here and here) has established that Covid vaccination is driving adverse effects and all-cause deaths on an unprecedented scale.
Suddenly a few officials are offering apologies. Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Director of the US CDC, told us last week that they had got their pandemic response wrong.
Even Google owned YouTube is quietly changing its censorship policy. You are now allowed to post a video asserting that masks don’t work, previously your work would have been deleted. However, a school in mask-loving California called the police when a four year old took off his mask and refused to put it back on. He was taken home by the police and excluded from school for a week.
In the UK, the JCVI (Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation) advised the government to approve the new bivalent Moderna mRNA Covid vaccine. What were they thinking? They did so without adequate safety data, apparently on the basis that we have done it once and got away with it, so why not have another go? View a list of guilty JCVI members here.
An article in the Washington Post entitled “Your first brush with coronavirus could affect how a booster works” reprinted in Stuff illustrates just how far scientists are willing to go in order to retain their options to experiment on the general population.
The nuanced discussion claims that mRNA vaccines were initially spectacularly successful (???), but concedes that they no longer work because of immune system imprinting (aka original antigenic sin), and even goes as far as admitting they almost certainly won’t work in future.
Even so, it quotes scientists urging the development and use of revamped mRNA technology including bivalent vaccines, nasal vaccines, vaccines at birth, and vaccines tailored to individuals (none of which according to the article are likely to work very well, if at all).
Crucially the article makes no mention of adverse effects of RNA vaccination or rising excess all-cause deaths, instead scientists argue that the pandemic response has not worked but has been overall “a good thing”—an oxymoron. They must be really worried about the longevity of their research grants, but not so worried about the longevity of the world’s population.
The most memorable quote from the article is in the last sentence: Christian Gaebler, an assistant professor of clinical investigation at the Rockefeller University says:
“If someone says they fully understood this, they would be lying.”
Here in little New Zealand the penny has not yet dropped among the general public. Why would it? Over 90% of the population are Pfizer vaccinated and the unvaccinated have been publicly designated (by all political parties, the government, MSM, and academia) as terrorists determined to make the country ungovernable. Any public u-turn would be immensely embarrassing.
New Zealand has become party-central for government overreach. Herd-immunity, adverse effects of mRNA vaccination, and lab-leak theories have all been officially labelled by a government funded research institution as baseless conspiracy theories. MSM have elevated the charge to treason.
All three of these concepts are the subject of copious academic publishing and debate. Excluding them from public discussion or labelling them as false amounts to an attempt to subvert the scientific process. A couple of days ago Brett Sutton, Chief Medical Officer of the Australian state of Victoria, tweeted that the lab leak theory was proven false beyond doubt. He doesn’t appear to be following science publishing.
See for example this analysis which argues that recently published studies advocating a zoonotic origin of Covid-19 suffered from ascertainment bias. In other words, their case sampling concentrated around the Wuhan Seafood Market because scientists assumed from the outset that it must have begun there. As a result they omitted to cast a wider sampling net which might have disproved the theory. Statistically equivalent to asking only train drivers if they liked railways, then concluding that all people like railways.
From this point, any politician, media outlet, or health professional who continues to claim the universal safety and effectiveness of Covid vaccination and its applicability for the young has either neglected to inform themselves or they are being willfully misleading.
Anyone who casually blames climate change, holiday heart syndrome, or a host of other excuses for the rising rate of all cause deaths is not only barking up the wrong tree, but they are also confusing the public and obstructing the course of justice.
I am surprised New Zealand media reprinted the Washington Post article, it doesn’t fit with their prior publishing, but then again maybe the tide is beginning to turn even here. We are still waiting for a public discussion offering honest and complete information about risks in a form that can be readily understood.
Formerly a senior manager at Genetic ID a global food safety testing and certification company (now known as FoodChain ID)
Dr Guy Hatchard is a former senior manager at Genetic ID, food testing and certification company. This article was first published HERE