Monday, November 30, 2020

Event Update For 2020-11-30

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2020-11-30 - Average winter temperatures in the US Northeast have warmed by up to 4.8 degrees since 1970:

Quote: "In the winter of 1969-70, Philadelphia had an average temperature of 30.3 degrees Fahrenheit. Last year, the average was 39.4."

Quote: "Overall, the group found that winter not only is warmer than it was 50 years ago, it is warming faster than any other season in 38 states, including Pennsylvania and New Jersey."

2020-11-30 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, scrap cars burn, in Prestonburg (Kentucky):

Quote: "Firefighters say about 80 to 100 cars were in the process of being scrapped when the fire started. The cause and start time of the fire are unknown."

2020-11-30 - Large pile of pallets and cardboard goes up in flames outside packaging business in Livermore (California):

Quote: "Firefighters battled an outdoor fire that ignited in a large pile of cardboard and wood pallets at a Livermore packaging company on Sunday night."

2020-11-30 - Twelve SUVs go up in flames at 2:30 AM while parked at dealership in Mayfield Village (Ohio):

Quote: "When police arrived, they discovered at least three vehicles were ablaze and the fire spread to other vehicles. In all, the fire destroyed or damaged 12 Jeeps, according to the press release sent out by the Mayfield Village fire department."

Quote: "Investigators say eight Jeeps were totally consumed by the chain reaction blaze and explosions, two were heavily damaged and two others had relatively minor damage."

Quote: "Fire investigators say surveillance video from the dealership revealed that the fire started in the engine compartment of one of the Jeeps and quickly spread."

2020-11-30 - Man has chest pain and collapses at store in Denver (Colorado):

Quote: "Tay Anderson, a director with the Denver Public School Board, collapsed after suffering from severe chest pain while shopping on Monday, according to a message posted by his family on Twitter. The message says Anderson was at Target when the medical incident happened."

2020-11-30 - Man collapses on Greenhill Bridge Road in coastal Herne Bay (Britain):

Quote: "Emergency services were called to a railway bridge this morning after reports a man had collapsed. Paramedics and police rushed to Greenhill Bridge Road in Herne Bay shortly after 10am, leading to traffic being held up."

2020-11-30 - Car-hauler ship 'Grande Europa' bursts into flame at 2:12 AM off coastal Dungeness Point (Britain):

Quote: "The 'Grande Europa', while en route from Antwerp to Southampton, UK, with a crew of 27 on board, suffered a fire in the engine room in position 50 52 54.0 N, 001 07 36.0 E, 5.5 miles off Dungeness Point on Nov 29, 2020, at 02.12 a.m. The vessel was not under command and without power and had no ECDIS and GPS. The vessel had radar and was assessing if its anchor could be dropped. It was situated in the southwest bound lane of the Dover Traffic Separation Scheme near the CS3 buoy. The ship had 2.153 vehicles on board."

2020-11-30 - Two boats, tractor, three campers, car, two lawn mowers and barn destroyed by fire on Zilhaver Road in Cambridge Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "No animals were in the barn, but French said the fire consumed three campers, two boats, one car, a four-wheel drive tractor and two lawn mowers. French said the car was an older model Mustang."

Note: These are the 1084th, 1085th and 1086th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020, and this is the 1649th tractor/tanker/semi to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-11-30 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in the wee hours on Syana-Narsena Canal road in Makri (India):

2020-11-30 - Tanker truck explodes in Martin County (Texas):

Quote: "No one was injured but an oil truck was destroyed."

2020-11-30 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on Spencer Way near Kirksville (Missouri):

2020-11-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-270 in St. Louis (Missouri):

2020-11-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 5:45 AM on US 36 in Douglas County (Illinois):

2020-11-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A257 in Ash (Britain):

Note: These are the 1650th, 1651st, 1652nd, 1653rd and 1654th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-11-30 - Box truck bursts into flame at 5 AM on street in coastal Miami (Florida):

2020-11-30 - Utility truck bursts into flame on street in Belleville (Canada):

2020-11-30 - RV and pickup truck destroyed by fire on I-44 in Sapulpa (Oklahoma):

Quote: "The driver of the motorhome was traveling alone with a Chevy Silverado towed behind him, fire officials said. A few moments after he saw the flames from the side mirror, officials said he quickly exited the highway and came to a stop at America's Best Value Inn near West Skelley Drive and South 45th West Avenue. Officials said no one was hurt, but the RV and truck were completely destroyed in the fire."

