Consider it or not, we’re now on the level the place even mainstream media are reporting that COVID-19 is extra prevalent among the many boosted, in comparison with those that give up after the preliminary collection. That doesn’t imply that sanity is returning; it’s simply attention-grabbing that they’re not in a position to ignore it fully, though their efforts to rationalize it teeter on the verge of lunacy. June 6, 2022, CBS Information reported:1
“As COVID-19 instances started to speed up once more this spring, federal knowledge suggests the speed of breakthrough COVID infections in April was worse in boosted People in comparison with unboosted People …
In the meantime, federal officers are additionally making ready for key choices on future COVID-19 vaccine photographs … Within the brief time period, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky just lately instructed reporters that her company was in talks with the Meals and Drug Administration about extending the choice for second boosters to extra adults.”
If Walensky’s logic makes your mind really feel prefer it’s been beat with a meat mallet, you’re not alone. It’s so past irrational as to be inexplicable. If boosters make you extra susceptible to an infection, is giving boosters to extra folks actually the prudent reply?
Three Doses Makes You Extra An infection-Susceptible Than Two
Total, knowledge from the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention’s new COVID dashboard2 present boosted People are catching COVID at almost twice the speed of the unboosted — a statistic John Moore, professor of microbiology and immunology at Weill Cornell Medical Faculty, attributes to the boosted feeling “extra protected than they really are,” and due to this fact taking fewer precautions.3
Contemplating we all know that masks, social distancing and lockdowns don’t work to stop an infection unfold, Moore’s clarification is flimsy at finest. It’s way more affordable to conclude that the COVID injections are the issue.
In line with the CDC, the unvaccinated nonetheless account for a majority of constructive COVID checks, at a charge of 188.2 per 100,000 as of April 23, 2022. These with a major collection plus one or two booster photographs are catching the an infection at a charge of 119.94 per 100,000, whereas these with the first collection clock in at a charge of 56.44 per 100,000.
In fact, CBS is cautious to notice that “The brand new knowledge don’t imply booster photographs are someway rising the danger” of COVID, however reasonably that “the shift underscores the rising complexity of measuring vaccine effectiveness at this stage of the pandemic.”4
CBS additionally misleadingly claims that whereas the boosted have greater than double the speed of infections of the unboosted, it’s nonetheless “however a fraction of the degrees amongst unvaccinated People.” Nonetheless, 120 (rounded up from 119.94) is hardly “however a fraction” of 188. At 64% of the unvaccinated charge, utilizing the time period “a fraction of” looks as if an intentional try to downplay simply how frequent COVID is getting among the many boosted.
COVID Jab Additionally Causes Repeat Reinfections
In associated information, Pfizer’s pediatric trial reveals the photographs increase reasonably than decrease the danger of reinfection (which means catching COVID greater than as soon as).
In his Substack article,5 “Lastly Confirmed: Pfizer Vaccine Causes COVID Reinfection, Disables Pure Immunity,” Igor Chudov — a businessman and mathematician6 — factors to the black-and-white knowledge on web page 38 of the documentation7 submitted to the FDA for its COVID jab Emergency Use Authorization request to be used in kids 6 months by 4 years of age. Right here’s a display shot with Chudov’s markings and notes:
In all, 12 of the kids in Pfizer’s trial have been recognized with COVID twice inside the follow-up interval, which ranged from one to 4 months. Of these, 11 had acquired two or three jabs; just one baby within the placebo (unvaccinated) group received COVID twice.
“So, what brought about vaccinated kids to develop a disproportionate quantity of repeat infections? The vaccine, in fact. It’s a randomized managed trial, in any case,” Chudov writes.8
“Because of Pfizer, we lastly know that COVID reinfections are actual and that their vaccine causes them by disabling pure immunity. Just a little caveat is that Pfizer made the trial purposely difficult (as a result of it’s a resuscitated FAILED trial the place they added yet another booster dose and extra youngsters).
Pfizer vaccinated the management group. This complication considerably impacts the 6-23-month age class, however nonetheless exhibits apparent vaccine failure. The two-4-year-old group is far easier: all reinfections occurred within the vaccinated individuals, 5 of six have been from the first-vaccinated group.
