Official UK Government data strongly suggests that the Covid-19 vaccinated population are developing some new form of Covid-19 vaccine induced acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. …
Pfizer claim that their Covid-19 mRNA injection has a vaccine effectiveness of 95%. They were able to claim this because of a simple calculation … performed on the number of infections confirmed amongst the vaccinated group and the not-vaccinated group during the earliest stages of the still ongoing clinical trials.
Now, thanks to a wealth of data published by the UK Health Security Agency we are able to use the same calculation that was used to calculate 95% effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine, to calculate the real world effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccines …
Details of calculations:
U = No. of Cases among the unvaccinated
V = No. of Cases among the fully vaccinated
U – V / U = Vaccine Effectiveness
However in order to calculate the immune system performance we need to perform a slightly different calculation that divides the answer to U – V by the largest of the number of cases among either the unvaccinated or fully vaccinated. Therefore, the calculation for a positive immune system performance is U – V / U. Whilst the calculation for a negative immune system performance is U – V / V.
The results are unexpectedly bad for the vaccine advocates:
The following graph illustrates the overall immune system performance among all age groups in England over the past 5 months:
Vaccine effectiveness went negative for all age groups except the under-18s for delta, and for all age groups for omicron. Some people are in the vaccine honeymoon, so the effect must be even more negative for those out of the honeymoon.
The first booster shots were administered in week 37 of 2021, and this graph illustrates clearly how they provided a boost in vaccine effectiveness in the following two months. But unfortunately it also shows how short lived this boost was with the effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccines falling to frightening levels between week 49 and 52.
Negative vaccine effectiveness means you are more likely to catch covid if you take the vaccine, compared to being unvaccinated.
Note that these results are for rates of catching covid among the vaccinated or unvaccinated, so are not effected by the increasing proportion of the population that is vaccinated.
The real-world effectiveness of the Covid-19 injections wanes significantly in a short amount of time, but unfortunately for the vaccinated population, rather than the immune system returning to the same state it was prior to vaccination, the immune system performance begins to rapidly decline making it inferior to that of the unvaccinated.
Now the official UK Government data proves that a booster dose of the vaccine can give a short term boost to the immune system of the vaccinated, but unfortunately this same data shows that the immune system performance then begins to decline even faster than it was prior to the booster dose being given.
This data therefore suggests that the vaccinated population will now require an endless cycle of booster shots to boost their immune systems to a point where it does not fail but is inferior to that of the unvaccinated population.
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is a condition that leads to the loss of immune cells and leaves individuals susceptible to other infections and the development of certain types of cancers. In other words, it completely decimates the immune system.
Therefore, could we be seeing some new form of Covid-19 vaccine induced acquired immunodeficiency syndrome?
Only time will tell, but judging by the current figures it looks like we will only need to wait a matter of weeks to find out.
Read it all for the gory details.
This spells the end of the vaccine route. Ivermectin, you will be allowed in the West soon — unless big pharma can convince the bureaucrats to give them a monopoly on antiviral drugs, and only sell us mega-expensive ones.