The world can now be divided into two.
On the one side are the pro-vaxxers.
And on the other are the anti-vaxxers (a term of abuse the demonising liars, cheats and manipulators have devised to try to demonise honest, caring people who are justifiably concerned about the safety of a rushed through, experimental covid-19 vaccine).
The pro-vaxxers are like loving parents, besotted with their offspring. They believe vaccines can do no wrong and will cure the world of all its ills if only the wicked anti-vaxxers can be silenced. They deny that vaccines can ever produce side effects, let alone cause any deaths.
The BBC has quoted the Archbishop of Canterbury as having said that `the vaccine is safe and everybody should have it’. If he really said that, and it’s impossible to trust the BBC of course, then he is either an ignorant fool who needs to do some reading or he is telling porky pies about the vaccine. If he means by `safe’ that it won’t kill of seriously injure everyone who takes it then I agree with him. But that’s not my definition of `safe’. As I shall prove in a minute or two, the covid-19 vaccine is not safe, and before the Archbishop tells the world to have it he should do some research.
The anti-vaxxers, have looked at the science and know that vaccines don’t always work and often do a great deal of harm. They believe vaccines need to be assessed clinically and scientifically and only used if the advantages outweigh the disadvantages.
The pro-vaxxers have been in the ascendancy for some years, and members of the mass market media have swallowed the pro-vaxxer argument and will not countenance any discussion. The BBC (which has financial links with a big investor in vaccines) refuses to interview anti-vaxxers or to allow any debate about vaccine efficacy and safety.
Today, informed consent is a myth since patients are not given any evidence that is not approved by the drug companies.
And most doctors are so scared of the consequences of even the mildest criticism of vaccination that they simply go along with what they are told to do and say.
Unlike pro-vaxxers, I believe that anyone receiving medical treatment is entitled to know the risks if they’re going to make an informed decision. I’ve prepared a list of scientific truths that your doctor may have forgotten to tell you.
1. It is a myth that the covid-19 vaccine will stop you getting covid-19. The WHO says it doesn’t `believe we have the evidence on any of the vaccines to be confident that it’s going to prevent people from actually getting the infection and therefore being able to pass it on.’ So, what does the vaccine do, then? Well, it seems to reduce covid-19 symptoms in quite a lot of people, though most people only ever get flu-like symptoms anyway. So the vaccine will probably reduce the coughing, sneezing and so on which are the only symptoms most covid-19 patients notice.
2. There is no evidence to show how long the effect of the vaccine might last. Those having the vaccine are taking part in the world’s largest ever experiment.
3. Pregnant women (or women who might be or who are trying to become pregnant) should not have the vaccine.
4. No one knows whether the vaccine will interfere with essential life-saving drugs – such as products given for heart disease, cancer and so on. Many elderly patients already take a number of prescribed drugs. The covid-19 vaccine is the biggest experiment in history. And, unlike a proper clinical trial, it is largely unregulated. As with all vaccines, most of the problems which develop will never be reported or recognised. Remember the disease involved is known to be no more dangerous than flu – with a more than 99% survival rate for those under 70. And the number of people alleged to have died from covid-19 includes all those who have died ‘with’ it – most will have probably died from something else.
5. The Food and Drug Administration in the US has produced a draft list of what they call `possible adverse event outcomes’. The list includes the following: Guillain-Barre syndrome, transverse myelitis, myelitis, encephalomyelitis, meningitis, encephalopathy, convulsions, stroke, narcolepsy, cataplexy, anaphylaxis, heart attack, myocarditis, pericarditis, autoimmune disease, death, acute demyelinating diseases, allergy reactions, thrombocytopenia, venous thromboembolism, arthritis, death and many others. If you have the vaccine then you should keep a look out for the symptoms of all the diseases on the list. Because of the risk of a serious allergy reaction anyone who has the vaccine should be observed by a health care professional for at least 15 minutes afterwards.
6. In the UK, the Government has said that there is no evidence that the covid-19 vaccine is safe for breastfeeding women, or their infants. But they have approved the vaccine because they think it is `probably’ safe.
7. Just before Christmas the `ACIP Covid-19 Vaccine Work Group at CDC’ in the US produced a report which listed the number of people who’d had the vaccine as 112,807 and the number of Health Impact Events as 3,150. Health Impact Events are defined as individuals `unable to perform normal daily activities, unable to work, required care from doctor or health professional’. So, the significant side effects were already running at 2.79%. If 60 million people in the UK have the vaccine, we could expect 1.67 million people to be unable to work, perform normal daily activities and to require care from a doctor or health professional. We obviously don’t know what will happen in the months and years ahead.
8. The UK Government has decided that if your doctor gives you a first vaccine dose made by one manufacturer but doesn’t have a supply of the vaccine to give you a second dose from the same manufacturer then they can give you a vaccine made by a different manufacturer as your second dose. Scientists in other countries were shocked when the UK Government announced this. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the US noted that the covid-19 vaccines are not interchangeable and that `the safety and efficacy of a mixed product series have not been evaluated.’
9. There’s big money to be made from the covid-19 vaccine. GPs receive over £12 per injection.
10. The covid-19 vaccine is being given to over 80-year-olds but it was never tested on over 80-year-olds. This used to be called an experiment.
11. There’s a chance not all available vaccines will be accepted everywhere if and when health passports are introduced.
12. There is a risk of paradoxical immune enhancement. People who’ve had the covid-19 vaccine may develop very high antibody levels with the result that when they are exposed to the coronavirus they may develop a serious immune overreaction and die.
13. Dozens of people have already been killed by the vaccine. If as many had died because of a motor car fault, the car would have been withdrawn by now. But drug companies have legal immunity for this vaccine. Pro-vaxxers claim these deaths are just a coincidence though they are happy to claim that anyone who died within 28 days of receiving a positive PCR test (which was probably false) must have died of covid-19. Despite the nonsensical, unscientific `it was just a coincidence’ claim it seems perfectly sound to assume that anyone who died within days of receiving the vaccine died because of it. And the death rate so far is truly terrifying. There’s an updated, referenced list of covid-19 vaccine deaths on my website. Please look at it.
14. Anyone who has had an allergy reaction or an anaphylactic shock reaction after a vaccination should be wary. Details of a bad reaction may not be in your medical notes. Nine out of ten bad reactions to vaccines are never reported or officially recorded. Personally, I think it might be a good to be wary if you’ve ever had an allergy reaction to anything. So think back.
Pro-vaxxers will tell you that you must have the vaccine.
Anti-vaxxers, who believe in the old-fashioned concept of `informed consent’, will tell you that you must make up your own mind.
And now you know what your doctor and the Government should have told you.
Since you ask: I certainly won’t be having the vaccine. It doesn’t work and it might kill me. And although I’m pretty sure it’s not in my medical notes, I once had an allergy reaction to a vaccine.
Copyright Vernon Coleman January 19th 2021