Risks outweigh benefits of COVID-19 vaccines

Norman Fenton, professor of Risk Information Management at Queen Mary University of London, sifted through the government’s statistics to see if he could “determine the overall risk-benefit of COVID-19 vaccines.” He compared the all-cause mortality rates between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated in each age group.

“If COVID is as dangerous as claimed and if the vaccine is as effective as claimed, we should by now have seen many more COVID-related deaths among the unvaccinated than the vaccinated. If the vaccine is as safe as claimed, then there should have been very few more deaths from causes unrelated to COVID among the vaccinated than the unvaccinated. So, the count of all-cause deaths should be higher among the unvaccinated than the vaccinated, confirming that the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks,” he said.

What he found was the opposite. He saw that all-cause mortality is higher among the vaccinated than the unvaccinated. In contrast, countries with a lot of viral spread saw much less damaging effects of the vaccine.

No matter how they try to explain it, the spike protein in the vaccine erodes the body’s vital infrastructure, weakening the vascular system and killing healthy cells. The knock-on effects of this attack can be any of the ailments that evolve from a pathogen-ravaged system and can include cardiac arrest, stroke, pulmonary embolism, autoimmunity and others. (Related: Whistleblower: Pfizer and research partner falsified COVID-19 vaccine trials data.)

The one thing that millions of people have in common since the abnormal death rates soared against the expected average is the number of people that have been given experimental shots, which have no long-term safety data.

The official Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data showed that the consequences of mass experimental vaccination showed a shockingly steep rise in the number of deaths due to abnormal unidentified causes.

This is consistent with the many stories from nurses and healthcare workers reporting about patients presenting “oddball” symptoms that elude traditional diagnosis. This should not be surprising as the spike proteins in the vaccines can attack the vascular system and create a deluge of more cardiovascular, neurological and immunological diseases.

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