2020-11-30 - RV bursts into flame at 4:51 AM at homeless encampment off Gilbert Avenue in St. Paul (Minnesota), 1 injured:

Quote: "According to the St. Paul Fire Department, fire crews responded to the 2100 block of Gilbert Avenue at about 4:51 a.m. Upon arrival, they found a man who had exited an RV that was on fire. The man was transported from the scene for medical evaluation."

2020-11-30 - RV bursts into flame at the Texas Renaissance Festival in Todd Mission (Texas):

Quote: "A fire broke out at the Texas Renaissance Festival, the second one this year. According to Marlena Solomon, Texas Renaissance Festival marketing communications manager, the fire occurred at the participant campsite Monday morning. Todd Mission Volunteer Fire Department says the fire was contained to one RV and there were no reported injuries."

Note: These are the 358th, 359th and 360th RVs to burn in 2020...

2020-11-30 - SUV bursts into flame while parked on Lincoln Way in Dixon (Illinois):

2020-11-30 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 5:48 AM on SW Mifflin Court in Topeka (Kansas):

2020-11-30 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home in coastal Burnaby (Canada), home burns separately at 1:40 AM too:

Quote: "On arrival, crews found flames and heavy smoke coming from a pickup truck parked near the garage of a two-storey single family home, according to assistant fire Chief Dave Younger. The blaze had also spread into the garage but was stopped there, he said."

2020-11-30 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 12:56 AM while parked at shop in coastal Addu City (Maldive Islands):

2020-11-30 - Car bursts into flame just before 7 AM on Louis Drive in Rayleigh (Britain):

2020-11-30 - Car bursts into flame at 12:50 AM on Priorslee Road in Snedshill, Telford (Britain):

2020-11-30 - Car bursts into flame on street in Meanwood (Britain):

2020-11-30 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the Northway near Moreau (New York):

2020-11-30 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 401 in Woodstock (Canada):

2020-11-30 - Pickup truck(s), car(s) and auto shop go up in flames at 12:30 AM in Jericho (Vermont):

Quote: "No one was in the building at the time, and no injuries have been reported in connection with the fire. Several cars were damaged beyond repair during the blaze."

2020-11-30 - Garage destroyed by fire at apartment complex under construction on Baden Lane in Austin (Texas):

2020-11-30 - Home damaged by fire on Cottrell Road in coastal Tiverton (Rhode Island), six pets killed, nobody there:

2020-11-30 - Home damaged by fire on West Fallbrook Street in Fallbrook (California):

2020-11-30 - Home destroyed by fire on FM 1417 in Sherman (Texas):

2020-11-30 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Park Hill Drive in Gainesville (Georgia):

2020-11-30 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire just before 7 AM on West 140th Street in coastal Manhattan (New York), 1 injured:

2020-11-30 - Deadly fire burns home on Bond Mill Road in Laurel (Maryland), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2020-11-30 - Deadly fire burns apartment building on Cavell Avenue in Etobicoke (Canada), 1 killed:

2020-11-30 - Vacant hotel burns in Tallahassee (Florida):

2020-11-30 - H5N8 avian flu killing birds all across Europe and Asia:

2020-11-30 - Brother and sister, 33 and 31, die in swimming pool in Barberton (South Africa):

Quote: "A family of 15 members residing at Tjakastad Trust in Elukwatini decided to go to Msunduka Park to host a party on Saturday 28 November 2020 whereby two of the family members drowned in the swimming pool at Barberton. The two siblings are June Khumalo thirty-one and Elvis Khumalo thirty-three. The family went in the pool for a swim when only the others came out but the two siblings vanished into the water."

