Nicely, the COVID jab pushers have needed to resort to all types of obfuscation to cover the truth that the injections do not work, and now they’re actually scraping the underside of the barrel of excuses. Based on a current Reuters report,1 “Elevated contact amongst vaccinated folks may give the misunderstanding that COVID-19 vaccines usually are not working.”
This irrational rationalization has been levied in response to research displaying COVID-jabbed people are getting contaminated at larger charges than the unjabbed, and there are various such research.
“These research are more likely to contain statistical errors, notably if they didn’t account for various contact patterns amongst vaccinated versus unvaccinated folks,” Korryn Bodner, a analysis affiliate in infectious illness modeling in Toronto, instructed Reuters. Bodner is the primary creator of a preprint examine2 posted on medRxiv on the finish of April 2022.
Are the Jabbed Extra Carefree Than the Unvaxxed?
Bodner’s declare is that those that acquired the jab could also be extra more likely to throw warning to the wind and mingle with others, therefore getting contaminated extra ceaselessly, whereas the unjabbed could also be extra cautious as a result of they know they’re weak. This rationale is doubtful at finest, contemplating:
a) The unvaccinated have constantly been accused of not taking COVID significantly and going about their lives as regular
b) Those that have taken the jab are, by and huge, a much more fearful lot; they have a tendency to take heed to the “authorities” and take all of their recommendation to coronary heart, which would come with avoiding giant gatherings and shut one-on-one interactions with out carrying a face masks
Try the next story, reported by Anchorage Each day Information:3
“Arianne Bennett recalled her husband, Scott Bennett, saying, ‘However I am vaxxed. However I am vaxxed,’ from the Washington hospital mattress the place he struggled to combat off COVID-19 this winter … Bennett went to get his booster in early December after returning to Washington from a lodge he owned within the Poconos, the place he and his spouse hunkered down for fall.
Just some days after his shot, Bennett started experiencing COVID-19 signs, which means he was in all probability uncovered earlier than the additional dose of immunity may kick in. His spouse suspects he was contaminated at a dinner the place he and his server have been unmasked at instances …
‘He was completely shocked. He didn’t anticipate to be sick. He actually thought he was protected,’ Arianne Bennett recalled. ‘And I am like, ‘However child, you have to put on the masks on a regular basis. On a regular basis. Up over your nostril.'”
Inside days of his third dose, he acquired a severe case of COVID. But they blame it on hypothetical publicity to an apparently wholesome meals server. This sort of irrational reasoning is prevalent amongst those that acquired the jabs and who maintain going again for extra as they’re a part of the 30% of the inhabitants which have been fully brainwashed.
To reiterate what I’ve defined since 2020, asymptomatic unfold is more likely to be so uncommon as to be nonexistent.4 It was a lie perpetuated to drive up concern and prop up rising “case” charges that did not actually exist. It is fundamental virology that you just can’t transmit a virus except you’ve a “scorching” an infection, and you probably have an energetic, transmissible an infection, you’ve signs. The signs are an indication that your physique’s defenses are kicking in to rid itself of the stay virus.
No signs, no transmission. So, except the server was feeling sick and went to work anyway, the best rationalization for Bennett’s demise was the shot itself. And if the server was sick, the truth that Bennett acquired so in poor health suggests the shot is ineffective, even at two doses.
The professional-pharma shills need you to consider there are such a lot of confounding variables, we will not presumably draw any conclusions from information displaying the photographs do not work. But information from a large spectrum of sources, all present the identical alarming developments. What “confounding issue” may presumably account for ALL of them being misinterpreted?
An Unproven Speculation
Reuters5 does word that Bodner’s simulations “don’t show that this sort of bias affected research of vaccine effectiveness versus the Omicron variant.” What it does present, based on Bodner, is that “even when vaccines work, elevated contact amongst vaccinated individuals can result in the looks of the vaccine not working.”
In different phrases, this can be a speculation that has but to be confirmed. Her modeling suggests it COULD make the jabs seem ineffective IF those that acquired the jab truly behave very in another way from the unjabbed.
