8.3 Meters 

^^^^^^ …think about the INSANITY of injecting the entire population for that yellow line (most of whom were over 80).

Criminally insane, those who are pushing this. And those who are following it are magical thinkers who believe their magical injection will make sick 80 year olds immortal.

Recent articles/commentary:

This is the guy interviewed on the Alex Pierson show 

Byram-W-Bridle. He works here, runs a research lab. He lists his funding, also some honors.

He wrote this  in February 2021:

3. Effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines

There were public declarations of greater than 90 per cent effectiveness for the Moderna and Pfizer  vaccines. Unfortunately, Pfizer did not publicly disclose the fact that there were large numbers of suspected, but unconfirmed cases of COVID-19 that were excluded from their calculation of efficacy. This was revealed in a summary report issued by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Re-analysis of the data with this new information accounted for was performed by the associate editor of the British Medical Journal, who reported his non-peer-reviewed findings in the journal’s opinion column. His estimate suggests the true effectiveness of the vaccine might be as low as 19 to 29 per cent This can’t be confirmed or refuted until raw data not included in the FDA report are released.

So, in addition to the huge difference previously discussed ( ) between RRR (95%) and ARR (0.84%), there is this, that the RRR is more likely 19% to 29%

“Suspected covid-19”

All attention has focused on the dramatic efficacy results: Pfizer reported 170 PCR confirmed covid-19 cases, split 8 to 162 between vaccine and placebo groups. But these numbers were dwarfed by a category of disease called “suspected covid-19”—those with symptomatic covid-19 that were not PCR confirmed. According to FDA’s report on Pfizer’s vaccine, there were “3410 total cases of suspected, but unconfirmed covid-19 in the overall study population, 1594 occurred in the vaccine group vs. 1816 in the placebo group.”

With 20 times more suspected than confirmed cases, this category of disease cannot be ignored simply because there was no positive PCR test result. Indeed this makes it all the more urgent to understand. A rough estimate of vaccine efficacy against developing covid-19 symptoms, with or without a positive PCR test result, would be a relative risk reduction of 19% (see footnote)—far below the 50% effectiveness threshold for authorization set by regulators Even after removing cases occurring within 7 days of vaccination (409 on Pfizer’s vaccine vs. 287 on placebo), which should include the majority of symptoms due to short-term vaccine reactogenicity, vaccine efficacy remains low: 29% (see footnote).

If many or most of these suspected cases were in people who had a false negative PCR test result, this would dramatically decrease vaccine efficacy. But considering that influenza-like illnesses have always had myriad < causes—rhinoviruses, influenza viruses, other coronaviruses, adenoviruses, respiratory syncytial virus, etc.—some or many of the suspected covid-19 cases may be due to a different causative agent.

But why should etiology matter? If those experiencing “suspected covid-19” had essentially the same clinical course as confirmed covid-19, then “suspected plus confirmed covid-19” may be a more clinically meaningful endpoint than just confirmed covid-19.

However, if confirmed covid-19 is on average more severe than suspected covid-19, we must still keep in mind that at the end of the day, it is not average clinical severity that matters, it’s the incidence of severe disease that affects hospital admissions. With 20 times more suspected covid-19 than confirmed covid-19, and trials not designed to assess whether the vaccines can interrupt viral transmission, an analysis of severe disease irrespective of etiologic agent—namely, rates of hospitalizations, ICU cases, and deaths amongst trial participants—seems warranted, and is the only way to assess the vaccines’ real ability to take the edge off the pandemic.

There is a clear need for data to answer these questions, but Pfizer’s 92-page report didn’t mention the 3410 “suspected covid-19” cases. Nor did its publication in the New England Journal of Medicine. Nor did any of the reports on Moderna’s vaccine. The only source that appears to have reported it is FDA’s review of Pfizer’s vaccine.

It continues after that.

These are the people behind the hysteria/propaganda and the vaccine. Here you can see clearly the KIND of people they are:

This was evident from the beginning given the tenor of the narrative (maniacal, senseless, domineering)

Disbelief (that we’re ruled by psychopathic maniacs) is normal, particularly for young people. Their faculties are still developing through experience. The problem is that young people today are developing their awareness right at the worst moment of authoritarian malfeasance in the entire history of human civilization, obscured by the most maniacal mass media ever seen.

The original rhetoric they used on day one signaled very clearly the absolute worst possible intentions.

Older, from 1996: 

For another look at our new idols (Fauci et al). Here’s some help. 

Kary Mullis full interview, 1996. Parallels to today are disturbing. Same players too. Same playbook. Larger scope.

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