2020-11-30 - Woman, 41, found dead and face-down in the water at Rafes Chasm Park in coastal Gloucester (Massachusetts):

2020-11-30 - Man, 31, dies after being found unconscious at jail in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2020-11-30 - Man found dead at Tennessee River dam in Colbert County (Alabama):

2020-11-30 - Woman drops dead on University of Houston campus in Houston (Texas):

2020-11-30 - Woman found dead in Offatts Bayou in coastal Galveston (Texas):

2020-11-30 - Man in his 40s found dead in creek near Walmart in Susanville (California):

2020-11-30 - Man found dead at Point Fermin in coastal San Pedro (California):

2020-11-30 - Man, 55, has 'medical episode', car lightly crashes on Grand River Street North, man dies, in Paris (Canada):

Quote: "'The male suffered a medical episode that caused the collision,' said Const. Ken Johnston Tuesday. 'He passed away in hospital last night from his illness.' Brant OPP, along with firefighters and paramedics, were called just before 8:30 p.m. to Grand River Street North at Homestead Road in Paris. Johnston noted the man suffered no injuries as a result of what he described as a 'slight' collision."

2020-11-30 - Man found dead near Lady Hammond Road and Robie Street in coastal Halifax (Canada):

2020-11-30 - Boy, 17, falls off apartment building and dies in Kolkata (India), possible toppler:

2020-11-30 - Man in his 30s slumps over dead in car on Liverpool Old Road near Tarleton (Britain):

2020-11-30 - Small plane crashes near California Drive in Franklin (Arkansas), 2 killed:

2020-11-30 - Passenger bus and van collide head-on, fire erupts, near Sheikhupura (Pakistan), 13 killed, 17 injured:

2020-11-30 - Transit bus slams into pole just after 7 AM at mall in Monroeville (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2020-11-30 - Box truck crashes off I-80, plunges into the Yuba River, near Kingvale (California), 1 injured:

Quote: "A driver suffered major injuries Monday morning when their truck drove off I-80 and ended up in the river below."

2020-11-30 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into former Radio Shack building, on coastal Long Island (New York):

2020-11-30 - Car crashes through median, overturns, bursts into flame, in Calgary (Canada), 1 killed:

2020-11-30 - Car veers off road, crashes into pole, in Clearview (Canada), 1 killed:

2020-11-30 - Powerful storm unleashes tornado on Montgomery County (Pennsylvania):

2020-11-30 - Role of ‘survivor cannibalism’ during Great Famine detailed in new TV documentary:

Note: Get a glimpse of the future by looking at the past!

2020-11-30 - First case of COVID-19 in mink confirmed in Oregon after nearly 20 million mink recently culled in Denmark:

2020-11-30 - St. Louis ranked second-least-safe city in the United States by WalletHub:

Quote: "The study gave St. Louis an overall ranking of 181st safest city in America. The only city listed more unsafe than St. Louis was Fort Lauderdale, Florida."

Note: Positive Spin News says, 'St. Louis ranked safest of the two least safe cities in America!'


  1. Hey Jonny, Fran, Mike D., Tom N., LL, FezzedOne and Panther, plus any and all readers of JJFH.

    What a start to this week! Major storm (with tremendous flooding and an unheard of tornado this late in the year!) hits the east coast the day before i get back, and i woke up to light snow today (no accumulation in s/e PA; north/western PA had inches).

    Montgomery County
    Severe Storms Spawned a Tornado That Uprooted Trees, Damaged Cars

    The whirlwind caused damage and moved or "tossed" six to eight parked cars, uprooted some trees and tore siding and roof-mounted equipment off the shuttered Noboru restaurant. At the Texas Roadhouse, the winds sent outdoor dining furniture flying, according to the damage report.

    The max wind speeds of 70 mph are relatively weak for a tornado [classified as an F0 in the ~ 2 min. news spot], but were enough to also damage the roof of a Costco building.
    The tornado came and went within a minute, dissipating as it passed near Upper State Road. No injuries or fatalities were reported from its damage.

    In Pottstown, drivers maneuvered around flooded roads. [more]

    Higher than normal wildfire potential predicted for the Southern Plains through March, 2021

    The National Significant Wildland Fire Potential Outlook issued December 1 by the Predictive Services section at the National Interagency Fire Center predicts wildfire potential will be higher than normal in the Southern Plains through March, 2020. This will include portions of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. Most of the southwest one-quarter of the United States is currently experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. [more]

    [here's some great stuff that i couldn't send on my phone]

    Turkey’s grain store is being completely devoured by gigantic sinkholes (video!)

