Thanks for another insightful article, bringing truth to light, as always.
It is truly amazing that so many are so easily duped and so willingly going along with this CV19 scam, wearing the masks and buying into the need for a globally mandated vaccine before we can get out of lockdown. Vaccines have a horrible history, when looked at holistically, by death rates. Just look at the history of vaccines versus infectious outbreaks in the US (without having to go to India and Africa with their adverse outcomes) over the last two consecutive 110 year periods, the first one before widespread vaccine use and the last one with widespread vaccine use (below). One would expect opposite results, if vaccines were as effective and safe as they are touted.
With a 10 times higher mortality rate due to infectious outbreaks during widespread vaccine use in last 110 years, relative to infections in the previous 110 years (mostly diseases easily avoided via cleaner water and food), data would suggest that vaccines, rather than improve health, have in fact made overall health worse. Data suggest the better solution to infectious disease would have been to ensure cleaner water and food. On top of that over 50% of children now are being treated for some type of chronic illness (currently under heaviest vaccine schedule ever), whereas in 1900 it was in low single digit the percentage of chronically ill.
US Mortality Rate due to infectious outbreaks (minus seasonal flu) over two consecutive 110 year periods
Before Vaccines (1800 to 1910), Mortality Rate due to infections 0.7 per 1000
Cholera, 1,137 peak annual deaths, 1832 to 1866, Contaminated water
Scarlet Fever, 2,089 peak annual deaths (95% of cases children), 1858 to 1959, Bacterial
Typhoid Fever, 10,771 peak annual deaths, 1906 to 1907, Contaminated food
After Vaccines - 1910 to 2020, Mortality Rate due to infections 7.14 per 1000 (10 times higher)
First Measles, 6,000 peak annual deaths (over 600,000 total deaths), 1912 to 1922
Spanish Flu, 67,500 peak annual deaths, 1918 to 1919
Diphtheria, 15,520 peak annual deaths, 1921 to 1925
Polio, 3,145 peak annual deaths, 1916 to 1955, peak in 1952
Second Measles, 10,000 peak annual deaths, 1981 to 1991
Cryptosporidium, 100 peak annual deaths, 1993, Contaminated water
HIV, 13,000 peak annual deaths (over 700,000 total deaths), 1981 to 2020
Whooping Cough, 10 peak annual deaths (infant deaths), 2010 and 2014
H1N1 (Influenza A), 12,469 peak annual deaths, 2009