While more and more countries are promoting so-called “booster” vaccinations and even want to make them mandatory, the World Health Organization (WHO) is criticizing them. There is “no evidence” that these offer “any greater protection” for healthy people.
A comment by Heinz Steiner
The World Health Organization made the decision of the UK government questionedTo distribute hundreds of millions of booster vaccinations to the population, and claims there is “no evidence” that these vaccinations would provide “greater protection” for the healthy. Apparently it has also got through to the WHO that there is little point in “boosting” healthy people with experimental vaccines that are not geared towards the currently circulating variants anyway.
UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid said the country has secured an additional 114 million doses of vaccine for 2022 and 2023 to “buy time” and will offer vaccinations to all over 18s by the end of January. Dr. Mike Ryan, director of the WHO emergency program, questioned the rationale behind this decision. “At the moment, to my knowledge, there is no evidence that boosting the entire population would inevitably offer greater protection for otherwise healthy people from hospitalization and death”, he said.
The British still want to vaccinate more children
Ryan also noted that the UK is in the “luxury position” of being able to offer booster vaccinations to its entire population, as many poorer countries do not even have vaccines to give everyone a dose. Here you can see that the WHO continues to push for these experimental vaccines to be distributed across the globe.
The UK health authorities, meanwhile, have taken up the Omicron variant to urge more children to be vaccinated. This is strange, as the variant is known to cause only “mild” symptoms, especially in younger populations. Experts argue that it is dangerous to dismiss Omicron as “mild” because South Africa has a very young population (average age 27 years) and we do not know how the disease will affect the elderly. They say the solution is to vaccinate more younger people. That makes perfect sense … doesn’t it?
Are such “booster vaccinations” dangerous?
If you consider that the official WHO data already show tons of side effects, many people are asking themselves how such “subscription solutions” with booster vaccinations can work at all. We are talking about the fact that these experimental vaccines (critical medical professionals correctly call the mRNA syringes “gene therapy”) cause damage for several weeks after each administration. For example, the immune system is affected by the vaccines. The result: More and more people could die of actually simple diseases. Not to mention all the side effects (see WHO report or VAERS).
If you also consider that governments are happy to recommend Pfizer mRNA vaccines for such “booster” shots, even though this big pharma company and the US FDA had known about the many side effects since the beginning of the year, it turns out also the question of why there is a push for further administration around the world. Does one act according to the motto: The western world is largely vaccinated, now it is the turn of the poor and emerging countries before the whole spook is over? A rogue who thinks evil. Because in Africa, for example, there are hardly any Covid problems – but if you weaken the immune defense with the experimental vaccines, you could make tens of millions of people susceptible to the many pathogens there.