However once more, it is extremely unlikely that the unvaccinated are avoiding publicity by steering away from shut contacts and crowds to a higher diploma than those that acquired the jab. It is extra cheap to suspect that the photographs do not work.
On a facet word, Bodner’s examine was funded by the Canada COVID-19 Immunity Activity Pressure.6 This process power is housed at McGill College in Montreal, Canada, and McGill College is a long-term recipient of grants from the Invoice & Melinda Gates Basis.7,8,9,10
What Do the Knowledge Say About COVID Jab Effectiveness?
Based mostly on information from world wide, it appears clear that the COVID gene switch injections usually are not working. In reality, they’re having the other impact of what you’d anticipate from an actual vaccine. Based on a Washington Put up evaluation of state and federal information,11 in September 2021, when Delta was most distinguished, 23% of those that died from COVID within the U.S. had acquired the jab.
In January and February 2022, when Omicron began dominating, that proportion jumped to 42%. In December 2021 and January 2022, slightly below half of all of the COVID sufferers in intensive care at Kaiser Permanente’s hospital system in Northern California had additionally acquired a number of photographs.12
Many argue that Omicron was extra contagious than Delta, therefore the upper dying toll. However Omicron was additionally far milder than Delta, so why would the jabbed die at the next fee from a much less deadly variant than a extra deadly one?
One try at an evidence is that the fatalities at the moment are occurring primarily among the many aged. Practically two-thirds of those that died from COVID in the course of the Omicron wave have been 75 and older. In the course of the Delta wave, 75-year-olds and older accounted for simply one-third of the deaths.13
However that was the case from the start, and it nonetheless would not reply the query: Why would outdated folks be extra more likely to die from a milder virus than a extra severe one? To reply that query, the injection pushers revert again to the argument of waning efficiency. Two-thirds of those that died in January and February 2022 didn’t have a booster shot. Based on Anchorage Each day Information:14
“Consultants say the rising variety of vaccinated folks dying mustn’t trigger panic in those that acquired photographs, the overwhelming majority of whom will survive infections. As an alternative, they are saying, these deaths function a reminder that vaccines usually are not foolproof and that these in high-risk teams ought to think about getting boosted and taking further precautions throughout surges.”
So, in different phrases, the jab solely works for a handful of months, after which you must take one other. And one other. And one other. Based on the U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention,15 the primary two doses put on off after 5 months, necessitating a 3rd dose, and the third dose wears off in simply 4 months, at which period you are purported to get dose No. 4.
Israeli information16 present the effectiveness of shot No. 4 in stopping extreme illness declines by 56% in simply seven weeks. So, it seems the safety you get from the photographs retains getting shorter with every dose. In the meantime, information present the photographs can render you more and more inclined to all method of an infection and illness, by way of all kinds of mechanisms.
Moderna Trial Knowledge Reveal Repeated Infections Are Doubtless
Amongst such information is a preprint examine17 posted on medRxiv April 19, 2022, which discovered grownup members in Moderna’s COVID jab trial who acquired the actual injection, and later acquired a breakthrough an infection, didn’t generate antibodies towards the nucleocapsid — a key element of the virus — as ceaselessly as did these within the placebo arm.
Curiously, placebo recipients produced anti-nucleocapsid antibodies twice as usually as those that acquired the Moderna shot, and their anti-nucleocapsid response was bigger whatever the viral load. Because of this diminished antibody response, those that acquired the jab could also be extra susceptible to repeated COVID infections. As reported by The Defender:18
“[T]he authors discovered that utilizing the presence of anti-nucleocapsid (anti-N) antibodies to find out whether or not an individual was uncovered to SARS-CoV-2 will miss some infections. Thus, the sensitivity of this sort of take a look at, when utilized to vaccinated people, shouldn’t be preferrred.
Nevertheless, there are extra necessary implications19,20 of those findings … Particularly, the examine implies that the diminished means of a vaccinated particular person to provide antibodies to different parts of the virus might result in a higher threat of future infections within the vaccinated in comparison with the unvaccinated.
