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Hundreds of accounts of adverse reactions among the French

Source: Essentiel.news, originally published May 22nd, 2024, updated May 30th, 2024

Victims of the Covid-19 Vaccine

The French website ‘Victimes Vaccins Covid-19’ (VVC-19), launched last year to help victims of the jab and to publish their testimonials, is becoming a leading site.

The website’s primary objective is to gather testimonies from victims of the jab. The number of testimonials has risen fivefold in less than a year: from 103 in July 2023 to 531 today. Classified by type of symptom, these short videos in French enable other victims of the “vaccine” to find accounts that corroborate their own experience.

Glad though we are that the victims of the Covid jabs are able to find resources and ways of communicating and helping one other, it is nonetheless deplorable that these victims exist at all; in an ideal world, there should never have been a need for any such website.

Six-step user guide

The introductory video, entitled “I think I have adverse reactions to a covid-19 vaccine: user guide”, explains what action victims can take. In six steps:

1. Find a practitioner who does not rule out the possibility of an adverse reactions to a Covid-19 “vaccine” to avoid doctor hopping. The video references the Covisoins.fr website for this.

2. Join a victim group. The video references the groups Verity France, Où est mon cycle, AAVIC Team (tinnitus and other hearing issues), and the Telegram messaging group Témoignages Vaccin Covid.

3. Report adverse reactions. The video states that if the health practitioner has not communicated the adverse reaction personally, the patient can do so. It goes on to cite a number of resources where help can be found: the Liberté Santé union, a government website, and a list of regional pharmacovigilance centres.

4. Bear witness. The video states that the more testimonies there are, the more victims will be recognised, and the better the medical treatment will be. It goes on to explain that there are several ways of doing this, in decreasing order of impact: via a face-reveal video, via an anonymous video, or in writing. It suggests that testimonies be made either to the individual’s victim group, or to the VVC-19 website itself via the email address vvc19@protonmail.com, or on social media networks.

5. Mobilise justice. The video explains that acting through groups, or groups acting together, is the most effective approach. It urges victims to gather as much medical evidence as possible, and lists the contact details of lawyers and legal associations: BonSens.org (with Professor Christian Perronne), the association Je ne suis pas un danger, and David Guyon.

6. Join one or more victim support associations. The video cites Solidekla, Verity France and REVAV. The VVC-19 website has a directory to find help and is accessible via apreslevaccin.fr.

The video ends on an encouraging note, reminding victims that they are not alone.


In the face of the legacy media’s omertà on the subject of adverse reactions to Covid jabs, a censorship that we have discussed at length on Essentiel News, the VVC-19 site represents a vital resource for victims.

The help provided is not only practical, on what treatment and action to take, but is also psychological, as it enables victims to break out of their isolation and overcome the gaslighting of which the public authorities and the journalists who serve them are guilty. The present-day traditional media, whether “public” or otherwise subsidised, operate within the conventional framework of sensational journalism and grey propaganda, and bear primary responsibility for the Covid ‘vaccine’ fiasco.

If these journalists had not abdicated their responsibility long ago, and if they had followed the code of ethics governing our profession, a site such as VVC-19 would never have been necessary.

Similar initiatives

Individual initiatives that are both free and independent are a source of truth and justice; this is true in all areas of life, and the issue of vaccine adverse reactions is an excellent example.

The VVC-19 initiative of gathering testimonies is reminiscent of the ‘Vaxxed Stories’, a collection of hundreds of testimonies in English on the adverse reactions to other vaccines, which were hugely successful before being censored on Youtube, but are still available on the video site of Children’s Health Defense Europe.

This collection of testimonies was produced in the wake of Dr Andrew Wakefield’s film ‘Vaxxed’, which was falsely described as “conspiratorial” by mainstream writers. Thanks to the courage of Michèle Rivasi, the film was due to be shown in the European Parliament in February 2017, but British MEPs managed to get it banned. It was subsequently screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017, and has gained wide reach in the United States, Europe and China.

The sequel to the film, Vaxxed 2, released in 2019, was co-produced by Robert Francis Kennedy Jr., who is currently standing as a candidate in the US presidential elections.

To find out more

Discover the VVC-19 website at vvc19.fr. The organisation also has content on a number of social media networks: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Telegram, Odysee, and Crowdbunker.

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