At a recent event to announce plans for a vaccine works in Quebec, Moderna has asked Health Canada to approve its Spikevax for children, including infants as young as 6 months old. Health Canada has already approved the Moderna mRNA ‘vaccine’ for children as young as 6 and the Pfizer gene therapy is approved down to age 5.
Now, from what I have learned over the past year the vaccinating of young people sounds risky. It has been my understanding that children have little risk from Covid and even if they are ‘vaccinated’ the effectiveness of the vaccines is low; you can still get and transmit Covid and for little or no benefit from the shots, you risk a high rate of severe adverse effects.
Just in case I have been totally mislead, I looked up Canada’s health services information on Covid vaccines. Health Services Canada states:
“Canada’s independent drug authorization process is known around the world for its high standards and rigorous review process. Decisions are based on scientific and medical evidence. Vaccines authorized for use in Canada are safe, effective and of high quality.”
“Vaccination is one of the most effective ways to protect our families, communities and ourselves against COVID-19. Evidence indicates that the vaccines used in Canada are very effective at preventing severe illness, hospitalization and death from COVID-19.”
Gosh! don’t I feel foolish! But I do note the omission of prevention which up til now was the touchstone for vaccines.
Then the experts at Health Services Canada really blow my Biology trained mind:
“Vaccination is very important, even if you’ve been previously infected with COVID-19. While infection alone provides some protection, vaccination after infection helps improve the immune response and may provide better and longer-lasting protection.”
And here I naively thought that having had Covid would give a more general immune response to multiple viral proteins instead of a highly specific response to one protein which readily mutates.
You might think that I have stumbled on a Health Services article from last year, however this is still online as of May 4,2022.
When confronted with contradiction I like to head back to the data and so I looked up the ‘vaccine’ related information at the BC CDC. You may dispute the accuracy of this data but I suspect that it has not been excessively inflated. Even with a bias, the data gives us upper boundaries on the dangers of Covid and the effectiveness of the vaccines.
The following graph shows the number of Covid related deaths in each decadal age group for BC residents for the entire Covid experience:
The above deaths occurred over a 27 month period between January 15, 2020 to April 16, 2022. There were a total of 3098 deaths or about 4 deaths per day in a population of 5.3 million. This represents about 6 deaths in every 10,000 British Columbians over this time. According to the BC CDC data there have been only 2 deaths in the under 10 age group, no deaths in the 10 to 20 age group, 6 deaths in the 20 to 30 age group and 34 deaths in the 30 to 40 age group.
So with the aim of saving 2 deaths in those under 20 we are trying to inject about 950,000 young British Columbians with an experimental gene therapy, a gene therapy that has a high level of adverse reactions including death.
But perhaps that’s misinformation. Let’s see what Health Canada has to say:
“Summary of this week’s report updated April 29, 2022
- A total of 82,653,762 vaccine doses have been administered in Canada as of April 15, 2022. Adverse events (side effects) have been reported by 44,511 people. That’s about 5 people out of every 10,000 people vaccinated who have reported 1 or more adverse events.
- Of the 44,511 individual reports, 35,273 were considered non-serious (0.043% of all doses administered) and 9,238 were considered serious (0.011% of all doses administered).
- Most adverse events are mild and include soreness at the site of injection or a slight fever.
- Serious adverse events are rare, but do occur. They include anaphylaxis (a severe allergic reaction), which has been reported 829 times for all COVID-19 vaccines across Canada. That’s why you need to wait for a period of time after you receive a vaccination so that you can receive treatment in case of an allergic reaction.”
Putting temporary trust in the tarnished reputation of Health Canada, a quick calculation shows that out of nearly 3 million shots to double vaxx then boost British Columbians under 20, there would be 1620 adverse reactions of which 330 would be serious. Endanger 300+ of our youth to save 2, not a good risk/benefit gamble. And that assumes the gene therapies have a high efficacy. They don’t and it is more likely that you are injecting nearly a million youths with 3 million ineffective shots to save no one.
