Something to Worry About #1

…The evidence the vaccination works is literally overwhelming, there’s no doubt about it at all. And by the way, Pfizer and Astra Zeneca are both excellent vaccines, as is Moderna and other vaccines. So you’ve got a situation where once you really take this out to people and say to them, look at the data, it’s clear, vaccination works, the absence of vaccination, your failure to get vaccinated doesn’t just put you at risk; this is what is important, in a way, if this were just a personal decision for people, and you get vaccinated, you don’t get vaccinated, that its you who suffers if you don’t. But it’s not you who suffers if you don’t, simply, it’s also other people. And there are people who are unvaccinated, they come into contact with people, even those who are vaccinated now, they can still transmit the disease, and if those people have got a serious underlying condition, they can actually die as a result of that. So, you know, I think I understand people’s objections but at some point you’ve got to say to people, look, the evidence, not just from Britain but from around the world, is crystal clear, there’s no serious person disputing it, and to get vaccinated is actually part of your, it’s almost part of your civic duty.

Tony Blair

It seems unwise for an organisation desperate to win hearts and minds to put a war criminal on Sky TV to do the job. Bliar (sic) is possibly the most despised politician known to Brits.

Here is a chart of data that you can find on Worldometer. As with everything Covidian, data accuracy isn’t guaranteed – but it is clear.

Deaths from respiratory illnesses are low during the summer (weeks 27 to 39) and begin to rise when autumn arrives. With enough imagination, one could list a number of explanations for the peculiar 2021 trajectory. One being “the vaccines don’t work” – in the sense of preventing infection, illness and death. (Gene therapies and injected operating systems are not vaccines.)   

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