Are the covid-19 vaccines safe?
As of November, 12 2021 there have been 18,853 deaths, 21,089 life-threatening adverse events, 30,010 cases of permanent disability, and over 194,000 hospitalizations and emergency room visits following Covid vaccination reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
Some of the VAERS reported side-effects of the covid vaccine are: Death, disability, excessive miscarriage rates, heart attacks, myocarditis, pericarditis, stroke, inability to walk, talk, or see, Bell’s Palsy, persistent pain, Parkinson’s like symptoms, shingles, blood clots, etc.
VAERS is a passive surveillance system in the United States that captures adverse events following vaccination, but is unable to prove causation (i.e. that the vaccine in question caused the adverse event – possible side effect). The data in VAERS is overwhelmingly filed by health care providers and it’s reliability is enforced through heavy criminal liabilities against any misreporting. “Knowingly filing a false VAERS report is a violation of Federal law (18 U.S. Code § 1001) punishable by fine and imprisonment.”
To investigate the covid deaths and side-effects, you can access this VAERS data yourself by going to the CDC’s website: https://wonder.cdc.gov/vaers.html
Video showing how to access VAERS data: https://youtu.be/3Olk2PYTwhU
OpenVAERS website features a more user-friendly interface to search the VAERS database: https://www.openvaers.com/openvaers
Why do the covid-19 vaccines carry these risks?
Dr. Byram Bridle, an Associate Professor on Viral Immunology at the University of Guelph, lays out why the vaccines may be dangerous:
- The Covid-19 mRNA vaccines contain Polyethylene Glycol (PEG), which enables the lipid nanoparticles to invade the entire body including crossing blood brain barrier. They don’t just stay inside your shoulder.
- The mRNA fuses into cells and instructs them to produce the spike protein. These spike proteins may attach to the ACE2 receptor in platelets causing them to clump which leads to clotting. It will also attach to blood vessel walls (ACE2 receptors on endothelial cells) causing bleeding. All this damage in turn, creates inflammation which makes things even worse. The blood clots and bleeding cause all sorts of disorders (blindness, inability to speak, numbness, etc) depending on where they are.
- The biodistribution safety studies showed that the covid vaccine distributed all over the body, including brain, ovaries, adrenal glands, etc.
- The S1 subunit protein from the vaccine does not remain bound to the cell, but can break off and becomes freely circulating (aka free s1 subunit spike protein) as these Harvard researchers measured in vaccinated patients.
Are there pregnancy risks for women?
1) The free S1 protein from the covid vaccine may be transferred via breast milk to infants which then can wreak the same havoc on the child’s body. This is a hypothesis but it would not be surprising to have the spike protein in the breast milk of some lactating women if they were to be vaccinated. Proteins circulating in the blood usually get concentrated in breast milk. Notably, there have been some adverse events reported of infants experiencing bleeding in their gastrointestinal tracts after suckling from mothers who had received a COVID-19 vaccine. This hypothesis would explain it and seems to be the most likely explanation.
2) The biodistribution data among rats shows that the vaccine collects at the ovaries at an alarmingly high level. No such information has been released for humans, however theoretically the results are expected to be similar as rats are used for medical experiments to proxy for biological effects on humans as it was done for the Pfizer vaccine.
“Biodistribution data shows massive accumulation in ovaries of the LNP (which instructs cells in ovaries to sprout toxic spike protein). This turns the ovaries into a very large manufacturing plant to turn out toxic spike protein. Accumulation in the bone marrow is likely not good either. What are the long term implications of that? This information was sent to the Japanese government and obtained via FOIA request.” – Steve Kirsch
(3) A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, titled “Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons”, investigates whether the mRNA vaccines poses any risk for pregnant women. Although the authors of the study conclude that “Preliminary findings did not show obvious safety signals among pregnant persons who received mRNA Covid-19 vaccines.”, however the data presented within their paper tells a very different story. Further data analysis suggests that there is at least an 82% chance of miscarriage among women who took the vaccine when they were less than 20 weeks pregnant.
The authors obfuscated their findings because they hid the fact that among the participants in their study, the women under 20 weeks pregnant suffered from an 82% miscarriage rate when they took the vaccine. While in their main results they report a 12% miscarriage rate, that is only when they combined the larger group of third trimester mothers who took the vaccine (700 of them) with the much smaller group of less than 20 weeks mothers (127 of them). The more accurate conclusion of this study, once you present a more granular view of the data, is that the risk of miscarriage is extremely high for women especially at early stages of gestation.
Are the covid-19 vaccines effective?
There has been a big media campaign to push the claim that the “covid vaccines are 95% effective at preventing covid.” However, upon close examination, the currently available covid vaccines do not appear to be effective at combating Covid-19. When you factor in the risk of contracting covid in the first place, the risk reduction of someone who has the vaccine versus someone who is unvaccinated is 2% AT BEST.
An analysis published in the Lancet revealed that the claim “vaccines are 95% effective” comes from a Relative Risk Reduction (RRR) model, which does not provide a comprehensive understanding of the total risk. RRR compares the effectiveness of the vaccine (treatment) relative to someone who did not receive the vaccine among participants who could benefit from the vaccine. However, the risk of contracting COVID-19 varies between populations and over time, due to which the RRR model does not account for the likelihood of contracting covid in the first place within the entire population; something which the Absolute Risk Reduction (ARR) model does.
The article states: “RRR should be seen against the background risk of being infected and becoming ill with COVID-19, which varies between populations and over time. Although the RRR considers only participants who could benefit from the vaccine, the absolute risk reduction (ARR), which is the difference between attack rates with and without a vaccine, considers the whole population. ARRs tend to be ignored because they give a much less impressive effect size than RRRs: 1·3% for the AstraZeneca–Oxford, 1·2% for the Moderna–NIH, 1·2% for the J&J, 0·93% for the Gamaleya, and 0·84% for the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccines… With the use of only RRRs, and omitting ARRs, reporting bias is introduced, which affects the interpretation of vaccine efficacy.”
From this, we can conclude that your absolute risk reduction from taking the covid vaccine is 2% at best. Does a 2% absolute risk reduction from covid outweigh all the potential side-effects you might experience if you take the vaccine?
Covid Vaccine Risk Reduction Data: https://www.thelancet.com/cms/10.1016/S2666-5247(21)00069-0/attachment/bb4bb1cf-8d64-453f-a2b7-e1b95194c109/mmc1.pdf
In the USA, the breakthrough cases do not appear as severe, however there is a good reason for that. The CDC has stopped counting “mild covid infections” among the vaccinated. Hospitals are not retesting vaccinated patients which also add to that. So the stats are highly skewed against the non-vaccinated in order to present a brighter outlook on the vaccines than what is reality.
Preliminary data shows that fully vaccinated people represent over 50% of cases and hospitalizations in several regions, weeks after the CDC stopped tracking breakthrough cases.
CDC stopped counting covid infections among vaccinated people: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/25/health/cdc-coronavirus-infections-vaccine.html
50% cases and hospitalizations in the US are vaccinated: https://www.dailyveracity.com/2021/07/31/fully-vaccinated-people-represent-over-50-of-cases-and-hospitalizations-in-several-regions-weeks-after-the-cdc-stopped-tracking-breakthrough-cases/