Necessity Efficacy and Safety of COVID Vaccines

Posted on 1st May, 2021



COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers have been exempted from legal liability for vaccine-induced harm. It is therefore in the interests of all those authorising, enforcing and administering COVID-19 vaccinations to understand the evidence regarding the risks and benefits of these vaccines, since liability for harm will fall on them.


"In short, the available evidence and science indicate that COVID-19 vaccines are unnecessary, ineffective and unsafe. (Doctors for Covid Ethics) (30APR21)

1. The vaccines are unnecessary

  • Immunocompetent people display “robust” and lasting cellular (T cell) immunity to SARS-CoV viruses
  • Natural T-Cell immunity provides stronger and more comprehensive protection against all SARS-CoV-2 strains than vaccines
  • “asymptomatic transmission” is an artefact of invalid and unreliable PCR test procedures and interpretations
  • Most people now have immunity to SARS-CoV-2
  • Population survival of COVID-19 exceeds 99.8% globally
  • In those susceptible to severe infection, Covid-19 is a treatable illness.

2. The vaccines lack efficacy

  • The concept of immunity to COVID-19 via antibody induction, as per COVID-19 vaccination, is medical nonsense.
  • Medium to long-term vaccine efficacy is unknown. Phase 3, medium term, 24-month trials will not be complete until 2023
  • Short term data has not established prevention of severe disease.
  • The correlates of protection against COVID-19 are unknown.

3. The vaccines are dangerous

  • All gene-based vaccines can be expected to cause blood clotting and bleeding disorders.
  • Many common vaccine side effects (headaches, nausea, vomiting and haematoma-like “rashes” over the body) may indicate thrombosis and other severe abnormalities.
  • Risks of clotting, bleeding and other adverse events can be expected to increase with each re-vaccination and each intervening coronavirus exposure.
  • The vaccines are experimental by definition.
  • With the mRNA vaccines, the risk of severe adverse events is virtually guaranteed to increase with every successive injection.

4. Ethics and legal points to consider

  • Conflicts of interest abound in the scientific literature and within organisations that recommend and promote vaccines, while demonising alternate strategies (reliance on natural immunity and early treatment).
  • Authorities, doctors and medical personnel need to protect themselves by evaluating the sources of their information for conflicts of interest extremely closely. Authorities, doctors and medical personnel need to be similarly careful not to ignore the credible and independent literature on vaccine necessity, safety and efficacy, given the foreseeable mass deaths and harms that must be expected unless the vaccination campaign is stopped.
  • Vaccine manufacturers have exempted themselves from legal liability for adverse events for a reason. When vaccine deaths and harms occur, liability will fall to those responsible for the vaccines’ authorisation, administration and/or coercion via vaccine passports, none of which can be justified on a sober, evidence-based risk-benefit analysis.
  • All political, regulatory and medical actors involved in COVID-19 vaccination should familiarise themselves with the Nuremberg code and other legal provisions in order to protect themselves."


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