Booster Effectiveness against Death Drops by 10% Across the Board in TWO WEEKS
In Scotland, the double vaxxed may be having the highest death rate because they got their booster shots, and are now more likely to test positive and die again within the 14 day window that they are still not considered boosted by the definitions they use
those poor little monkeys....including us. The sadness in their eyes is hellable.
Imagine how psychologically uncomfortable this is if you jabbed your child.
You will eventually find out that your child was at extremely low, statistically non-existent risk to the disease.
You will eventually find out that the exp. jabs are highly risky loaded with potential adverse reactions, some quick, but many of them immune system time bombs that will present over a long period.
You will find out sooner rather than later, that the "efficacy" that you were hoping for lasted only a couple of months or less.
How many intellectual hoops will you jump through to avoid this collection of inconvenient realities?
How much will you seek to demonize the "unvaccinated" in an illogical scapegoat making avoidance of your decision making?
Is UK counting those who get infected within 14 days after the shot as "unvaccinated" or "unboosted"? What if they get infected within 14 days but die after the 14-day period -- are they considered an "unvaccinated" or "unboosted" death?
I have family members who (sadly) got the initial two-dose of pfizer, and are now debating whether to get a booster. I've seen data - like that from Scotland shown in this article - which suggest the boosted have improved protection vs the double-vaxxed, but there's also a lot of data which indicate the protection will likely wane at least as fast as the double-dose protection did. So... temporary protection, with the additional risk of the extra dose of dangerous 'vaccine' and potential further damage to the immune system.
Does anyone have thoughts or further data both in favour of, and against boosting? I'd like to provide family with as much information as possible... but it's scattered and piecemeal and difficult to remember and articulate.
What is the treatment protocol in UK? Or anyplace else for that.matter? Is everybody else suffering the same homicidal prohibitions as US?
“ My personal suggestion is to do everything possible to be in the best shape that you can be, exercise, suntan when possible although within reason, eat healthy, and buy Ivermectin just in case.”
This should have been the cdc advice right from day 1. No more mRNA shots. The great experiment is a total failure.
Immunity is limited against omicron. I've had Delta and 15 months later omicron came in. I'm unvaxxed, but lot's of my acquaintances are vaxxed & boostered and also had omicron. It looks like omicron doesn't care about previous infections, nor vaccinations. Omicron is probably far more effective in providing some broader, longer term immunity than vaccination. In that sense it operates as a Live-Attenuated Vaccine.
Interesting thanks! And look at the rates of change between week 4 and week 5 in the unvaxed and boosted.
So I tried reading the preprint of the Monkey study. Can I just say that I absolutely hate the layout of preprints?? Also, it's strange that the full document isn't shown unless you download it.
There's a few things worth noting here.
One, neutralizing titers were based off of collection of convalescent plasma and challenged with pseudovirus that expressed the spike protein. Now, I don't know much about methodology but I always found this interesting as the actual virus tends to never be used in these studies.
Second, and it's something that I've been pondering and have previously written about, is that the study mentions mucosal memory. I always questioned whether mucosal memory is being triggered by these vaccines, and the lack of mucosal immunity is likely the reason why these vaccines do not stop transmission (remember that tests are done using nose and throat swabs). What's interesting is that they indicate that there does appear to be some minor mucosal immunity, although it seems spotty with their results. What's even more interesting, is the ramifications of eliciting mucosal immunity, as it likely suggests that something may have "travelled" in order to elicit such an immune response.
With respect to that, I have written about a previous study that indicated mucosal immunity and it's worth considering the ramifications of these:
There's a few more things, although I have mostly just skimmed the paper. There's so much to try to make sense of that it's been so hard to try to piece the information together. I'm really curious to the reinfection of people with BA.2 after they just had BA.1. I'll need more information to understand why that may be, or whether there may be some conflation of the data occurring here.
i would also add that the elderly "unvaccinated" are more than likely also too frail to be vaccinated to begin with. UK should differentiate those so we can get better comparative numbers
People should look into monolaurin. It's been shown effective against every lipid-coated virus that it has been tested against. SARS-COV-2 is a lipid coated virus. Monolaurin is available as a nutritional supplement.
Just like any other "cowboy" who botches a job, Big Pharma should return the money, plus a hefty fine. But we must change and charge every one in every government first.
There's a ton of work to do, people. And no one will do it for us.
Isn't there a typo here:
'...but it does not really take off in Europe unless that country had an outbreak of Ba.2.'
Shouldn't it be;
'...but it does not really take off in Europe unless that country had an outbreak of Ba.1.'
Reinfections vs Reactivations...would like to see you look into Reactivations, thanks!
It is worth having a watch of Professor Norman Fenton's new video interview after reading his recent research paper on UK vaccine data. The following blog post on his site has links to that video interview and lots of other all related stuff which IMHO is a must read for all to understand how TPTB have been manipulating the stats:
'With these considerations in mind we applied adjustments to the ONS data and showed that they lead to the conclusion that the vaccines do not reduce all-cause mortality, but rather produce genuine spikes in all-cause mortality shortly after vaccination.'