trading houses, and sanctuaries across the land to compete for a scholarship from Bushwood Country Club.
  21. Spirit IsLand of the Lost - The campy classic where a group of ancient elemental gods try to chase the Marshall family off as the family also contends with dinosaurs and ape people.
  22. AgricoLa La Land - Farming families eke out a living while singing about their dreams of making it big in show business.
  23. Blood Ragent Carter - After World War II, Viking clans battle before the inevitable Ragnarok trying to clear the name of Howard Stark after he’s been accused of treason.
  24. AnachroNeedful Things - Agents send items back to themselves through time to sell at a shop in Castle Rock, Maine for the price of small practical jokes against neighbors.
  25. El GranDays of Our Lives - Long running daytime drama where Spanish families fight for territories that are close to the king, while their interpersonal relationships seem locked in stories of ever increasing coincidence and unlikelihood.
  26. A Feast for OdIn the Army Now - Two 20-something Vikings get fired from fitting good on to new islands and decide to join the military to get startup money for their own business. Starring Pauly Shore.
  27. Lords of WaterDeep Blue Sea - Secret rulers of a city send wizards and rogues to battle hyper intelligent sharks intent on escaping a science lab.
  28. Rising Sons of Anarchy - Japanese clans ally to send monsters to fight a gun running motor cycle club.
  29. Grand Austria Hotel Transylvania - Artists, politicians, and tourists visiting Vienna look for room at inns that are run by Dracula.
  30. IstanBull Durham - A veteran catcher and his assistants travel around a Turkish bazaar in search of something to help rookie pitcher “Nuke” LaLoosh reach the majors.
  31. Lorenzo il MagnifiConeheads - An Italian Renaissance family that works together to gain and convert resources and please the church are actually surviving members of an oddly shaped alien force sent to conquer Earth, but instead settle down and adapt to a new way of life.
  32. ZombiSideways - Two 40-something men take a break from the undead apocalypse, traveling through California wine country to celebrate one of them getting married.
  33. Welcome To… Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar - Three drag queens become stranded in a small town and decide to try their hand at neighborhood planning by building pools and fences.
  34. AltiplaNo Country for Old Men - After coming across and stealing matching sets of blankets and alpacas from a warehouse, a man is relentlessly pursued across the Andean highlands by a hired gun with a terrible haircut.
  35. AmeriGhostbusters - Famed explorer Vespucci explores the islands of South America, establishes trade routes and settlements, then opens a business specializing in paranormal investigations and eliminations.
  36. Bunny KingDumb & Dumber - Two moronic friends travel across the country to find a girl only to see groups of rabbits building cities to unite their lands.
  37. Camel Up in Smoke - Classic stoner comedy where two dromedary jockeys get involved in smuggling a van made of marijuana across the border before performing in the Battle of the Bands.
  38. AZoolander - After saving the Prime Minister of Malaysia, a former male model decides to open a School for Kids Who Can’t Read Good and Want to Make Portuguese Mosaic Tiles Good Too.
  39. TeotihuaCandyman - As an Aztec civilization builds a pyramid higher and higher, the workers are warned not to say the name of an urban legend into a mirror five times because they’ll be killed with the hook he has for a hand.
  40. Captain SonArgo - Two crews of competing submarines battle to see which can help rescue six diplomats during the Iran hostage crisis.
  41. TitanTictactoe - The captain chewed on his mint, and as he moved across his boardroom to grab the pinned documents, he banged his foot against the desk as the ship began to sink.
  42. GuGone in 60 Seconds - A master car thief steals a 1967 Mustang Shelby ‘Eleanor’ and drives across parts of the Great Wall of China to gift his bowl of fruit and receive a golden statue in return. Hopefully this will please the emperor.
  43. Ticket to Ride Along - Kevin Hart tries to prove his worth to Ice Cube so that he can marry his sister. Things take a turn as they try to connect the dots in a gang war. Will they came out on top as the follow the tracks of the bad guys?
  44. Legendary Encounters of the Third Kind - A scientist tries to prove that he has come into contact with aliens and has seen UFOs and eventually gets to meet them. In this deck-builder, you will be protecting yourself from them.
  45. Terra MystiCalifornication - As a writer tries to balance his personal life, he needs to ensure that everything needs to be terraformed properly before moving to more aspects of his life. Through the highs and lows of Moody’s life he maintains all of his dwellings, trading houses, strongholds, and temples. Maintaining proper distance for growth is key to winning.
  46. Power GridIron Gang - This movie features a group of recently released inmate kids trying to find their way to the top by banding together to make a football team. They are able to practice day and night because the lights are being kept on for them using the cities electricity.
  47. EclipSerenity - This ship development game has one key ship that is sure to soar above the others like a leaf on the wind. Moving from hex to hex and defeating your enemies is only possible through the upgrades provided to you by Kaylee. Discovering new territories are probably your strong suit be conflict is inevitable.
  48. SantorinEasy Rider - After smuggling cocaine into the country, a group of Greek gods stop worrying about building a beautiful white and blue island city and embark on a drug-induced cross country motorcycle trip to New Orleans.
  49. 7th ContinEnter the Dragon - A master Shaolin martial artist is cursed and must return to and explore a mysterious island to compete in a high-profile competition that will remove the curse and prove the guilt of a crime lord.
  50. Mage Knight at the Museum - Instead of encountering historical figures come to life in this public records building, the security guard was faced against four wizards ready for battle.
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2019.06.23 04:41 PrestigiousProof Merck has been accused of committing fraud in its Gardasil vaccine safety trials putting millions of young girls at risk for ovarian failure or even death.


The HPV vaccine Gardasil was granted European license in February 2006,1 followed by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval that same year in June.2 Gardasil was controversial in the U.S. from the beginning, with vaccine safety activists questioning the quality of the clinical trials used to fast track the vaccine to licensure.3
Lauded as a silver bullet against cervical cancer, there have been multiple continuing reports since it was licensed that Gardasil vaccine has wrought havoc on the lives of young girls (and young boys) in the U.S. and in countries across the world. Serious adverse reactions reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in relation to Gardasil include but are not limited to:4
Postmarketing experiences and adverse events reported during post-approval use listed on the Gardasil vaccine insert5 include blood and lymphatic system disorders such as autoimmune hemolytic anemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and lymphadenopathy; pulmonary embolus; pancreatitis; autoimmune diseases; anaphylactic reactions; arthralgia and myalgia (musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders); nervous system disorders such as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, motor neuron disease, paralysis, seizures and transverse myelitis; and deep venous thrombosis, a vascular disorder.
According to "Manufactured Crisis — HPV, Hype and Horror," a film6 by The Alliance for Natural Health, there have also been cases of 16-year-old girls developing ovarian dysfunction, meaning they're going into menopause, which in turn means they will not be able to have children.
Despite such serious effects, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FDA allege the vast majority, or even all, of these tragic cases are unrelated to the vaccine, and that Gardasil is safe.
The Plaintiff's Science Day Presentation on Gardasil video features Robert F. Kennedy Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel for Children's Health Defense,7 an organization originally founded in 2016 as World Mercury Project and renamed in 2018 to focus on exposing and eliminating multiple harmful exposures contributing to the epidemic of chronic ill health among children. The video details the many safety problems associated with Merck's HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
The information presented is based on publicly available government documents. Kennedy notes that, if what he says about Merck in this video presentation were untrue, they would be considered slanderous.
However, Kennedy says he is not concerned about being sued for slander. He says he knows Merck won't sue, "because in the U.S., truth is an absolute defense against slander" and Merck knows that, were the company to sue for slander, Kennedy would file discovery requests that would unearth even more documents detailing Merck's fraudulent activities.
Kennedy's presentation does not go into the biological mechanisms by which Gardasil causes harm. He directs parents and pediatricians to the Children's Health Defense website8 to read peer reviewed medical literature sources for that information.
Instead, Kennedy's presentation focuses on what he describes as Merck's fraudulent clinical trials of Gardasil vaccine, which were used to gain FDA approval. While this article provides you with a summary of the key points, I urge you to watch Kennedy's presentation in in its entirety, as this information may well save you or your child a lifetime of heartache and exorbitant medical expenses.

How Merck committed fraud in its Gardasil safety testing

Kennedy says the fraud Merck committed in its safety testing is (a) testing Gardasil against a toxic placebo, and (b) hiding a 2.3% incidence of autoimmune disease occurring within seven months of vaccination.
In his presentation, Kennedy shows Table 1 from the package insert9 for Gardasil, which looks at vaccine injuries at the site of injection. It shows that Gardasil was administered to 5,088 girls; another 3,470 received the control, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate (AAAH) — a neurotoxic aluminum vaccine adjuvant that has been associated with many serious vaccine injuries in the medical literature.
A third group, consisting of 320 individuals, received a proper placebo (saline). In the Gardasil and AAAH control groups, the number of injuries were fairly close; 83.9% in the Gardasil group and 75.4% in the AAAH control group. Meanwhile, the rate of injury (again, relating to injuries at the injection site only), was significantly lower at 48.6%.
Next, he shows Table 9 from the vaccine insert, which is the "Summary of girls and women 9 through 26 years of age who reported an incident condition potentially indicative of a systemic autoimmune disorder after enrollment in clinical trials of Gardasil, regardless of causality." These conditions include serious systemic reactions, chronic and debilitating disorders and autoimmune diseases.
Now all of a sudden, there are only two columns, not three as shown for the injection site injuries. The column left out is that of the saline placebo group. Kennedy points out that Merck cleverly hides the hazards of Gardasil by combining the saline group with the aluminum control, thereby watering down the side effects reported in the controls. "They hide the saline group as a way of fooling you, your pediatrician and the regulatory agency," Kennedy says.
Looking at the effects reported in the two groups, 2.3% of those receiving Gardasil reported an effect of this nature, as did 2.3% of those receiving the AAAH (aluminum) control or saline placebo. The same exact ratio of harm is reported in both groups, which makes it appear as though Gardasil is harmless.
In reality, we know very little about Gardasil vaccine safety from the data as presented, since the vast majority of the controls were given a toxic substance, and they don't tell us how many of those receiving a truly inert substance developed these systemic injuries. Still, we can draw some educated guesses, seeing how the injection site injury ratios between Gardasil and the aluminum group were similar.
Merck's use of AAAH, a neurotoxic aluminum adjuvant instead of a biologically inactive placebo, effectively nullifies its prelicensure Gardasil safety testing.
As noted by Peter Gotzche with the Cochrane Center in 2016, when he co-filed an unofficial complaint against the European Medical Agency for bias in its assessment of the HPV vaccine, "The use of active comparators probably increased the occurrence of harms in the comparator group, thereby masking harms caused by the HPV vaccine."

Risk evaluation

When making an informed decision, you need to know both sides of the equation — the risk you're trying to avoid, and the risk you're taking on. Recall that, on average, 1 in 43,478 women will die from cervical cancer.
If 2.3% of girls develop an autoimmune disease from Gardasil, then that translates into 1,000 per 43,500. Even if a 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cancer is gone, does it makes sense to trade that for a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease?
And how many parents are comfortable giving a child a substance knowing there's a 1 in 43 chance that this substance will cause a lifelong disability? Yet that's the choice parents have been fooled into making.

Protocol 18

Merck has not disclosed how many clinical safety trials (also called protocols) it conducted for Gardasil. A slide in Kennedy's presentation shows a listing of several of the ones known, including protocol 18. Kennedy says this clinical trial is critical because that was the one that FDA used as its basis for giving Merck a license to market the vaccine for use in children as young as 9 years old.
Protocol 18 is the only trial in which the target audience, 9- through 15-year-old girls and boys, was tested prelicensure. The other trials looked at the vaccine's safety in 16- through 26-year-olds. Protocol 18 included just 939 children — "a very, very tiny group of people," Kennedy says, "for a product that is going to be marketed to millions of children around the world."
Aside from its small cohort size, protocol 18 is also filled with "fraud and flimflam," according to Kennedy. Merck presented protocol 18 to the FDA and HHS as the only safety trial that used a true nonbioactive inert placebo. This, however, was a misrepresentation.
Instead of pure saline, the placebo used in protocol 18 contained a carrier solution composed of polysorbate 80, sodium borate (borax, which is banned for food products in the U.S. and Europe), genetically modified yeast, L-histidine and DNA fragments. In essence, the "placebo" was all of the vaccine components with the exception of the aluminum adjuvant and the antigen (viral portion).
Very little if any safety testing has been done on these ingredients, so their biological effects in the body are largely unknown. What we can say for sure is that these are not inert substances like saline. Still, the 596 children given the carrier solution control "fared much better than any other cohort in the study," Kennedy says.
None of them had any serious adverse events in the first 15 days. Now, here's where Merck committed fraud yet again. As Kennedy points out, Table 20 in protocol 18 shows that Merck cut the amount of aluminum used in the Gardasil vaccine by half.
"They tested a completely different formulation," he says. "And, obviously, they took the amount of aluminum out to reduce the amount of injuries and mask the really bad safety profile of this vaccine …
Since Merck deceptively cut the amount of aluminum — Gardasil's most toxic component — in half, the data from that study does not support the safety of the standard Gardasil formulation. Since protocol 18 data are not based on the Gardasil vaccine formulation, the trial constitutes scientific fraud."

Exclusion criteria — Another bag of tricks

Kennedy also describes another trick used by Merck to skew results: exclusion criteria. By selecting trial participants that do not reflect the general population, they mask potentially injurious effects on vulnerable subgroups.
For example, individuals with severe allergies and prior genital infections were excluded, as were those who'd had more than four sex partners, those with a history of immunological or nervous system disorders, chronic illnesses, seizure disorders, other medical conditions, reactions to vaccine ingredients such as aluminum, yeast and benzonase, and anyone with a history of drug or alcohol abuse.
Yet Merck recommends Gardasil for all of these unstudied groups. Merck's investigators also had unlimited discretion to exclude anyone with "any condition which in the opinion of the investigator might interfere with the evaluation of the study objectives."
Merck also used "sloppy protocols to suppress reports of vaccine injury," Kennedy says. For example, only 10% of participants were given daily report cards to fill out, and they were only to be filled out for 14 days post-vaccination. What's more, these report cards only collected information about vaccination site effects, such as redness, itching and bruising.
Also ignored were autoimmune problems, seizures and menstrual cycle disruptions experienced by many of the girls. They also did not follow up with those who reported serious side effects. Merck also granted broad discretionary powers to its paid investigators to determine what they thought constituted a reportable adverse event and to dismiss potential vaccine reactions.
The researchers did not systematically collect adverse event data, which is the whole point of doing a safety study in the first place, and by not paying for the additional time required by investigators to fill out time-consuming adverse event reports, Merck effectively incentivized the dismissal of side effects.
Many of the illnesses and injuries reported were also classified as "new medical conditions" rather than adverse events, and no rigorous investigation of these new conditions were performed.
According to Kennedy, at the time of the vaccine's approval, 49.5% of the Gardasil group and 52% of the controls (who received either the aluminum adjuvant or the vaccine carrier solution) had "new medical history" after the seventh month (Table 303, which included protocols 7, 13, 15 and 18), many of which were serious, chronic diseases.

Risk evaluation, take 2

Taking all of this into account, here's how the risk-benefit equation looks now: The 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cervical cancer may have been removed (assuming the vaccine actually works), but by taking the vaccine there is now a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease, and a 1 in 2 chance of developing some form of serious medical condition.

