Your Government published data confirming it can take just 5 months for the Covid-19 Vaccinated to develop Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome whilst they had you worried about World War, the Cost of Living & Monkeypox
Governments worldwide have been quietly publishing data for months on end that strongly suggests the Covid-19 injections cause extensive damage to the natural immune system, causing recipients to develop a new form of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
Now, new data, recently published by the UK’s Office for National Statistics, indicates that it only takes approximately 4 to 5 months after Covid-19 vaccination, for so much damage to have been done to the immune system that it can, unfortunately, lead to death, as many people have sadly already discovered.
Many people will believe the claim Covid-19 injections are in effect causing AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) is either incredibly bold or incredibly fictitious. But that’s because many people misunderstand what AIDS actually is.
First of all, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is not contagious. But many people it is because of its association with the alleged HIV virus. But AIDS isn’t HIV, and HIV isn’t AIDS. They are two completely different things, it just so happens that AIDS can allegedly result as a complication of long term HIV infection.
So what is AIDS?
Well, the clues in the name, it is an acquired (or secondary) immune deficiency syndrome that affects your immune system partially or as a whole, making your body an easy target for several diseases and infections. When immunodeficiency disorders affect your immune system, your body can no longer fight bacteria and diseases (source).
Several factors in the environment can cause secondary immunodeficiency disorders (source) including radiation or chemotherapy, infections due to HIV, Leukaemia, and Malnutrition.
But some of the less common causes include drugs or medications (source), and for months on end, official statistics from Governments worldwide have suggested the Covid-19 injections should be added to the list.
It all started back in October 2021 with the discovery that data from Public Health England showed the vaccinated population were more likely to be infected with Covid-19 than the unvaccinated population, and this was something that was getting considerably worse by the week.
Public Health England (PHE) has since been disbanded and replaced by the UK Health Security Agency, but the only real difference between the two is the new sinister name. But prior to being disbanded, PHE were publishing weekly ‘Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Reports’, a trend that has been continued by the UKHSA.
The reports contained data on Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations and deaths by vaccination status in England, a trend that was unfortunately ended by the UKHSA on the 1st April 2022. But here’s what those reports revealed back in October 2021.
As you can see in the following table, the week 40 reportrevealed that Covid-19 case rates per 100,000 individuals were highest among the fully vaccinated population aged 30 and above.
This in effect meant the Covid-19 injections were proving to have a real-world negative effectiveness rather than the 95% efficacy claimed by Pfizer and friends.
The significance of this would probably be brushed aside by many under the assumption that this means the Covid-19 injections simply do not work. But if this was the case then we would be seeing either a slightly positive, slightly negative or zero-percent effectiveness.
In relation to Covid-19, a vaccine effectiveness of +50% would indicate the vaccinated are 50% more protected against Covid-19 than the unvaccinated.
A vaccine effectiveness of 0% would indicate the Covid-19 injections don’t work and the vaccinated are no more protected against Covid-19 than the unvaccinated.
But a vaccine effectiveness of minus-50% would mean the unvaccinated are 50% more protected against Covid-19 than the vaccinated, indicating the Covid-19 injections have essentially damaged the immune system.
We know a negative vaccine effectiveness indicates immune system damage because vaccine effectiveness isn’t really a measure of the effectiveness of a vaccine. It is a measure of a vaccine recipient’s immune system performance compared to the immune system performance of an unvaccinated person.
The Covid-19 vaccine is supposed to train your immune system to recognise the spike protein of the original strain of the Covid-19 virus. It does this by instructing your cells to produce the spike protein, then your immune system produces antibodies and remembers to use them later if you encounter the spike part of the Covid-19 virus again.
But the vaccine doesn’t hang around after it’s done the initial training, it leaves your immune system to take care of the rest. So when the authorities state that the effectiveness of the vaccines weakens over time, what they really mean is that the performance of your immune system weakens over time.