    The Konya Plain knows as Turkey’s grain store faces drought due to excessive irrigation.

    For this reason, sinkholes in the region continue to threaten farmers.

    This reminds me of what is going on in Israel and surrounding countries with more than 3,700 sinkholes sinkholes devouring the coastline of the drying Dead Sea. [more]

    [part 2 awaits]

  2. Lightning fried chicken for Thanksgiving

    A farmer in Zimbabwe was left baffled when she saw a lightning bolt killing all of her 1,000 chicken in one shot on Nov. 24th. [more]

    Major solar flare triggers 3 strong earthquakes in Alaska (M6.3), Argentina (M6.3), Russia (M6.4)

    Is there a link between solar activity and strong earthquakes?

    Well, if you look back at data from the past two days, there is a clear correlation between the proton density sent from the sun and the occurrence of large earthquakes (M > 5.6), with a time shift of 1-2 day(s). [more]

    After This New Wave Of Lockdowns, Most People Will Accept Any “Solution” Because They Will Be So Desperate

    When people become desperate enough, those in power can get most of them to do just about anything. The first wave of lockdowns knocked us into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s, it sent suicide rates soaring all over the globe, and it plunged millions upon millions of ordinary citizens into a deep state of despair. Now another wave of lockdowns is being instituted all over the planet, and this is going to perfectly set the stage for the “solutions” that the elite plan to offer all of us in 2021.

    It has been said that if you want people to be willing to accept a solution, first you have to make them realize that they have a problem.

    And once this “dark winter” finally ends, almost everybody will be absolutely desperate to return to their “normal” lives.

    With each passing day, more extremely harsh restrictions are being imposed. [more]

    Vitamin D Insufficiency May Account for Almost Nine of Ten COVID-19 Deaths: Time to Act.

    Evidence from observational studies is accumulating, suggesting that the majority of deaths due to SARS-CoV-2 infections are statistically attributable to vitamin D insufficiency and could potentially be prevented by vitamin D supplementation. Given the dynamics of the COVID-19 pandemic, rational vitamin D supplementation whose safety has been proven in an extensive body of research should be promoted and initiated to limit the toll of the pandemic even before the final proof of efficacy in preventing COVID-19 deaths by randomized trials. [more]

    Giant oarfish washes up just before two earthquakes in Taiwan

    That’s an old story, but I missed it.

    On Nov. 6th, fishermen caught a huge, 5-meter-long (16.4 feet) oarfish off the coast of Dong’ao in Yilan County, eastern Taiwan. [more]

    Hundreds of drunk birds kill themselves flying into apartment block in Inner Mongolia, China

    Scientists now try to understand the strange behavior of these birds, but are left baffled. According to first analyses, it’s no disease. [more]

    [NOW you'll KNOW it was a PLANDEMIC]
    U.S. billionaires gained almost $1 trillion in wealth during the pandemic

    [~ 34.5 min. BBN]
    Climate Change: What Is "Melting The Arctic" For $200?

  3. Yes, This Makes Perfect Sense: Cities All Over America Are Slashing Police Budgets As Crime Rates Soar

    If violent crime rates are surging, should the police get more funding or less funding? You would think that the answer should be obvious, but unfortunately major cities all over the nation are choosing to significantly reduce police budgets right now. With less police on the streets, criminals are going to have even more freedom to terrorize urban communities, and that will likely accelerate the mass exodus out of our major cities that we have already been witnessing. It is so sad to watch so many of our once great cities degenerate into crime-ridden, gang-infested war zones, and the fact that our economy is crumbling so rapidly is just going to make things even worse. [more; he provides specific examples]

    More than 200 earthquakes follow M5.1 quake near Mina, Nevada

    A very shallow M5.1 earthquake rattled Nevada on Dec. 1st, 11:32:56 p.m. UTC. The main tremor was directly followed by a swarm counting now more than 220 quakes and still increasing.

    Photo gallery: In 2020, AP photographers captured a world in distress
    [links to this]

    EPA Finds Glyphosate Is Likely to Injure or Kill 93% of Endangered Species

    The Environmental Protection Agency released a draft biological evaluation today finding that glyphosate is likely to injure or kill 93% of the plants and animals protected under the Endangered Species Act.

