From an INTERVIEW of Dr. Daniel Nagase.
Dr. Daniel Nagase was recently fired from an Alberta hospital for giving unapproved Ivermectin to 3 COVID patients, who responded well to it. He has been vocal about problems with vaccines. Recently he spoke about stillbirths.
Dr. Daniel Nagase: From one of the local doctors in North Vancouver, Dr. Mel Bruchet, he has contacts all over Vancouver, and some doulas who work in women and children’s hospital, which isn’t North Vancouver, it’s in Vancouver Vancouver, it’s one of the birthing centers for Vancouver, they had 13 stillbirths in a 24-hour period. That was what I heard. But the thing is, I’ve also heard a similar story out in Waterloo, Ontario. So in Waterloo, Ontario, I have a more reliable statistic. That there was 86 stillbirths between January and July. And normally it’s only 5 or 6 stillbirths every year. So about 1 stillbirth every 2 months is the usual rate. So to suddenly get to 86 stillbirths in 6 months, that’s highly unusual. But the confirmation, the most important confirmation that we have, from the Waterloo Ontario report, was that all of the 86 stillbirths were fully vaccinated.
Question: What can we do?
Well we need to get information requests. We need doctors, nurses, unit clerks at hospitals, to start printing out the statistics. Because we know if we ask the health authorities to print out the statistics, they will refuse. And that is absolutely criminal! Because who pays for the hospitals? We do! It is our information. We own that information. We should not be asking some administrator for permission to get the death statistics. We should not have to ask some kind of health minister for permission to get the actual rate of ICU stays. Where they’re saying it’s unvaccinated people. But there’s so many people within 2 weeks of their second shot and they are getting deathly ill. This information is our information. We deserve to know how many percent of the ICU is filled with people who are having side effects within 1 week of the injection. And then if they’re clogging the ICUs, because they’re getting a vaccine injury, but they’re being labeled as unvaccinated, that is an absolute lie. We deserve, we have the right to all the information and all the details.
Vancouver Coastal Health responded in a tweet: “There is no truth to this claim and the individuals spreading this false information have no affiliation to either LGH or VCH. There has been no notable change to the incidence of stillbirths in the VCH region throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.”
I don’t trust I don’t trust Vancouver Coastal Health’s description: “notable.” Someone made a specific claim and they dismissed it in a general manner and didn’t release their data.
Ashleigh Stewart, of Global News, “fact checked” the claims of Dr. Daniel Nagase. “In one clip, Bruchet describes talking with an unnamed individual, who spoke to a number of unnamed doulas, who told him there had been 13 stillbirths in an unspecified 24-hour period at Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver. This is incorrect.”
Stewart reported the “facts” on stillbirths in Vancouver as follows: “Data from Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) shows that from April to late August 2021, there were just four stillbirths across VCH’s seven hospitals, compared to 1,326 live births. Data specifically from Lions Gate Hospital could not be disclosed due to privacy reasons.”
The fact that the very hospital that the claim was made about didn’t disclose its data, but other hospitals did to a certain extent, didn’t seem to concern Stewart. If she tried to contact Dr. Nagase and track down the 24- hour period in question, she didn’t say so.
Stewart moved on to address the claim of 86 stillbirths in Waterloo, and began by quoting Dr. Daniel Nagase: “’In Waterloo, Ontario, I have a more reliable statistic that there was 86 stillbirths between January and July and normally it’s only one, it’s only five or six stillbirths every year,’ he said. This is also incorrect.”
Stewart: “Data from the Better Outcomes Registry & Network (BORN), Ontario’s perinatal, newborn and child registry, shows there were between 12 and 15 stillbirths in the Waterloo region between January and June 2021. The reason for the differing numbers is that the Waterloo region’s hospitals fall under slightly different boundaries, and are either counted under a local health integrated network or a public health unit.”
Let’s fact check the fact checker. Dr. Nagase’s statistic was from January to July, and fact-checker Stewart’s statistic was from January to June. It’s possible that there could have been a spike in stillbirths in July. If you are fact-checking the theory of Dr. Nagase, you have to consider when these women would have become “fully vaccinated.”
Stewart did not address the claim of Dr. Nagase that there would normally be “5 or 6” stillbirths in a year in this area. Assuming that this baseline is correct, going from 5-6 stillbirths in a year to 12-15 in a 6-month period is still a staggering increase of roughly 400-600% in stillbirths, even by her own statistics. That didn’t seem to concern Stewart either.
Stewart quoted that overall stillbirth in the province of Ontario, for the first 6 months of 2021, were .44% compared to .47% in “previous years.” That doesn’t mean much in the context of Nagase’s claims.
Stewart didn’t note that Canada’s COVID vaccination campaign didn’t begin until December 14, 2020. Nagase’s claims related to “fully vaccinated” women, meaning they would need at least 2 shots to be “fully vaccinated.” Canada announced on April 23, 2021 that they were receiving “tens of millions” of booster shots. I don’t know when women would have received a second shot and when any stillbirths related to the second shot could be expected to show up in the data, but I think it’s disingenuous and unprofessional of Stewart to quote the first 6 months of 2021 as a defense against Nagase’s concerns that at least two shots are causing stillbirths. The data she quotes just doesn’t address the concern.
Stewart went on to say that you can’t tell who’s vaccinated and unvaccinated in the data she looked at. “… there is no easy way to know this information. A spokesman for BORN Ontario says that data would need to be drawn from COVaxON, the provincial COVID-19 vaccine data repository and cross-referenced with patient data.”
Then it needs to be done, doesn’t it?
The medical theory behind much of the problems with the vaccines is as follows, reported by Steve Kirsch, Nov 9, 2021, in a statistical analysis of VAERS: “The serious events we highlight below are all consistent with the mechanism of action that Robert Malone and I first described in the Darkhorse podcast. Namely, that the spike protein that is produced in response to the delivery of the mRNA is cytotoxic and results in blood clots, inflammation and scarring throughout your body which then creates a wider range of severe adverse events than any vaccine in human history.”
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