The introduction of the COVID-19 vaccines was heralded as a panacea and a surefire way to restore normalcy. Unfortunately, this has not been the case, and in fact there is growing evidence that these shots may be more dangerous than helpful. Studies have revealed that there is no macro epidemiological evidence that these vaccines have saved any lives from the virus. In fact, over 70% of 6.75 million recorded COVID deaths occurred after shots were administered globally.
The danger of these jabs does not stop there; a recent survey estimated 278,000 Americans died of reactions to the jabs as of December 18th 2021; extrapolations suggest this could be 7.5 million fatalities worldwide since their introduction – even more than those recorded due to COVID itself! Severe adverse events are estimated at one million nationwide with an additional 2-3+million less severe injuries reported; these numbers could increase significantly over time as long term effects become known and booster doses continue being administered around the world.
This begs the question, why are we so quick to accept these supposed life savers without examining all the facts? What’s worse is that governments are now enforcing mandatory vaccination for certain professions and activities such as travel or going back to school – we must ask if it really is worth taking such a gamble with our lives just to “get back to normal”? Moreover, who should bear responsibility for those affected by bad batches or incorrect administration?
These vaccines are being touted as our saving grace when in reality they may prove more hazardous than beneficial in the long run; especially considering many countries still don’t have access or resources required for widespread distribution. Perhaps governments should focus on improving public health alongside providing alternate treatments instead of relying solely on an unproven shot which may do more harm than good? We must take into account both short and long-term consequences before making any hasty decisions which could adversely affect millions of lives across the globe.