More lies

According to Kennedy, Merck also submitted fraudulent information to its Worldwide Adverse Experience System and the federal Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System (VAERS) about the death of Christina Tarsell, one of its study participants.
"Merck claimed that Chris' gynecologist had told the company that her death was due to viral infection. Chris' gynecologist denies that she ever gave this information to Merck. To this day, Merck has refused to change its false entry on its own reporting system," Kennedy says.
"Furthermore, Merck lied to the girls participating in these studies, telling them that the placebo was saline and contained no other ingredients. And No. 2, that the study in which they were participating was not a safety study. They were told that there had already been safety studies and that the vaccine had been proven safe …
They made it so that the girls were less likely to report injuries associated with the vaccine, because they believed the vaccine they were receiving had already been proven safe and that any injuries did experience, maybe a month, two months or three months after the vaccine must just be coincidental and had nothing to do with the vaccine."
But it gets worse, because there's a possibility Gardasil could cause cancer. The Gardasil insert13 admits it has never been evaluated for carcinogenicity or genotoxicity, yet its ingredients "include potential carcinogens and mutagens, including aluminum and human DNA," Kennedy says.
He goes on to show the results of Merck's study protocol 13 (Table 17: Applicant's analysis of efficacy against vaccine-relevant HPV types CIN 2/3 or worse among subjects who were PCR positive and seropositive for relevant HPV types at day 1.)
What this protocol showed is that women who had previous exposure to the HPV strains used in the vaccine had a 44.6% increased risk of developing CIN2 and CIN3 lesions after vaccination. Taking the dubious efficacy of Gardasil into account, and the fact that it may only impact one-third of cervical cancer cases, the risk-benefit lineup when taking the vaccine now looks like this:

Widespread Gardasil use may trigger more virulent HPV infections

"To make things even worse, there are recent scientific studies that suggest a phenomenon known as type replacement," Kennedy says. "Type replacement" refers to when the elimination or suppression of one viral strain allows a more virulent strain to colonize.
The study,14 "Shift in Prevalence of HPV Types in Cervical Cytology Specimens in the Era of HPV Vaccination," published in the journal Oncology Letters in 2016 — which analyzed the association between the prevalence of 32 types of HPV virus in 615 women who had abnormal cervical cytopathology — reported that:
"… HPV16, which is recognized as the main HR-HPV type responsible for the development of cervical cancer, was observed in 32.98% of HPV participants, followed by HPV42 (18.09%), HPV31 (17.66%), HPV51 (13.83%), HPV56 (10.00%), HPV53 (8.72%) and HPV66 (8.72%).
The prevalence of HR-HPV types, which may be suppressed directly (in the case of HPV16 and 18), or possibly via cross-protection (in the case of HPV31) following vaccination, was considerably lower in participants ≤22 years of age (HPV16, 28.57%; HPV18, 2.04%; HPV31, 6.12%), compared with participants 23–29 years of age (HPV16, 45.71%; HPV18, 7.86%; HPV31, 22.86%), who were less likely to be vaccinated.
Consequently, the present study hypothesizes that there may be a continuous shift in the prevalence of HPV types as a result of vaccination. Furthermore, the percentage of non-vaccine HR-HPV types was higher than expected, considering that eight HPV types formerly classified as 'low-risk' or 'probably high-risk' are in fact HR-HPV types.
Therefore, it may be important to monitor non-vaccine HPV types in future studies, and an investigation concerning several HR-HPV types as risk factors for the development of cervical cancer is required."
Sources
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2019.06.23 04:41 PrestigiousProof Merck has been accused of committing fraud in its Gardasil vaccine safety trials putting millions of young girls at risk for ovarian failure or even death.


The HPV vaccine Gardasil was granted European license in February 2006,1 followed by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval that same year in June.2 Gardasil was controversial in the U.S. from the beginning, with vaccine safety activists questioning the quality of the clinical trials used to fast track the vaccine to licensure.3
Lauded as a silver bullet against cervical cancer, there have been multiple continuing reports since it was licensed that Gardasil vaccine has wrought havoc on the lives of young girls (and young boys) in the U.S. and in countries across the world. Serious adverse reactions reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in relation to Gardasil include but are not limited to:4
Postmarketing experiences and adverse events reported during post-approval use listed on the Gardasil vaccine insert5 include blood and lymphatic system disorders such as autoimmune hemolytic anemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and lymphadenopathy; pulmonary embolus; pancreatitis; autoimmune diseases; anaphylactic reactions; arthralgia and myalgia (musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders); nervous system disorders such as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, motor neuron disease, paralysis, seizures and transverse myelitis; and deep venous thrombosis, a vascular disorder.
According to "Manufactured Crisis — HPV, Hype and Horror," a film6 by The Alliance for Natural Health, there have also been cases of 16-year-old girls developing ovarian dysfunction, meaning they're going into menopause, which in turn means they will not be able to have children.
Despite such serious effects, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FDA allege the vast majority, or even all, of these tragic cases are unrelated to the vaccine, and that Gardasil is safe.
The Plaintiff's Science Day Presentation on Gardasil video features Robert F. Kennedy Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel for Children's Health Defense,7 an organization originally founded in 2016 as World Mercury Project and renamed in 2018 to focus on exposing and eliminating multiple harmful exposures contributing to the epidemic of chronic ill health among children. The video details the many safety problems associated with Merck's HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
The information presented is based on publicly available government documents. Kennedy notes that, if what he says about Merck in this video presentation were untrue, they would be considered slanderous.
However, Kennedy says he is not concerned about being sued for slander. He says he knows Merck won't sue, "because in the U.S., truth is an absolute defense against slander" and Merck knows that, were the company to sue for slander, Kennedy would file discovery requests that would unearth even more documents detailing Merck's fraudulent activities.
Kennedy's presentation does not go into the biological mechanisms by which Gardasil causes harm. He directs parents and pediatricians to the Children's Health Defense website8 to read peer reviewed medical literature sources for that information.
Instead, Kennedy's presentation focuses on what he describes as Merck's fraudulent clinical trials of Gardasil vaccine, which were used to gain FDA approval. While this article provides you with a summary of the key points, I urge you to watch Kennedy's presentation in in its entirety, as this information may well save you or your child a lifetime of heartache and exorbitant medical expenses.

How Merck committed fraud in its Gardasil safety testing

Kennedy says the fraud Merck committed in its safety testing is (a) testing Gardasil against a toxic placebo, and (b) hiding a 2.3% incidence of autoimmune disease occurring within seven months of vaccination.
In his presentation, Kennedy shows Table 1 from the package insert9 for Gardasil, which looks at vaccine injuries at the site of injection. It shows that Gardasil was administered to 5,088 girls; another 3,470 received the control, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate (AAAH) — a neurotoxic aluminum vaccine adjuvant that has been associated with many serious vaccine injuries in the medical literature.
A third group, consisting of 320 individuals, received a proper placebo (saline). In the Gardasil and AAAH control groups, the number of injuries were fairly close; 83.9% in the Gardasil group and 75.4% in the AAAH control group. Meanwhile, the rate of injury (again, relating to injuries at the injection site only), was significantly lower at 48.6%.
Next, he shows Table 9 from the vaccine insert, which is the "Summary of girls and women 9 through 26 years of age who reported an incident condition potentially indicative of a systemic autoimmune disorder after enrollment in clinical trials of Gardasil, regardless of causality." These conditions include serious systemic reactions, chronic and debilitating disorders and autoimmune diseases.
Now all of a sudden, there are only two columns, not three as shown for the injection site injuries. The column left out is that of the saline placebo group. Kennedy points out that Merck cleverly hides the hazards of Gardasil by combining the saline group with the aluminum control, thereby watering down the side effects reported in the controls. "They hide the saline group as a way of fooling you, your pediatrician and the regulatory agency," Kennedy says.
Looking at the effects reported in the two groups, 2.3% of those receiving Gardasil reported an effect of this nature, as did 2.3% of those receiving the AAAH (aluminum) control or saline placebo. The same exact ratio of harm is reported in both groups, which makes it appear as though Gardasil is harmless.
In reality, we know very little about Gardasil vaccine safety from the data as presented, since the vast majority of the controls were given a toxic substance, and they don't tell us how many of those receiving a truly inert substance developed these systemic injuries. Still, we can draw some educated guesses, seeing how the injection site injury ratios between Gardasil and the aluminum group were similar.
Merck's use of AAAH, a neurotoxic aluminum adjuvant instead of a biologically inactive placebo, effectively nullifies its prelicensure Gardasil safety testing.
As noted by Peter Gotzche with the Cochrane Center in 2016, when he co-filed an unofficial complaint against the European Medical Agency for bias in its assessment of the HPV vaccine, "The use of active comparators probably increased the occurrence of harms in the comparator group, thereby masking harms caused by the HPV vaccine."

Risk evaluation

When making an informed decision, you need to know both sides of the equation — the risk you're trying to avoid, and the risk you're taking on. Recall that, on average, 1 in 43,478 women will die from cervical cancer.
If 2.3% of girls develop an autoimmune disease from Gardasil, then that translates into 1,000 per 43,500. Even if a 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cancer is gone, does it makes sense to trade that for a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease?
And how many parents are comfortable giving a child a substance knowing there's a 1 in 43 chance that this substance will cause a lifelong disability? Yet that's the choice parents have been fooled into making.

Protocol 18

Merck has not disclosed how many clinical safety trials (also called protocols) it conducted for Gardasil. A slide in Kennedy's presentation shows a listing of several of the ones known, including protocol 18. Kennedy says this clinical trial is critical because that was the one that FDA used as its basis for giving Merck a license to market the vaccine for use in children as young as 9 years old.
Protocol 18 is the only trial in which the target audience, 9- through 15-year-old girls and boys, was tested prelicensure. The other trials looked at the vaccine's safety in 16- through 26-year-olds. Protocol 18 included just 939 children — "a very, very tiny group of people," Kennedy says, "for a product that is going to be marketed to millions of children around the world."
Aside from its small cohort size, protocol 18 is also filled with "fraud and flimflam," according to Kennedy. Merck presented protocol 18 to the FDA and HHS as the only safety trial that used a true nonbioactive inert placebo. This, however, was a misrepresentation.
Instead of pure saline, the placebo used in protocol 18 contained a carrier solution composed of polysorbate 80, sodium borate (borax, which is banned for food products in the U.S. and Europe), genetically modified yeast, L-histidine and DNA fragments. In essence, the "placebo" was all of the vaccine components with the exception of the aluminum adjuvant and the antigen (viral portion).
Very little if any safety testing has been done on these ingredients, so their biological effects in the body are largely unknown. What we can say for sure is that these are not inert substances like saline. Still, the 596 children given the carrier solution control "fared much better than any other cohort in the study," Kennedy says.
None of them had any serious adverse events in the first 15 days. Now, here's where Merck committed fraud yet again. As Kennedy points out, Table 20 in protocol 18 shows that Merck cut the amount of aluminum used in the Gardasil vaccine by half.
"They tested a completely different formulation," he says. "And, obviously, they took the amount of aluminum out to reduce the amount of injuries and mask the really bad safety profile of this vaccine …
Since Merck deceptively cut the amount of aluminum — Gardasil's most toxic component — in half, the data from that study does not support the safety of the standard Gardasil formulation. Since protocol 18 data are not based on the Gardasil vaccine formulation, the trial constitutes scientific fraud."

Exclusion criteria — Another bag of tricks

Kennedy also describes another trick used by Merck to skew results: exclusion criteria. By selecting trial participants that do not reflect the general population, they mask potentially injurious effects on vulnerable subgroups.
For example, individuals with severe allergies and prior genital infections were excluded, as were those who'd had more than four sex partners, those with a history of immunological or nervous system disorders, chronic illnesses, seizure disorders, other medical conditions, reactions to vaccine ingredients such as aluminum, yeast and benzonase, and anyone with a history of drug or alcohol abuse.
Yet Merck recommends Gardasil for all of these unstudied groups. Merck's investigators also had unlimited discretion to exclude anyone with "any condition which in the opinion of the investigator might interfere with the evaluation of the study objectives."
Merck also used "sloppy protocols to suppress reports of vaccine injury," Kennedy says. For example, only 10% of participants were given daily report cards to fill out, and they were only to be filled out for 14 days post-vaccination. What's more, these report cards only collected information about vaccination site effects, such as redness, itching and bruising.
Also ignored were autoimmune problems, seizures and menstrual cycle disruptions experienced by many of the girls. They also did not follow up with those who reported serious side effects. Merck also granted broad discretionary powers to its paid investigators to determine what they thought constituted a reportable adverse event and to dismiss potential vaccine reactions.
The researchers did not systematically collect adverse event data, which is the whole point of doing a safety study in the first place, and by not paying for the additional time required by investigators to fill out time-consuming adverse event reports, Merck effectively incentivized the dismissal of side effects.
Many of the illnesses and injuries reported were also classified as "new medical conditions" rather than adverse events, and no rigorous investigation of these new conditions were performed.
According to Kennedy, at the time of the vaccine's approval, 49.5% of the Gardasil group and 52% of the controls (who received either the aluminum adjuvant or the vaccine carrier solution) had "new medical history" after the seventh month (Table 303, which included protocols 7, 13, 15 and 18), many of which were serious, chronic diseases.

Risk evaluation, take 2

Taking all of this into account, here's how the risk-benefit equation looks now: The 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cervical cancer may have been removed (assuming the vaccine actually works), but by taking the vaccine there is now a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease, and a 1 in 2 chance of developing some form of serious medical condition.

More lies

According to Kennedy, Merck also submitted fraudulent information to its Worldwide Adverse Experience System and the federal Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System (VAERS) about the death of Christina Tarsell, one of its study participants.
"Merck claimed that Chris' gynecologist had told the company that her death was due to viral infection. Chris' gynecologist denies that she ever gave this information to Merck. To this day, Merck has refused to change its false entry on its own reporting system," Kennedy says.
"Furthermore, Merck lied to the girls participating in these studies, telling them that the placebo was saline and contained no other ingredients. And No. 2, that the study in which they were participating was not a safety study. They were told that there had already been safety studies and that the vaccine had been proven safe …
They made it so that the girls were less likely to report injuries associated with the vaccine, because they believed the vaccine they were receiving had already been proven safe and that any injuries did experience, maybe a month, two months or three months after the vaccine must just be coincidental and had nothing to do with the vaccine."
But it gets worse, because there's a possibility Gardasil could cause cancer. The Gardasil insert13 admits it has never been evaluated for carcinogenicity or genotoxicity, yet its ingredients "include potential carcinogens and mutagens, including aluminum and human DNA," Kennedy says.
He goes on to show the results of Merck's study protocol 13 (Table 17: Applicant's analysis of efficacy against vaccine-relevant HPV types CIN 2/3 or worse among subjects who were PCR positive and seropositive for relevant HPV types at day 1.)
What this protocol showed is that women who had previous exposure to the HPV strains used in the vaccine had a 44.6% increased risk of developing CIN2 and CIN3 lesions after vaccination. Taking the dubious efficacy of Gardasil into account, and the fact that it may only impact one-third of cervical cancer cases, the risk-benefit lineup when taking the vaccine now looks like this:

Widespread Gardasil use may trigger more virulent HPV infections

"To make things even worse, there are recent scientific studies that suggest a phenomenon known as type replacement," Kennedy says. "Type replacement" refers to when the elimination or suppression of one viral strain allows a more virulent strain to colonize.
The study,14 "Shift in Prevalence of HPV Types in Cervical Cytology Specimens in the Era of HPV Vaccination," published in the journal Oncology Letters in 2016 — which analyzed the association between the prevalence of 32 types of HPV virus in 615 women who had abnormal cervical cytopathology — reported that:
"… HPV16, which is recognized as the main HR-HPV type responsible for the development of cervical cancer, was observed in 32.98% of HPV participants, followed by HPV42 (18.09%), HPV31 (17.66%), HPV51 (13.83%), HPV56 (10.00%), HPV53 (8.72%) and HPV66 (8.72%).
The prevalence of HR-HPV types, which may be suppressed directly (in the case of HPV16 and 18), or possibly via cross-protection (in the case of HPV31) following vaccination, was considerably lower in participants ≤22 years of age (HPV16, 28.57%; HPV18, 2.04%; HPV31, 6.12%), compared with participants 23–29 years of age (HPV16, 45.71%; HPV18, 7.86%; HPV31, 22.86%), who were less likely to be vaccinated.
Consequently, the present study hypothesizes that there may be a continuous shift in the prevalence of HPV types as a result of vaccination. Furthermore, the percentage of non-vaccine HR-HPV types was higher than expected, considering that eight HPV types formerly classified as 'low-risk' or 'probably high-risk' are in fact HR-HPV types.
Therefore, it may be important to monitor non-vaccine HPV types in future studies, and an investigation concerning several HR-HPV types as risk factors for the development of cervical cancer is required."
Sources
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2019.06.23 04:41 PrestigiousProof Merck has been accused of committing fraud in its Gardasil vaccine safety trials putting millions of young girls at risk for ovarian failure or even death.


