The Truth Behind COVID-19 Vaccines (5): Fatal Blood Clots

Author: MyWay
Proofreading: Youri

Blood clots are the most common and deadly vaccine adverse events. The word “rare” is still being used by health agencies and the mainstream media, so it is vital to be vigilant for blood clots after vaccination. Over 90% of cases are not reported.

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As seen in European, US, and UK vaccine side effect reports, thrombosis-related cases account for the largest proportion of side effect reports.

From EudraVigilance summary data through June 5, 2021:

  • Total reactions for the experimental mRNA vaccine from BioNTech/ Pfizer: 6,732 deaths and 502,162 injuries

14,819   Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 74 deaths

11,018   Cardiac disorders incl. 843 deaths

  • Total reactions for the experimental mRNA vaccine from Moderna: 3,821 deaths and 101,767 injuries 

1,826     Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 27 deaths

2,822     Cardiac disorders incl. 409 deaths

  • Total reactions for the experimental vaccine from Oxford/ AstraZeneca: 2,848 deaths and 724,457 injuries 

8,125     Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 117 deaths

10,935   Cardiac disorders incl. 351 deaths

  • Total reactions for the experimental COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson: 466 deaths and 25,950 injuries 

240        Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 13 deaths

392        Cardiac disorders incl. 48 deaths

For the United States, every Friday, VAERS makes all vaccine injury reports received during the week public. Data shows that between Dec. 14, 2020 and May 28, a total of 294,801 total adverse events were reported to VAERS, including 5,165 deaths — an increase of 759 over the previous week. There were 25,359 serious injuries reported,  3,822 cases higher than last week. For all ages group, 17% of deaths were related to cardiac disorders, where the average age of death was 74.4.

The UK  HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “”Yellow Card Report system (similar to VAERS) of Death & Adverse Drug Reactions to covid “vaccines”. When searching the Yellow Card reports, use pathology specific key words to group the data according to the following six broad, clinically, relevant categories: 

A. Bleeding, Clotting and Ischaemic (BCI) ADRs 

B. Immune System ADRs 

C. ‘Pain’ ADRs 

D. Neurological ADRs 

E. ADRs involving loss of Sight, Hearing, Speech or Smell 

F. Pregnancy ADRs

The following search terms are included in BCI ADRs: bleed, haemo*, thrombo*, emboli*, coag*, death, ischaem*, infarct*, angina, stroke, cerebrovascular, CVA. ‘Death’ falls under this term as it has accounted for many reported fatalities (438) without specific details. Although a large number of fatalities go reported without details, we predict that deaths from BCI ADRs, in particular as ‘sudden death’, would be most likely to occur from haemorrhagic, thrombo-embolic or ischaemic events. Given the seriousness of this ADR, it is justifiable to send a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to clarify the cause of death in these 438 people.

13,766 bleeding, clotting and ischaemic ADRs were identified – 856 of which were fatal. Government reports have highlighted the occurrence of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, apparently accounting for 24 fatalities and 226 ADRs up to the 26th May 2021. However, our analysis indicates that thromboembolic ADRs have been reported in almost every vein and artery, including large vessels like the aorta, and in every organ including other parts of the brain, lungs, heart, spleen, kidneys, ovaries and liver, with life-threatening and life-changing consequences. The most common Yellow Card categories affected by these sorts of ADRs were the nervous system (152 fatalities, mainly from brain bleeds and clots), respiratory (with 103 fatalities, mainly from pulmonary thromboembolism) and cardiac categories (81 fatalities).

Here are a few examples as reported by the media.

In UK, a former taekwondo champion had his leg amputated due to blood clots weeks after receiving the covid vaccination.

In Canada, a Langley-area man loses 2 metres of intestines after a blood clot following his AstraZeneca jab. 

In Italy, 18-year-old Camilla Canepa enthusiastically attended an AstraZeneca open house On May 25 and received her vaccinations. On June 3, she went to the emergency room with a headache and was sent home after a CT showed negative. On June 5, she went back to the hospital emergency room and she was very sick – a cerebral hemorrhage. She underwent surgery to remove the clot and lower the intracranial pressure. Camilla unfortunately then passed away from her injuries at the young age of 18.

There are more cases than you can count, and if you can get around the mainstream media’s internet blockade, you’ll find thousands of more reports on various vaccine victims.

