You are just the sort of people who might like to have a look at this:
It’s the Emergency Use Authorisation for Pfizer from November 2020.
On Page 41, you will see the following paragraph:
“Among 3,410 total cases of suspected but unconfirmed COVID-19 in the overall study
population, 1,594 occurred in the vaccine group vs. 1816 in the placebo group. Suspected
COVID-19 cases that occurred within 7 days after any vaccination were 409 in the vaccine
group vs. 287 in the placebo group. It is possible that the imbalance in suspected COVID-19
cases occurring in the 7 days postvaccination represents vaccine reactogenicity with symptoms
that overlap with those of COVID-19. Overall though, these data do not raise a concern that
protocol-specified reporting of suspected, but unconfirmed COVID-19 cases could have masked
clinically significant adverse events that would not have otherwise been detected.”
Think carefully about this. This is the product the governments of the world are trying very hard to get in to every man, woman and child.
They saw fewer suspected unconfirmed cases in the vaccine group overall.
But within 7 days of vaccination (when we would still count the person as unvaccinated in the UK) 42% more subjects got covid who had been vaccinated than who hadn’t.
It is suspected there is vaccine reactogenicity with symptoms overlapping covid – well yes, because the vaccines instructs the recipients’ cells to make the spike protein that causes the disease covid-19 in a natural SARS-CoV-2 infection. When I saw this, I immediately concluded that the vaccine would make the problem worse (I could have been wrong about that but all the data that have emerged since have shown from around the world that covid numbers deteriorate post-vaccination), and I also found it perplexing that the Government would authorise an experimental treatment like this that wouldn’t work.
Anyway, then I saw this from Doctors For Covid Ethics. Makes sense, huh?
It’s not good behaviour, is it?