We think that we have passed the C-19 pandemic, and everything is okay. But, this is the period where we have to tell the world population how bad the vaccines are.
Things are bad in Europe.
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The UK data showed that vaccinated kids from 10-14 are dying at an alarming rate. The data shows that triple-vaccinated children are dying at a rate of 45 times more than normal.
The UK government’s official data shows they made a huge mistake. https://t.co/ey01f7ebK7
— Stevie Atherton (@steviatherton) July 15, 2022
Kids aged 10 to 14 are dying at a rate 45 times higher than normal
If the UK numbers are accurate, they need to halt the vaccines for ages 10 to 14 immediately because it is raising ACM for kids by a factor of 45 (G12/G5).
In other words, the vaccines are the most dangerous intervention in human history for this age group. It makes COVID look like rounding error:
COVID: 5% ACM increase
COVID vaccine: 4400% ACM increase
The UK government can’t have their cake and eat it too.
They have to make a decision. They must decide whether their numbers are garbage or whether to stop the vaccine for ages 10 to 14. Either way they decide, it’s a huge embarrassment for the UK government.
The right decision is to admit the truth that both are true: their numbers are fraudulent and they shouldn’t be vaccinating kids without data showing a clear benefit and their data shows the opposite.. That’s what I would do if I were in charge.
The UK government has failed its people miserably.
The Guardian reported:
The UK has the highest death toll in Europe in absolute terms, according to Our World in Data, and a death rate of 2,689 per million people. This rate is lower than the rates in Hungary, Italy or Poland but higher than the rates of Spain (2,295 per million), France (2,230) and Germany (1,704), according to figures from Our World In Data up to 12 July.
The UK’s excess mortality rate is also higher than other European averages, running at 2,098 per million people, almost twice that of Germany’s (1,117), according to Our World in Data.
Experts say the figures, though likely to be an undercount, reflect the impact of political decisions taken early in the pandemic. “Many people died from Covid in March and April 2020 where it was not recorded on the death certificate – probably in excess of 10,000. This underreporting was largely due to deaths in care homes when GPs were unable to get tests to confirm Covid,” said Paul Hunter, a professor in medicine at the University of East Anglia.