The HPV vaccine Gardasil was granted European license in February 2006,1 followed by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval that same year in June.2 Gardasil was controversial in the U.S. from the beginning, with vaccine safety activists questioning the quality of the clinical trials used to fast track the vaccine to licensure.3
Lauded as a silver bullet against cervical cancer, there have been multiple continuing reports since it was licensed that Gardasil vaccine has wrought havoc on the lives of young girls (and young boys) in the U.S. and in countries across the world. Serious adverse reactions reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in relation to Gardasil include but are not limited to:4
Postmarketing experiences and adverse events reported during post-approval use listed on the Gardasil vaccine insert5 include blood and lymphatic system disorders such as autoimmune hemolytic anemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and lymphadenopathy; pulmonary embolus; pancreatitis; autoimmune diseases; anaphylactic reactions; arthralgia and myalgia (musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders); nervous system disorders such as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, motor neuron disease, paralysis, seizures and transverse myelitis; and deep venous thrombosis, a vascular disorder.
According to "Manufactured Crisis — HPV, Hype and Horror," a film6 by The Alliance for Natural Health, there have also been cases of 16-year-old girls developing ovarian dysfunction, meaning they're going into menopause, which in turn means they will not be able to have children.
Despite such serious effects, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FDA allege the vast majority, or even all, of these tragic cases are unrelated to the vaccine, and that Gardasil is safe.
The Plaintiff's Science Day Presentation on Gardasil video features Robert F. Kennedy Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel for Children's Health Defense,7 an organization originally founded in 2016 as World Mercury Project and renamed in 2018 to focus on exposing and eliminating multiple harmful exposures contributing to the epidemic of chronic ill health among children. The video details the many safety problems associated with Merck's HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
The information presented is based on publicly available government documents. Kennedy notes that, if what he says about Merck in this video presentation were untrue, they would be considered slanderous.
However, Kennedy says he is not concerned about being sued for slander. He says he knows Merck won't sue, "because in the U.S., truth is an absolute defense against slander" and Merck knows that, were the company to sue for slander, Kennedy would file discovery requests that would unearth even more documents detailing Merck's fraudulent activities.
Kennedy's presentation does not go into the biological mechanisms by which Gardasil causes harm. He directs parents and pediatricians to the Children's Health Defense website8 to read peer reviewed medical literature sources for that information.
Instead, Kennedy's presentation focuses on what he describes as Merck's fraudulent clinical trials of Gardasil vaccine, which were used to gain FDA approval. While this article provides you with a summary of the key points, I urge you to watch Kennedy's presentation in in its entirety, as this information may well save you or your child a lifetime of heartache and exorbitant medical expenses.

How Merck committed fraud in its Gardasil safety testing

Kennedy says the fraud Merck committed in its safety testing is (a) testing Gardasil against a toxic placebo, and (b) hiding a 2.3% incidence of autoimmune disease occurring within seven months of vaccination.
In his presentation, Kennedy shows Table 1 from the package insert9 for Gardasil, which looks at vaccine injuries at the site of injection. It shows that Gardasil was administered to 5,088 girls; another 3,470 received the control, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate (AAAH) — a neurotoxic aluminum vaccine adjuvant that has been associated with many serious vaccine injuries in the medical literature.
A third group, consisting of 320 individuals, received a proper placebo (saline). In the Gardasil and AAAH control groups, the number of injuries were fairly close; 83.9% in the Gardasil group and 75.4% in the AAAH control group. Meanwhile, the rate of injury (again, relating to injuries at the injection site only), was significantly lower at 48.6%.
Next, he shows Table 9 from the vaccine insert, which is the "Summary of girls and women 9 through 26 years of age who reported an incident condition potentially indicative of a systemic autoimmune disorder after enrollment in clinical trials of Gardasil, regardless of causality." These conditions include serious systemic reactions, chronic and debilitating disorders and autoimmune diseases.
Now all of a sudden, there are only two columns, not three as shown for the injection site injuries. The column left out is that of the saline placebo group. Kennedy points out that Merck cleverly hides the hazards of Gardasil by combining the saline group with the aluminum control, thereby watering down the side effects reported in the controls. "They hide the saline group as a way of fooling you, your pediatrician and the regulatory agency," Kennedy says.
Looking at the effects reported in the two groups, 2.3% of those receiving Gardasil reported an effect of this nature, as did 2.3% of those receiving the AAAH (aluminum) control or saline placebo. The same exact ratio of harm is reported in both groups, which makes it appear as though Gardasil is harmless.
In reality, we know very little about Gardasil vaccine safety from the data as presented, since the vast majority of the controls were given a toxic substance, and they don't tell us how many of those receiving a truly inert substance developed these systemic injuries. Still, we can draw some educated guesses, seeing how the injection site injury ratios between Gardasil and the aluminum group were similar.
Merck's use of AAAH, a neurotoxic aluminum adjuvant instead of a biologically inactive placebo, effectively nullifies its prelicensure Gardasil safety testing.
As noted by Peter Gotzche with the Cochrane Center in 2016, when he co-filed an unofficial complaint against the European Medical Agency for bias in its assessment of the HPV vaccine, "The use of active comparators probably increased the occurrence of harms in the comparator group, thereby masking harms caused by the HPV vaccine."

Risk evaluation

When making an informed decision, you need to know both sides of the equation — the risk you're trying to avoid, and the risk you're taking on. Recall that, on average, 1 in 43,478 women will die from cervical cancer.
If 2.3% of girls develop an autoimmune disease from Gardasil, then that translates into 1,000 per 43,500. Even if a 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cancer is gone, does it makes sense to trade that for a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease?
And how many parents are comfortable giving a child a substance knowing there's a 1 in 43 chance that this substance will cause a lifelong disability? Yet that's the choice parents have been fooled into making.

Protocol 18

Merck has not disclosed how many clinical safety trials (also called protocols) it conducted for Gardasil. A slide in Kennedy's presentation shows a listing of several of the ones known, including protocol 18. Kennedy says this clinical trial is critical because that was the one that FDA used as its basis for giving Merck a license to market the vaccine for use in children as young as 9 years old.
Protocol 18 is the only trial in which the target audience, 9- through 15-year-old girls and boys, was tested prelicensure. The other trials looked at the vaccine's safety in 16- through 26-year-olds. Protocol 18 included just 939 children — "a very, very tiny group of people," Kennedy says, "for a product that is going to be marketed to millions of children around the world."
Aside from its small cohort size, protocol 18 is also filled with "fraud and flimflam," according to Kennedy. Merck presented protocol 18 to the FDA and HHS as the only safety trial that used a true nonbioactive inert placebo. This, however, was a misrepresentation.
Instead of pure saline, the placebo used in protocol 18 contained a carrier solution composed of polysorbate 80, sodium borate (borax, which is banned for food products in the U.S. and Europe), genetically modified yeast, L-histidine and DNA fragments. In essence, the "placebo" was all of the vaccine components with the exception of the aluminum adjuvant and the antigen (viral portion).
Very little if any safety testing has been done on these ingredients, so their biological effects in the body are largely unknown. What we can say for sure is that these are not inert substances like saline. Still, the 596 children given the carrier solution control "fared much better than any other cohort in the study," Kennedy says.
None of them had any serious adverse events in the first 15 days. Now, here's where Merck committed fraud yet again. As Kennedy points out, Table 20 in protocol 18 shows that Merck cut the amount of aluminum used in the Gardasil vaccine by half.
"They tested a completely different formulation," he says. "And, obviously, they took the amount of aluminum out to reduce the amount of injuries and mask the really bad safety profile of this vaccine …
Since Merck deceptively cut the amount of aluminum — Gardasil's most toxic component — in half, the data from that study does not support the safety of the standard Gardasil formulation. Since protocol 18 data are not based on the Gardasil vaccine formulation, the trial constitutes scientific fraud."

Exclusion criteria — Another bag of tricks

Kennedy also describes another trick used by Merck to skew results: exclusion criteria. By selecting trial participants that do not reflect the general population, they mask potentially injurious effects on vulnerable subgroups.
For example, individuals with severe allergies and prior genital infections were excluded, as were those who'd had more than four sex partners, those with a history of immunological or nervous system disorders, chronic illnesses, seizure disorders, other medical conditions, reactions to vaccine ingredients such as aluminum, yeast and benzonase, and anyone with a history of drug or alcohol abuse.
Yet Merck recommends Gardasil for all of these unstudied groups. Merck's investigators also had unlimited discretion to exclude anyone with "any condition which in the opinion of the investigator might interfere with the evaluation of the study objectives."
Merck also used "sloppy protocols to suppress reports of vaccine injury," Kennedy says. For example, only 10% of participants were given daily report cards to fill out, and they were only to be filled out for 14 days post-vaccination. What's more, these report cards only collected information about vaccination site effects, such as redness, itching and bruising.
Also ignored were autoimmune problems, seizures and menstrual cycle disruptions experienced by many of the girls. They also did not follow up with those who reported serious side effects. Merck also granted broad discretionary powers to its paid investigators to determine what they thought constituted a reportable adverse event and to dismiss potential vaccine reactions.
The researchers did not systematically collect adverse event data, which is the whole point of doing a safety study in the first place, and by not paying for the additional time required by investigators to fill out time-consuming adverse event reports, Merck effectively incentivized the dismissal of side effects.
Many of the illnesses and injuries reported were also classified as "new medical conditions" rather than adverse events, and no rigorous investigation of these new conditions were performed.
According to Kennedy, at the time of the vaccine's approval, 49.5% of the Gardasil group and 52% of the controls (who received either the aluminum adjuvant or the vaccine carrier solution) had "new medical history" after the seventh month (Table 303, which included protocols 7, 13, 15 and 18), many of which were serious, chronic diseases.

Risk evaluation, take 2

Taking all of this into account, here's how the risk-benefit equation looks now: The 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cervical cancer may have been removed (assuming the vaccine actually works), but by taking the vaccine there is now a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease, and a 1 in 2 chance of developing some form of serious medical condition.

More lies

According to Kennedy, Merck also submitted fraudulent information to its Worldwide Adverse Experience System and the federal Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System (VAERS) about the death of Christina Tarsell, one of its study participants.
"Merck claimed that Chris' gynecologist had told the company that her death was due to viral infection. Chris' gynecologist denies that she ever gave this information to Merck. To this day, Merck has refused to change its false entry on its own reporting system," Kennedy says.
"Furthermore, Merck lied to the girls participating in these studies, telling them that the placebo was saline and contained no other ingredients. And No. 2, that the study in which they were participating was not a safety study. They were told that there had already been safety studies and that the vaccine had been proven safe …
They made it so that the girls were less likely to report injuries associated with the vaccine, because they believed the vaccine they were receiving had already been proven safe and that any injuries did experience, maybe a month, two months or three months after the vaccine must just be coincidental and had nothing to do with the vaccine."
But it gets worse, because there's a possibility Gardasil could cause cancer. The Gardasil insert13 admits it has never been evaluated for carcinogenicity or genotoxicity, yet its ingredients "include potential carcinogens and mutagens, including aluminum and human DNA," Kennedy says.
He goes on to show the results of Merck's study protocol 13 (Table 17: Applicant's analysis of efficacy against vaccine-relevant HPV types CIN 2/3 or worse among subjects who were PCR positive and seropositive for relevant HPV types at day 1.)
What this protocol showed is that women who had previous exposure to the HPV strains used in the vaccine had a 44.6% increased risk of developing CIN2 and CIN3 lesions after vaccination. Taking the dubious efficacy of Gardasil into account, and the fact that it may only impact one-third of cervical cancer cases, the risk-benefit lineup when taking the vaccine now looks like this:

Widespread Gardasil use may trigger more virulent HPV infections

"To make things even worse, there are recent scientific studies that suggest a phenomenon known as type replacement," Kennedy says. "Type replacement" refers to when the elimination or suppression of one viral strain allows a more virulent strain to colonize.
The study,14 "Shift in Prevalence of HPV Types in Cervical Cytology Specimens in the Era of HPV Vaccination," published in the journal Oncology Letters in 2016 — which analyzed the association between the prevalence of 32 types of HPV virus in 615 women who had abnormal cervical cytopathology — reported that:
"… HPV16, which is recognized as the main HR-HPV type responsible for the development of cervical cancer, was observed in 32.98% of HPV participants, followed by HPV42 (18.09%), HPV31 (17.66%), HPV51 (13.83%), HPV56 (10.00%), HPV53 (8.72%) and HPV66 (8.72%).
The prevalence of HR-HPV types, which may be suppressed directly (in the case of HPV16 and 18), or possibly via cross-protection (in the case of HPV31) following vaccination, was considerably lower in participants ≤22 years of age (HPV16, 28.57%; HPV18, 2.04%; HPV31, 6.12%), compared with participants 23–29 years of age (HPV16, 45.71%; HPV18, 7.86%; HPV31, 22.86%), who were less likely to be vaccinated.
Consequently, the present study hypothesizes that there may be a continuous shift in the prevalence of HPV types as a result of vaccination. Furthermore, the percentage of non-vaccine HR-HPV types was higher than expected, considering that eight HPV types formerly classified as 'low-risk' or 'probably high-risk' are in fact HR-HPV types.
Therefore, it may be important to monitor non-vaccine HPV types in future studies, and an investigation concerning several HR-HPV types as risk factors for the development of cervical cancer is required."
Sources
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2019.06.23 04:41 PrestigiousProof Merck has been accused of committing fraud in its Gardasil vaccine safety trials putting millions of young girls at risk for ovarian failure or even death.


The HPV vaccine Gardasil was granted European license in February 2006,1 followed by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval that same year in June.2 Gardasil was controversial in the U.S. from the beginning, with vaccine safety activists questioning the quality of the clinical trials used to fast track the vaccine to licensure.3
Lauded as a silver bullet against cervical cancer, there have been multiple continuing reports since it was licensed that Gardasil vaccine has wrought havoc on the lives of young girls (and young boys) in the U.S. and in countries across the world. Serious adverse reactions reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in relation to Gardasil include but are not limited to:4
Postmarketing experiences and adverse events reported during post-approval use listed on the Gardasil vaccine insert5 include blood and lymphatic system disorders such as autoimmune hemolytic anemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and lymphadenopathy; pulmonary embolus; pancreatitis; autoimmune diseases; anaphylactic reactions; arthralgia and myalgia (musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders); nervous system disorders such as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, motor neuron disease, paralysis, seizures and transverse myelitis; and deep venous thrombosis, a vascular disorder.
According to "Manufactured Crisis — HPV, Hype and Horror," a film6 by The Alliance for Natural Health, there have also been cases of 16-year-old girls developing ovarian dysfunction, meaning they're going into menopause, which in turn means they will not be able to have children.
Despite such serious effects, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FDA allege the vast majority, or even all, of these tragic cases are unrelated to the vaccine, and that Gardasil is safe.
The Plaintiff's Science Day Presentation on Gardasil video features Robert F. Kennedy Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel for Children's Health Defense,7 an organization originally founded in 2016 as World Mercury Project and renamed in 2018 to focus on exposing and eliminating multiple harmful exposures contributing to the epidemic of chronic ill health among children. The video details the many safety problems associated with Merck's HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
The information presented is based on publicly available government documents. Kennedy notes that, if what he says about Merck in this video presentation were untrue, they would be considered slanderous.
However, Kennedy says he is not concerned about being sued for slander. He says he knows Merck won't sue, "because in the U.S., truth is an absolute defense against slander" and Merck knows that, were the company to sue for slander, Kennedy would file discovery requests that would unearth even more documents detailing Merck's fraudulent activities.
Kennedy's presentation does not go into the biological mechanisms by which Gardasil causes harm. He directs parents and pediatricians to the Children's Health Defense website8 to read peer reviewed medical literature sources for that information.
Instead, Kennedy's presentation focuses on what he describes as Merck's fraudulent clinical trials of Gardasil vaccine, which were used to gain FDA approval. While this article provides you with a summary of the key points, I urge you to watch Kennedy's presentation in in its entirety, as this information may well save you or your child a lifetime of heartache and exorbitant medical expenses.

