Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack

The Alexander News Network by Dr. Paul Elias Alexander focuses on criticizing the global response to COVID-19, questioning the efficacy and safety of mRNA vaccines, advocating for natural and innate immunity, and condemning lockdowns, mask mandates, and vaccine mandates. It also highlights perceived failures in government and public health policies.

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1277 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Dr. Yeadon points out potential toxicity mechanisms in COVID vaccines based on his toxicology expertise and industry experience.
  2. Different mechanisms of toxicity in COVID vaccines were identified, which wouldn't be overlooked in typical drug development processes.
  3. Open letter to the European Medicines Agency highlighted concerns about potential harms from mass vaccine administration, with subsequent validations.
1592 implied HN points β€’ 09 Feb 24
  1. Putin loves Russia like Trump loves America; Russia is not our enemy.
  2. Both Putin and Tucker advocate for secure borders.
  3. Discussions around Ukraine and bioresearch facilities involve prominent figures like Hunter Biden, Jeffrey Epstein, and others.
1474 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. Putin is considered to be much more intellectually capable than President Joe Biden.
  2. Putin is portrayed as having a strong love for his nation, flag, border, and history.
  3. The post questions the notion of Russia allowing Ukraine to join NATO, drawing parallels to how America would react in a similar scenario.
1395 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. Moderna & Pfizer vaccines were planned before trials with knowledge of potential dangers of mRNA technology with lipid-nano particles
  2. Multiple Moderna vaccine doses were known to be risky and dangerous by Bancel, the CEO of Moderna
  3. The creators of mRNA technology and vaccines like Malone, Bancel, Weissman, and Kariko should be held accountable in court for potential harm and deception
1867 implied HN points β€’ 07 Feb 24
  1. Several prominent politicians had children working for Ukrainian gas companies.
  2. The article questions the relationships between Ukrainian businesses and American politicians' families.
  3. Assertions of a corrupt money laundering scheme involving individuals from both Republican and Democratic parties.
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2496 implied HN points β€’ 03 Feb 24
  1. The claim is made that there was no global pandemic of COVID-19, and that the response to it was more harmful than the virus itself.
  2. The message asserts that the deaths seen during the pandemic were not due to the virus, but rather from medical treatment and management.
  3. There is skepticism around the idea of asymptomatic spread of the virus, and a strong belief that the response to the pandemic was driven by false information and lies.
1415 implied HN points β€’ 09 Feb 24
  1. Medical doctors are being blamed for causing harm by refusing to help patients and promoting the COVID-19 pandemic, lockdowns, and mRNA vaccines.
  2. There are accusations that medical doctors are pretending to be saviors on stage, but are actually contributing to crises and not offering real solutions.
  3. Some doctors are being criticized for prioritizing their own interests over patient well-being and safety, leading to tragic consequences.
1139 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. There are concerns about menstrual irregularities and heavy bleeding in women due to exposure to vaccinated individuals, particularly with mRNA COVID shots.
  2. Questions are raised about the impact of COVID mRNA shedding on pregnant women and developing babies, with a call for more research and considerations of risks.
  3. The responsibility of mRNA technology inventors and vaccine makers to consider the effects on pregnant women and babies in utero, especially in relation to the composition and potential shedding of lipid nanoparticles.
1061 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Pregnant women were not included in Pfizer or Moderna trials, so data cannot be applied to them, making it unprecedented to administer investigational products to pregnant women.
  2. Giving mRNA vaccines to pregnant women without study data was seen as a criminal act by some due to lack of evidence and potential risks.
  3. Questions arise about the long-term effects on babies born to mothers who received the shots, prompting concerns about follow-up protocols and implications.
1179 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. Biden's presidency is seen as over due to concerns about his mental decline and potential threats from enemies.
  2. There are worries about Vice President Harris not being well-liked among Democrats and the challenge of keeping Biden in office.
  3. Calls are made for humane treatment and the idea that a leader unable to stand trial due to senility should not be President.
1041 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Obama is described as serving his third term as POTUS, with the claim that he actually runs America.
  2. The text suggests that if Biden could have run for a second term and won, it would effectively be Obama's fourth term, insinuating a prolonged influence.
  3. The post seems to imply a significant political impact from Obama, positioning him as a powerful figure in American politics even beyond his presidency.
1218 implied HN points β€’ 09 Feb 24
  1. The post discusses a speech where Trump was allegedly distracted and did not hear certain critical information.
  2. There is mention of individuals profiting from unnecessary vaccines and misleading information.
  3. The text refers to a group named SAGE HANA, with mixed opinions on their credibility.
982 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. The study shows evidence of transplacental transmission of COVID vaccine mRNA, impacting the baby in utero.
