The merrits of such a barrage of refrences are questionable. Surely most people will be put off by the sheer volume of information and thus not follow up on any of it. Another problem is that 'inconvenient' information is being silenced and censored: References are disappearing. I think what we really need is a synopsis and discussin of pertinent highlights.
I do agree the public needs to be aware of what the issues are with the covid vaccine. Only then can make an informed decision about the risk we take and there have been reports of anafilactic shock, permanent injury ans even death resulting from the innoculation.
Our government ought to justify their handling of the situation and ensure it is in the interests of the general public, rather than political agenda (such as the great reset).
I myself tried challenging a government health minister who was scoffing and sneering in arrogance on xer Twitter at mathematicians.
IMHO she fails to appreciate the crucial role that statistics play in medicine: It's how we establish the efficacy of medication.
These are my screen shots of our discussion. She flippantly dismisses justifiable concerns and offers only unsubstantiated opinion.