‘All of those individuals acquired 3 doses of assigned research intervention, aside from one participant … who acquired two doses.’ We’ve a smoking gun that reinfections are vaccine pushed.”
This post-jab reinfection anomaly has additionally been harassed by Dr. Clare Craig, a diagnostic pathologist,9 who reviewed a few of the most damning knowledge from Pfizer’s pediatric trial in a latest video (under).
Moderna Knowledge Additionally Present Repeated Infections Are Possible
Knowledge from Moderna’s trial additionally recommend the shot makes adults extra susceptible to repeat infections, due to an inhibited antibody response. A preprint research10,11 posted on medRxiv April 19, 2022, discovered grownup individuals in Moderna’s trial who received the actual injection, and later received a breakthrough an infection, didn’t generate antibodies towards the nucleocapsid — a key part of the virus — as incessantly as did these within the placebo arm.
Placebo recipients produced anti-nucleocapsid antibodies twice as usually as those that received the Moderna shot, and their anti-nucleocapsid response was bigger whatever the viral load. On account of their inhibited antibody response, those that received the jab could also be extra susceptible to repeated COVID infections.
These findings are additional corroborated by knowledge from the U.Okay. Well being Safety Company. It publishes weekly COVID-19 vaccine surveillance knowledge, together with anti-nucleocapsid antibody ranges. The report12,13 for Week 13, issued March 31, 2022, exhibits that COVID-jabbed people with breakthrough infections certainly have decrease ranges of those antibodies.
Pfizer’s Knowledge Do Not Help Use in Youngsters
One other essential piece of data that Craig highlights in her video is that of the 4,526 kids enrolled within the trial, a whopping 3,000 dropped out. Pfizer doesn’t clarify this extremely suspicious anomaly. Oftentimes, trial individuals will drop out when unintended effects are too extreme for them to proceed.
Drug corporations may also generally exclude individuals who develop unintended effects they’d reasonably not reveal. That is a kind of nasty loopholes that may skew outcomes. Right here, we don’t know why two-thirds of the individuals have been eradicated, and “on that foundation alone, this trial ought to be deemed null and void,” Craig says. Pfizer’s pediatric trial knowledge additionally present that:
• Six of the kids, aged 2 to 4 years, within the vaccinated group have been recognized with “extreme COVID,” in comparison with only one within the placebo group. So, the probability the shot is inflicting extreme COVID is greater than the probability that it’s stopping it.
• The one baby who required hospitalization for COVID was additionally within the “vaccinated” group.
• Within the three weeks following the primary dose, 34 of the kids within the vaccinated group and 13 of the unvaccinated kids have been recognized with COVID. Which means the kids’s threat of creating signs of COVID inside the first three weeks of the primary dose truly elevated by 30%. These knowledge have been ignored.
Between doses two and three, there was an eight-week hole, and the vaccinated arm once more skilled greater charges of COVID. This too was ignored. After the third dose, incidence of COVID was once more raised within the vaccine group, and this was ignored as effectively.
Ultimately, they solely counted three instances of COVID within the vaccine arm and 7 instances within the placebo group. They actually ignored 97% of all of the COVID instances that occurred throughout the trial to conclude that the photographs have been “efficient” in stopping COVID.
Extra Proof of Vaccine Failure
There’s actually no scarcity of proof indicating the COVID photographs are an entire failure and ought to be stopped instantly. One instance I haven’t reviewed in earlier articles is the distinction between Portugal and Bulgaria.
In his article, Chudov14 presents the next graph from Our World in Knowledge, which exhibits the speed of recent COVID instances in these two nations. The vaccination charge in Portugal is 95%, whereas Bulgaria’s is 30%. Guess which nation has the upper COVID case charge? The graph speaks for itself.
In mid-June 2022, The Instances of Israel additionally reported15 a sudden 70% spike in critically sick COVID sufferers from one week to the following. In line with Reuters’ COVID knowledge tracker,16 Israel has administered sufficient doses to vaccinate 100.4% of its inhabitants with two doses, so it has one of many highest vaccine uptake charges on the earth.
