Overall death rates higher in the vaccinated:
While the vaccinated have a lower short-term death rate from covid infection than the unvaccinated, the numbers involved are a fraction of the infection rate and the risk of death is low for both the vaccinated and the unvaccinated, especially for those under 60 years old. This is shown in the following table of data per 100,000 people from the UK Covid-19 vaccine surveillance report of Week 5:
Unvaccinated death rates from covid are higher in the short term, but…
Being vaccinated against covid is far more dangerous than being unvaccinated, because each covid infection brings with it the chance of becoming ‘long covid’. Between 30% and 50% of people infected with covid have symptoms that persist for months. Common symptoms are ‘brain fog’, disturbed sleep, shortness of breath, lethargy and micro-clotting in the lungs. Acute neurological disorders occur in many patients, and one-third of covid survivors have reduced brain function. Autopsies of people who have died from covid show brain inflammation markers that type for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
So, using the 50 to 58 year old age group as an example, vaccination will stop about 10 deaths per week per one hundred thousand people. But there will be an extra 1,768 cases of covid infection in that cohort, with a consequent extra 884 cases of ‘long covid’ with damaged organs and shortened lives.
The organ damage will be in the same manner of the hepatitis C virus, which causes liver fibrosis and in turn liver cancer in 5% of the infected. Except that the spike protein from the virus binds to the ACE 2 receptor which is widely spread through the body. It also affects the linings of the heart, the pericardium and the myocardium, and will contribute to heart attacks.
In terms of relative effect, if those extra 884 cases caused by vaccination each lose an average of three years of life due to being long covid, then that is 2,652 person-years of life lost. Assuming an average life expectancy of 80 years, then that is 33 lives lost, far outweighing the benefit of a lower short term death rate.
So, in summary, vaccination causes a higher covid infection rate than remaining unvaccinated, a higher total death rate, and does not reduce transmission of the disease. Vaccination for covid has been an experiment and the results are in — it’s a failure.
Vaccination permanently weakens your immune system:
It is difficult to vaccinate against coronaviruses, because they mutate so rapidly. The higher infection rate of the vaccinated is explained by ‘original antigenic sin’, in which the immune system is tuned to produce antibodies against the shape of the spike protein in the vaccine injected. If a person’s immune system is challenged by a newly mutated variant of covid, it produces antibodies shaped to defeat the spike proteins of the vaccine, not of the new variant. Whereas the unvaccinated person’s immune system is free to make antibodies against the spike protein of the new variant.
People vaccinated against covid have had their immune systems permanently weakened against covid, although the data from Week 5 of 2022 in the graph above suggests that the effect may weaken with time. …
Vaccination has lead to the worst national outcomes (USA, western Europe, and Israel):
Vaccines for covid have been available for over a year now and the results of the strategies of different countries are available. Those results show that the countries that are most heavily vaccinated have the highest infection and death rates. This is exemplified by Israel, which has now mandated a fourth booster shot. This graph shows the weekly death rate per million head of population for Israel for the last two years: