January 24, 2022
There’s disturbing vaccine data coming from Scotland
The vaccines are proving to be a constantly moving target. Two shots will save us. No, three will. No, better make it four. Heck, let’s just keep it open-ended, but you’d better get shots if you want to work, shop, eat out, go to a concert, maybe even board a plane. But what happens to this manic shot regime when we’re beginning to get data showing that not only do the shots not prevent people from getting COVID (which is the traditional effect of a vaccine), but they may actually leave people more vulnerable to COVID?
Israel, which was so terrified of having COVID shut it down, thereby leaving it vulnerable to the genocidal organizations and nations around it, embarked upon the most aggressive vaccination program in the world. Now it’s the nation with the world’s highest per capita COVID rate, per a weekend report:
Israel recorded 69,201 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, according to an update to the Health Ministry’s website on Friday.
There are 427,023 active Covid cases in Israel, making it the country with the highest number of cases per capita, ahead of Slovenia.
The caseload, driven by the highly contagious omicron variant, includes 638 patients in serious condition and 124 on artificial lung ventilation. Of those currently hospitalized in serious condition, 84% are over the age of 60.
The death toll, as of Friday afternoon, was at 8,371.
The positivity rate in Covid tests reached record highs of 20.13 percent.
In total, 2.2 million Israelis were infected since the start of the pandemic. Some 4.5 million received three doses of the vaccine and over 500,000 four doses.
That kind of news report tells me that the vaccines don’t work as vaccines. That is, they do nothing to stop people from getting the disease. This runs counter to our 200-year-old understanding of what a vaccine is — namely, the single dose of a substance that triggers the body’s natural immune system ensuring that the person will never get the infectious agent that is the vaccine’s target (e.g., smallpox, polio, measles, mumps, rubella, diphtheria, etc.).
Indeed, the CDC’s Rochelle Walensky has conceded that the vaccines stop people from neither catching nor spreading COVID. The new rap from the CDC is that the shots formerly known as vaccines are now therapeutics. Oh, and there’s no end to the number you’ll have to take to get that vax pass for working, shopping, traveling, education, etc.
None of that addresses the newest, most concerning information about the vaccines: what if it turns out that they’re not even a therapeutic? What if you get more sick, not less sick, from the vaccination? Data out of Scotland suggests that this is a real possibility:
Scottish data shows that the COVID-19 age-standardized case rate is highest among the two-dose vaccinated and lowest among unvaccinated! It further shows this trend of negative efficacy for the double-vaccinated persisting for hospitalizations and deaths. Something is very wrong here, and together with other data points, it raises concerning questions about the negative effect of waning antibodies, constant boosting, and the consequences of a leaky vaccine with narrow-spectrum suboptimal antibodies against an ever-evolving virus.
Daniel Horowitz has a detailed analysis of the data in the above-linked article, and I recommend reading it.
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