You will need to word that this isn’t simply one other argument for the prevalence of pure immunity. Fairly, that is proof suggesting that even after a vaccinated particular person has a breakthrough an infection, that particular person nonetheless doesn’t purchase the identical degree of safety towards subsequent exposures that an unvaccinated particular person acquires.
It is a troubling discovering, and one thing investigators conducting the Moderna vaccine trial probably knew in 2020.”
UK Knowledge Affirm Outcomes
These findings are corroborated by information from the U.Okay. Well being Safety Company. It publishes weekly COVID-19 vaccine surveillance information, together with anti-nucleocapsid antibody ranges. The report21 for Week 13, issued March 31, 2022, exhibits that COVID-jabbed people with breakthrough infections have decrease ranges of those antibodies — a discovering they attributed to the protecting good thing about the shot:
“These decrease anti N responses in people with breakthrough infections (post-vaccination) in comparison with major infections probably mirror the shorter and milder infections in these sufferers.”
Nevertheless, this interpretation is probably going flawed, as a result of much less extreme an infection is related to decrease viral load, and because the examine above demonstrated, the “vaccinated” have decrease anti-nucleocapsid antibody ranges than the unvaccinated in any respect viral load ranges, however particularly so on the lowest viral hundreds. As famous by The Defender:22
“This is likely one of the most vital findings of the examine as a result of it overturns the heretofore unchallenged concept that decreased seroconversion within the vaccinated is because of much less extreme an infection on this inhabitants — which is a profit offered by the vaccine.
Nevertheless, this new examine exhibits that even at low viral hundreds, the unvaccinated usually tend to seroconvert than those that are vaccinated. In reality, the distinction in seroconversion charges is the best at lowest viral hundreds. The lower in conversion charges shouldn’t be a results of a profit from the vaccine. It’s a consequence of it.”
Boosted Now Have Three to 4 Instances Larger Case Charges
The Defender additionally evaluations different U.Okay. information displaying the COVID case fee is three to 4 instances larger amongst those that have acquired a booster shot, in comparison with the unvaccinated. That is true for all age teams apart from kids underneath 18:23
“What may clarify such a big enhance in an infection charges among the many boosted? Curiously, the authors … warn that the unvaccinated might have contracted COVID-19 previous to the remark interval — in different phrases, they might have acquired pure immunity beforehand, giving them added safety …
However their very own information tells the other story. The boosted usually tend to contract the illness — by an element of three to 4. How do we all know whether or not the bigger an infection charges within the boosted are as a result of extra sturdy immunity within the unvaccinated due to prior an infection or as a result of an immune deficiency within the boosted?
The query may be definitively answered by analyzing the development of an infection charges [using] … the equal desk from two months earlier. There’s nonetheless a higher an infection fee among the many boosted, however it’s only two to 3 instances larger. If the authors’ speculation was appropriate, the more moderen information ought to have proven much less of a distinction, no more.
If something, their information help the discovering that the decreased seroconversion charges within the vaccinated could also be inflicting a higher threat of repeated infections.”
Knowledge from the pharmacy chain Walgreens within the U.S. additionally reveal the identical development — COVID-jabbed people are testing optimistic for COVID at larger charges than the unjabbed, and those that acquired their final shot 5 months or extra in the past have the very best threat.
As you may see within the screenshot from Walgreens’ COVID-19 tracker24 under, in the course of the week of Could 9 by way of 15, 2022, 21.4% of unvaccinated people who acquired examined for COVID acquired a optimistic outcome. Of those that had gotten only one COVID shot, the positivity fee was 26.3%.
Of those that acquired two doses 5 months or extra in the past, 31.3% examined optimistic, and of those that acquired a 3rd dose 5 months or extra in the past, the optimistic fee was 32.7%. So, after the primary booster shot (the third dose), persons are at best threat of testing optimistic for COVID.
Extra Jabs, Extra COVID Deaths
Maybe most annoying of all are the info displaying the COVID photographs are elevating mortality charges, each from COVID and different causes. Above is an animated illustration25 sourced from Our World In Knowledge, first displaying the vaccination charges of South America, North America, Europe and Africa, from mid-December 2020 by way of the third week of April 2022, adopted by the cumulative confirmed COVID deaths per million in these international locations throughout that very same timeframe.
Africa has had a persistently low vaccination fee all through, whereas North America, Europe and South America all have had quickly rising vaccination charges. Africa has additionally had a persistently low COVID mortality fee, though a slight rise started round September 2021. Nonetheless, it is nowhere close to the COVID dying charges of North America, South America and Europe, all of which noticed dramatic will increase.
This is one other one,26 additionally sourced from Our World In Knowledge, first displaying the surplus dying fee within the U.S. (the cumulative variety of deaths from all causes in comparison with projections primarily based on earlier years), between January 26, 2020, and January 30, 2022, adopted by an illustration of the tandem rise of vaccine doses administered and the surplus mortality fee. It clearly exhibits that as vaccination charges rose, so did extra mortality.
We additionally take pleasure in multiple risk-benefit evaluation, and all present that, with only a few exceptions, the COVID jabs do extra hurt than good. A risk-benefit evaluation27 by Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., and unbiased researcher Kathy Dopp, revealed in mid-February 2022, concluded that the COVID jab is deadlier than COVID-19 itself for anybody underneath the age of 80.
One other evaluation,28 which relied on information within the U.S. Vaccine Opposed Occasions Reporting System (VAERS), concluded that in these underneath age 18, the photographs solely enhance the chance of dying from COVID, and there isn’t any level at which the shot can forestall a single COVID dying, regardless of what number of are vaccinated.
For those who’re underneath 18, you are a surprising 51 instances extra more likely to die from the jab than you’re to die from COVID if not vaccinated. Within the 18 to 29 age vary, the shot will kill 16 for each particular person it saves from dying from COVID, and within the 30 to 39 age vary, the anticipated variety of vaccine fatalities to forestall a single COVID dying is 15. Solely if you get into the 60 and older classes do the dangers between the jab and COVID an infection even out.
A 3rd risk-benefit evaluation by researchers in Germany and The Netherlands was revealed in June 2021, within the journal Vaccines.29 The paper precipitated such an uproar, a part of the editorial board resigned in protest.30 The journal retracted the paper, however after a radical re-review, it was republished within the August 2021 problem of Science, Public Well being Coverage and the Legislation.31
These researchers concluded that, “as we vaccinate 100 000 individuals, we’d save 5 lives however threat two to 4 deaths.”32 A fourth, nonetheless preliminary, evaluation — primarily based on greater than 1,700 dying experiences collected by Steve Kirsch — exhibits the photographs do extra hurt than good in anybody underneath age 60. Kirsch writes:33
“Determine 1 under is an evaluation of survey information I collected. The evaluation exhibits that the vaccines are dangerous to these underneath 60. The pink dots larger than the error bar means extra vaccinated folks noticed useless than anticipated primarily based on the inhabitants of vaccinated to all folks.
In different phrases, if we vaccinated 60% of individuals (center of the gray bar) and 70% (pink dot) of the deaths are vaccinated, we’ve got a significant issue. The precautionary precept of drugs suggests if you’re underneath 60 and considering of taking a vaccine, you should not. These preliminary outcomes are each statistically important …
The conclusion could be very clear: no one underneath 60 years outdated ought to get the vaccine as a result of there isn’t any proof of a profit. In reality, if you’re between 40-60, it is clear that vaccination makes it extra probably you may die, not much less probably.”
Whereas some analyses current a direr image than others, taken collectively, it is clear that there seems to be no long run advantages to the COVID jabs. We’re persistently ending up with the next value than can conceivably be thought of cheap. The professional-pharma facet will probably proceed to lob flimsy excuses on the information, however sooner or later, the reality can be so clear that even the blind will see it. Till that day, proceed to tell your self and share what you discover.