COVID-19 – THE “VACCINE”
Is the Government “telling the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth” about the Covid-19 vaccination program?
This is my understanding of the Covid-19 ‘vaccination’ and its effects.
It is based on a wide ranging study of the evidence from research undertaken overseas, as well as people in New Zealand who are taking a critical thinking approach to what is happened around the pandemic.
- The Covid-19 inoculations are not a vaccine
- A vaccine stimulates the immune system to recognise and destroy a disease organism.
- A vaccine thus gives you immunity – the elimination of the disease organism before it can affect you, preventing you from being infected and infectious.
- The Covid-19 mRNA inoculations give protection against the effects of the virus, reducing symptoms and the severity of reactions to the presence of the virus.
- It does not stop you been infected and infectious, and thus spreading the virus.
- It is an experimental approach that has not been used on a whole of population basis before, and does not prevent the spread of the virus through a population.
- The inoculation is essentially a treatment method, as a pre-treatment before getting the disease.
- Covid-19 is a coronavirus, like the common colds, and because there is a relative balance between these viruses and us, our immune system does not fully eliminate these viruses, rather suppresses their effects.
- A vaccine to eliminate this unusually severe cold virus, through immune system response, is thus a difficult task.
- The mRNA approach is untested in terms of its effects on the immune system, especially the developing system of young people and the compromised immune system of pregnant women. Its side-effects are only being discovered through its whole population use.
- Its effectiveness also reduces over time, having only a short term protection effect. After about six-months people are back to their original unprotected state.