    The long-anticipated draft biological evaluation released by the agency’s pesticide office found that 1,676 endangered species are likely to be harmed by glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup and the world’s most-used pesticide.

    The draft biological opinion also found that glyphosate adversely modifies critical habitat for 759 endangered species, or 96% of all species for which critical habitat has been designated.

    Hundreds of millions of pounds of glyphosate are used each year in the United States, mostly in agriculture but also on lawns, gardens, landscaping, roadsides, schoolyards, national forests, rangelands, power lines and more.

    According to the EPA, 280 million pounds of glyphosate are used just in agriculture, and glyphosate is sprayed on 298 million acres of crop land each year. Eighty-four percent of glyphosate pounds applied in agriculture are applied to soy, corn and cotton, commodity crops that are genetically engineered to tolerate being drenched with quantities of glyphosate that would normally kill a plant.

    Glyphosate is also widely used in fruit and vegetable production. [more]

    [more below]

  4. Are industrial chemicals killing rare whales and familiar dolphins?

    Marine mammals stranded on beaches in the southeastern United States died with high levels of pollutants stored in their organs and blubber, researchers reported recently in Frontiers in Marine Science.

    Thousands of chemicals from households, farms and factories quietly enter the ocean every day. Some readily absorb onto bits of another common pollutant: plastic. When mistaken for food by small animals like plankton and anchovies, plastic enters the food chain—along with the chemicals it soaked up.
    [more; uh, so whatcher sayin' is WE'RE EATIN' DIS SHIT!]

    Tropical Cyclone "Burevi" to make landfall over northern Sri Lanka on December 2

    Tropical Cyclone "Burevi" formed on December 1, 2020, in the Bay of Bengal as the 5th named storm of the 2020 North Indian Ocean cyclone season. The cyclone is forecast to continue intensifying before it makes landfall in northern Sri Lanka on December 2 (LT) as a Cyclonic Storm. A Cyclone Alert is in effect from Tamil Nadu, India to Sri Lanka. [more]

    Major storm hits U.S. East Coast, leaving more than 230 000 customers without power

    A powerful storm swept through the U.S. East Coast on Monday, November 30, 2020, leaving more than 230 000 customers without power in the region. The storm system brought damaging winds and heavy rains, downing multiple trees and power lines and producing several tornadoes. [more]

    [another part follows; sorry too old/stoned to remember]

  5. [i don't know where he's been for over a month]
    WMO: 2020 on track to be one of three warmest years on record – More than 80 percent of the global ocean experienced a marine heatwave in 2020

    Ocean heat is at record levels and more than 80% of the global ocean experienced a marine heatwave at some time in 2020, with widespread repercussions for marine ecosystems already suffering from more acidic waters due to carbon dioxide (CO2) absorption, according to the provisional WMO report on the State of the Global Climate in 2020. [more]

    Man Accidentally Records Strange "Objects" in Sky That Pull Off an IMPOSSIBLE Maneuver! W H O A [today's MrMBB333 video] [~ 14.25 min.]

    Tasmania wakes up to SNOW on the second day of summer in Australia

    Tuesday night's blustery cold front brought [snow] falls to the summit of Hobart's Mount Wellington and elevated areas of the central highlands on the first and second day of summer.

    Taal Volcano in the Philippines records 5 earthquakes in 24 hours

    the situation there remains "abnormal," and that sudden steam-driven or phreatic explosions, volcanic earthquakes, minor ashfall, and lethal accumulations or expulsion of volcanic gas may occur and threaten areas within Taal Volcano Island (TVI).

    Semeru volcano erupts on Java, Indonesia

    Shallow M6.0 earthquake hits Balleny Islands region, South Pacific Ocean

    [check this out - from Friday, 27th]
    Stunning dragon-like sea creatures wash up on beach in Cape Town, South Africa

    Dozens of strange blue dragon-like sea creatures have washed up on a beach near Cape Town in South Africa.

