I hope you are well and looking forward to a joyous time with family.
Big Bird is advertising shots for tots, and many are facing unemployment just after Christmas because of shot mandates. So why wait?
The main reason for getting the shot is to lower your risk of dying, since it does not reliably prevent catching or transmitting COVID. The statistics are confusing—did a person die with or of COVID? But we can tell whether a person died. Are more people dying than usual?
Here are death rates in person aged 10–59 by vaccination status from the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS). The all-cause death rate for vaccinated persons (orange line) is twice that for unvaccinated persons (blue line).
Travel restrictions are being implemented again because of the Omicron variant. This appears to cause mild disease. There will probably be endless variants, which are likely to escape the narrowly targeted immunity of current shots. Natural immunity appears to be broader, stronger, and more durable. Austria, with its draconian mandate for universal vaccination, has decreed that “full vaccination” status expires in just 7 months.
Meanwhile, reports of severe adverse vaccine reactions accumulate. Reports of associated deaths to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) now exceed 19,000. Causality has not been determined. In any event, the vaccine push has not been accompanied by a fall in the all-cause mortality rate (see graph below). Death rates are spiking upward in all age groups—except the one which has had and continues to have below-average mortality: ages 0–14. What will happen when children start getting jabbed en masse?
- Reasons for caution in vaccinating children: see articles on drpaulalexander.com
- Research studies (now 135) on natural immunity compiled by Paul Elias Alexander
- Articles by Dr. Peter McCullough on americaoutloud.com
- Guide to Home-Based COVID Treatment posted by Association of American Physicians and Surgeons at aapsonline.org