How Merck committed fraud in its Gardasil safety testing

Kennedy says the fraud Merck committed in its safety testing is (a) testing Gardasil against a toxic placebo, and (b) hiding a 2.3% incidence of autoimmune disease occurring within seven months of vaccination.
In his presentation, Kennedy shows Table 1 from the package insert9 for Gardasil, which looks at vaccine injuries at the site of injection. It shows that Gardasil was administered to 5,088 girls; another 3,470 received the control, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate (AAAH) — a neurotoxic aluminum vaccine adjuvant that has been associated with many serious vaccine injuries in the medical literature.
A third group, consisting of 320 individuals, received a proper placebo (saline). In the Gardasil and AAAH control groups, the number of injuries were fairly close; 83.9% in the Gardasil group and 75.4% in the AAAH control group. Meanwhile, the rate of injury (again, relating to injuries at the injection site only), was significantly lower at 48.6%.
Next, he shows Table 9 from the vaccine insert, which is the "Summary of girls and women 9 through 26 years of age who reported an incident condition potentially indicative of a systemic autoimmune disorder after enrollment in clinical trials of Gardasil, regardless of causality." These conditions include serious systemic reactions, chronic and debilitating disorders and autoimmune diseases.
Now all of a sudden, there are only two columns, not three as shown for the injection site injuries. The column left out is that of the saline placebo group. Kennedy points out that Merck cleverly hides the hazards of Gardasil by combining the saline group with the aluminum control, thereby watering down the side effects reported in the controls. "They hide the saline group as a way of fooling you, your pediatrician and the regulatory agency," Kennedy says.
Looking at the effects reported in the two groups, 2.3% of those receiving Gardasil reported an effect of this nature, as did 2.3% of those receiving the AAAH (aluminum) control or saline placebo. The same exact ratio of harm is reported in both groups, which makes it appear as though Gardasil is harmless.
In reality, we know very little about Gardasil vaccine safety from the data as presented, since the vast majority of the controls were given a toxic substance, and they don't tell us how many of those receiving a truly inert substance developed these systemic injuries. Still, we can draw some educated guesses, seeing how the injection site injury ratios between Gardasil and the aluminum group were similar.
Merck's use of AAAH, a neurotoxic aluminum adjuvant instead of a biologically inactive placebo, effectively nullifies its prelicensure Gardasil safety testing.
As noted by Peter Gotzche with the Cochrane Center in 2016, when he co-filed an unofficial complaint against the European Medical Agency for bias in its assessment of the HPV vaccine, "The use of active comparators probably increased the occurrence of harms in the comparator group, thereby masking harms caused by the HPV vaccine."

Risk evaluation

When making an informed decision, you need to know both sides of the equation — the risk you're trying to avoid, and the risk you're taking on. Recall that, on average, 1 in 43,478 women will die from cervical cancer.
If 2.3% of girls develop an autoimmune disease from Gardasil, then that translates into 1,000 per 43,500. Even if a 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cancer is gone, does it makes sense to trade that for a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease?
And how many parents are comfortable giving a child a substance knowing there's a 1 in 43 chance that this substance will cause a lifelong disability? Yet that's the choice parents have been fooled into making.

Protocol 18

Merck has not disclosed how many clinical safety trials (also called protocols) it conducted for Gardasil. A slide in Kennedy's presentation shows a listing of several of the ones known, including protocol 18. Kennedy says this clinical trial is critical because that was the one that FDA used as its basis for giving Merck a license to market the vaccine for use in children as young as 9 years old.
Protocol 18 is the only trial in which the target audience, 9- through 15-year-old girls and boys, was tested prelicensure. The other trials looked at the vaccine's safety in 16- through 26-year-olds. Protocol 18 included just 939 children — "a very, very tiny group of people," Kennedy says, "for a product that is going to be marketed to millions of children around the world."
Aside from its small cohort size, protocol 18 is also filled with "fraud and flimflam," according to Kennedy. Merck presented protocol 18 to the FDA and HHS as the only safety trial that used a true nonbioactive inert placebo. This, however, was a misrepresentation.
Instead of pure saline, the placebo used in protocol 18 contained a carrier solution composed of polysorbate 80, sodium borate (borax, which is banned for food products in the U.S. and Europe), genetically modified yeast, L-histidine and DNA fragments. In essence, the "placebo" was all of the vaccine components with the exception of the aluminum adjuvant and the antigen (viral portion).
Very little if any safety testing has been done on these ingredients, so their biological effects in the body are largely unknown. What we can say for sure is that these are not inert substances like saline. Still, the 596 children given the carrier solution control "fared much better than any other cohort in the study," Kennedy says.
None of them had any serious adverse events in the first 15 days. Now, here's where Merck committed fraud yet again. As Kennedy points out, Table 20 in protocol 18 shows that Merck cut the amount of aluminum used in the Gardasil vaccine by half.
"They tested a completely different formulation," he says. "And, obviously, they took the amount of aluminum out to reduce the amount of injuries and mask the really bad safety profile of this vaccine …
Since Merck deceptively cut the amount of aluminum — Gardasil's most toxic component — in half, the data from that study does not support the safety of the standard Gardasil formulation. Since protocol 18 data are not based on the Gardasil vaccine formulation, the trial constitutes scientific fraud."

Exclusion criteria — Another bag of tricks

Kennedy also describes another trick used by Merck to skew results: exclusion criteria. By selecting trial participants that do not reflect the general population, they mask potentially injurious effects on vulnerable subgroups.
For example, individuals with severe allergies and prior genital infections were excluded, as were those who'd had more than four sex partners, those with a history of immunological or nervous system disorders, chronic illnesses, seizure disorders, other medical conditions, reactions to vaccine ingredients such as aluminum, yeast and benzonase, and anyone with a history of drug or alcohol abuse.
Yet Merck recommends Gardasil for all of these unstudied groups. Merck's investigators also had unlimited discretion to exclude anyone with "any condition which in the opinion of the investigator might interfere with the evaluation of the study objectives."
Merck also used "sloppy protocols to suppress reports of vaccine injury," Kennedy says. For example, only 10% of participants were given daily report cards to fill out, and they were only to be filled out for 14 days post-vaccination. What's more, these report cards only collected information about vaccination site effects, such as redness, itching and bruising.
Also ignored were autoimmune problems, seizures and menstrual cycle disruptions experienced by many of the girls. They also did not follow up with those who reported serious side effects. Merck also granted broad discretionary powers to its paid investigators to determine what they thought constituted a reportable adverse event and to dismiss potential vaccine reactions.
The researchers did not systematically collect adverse event data, which is the whole point of doing a safety study in the first place, and by not paying for the additional time required by investigators to fill out time-consuming adverse event reports, Merck effectively incentivized the dismissal of side effects.
Many of the illnesses and injuries reported were also classified as "new medical conditions" rather than adverse events, and no rigorous investigation of these new conditions were performed.
According to Kennedy, at the time of the vaccine's approval, 49.5% of the Gardasil group and 52% of the controls (who received either the aluminum adjuvant or the vaccine carrier solution) had "new medical history" after the seventh month (Table 303, which included protocols 7, 13, 15 and 18), many of which were serious, chronic diseases.

Risk evaluation, take 2

Taking all of this into account, here's how the risk-benefit equation looks now: The 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cervical cancer may have been removed (assuming the vaccine actually works), but by taking the vaccine there is now a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease, and a 1 in 2 chance of developing some form of serious medical condition.

More lies

According to Kennedy, Merck also submitted fraudulent information to its Worldwide Adverse Experience System and the federal Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System (VAERS) about the death of Christina Tarsell, one of its study participants.
"Merck claimed that Chris' gynecologist had told the company that her death was due to viral infection. Chris' gynecologist denies that she ever gave this information to Merck. To this day, Merck has refused to change its false entry on its own reporting system," Kennedy says.
"Furthermore, Merck lied to the girls participating in these studies, telling them that the placebo was saline and contained no other ingredients. And No. 2, that the study in which they were participating was not a safety study. They were told that there had already been safety studies and that the vaccine had been proven safe …
They made it so that the girls were less likely to report injuries associated with the vaccine, because they believed the vaccine they were receiving had already been proven safe and that any injuries did experience, maybe a month, two months or three months after the vaccine must just be coincidental and had nothing to do with the vaccine."
But it gets worse, because there's a possibility Gardasil could cause cancer. The Gardasil insert13 admits it has never been evaluated for carcinogenicity or genotoxicity, yet its ingredients "include potential carcinogens and mutagens, including aluminum and human DNA," Kennedy says.
He goes on to show the results of Merck's study protocol 13 (Table 17: Applicant's analysis of efficacy against vaccine-relevant HPV types CIN 2/3 or worse among subjects who were PCR positive and seropositive for relevant HPV types at day 1.)
What this protocol showed is that women who had previous exposure to the HPV strains used in the vaccine had a 44.6% increased risk of developing CIN2 and CIN3 lesions after vaccination. Taking the dubious efficacy of Gardasil into account, and the fact that it may only impact one-third of cervical cancer cases, the risk-benefit lineup when taking the vaccine now looks like this:

Widespread Gardasil use may trigger more virulent HPV infections

"To make things even worse, there are recent scientific studies that suggest a phenomenon known as type replacement," Kennedy says. "Type replacement" refers to when the elimination or suppression of one viral strain allows a more virulent strain to colonize.
The study,14 "Shift in Prevalence of HPV Types in Cervical Cytology Specimens in the Era of HPV Vaccination," published in the journal Oncology Letters in 2016 — which analyzed the association between the prevalence of 32 types of HPV virus in 615 women who had abnormal cervical cytopathology — reported that:
"… HPV16, which is recognized as the main HR-HPV type responsible for the development of cervical cancer, was observed in 32.98% of HPV participants, followed by HPV42 (18.09%), HPV31 (17.66%), HPV51 (13.83%), HPV56 (10.00%), HPV53 (8.72%) and HPV66 (8.72%).
The prevalence of HR-HPV types, which may be suppressed directly (in the case of HPV16 and 18), or possibly via cross-protection (in the case of HPV31) following vaccination, was considerably lower in participants ≤22 years of age (HPV16, 28.57%; HPV18, 2.04%; HPV31, 6.12%), compared with participants 23–29 years of age (HPV16, 45.71%; HPV18, 7.86%; HPV31, 22.86%), who were less likely to be vaccinated.
Consequently, the present study hypothesizes that there may be a continuous shift in the prevalence of HPV types as a result of vaccination. Furthermore, the percentage of non-vaccine HR-HPV types was higher than expected, considering that eight HPV types formerly classified as 'low-risk' or 'probably high-risk' are in fact HR-HPV types.
Therefore, it may be important to monitor non-vaccine HPV types in future studies, and an investigation concerning several HR-HPV types as risk factors for the development of cervical cancer is required."
Sources
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2019.06.23 04:41 PrestigiousProof Merck has been accused of committing fraud in its Gardasil vaccine safety trials putting millions of young girls at risk for ovarian failure or even death.


The HPV vaccine Gardasil was granted European license in February 2006,1 followed by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval that same year in June.2 Gardasil was controversial in the U.S. from the beginning, with vaccine safety activists questioning the quality of the clinical trials used to fast track the vaccine to licensure.3
Lauded as a silver bullet against cervical cancer, there have been multiple continuing reports since it was licensed that Gardasil vaccine has wrought havoc on the lives of young girls (and young boys) in the U.S. and in countries across the world. Serious adverse reactions reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in relation to Gardasil include but are not limited to:4
Postmarketing experiences and adverse events reported during post-approval use listed on the Gardasil vaccine insert5 include blood and lymphatic system disorders such as autoimmune hemolytic anemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and lymphadenopathy; pulmonary embolus; pancreatitis; autoimmune diseases; anaphylactic reactions; arthralgia and myalgia (musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders); nervous system disorders such as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, motor neuron disease, paralysis, seizures and transverse myelitis; and deep venous thrombosis, a vascular disorder.
According to "Manufactured Crisis — HPV, Hype and Horror," a film6 by The Alliance for Natural Health, there have also been cases of 16-year-old girls developing ovarian dysfunction, meaning they're going into menopause, which in turn means they will not be able to have children.
Despite such serious effects, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FDA allege the vast majority, or even all, of these tragic cases are unrelated to the vaccine, and that Gardasil is safe.
The Plaintiff's Science Day Presentation on Gardasil video features Robert F. Kennedy Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel for Children's Health Defense,7 an organization originally founded in 2016 as World Mercury Project and renamed in 2018 to focus on exposing and eliminating multiple harmful exposures contributing to the epidemic of chronic ill health among children. The video details the many safety problems associated with Merck's HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
The information presented is based on publicly available government documents. Kennedy notes that, if what he says about Merck in this video presentation were untrue, they would be considered slanderous.
However, Kennedy says he is not concerned about being sued for slander. He says he knows Merck won't sue, "because in the U.S., truth is an absolute defense against slander" and Merck knows that, were the company to sue for slander, Kennedy would file discovery requests that would unearth even more documents detailing Merck's fraudulent activities.
Kennedy's presentation does not go into the biological mechanisms by which Gardasil causes harm. He directs parents and pediatricians to the Children's Health Defense website8 to read peer reviewed medical literature sources for that information.
Instead, Kennedy's presentation focuses on what he describes as Merck's fraudulent clinical trials of Gardasil vaccine, which were used to gain FDA approval. While this article provides you with a summary of the key points, I urge you to watch Kennedy's presentation in in its entirety, as this information may well save you or your child a lifetime of heartache and exorbitant medical expenses.

How Merck committed fraud in its Gardasil safety testing

Kennedy says the fraud Merck committed in its safety testing is (a) testing Gardasil against a toxic placebo, and (b) hiding a 2.3% incidence of autoimmune disease occurring within seven months of vaccination.
In his presentation, Kennedy shows Table 1 from the package insert9 for Gardasil, which looks at vaccine injuries at the site of injection. It shows that Gardasil was administered to 5,088 girls; another 3,470 received the control, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate (AAAH) — a neurotoxic aluminum vaccine adjuvant that has been associated with many serious vaccine injuries in the medical literature.
A third group, consisting of 320 individuals, received a proper placebo (saline). In the Gardasil and AAAH control groups, the number of injuries were fairly close; 83.9% in the Gardasil group and 75.4% in the AAAH control group. Meanwhile, the rate of injury (again, relating to injuries at the injection site only), was significantly lower at 48.6%.
Next, he shows Table 9 from the vaccine insert, which is the "Summary of girls and women 9 through 26 years of age who reported an incident condition potentially indicative of a systemic autoimmune disorder after enrollment in clinical trials of Gardasil, regardless of causality." These conditions include serious systemic reactions, chronic and debilitating disorders and autoimmune diseases.
Now all of a sudden, there are only two columns, not three as shown for the injection site injuries. The column left out is that of the saline placebo group. Kennedy points out that Merck cleverly hides the hazards of Gardasil by combining the saline group with the aluminum control, thereby watering down the side effects reported in the controls. "They hide the saline group as a way of fooling you, your pediatrician and the regulatory agency," Kennedy says.
Looking at the effects reported in the two groups, 2.3% of those receiving Gardasil reported an effect of this nature, as did 2.3% of those receiving the AAAH (aluminum) control or saline placebo. The same exact ratio of harm is reported in both groups, which makes it appear as though Gardasil is harmless.
In reality, we know very little about Gardasil vaccine safety from the data as presented, since the vast majority of the controls were given a toxic substance, and they don't tell us how many of those receiving a truly inert substance developed these systemic injuries. Still, we can draw some educated guesses, seeing how the injection site injury ratios between Gardasil and the aluminum group were similar.
Merck's use of AAAH, a neurotoxic aluminum adjuvant instead of a biologically inactive placebo, effectively nullifies its prelicensure Gardasil safety testing.
As noted by Peter Gotzche with the Cochrane Center in 2016, when he co-filed an unofficial complaint against the European Medical Agency for bias in its assessment of the HPV vaccine, "The use of active comparators probably increased the occurrence of harms in the comparator group, thereby masking harms caused by the HPV vaccine."

Risk evaluation

When making an informed decision, you need to know both sides of the equation — the risk you're trying to avoid, and the risk you're taking on. Recall that, on average, 1 in 43,478 women will die from cervical cancer.
If 2.3% of girls develop an autoimmune disease from Gardasil, then that translates into 1,000 per 43,500. Even if a 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cancer is gone, does it makes sense to trade that for a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease?
And how many parents are comfortable giving a child a substance knowing there's a 1 in 43 chance that this substance will cause a lifelong disability? Yet that's the choice parents have been fooled into making.

Protocol 18

Merck has not disclosed how many clinical safety trials (also called protocols) it conducted for Gardasil. A slide in Kennedy's presentation shows a listing of several of the ones known, including protocol 18. Kennedy says this clinical trial is critical because that was the one that FDA used as its basis for giving Merck a license to market the vaccine for use in children as young as 9 years old.
Protocol 18 is the only trial in which the target audience, 9- through 15-year-old girls and boys, was tested prelicensure. The other trials looked at the vaccine's safety in 16- through 26-year-olds. Protocol 18 included just 939 children — "a very, very tiny group of people," Kennedy says, "for a product that is going to be marketed to millions of children around the world."
Aside from its small cohort size, protocol 18 is also filled with "fraud and flimflam," according to Kennedy. Merck presented protocol 18 to the FDA and HHS as the only safety trial that used a true nonbioactive inert placebo. This, however, was a misrepresentation.
Instead of pure saline, the placebo used in protocol 18 contained a carrier solution composed of polysorbate 80, sodium borate (borax, which is banned for food products in the U.S. and Europe), genetically modified yeast, L-histidine and DNA fragments. In essence, the "placebo" was all of the vaccine components with the exception of the aluminum adjuvant and the antigen (viral portion).
Very little if any safety testing has been done on these ingredients, so their biological effects in the body are largely unknown. What we can say for sure is that these are not inert substances like saline. Still, the 596 children given the carrier solution control "fared much better than any other cohort in the study," Kennedy says.
None of them had any serious adverse events in the first 15 days. Now, here's where Merck committed fraud yet again. As Kennedy points out, Table 20 in protocol 18 shows that Merck cut the amount of aluminum used in the Gardasil vaccine by half.
"They tested a completely different formulation," he says. "And, obviously, they took the amount of aluminum out to reduce the amount of injuries and mask the really bad safety profile of this vaccine …
Since Merck deceptively cut the amount of aluminum — Gardasil's most toxic component — in half, the data from that study does not support the safety of the standard Gardasil formulation. Since protocol 18 data are not based on the Gardasil vaccine formulation, the trial constitutes scientific fraud."

