Wrote a piece the other day in which I questioned whether the vaccines were effective at all. An extreme position to take perhaps. Hmm? Let’s see.
Two neighbours, one vaccinated four or five months ago, one unvaccinated, are both equally obese, have diabetes, high blood pressure and dicky tickers. Having tested positive for Covid, both are prone on their respective couches under instructions from their doctors to call an ambulance upon the onset of breathing difficulties. No Ivermectin for them. My question: How much better chance does the vaccinated person really have of avoiding hospitalisation, intubation and/or death?
The head of the CDC Rochelle Walensky recently referred to a study of over a million people who were vaccinated between when vaccination in the US started in December 2020 and October 2021. She commented: “The overwhelming number of deaths, over 75 percent, occurred in people who had at least four comorbidities, so really these are people who were unwell to begin with.”
Dr Walensky obviously wanted to give the vaccines a pass. However, hang on, isn’t it people with comorbidities that the vaccines are meant to save? But that’s not my main point. Where, pray tell, is the comparable study of deaths of unvaccinated people. Perhaps they too suffered from comorbidities. Do you think?
I’d like to see the results of an objective study of ICU admissions and death rates between the sickly vaccinated and the sickly unvaccinated. I’m not convinced that there would be a difference. There might be. If so, show us serfs the evidence. It is not good enough to endlessly quote figures showing that the unvaccinated have been disproportionately represented in ICUs or among those who’ve died. It seems possible, likely even, that those with comorbidities are disproportionately represented among the unvaccinated. Statistics lay traps for dunderheads. And politicians and their mediocre public health officials eminently qualify.
It’s resolvable. Health departments have the figures, can do the study, let’s see the results.
In any event, the latest surveillance-report data out of NSW are interesting. Of those who died or were admitted to ICUs between 26 November and 22 January, 88 percent had two doses or more of the vaccine. Eighty-eight percent? I’m making that up. No, I’m not. Of course, the powers that be would say that’s why boosters are needed. But if a third dose is so effective why is early vaccine starter Israel contemplating a fourth dose?
It’s well, well, well past time to end the circus.