A few weeks ago, I was contacted by an entertainer I know in Europe who I’ll call “Gerhard”. Gerhard had a gig in the US and wanted to stop in New York to do a photo shoot. New York City isn’t the easiest place to conduct business these days, thanks to mayor DeBlasio’s vaccine mandate. Gerhard hadn’t wanted to take the covid vaccine but did it as a condition of working in his chosen profession, which requires frequent travel. Some of the people needed for his shoot had not been vaccinated, which could be a problem, so he cancelled the shoot. In the past, I had never had a conversation with Gerhard about anything outside the context of his performances. This time, he became thoughtful and asked me, regarding the vaccine, “are they trying to kill us?”
It was an interesting and sobering moment, and one that I’ve experienced several times in the past ten months. Friends and relatives suddenly lower their voice and whisper their concerns about recent events in the US and elsewhere. Thanks to widespread censorship and suppression of information, they know they aren’t supposed to talk about possible vaccine risks but they can’t help thinking about it.
My aunt is contemplating a trip to Germany to see her first grandson. Like Gerhard, she didn’t want to take the vaccine because she worried it was dangerous and didn’t work against covid. Still, she said, “I’ve lived a full life. If I should die now due to the vaccine, it wouldn’t be so bad, as long as I get to see my grandson.”
My aunt, like Gerhard, was aware of evidence that the so-called covid “vaccines” have many suspicious deaths and injuries attributed to them. The low end estimates come from the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). VAERS is a passive reporting system, meaning that it accepts reports but does not seek out incidents to report on. VAERS reporting is mandatory for health care professionals and vaccine manufacturers but there are reports from health care workers that they have been discouraged or prevented from reporting covid19 vaccine-related events to VAERS. Prior to recent suppression of information related to vaccine risks, VAERS was known to provide, at best, a very low minimum number for adverse events. According to one study, VAERS captures less than one percent of vaccine-related adverse events.
According to the CDC, the current number of Americans who have received at least one dose of a covid “vaccine” is 216,889,814. That is a lot of people. According to the National Vaccine Information Center, the 10/1/2021 release of VAERS data shows 16,310 covid19 vaccine-related deaths . That seems like a lot of deaths. However, if we divide the population by the number of reported vaccine deaths, we see that the percentage of Americans who have died in the VAERS report is relatively small, only .0075% of those who have received vaccine injections. That is less than one-hundredth of one percent. This is what we are told, or variations of this theme, by people who claim that the covid vaccines are “safe”. One variation comes from the CDC itself, which currently acknowledges 8,390 reports of death related to covid vaccines and a .0021% mortality rate. On that basis, the CDC asserts that death after vaccination is “rare”. We are supposed to think that “rare” means “safe”.
Rather than look at vaccination risk as the percentage of vaccinated persons who have died, let’s look at it as a ratio. The CDC reports mortality rates as the number of deaths per 100,000 population. Using that method of representing the data, the VAERS-reported covid vaccine mortality rate is 6.13 per 100,000 population. At that rate, death by covid vaccination would displace pneumonitis due to solids and liquids (5.8 deaths per 100,000) as the 15th leading cause of death in the United States. This figure, however, assumes a population of 328,239, 523. Since we are only concerned with the vaccinated population of the United States, a more accurate ratio is 9.27 per 100,000.
Keep in mind that the overall mortality rate for all causes combined is 869.7 per 100,000 population. That is 0.8697% of the total population of the United States, or less than one percent. In other words, no cause of death reaches 1% of the population in any given year. The closest any cause of death gets is heart disease, with 211.0 deaths per 100,000, or 0.21%. Also, the covid vaccines haven’t been available for 12 months yet, so we are comparing 10 months of covid vaccine data against 12 months of data for other causes of death. As people continue to get vaccinated over the next two months, mortality is almost certain to rise.
According to the most current VAERS report, there were 23,712 permanent disabilities and 17,618 life-threatening injuries attributed to the covid vaccines out of a total 922,073 adverse incidents. That is a serious injury rate of 19.05 per 100,000 population. For perspective on this, in a 2013 study on sports-related injuries that occurred between 1999-2008, the annual life-threatening injury rate was 42.73 per 100,000 population for all sports combined. One could say then, that vaccines are less dangerous than every kind of sport put together, but that only works if you leave out the vaccine mortality rate. Combining the deaths and serious injuries attributed to covid “vaccines”, it is fair to wonder whether they are worth the risk.
The reason we are given for “vaccination” is that the vaccine protects us against covid. More specifically, it reduces transmission and symptoms. The problem with this argument is that almost every piece of data connected to the vaccines is heavily censored, suppressed, or propagandized. It is one thing to say that covid19 has caused 711,020 deaths, as the CDC does on their site as of today, and quite another to believe it. Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson took a look at this situation in Colorado and discovered that fully half of the deaths attributed to covid could not have been caused by covid. More than that, it was questionable how many of the remainder were caused by covid. Because of the way deaths were recorded, there was no way to tell. She is not the only person to discover reporting discrepancies that have the potential to wipe out over 90% of the total deaths attributed to covid by the CDC. Some of the examples cited by Attkisson include a man who shot his wife and then himself, a man who died of cancer, and two people who weren’t dead, all listed as covid deaths. The reason is that people were listed as dying because of covid if they tested positive for covid in the previous 28 days, no matter if their head was missing due to a traffic accident or any other “underlying cause”.
Here is the context: we are told that the vaccine is “safe” but we know that isn’t true because there have been significant numbers of deaths and injuries attributed to the vaccines. We are told that despite the risks, the vaccine is better than covid, which has a much a higher mortality rate. Except, we don’t know what that mortality rate is due to deceptive reporting practices. It is possible that the risk of death from covid is only slightly more elevated than dying of the vaccine. It might even be less. There is no way to know because information on vaccine-related injuries has been actively suppressed while covid death numbers have been exaggerated for use as propaganda. The net result is that vaccine deaths are almost certainly higher than any official has yet acknowledged, while covid deaths are almost certainly much lower. The lack of knowledge is compounded by active censorship designed to promote vaccines. The effect of that is to make official numbers even less trustworthy. Despite this, we are asked to take a chance on the vaccine because of the low risk it poses.
When speaking of probabilities, such as the conservative estimate of a 1:13,298 chance of dying from the vaccine, it is important to consider what a “chance” is. If you roll a 6-sided die, there is a 1:6 chance it will land on any given number. However, if you don’t roll it, there is zero chance of rolling any number. In the same way, if you were to play Russian roulette with a six-shooter pistol loaded with one bullet, you have a 1:6 chance of firing the bullet at yourself, or a 5:6 chance of striking an empty chamber. Again, if you don’t play, you risk nothing. Now picture a gun with 13,298 chambers, one of which is loaded. If you played Russian roulette with this gun, your chance of killing yourself would be very small. If you didn’t play, there would be no risk. However, what if the government forced 13,298 people to play with the same gun? Then, one person would definitely die.
When our government tells us that every citizen, even babies, must accept the covid “vaccines”, they are effectively forcing every man, woman, and child to play Russian roulette with a very big gun. No one can know in advance who will die as a result, but it is a certainty that thousands will die. This is the chance we are told we must take. The incentive is that at the individual level our chances of shooting ourselves is very low but from the government’s perspective, they intend to fire every one of those bullets. Are they trying to kill us? Yes, they are.
Matthew 7:15-20 (NKJV)
15 “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. 16 You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thorn bushes or figs from thistles? 17 Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. 18 A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. 19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. 20 Therefore by their fruits you will know them.