“When you look at the history of coronaviruses, the common coronaviruses that cause the common cold, the reports in the literature are that the durability of immunity that’s protective ranges from three to six months to almost always less than a year. That’s not a lot of durability and protection.” – Dr. Fauci
There objectively hasn’t been enough time for long-term studies of the coronavirus vaccine(s) to take place, let alone yield results. It’s not anti-science to acknowledge this or any of the other facts in this article. You can choose to have the latest chemical produced by Big Pharma injected into your body if you want, but after doing extensive, genuine research that’s a gamble that I, for one, am not willing to take. Not yet.
HERE ARE A FEW IMPORTANT FACTORS TO CONSIDER:
- The FDA openly admitted that they found insufficient data to conclude how safe the vaccine is in children under 16, pregnant women, and people with compromised immune systems. These three groups are taking the biggest chance.
- The vaccine provides 58% immunity after one dose, 95% after the second, and is only known to last for a mere four weeks. It could last longer, but we don’t actually know. And the more unknowns there are the more reason there is to take a more wait-and-see approach.
- Trump tweeted at the FDA to approve the vaccine or resign, then the FDA promptly did so just a couple of days later. Was the timing just coincidental and their review was sufficient? Or did the FDA cave to the pressure to protect their careers?
- The vaccine has only been approved via the FDA’s “emergency use authorization” (EUA) status and as such remains an unapproved medical product. The complete, thorough evaluation will not be completed until 2022.
- It’s worth nothing that the World Health Organization declared processed meats—hot dogs, pepperoni, deli meat—“carcinogenic to humans” and says that “many nional health recommendations advise people to limit intake of processed meat and red meat, which are linked to increased risks of death from heart disease, diabetes, and other illnesses.” Meanwhile the FDA still doesn’t even acknowledge that meat is a carcinogen, so how invested are they really in our health?
- Scientists admit that they don’t know if those who are vaccinated are just immune from having the symptoms or if they can still carry the virus and infect others.
- Also worth noting is where the FDA gets their funding. Nearly 75% comes directly from the pharmaceutical industry itself! This certainly explains why the FDA “is increasingly green-lighting expensive drugs despite dangerous or little-known side effects” with “inconclusive evidence that they curb or cure disease”. The FDA today actually “reviews and approves drugs faster than any other regulatory agency in the world”. You can read plenty more about this HERE and HERE.
In my estimation, this rough draft vaccine is both insufficient and impractical. I’m not a scientist but I know how to read and assess what I’m reading and based on my research of the scientific literature I cannot recommend getting vaccinated unless you’re elderly and/or have a pre-existing condition. And even then, I’d proceed with caution.
We also shouldn’t be so foolish as to believe, even if the vaccine is safe, that COVID-19 has been defeated and the pandemic is over. Successfully distributing the vaccine is a whole other challenge that might prove even more difficult than creating the vaccine itself. This problem has been largely ignored by the corporate media to maintain a more hopeful narrative, but the logistics to overcome cannot be overstated:.
I am not an anti-vaxxer (we really don’t want another polio outbreak, do we?). I’m pro-thinking. You can be skeptical of a new, highly-rushed vaccine without being anti-science. In fact, it’s extremely reasonable to have concerns. The FDA is heavily-influenced by Big Pharma and their bottom-line, like any capitalist industry, is profit over people. All vaccines should be better scrutinized, re-evaluated, and improved. But the COVID-19 vaccine especially was undeniably rushed by a corrupt regulatory agency and this cannot be discounted.
Ultimately, it’s your body and your choice. But for whatever it’s worth, I strongly advise against vaccination, especially if you are under 65 and in otherwise good health. Instead, stick to Vitamin D supplements. Why? Because those with high levels of Vitamin D who have gotten COVID-19 have had a nearly 0% mortality rate. You don’t need a vaccine to be healthy. Just critical-thinking skills.