When common sense flew out the window.
Quietly published on the UK government’s website: Research and analysis. Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine adverse reactions. A weekly report covering adverse reactions to approved COVID-19 vaccines.
It makes for sober reading. But please don’t take my word for it. See for yourself.
If the mainstream media reported on these adverse reactions, the fear would shift from the coronavirus to vaccines. And we’d be seeing headlines such as:
17 people die after mRNA Pfizer-BioNTech jab.
10 people suffer fatal heart attacks after vax.
894 people vomit after getting the vaccine. Two die.
Then another two die, vomiting blood.
See how it works?
Yet elsewhere on the UK government website they tell another story – published 22 February 2021. Ten days after publishing no less than 53 pages on the adverse effects (COVID-19 vaccine Pfizer analysis print), from where I drew the factual data for the headlines above.
Apart from the fact that this data is not yet peer-reviewed, is it not amazing they can claim such success mere weeks after rollout? And with no mention of any adverse reactions. In fact, they say “the data on infection, hospitalisation and death is promising.”
I doubt the relatives of those who died after being given the vaccine would agree.
Now, I can almost hear you quietly protesting: “But they probably had underlying conditions…”
Think about it… Where have you
denied heard that before?
But believe what you will.
You can’t argue with science.
So I’m told.
Alternatively, you could go straight to source and see what Pfizer has to say, starting with the first words on the page:
Note: not been approved or licensed
Potential? Surely, they – of all people – must have the data from their trial?
Yes, it’s a trial. And you’re the guinea pigs.
“We will track participants in our phase 3 clinical trial for the next two years following their second dose, in order to document the long-term effectiveness and safety of the vaccine.”
Still not convinced?
Dive into the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet For Recipients and Caregivers which you’ll find on the website of the FDA (US Food & Drug Administration).
The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine is an unapproved vaccine that may prevent COVID-19.
Note: may prevent
This is a well-known slogan associated predominantly with the rights of a woman to choose to have an abortion if she so wishes. It’s her body.
Yet a notion entirely dismissed when it comes to taking a vaccine.
Autonomy over one’s body is perceived, even promoted as selfish at best, murderous at worst.
But if vaccines work – why do you care if I don’t take one?
If masks work – why do you even need a vaccine?
And does that mean social distancing doesn’t work?
That lockdown doesn’t work?
That curfew doesn’t work?
Just things to ponder…
By all means take a vaccine.
After all, it’s your choice — and it’s your right. But I hope this has inspired you to at least think, and do your own research so you’re fully aware of the risks.
And if you do experience any adverse reactions, why not read one of Stanley Johnson’s gripping books while you recover?
(Yes, that’s Boris’s dad.)
“First published in 1982, Stanley Johnson’s The Virus is more than astonishingly prescient, with uncanny parallels to the current Covid-19 pandemic.”
World Population – Turning the Tide: Three decades of progress
“The successful story of national and international approaches to the population question since the 1960s to the present and of the progress made in reducing rapid rates of population growth and high levels of fertility.”
(I’m not saying anything.)
You’ll find me eating plenty of fruit and vegetables, walking in the sun, breathing in the fresh air, and taking high-dose Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Zinc to build up my immune system.
(Old-fashioned I know.)
You won’t find me worrying about whether I get the virus – or the consequences if I do. Any more than you’d find me worrying about whether I might have a heart attack or be killed in a car crash.
After all, it’s up to me how I live my life.
Not the government.
Disclaimer: I don’t doubt there’s a nasty virus out there. But when I see the UK government pouring money into advertising to tell the population to ACT LIKE YOU’VE GOT IT — even if they’re perfectly healthy — it does make me wonder. And thankfully, thoughtcrime isn’t yet a crime. What I think doesn’t put one other single person on this planet in danger. That is: I wear a mask and social distance when it’s mandatory – and I observe lockdown and curfew. (Albeit only to avoid unlawful fines and other nonsense.)
— Article commissioned by the Red Pill Society of Critical Thinkers —