Categories NFU Dr. Malcolm Kendrick (very carefully) explains what makes the COVID vaccines so unusual—and dangerous Post author By MCM Post date November 27, 2020 1 Comment on Dr. Malcolm Kendrick (very carefully) explains what makes the COVID vaccines so unusual—and dangerous Article link:https://www.wakingtimes.com/as-a-doctor-people-ask-me-if-its-safe-to-take-a-new-covid-vaccine-given-that-criticism-is-risky-heres-my-very-careful-answer/ ← On the fallacy that there’s “no evidence” of fraud in this (or any) election: Paul Lehto reminds other EI activists that “we just don’t know the truth of the election,” and therefore must look into it, as usual → Iran’s top nuclear scientist killed in drive-by shooting One reply on “Dr. Malcolm Kendrick (very carefully) explains what makes the COVID vaccines so unusual—and dangerous” The success of vaccination is measured by the presence of antibodies which seem to indicate that the body is now prepared to defend itself against infection. But how come people who have recovered from Covid and test positive for antibodies are also urged to get vaccinated? If recovery from Covid is part of herd immunity, how come a recovered patient then also needs to be vaccinated? How do we measure the success of the vaccine? It seems that there is no way to argue against its success. If you get sick after being vaccinated, well the vaccination was still a success because you might have died without it! Also, when the rates of infection and hospitalization and death decrease this summer, as they did last year, we will hear that this is all due to the success of vaccinations. And any deaths after vaccination from frail elderly people will be explained as deaths that are coincidences because they would have died anyway without the vaccine. The newspapers and cable news are branding anyone with concerns about vaccine as a “conspiracy theorist.” Leave a ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.