More unsettling, there have been many highly qualified people questioning the safety of the gene therapies with evidence that the actual number of vaccine adverse effects is much higher than reported. A just published German study Charité-Forscher fordert Ambulanzen für Impfgeschädigte has estimated that adverse effects in Canada have been underestimated by 40X and that there are 8 severe adverse effects for every 1000 vaccinated people.
“One result: eight out of 1,000 vaccinated people struggle with serious side effects. “The number is not surprising,” explains Prof. Dr. Harald Matthes, head of the study: “It corresponds to what is known from other countries such as Sweden, Israel or Canada. Incidentally, even the manufacturers of the vaccines had already determined similar values in their studies.” With conventional vaccines, such as against polio or measles, the number of serious side effects is significantly lower.” (Google translate)
This 40X increase in reported adverse effect agrees with the 41X factor that Steve Kirsch has calculated for a correction for the number of adverse effects logged in the VAERS data. Could it be that for every 950,000 of our youth who are vaccinated that there would be 8 in 1000 vaccine injuries, about 7,600 serious adverse effects to save no one?
In my own limited number of friends and family, several have had severe adverse reactions temporally associated with the ‘vaccine’. These are not sore arms and feeling faint, these reactions ranged from myocarditis and heart irregularities to severe muscular spasming and a fatal heart attack. Reported no, anecdotal, yes but it predisposes me to think that the number of adverse reactions is much, much higher than Health Canada has observed.
Is there a breakeven where the shots save lives? The above graph tends to distort the dangers of Covid because it does not correct for the number of people in each age group. The following graph calculates Covid deaths as a percentage of the population in each age group.
There are considerably fewer people in the 70-80, 80-90 and the 90+ age group and it becomes evident that by far the greatest risks of Covid are among the elderly. The older, an exponentially greater risk. Among those over 90 years old, 1.7 % have reportedly died of Covid. For those between 80 and 90, the Covid death rate has been 0.5%. Overall the average life expectancy for those deaths related to Covid is about 82 years old in a province with an average lifespan of 82.4 years.
For the 50-60 age group there were 169 deaths among about 710,000 people, a rate of 0.024%. Double vaxxing and boosting would require 2,130,000 shots which, using the conservative Health Canada numbers, would cause 1150 adverse reactions of which 234 would be serious. At this age, any benefit of being vaccinated would depend on the effectiveness of the vaccines and what percentage of the 169 deaths could be saved. The present indicators from the BC CDC are that the rapidly waning vaccines are saving few if any lives.
Any evaluation of benefits from the ‘vaccines’ also depends on the accuracy of those reported numbers of adverse effects. The efforts by health ministries to ‘lessen vaccine hesitancy’ have distorted and suppressed information and the vaccine risks could be many times the Health Canada numbers. For the 50-60 age group, the possible 8 in 1000 serious vaccine injuries calculates 5600 serious adverse effects, one hell of a risk with few or no lives saved. This is a risk that no one should be coerced to take.
For the 80 to 90 year olds, there were 1019 deaths in a population of about 173,000. Given the Health Canada vaccine risks there would be only 840 adverse effects and only 57 serious adverse effects. Relative to the Covid deaths this would argue that there are significant lives to be saved among the very elderly, however, if the rate of adverse effects is 8 in 1000, then the actual number of severe adverse effects could be 1400. Additionally, the vaccines are becoming less and less effective and it looks like there is again lots of risk with little possible benefit even at this advanced age.
Some think that the young should be taking the ‘vaccine’ to protect the elderly. Even before we consider that the ‘vaccines’ are not preventing getting or transmitting Covid, is it ethical to coerce someone at low risk to take a treatment to protect someone else? How about an experimental high risk genetic therapy? Is it ethical to transfer the risk from a high risk elderly population with serious co-morbidities to a low risk young and healthy population?
My advice: “Don’t ‘vaccinate your kids!”
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