Activity Listing

Report Abuse

Covid Vaccine Question Covid Vaccine Question
0 0 Reviews
Popular

Is The COVID Vaccine Questionable?

Our ambition is to find the truth relating to the Covid vaccination, hence posting this problem listing. We want to find out the truth, are vaccines safe? And if not, what are the ramifications?

Ambition Type

Activity Listing Type

Activity Type
Problem

Narrative

Our Story
The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a global race for vaccines to combat the virus and save lives. However, amidst the ongoing vaccination campaigns, a prominent voice has emerged, challenging the narrative surrounding the effectiveness and impact of mass population pharmacological intervention.

Dr. Aseem Malhotra, a respected NHS consultant cardiologist and specialist in heart disease, has raised critical questions regarding the true efficacy and consequences of COVID-19 vaccines.

This article and discussion listing on Ideas-Shared aims to delve into the claims made by Dr. Malhotra, exploring the notion that mass vaccination efforts may have cost more lives than they have saved. Let’s engage in a thoughtful discussion and seek the truth behind these controversial statements.

Background

Dr. Aseem Malhotra’s expertise in evidence-based medicine, shared decision-making with patients, and preventive cardiology lends weight to his perspectives on the COVID-19 vaccine. With a degree in medicine from the University of Edinburgh and a distinguished career in diagnosing, preventing, and managing heart disease, Dr. Malhotra’s opinions demand attention and warrant further exploration.

Analysing the Claim

The claim that COVID-19 vaccines have saved three million lives is challenged by independent analysis suggesting that the mRNA vaccines have resulted in unintended consequences. This assertion, labeling the claim as “utter nonsense,” raises concerns about the accuracy of the narrative surrounding vaccine efficacy and the potential loss of life caused by these interventions. It prompts us to critically evaluate the information presented to the public and question whether lives are being needlessly lost.

Seeking Truth

The central question that arises is: Who is telling the truth? To unravel the complexities surrounding this issue, we must engage in an open, evidence-based discussion. By critically examining the available data, analysing real-world outcomes, and considering alternative perspectives, we can strive to uncover the truth and gain a more comprehensive understanding of the impact of COVID-19 vaccines.

Exploring the Consequences

This discussion listing invites participants to delve into the potential consequences of mass vaccination campaigns. Are there unintended side effects that have not been thoroughly addressed? Have the long-term effects been adequately studied? Is it possible that the benefits of vaccination have been exaggerated, leading to a misguided sense of security?

Balancing Perspectives

It is essential to approach this discussion with an open mind, considering a range of viewpoints. Participants are encouraged to share their insights, backed by evidence and critical analysis. By fostering a respectful and inclusive dialogue, we can collectively weigh the arguments put forth by experts like Dr. Malhotra, while also considering the broader scientific consensus on vaccine efficacy and safety.

Promoting Informed Decision-Making

Ultimately, the goal of this discussion is to empower individuals to make informed decisions regarding their health and well-being. By sharing accurate information, engaging in open dialogue, and critically evaluating the claims made, we can contribute to a more robust understanding of the COVID-19 vaccine landscape.

In Conclusion

The claims made by Dr. Aseem Malhotra regarding the impact of COVID-19 vaccines are thought-provoking and demand further exploration. By engaging in this discussion on Ideas-Shared, we have the opportunity to critically evaluate the narratives surrounding vaccine efficacy and unintended consequences. Let us approach this dialogue with intellectual curiosity, respect for differing opinions, and a commitment to seeking truth. Together, we can shed light on this complex issue and contribute to a more informed and empowered public.

Detail

Listing Priority
Important & Urgent
Listing Status
In Progress
Desired Outcome
Investigate, Research
What We Need To Progress
Publicity & Public Support, Feedback & Evaluation
Reasons To Get Involved
Achieve Mutual Goal, Increase Quality of Life, Peace of Mind, Right Thing to Do
Your Options
Like or Dislike Listing, Review Listing, Share Listing, Sign Up, Join Group

Get Involved

Next Steps
Want to get involved but don't know how? Join us, and let's figure it out together.

Video

Location

Address
London, UK

Author Info

Ideas Shared Ltd

Member since 1 year ago
View Profile

Like This Listing?

Is The COVID Vaccine Questionable? 0 reviews

Write Your Review

There are no reviews yet.

Write Your Review

Your email address will not be published.

Here’s How You Can Help

Don’t forget to check out the list owners request for help. Here are some standard options for you to support this listing.

Spread the Word: Share our listing with your network to help attract the required help and support.

Like/Dislike Listing: Let us know what you think of our listing by either liking or disliking it.

Collaborate: If requested join our Group. Here you can discuss things further with us, help us plan tasks, and progress the initiative through to benefits realisation.

Offer Expertise: Whether you’re an individual subject matter expert, or organisation and possess relevant insight, your input can significantly help us, so don’t delay, get in touch with us soonest and let’s see what happens.

