08/26/2022 / By Belle Carter
Several real-world examples show that high Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination rates do not equate to herd immunity. This is in spite of propaganda by the mainstream media, governments and Big Pharma favoring the experimental injections.
An article by Dr. Gerard Delepine, which was republished by the Center for Research on Globalization, focused on several nations that were misled regarding the effectiveness of the vaccines in curbing COVID-19. It pointed out that none of the countries dubbed as “champions of vaccination” have ever succeeded in eliminating the pathogen responsible for COVID-19.
The United Kingdom is one such country that advocated for the experimental vaccines. However, its high vaccination rate did not prevent a new wave of infections – in which the caseload hit 40,000 daily.
University of Oxford professor Andrew Pollard testified before British lawmakers in August 2021 that the COVID-19 vaccines did not stop the spread of the disease. “Reaching the threshold of global immunity in the population was ‘mythical’ and, with the [B16172] delta variant, this is not possible,” he said at the time.
Israel earlier bragged about achieving “herd immunity” with its use of the Pfizer mRNA vaccine. But a subsequent COVID-19 wave saw the Jewish-majority nation record 11,000 cases per day.
Dr. Kobi Haviv, medical director of Jerusalem’s Herzog Hospital, revealed in August 2021 that “85 to 90 percent of hospitalizations are fully vaccinated people.” Moreover, he pointed out that “95 percent of severe patients are vaccinated.”
Singapore also touted that about 90 percent of its citizens were vaccinated. Just like the U.K. and Israel, it experienced a wave of COVID-19 infections four times higher than when the vaccines were not yet developed.
This led Singaporean Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong to issue a stern warning: “The path to becoming a COVID-resilient nation will be a long and difficult task. Even with very high vaccination rates, we will not achieve herd immunity.” (Related: Vaccine-induced “herd immunity” DOES NOT EXIST: German government admits that 95% of omicron cases are in fully vaccinated individuals.)
In his article, Delepine pointed out that vaccinated people are only 40 percent protected – and this even wanes after a few months. He added that in case of infection, both vaccinated and unvaccinated people carry an equal viral load. Meaning, those who catch COVID-19 can also transmit the virus regardless of vaccination status.
The French physician also pointed to data from the World Health Organization and Johns Hopkins University that showed the COVID-19 shots do not protect populations from recurring waves of infection.
Statements such as “the return to normal life will be possible thanks to the vaccine,” “you will regain your freedom when you are vaccinated” and “the non-vaccinated are responsible for the continuation of the epidemic” are all lies.
In contrast, the use of cheap, early treatments to address COVID-19 is proving to be more effective than the vaccine in preventing hospitalizations.
India turned to preventive medicines such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, with a high success rate. Nigeria, meanwhile, saw much-needed relief from COVID-19 with its use of anti-malarial drugs. The island of Madagascar successfully championed the use of artemisinin, extracted from the sweet wormwood (Artemisia annua) plant, to treat the disease.
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