  2. The study suggests the COVID mRNA vaccine may cross the blood-milk barrier and reach the fetus following maternal vaccination.
  3. The vaccine mRNA was detected in placentas, maternal blood, and cord blood, raising concerns about the impact on pregnant women and infants.
1002 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. There are different opinions on public figures like Robert Kennedy Jr., with some believing he aims for truth and honesty while facing limitations, and others being skeptical of his intentions
  2. Dr. Paul Alexander expresses frustration when individuals are not allowed to speak freely, implying constraints faced by those in the public eye can hinder honest communication
  3. The importance of questioning scientific research and remaining vigilant about potential falsifications, as raised by Sage Hana in their post
884 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. There is an effort to nullify voices of scientists and doctors who oppose mRNA technology and vaccines, attempting to make them change their stance.
  2. Insiders are suggesting a move to persuade high-ranking anti-mRNA voices to soften their language and reports to prepare the public for acceptance of mRNA technology.
  3. Be cautious of potential infiltration by individuals admired and followed in the areas of mRNA technology and vaccines, as there may be attempts to misdirect and sway public opinion.
1061 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. During 2021, there was a significant loss of over 1 million elderly adults in America, most of whom were already vaccinated with mRNA vaccines.
  2. Contrary to the prior belief, data reveals that the elderly population did not experience negative impacts from COVID-19 before the vaccine rollout and, in fact, grew to their highest numbers.
  3. The COVID-19 mRNA vaccine rollout in 2021 had a devastating impact on the elderly population, with over 95% of the elderly getting fully vaccinated and experiencing a record high number of deaths.
864 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Pregnant women were not included in the registrational Moderna & Pfizer mRNA vaccine studies, leading to a lack of understanding on how the vaccine components like mRNA and spike protein could affect them and the fetus.
  2. The absence of data on how the mRNA vaccine would impact pregnant women raised concerns about long-term effects on reproductive systems, menstrual cycles, and potential harm to babies in utero
  3. There are questions surrounding why pregnant women were not protected from untested products and the potential risks associated with mRNA vaccines crossing the placenta and impacting babies.
943 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. Strong opposition to amnesty and forgiveness for those involved in the COVID-19 pandemic fraud and abuse of the elderly.
  2. Criticism towards individuals who developed mRNA technology and COVID gene injections, branding them as murderers and money-driven.
  3. Call for accountability through judicial processes for all involved in the alleged COVID-19 crimes, including medical professionals.
766 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Moderna is planning a new COVID campaign starting in April 2025, with employees asked to donate blood for experiments and given $75 gift cards in exchange.
  2. Both Pfizer and Moderna are facing challenges in their COVID vaccine sales, with Moderna expecting a low point in sales in 2024.
  3. Speculations suggest that Moderna's production might increase in 2025 due to potential election-related narratives, shutdown possibilities for Pfizer, and government planning around COVID variants and public fear.
923 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. Prosecutors did not find criminal charges warranted regarding President Biden's handling of classified documents.
  2. The report highlights concerns about Biden's memory and cognitive abilities.
  3. The post questions Biden's ability to remain as POTUS due to alleged senility and dementia.
1395 implied HN points β€’ 05 Feb 24
  1. Sedation of elderly patients with toxic drugs can worsen their breathing and health.
  2. Some medical professionals neglected and mistreated elderly patients during the COVID-19 crisis.
  3. It's important to have an emergency preparedness kit with essential medications.
786 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. The author is grateful for support and offers a free subscription but also suggests a paid option for $29 a year.
  2. The author values critical thinkers and encourages sharing the subscription with others.
  3. The subscription model consists of free and paid options for readers to choose from.
766 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. China is considered the main adversary, not Russia, in the quest for global dominance
  2. The focus on monitoring China is highlighted as a significant strategic priority
  3. The book by James Fanell, Bradley Thayer, and Stephen K Bannon emphasizes the threat posed by China
1041 implied HN points β€’ 08 Feb 24
  1. Karen Kingston is questioning the integrity of Pfizer's CEO regarding mRNA injections.
  2. Paul Elias Alexander discusses the potential dangers of Pfizer's mRNA gene editing injections.
  3. There may be legal action from Malone against Kingston for her statements on mRNA work.
668 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Some believe that there is a stealth invasion happening at the U.S. southern border with the influx of Chinese nationals, and this issue is gaining mainstream media attention.
  2. There are concerns about the potential threat posed by individuals entering the U.S., especially if they are of military age and come from regions with anti-American sentiments.