Exclusion criteria — Another bag of tricks

Kennedy also describes another trick used by Merck to skew results: exclusion criteria. By selecting trial participants that do not reflect the general population, they mask potentially injurious effects on vulnerable subgroups.
For example, individuals with severe allergies and prior genital infections were excluded, as were those who'd had more than four sex partners, those with a history of immunological or nervous system disorders, chronic illnesses, seizure disorders, other medical conditions, reactions to vaccine ingredients such as aluminum, yeast and benzonase, and anyone with a history of drug or alcohol abuse.
Yet Merck recommends Gardasil for all of these unstudied groups. Merck's investigators also had unlimited discretion to exclude anyone with "any condition which in the opinion of the investigator might interfere with the evaluation of the study objectives."
Merck also used "sloppy protocols to suppress reports of vaccine injury," Kennedy says. For example, only 10% of participants were given daily report cards to fill out, and they were only to be filled out for 14 days post-vaccination. What's more, these report cards only collected information about vaccination site effects, such as redness, itching and bruising.
Also ignored were autoimmune problems, seizures and menstrual cycle disruptions experienced by many of the girls. They also did not follow up with those who reported serious side effects. Merck also granted broad discretionary powers to its paid investigators to determine what they thought constituted a reportable adverse event and to dismiss potential vaccine reactions.
The researchers did not systematically collect adverse event data, which is the whole point of doing a safety study in the first place, and by not paying for the additional time required by investigators to fill out time-consuming adverse event reports, Merck effectively incentivized the dismissal of side effects.
Many of the illnesses and injuries reported were also classified as "new medical conditions" rather than adverse events, and no rigorous investigation of these new conditions were performed.
According to Kennedy, at the time of the vaccine's approval, 49.5% of the Gardasil group and 52% of the controls (who received either the aluminum adjuvant or the vaccine carrier solution) had "new medical history" after the seventh month (Table 303, which included protocols 7, 13, 15 and 18), many of which were serious, chronic diseases.

Risk evaluation, take 2

Taking all of this into account, here's how the risk-benefit equation looks now: The 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cervical cancer may have been removed (assuming the vaccine actually works), but by taking the vaccine there is now a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease, and a 1 in 2 chance of developing some form of serious medical condition.

More lies

According to Kennedy, Merck also submitted fraudulent information to its Worldwide Adverse Experience System and the federal Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System (VAERS) about the death of Christina Tarsell, one of its study participants.
"Merck claimed that Chris' gynecologist had told the company that her death was due to viral infection. Chris' gynecologist denies that she ever gave this information to Merck. To this day, Merck has refused to change its false entry on its own reporting system," Kennedy says.
"Furthermore, Merck lied to the girls participating in these studies, telling them that the placebo was saline and contained no other ingredients. And No. 2, that the study in which they were participating was not a safety study. They were told that there had already been safety studies and that the vaccine had been proven safe …
They made it so that the girls were less likely to report injuries associated with the vaccine, because they believed the vaccine they were receiving had already been proven safe and that any injuries did experience, maybe a month, two months or three months after the vaccine must just be coincidental and had nothing to do with the vaccine."
But it gets worse, because there's a possibility Gardasil could cause cancer. The Gardasil insert13 admits it has never been evaluated for carcinogenicity or genotoxicity, yet its ingredients "include potential carcinogens and mutagens, including aluminum and human DNA," Kennedy says.
He goes on to show the results of Merck's study protocol 13 (Table 17: Applicant's analysis of efficacy against vaccine-relevant HPV types CIN 2/3 or worse among subjects who were PCR positive and seropositive for relevant HPV types at day 1.)
What this protocol showed is that women who had previous exposure to the HPV strains used in the vaccine had a 44.6% increased risk of developing CIN2 and CIN3 lesions after vaccination. Taking the dubious efficacy of Gardasil into account, and the fact that it may only impact one-third of cervical cancer cases, the risk-benefit lineup when taking the vaccine now looks like this:

Widespread Gardasil use may trigger more virulent HPV infections

"To make things even worse, there are recent scientific studies that suggest a phenomenon known as type replacement," Kennedy says. "Type replacement" refers to when the elimination or suppression of one viral strain allows a more virulent strain to colonize.
The study,14 "Shift in Prevalence of HPV Types in Cervical Cytology Specimens in the Era of HPV Vaccination," published in the journal Oncology Letters in 2016 — which analyzed the association between the prevalence of 32 types of HPV virus in 615 women who had abnormal cervical cytopathology — reported that:
"… HPV16, which is recognized as the main HR-HPV type responsible for the development of cervical cancer, was observed in 32.98% of HPV participants, followed by HPV42 (18.09%), HPV31 (17.66%), HPV51 (13.83%), HPV56 (10.00%), HPV53 (8.72%) and HPV66 (8.72%).
The prevalence of HR-HPV types, which may be suppressed directly (in the case of HPV16 and 18), or possibly via cross-protection (in the case of HPV31) following vaccination, was considerably lower in participants ≤22 years of age (HPV16, 28.57%; HPV18, 2.04%; HPV31, 6.12%), compared with participants 23–29 years of age (HPV16, 45.71%; HPV18, 7.86%; HPV31, 22.86%), who were less likely to be vaccinated.
Consequently, the present study hypothesizes that there may be a continuous shift in the prevalence of HPV types as a result of vaccination. Furthermore, the percentage of non-vaccine HR-HPV types was higher than expected, considering that eight HPV types formerly classified as 'low-risk' or 'probably high-risk' are in fact HR-HPV types.
Therefore, it may be important to monitor non-vaccine HPV types in future studies, and an investigation concerning several HR-HPV types as risk factors for the development of cervical cancer is required."
Sources
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2019.06.23 04:41 PrestigiousProof Merck has been accused of committing fraud in its Gardasil vaccine safety trials putting millions of young girls at risk for ovarian failure or even death.


The HPV vaccine Gardasil was granted European license in February 2006,1 followed by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval that same year in June.2 Gardasil was controversial in the U.S. from the beginning, with vaccine safety activists questioning the quality of the clinical trials used to fast track the vaccine to licensure.3
Lauded as a silver bullet against cervical cancer, there have been multiple continuing reports since it was licensed that Gardasil vaccine has wrought havoc on the lives of young girls (and young boys) in the U.S. and in countries across the world. Serious adverse reactions reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in relation to Gardasil include but are not limited to:4
Postmarketing experiences and adverse events reported during post-approval use listed on the Gardasil vaccine insert5 include blood and lymphatic system disorders such as autoimmune hemolytic anemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and lymphadenopathy; pulmonary embolus; pancreatitis; autoimmune diseases; anaphylactic reactions; arthralgia and myalgia (musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders); nervous system disorders such as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, motor neuron disease, paralysis, seizures and transverse myelitis; and deep venous thrombosis, a vascular disorder.
According to "Manufactured Crisis — HPV, Hype and Horror," a film6 by The Alliance for Natural Health, there have also been cases of 16-year-old girls developing ovarian dysfunction, meaning they're going into menopause, which in turn means they will not be able to have children.
Despite such serious effects, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FDA allege the vast majority, or even all, of these tragic cases are unrelated to the vaccine, and that Gardasil is safe.
The Plaintiff's Science Day Presentation on Gardasil video features Robert F. Kennedy Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel for Children's Health Defense,7 an organization originally founded in 2016 as World Mercury Project and renamed in 2018 to focus on exposing and eliminating multiple harmful exposures contributing to the epidemic of chronic ill health among children. The video details the many safety problems associated with Merck's HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
The information presented is based on publicly available government documents. Kennedy notes that, if what he says about Merck in this video presentation were untrue, they would be considered slanderous.
However, Kennedy says he is not concerned about being sued for slander. He says he knows Merck won't sue, "because in the U.S., truth is an absolute defense against slander" and Merck knows that, were the company to sue for slander, Kennedy would file discovery requests that would unearth even more documents detailing Merck's fraudulent activities.
Kennedy's presentation does not go into the biological mechanisms by which Gardasil causes harm. He directs parents and pediatricians to the Children's Health Defense website8 to read peer reviewed medical literature sources for that information.
Instead, Kennedy's presentation focuses on what he describes as Merck's fraudulent clinical trials of Gardasil vaccine, which were used to gain FDA approval. While this article provides you with a summary of the key points, I urge you to watch Kennedy's presentation in in its entirety, as this information may well save you or your child a lifetime of heartache and exorbitant medical expenses.

How Merck committed fraud in its Gardasil safety testing

Kennedy says the fraud Merck committed in its safety testing is (a) testing Gardasil against a toxic placebo, and (b) hiding a 2.3% incidence of autoimmune disease occurring within seven months of vaccination.
In his presentation, Kennedy shows Table 1 from the package insert9 for Gardasil, which looks at vaccine injuries at the site of injection. It shows that Gardasil was administered to 5,088 girls; another 3,470 received the control, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate (AAAH) — a neurotoxic aluminum vaccine adjuvant that has been associated with many serious vaccine injuries in the medical literature.
A third group, consisting of 320 individuals, received a proper placebo (saline). In the Gardasil and AAAH control groups, the number of injuries were fairly close; 83.9% in the Gardasil group and 75.4% in the AAAH control group. Meanwhile, the rate of injury (again, relating to injuries at the injection site only), was significantly lower at 48.6%.
Next, he shows Table 9 from the vaccine insert, which is the "Summary of girls and women 9 through 26 years of age who reported an incident condition potentially indicative of a systemic autoimmune disorder after enrollment in clinical trials of Gardasil, regardless of causality." These conditions include serious systemic reactions, chronic and debilitating disorders and autoimmune diseases.
Now all of a sudden, there are only two columns, not three as shown for the injection site injuries. The column left out is that of the saline placebo group. Kennedy points out that Merck cleverly hides the hazards of Gardasil by combining the saline group with the aluminum control, thereby watering down the side effects reported in the controls. "They hide the saline group as a way of fooling you, your pediatrician and the regulatory agency," Kennedy says.
Looking at the effects reported in the two groups, 2.3% of those receiving Gardasil reported an effect of this nature, as did 2.3% of those receiving the AAAH (aluminum) control or saline placebo. The same exact ratio of harm is reported in both groups, which makes it appear as though Gardasil is harmless.
In reality, we know very little about Gardasil vaccine safety from the data as presented, since the vast majority of the controls were given a toxic substance, and they don't tell us how many of those receiving a truly inert substance developed these systemic injuries. Still, we can draw some educated guesses, seeing how the injection site injury ratios between Gardasil and the aluminum group were similar.
Merck's use of AAAH, a neurotoxic aluminum adjuvant instead of a biologically inactive placebo, effectively nullifies its prelicensure Gardasil safety testing.
As noted by Peter Gotzche with the Cochrane Center in 2016, when he co-filed an unofficial complaint against the European Medical Agency for bias in its assessment of the HPV vaccine, "The use of active comparators probably increased the occurrence of harms in the comparator group, thereby masking harms caused by the HPV vaccine."

Risk evaluation

When making an informed decision, you need to know both sides of the equation — the risk you're trying to avoid, and the risk you're taking on. Recall that, on average, 1 in 43,478 women will die from cervical cancer.
If 2.3% of girls develop an autoimmune disease from Gardasil, then that translates into 1,000 per 43,500. Even if a 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cancer is gone, does it makes sense to trade that for a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease?
And how many parents are comfortable giving a child a substance knowing there's a 1 in 43 chance that this substance will cause a lifelong disability? Yet that's the choice parents have been fooled into making.

Protocol 18

Merck has not disclosed how many clinical safety trials (also called protocols) it conducted for Gardasil. A slide in Kennedy's presentation shows a listing of several of the ones known, including protocol 18. Kennedy says this clinical trial is critical because that was the one that FDA used as its basis for giving Merck a license to market the vaccine for use in children as young as 9 years old.
Protocol 18 is the only trial in which the target audience, 9- through 15-year-old girls and boys, was tested prelicensure. The other trials looked at the vaccine's safety in 16- through 26-year-olds. Protocol 18 included just 939 children — "a very, very tiny group of people," Kennedy says, "for a product that is going to be marketed to millions of children around the world."
Aside from its small cohort size, protocol 18 is also filled with "fraud and flimflam," according to Kennedy. Merck presented protocol 18 to the FDA and HHS as the only safety trial that used a true nonbioactive inert placebo. This, however, was a misrepresentation.
Instead of pure saline, the placebo used in protocol 18 contained a carrier solution composed of polysorbate 80, sodium borate (borax, which is banned for food products in the U.S. and Europe), genetically modified yeast, L-histidine and DNA fragments. In essence, the "placebo" was all of the vaccine components with the exception of the aluminum adjuvant and the antigen (viral portion).
Very little if any safety testing has been done on these ingredients, so their biological effects in the body are largely unknown. What we can say for sure is that these are not inert substances like saline. Still, the 596 children given the carrier solution control "fared much better than any other cohort in the study," Kennedy says.
None of them had any serious adverse events in the first 15 days. Now, here's where Merck committed fraud yet again. As Kennedy points out, Table 20 in protocol 18 shows that Merck cut the amount of aluminum used in the Gardasil vaccine by half.
"They tested a completely different formulation," he says. "And, obviously, they took the amount of aluminum out to reduce the amount of injuries and mask the really bad safety profile of this vaccine …
Since Merck deceptively cut the amount of aluminum — Gardasil's most toxic component — in half, the data from that study does not support the safety of the standard Gardasil formulation. Since protocol 18 data are not based on the Gardasil vaccine formulation, the trial constitutes scientific fraud."

Exclusion criteria — Another bag of tricks

Kennedy also describes another trick used by Merck to skew results: exclusion criteria. By selecting trial participants that do not reflect the general population, they mask potentially injurious effects on vulnerable subgroups.
For example, individuals with severe allergies and prior genital infections were excluded, as were those who'd had more than four sex partners, those with a history of immunological or nervous system disorders, chronic illnesses, seizure disorders, other medical conditions, reactions to vaccine ingredients such as aluminum, yeast and benzonase, and anyone with a history of drug or alcohol abuse.
Yet Merck recommends Gardasil for all of these unstudied groups. Merck's investigators also had unlimited discretion to exclude anyone with "any condition which in the opinion of the investigator might interfere with the evaluation of the study objectives."
Merck also used "sloppy protocols to suppress reports of vaccine injury," Kennedy says. For example, only 10% of participants were given daily report cards to fill out, and they were only to be filled out for 14 days post-vaccination. What's more, these report cards only collected information about vaccination site effects, such as redness, itching and bruising.
Also ignored were autoimmune problems, seizures and menstrual cycle disruptions experienced by many of the girls. They also did not follow up with those who reported serious side effects. Merck also granted broad discretionary powers to its paid investigators to determine what they thought constituted a reportable adverse event and to dismiss potential vaccine reactions.
The researchers did not systematically collect adverse event data, which is the whole point of doing a safety study in the first place, and by not paying for the additional time required by investigators to fill out time-consuming adverse event reports, Merck effectively incentivized the dismissal of side effects.
Many of the illnesses and injuries reported were also classified as "new medical conditions" rather than adverse events, and no rigorous investigation of these new conditions were performed.
According to Kennedy, at the time of the vaccine's approval, 49.5% of the Gardasil group and 52% of the controls (who received either the aluminum adjuvant or the vaccine carrier solution) had "new medical history" after the seventh month (Table 303, which included protocols 7, 13, 15 and 18), many of which were serious, chronic diseases.

Risk evaluation, take 2

Taking all of this into account, here's how the risk-benefit equation looks now: The 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cervical cancer may have been removed (assuming the vaccine actually works), but by taking the vaccine there is now a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease, and a 1 in 2 chance of developing some form of serious medical condition.

More lies

According to Kennedy, Merck also submitted fraudulent information to its Worldwide Adverse Experience System and the federal Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System (VAERS) about the death of Christina Tarsell, one of its study participants.
"Merck claimed that Chris' gynecologist had told the company that her death was due to viral infection. Chris' gynecologist denies that she ever gave this information to Merck. To this day, Merck has refused to change its false entry on its own reporting system," Kennedy says.
"Furthermore, Merck lied to the girls participating in these studies, telling them that the placebo was saline and contained no other ingredients. And No. 2, that the study in which they were participating was not a safety study. They were told that there had already been safety studies and that the vaccine had been proven safe …
They made it so that the girls were less likely to report injuries associated with the vaccine, because they believed the vaccine they were receiving had already been proven safe and that any injuries did experience, maybe a month, two months or three months after the vaccine must just be coincidental and had nothing to do with the vaccine."
But it gets worse, because there's a possibility Gardasil could cause cancer. The Gardasil insert13 admits it has never been evaluated for carcinogenicity or genotoxicity, yet its ingredients "include potential carcinogens and mutagens, including aluminum and human DNA," Kennedy says.
He goes on to show the results of Merck's study protocol 13 (Table 17: Applicant's analysis of efficacy against vaccine-relevant HPV types CIN 2/3 or worse among subjects who were PCR positive and seropositive for relevant HPV types at day 1.)
What this protocol showed is that women who had previous exposure to the HPV strains used in the vaccine had a 44.6% increased risk of developing CIN2 and CIN3 lesions after vaccination. Taking the dubious efficacy of Gardasil into account, and the fact that it may only impact one-third of cervical cancer cases, the risk-benefit lineup when taking the vaccine now looks like this:

Widespread Gardasil use may trigger more virulent HPV infections

"To make things even worse, there are recent scientific studies that suggest a phenomenon known as type replacement," Kennedy says. "Type replacement" refers to when the elimination or suppression of one viral strain allows a more virulent strain to colonize.
The study,14 "Shift in Prevalence of HPV Types in Cervical Cytology Specimens in the Era of HPV Vaccination," published in the journal Oncology Letters in 2016 — which analyzed the association between the prevalence of 32 types of HPV virus in 615 women who had abnormal cervical cytopathology — reported that:
"… HPV16, which is recognized as the main HR-HPV type responsible for the development of cervical cancer, was observed in 32.98% of HPV participants, followed by HPV42 (18.09%), HPV31 (17.66%), HPV51 (13.83%), HPV56 (10.00%), HPV53 (8.72%) and HPV66 (8.72%).
The prevalence of HR-HPV types, which may be suppressed directly (in the case of HPV16 and 18), or possibly via cross-protection (in the case of HPV31) following vaccination, was considerably lower in participants ≤22 years of age (HPV16, 28.57%; HPV18, 2.04%; HPV31, 6.12%), compared with participants 23–29 years of age (HPV16, 45.71%; HPV18, 7.86%; HPV31, 22.86%), who were less likely to be vaccinated.
Consequently, the present study hypothesizes that there may be a continuous shift in the prevalence of HPV types as a result of vaccination. Furthermore, the percentage of non-vaccine HR-HPV types was higher than expected, considering that eight HPV types formerly classified as 'low-risk' or 'probably high-risk' are in fact HR-HPV types.
Therefore, it may be important to monitor non-vaccine HPV types in future studies, and an investigation concerning several HR-HPV types as risk factors for the development of cervical cancer is required."
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2019.06.23 04:40 PrestigiousProof Merck has been accused of committing fraud in its Gardasil vaccine safety trials putting millions of young girls at risk for ovarian failure or even death.

The HPV vaccine Gardasil was granted European license in February 2006,1 followed by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval that same year in June.2 Gardasil was controversial in the U.S. from the beginning, with vaccine safety activists questioning the quality of the clinical trials used to fast track the vaccine to licensure.3
Lauded as a silver bullet against cervical cancer, there have been multiple continuing reports since it was licensed that Gardasil vaccine has wrought havoc on the lives of young girls (and young boys) in the U.S. and in countries across the world. Serious adverse reactions reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in relation to Gardasil include but are not limited to:4
Postmarketing experiences and adverse events reported during post-approval use listed on the Gardasil vaccine insert5 include blood and lymphatic system disorders such as autoimmune hemolytic anemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and lymphadenopathy; pulmonary embolus; pancreatitis; autoimmune diseases; anaphylactic reactions; arthralgia and myalgia (musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders); nervous system disorders such as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, motor neuron disease, paralysis, seizures and transverse myelitis; and deep venous thrombosis, a vascular disorder.
According to "Manufactured Crisis — HPV, Hype and Horror," a film6 by The Alliance for Natural Health, there have also been cases of 16-year-old girls developing ovarian dysfunction, meaning they're going into menopause, which in turn means they will not be able to have children.
Despite such serious effects, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FDA allege the vast majority, or even all, of these tragic cases are unrelated to the vaccine, and that Gardasil is safe.
The Plaintiff's Science Day Presentation on Gardasil video features Robert F. Kennedy Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel for Children's Health Defense,7 an organization originally founded in 2016 as World Mercury Project and renamed in 2018 to focus on exposing and eliminating multiple harmful exposures contributing to the epidemic of chronic ill health among children. The video details the many safety problems associated with Merck's HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
The information presented is based on publicly available government documents. Kennedy notes that, if what he says about Merck in this video presentation were untrue, they would be considered slanderous.
However, Kennedy says he is not concerned about being sued for slander. He says he knows Merck won't sue, "because in the U.S., truth is an absolute defense against slander" and Merck knows that, were the company to sue for slander, Kennedy would file discovery requests that would unearth even more documents detailing Merck's fraudulent activities.
Kennedy's presentation does not go into the biological mechanisms by which Gardasil causes harm. He directs parents and pediatricians to the Children's Health Defense website8 to read peer reviewed medical literature sources for that information.
Instead, Kennedy's presentation focuses on what he describes as Merck's fraudulent clinical trials of Gardasil vaccine, which were used to gain FDA approval. While this article provides you with a summary of the key points, I urge you to watch Kennedy's presentation in in its entirety, as this information may well save you or your child a lifetime of heartache and exorbitant medical expenses.

How Merck committed fraud in its Gardasil safety testing

Kennedy says the fraud Merck committed in its safety testing is (a) testing Gardasil against a toxic placebo, and (b) hiding a 2.3% incidence of autoimmune disease occurring within seven months of vaccination.
In his presentation, Kennedy shows Table 1 from the package insert9 for Gardasil, which looks at vaccine injuries at the site of injection. It shows that Gardasil was administered to 5,088 girls; another 3,470 received the control, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate (AAAH) — a neurotoxic aluminum vaccine adjuvant that has been associated with many serious vaccine injuries in the medical literature.
A third group, consisting of 320 individuals, received a proper placebo (saline). In the Gardasil and AAAH control groups, the number of injuries were fairly close; 83.9% in the Gardasil group and 75.4% in the AAAH control group. Meanwhile, the rate of injury (again, relating to injuries at the injection site only), was significantly lower at 48.6%.
Next, he shows Table 9 from the vaccine insert, which is the "Summary of girls and women 9 through 26 years of age who reported an incident condition potentially indicative of a systemic autoimmune disorder after enrollment in clinical trials of Gardasil, regardless of causality." These conditions include serious systemic reactions, chronic and debilitating disorders and autoimmune diseases.
Now all of a sudden, there are only two columns, not three as shown for the injection site injuries. The column left out is that of the saline placebo group. Kennedy points out that Merck cleverly hides the hazards of Gardasil by combining the saline group with the aluminum control, thereby watering down the side effects reported in the controls. "They hide the saline group as a way of fooling you, your pediatrician and the regulatory agency," Kennedy says.
Looking at the effects reported in the two groups, 2.3% of those receiving Gardasil reported an effect of this nature, as did 2.3% of those receiving the AAAH (aluminum) control or saline placebo. The same exact ratio of harm is reported in both groups, which makes it appear as though Gardasil is harmless.
In reality, we know very little about Gardasil vaccine safety from the data as presented, since the vast majority of the controls were given a toxic substance, and they don't tell us how many of those receiving a truly inert substance developed these systemic injuries. Still, we can draw some educated guesses, seeing how the injection site injury ratios between Gardasil and the aluminum group were similar.
Merck's use of AAAH, a neurotoxic aluminum adjuvant instead of a biologically inactive placebo, effectively nullifies its prelicensure Gardasil safety testing.
As noted by Peter Gotzche with the Cochrane Center in 2016, when he co-filed an unofficial complaint against the European Medical Agency for bias in its assessment of the HPV vaccine, "The use of active comparators probably increased the occurrence of harms in the comparator group, thereby masking harms caused by the HPV vaccine."

Risk evaluation

When making an informed decision, you need to know both sides of the equation — the risk you're trying to avoid, and the risk you're taking on. Recall that, on average, 1 in 43,478 women will die from cervical cancer.
If 2.3% of girls develop an autoimmune disease from Gardasil, then that translates into 1,000 per 43,500. Even if a 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cancer is gone, does it makes sense to trade that for a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease?
And how many parents are comfortable giving a child a substance knowing there's a 1 in 43 chance that this substance will cause a lifelong disability? Yet that's the choice parents have been fooled into making.

Protocol 18

Merck has not disclosed how many clinical safety trials (also called protocols) it conducted for Gardasil. A slide in Kennedy's presentation shows a listing of several of the ones known, including protocol 18. Kennedy says this clinical trial is critical because that was the one that FDA used as its basis for giving Merck a license to market the vaccine for use in children as young as 9 years old.
Protocol 18 is the only trial in which the target audience, 9- through 15-year-old girls and boys, was tested prelicensure. The other trials looked at the vaccine's safety in 16- through 26-year-olds. Protocol 18 included just 939 children — "a very, very tiny group of people," Kennedy says, "for a product that is going to be marketed to millions of children around the world."
Aside from its small cohort size, protocol 18 is also filled with "fraud and flimflam," according to Kennedy. Merck presented protocol 18 to the FDA and HHS as the only safety trial that used a true nonbioactive inert placebo. This, however, was a misrepresentation.
Instead of pure saline, the placebo used in protocol 18 contained a carrier solution composed of polysorbate 80, sodium borate (borax, which is banned for food products in the U.S. and Europe), genetically modified yeast, L-histidine and DNA fragments. In essence, the "placebo" was all of the vaccine components with the exception of the aluminum adjuvant and the antigen (viral portion).
Very little if any safety testing has been done on these ingredients, so their biological effects in the body are largely unknown. What we can say for sure is that these are not inert substances like saline. Still, the 596 children given the carrier solution control "fared much better than any other cohort in the study," Kennedy says.
None of them had any serious adverse events in the first 15 days. Now, here's where Merck committed fraud yet again. As Kennedy points out, Table 20 in protocol 18 shows that Merck cut the amount of aluminum used in the Gardasil vaccine by half.
"They tested a completely different formulation," he says. "And, obviously, they took the amount of aluminum out to reduce the amount of injuries and mask the really bad safety profile of this vaccine …
Since Merck deceptively cut the amount of aluminum — Gardasil's most toxic component — in half, the data from that study does not support the safety of the standard Gardasil formulation. Since protocol 18 data are not based on the Gardasil vaccine formulation, the trial constitutes scientific fraud."

Exclusion criteria — Another bag of tricks

Kennedy also describes another trick used by Merck to skew results: exclusion criteria. By selecting trial participants that do not reflect the general population, they mask potentially injurious effects on vulnerable subgroups.
For example, individuals with severe allergies and prior genital infections were excluded, as were those who'd had more than four sex partners, those with a history of immunological or nervous system disorders, chronic illnesses, seizure disorders, other medical conditions, reactions to vaccine ingredients such as aluminum, yeast and benzonase, and anyone with a history of drug or alcohol abuse.
Yet Merck recommends Gardasil for all of these unstudied groups. Merck's investigators also had unlimited discretion to exclude anyone with "any condition which in the opinion of the investigator might interfere with the evaluation of the study objectives."
Merck also used "sloppy protocols to suppress reports of vaccine injury," Kennedy says. For example, only 10% of participants were given daily report cards to fill out, and they were only to be filled out for 14 days post-vaccination. What's more, these report cards only collected information about vaccination site effects, such as redness, itching and bruising.
Also ignored were autoimmune problems, seizures and menstrual cycle disruptions experienced by many of the girls. They also did not follow up with those who reported serious side effects. Merck also granted broad discretionary powers to its paid investigators to determine what they thought constituted a reportable adverse event and to dismiss potential vaccine reactions.
The researchers did not systematically collect adverse event data, which is the whole point of doing a safety study in the first place, and by not paying for the additional time required by investigators to fill out time-consuming adverse event reports, Merck effectively incentivized the dismissal of side effects.
Many of the illnesses and injuries reported were also classified as "new medical conditions" rather than adverse events, and no rigorous investigation of these new conditions were performed.
According to Kennedy, at the time of the vaccine's approval, 49.5% of the Gardasil group and 52% of the controls (who received either the aluminum adjuvant or the vaccine carrier solution) had "new medical history" after the seventh month (Table 303, which included protocols 7, 13, 15 and 18), many of which were serious, chronic diseases.

Risk evaluation, take 2

Taking all of this into account, here's how the risk-benefit equation looks now: The 1 in 43,478 chance of dying from cervical cancer may have been removed (assuming the vaccine actually works), but by taking the vaccine there is now a 1 in 43 chance of getting an autoimmune disease, and a 1 in 2 chance of developing some form of serious medical condition.

More lies

According to Kennedy, Merck also submitted fraudulent information to its Worldwide Adverse Experience System and the federal Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System (VAERS) about the death of Christina Tarsell, one of its study participants.
"Merck claimed that Chris' gynecologist had told the company that her death was due to viral infection. Chris' gynecologist denies that she ever gave this information to Merck. To this day, Merck has refused to change its false entry on its own reporting system," Kennedy says.
"Furthermore, Merck lied to the girls participating in these studies, telling them that the placebo was saline and contained no other ingredients. And No. 2, that the study in which they were participating was not a safety study. They were told that there had already been safety studies and that the vaccine had been proven safe …
They made it so that the girls were less likely to report injuries associated with the vaccine, because they believed the vaccine they were receiving had already been proven safe and that any injuries did experience, maybe a month, two months or three months after the vaccine must just be coincidental and had nothing to do with the vaccine."
But it gets worse, because there's a possibility Gardasil could cause cancer. The Gardasil insert13 admits it has never been evaluated for carcinogenicity or genotoxicity, yet its ingredients "include potential carcinogens and mutagens, including aluminum and human DNA," Kennedy says.
He goes on to show the results of Merck's study protocol 13 (Table 17: Applicant's analysis of efficacy against vaccine-relevant HPV types CIN 2/3 or worse among subjects who were PCR positive and seropositive for relevant HPV types at day 1.)
What this protocol showed is that women who had previous exposure to the HPV strains used in the vaccine had a 44.6% increased risk of developing CIN2 and CIN3 lesions after vaccination. Taking the dubious efficacy of Gardasil into account, and the fact that it may only impact one-third of cervical cancer cases, the risk-benefit lineup when taking the vaccine now looks like this:

Widespread Gardasil use may trigger more virulent HPV infections

"To make things even worse, there are recent scientific studies that suggest a phenomenon known as type replacement," Kennedy says. "Type replacement" refers to when the elimination or suppression of one viral strain allows a more virulent strain to colonize.
The study,14 "Shift in Prevalence of HPV Types in Cervical Cytology Specimens in the Era of HPV Vaccination," published in the journal Oncology Letters in 2016 — which analyzed the association between the prevalence of 32 types of HPV virus in 615 women who had abnormal cervical cytopathology — reported that:
"… HPV16, which is recognized as the main HR-HPV type responsible for the development of cervical cancer, was observed in 32.98% of HPV participants, followed by HPV42 (18.09%), HPV31 (17.66%), HPV51 (13.83%), HPV56 (10.00%), HPV53 (8.72%) and HPV66 (8.72%).
The prevalence of HR-HPV types, which may be suppressed directly (in the case of HPV16 and 18), or possibly via cross-protection (in the case of HPV31) following vaccination, was considerably lower in participants ≤22 years of age (HPV16, 28.57%; HPV18, 2.04%; HPV31, 6.12%), compared with participants 23–29 years of age (HPV16, 45.71%; HPV18, 7.86%; HPV31, 22.86%), who were less likely to be vaccinated.
Consequently, the present study hypothesizes that there may be a continuous shift in the prevalence of HPV types as a result of vaccination. Furthermore, the percentage of non-vaccine HR-HPV types was higher than expected, considering that eight HPV types formerly classified as 'low-risk' or 'probably high-risk' are in fact HR-HPV types.
Therefore, it may be important to monitor non-vaccine HPV types in future studies, and an investigation concerning several HR-HPV types as risk factors for the development of cervical cancer is required."
Sources
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2018.09.17 12:22 Kerugion Swimsuit units dreams/speculations

Now that our lord and saviour has come to devour our stashes, I'm fairly sure the next batch of global original units will be very powerful to convince people to pull/spend. If I'm not mistaken, that should be the swimsuit units round 2.
I'm a bit bored right now, so why not speculate about their skillsets and dream about what we'd like to see?
I would love Speedo Lasswell to be an Ice elemental 2H greatsword user. I incidentally want said weapon as his TMR so my Hyoh, Lassie and Fryevia can all happily chain together in the future. Kitwise, I believe they could pull a Fryevia and also make him chain like Hyoh. If he's not at least as powerful, people will just stick with Kylo Rain and ignore poor Lassworm.
Swimshort Rain... I honestly have no idea. His native elementals, fire and earth, don't match very well with beachy themes. Maybe some sun inspired finishing moves, with a Fire 2H sword TMR? That would surely please our current god owners.
Beach Bartender Nichol could center around mixing refreshing cocktails and charming ladies with his skills. I wouldn't mind a party-wide ice imbue to combat all the heat the sub and gumi have been feeling lately.

