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Exclusive: Facebook Censors My Story of Life-Altering Side Effects from the Covid Vaccine

A woman, Caroline Pover, claims her harrowing experience with chronic health issues after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine led to censorship on Facebook when she tried to share her story. Pover, 52, endured convulsions, shivering, breathing difficulties, and low blood pressure within nine hours of the jab, later facing ‘stroke-like’ symptoms and persistent health struggles. Despite initially sharing her ordeal in a national newspaper in March last year as part of the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme, Pover’s attempt to link the article on Facebook resulted in a warning notice on her account. Her battle sheds light on the challenges faced by vaccine-injured individuals striving for information and support.

Photo credit: Ms Pover says that over time the censorship led her to develop a specific writing style that would help prevent posts from being flagged up

Caroline Pover, a freelance journalist and entrepreneur, received the AstraZeneca vaccine in March 2021, experiencing severe health complications within hours, including convulsions, shivering, breathing difficulties, and low blood pressure. Her condition escalated to ‘stroke-like’ symptoms, coupled with exhaustion, a racing heart, and migraines. Despite sharing her story in a national newspaper last year, Pover faced censorship on Facebook when attempting to disseminate information about her experience. ( 🔗 Medical Professionals Uncover Novel Syndrome in Children Linked to Fentanyl Exposure in Pregnancy ) She expressed frustration, stating, “It’s a ridiculous situation for vaccine-injured people, who have a right to information.” (dailymail.co.uk)

Photo credit: Ms Pover’s Facebook account was given a warning, allegedly after she posted a newspaper article detailing her difficult experiences with the AstraZeneca vaccine

Pover recounts the gradual development of censorship on Facebook, with ‘notes’ appearing beneath her posts about vaccination. She claims to have been ‘shadow banned,’ causing her posts to vanish from the timelines of friends and family. Pover adapted her writing style to evade censorship, emphasizing the impact of both physical health struggles and the challenges imposed by censorship on individuals like her. Undeterred, she authored a book on adverse reactions to Covid jabs, determined to share her message despite obstacles.

Photo credit: ‘It’s a ridiculous situation for vaccine injured people, who have a right to information,’ said Ms Pover

Facebook’s response to the inquiry about Pover’s case remains pending. Meanwhile, another private Facebook group, UK CV Family, with over 1,000 members, who claim to have suffered injuries or loss due to Covid vaccines, faces challenges in avoiding shutdown. The group, initiated by Charlet Crichton after her adverse reaction to the AstraZeneca jab, emphasizes that it is ‘not anti-vax.’ Despite facing the need for self-censorship to prevent shutdowns, the group’s significance has grown, earning core-participant status in the Covid Inquiry. (dailymail.co.uk) ( 🔗 Identifying and Permanently Eliminating Viruses from Your Smartphone: A Step-by-Step Guide )

Photo credit: Lawyers representing those injured or bereaved by the jabs said the compensation scheme was ‘no longer fit for purpose’

YouTube also comes under scrutiny for attempting to censor videos related to the Covid Inquiry and vaccine injuries. Molly Kingsley, co-founder of Us4Them, criticizes the restrictions imposed by social media platforms as ‘Orwellian.’ AstraZeneca responds, emphasizing patient safety as a priority and citing regulatory approval for Vaxzevria based on safety and efficacy. The article highlights the growing challenges vaccine-injured individuals face in sharing their experiences and seeking support in an environment where social media platforms grapple with content moderation and censorship.

Photo credit: Researchers tasked with investigating the adverse reaction believe it occurs due to the modified cold virus lurking in the jab acting like a magnet to a type of protein in the blood called platelet factor 4

As stories of vaccine injuries unfold, the battle against both physical health struggles and the obstacles posed by censorship continues. The emotionally charged narrative underscores the importance of open dialogue, transparency, and the need for platforms to strike a delicate balance between information dissemination and content regulation. The individuals navigating these challenges emerge as resilient voices, determined to share their experiences, despite facing formidable barriers in the digital landscape.

Photo credit: Rare (approximately one in 1,000) issues include facial drooping on one side. Very rare (one in 10,000) side effects can see people paralysed
Photo credit: Common side effects, which health bosses say can affect more than 10 per cent of recipients, include fatigue, ‘flu-like’ symptoms, and pain in the arms or legs. Stomach pain, a rash and excessive sweating were uncommon, strikes roughly one in 100 people who get vaccinated
Photo credit: A father of two is in the process of suing the pharmaceutical giant at the High Court in London over the injury, while the widower of a woman who died from the jab has also brought a claim to the court. Pictured: Doses of the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine