Are COVID vaccines failing? Recent statistics from Scotland seem to tell us so.

When the COVID vaccines were approved as experimental for emergency use one week after the U.S. 2020 election the claim was that they were 05% effective in preventing COVID, a result that seemed too good to be true, since flu vaccines, fully approved were only about 50% effective, even if they had guessed right on the strain of the year. So, vaccines started to be administered at a breathtaking rate. The initial response seemed to be very good. But their evvectiveness vaned ofer time, so a booster seemed necessary, still experimental.

The original claim: If you are vaccinated you will not get COVID. Recent statistics from Scotland seems to indicate otherwise:

Truth: The vaccinated get COVID at a higher rate than the unvaccinated

Claim number two: If people still get COVID after vaccination they will rarely get hospitalized. Recent results from Scotland:

The truth: Hospitalizations are on the increase for immunized people getting COVID. Which leads to

Claim number three: If you are fully vaccinated and still get COVID and still get hospitalized your risk of dying is greatly reduced, Even that is not true according to latest statistics from Scotland.

The truth: With the new Omicron variant people seem to die at the same or higher rate if vaccinated.

In addition there has been over 20,000 deaths occurring after vaccine injections. It is time to halt all COVID vaccinations until a thorough analysis of all vaccine related deaths has been performed. Since the death rate is still less than one in ten thousand the vulnerable should still be allowed to be vaccinated until we have developed a true prophylactic/therapeutic. There are many candidates: Ivermectin, HCQ, Regeneron. Pfizer and Moderna work on what I cal Pfizermectin and Modernactin. They work the same way as Ivermectin but use different acting molecules, more specific for the current strain of COVID, so they may work even better and cost a lot more, so they will be approved quickly.

Some thoughts on the horrendous murders in a historic church in Charleston, S.C.

DylannThomasAfter the horrendous murders at the historical Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina 17 June, President Obama said early the next day at the White House. “At some point, we as a country will have to reckon with the fact that this kind of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries.

Not to be outdone Hillary Clinton said at the beginning of scheduled remarks at the annual National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials conference in Las Vegas: “We have to face hard truths about race, violence, guns and division,” and then continued: “How many innocent people in our country from little children, church members to movie theater attendees, how many people do we need to see cut down before we act?

The Nordic countries  have very strict gun-laws, and the murder rate from guns is much lower than in the U.S. Yet , they have had their fair share of mass murders,

Scotland, population 5.1 million.
Shortly after 9 a.m. on March 13, 1996, Thomas Hamilton, a 43-year-old former Scout leader, burst into the gymnasium of a primary school in the tranquil Scottish town of Dunblane.
Within minutes 15 children aged five and six had died in a hail of bullets. One died later in hospital. Their teacher, Gwen Mayor, a 44-year-old mother of two, died in the attack, reportedly while trying to shield her pupils. Two other teachers were also seriously injured while heroically trying to protect children. Hamilton turned one of his four handguns on himself and was found dead at the scene.
Norway, population 5.1 million
OSLO — A lone political extremist bombed the government center here on Friday, killing 7 people, the police said, before heading to an island summer camp for young members of the governing Labor Party and killing at least 80 people. The police arrested a 32-year-old Norwegian man, Anders Behring Breivik, in connection with both attacks, the deadliest on Norwegian soil since World War II. Breivik was at first accused of being a fundamentalist Christian, but as the investigation started it was established he was bent on reestablishing Nordic Pride including the Nordic Gods and the time-old traditions.
Finland, population 5.3 million.

on November 7, 2007, at Jokela High School in the municipality of Tuusula, Finland, a gunman, 18-year-old student Pekka-Eric Auvinen, entered the school armed with a semi-automatic pistol. He killed eight people and wounded one person in the toe before shooting himself in the head; eleven others were also injured by flying shattered glass. Auvinen died later that evening in a Helsinki hospital.
He described himself as “a cynical existentialist, antihuman humanist, antisocial social darwinist [sic], realistic idealist and godlike atheist”

A year later, on September 23, 2008, at the Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences[4] in Western Finland, a gunman, 22-year-old student Matti Juhani Saari, shot and fatally injured ten people with a Walther P22 semi-automatic pistol, before shooting himself in the head. He died a few hours later in Tampere (Tammerfors) University Hospital. One woman was injured.

Here are 4 horrendous shooting murders in very civilized and advanced countries in less than 20 years. The population of U.S. is 20 times larger than the combined population of Scotland, Norway and Finland. To have the same frequency of horrendous murders the U.S. should expect 80 mass murders in 20 years, of about 4 a year.

The common thread of these mass murders is that they occur in gun-free environments.  Obama’s assertion is therefore false, Hillary’s call for action is even worse: Removing legal gun ownership, but ignoring the multitude of illegal firearms, expanding gun-free zones to include whole high crime districts, leaving the illegal weapons possessors to rule those areas.

(The picture to the right shows the perpetrator, Dylann Roof with a jacket with the insignia of apartheid South Africa and Rhodesia, from his Facebook page, now taken down. Warning: The patches may be photo-shopped. One never know those things anymore.)

What is the solution?

Governor Sarah Palin had a fantastic link on her Facebook page : Prayers for  Charleston: http://www.ijreview.com/2015/06/347576-the-only-comment-on-dylann-roof-s-facebook-profile-photo-will-bring-you-to-tears/

Trust me, it will bring you to tears. Pray!