Provide Feedback: Constructive feedback fuels our progress and helps us refine our approach, and achieve better outcomes. You can also rate our listing below.

Remember that together, we can ALL make a meaningful difference. If you’re not yet a member, consider joining us in shaping a brighter future for our community and beyond.

Desired Outcome Reference

List owners may select one or more of the following outcomes, if these resonate with then consider getting involved.

  • Alert: Notify or make someone aware of a particular situation or issue.
  • Automate: Introduce or implement automated processes to streamline tasks or operations.
  • Build: Create or construct something tangible, such as a structure or product.
  • Campaign: Organise and execute a coordinated effort to achieve a specific goal or promote a cause.
  • Challenge: Present a difficulty or problem to overcome, often stimulating innovation or problem-solving.
  • Change: Implement alterations or modifications to existing conditions, behaviours, or processes.
  • Complain: Express dissatisfaction or grievances about a particular matter or situation.
  • Contemplate: Ponder or deeply consider an idea, concept, or course of action.
  • Create: Generate something new, whether it be an idea, or invention.
  • Debate: Engage in a structured argument or discussion to present and defend opposing viewpoints.
  • Decide: Make a choice or reach a conclusion after careful consideration or deliberation.
  • Develop: Advance or enhance something through gradual progress or refinement.
  • Digitise: Convert manual information or processes into digital form.
  • Discuss: Engage in conversation or dialogue about a particular topic or issue.
  • Educate: Provide information or instruction to impart knowledge or develop skills.
  • Engage: Actively involve oneself or others in a particular activity or endeavour.
  • Evaluate: Assess or appraise the value, importance, or effectiveness of something.
  • Experience: Undergo or encounter a particular event or situation first hand.
  • Explain: Clarify or elucidate information or concepts to make them understandable.
  • Expose: Reveal or bring to light previously unknown or hidden information.
  • Find: Discover or locate something previously unknown or lost.
  • Fix: Repair or resolve a problem or issue to restore functionality or correctness.
  • Fund: Provide financial resources or support for a particular purpose or endeavour.
  • Get Feedback: Solicit or receive input or opinions from others for improvement or validation.
  • Get Redress: Seek compensation or resolution for grievances or injustices.
  • Help: Assist or support others in need of aid or assistance.
  • Hold to Account: Ensure that individuals or entities are responsible or answerable for their actions or decisions.
  • Improve: Enhance or make something better in quality, value, or effectiveness.
  • Influence: Affect or shape the opinions, behaviours, or decisions of others.
  • Inform: Provide knowledge or information to educate or update others.
  • Innovate: Introduce new ideas, methods, or technologies to improve or revolutionise existing processes or products.
  • Invent: Create or devise a new product, process, or solution that did not previously exist.
  • Investigate: Systematically examine or research a particular topic or issue to uncover facts or evidence.
  • Learn: Acquire knowledge or skills through study, experience, or instruction.
  • Make: Produce or create something tangible or intangible.
  • Manage: Organise, direct, or control resources or activities to achieve specific objectives.
  • Network: Establish and maintain connections or relationships with others for mutual benefit or support.
  • Organise: Structure or arrange elements or activities in a systematic or orderly manner.
  • Overcome: Successfully surmount obstacles, challenges, or difficulties.
  • Plan: Strategise or arrange actions or steps to achieve a specific purpose or goal.
  • Present: Display or showcase information, ideas, or products to an audience.
  • Promote: Advocate or support the advancement or popularity of something.
  • Prompt Reaction: Incite or elicit an immediate response or action.
  • Propose: Suggest or put forward an idea, plan, or solution for consideration.
  • Prove: Demonstrate or verify the truth or validity of something through evidence or argument.
  • Recommend: Provide advice or suggest a course of action based on expertise or experience.
  • Reflect: Contemplate or think deeply about past experiences, actions, or decisions.
  • Remember: Recall or retain information, experiences, or events from the past.
  • Repair: Restore or fix something that was damaged or broken.
  • Repurpose: Adapt or reuse something for a different purpose or function.
  • Research: Conduct systematic investigation or study to discover new information or insights.
  • Sell: Exchange goods or services for money or other forms of compensation.
  • Share: Distribute or disseminate information, resources, or experiences with others.
  • Showcase: Display or present something in a way that highlighted its features or qualities.
  • Simplify: Streamline or make something easier to understand or use.
  • Solve: Find a solution or resolution to a problem or issue.
  • Stop: Cease or halt a particular activity or behaviour.
  • Suggest: Offer or propose an idea, solution, or course of action for consideration.
  • Support: Provide assistance, encouragement, or backing to someone or something.
  • Teach: Instruct or impart knowledge or skills to others.
  • Test: Evaluate or assess the performance or reliability of something through experimentation or examination.
  • Understand: Grasp or comprehend the meaning or significance of something.
  • Vent Anger: Express or release feelings of anger or frustration.
  • Vent Frustration: Express or release feelings of frustration or annoyance.
  • Warn: Advise or caution someone about a potential danger or problem.