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Two Mutually Exclusive Narratives.
Safe, effective and necessary vs. genocidal! Where is the population data that will allow determination of which is applicable?
There are two prevailing counterviews of the covid-19 vaccination.
Covid-19 vaccines are safe and effective and are the only way out of the pandemic. The entire population should be compelled to take these products, repeatedly.
The use of Covid-19 vaccines is entirely misplaced. They are not effective at preventing C-19 infection and made the pandemic worse. Indeed, they are frankly dangerous, injuring and killing some recipients. Long-term health consequences look dire! They must be halted immediately.
Only one can be right! They are mutually exclusive.
Out of the world’s 7.94 billion population, 65% are estimated to have received at least one dose. These people have already cast their lot, knowingly or not!
Clinical trials for Covid-19 vaccines began in mid-2020. There has been little to no release of that trial data, though Pfizer has now been compelled to release monthly data, and near complete silence from both government health agencies and mainstream media on the increasingly shocking contents of that data.
Covid-19 Vaccination of the world’s population began in November and December of 2020 and was it was being rolled out worldwide by the first quarter of 2021. We are now 1st quarter of 2022. We should have at least 1 year’s data available for study and review! Where is that data?
Separation of the known negative health impacts of world-wide lockdowns from the impacts of the vaccination campaigns can be challenging. However, teasing out positive and negative impacts, cause and effect, has never been more important.
What do we need to do?
Careful study on cause of death outcomes, identifying time and cause of death relative to receipt of covid-19 vaccination.
All deaths, regardless of cause, should include details of covid-19 vaccination, if any, on the death certification. This should be a minimum requirement for assessment of population outcomes from the population-wide experiment.
Patterns of deaths and illness, particularly with age breakdowns at least by months, compared to historical data following initiation and ramping up of the vaccination program is also key.
Data, critically assessed, will give us indication of whether the vaccination has caused the massive increase in cardiovascular attributed and other excess deaths in 2021.
We also need to identify if the vaccine-rollout has made the covid-19 infections and attributed deaths worse. From the following graph of Philippines DOH-released data, it would appear that both cases and deaths soared immediately following vaccine rollout in March of 2021. There was also a second peak in both cases and deaths apparently concurrent with the rollout moving from frontline workers and the elderly vulnerable to the general population. The hard vaccination push in the Philippines has continued to the present, though population uptake has slowed.
Little of the data needed to evaluate outcomes has yet been made publicly available by the Philippines Government departments and agencies responsible for pandemic response and public health.
Certainly the deaths by month, with age breakdowns, AND the Cause of Death by month, and with age breakdown is able to be compiled by the PSA from their collected population statistics. We hope they will deliver!