The Queensland government recently released a blog post on the Queensland Health website titled “How to navigate that casual vaccine chat at your next gathering”. The post is designed to help you “talk all things vaccine with a little more ease and confidence” when in a social setting.
The article explains that we have been using vaccines for the “better part of a century, and they are to thank for the world being (mostly) rid of diseases like polio”. However, it would appear that the World Health Organisation disagrees. On their website, the WHO states that “diseases had already begun to disappear before vaccines were introduced, because of better hygiene and sanitation.”
A study by Suzanne Humphries and Roman Bystrianyk shows that the number of deaths due to pertussis (whooping cough) declined by approximately 92% in the US and over 98% in the UK before the introduction of the pertussis vaccine.
Another study in the International Journal of Epidemiology shows a 67% decline in the prevalence of tuberculosis prior to the introduction of the vaccine. At the same time, the mortality rate decreased from approximately 150 per 100,000 population to 50 per 100,000 population. This is the case for many infectious diseases, and there are a multitude of studies to support these findings.
The article continues by stating that the vaccine has been “proven to reduce the serious effects of COVID-19 in people who become infected with the virus”. According to the Physicians for Informed Consent, the clinical trial for the Pfizer vaccine “did not have enough statistical power to measure the vaccine’s ability to prevent hospitalisations from COVID-19”. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) even states that a “larger number of individuals at high risk of COVID-19 and higher attack rates would be needed to confirm efficacy of the vaccine against mortality”.
According to Queensland Health, the “COVID-19 vaccines have been through the same processes as all other vaccines, the path just looked a little different”. Which other vaccine was granted provisional approval by the TGA whilst still in the clinical trial phase that is not due for completion until early 2023? Which other vaccine was produced within 6-12 months and pushed on the population with no long-term safety data? Which other vaccine uses mRNA technology? Which other vaccine protects against coronavirus?
The answer to all of these questions is none. There has never been a vaccine in history that has been through the same rushed processes as the COVID-19 vaccine. This statement is misleading the public, and only continues to build distrust in the entire process.
This is where things really get interesting. The Queensland government, on their official website, state the following:
“The bulk of the ingredients in the two key COVID-19 vaccines – Pfizer and AstraZeneca – can be found in your kitchen pantry. These include water, sugar and salt”.
The active ingredient in the Pfizer vaccine is BNT162b2 [mRNA]. The vaccine also contains the following ingredients inactive:
Out of the ten ingredients listed, “water, sugar and salt (sodium chloride)” make up three of them. The first three ingredients on the list, along with cholesterol, form the lipid nanoparticle coating that helps transport the mRNA into the cell. No synergistic toxicity testing has been done to determine how these ingredients will interact with one another inside the body. Like in a chemistry lab, you can have three inert substances that are completely stable on their own, but when they are combine together, they explode.
The second ingredient on the list is polyethylene glycol (PEG). PEG is derived from petroleum, and it has many applications from industrial manufacturing to medicine. It is found in paintballs, lubricants, soap bubbles, ceramics, rocket fuel, solvents, insulators, skin creams, toothpastes, anti-foaming agents, laxatives, hydrogels, and much more.
Approximately 72% of the population have anti-PEG antibodies, which may result in a hypersensitivity reaction to PEG. This would appear to be one of the main causes of anaphylaxis following the vaccine. It would be safe to assume that very few people would know if they have anti-PEG antibodies, and consequently, whether they are at risk of anaphylaxis from the vaccine.
The AstraZeneca vaccine contains the active ingredient is ChAdOx1 – S * 5x1010 viral particles (vp), as well as the following inactive ingredients:
The body uses histidine to make histamine as a response to allergic reactions or tissue damage. Histamine causes the immune system to launch an inflammatory response, which can lead to anaphylaxis. Could this be why we are seeing anaphylactic reactions following the AstraZeneca vaccine as well?
Polysorbate 80 is used as an emulsifier, however numerous studies have indicated the potential negative effects on the human body. These include infertility, anaphylaxis during pregnancy, colitis and Crohn’s disease. It has also been “causally linked with an increased risk of blood clots, stroke, heart attack, heart failure, and of tumour growth or recurrence in patients with certain types of cancer”. This sounds very similar to the list of potential side effects that are being reported in many countries around the world.
The bulk of the ingredients found in the vaccine most certainly would not be found in your kitchen pantry, unless you have a pantry full of chemicals and toxic compounds.
The lies and deception by our government continue, despite repeated calls from doctors and scientists around the world to cease the mass vaccination campaign. At the time of writing, the current adverse event rate in Australia after receiving the vaccine is 0.67% according to the TGA. There is 0.11% chance of testing positive to SARS-CoV-2, and 0.0035% chance of dying from COVID-19. An individual is six times more likely to develop a reaction to the vaccine than test positive for SARS-CoV-2.
Isn’t it time that our government began telling us the truth and stopped misleading the public?
More and more Australians are saying no. They can see the warning signs. They can see through the lies. And they are more than capable of making their own decisions when it comes to their body and their health.
Where there is risk, there must be choice. Always.
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