Borat String Jake could go the loren/auron route and combine powerful breaks with a chaining partner. Perhaps the lesser used kingsglaive frames so Nyx has another partner next to Yun?
I'm not sure if they'd release a summer unit before we get their regular form, so in my mind, that leaves...
Mankini Raegen. A TDW unit done right so his damage isn't that far below the TDH meta. Although that would make him too much like his actual form, I suppose. I don't have much inspiration for him except a fire/ice party imbue. I just want a party ice imbue...

Well, my ideas aren't very original, I'm afraid, so I'm curious about your ideas!
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2018.08.09 16:50 Non-equilibrium Russian Mob Link to Florida based Hijackers

http://www.madcowprod.com/2006/10/25/russian-mob-link-to-911-hijackers/
A Venezuelan man busted with forty-three pounds of heroin on a Lear jet belonging to the owner of the Venice FL flight school at which Mohamed Atta and his bodyguard Marwan Al-Shehhi were enrolled is a major kingpin in an international drug trafficking network run by the Russian Mob.
Edgar Valles Diaz was arrested on Wally Hilliard’s Lear jet (N351WB) at Orlando Executive Airport on July 25, 2000, in what the Orlando Sentinel called “the biggest bust in Central Florida history.” The paper quoted officials stating it was “the largest find of its kind in the southeastern United States in recent years.”
Court documents revealed that Valles Diaz was a major narcotics trafficker in his native Venezuela who had flown Hilliard’s Lear jet for thirty-nine weeks in a row. Each flight originated in Venezuela, stopping in Fort Lauderdale and Orlando before flying to New York.
According to one of the flight crew on the Lear jet, Valles Diaz would be greeted upon arrival by an organized crime figure from the Russian enclave in Brighton Beach named Igor Borisovich Rabaev.
“When we landed in New York Valles-Diaz would be met by his ‘boyfriend,’” a member of the Lear jet’s flight crew stated. “He gets picked up at the airport by an Uzbek named Igor Rabaev, his heroin connection from Central Asia.”
The Russian Mob is an equal opportunity employer Currently wanted on two continents, Igor Rabaev is a prominent member of a Russian Mob family which uses the Uzbek capital of Tashkent as a transshipment point for heroin from Afghanistan, we learned.
“Igor Rabaev is a name to be conjured with in certain circles,” a former U.S. covert operative in Central Asia told us.
“He’s from Uzbekistan, and escaped from Russia to Israel by saying he was Jewish, back when it was the only way you could get out. But he’s not Jewish. He’s Muslim, and he’s got close ties with radical Muslim circles in the ‘Stans’ who serve as a conduit for heroin coming out of Afghanistan.”
(Uzbekistan is finally on the map, if only because of the new Borat movie.)
“Non-Jewish Russian mobsters often fraudulently claimed Jewish ancestry in order to gain easier movement in and out of Israel, where the Russian Mafia has established a large operating base,” said the source. “It was a real scam by Russian organized crime; it was easier for lots of these people to say they were Jewish to get into Israel, and then from Israel to become instant citizens, get Israeli passports, and then into the U.S.”
We received confirmation that there were, indeed, Muslim Mobsters from the former USSR posing as Jews in “Red Mafiya,” by Stephen I Friedman, the definitive book about the Russian Mob in Brighton Beach.
Brighton Beach: the new Berlin? The head of the New York FBI’s Russian Mob unit told Friedman that there were three or four major Russian crime families operating in Brighton Beach; the largest consisted primarily of Jewish émigrés from Odessa, followed by a second family from Tashkent, in Uzbekistan, which the FBI had pegged as Muslim, but which people in the community insisted was Jewish.
In addition to being associated with the Russian Mob, Valles Diaz was also a partner in the company “leasing” the Lear jet, American Jet Charters, along with the planes owner, 75-year old Wallace J. Hilliard, the Wisconsin insurance executive who says he “retired” to Florida, but who, instead—within a year of his supposed “retirement”— had assembled a fleet of between twenty to thirty long-range private jets, as well as flight schools like the now-infamous Huffman Aviation.
The news that Wally Hilliard’s Lear jet had been used by Russian Mobsters came hard on the heels of the recent revelation about one of Mohamed Atta’s closest associates in Florida, Wolfgang Bohringer, the personal pilot for Victor Kozeny, known as the “Pirate of Prague,” and also purported to have Russian Mob connections.
Late last month Kozeny was ordered extradited to New York by a court in the Bahamas to face charges of defrauding American investors, including former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, of almost $150 million. During the Northern Ireland peace talks, which Mitchell brokered in 1999, he had been flown to the negotiations in Kozeny’s personal jet, according to published reports.
The disclosures raise the question of the Russian Mob’s possible role as the “global network” which British Prime Minister said had assisted the terrorists while they were in the U.S.
The Global Network which supported the terrorists? FBI translator Sibel Edmonds, who former Attorney General John Ashcroft went all the way to the Supreme Court to silence, revealed she saw documents indicating the U.S. State Department was covering up a drug trafficking network associated with the terrorists involved in the 9/11 attack.
Could this “drug trafficking network” be, or involve, the Russian Mob?
The recent news underlines the significance of the Central Asia “Stans’”— Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan—which has become increasingly apparent recently, even in news stories where they appear to be only peripherally involved.
Take Republican Rep. Curt Weldon’s current difficulties, for example, in providing his daughter with entrée, lobbying assistance, and money that foreign governments and companies are only too happy to provide for friendly access in Washington D.C.
Just a few years ago, this scandal would have had a Saudi face. Today its centered in the Central Asian “republics.”
Hey Ney, Hey Ho, Iran Contra ops have got to go Then there’s the soon-to-be-incarcerated Bob Ney. On the road to his bribery conspiracy plea, Rep. Bob Ney of Ohio crossed paths with a colorful Broward ex-con who swindled Elvis and snitched on the mob. But that’s not all…
In addition to being one of Jack Abramoff’s “altar boys,” he was gambling in London with a Syrian “businessman” named Fouad al Zayat, known as the “Fat Man.” Al-Zayat is one of the top dozen high stakes gamblers in the world, owns cargo aviation companies, and freely consorts with known criminals…
In other words, he’s a junior Adnan Khashoggi. Only his playground isn’t Riyadh. It’s Tashkent.
We had already discovered, in “Welcome to TERRORLAND,” that “retired insurance executive” Wally Hilliard had friends in high places… everyone from former Democratic fund-raiser Truman Arnold to Florida Republican Governor Jeb Bush. Even reviled former Florida Sec’y of State Katherine Harris put in a good word, praising his non-existent airline.
Hilliard doesn’t restrict his wheeler-dealing to domestic politicians, either. We’ve already reported extensively, for example, on his involvement with Saudi billionaire and Iran Contra figure Adnan Khashoggi.
The man who came up to Venice from his $4 million estate in Naples FL “only when the newer jets came in” apparently has ties to almost everyone fingered in the Iran Contra Scandal.
Not a great scandal, but it sure has lasted a long time Adnan Khashoggi lieutenant Ramy El-Batrawi ran an air cargo carrier company for Khashoggi called Jetbourne International which flew 23 tons of missiles to Iran for Oliver North.
El-Batrawi also is in business with SkyWay Aircraft, the shadowy St Petersburg FL aviation company which has an apparent “green light” from the DEA to load 5.5 tons of cocaine aboard DC9’s and get away with it.
But Hilliard is also in business, we recently discovered, with two more Iran Contra veterans, in a company offering HD-TV chips called SPATIALIGHT, INC.
Farhad Azima and Mansour Rasnavad both have illustrious CIA pedigrees. Azima, an Iranian whose family was close to the Shah, owns a cargo airline in Miami that delivered whatever Iran Contra swag El-Batrawi’s cargo airline left behind.
Azima’s Global International Air (executive vice-president Mansour Rasnavad) was part of Oliver North’s logistical network shipping arms—including a shipment of 23 tons of TOW missiles to Iran—to the Ayatollah.
“Our guns go to those who need them.” Their relationship with the agency which goes back to the late 1970s when he supplied air and logistical support to EATSCO (Egyptian American Transport and Services Corporation) a company owned by former CIA agents Thomas Clines, Theodore Shackley, and Richard Secord, and which was prominently involved in the activities of former CIA agent Edwin Wilson.
It doesn’t get any more Iran Contra-y than that.
In fact, their company was once even cited for chartering a Boeing 707 to the PLO, who used it to ship a load of weapons to the Sandinistas.
There were, presumably, red faces all around. Still, the level of international intrigue this caper attests to marks them as spooks extraordinaire.
Before moving on, we feel obliged to point out that the company on whose behalf the two men were signing: Argyle Capital. Remember Argyle Equities, the Texas investment firm with the big stake in SkyWay Aircraft’s DC9 Cocaine One?
This is all no doubt just a coincidence.
That’s a good question to ask him… But only under oath Here we recall a question Wally Hilliard’s former jet mechanic Dave Montgomery once asked out loud over a beer:
“I used to ask myself: ‘Why is Wally doing business with all these foreigners? Alfonso Bowe, Mark Shubin, Pervez Khan… It didn’t make sense.”
Moreover there appears to be no accountability at the level these men are on.
Hilliard, for example, was cited in a federal complaint accusing him and Magic Dutch Boy Rudi Dekkers of numerous “unauthorized and unsupervised flights” during 1999. Two years before the 9/11 attack, Hilliard and Dekkers were flying unnamed Saudis to unspecified destinations in the U.S. on unknown missions.
“They were ferrying Saudi princes all over the U.S.,” said an aviation executive familiar with the operation. “You can go to jail for the kind of things they’re charged with. But all they’re getting is a slap on the wrist. What they were doing is blatantly illegal.”
“Without a Federal Aviation Administration air carrier operating certificate, the Government has no idea where those planes went, or even who was on board. Whoever they were flying didn’t want anyone to know.”
That’s a diplomatic pouch, you moron. Hands off. Igor Rabaev is from Tashkent, a key transshipment location as Afghan heroin wends its way to Russia and the West.
We wanted to learn more about the Russian Mob figure who had been flying a Wally Hilliard Lear jet filled with heroin during the same month Mohamed Atta arrived to attend Hilliard’s flight school.
So we asked the DEA to comment. They declined.
Our subsequent frustration must have been evident, because, unbidden, a source in Venice told us: “You should ask Hilliard’s partner about him. Mark Shubin knows him.”
Mark Shubin?
Small world.
Mark Shubin had shared ownership of a handful of top-of-the-line private jets—Gulf stream’s, Fokker’s, Challengers—with Wally Hilliard, including two with highly unusual ‘tail’ numbers: N11UN and N111UN.
Shubin also owned a company in Florida called ‘International Diplomatic Courier Services.’
And did we mention, he used to be a U2 pilot for the CIA?
We couldn’t locate Shubin. Perhaps he was busy doing renditions, and unavailable for comment. But we found someone who used to fly with him, and learned that, as tall as we thought the cotton already was… it was about to get a lot taller. And a lot more serious.
Geo-politically speaking, that is. Because Igor Rabaev had tried to murder the Minister of Energy for the Ukraine.
The biggest lie told about the September 11th attack was the first one: “19 hijackers moved through Europe and America unnoticed.”
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2018.05.08 21:29 NLTPanalyst NLTPanalyst's Week 2 Power Rankings

