A civilian body made of leading Israeli health experts, has published a report on the Pfizer vaccine’s side effects. The findings are catastrophic on every possible level. Gilad Atzmon outlines just some of the most devastating findings:
The Israeli People Committee (IPC), a civilian body made of leading Israeli health experts, has published its April report into the Pfizer vaccine’s side effects.* The findings are catastrophic on every possible level.
Expert evaluation on adverse effects of the Pfizer-COVID-19 vaccination
by Hervé Seligmann
This evaluation summarizes several articles written with Haim Yativ and published on the nakim(dot)org website and presented in our petition to the Israel Supreme Court.
Below I describe several potential negative vaccine effects, including vaccination-associated, documented 3- and 20-fold increases in infection and death rates, respectively.
It is essential to account for adverse vaccine effects during the period of vaccination. Most publications on COVID19-vaccination in Israel only refer to the period after full vaccination. This is misleading and tantamount to only tell cancer patients their survival rates after they survived a successful treatment.
For those above 60, during the first 14 days after 1st dose injection, deaths are 14.6 times more frequent per day than for unvaccinated.
Extrapolating increased vaccination-associated risks for younger, yet unvaccinated age groups
No data are available at this point for children less than 15 years old. However, one can expect their most likely overall reaction to vaccines the following way. The stronger the immune system, the less likely one is to develop COVID19-induced symptoms. Hence, the elderly are more affected than young adults, men more than women, and people with pre-existing conditions, obese included, than the physically fit. Vaccine adverse reactions tend to behave the opposite way. They are proportional to the strength of the immune system, as many adverse effects associated to vaccines are immune system overreactions. These are more prevalent in younger adults and in women, the opposite demographic picture than for COVID19.
Mortality due to adverse vaccine effects is greater for the very young, than for the elderly, even for traditional vaccines. (Extrapolating these results for ages below 20 expects mortality increases beyond 100 % for those younger than 5.)
READ MORE of the EVALUATION POSTED ON AMERICA'S FRONTLINE DOCTORS website.
In April, The Times of Israel reported on an unpublished study conducted by the Israeli Health Ministry on the side effects of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine. More than five million people have been inoculated with the Pfizer vaccine in the country, and at least 62 individuals have reported cases of myocarditis. Most of the cases occurred after the second jab in men under age 30, and 60 patients were hospitalized. Two people died, including a 35-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman who were reportedly healthy prior to getting vaccinated.
“There is specific concern regarding the frequency of the occurrence observed in men under 30 in the days immediately after the second shot… At this stage, according to initial findings that still need to be verified, there is an impression that the number (of cases) is higher than would be expected, especially for those under 30,” the media outlet quoted from the report.
In a May 7 report, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) acknowledged that they are “aware of cases of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and pericarditis (inflammation of the membrane around the heart) mainly reported following vaccination with Comirnaty.” According to the WHO, Comirnaty is an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by Pfizer Europe MA EEIG.
Here's a twist to the news about another lockdown for the State of Israel:
Israel lifts most COVID-19 restrictions
Israel, which has been lauded as being a leader in vaccinating its citizens, dropped its Green Pass vaccine passport program on Tuesday, The New York Times reports, allowing both vaccinated and unvaccinated citizens equal access to restaurants, events and cultural activities. Restrictions on the size of gatherings have also been lifted.
Roughly 81 percent of Israel’s adult population is fully vaccinated.
Israel Becomes First Country In World To Push 3rd COVID Shot For Already Vaccinated
by Tyler Durden
Thursday, Jul 29, 2021 - 09:40 PM
In what's a likely sign of things to come elsewhere, Israel is now pushing a third jab, or follow-up booster for those who've already received their two vaccine rounds, for the elderly people over the age of 60.
Israel's prominent Haaretz newspaper revealed Thursday the country will be the first in the world to start doing so after government approval, writing that Israel "will start offering a third COVID vaccine shot to people over 60 starting on Sunday, after the Health Ministry approved the move on Thursday."