Vaccinated English adults under 60 are dying at twice the rate of unvaccinated people the same age

Vaccinated English adults under 60 are dying at twice the rate of unvaccinated people the same age. By Alex Berenson.

The brown line represents weekly deaths from all causes of vaccinated people aged 10-59, per 100,000 people.

The blue line represents weekly deaths from all causes of unvaccinated people per 100,000 in the same age range.

 

 

I have checked the underlying dataset myself and this graph is correct.

Vaccinated people under 60 are twice as likely to die as unvaccinated people. And overall deaths in Britain are running well above normal.

I don’t know how to explain this other than vaccine-caused mortality.

The latest from the British Government:

“N antibody levels appear to be lower in people who acquire infection following two doses of vaccination.”

Covid vaccines will prevent you from acquiring full immunity, even if you are infected and recover:

What the British are saying is they are now finding the vaccine interferes with your body’s innate ability after infection to produce antibodies against not just the spike protein but other pieces of the virus. Specifically, vaccinated people don’t seem to be producing antibodies to the nucleocapsid protein, the shell of the virus, which are a crucial part of the response in unvaccinated people.

This means vaccinated people will be far more vulnerable to mutations in the spike protein even after they have been infected and recovered once (or more than once, probably).

It also means the virus is likely to select for mutations that go in exactly that direction, because those will essentially give it an enormous vulnerable population to infect. And it probably is still more evidence the vaccines may interfere with the development of robust long-term immunity post-infection.

Finally, here’s a paper suggesting that mRNA in vaccines might be able to get into human DNA after all.

We shouldn’t have tinkered with a complicated system we didn’t fully understand, even if it did make politicians and Pfizer shareholders happy. We should have stuck to anti-virals we knew were safe, like ivermectin.

hat-tip Stephen Neil