  3. There are warnings and calls for preparation for potential conflict from national leaders across the globe, but a lack of such alerts in the U.S. prompts questions about readiness in the face of perceived threats.
884 implied HN points β€’ 09 Feb 24
  1. Vladimir Putin discussed the history of Russia and Ukraine, explaining NATO's expansion and its relation to Bill Clinton.
  2. Concerns were raised about the conflict triggered in Ukraine and the potential for a peaceful resolution.
  3. The interview touched on topics such as communications with the US, Zelensky's power, Elon Musk, AI, and an imprisoned American journalist.
628 implied HN points β€’ 12 Feb 24
  1. Vaccine mRNA doesn't stay at the injection site but can spread to placenta and umbilical cord blood, which may have biological benefits but also risks for the fetus.
  2. Research shows that COVID vaccine content can affect babies in the womb, highlighting the lack of information from vaccine makers in studies involving pregnant women.
  3. The study underlines the importance of providing critical information for pregnant women to make informed decisions regarding COVID vaccination.
727 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. Questions are raised on how medical professionals allowed the approval of untested mRNA technology for Covid vaccines, prompting a need to investigate incentives and motives of key figures.
  2. Concerns are voiced about the silence regarding potential risks and long-term effects of mRNA vaccines communicated by medical doctors and scientists like Malone, Bourla, Weissman, and Kariko.
  3. Criticism is directed towards media outlets and organizations for not holding key players accountable and failing to ask important questions about the safety and efficacy of Covid vaccines.
1375 implied HN points β€’ 03 Feb 24
  1. In 2020, the number 33 was repeatedly mentioned in Covid announcements worldwide, potentially as a signal to intelligence agencies.
  2. The use of the number 33 could have indicated that the Covid bioweapon attack was underway and reaching planned milestones.
  3. The significance of the number 33 in various viral outbreaks hints at potential engineered outbreaks by the same entities behind the Covid operation.
2004 implied HN points β€’ 29 Jan 24
  1. Urgent call to rewrite the abstract of a paper on Cureus due to concerns about the language used and safety of mRNA technology.
  2. Questioning the necessity of safety studies for vaccines that are already known to be harmful.
  3. Critique of 'modified mRNA' technology and urging for clear, direct communication about the risks.
825 implied HN points β€’ 09 Feb 24
  1. Biden's press conference tried to counter claims of diminished capacity, but his use of a teleprompter and planted questions raised concerns about his mental state.
  2. Observations pointed to signs of dementia and senility in President Biden, with difficulties walking off stage, leading to concerns about national vulnerability.
  3. The simulationcommander's analysis suggests that Biden's public appearance may have revealed serious cognitive issues, which could be exploited by adversaries.
864 implied HN points β€’ 08 Feb 24
  1. Dr. McCullough warns of a global power grab with a potential one-world government.
  2. Concerns raised about the financial interests driving the push for vaccines and bioweapons.
  3. Potential manipulation of crises like Disease X for control by big pharma and globalists.
825 implied HN points β€’ 09 Feb 24
  1. Vaccines were produced and shipped daily for all candidates simultaneously, regardless of how the trials were progressing. The goal was to have vaccines ready for distribution immediately after receiving emergency use authorization (EUA).
  2. There were allegations of political interference in the EUA process by FDA officials, with the decision to delay authorization seen as a move to prevent Trump from claiming credit before the election.
  3. Operation Warp Speed (OWS) was described as a military operation with significant control over the vaccine development process. There are strong opinions about holding responsible parties accountable for any negative outcomes through legal proceedings.
1631 implied HN points β€’ 01 Feb 24
  1. Questioning Travis Kelce's actions during the national anthem.
  2. Criticism of Kelce endorsing the Pfizer mRNA vaccine.
  3. Speculating on the responsibility of Kelce and others for deaths related to the vaccine.
746 implied HN points β€’ 09 Feb 24
  1. POTUS Trump's initial instincts were that COVID-19 was 'nothing' and manageable, but something drastically changed his perspective within a span of 2 days.
  2. There was a significant shift in Trump's approach from downplaying COVID-19 to using the full federal government to implement lockdown measures, raising questions on what led to this sudden change.
  3. The timeline of March 9th to March 11th, 2020 highlights a pivotal moment where Trump's perceptions and actions concerning COVID-19 underwent a notable transformation.
1474 implied HN points β€’ 02 Feb 24
  1. Canadian and US truckers were seen as the main sacrificers and freedom fighters in a larger context of societal harm.
  2. There is a contrast drawn between the actions of truckers and those of doctors, scientists, and governments.
  3. Truckers stood up in response to perceived harm to the public while other groups were depicted as exploiting the situation.