COVID: A constant fight against misinformation and propaganda

( Joel S Hirschhorn )

By regular reading of medical science publications and data it is possible to see greater truths about COVID, vaccines and health impacts. Here are several summaries of important new insights about this never-ending pandemic.

A) Omicron: A while back I wrote an article about the work of a brilliant French scientist whose research showed that the omicron variant was not intrinsically highly transmissible, certainly much less than the delta variant that had become dominant worldwide. Now omicron has become dominant. And all you read about in the mainstream media is how highly transmissible omicron is. But a good way of understanding what is happening is that omicron is unique because of many mutations. And the nature of these is that all vaccines and immunities are ineffective against omicron. So, omicron seems to spread aggressively. But this happens because people have no defenses against omicron. The bigger, more important truth is that omicron does not cause serious health impacts. Thus, all the government hysteria about omicron is largely uncalled for. Omicron is being used by governments to exert authoritarian controls over people and to keep pushing vaccines.

B) Vaccine deaths: A very good new analysis confirms what previous analyses concluded, namely that a figure of 150,000 deaths in the US from vaccine shots used by me and others is accurate. It was based on data between February and August 2021. It found that CDC’s VAERS data underreport vaccine deaths by a factor of about 20. It came to this conclusion: “the risks of COVID vaccination outweighs the benefits in children, young and middle age adults, and in older age groups with low occupational risk, previous coronavirus exposure, and access to alternative prophylaxis and early treatment options.” That is a big statement worthy of serious thinking by everyone considering getting a regular or booster shot.

C) Vaccine effectiveness: A new study using data from Denmark examine vaccine effectiveness for omicron. It concluded: “The vaccines are making it more likely you'll be infected with Omicron 90 days after you are fully vaccinated. To keep vaccine effectiveness high against omicron, vaccination every 30 days is needed.” This study supports the view that current vaccines reduce immunity and make you MORE likely to get infected, not less. Thus, providing a warning to people getting on a vaccine treadmill that you can never get off in the future. If this study gets it correct, then the public globally have been lied to about the vaccine effectiveness for omicron.

This is what the published study means: Based on what the vaccines do to our immune system, it’s likely that the needed interval will shorten with each booster. If people get boosted regularly, they will be MORE vulnerable to Delta and Omicron than if they weren’t vaccinated. That’s what NEGATIVE vaccine efficacy that was found in the study means. It doesn’t just mean the protection wears off. It means the OPPOSITE of what the public has been told: it means the vaccine helps the virus to infect you by suppressing your immune system. It means the public has been grossly lied to. The more vaccines are used globally, the more the COVID virus and infection are likely to persist and cause enormous harm. This would explain the never ending pandemic, especially as new variants emerge as mutations continue.

D) Dismal forecast: The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington makes regular forecasts about pandemic impacts. In its latest report, this is its main view: “We have substantially revised our model to reflect the emergence of the Omicron variant, waning infection- and vaccine-derived immunity, and immunity across variants. Our reference scenario suggests that over the next two months, 60% of the US population will likely be infected with Omicron. Because of a much greater fraction of asymptomatic infections, we expect diagnosed cases will peak at just over 400,000 in the first week of February. Based on data from South Africa, UK, Denmark, and Norway, we expect that the infection-hospitalization rate (IHR) for Omicron compared to Delta will be significantly lower. However, the pressure on hospitals will likely be similar to last winter, with considerable variation across states. Based on the available data we also expect the infection-fatality rate (IFR) will be 97%–99% lower than for Delta. Despite this, the huge number of infections and moderate numbers of hospitalizations may still translate into a peak of daily deaths over 2,000 in early February.”

That last figure compares to daily US deaths now of over 1,200. Why are so many people still dying, most in hospitals? Because vaccines are ineffective and hospital protocols do not work for late stage COVID infection. And, of course, so many Americans have weak immune systems, likely have vitamin D deficiency, and are pretty unhealthy (compared to other nations) with underlying medical conditions, especially obesity. And we know from recent research that the COVID virus preferentially gets into fat cells. Also, the absence of cheap and easily available home testing means that many people ignore early symptoms, have trouble seeing a physician and end up in a hospital emergency room.

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