‘Hard to Believe’

It’s been a while since I look in earnest at Hesedyahu’s vaccine stance. A few days ago they posted something; I figured it could be worth examining both what they had to say and the available facts. Where I am quoting Hesedyahu, their text shall be in purple.

I keep hearing the warnings. And I don’t know what to do with them. These cover issues that I have no firsthand knowledge of, but the clarion alarm keeps ringing out: the people who have been injected with the experimental gene therapy treatment erroneously called “covid vaccines” are at serious risk in terms of future health. Some people predict severe health outcomes. Others predict death. People say that certain serious ailments are turning up at hospitals from people previously injected. They claim that autumn to winter may be terrible in terms of the human cost of the experiment with our genes and cells.

My skeptical side steps in. I can’t trust many predictions because I don’t know about the hidden world inside the body or the microscopic world in general and I find it harder and harder to trust people on any side of the covid injection debate. Although I can look at evidence from the past to make conclusions on the past or the present, what evidence can I ask for about the future that would give me so solid a conviction?

Both sides of the debate have made many predictions, and many people in the past have made predictions on other issues. Although some come to pass, many fail. So how could I put all my eggs in one basket and say “Yes, many of the injected people are gonna die or be horribly affected by their foolish choice to take part in an experience that has already negatively impacted millions with only promises of invisible rewards?” I can already look at the fuzzy data from the past, videos and reports from those injured from the injections and the relatives of those who died after having one of the injection and see evidence provided by hostile witnesses, such as the MHRA and the CDC, in order to draw the conclusion that these injections are not safe. I already have reports from hostile witnesses, like the mainstream media that appears to be backed by the pharmaceutical industry or influenced by them, that many places with high rates of people being injected with the experimental formula have had “outbreaks” of positive results from a technique that doesn’t test for infection or infectiousness, the accursed RT-PCR procedure. Just to add, there is no such thing as an outbreak of positive test results. But there are still hospitalisations and deaths related to the unreliable PCR procedure after ignorant human lab rats have been injected. So the injections are not effective either.

A few points of emphasis, boldened by myself. The vaccines aren’t gene therapy. They are not altering our genetic code. Even if they did, it would be erroneous to say they offer only the promise of benefits.

Let’s take a look at some data from the UK’s Office of National Statistics, or ONS:

In England, between 2 January and 2 July 2021, there were 51,281 deaths involving coronavirus (COVID-19); 640 occurred in people who were fully vaccinated, which includes people who had been infected before they were vaccinated.

The risk of death involving COVID-19 was consistently lower for people who had received two vaccinations compared to one or no vaccination, as shown by the weekly age-standardised mortality rates (ASMRs) for deaths involving COVID-19.

“Breakthrough cases” are where infection has occurred in someone who is fully vaccinated, whereas we define a “breakthrough death” as a death involving COVID-19 that occurred in someone who had received both vaccine doses and had a first positive PCR test at least 14 days after the second vaccination dose; in total, there were 256 breakthrough deaths between 2 January and 2 July 2021.

Let’s pause for a moment. 51,281 Covid-19 deaths between 2 Jan and 2 July. Of these, 640 were fully vaccinated and 256 became infected after being fully vaccinated. If we take the 640 figure, 1.25% of Covid-19 deaths in that period were among vaccinated people. Among the ones infected after vaccination, that percentage drops to 0.5%.

The difference, percentage-wise, between the vaccinated deaths and unvaccinated deaths, is anywhere from 7912% to 19931%. Below is a table lifted from the same article that might bring things into a clearer focus:

Vaccination statusDeaths involving
COVID-19 deaths
as percent of
all deaths
All deaths regardless of vaccination status51,281214,70119.3
Unvaccinated 38,96465,17037.4
Deaths within 21 days of first dose4,38814,26523.5
Deaths 21 days or more after first dose 7,28966,5339.9
Deaths within 21 days of second dose18211,4701.6
Deaths 21 days or more after second dose 45857,2630.8

Source: Office for National Statistics – National Immunisation Management Service, NHS Test and Trace

So, with that in mind, Hesedyahu’s next sentence appears less compelling:

So the injections are not safe and they are not effective with regards to alleged “infection and transmission” or hospitalisations and deaths.

There’s nothing ‘alleged’ about this. Covid-19 is out there and vaccines have provided a means of dramatically reducing deaths from the virus, and also in reducing hospital visits. They also help to contain the disease.

To look at this another way, the Yellow Card Scheme site, that allows people to report possible side-effects of the vaccines, reports that

… between 9 December 2020 and 8 September 2021 there were 1,645 deaths where the person died shortly after receiving one of the coronavirus vaccines. This is the number of deaths reported as possibly linked to a vaccine, however they will not have been fully investigated at the time of reporting and a report is not proof of causation. So, the numbers are likely to be a big overestimate. The MHRA follow up all such reports and use other sources of evidence such as the numbers of individuals who would be expected to experience different events irrespective of vaccination.

The Yellow Card Scheme data, by contrast, give an important early warning about possible deaths relating to COVID-19 vaccinations, and form a basis for further investigations. However, the numbers don’t show confirmed cases of deaths linked to the vaccines and should not be used for this purpose. Many of these deaths will actually have had other causes, which explains why these numbers are so much higher than the deaths registrations.

Emphasis mine.

So, in a period of several months the number of claimed deaths from the vaccines is 1,645. 48,370,000 people in the UK had received at least one dose of a vaccine in that time. This means that in a worst-case scenario, 0.003% of people to receive the vaccine died as a result. Data on the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths in the same time period is proving a little difficult to work out, but on a global basis the percentage of deaths from the virus itself is around 3.4%. If we applied this to the UK, and then applied this to the number of people to have received at least one jab, the death toll would be 1,644,580 – that’s right, 1.6 million. That is nearly a ten thousand percent difference.

I can understand questioning things and I can understand the uncertainty around the pandemic, but some things are obvious.

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