Studies on the vaccines against the COVID-19 coronavirus have shown that they do not effectively stop the transmission of the disease, which may call into question the need to make them mandatory.
Epidemiologist Paul Alexander recently published a review of some of the latest evidence that casts doubt on the safety and effectiveness of COVID vaccines, Mary Villareal writes.
Among the studies he summarized was one from Israel that showed vaccinated individuals who had never been infected with SARS-CoV-2 before had a 13-fold increased risk of becoming infected with the Delta variant, compared with those who had not been vaccinated. but have been previously infected, showing that natural immunity is more effective.
Another study from the European Journal of Epidemiology found that there is no significant association between COVID-19 cases and the number of people getting vaccinated nationally. In other words, getting more people vaccinated doesn’t necessarily reduce the spread of the virus.
Official data from the UK also showed that fully vaccinated adults are now at higher risk of COVID-19 infection, hospitalization, and death compared to the unvaccinated.
Based on the studies, Alexander concluded that COVID vaccines cannot be expected to help eliminate the common spread of the virus or achieve herd immunity. He also said the studies “unravel the rationale for vaccination mandates and passports.”
Alexander also noted that taking the vaccine escalates the person’s risk of getting infected. This is called negative efficacy, which is slang for disease-promoting effects in drugs. In the case of a vaccine, this means that the vaccinated is more likely to get infected compared to the unvaccinated.
This is a bad thing, especially since the evidence shows that the vaccines are not sterilizing and that they do not stop infection, transmission, hospitalization, or death. They never worked.
For Alexander, what is happening with the COVID vaccines is reminiscent of the negative efficacy of the dengue vaccines that killed children in the Philippines in 2017, where the injections should not have been used.
Currently, the repercussions of the COVID vaccines are showing a huge rise in all-cause deaths reported by insurance companies. Excess deaths also crop up in almost all age cohorts and cannot be explained by other causes, and the COVID-19 vaccine is now being called the “greatest fraud” in modern history.
While things continue for Big Pharma companies like Pfizer and Moderna, when the word finally gets past censors and vaccine zealots, it will only be a matter of time until the truth about the ineffective vaccines becomes clear to everyone.
Government, Big Pharma gaslight people
There has also been an interesting shift in the narrative of the medical propagandists, public health officials, and vaccine sheep of the general public about the COVID vaccines. Now we are supposed to believe that the vaccines were never meant to stop the transmission, nor to prevent others from becoming infected with the disease.
Today, the vaccines would only prevent serious illness, hospitalizations, and deaths, with the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Rochelle Walensky, boldly admitting that the injections can no longer prevent transmission.
This move by the government, Big Pharma, and other medical “professionals” is called manipulative gaslighting. People have been told from the start that the rapidly developed vaccines will “end the pandemic” and that those who are fully vaccinated are the only ones allowed to access their jobs and be in public places.
People are also expected to accept the unethical decisions of policymakers regarding their decisions to lift vaccination mandates for professional athletes and performers, but not for police officers or health professionals, many of whom have already lost their careers due to the mandates imposed by the government. local governments have previously introduced under the guise of public safety.
There is no other way to describe it: The COVID-19 vaccine is the greatest fraud in modern history.