    Ms Wagener said she found around 20 on the beach, adding that she had never seen the creatures before, despite living near the beach for most of her life. [more; worth the look, video]

  6. It's really funny and revealing that SOTT posts a story about snow in Tasmania while Australia records the hottest Nov. ever! Listen to today's episode of BBN:

    Climate Change: War On Nature [54.25 min.]

    [Oh boy Biden will change the EPA!]
    Climate Change: Biden Names DuPont Consultant To EPA Transition [48 min. BBN]

    Unknown space object just skimmed past Earth and scientists still don’t know what it is

    A slow-moving object of unknown origin just completed an extremely close flyby of our planet, before heading back out into the solar system. And the mysterious space material is expected to return in March.

    The strange ‘minimoon’ – which is officially dubbed 2020 SO – has been the subject of speculation ever since it was discovered by the Pan-STARRS survey on September 17. It has been classed as an asteroid but scientists still don't have a complete understanding of what the object is. Some have speculated that it is part of an old rocket. [more; space junk!]

    Sun Ejects Biggest Solar Flare In Years Ahead Of Active Cycle

    On Sunday, SpaceWeather said the sun's solar explosion was measured as an M4.4-category eruption, which produced a shortwave radio blackout over some parts of Earth and a bright coronal mass ejection (CME). [more]

    Vietnam – Floods Leave 5 Dead, 1 Missing, 5,000 Displaced After 980mm of Rain in 3 Days

    More deadly flooding has struck in Vietnam, with at least 5 fatalities reported, 1 missing and over 5,000 evacuated. [more; videos]

  7. Severe wildfires burning 8 times more area in western U.S.

    As we move into winter and what is typically the wet season for the western U.S., the 2020 fire season is finally winding down. But the damage is done: nearly 14 million acres have burned across the nation, about double the 10-year average and the most acres burned since reliable record-keeping began in 1983.

    Five of the six largest fires in California history and three of the four largest in Colorado history all burned this year. This dramatic increase in the acres burned by immense wildfires is being driven by fires which are burning hotter and more intensely than they used to.

    In fact, according to a new study, there's been an eight-fold increase since the mid-1980s in annual area burned by high-severity wildfires — defined as a fire that kills more than 95% of trees. The transformation in fire behavior has happened fast, with this exponential increase happening in just one generation over the course of 30 years.

    These more intense fires have a lasting impact on the ecosystem. [more]

    Another big storm brewing for eastern US [~ 3.75 min. weather video]

    [on top of the 5G rollout, we have this to look forward to]
    How COVID-19 vaccine can destroy your immune system

    The study,1 "Informed Consent Disclosure to Vaccine Trial Subjects of Risk of COVID-19 Vaccine Worsening Clinical Disease," published in the International Journal of Clinical Practice, October 28, 2020, points out that "COVID-19 vaccines designed to elicit neutralizing antibodies may sensitize vaccine recipients to more severe disease than if they were not vaccinated."

    "Vaccines for SARS, MERS and RSV have never been approved, and the data generated in the development and testing of these vaccines suggest a serious mechanistic concern: that vaccines designed empirically using the traditional approach (consisting of the unmodified or minimally modified coronavirus viral spike to elicit neutralizing antibodies), be they composed of protein, viral vector, DNA or RNA and irrespective of delivery method, may worsen COVID-19 disease via antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE)," the paper states.

    "This risk is sufficiently obscured in clinical trial protocols and consent forms for ongoing COVID-19 vaccine trials that adequate patient comprehension of this risk is unlikely to occur, obviating truly informed consent by subjects in these trials.

    The specific and significant COVID-19 risk of ADE should have been and should be prominently and independently disclosed to research subjects currently in vaccine trials, as well as those being recruited for the trials and future patients after vaccine approval, in order to meet the medical ethics standard of patient comprehension for informed consent." [ethics? you gotta be nuts]

    As noted by the authors of that International Journal of Clinical Practice paper, previous coronavirus vaccine efforts — for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV), Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) — have revealed a serious concern: The vaccines have a tendency to trigger antibody-dependent enhancement.

    What exactly does that mean? In a nutshell, it means that rather than enhance your immunity against the infection, the vaccine actually enhances the virus' ability to enter and infect your cells, resulting in more severe disease than had you not been vaccinated.2
    [more; like with all information, decide for yourself]