Earlier this year we warned that the vaccines being advertised as the solution to the Covid pandemic were not going to achieve their intended objective. More specifically, we cautioned that these pharmaceuticals were not going to offer adequate protection against Covid-19.
“Here is the truth: It is not possible to devise an effective vaccine for the type of virus that causes COVID-19. Why? For the very reason that AstraZeneca’s vaccine has failed in South Africa and will fail elsewhere as well. Coronavirus is a type of virus that mutates widely and because of that it is impossible to come up with a vaccination protocol that would stop its spread. Every bona fide virologist knows this. And yet the public has not been advised of this. Quite to the contrary, this crucial information has been actively suppressed.”
Our fears are unfortunately being confirmed in the United Kingdom (among other places). This is what we read in a piece that recently ran in the UK Telegraph:
“The NHS [the National Health Service] needs to brace itself for another difficult winter ahead, with the possibility of a further ‘very significant Covid surge,’ chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty has warned.”
The piece goes on to quote another British public health official, Professor Neil Ferguson, a leading Imperial College epidemiologist and government adviser, who said that Britain could see as many as 1,200 Covid deaths per day at some point this winter.
These are highly revealing – and damming – predictions as far as the efficacy of the current crop of vaccines is concerned. As you may know, Britain happens to be one of the world’s leading nations in the vaccination effort. Whatever you may think of the country, they managed to handle the logistics of this complex operation in a truly impressive fashion. Of its population of over sixty million people, 8 out of 10 adults have already received at least one shot and a substantial portion have already been fully vaccinated.
With the ever-increasing availability of shots and a growing number of innoculation centers, the British vaccination drive is accelerating further even as we speak. This means that when this year’s flu season arrives – which will be some five months from now – most of the British population will have been fully vaccinated. Certainly, the overwhelming proportion of the elderly and the vulnerable will have received the full course of their injections. Conservatively speaking, close to 70 percent of the British population will have been doubly jabbed come November this year. This by itself should be enough to confer herd immunity upon the British people and thus forestall another installment of the Covid pandemic on the British Isles.
But things get better yet. COVID has already had two big runs across Britain, and it has been estimated by experts at Oxford University that at this point nearly half of the population may have been exposed to the virus. Thus, about fifty percent of the small unvaccinated British remnant will nevertheless possess immunity against COVID. This means that the percentage of the population with either vaccinal or natural immunity should be more than eighty percent. Given this fact, Covid should not pose a significant threat to England this coming winter.
Why, then, would the country’s medical chiefs warn of another severe wave of COVID infections? This simply does not make sense.
Unless, that is, they do not want to tell us something they already know. It is not difficult to guess what it may be: the vaccines that are being administered en masse in Britain – and in other countries – will not protect populations from COVID-19.
If the vaccines were truly effective, nations like Britain that successfully managed to implement large-scale vaccination programs would not have to worry about new surges of Covid infections in winter months. But this is not their state of mind; they apparently expect the opposite to happen. Yet despite the obvious implication that the vaccines are ineffective, the governments continue to administer the hastily manufactured potions even though they know they will not confer the promised protection.