In mid-January 2022, Israel reported17 a fourth dose (second booster) was “solely partially efficient” towards Omicron. Lead researcher, professor Gili Regev-Yochay, instructed reporters, “Regardless of a major enhance in antibodies after the fourth vaccine, this safety is simply partially efficient towards the Omicron pressure, which is comparatively immune to the vaccine.”
The newest spikes in each Israel and Portugal are being blamed on a brand new variant mutated from Omicron, known as BA.5.18 In line with The Instances of Israel,19 coronavirus czar Dr. Salman Zarka mentioned “the brand new variant BA.5 is rapidly gaining traction and is extra immune to vaccines than earlier strains.” So, what’s Israel’s reply? Extra photographs to encourage “herd immunity” and extra masks sporting.
Pure Immunity Versus the COVID Jab
An evaluation of the Omicron wave in Qatar can be illustrative of vaccine failure. June 21, 2022, The Epoch Instances reported20 on the research,21 printed the week earlier than within the New England Journal of Medication. In abstract:
- Individuals with earlier an infection (pure immunity) and no COVID jab had 50.2% immunity towards symptomatic BA.1 an infection (a subvariant of Omicron) for a minimum of 324 days. In opposition to the BA.2 variant, pure immunity was 46.1%
- Individuals with no earlier an infection (no pure immunity) who received two doses of the Pfizer shot had immunity towards BA.1 an infection starting from −16.4% on the low finish to five.4% on the excessive finish on day 268 after the final dose. The typical was -4.9%. In opposition to the BA.2 variant, immunity was -1.1% on common. Most entered the detrimental ranges across the six-month mark
- The effectiveness of three doses and no earlier an infection towards BA.1 was 59.6%, which endured for a minimum of 42 days (the extent of the follow-up). In opposition to BA.2, immunity topped out at 52.2%
Although the authors’ conclusion was that there have been “No discernable variations in safety” between vaccination and pure immunity, ask your self which you’d reasonably have: 50% immunity for a minimum of 10 months, or 50% immunity for about six months adopted by an elevated threat of an infection (detrimental safety) thereafter?
Clearly, in case your purpose is to keep away from an infection, you’d keep away from something that can — instantly or sooner or later — increase your threat. But, within the upside-down world we now discover us in, the reply continues to be: “Get one other shot.”
As mentioned in “FDA and Pfizer Knew COVID Shot Caused Immunosuppression,” Pfizer’s trial knowledge additionally reveal they’ve not dominated out the danger of antibody-dependent enhancement, and vaccine-associated enhanced illness (VAED) is listed22 as an “Essential Potential Threat.” (ADE and VAED are two phrases that mainly seek advice from the identical factor — worsened illness post-injection.)
So, not solely are you at elevated threat of COVID an infection, and repeated reinfections, when you get the jab — particularly when you get boosted — however you might also expertise extra extreme sickness, which is the alternative of what anybody would need. U.Okay. authorities knowledge present that, in comparison with the unvaccinated, those that have acquired two doses are:23
- As much as thrice extra prone to be recognized with COVID-19
- Twice extra prone to be hospitalized with COVID-19
- Thrice extra prone to die of COVID-19
In closing, it’s clear there are not any long-term advantages to the COVID jabs, solely threat. How far more knowledge do we’d like earlier than our well being companies snap to and begin defending public well being?
I don’t have a solution to that query, seeing how nothing works the best way it’s alleged to anymore. Our well being companies have been captured by the drug business and have mainly gone rogue. They ignore even probably the most fundamental guidelines and ethics these days.
One thing will clearly should be completed about that, however till then, the most effective recommendation I’ve is to take management of your personal well being and make choices primarily based on precise knowledge reasonably than company press releases.
For those who’ve already taken a number of COVID jabs and now remorse it, first, crucial step you possibly can take is to not take any extra photographs. Subsequent, when you suspect your well being might have been impacted, try the Frontline COVID-19 Vital Care Alliance’s (FLCCC) post-vaccine therapy protocol, I-RECOVER,24 which you’ll download from covid19criticalcare.com in a number of totally different languages.