How plausible is it to say that a vaccine is “safe and effective” when all the newspapers are now full of reports of “vaccination breakthroughs” and “waning immunization protection”? Exactly – not very. How credible are campaigns for the 3rd booster vaccination when at the same time the state press agency APA announces that they are now looking for 5,000 volunteers to research the effects and side effects of this vaccination? Decide for yourself.
A comment by Willi Huber
On November 8, 2021, the APA news agency announced, and with it all the media copying there, such as the ORF and Vienna Online: In Vienna 5,000 volunteers are wanted for a large “booster study”. The director of the study is Daniel Aletaha, head of the Clinical Department for Rheumatology at the University Clinic for Internal Medicine III at MedUni Vienna. “We want to know how many people show vaccine reactions and side effects and in what way, and how well they develop antibodies,” the media quoted the man as saying. A thinker could scratch his head and ask: But if we do not yet know which vaccine reactions and side effects occur, how can one speak of “effective and safe”? And beyond that, why is the booster vaccination being advertised so vehemently everywhere?
This is also the aim of the study: to find out which vaccine combinations are most effective and safest in building up vaccination protection against the coronavirus, and which people generally respond better or worse to the vaccination.
Such studies should not take place BEFORE a vaccination campaign
A medically educated person who has had to learn the history of vaccines from the beginning may now ask: “Shouldn’t such studies be done before blindly injecting vaccines into the whole population?”But someone like that would be insulted by the taxpayer-bribed media mainstream as“ oaths ”,“ deniers ”and“ right-wing extremists ”. In times like these, you can’t just ask the most obvious, logical questions. Belief in government still comes before science, medical experience, and logic.
Also no reasonable data on cross vaccination
For the sake of completeness, it should be mentioned that there are of course no large-scale studies on how different vaccinations interact with each other. (The largest study we have found is Liu et al. (2021), 426 adults, immune response after Astrazeneca / Pfizer cross-vaccination. The authors of the study have received money from AstraZeneca and Pfizer in the past.) So it is hardly surprising that the said The study found that cross-vaccination was very effective and, according to the authors, there were no serious side effects. (“How high the risk of rare side effects is in comparison cannot be said with the available data.”)
No interaction studies
All of this should come as no surprise, as there are no meaningful studies on which interactions occur with other drugs, how the vaccinations work in people with a weakened immune system and what the effect is on pregnant or breastfeeding women. All of this can be found at the manufacturers. But politicians obviously know a lot more than the manufacturers and can blow medical half and misinformation into the world in their advertising campaigns, as it is funny. This was still forbidden by law until 2021, and is actually still prohibited today, but this is no longer so important at a time when politics in general and intentionally no longer feels bound by the constitution or laws.
Absurd vaccination recommendations everywhere, without measure or goal
It really doesn’t matter, regardless of the fact that there has never been a vaccination in the history of medicine that was imposed on the whole world after just a year. Especially when you consider that the original study data from Pfizer / Biontech were apparently partially falsified or at least flawed (“Falsified data” – Pfizer vaccine studies are said to be flawed or falsified). There are lively vaccination tips everywhere, for example at vital.de: Under no circumstances should you stop your medication before a vaccination. Chemotherapy or cancer would not be a problem for safety. The reason for the “security” is also mentioned: The Federal Ministry of Health writes online about this: Interactions between drugs and one of the approved vaccines are not known according to the current state of knowledge. Nobody cares that this is because there are no studies and the manufacturers openly admit this. Even netdoktor.at plays it safe and writes: Possible interactions with other drugs or the simultaneous administration of other vaccines has not yet been systematically investigated.
Pfizer / Biontech Safety Advisories
Even if we have already quoted it in several articles, it cannot be quoted often enough (Pfizer / Biontech on October 18, 2021):
- The efficacy, safety, and immunogenicity of the vaccine have not been studied in immunocompromised individuals, including those receiving immunosuppressive therapy. The effectiveness of COMIRNATY® may be less in immunosuppressed people.
- There is limited experience with the use of COMIRNATY® in pregnant women. The administration of COMIRNATY® during pregnancy should only be considered if the potential benefits outweigh the potential risks for the mother and the unborn child.
- It is not known whether COMIRNATY® passes into breast milk.
- Interactions with other medicinal products or the simultaneous administration of COMIRNATY® with other vaccines have not been investigated.
What is it that is “effective and safe”?
Like a prayer wheel, the propaganda rang out across all channels that “all approved vaccinations would be effective and safe”. What is exciting in this context is the fact that almost all vaccines except Pfizer / Biontech have now been sidelined almost completely. But no medium, no politician has withdrawn the claim “effectively and safely”. This is understandable, because such an admission of guilt would later be used against you in court. If you continue undeterred, you can later refer to “I didn’t know”, “I would never have guessed” and “I relied on the others”.