Thai King's daughter collapses, Top Thai Neurologist warns of vaccine injuries. Following week, King's sister experienced heart arrhythmia (Updated Dec 26th, 2022)
How unlucky do you have to be to have TWO family members getting injuries from the vaccine?
Princess Bajrakitiyabha, the eldest daughter of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, collapsed due to a brain aneurysm on Dec 14, 2022.
The princess remains under life support, according to official statements.
One week later, on Dec 20, 2022, the country's Top Neurologist, Dr Thiravat Hemachudha, chief of the Thai Red Cross's Emerging Infectious Diseases Health Science Centre, decided to take a side on the COVID Vaccine debate and declared the vaccine unsafe.
In Thailand, Kings have a demi-god status. The only few countries in the world where "lèse-majesté" laws still apply. Don't insult the royal family or risk severe punishment. I wonder if telling lies about the SAFETY of covid vax is counted as "insulting" their intelligence. Maybe that's why the Top Neuro is taking sides now; he doesn't wanna be on the wrong side of the equation when the shit hits the fan!
This doctor is actually much more prominent than our Australian GP, Kerryn Phelps. Thiravat Hemachudha is a Thai neurologist, mainly recognized as an expert on rabies. He is a professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University and King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital. The Princess has been admitted to the same hospital.
In Pharma, we used to rank doctors unofficially - Neurologists and neurosurgeons are usually god-like because of the complexity of the brain (neuro=brain) compared to, say, orthopedic surgeons who are like car mechanics because they deal with bones. Fixing bones is just like assembling lego sets. I am trying to discredit orthopedics, but the brain is 100x more complex than cutting and putting bones back together. Anyway, there are complexities in every specialty - neurologists being the top, followed by oncologists (cancer)…and so forth.
I'm just being transparent. These are how Pharma looks at doctors "unofficially". Anyway, Prof Thiravat Hemachudha is not only a Prof of Neurology, but he is from Chulalongkorn University - the number one university in Thailand.
When someone of this stature speaks up, all his colleagues in Thailand will find new courage to speak up on the vaccines!
WOW! How unlucky do you have to be to have TWO members of the same family suffering injuries? On Dec 26 2022, Princess Sirindhorn, sister of the Thai King, experienced heart arrhythmia.
Here's the important thing to understand. Best quality data shows 1 in 800 with Serious Side Effects, according to this important paper published in British Medical Journal, a reanalysis of Pfizer's own data)
A lot of people don't understand what 1 in 800 means. That's why you get a comment like this!
To imagine what 1 in 800 means, if you have Facebook, look at the number of friends you have. If you have 800 friends, chances are one of them suffered a serious side effect. IT DOESN'T mean everyone in your immediate family will experience it!!
Apparently, it is a very difficult concept for people to understand. Anyway, 1 in 800 is now a conservative number. As time goes by, we see more and more autoimmune diseases and cancer. Maybe they will accept it when it hits 1 in 50 in a year.
Anyway, it is really bad luck for the Thai King to have two members of his immediate family suffering injuries. It reminds me of Kerryn Phelps AND her partner. This tells me it's already WAY lower than 1 in 800!
I was in Thailand last week. I had an unexpected problem with Jetstar staff leaving SYD airport and an expected minor problem entering Singapore on the way home as I have not taken any of the Covid drugs.
Jetstar told me I needed a PCR even though they ended that requirement in October, then allowed me through stating the rule changed 'this morning'. That was a lie. She was just trying to annoy me or I'm one of very few who couldn't provide a 'vax passport' since October.
In Thailand I needed (and then so did my 12 year old daughter) a PCR or ATK to enter Singapore. That process was uneventful although it cost $50 each for ATKs. It probably would have been quite eventful if either of us were positive.
Whilst having the tests I spoke to a Thai nurse who was triple Pfizer vaxxed, who said they were commonly seeing strokes everywhere but he/she was not allowed to talk about it. I mentioned the Thai princess and he/she said again he/she was not allowed to talk about her or it but then said the princess was so fit and well suggesting that it was commonly known in the medical world from nurse upward that the princess had a stroke from the vax.