As of now, I don't have any intentions of doing previews this season. However, I'll do my best to do power rankings each week, and maybe even B team as well. Don't hold me to it though.
14.) Trailer Park Balls -1 (0-2)
O - Alt / Coach G ????
D - Goat Milk / Darth / Pepto Dismal
This team already has a lot of trouble. Some were wondering how the rookie offense would perform, but looking at the eus, Goat Milk and Darth did pretty decent last week against the Poost Office.
The offense on the otherhand didn't look very good. Coach G had some great hold which is typical, but the competitive inexperience has really taken its' toll here. The halves where they got killed on pups, is what gave them the loss.
Now, Coach G is headed to minors and this team is left without its' star attacker.
They should still have Coach G for tuesdays game against Block Surfers. If he shows, he may help them get the win, which may be their only win until free agency.
13.) ACAP Mob -1 (0-2)
O - A$AP Caplord / Grommit
D - Mudkip / Braddarb / Makin Bacon
ACAP Mob was without one of their projected A team defenders. They didn't have Makin Bacon, nor did they have Braddarb.
The offense on this team is fine. I see Grommit and Caplord being a playoff caliber offense. Unfortunately, the defense isn't there.
They had TPK step in on defense week 1 and it didn't go so well. The problem is, neither Braddarb, or Makin is going to be a huge upgrade there. Mudkip also isn't someone I would consider a lead defender.
Only a matter of time until the offense gets extremely frustrated by the defense situation here.
This week, they go up against BBB. If their defense couldn't handle The Chicken and Glob, they aren't going to be able to handle Taurus and I'm a goat.
12.) Blockhole surfers +2 (0-2)
O - Djinni / Balled Eagle
D - Whiskey Jack / Some Ballz / Micaso
Despite getting swept, this team moves up. Partially to make balledeagle more comfortable, and partially because they really didn't do that bad last week.
Some Ballz showed up, which is huge for them. The offense struggled a bit, and defense was lackluster. Whiskey Jack over a period of 40 minutes, only put up 16 returns which is abysmal.
I think Whiskey needs to play himself on B team here. He has good prevent, but his mechanics are lacking and going to cause issues on A team this season. Micaso / Some Ballz will get them some wins.
Despite the negatives, they played surprisingly close to BBB. The fact they only lost by 2 on Cedar, is something to be proud of imo. They should have a much easier game this week. Especially if it's Micaso and Some Ballz together.
11.) Black Flag -4 (0-2)
O - BC Canada / Carp
D - Ranger / gh0st / Klutchin
I wish there was a stream of this game because I really didn't expect Black Flag to get swept last week by an OTPHO team without Ping Tut.
Looking at the stats, Carp and BC weren't very strong at getting good grabs and struggled to hold. I expected them to be a much stronger offense, but the blame isn't on the offense here.
The defense was struggling to keep the flag in base as well.
Maybe it was a fluke and week 1 jitters / shaking off the rust. Going forward, Ranger and gh0st will need to step it up on defense.
They definitely will need to get more pups on smirk.
10.) Motor Baots -2 (1-1)
O - might dino / j0ules
D - glide / trapsin
This may not be fair to Motor Baots. They did end up splitting in week 1 against the Land Before Timers, but I'm really not confident in their line up here.
I think might dino is a very good player, and I like j0ules. I think that is a good enough offense to get to the playoffs, but I'm not so sure about Trapsin getting the A team spot when they have llamatron sitting on B.
Personally, I think Glide needs someone else that's stronger in the open field and help out with keeping the flag in. Trapsin is a good contain defender, but I really think glide needs someone that's more aggro.
Without any changes, I think this team may end up struggling. I also wouldn't be surprised to see rombus ghost or chuck play O, with j0ules switching to defense.
9.) The Land Before Timers +2 (1-1)
O - Fender / Gramps
D - WhiteBallker / PrincessLeia
Gramps is still good. Fender is still holding quite well. I think 11th overall in the power rankings at the beginning of the season wasn't deserved.
This will be a pretty good team, and now that we see Fender and Gramps are going to be a great O pairing, it answers some questions and addresses the hesitations I had about ranking them higher.
The biggest question of all though, is how will this defense hold up?
WhiteBallker is 2nd overall in NDpops, a category PrincessLeia tends to dominate. If they don't cut down on the risky plays, the flag is never going to be reset and both Fender and Gramps will struggle to cap.
The defense is weak when the flag is out. They're actually quite good when the flag is in base but they really lose it when in transition.
8.) Marble Madness -3 (0-2)
O - Ron Hextball / Esoog
D - Dethos / Tonto
A sweep against a tough Jack in the Blocks teams knocks Marble Madness down a few spots this week.
This is a great offense and will show up week after week and probably end up being one of the scariest teams to face in the postseason.
They'll end up getting a good defensive FA, maybe even 2 of them.
I don't want to insult Dethos and Tonto here... after all, they were extremely solid in base, putting up great prevent numbers. The problem I think, is when the flag is out. Neither one of them are great mechanical defenders and will have trouble getting solos in the open field.
In base, they'll provide opportunities for their offense... but once the flag is out, they need some help here. Either start playing more anti and go for kisses, or find better mechanics on D in FA.
Can't let one player get 4 minutes of hold against you in a 10 minute half.
7.) The Poost Office +2 (2-0)
O - Laserpig / Dusk
D - Armbranch / JDoe
This team swept week 1 so I was thinking about putting them a bit higher but deciding not to for now. While they performed well, with laserpig leading the league in caps, I still feel this team is a bit unproven. They played a pretty weak Trailer Park Balls team and the games were pretty close.
Armbranch looks really strong on defense and while I am concerned about JDoe being his partner, they looked pretty good. Whether it will continue working out or not, well, we need to see them have a stronger test.
laser and dusk were looking pretty good together and when you have someone like Armbranch putting up league leading prevent, they're going to continue having a lot of opportunities.
This week, Wrig and HeinousAnus should be a good test for this team.
6.) Pequenos Pandas -5 (0-2)
O - #! / Adawg
D - Wrig / HeinousAnus
Feels weird putting a team that got swept, 6th overall. I'm not ready to give up on them just yet.
I'm not sure what happened week 1. Going into the season, they seemed like they would be the top team but now, I'm not sure if it was just a fluke or if this team just isn't that great.
The defense didn't look good against TESB, allowing a lot of easy outs and struggling to get timely resets. Of course, it didn't help matters that HeinousAnus nearly averaged 1 non drop pop per minute and is on top of the leaderboard with 30 overall.
That's pretty grim. Along with less than 1 return per minute for each defender. Granted, Smirk isn't very kind to players that care about stats, but I still expected better.
The offense was forced to play a lot of O/D. Adawg looked decent on O but isn't the partner that #! has been used to. Poca has had suchit in s10, and Hom in s11 if I remember right. Now, poca is the lead O and I think we're going to see some struggles here.
They'll need a sweep this week to finish in the top 8 in my power rankings next week.
5.) The Handoff God +1 (2-0)
O - The Chicken / Glob.
D - Maradona / Wassa
After a strong week 1 showing, The Handoff God has solidified my belief in that they will be a pretty good team this season.
Though they didn't have the best opponent in ACAP Mob, they still performed quite well even without their captain Maradona.
Glob and The Chicken are looking like they may actually be a very good offense.
The most encouraging sign to me was how well Wassa performed without Maradona. He had to carry the defense, and put up solid prevent and return numbers. I would guess they'll only get stronger with Maradona in the picture.
A good test for this defense will come this week on Sphere, when they face off against the Land Before Timers.
4.) Big Black Blockworks -1 (2-0)
O - Taurus / Im a Goat
D - Elegant / Demman
I brought this team down a spot despite the week 1 sweep against Blockhole Surfers. I still think they'll be a great team, but I expected a much bigger win against Blockhole.
I suppose 6-2 can be considered a blow out on Smirk, but winning only by 2 overall on Cedar against a considerably weaker team is a bit of a shocker.
Maybe it was week 1 jitters.
Either way, the defense looked great. Elegant and Demman are going to be a top defense this season and they put up a ton of prevent. If they can keep that up, Taurus may have another MVB season.
Offense looks solid. Goat and Taurus should be much harder to beat as the season goes on and they build chemistry.
3.) Over the Pants Handoffs -1 (2-0)
O - Ping Tut / Zeus / Borat
D - NameLess / Master88
There's not a real justification for moving OTPHO down a spot this week. In fact, I feel like I could probably move them up or keep them at the same spot, but oh well.
Week 1 seemed like it would be a throwaway week. At least, that's how I pictured it since they were without Ping Tut.
Turns out they didn't really need him. Zeus and Borat were able to get the job done and it looks like Nameless and Master88 were locking down the defense.
I think we'll find out this week if this team is for real or not.
Perhaps the biggest question is, did Borat win a spot on A after last week's performance?
Tough challenge this week on both offense and defense.
2.) The Empire Snipes Back +7 (2-0)
O - Puggins / fractal
D - Nitro / Keekly
In my preseason power rankings, I rated this team unfairly low. I didn't know how dedicated players would be, and I really thought that the defense would have sketchy availability.
Both Nitro and Keekly showed up and played pretty well. Mechanics are there, and it turns out Nitro isn't really that washed.
I was a bit hesitant on the offense. Puggins hasn't had a full season on A in a while, if ever. I'm excited to see him and fractal working together all season. I think they can be great. They were grabbing easily on WRIG and HeinousAnus, and holding the flag quite well.
Overall, this team looks great. There's no weakness on offense or defense but they should have a pretty good test this week against OTPHO.
Someone needs to tell them to watch the backwards boosts though.
1.) Jack in the Blocks +3 (2-0)
O - Rammstein / Sir Cle
D - Snowball / Jackals
This team is going to be great. Snowball is usually known for his great prevent but after week 1 is leading the league in returns. Jackals has been a pleasant surprise so far, and a player I expected to be a question mark on this team but has shown he is more than capable playing defense alongside Snowball.
The offense of RAMMSTEIN and Sir cle has been quite good so far. Ramm has the 10 O GASP, and had some insane hold last week.
The team has good prevent, ability to rack up returns, can hold for days, cap, and I imagine the comms are pretty darn good too.
As of now, this is the team to beat.
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2018.04.27 17:42 QuantumPenguin A Comprehensive Study proving that Watford FC are the greatest yellow-shirted football team in the world. Part 2 - Europe

Science is a precise art. Can a collection of rants about football clubs that play in yellow be considered science? Luckily, I have a degree in science, so everything I say is by definition scientific.
Thus continues my greatest piece of work, my magnum opus. A comprehensive study of 160 of the world's football clubs, to prove once and for all that Watford FC are the single greatest yellow-shirted team in the world, by way of pointing out why every other team is shit.
 
Part 1 - Around the World
 

PART 2 - EUROPE

NORTHERN EUROPE

Sweden: It’s impossible to be any good at football when you spend all your time building flat pack furniture. Jesus was a carpenter and he never even played in an FA Cup final, the scrub.
Brøndby: Brøndby have a wishing well on their badge. Maybe they could wish they weren’t shit.
AC Horsens: If you’re Danish and not made of pastry or little plastic bricks then please fuck off out of my life. Thanks.
NSÍ Runavík: I could be making these up and you wouldn’t even know.
FC Honka: Any club named after the noise you make when you squeeze your partner’s boobs when she isn’t looking is far too immature to be considered a serious club. What, stop giving me that look they were right there!
FC Ilves: Jesus Christ kill it
KuPS: I like to drink beer out of KuPS, but I don’t like to drink beer out of football teams because I like it to be free from sweat and disappointment. Piss off KuPS, go and sit on a table or something.
Grindavík: Not sure if this is a football club or Iceland’s leading gay hook-up app. Include a group of men running around in shorts getting all sweaty and it gets even more confusing. I’m too confused now, go away Grindavík you’re giving me a headache.
Ventspils: Despite having dominated their league since the turn of the century, Ventspils’ stadium only holds 3,200 people. That’s less than my housing estate, and we’ve got a Co-op and a chippy. Get fucked you amateurs.
FK Atlantas: Atlantis wasn’t real! This “club” is nothing but a poorly-spelled conspiracy.
Bodø/Glimt: Bodø and Glimt sound like they’re about to go on a quest to Mount Doom. Maybe whilst they’re there, they can throw themselves into the lava and bring the world’s average footballing ability up.
Lillestrøm: Lillestrøm translates to “little part of a farm”. So Lillestrøm are, in fact, literal bullshit.
Elfsborg: Founded in 1904 as Borås Fotbollslag. Any club that would abandon the name Fotbollslag is nothing but a pathetic shell.
 

EURASIA

Kapaz PFK: If you’re from Azerbaijan, and you’re not Qarabağ, then no-one has ever heard of you and you are utterly terrible.
AEL Limassol: Limassol sounds like something I’d clean my floors with, and as such I deem this club to be a bit too bleachy for my tastes. Still, they cleaned up recently against Dettol City.
APOEL: APOEL drew 1-1 with Borussia Dortmund home and away in this season’s Champions League, making them practically identical clubs. What’s that, I’ve already written a comprehensive putdown of Dortmund? Excellent.
Beitar Jerusalem: What kind of parent would name their child Jerusalem, and why do you have to bite her? This name is very confusing and I don’t like it one bit.
Maccabi Tel Aviv: Maccabi’s star player this season is lovable smiley man Cristian Battocchio. Despite being such a lovely chap, it’s undebatable that the man is a Watford Reject and as such every club he has played for since he left Watford is a big pile of poo.
FC Astana: Time to make a Borat joke. Except I won’t, because Kazakhstan is a prosperous and varied country which is home to many more things than just a film caricature. Like fucking terrible football teams.
Fenerbahçe: I’m a bit scared that if I say something too mean I’m going to get hunted down by Turkish fans and have stadium seating thrown at me. Um, you’re OK I guess?
Galatasaray: Fuck Turkish clubs no regrets lololol
Göztepe: Turkish clubs based outside of Istanbul are irrelevant, and, quite possibly, entirely fictional. Not existing is grounds for immediate disqualification, I’m afraid.
 

EASTERN EUROPE

Lithuania: I can’t take any country that loses a war to Poland seriously.
Romania: Hey guys let’s all bleach our hair blond during the World Cup, that definitely won’t make us the subject of world ridicule! Romania you make me want to drink bleach.
Ukraine: Ukraine’s top scorer, 2nd highest appearance holder and current manager are all Andriy Shevchenko which makes him the perfect scapegoat for parody. Unfortunately he is quite the legend and a rather handsome chap to boot, so that’s a dead end. Fuck it, they got knocked out of their own Euros in the group stages which is a bit wank. That’ll do.
Inter Zaprešić: If you’re going to copy a renowned and skilled Italian club, it is considered good practice to copy actual good football, and not just the name.
Botev Plovdiv: Botev are the oldest football club in Bulgaria, boasting an incredible two titles from their 106-year history. Wait, did I read that right? Two? Oh. CSKA Sofia have won one every other year for nearly seventy years. Well, never mind then.
AEK Athens: Athens have just won the Greek Superleague, which is all well and good. But then you realise that Greece is a country where everyone spends all day standing around in bedsheets asking pointless questions, bathing in olive oil and bumming each other. Doesn’t count.
Birkirkara: I went to Malta and asked for a ticket to the Birkirkara game, and ended up at a chicken farm. Would not recommend.
Sheriff Tiraspol: Imagine trying to run a football club by the motto “This town ain’t big enough for the both of us”. You’d never play a home game, and you would get expelled from the league. Shit name.
Korona Kielce: Great with a slice of lime. Not so great at playing football, which is a shame.
FK Makedonija Gjorče Petrov: I’m sorry, I fell asleep whilst writing out your name. Way to make a first impression, FK Makedonija Gjorče Petrov.
 

WESTERN EUROPE

Vatican City: The Vatican claim to take their lead from the Pope. I’ve been on Wikipedia and Pope actually plays for Burnley, you fucking liars. Disqualified.
UE Santa Coloma: No-one goes to Andorra to play football, they go to go skiing. And they’re all posh boys. Football is for Right Proper Lads, not posh boys, so piss off Santa Coloma.
KV Mechelen: Imagine playing in yellow and red, Christ what an awful colour combination.
Sint-Truiden: What’s better, coming second in your country’s league fifty years ago, or ranting online about obscure mid-table Belgian clubs for days on end? An obvious choice, I think you’ll agree.
Nantes: French Norwich. Next.
RC Lens: RC stands for “Racing Club”. Fun fact, racing is in fact a completely separate sport to football. Someone needs to help Lens out with their identity crisis.
Orléans: Orléans is home to the fittingly named Maid of Orléans, Joan of Arc. Unfortunately for the good footballers of Orléans, Joan was burnt at the stake for being a heretic, and if there’s one sport which is free from heresy and sin, it is football. Peace be upon you, now fuck off.
Sochaux: Sochaux were founded by Peugeot, and all Peugeots are shit. You’re shit Sochaux, go away.
Borussia Dortmund: Borussia Dortmund are famous for being German, and Germans are famous for being absolutely rubbish at football. Never won a thing. Honest.
Lynx FC: I want to take whoever was responsible for naming this club after an overused teenage deodorant and force them to sit in a secondary school PE changing room for an entire day, whilst being subjected to the stuttering flirting attempts of a collection of awkward teenage boys. That’ll show them.
Benevento: Any team who loses 14 games on the trot, setting the worst start to a season in any of Europe's top five leagues in the process, is utter pants.
Chievo Verona: I’m really running out of ideas here. The official name is ChievoVerona without a space and that’s kind of weird I guess? I dunno.
Frosinone Calcio: I prefer to buy my Calcios fresh. Move along please.
Düdelanj: Any club that sounds like it was named by a stoner in a VW camper is probably going to have, at the very least, a poor understanding of the importance of allowing the libero to dictate counterattacking play through advanced distribution as part of the catenaccio tactical system. Relegation beckons.
Progrès Niederkorn: Progrès is in Luxembourg, Luxembourg is basically tax-avoidance central, and I’m poor. Fuck you Progrès Niederkorn you bank wankers.
ADO Den Haag: Haag is the noise I make when my dentist starts getting a bit overzealous with his tools. A club named after such a horrible experience sounds utterly awful in every way.
NAC Breda: NAC stands for, and I am not making this up, Nooit opgeven altijd doorgaan, Aangenaam door vermaak en nuttig door ontspanning, Combinatie Breda. Quite incredible but fucking hell, take a look at yourselves Breda. This is embarrassing.
Roda JC: In 2009, Roda added the name of their city to the official club name to create brand awareness. Just like West Ham! Oh wait, that’s not a good thing. Go and play in a shopping centre you twats.
Vitesse: Chelsea B, and Watford beat Chelsea 4-1 last month. Quick maffs.
VVV-Venlo: Someone needs to let VVV-Venlo know that there’s a whole alphabet of letters available. Some of my favourites are W, D, and F-U-C-K-O-F-F
Estoril: Promoted to the Portuguese top flight in 2012 under the reptilian eye of a certain Marco Silva. Literally the worst club I’ve ever heard of. Fuck you, fuck your snakes and fuck off my list.
FC Pacos de Ferreira: If you’re Portuguese and not Benfica or Porto, you are completely irrelevant. Goodbye.
SS Cosmos: You’d expect a team whose name sounds like a spaceship to be exciting, dare-devil go-getters. Exactly the kind of description I would also give to the sixth best team in San Marino. Unfortunately, SS Cosmos came seventh. Arrivederci.
Tre Fiori: Sometimes I put my dinner on a Tre when I’m watching the TV. I’m glad that’s all though, because the thought of putting my hopes and dreams on this shambles makes me sick.
Las Palmas: Las Palmas are a team who play in yellow, who played in the second tier since 2007 until getting promoted in 2015 and have finished mid-table since under four different managers. What a miserable existence, I can hardly imagine.
Villareal: Imagine being named after a house.
Alcorcón: Alcorcón’s most famous victory was a 4-0 win over Real Madrid in the 2009 Copa del Rey. Motivated to go on to bigger and better things, the team subsequently lost in the next round to Racing Santander. Imagine beating Real Madrid then losing to a bank.
Cádiz: Cádiz played a vital role in the Battle of Trafalgar, sheltering the French and Spanish fleets before they got smashed by Nelson and his boys. Take that Cádiz, 1805 best year of life.
Young Boys: Is… is that your real name? Oh jeez. I just… no. No.
 
Part 3 - The United Kingdom
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