All the medical experts know that the COVID can cause blood clots. Studies have proved that infection with COVID-19 has been associated with thrombosis, or blood clots, involving the veins and arteries. The risk of blood clots is highest for individuals admitted to hospital with a COVID-19 infection, occurring in about 5% of people admitted to a regular hospital ward, and up to 20% for those in the intensive care unit (ICU) on life-support. 

Reports of vaccine side effects from various countries now confirm that vaccination can also cause blood clots, and at a higher rate than viral infections. Usually, the blot clots happen between four days to a few weeks after the jab in most cases. According to the UK medical regulator, 309 cases of major blood clots with low platelets have occurred in the period up to mid-May 2021. The total includes clots occurring in the brain and other parts of the body. Most were after the first does of the AstraZeneca vaccine, but 15 cases have been reported after a second dose. So far there has been 56 deaths. From the current information in the UK, the general risk of these types of clots following a first jab is estimated to be around 12.3 cases per million doses. Data will continue to be analysed and it is likely there will be more information as time goes on. Though still rare, the risk still presents itself more prominently in younger patients as the dose is too much for their bodies to handle. There is also evidence that suggests the reported rate is higher in females – although this is not seen across all age groups and the difference remains small.

Among the thrombotic diseases, Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis (CVST) is the most dangerous. Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) occurs when a blood clot forms in the brain’s venous sinuses. This prevents blood from draining out of the brain. As a result, blood cells may break and leak blood into the brain tissues, forming a hemorrhage. This chain of events is part of a stroke that can occur in adults and children. It can occur even in newborns and babies in the womb. A stroke can damage the brain and central nervous system. A stroke is serious and requires immediate medical attention. This condition may also be called cerebral sinovenous thrombosis.

What should you look for to determine if you may have a blood clot? The key symptoms of thrombosis (blood clots) to watch for are swelling, tenderness or redness in the leg, chest pain with slow shallow breathing, shortness of breath, elevated heart rate, light-headedness and coughing up blood. If you have been vaccinated, you should pay special attention to these symptoms.

D-dimer is a fibrin degradation product (or FDP), where a small protein fragment is present in the blood after a blood clot is degraded by fibrinolysis. It is as named because it contains two D fragments of the fibrin protein joined by a cross-link. D-dimer test is a blood test that indicates whether blood clots are being actively formed somewhere within a person’s vascular system. This test is most often helpful in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolus and deep vein thrombosis, but it can also be useful in diagnosing other medical conditions in which blood clots play a role.

Medical studies have confirmed that both coronaviruses and vaccines can produce the spike HYPERLINK “” protein, and that the spike protein can go anywhere in the body with the bloodstream. Once in circulation, the spike protein can attach to specific ACE2 receptors that are on blood platelets and the cells that line blood vessels. When that happens the spike protein can do one of two things: it can either cause platelets to clump, and that can lead to clotting, or it can lead to bleeding. That’s exactly why we’ve been seeing clotting disorders associated with these vaccines. 

In addition, we have always emphasized, lot of people have the knowledge that 90% of the time, the reported cases were not logged, only 1% of the adverse effects are reported to VAERS in United States. Not to mention the permanent disabilities and other very serious side effects that go unreported or disconnected from the vaccine itself. 

The following two examples are victims drowning in a sea of side-effect data, and no one cares how they died or what their families are going through now.

In addition, many health care workers were warned not to report cases of vaccine side effects.

Currently, the word “rare” is frequently used by health authorities and mainstream media in all countries to describe the various side effects caused by vaccines. Remember, the vaccine fanatics want to pretend each individual side effect is the ONLY possible side effect and compare the risk individually to the total risk of COVID-19, this is totally wrong, we should look at the cumulative risks.

[1]The Truth Behind COVID-19 Vaccines(1) : Hidden adverse events of COVID-19 vaccine   
[2]The Truth Behind COVID-19 Vaccines(2) : The Secret of Vaccine Ingredients 
[3] The Truth Behind COVID-19 Vaccines (3) : The real effectiveness of vaccines 
[4]The Truth Behind COVID-19 Vaccines (4) : Why High Incidence of Myocarditis in Young Vaccinated People   
[5]The Truth Behind COVID-19 Vaccines (6) : Bell’s Palsy, Mad cow disease and Guillain-Barré syndrome

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