"Garbage Soup": Alexandra Latypova on Regulatory and Manufacturing Fraud in C-19 Injections
Two Soviet expats talk about medical fraud and living under the mob.
This story is about my conversation with Alexandra Latypova, a Soviet expat and pharmaceutical industry expert.
Alexandra grew up in Soviet Ukraine and immigrated to America in the late 1990s. She got her MBA from Dartmouth College and the spent about twenty five years in pharmaceutical industry and biotech (including in the areas of drug safety and clinical trials).
Alexandra has been a successful entrepreneur. She has founded a number of startups, sold them several years ago, and retired, hoping to focus on pleasant things like painting (she is a great artist), traveling, etc.
But life planned differently, and when 2020 came, she smelled the rat early on on due to many “abnormalities” related to “COVID response,” including the very strange coordinated campaign to prevent effective treatment of COVID.
Compelled to understand what was going on, Alexandra rolled up her sleeves and got to work. For starters, she started looking at VAERS, and she discovered unreasonable discrepancies between different lots, where some lots had just a few reported severe adverse events, and some had thousands (she later learned from FOIA’ed documents that lot sizes were in a relatively similar range).
In the interview, Alexandra also talks about a very uneven distribution of “lot mortality” in the U.S. where the coasts did relatively okay, while some midwestern states had very poorly, with very high numbers of reported deaths per a hundred thousand doses. The worst state is South Dakota (30 reported deaths per 100,000 shipped doses). The areas that did even worse, according to Sasha, were some of the U.S. territories with high percentage of indigenous population (this slide from the presentation was made before that latter data became available.)
Another point that Alexandra highlights is the total, compete, and Soviet-like lack of any compliance to any expected standards of, well, anything, in all phases of development and production of this product. Not only did they skip important phases of clinical trials (which was known, and explained away by “warp speed,” etc.), there is no described procedure testing of vials, have also been blatant fabrications and distorion of facts, which, accoring to Alexandra, would have been very hard to pull off without conscious and deliberate “protection” of the manufacturers by the regulatory organs.
Furthermore, as Sasha points out, VAERS is the only publicly available database, designed as a signal (and let’s not forget the old Harvard Health study that showed that VAERS was severaly underreported—NOT overreported—capturing around 1% if actual adverse events). But in addition to VAERS, the health official currently have several other, relatively rigorously maintained, internal databases tracking adverse effects, and they have had access to all the data on carnage in real time. And they watched it. And they saw carnage. And they lied about it to our faces and to the faces of the vaccines injured and their loved ones.
An example of fraud: A Moderna maternal toxicity study (which seeminly was the only study they did, on rats, and only on female rats only) Moderna found a signal where a statistically significant portion of offspring of vaccinated female rats had developed skeletal malformations. And what did Moderna do after finding it and documenting it in their internal papers, FOIA’ed by Judicial Watch? They said that no issues had been found. Etc. etc. Things like that, from horizon to horizon!
She goes over everything in detail in the interview, and she also kindly allowed me to share the PDF of her presentation in case you like to read vs. watch.
But before I go into more detail, I would like to point out that besides being a super sharp, courageous, outspoken human being, she is a trained and very talented artist. Below are a couple of Sasha’s paintings. I am in awe of her talent!
Watching the Rumble video (at 1.5 speed) now before heading to work as the token foreigner for Japanese public schools. I am writing this as much to myself as to you.
For some time now, the criminally corrupt and insane behavior of our institutions appears to have been exposed, and those who do not see it, are those who choose to be willfully ignorant ... probably to protect the illusion of what remaining autonomy they have. Data and rationality appear to be no longer viable as tools for protection, much less flourishing or personal growth.
I have no answer to the immediate threat other than that nature eventually wins, and as their narratives are built on a warped denial of how nature works, the ruling class's plans will eventually fail. The only question is at what cost to the best of humanity?
At 1:04:00, I like Alexandra's suggestions about what to do. But Japan is such a collective-authoritarian society, there is no fighting the corporate nation-state at any governmental level ... national, prefectural, or city. I can only see hastening the fall of empire through other means of subversion.
1 — As much as possible, forming empathy-driven communities that are as independent of institutions and those infrastructures they control as possible.
2 — Continue putting out the data for the young and/or naive. Now having passed my expiry date as a useful-idiot/former Professor, I am ousted from any former positions of authority (social currency) and now seen as no more than a disposable, token-foreigner, Assistant Language Teacher ... and despite being able to speak Japanese (been here 40 years), am restricted to 'teaching' how to pronounce 'How are you today?' or 'May I have another slice of pizza?' to about 3,000 Japanese public school students. I am frustrated in not being able to talk about much of importance with even sympathetic Japanese handlers (oops ... I mean 'colleagues') ... much less students.
3 — Continue subverting corruption through another underground, the subconscious to unconscious underground, shuttling and sharing values and information through art. At about 1:10:00, after you complemented Alexandra for her painting skills, she said she'd like to return to painting 'after the war'. Just a modest suggestion ... along with her insights into the corrupt belly of the beast, perhaps she could follow the enemy's mind-set in that 'what can be weaponized, will be weaponized'.
For example, that's a nice painting of cattle. Cattle? Aren't they being weaponized against us? I can think of at least two ways ...
1) The Davos crowd presumes we will save the earth by eating crickets ... while they reserve the right to dine on filet mignon.
2) Interesting 'Fact Check', probably funded by Phizer ... https://factcheck.afp.com/doc.afp.com.32KQ68B Yep. If former African leaders could detect the Corona-virus on mangoes, goats, and motor oil ... you can be sure beef cattle are a source of pathogens. Even if the planned inject cattle to treat them for other diseases, why in the name of all that's holy would they be using such 'effective' mRNA gene therapies?
I realize there are only 24 hours in a day, and we have limited time and resources, but another option ... rather than thinking of painting cows for pleasure — separate from and after the war — Alexandra might think of weaponizing her skills and talents, and attract more flies with the honey of humor (e.g. Gary Larson) AND information. A brief net search for 'Gary Larson Cows' will be time well spent. At least one 'sacred cow' should be drugged and dragged to the slaughter house ... the corporate nation-state herding us to 'follow the science'. Maybe combine that with a new song from you?
JMHO ... but there will be no 'after the war'. Just take a deeper dive into history. This has always been a forever-war of mankind against its own worst nature. We may be approaching the end game and answer to the Fermi Paradox ... 'human intelligence' by definition, contains the seeds of its own self-destruction.
Despite it all, cheers Tessa and Alexandra.
ps. Now taking a break between classes, and reflecting on how the English language classroom is a microcosmic fractal of Hayek's critique of top-down, centralized control ... the controller has little to no knowledge of on-the-ground information. My 'boss' for 2nd year Jr. High classes is a housewife and mother who barely has time to get to school and enter the classroom a minute before class starts. She takes her lesson from the textbook and has no idea of what the students already know from after-hours cram-school, or what I know from graduate school or published research. They are students, I am the token foreigner, and we all await her orders to open the text book, repeat after her, etc. Though the students and myself are all masked, I really had to bite my tongue to keep from laughing when the teacher 'explained' that past tense in English is more polite than present tense. Why? Because 'Could you please show me the way?' is more polite than 'Can you show me the way?'. I was only permitted to stand in silence and wait to be called on to read a sentence for students' pronunciation practice. I guess it could be worse. I am glad I am not a former physician.
Excellent. Thank you.