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'New evidence': Amidst Omicron threat letter asks Modi to reconsider vaccination drive

By Ratna Thakur 

A letter is currently doing the rounds, seeking signatures from Indian citizens who wish to call on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to end the so-called “vaccination drive” against Covid-19. The researchers and citizens who have prepared the letter have attached a 62-page document to the PM, with all the evidence for why a decision to stop vaccination would be the medically correct course of action.
No medical procedure can be forced, they write. Several high courts in India have already ruled against forced vaccination. The letter writers point out that the Covid-19 vaccines were produced at “warp” speed, while earlier it was the norm for vaccine development to take about 10 years.
There are groups that are usually not included even in trials, for purpose of safety – pregnant women, those with allergies, those who were already infected and recovered may be already immune, and vaccination could do them harm rather than good. The 62-page document attached with the appeal to the PM is based not on modeling studies, but data.
“We find, that these health agencies serve the interests of the pharmaceutical manufactures because they depend on them for income and have thousands of vaccine patents, including the mRNA vaccine Moderna, all of which contribute very significantly to their revenue streams.
Gates through his Foundation and cross-holdings, is the largest funder of the WHO, and Gates also funds the media. It includes the BBC. This deeply egregious conflict of interest describes the collective ‘official narrative’,” states the attachment.
The letter writers have called on the prime minister to forge India’s own independent path in health policy, addressing India’s own realities. There is serious malnutrition and TB, both treatable conditions that plague vaster numbers of people.
In such a scenario, the letter writers question the decision to spend almost half India’s total health budget on vaccination against Covid-19, when those infected have a 99% survival rate across age groups. One section in the document highlights the role of the dubious testing mechanism to declare a person infected.
Zydus Cadila’s ZyCov-D has also been approved for use in India, even though trials data from its Phase 3 trials were not available for scientists to evaluate. Earlier, with approval granted to Covaxin too, the trial data were not fully available for scrutiny. The Brazilian government withdrew its orders for Covaxin after its drug regulators’ onsite evaluation showed that vaccine samples were not free of microbial contamination. A group of 100 doctors earlier wrote to PM Modi in August 2020 urging him to desist from mass vaccination, because inoculation on such a large scale was not advisable.
The attachment states that the lack of data and information has caused a spread of panic. What is termed a “vaccine” does not function like any previous vaccine, and there is now evidence that shows the spike protein travels in the body after inoculation, and could cause clotting.
The attachment mentions the study in Japan that showed that lipid nanoparticles from the vaccine travel throughout the body. These could heighten risk of leukemia and lymphomas. At least one prominent scientist has said that with this vaccine humans could be doing their innate immune systems damage. What is striking is that in the absence of long-term studies on this vaccine, we might only know if these fears are true when it is too late to correct course.
In South America, doctors have found that the Omicron variant is more likely to infect the vaccinated
The effects of these vaccines could be felt across generations, as the mRNA vaccines affect placenta, which is vital to fetal health. Doctors have noted the high numbers of pregnancy losses among vaccinated women. There is now an official warning in the US on the risk of myocarditis in young and healthy vaccinated people. Spike protein was found in brain tissue of vaccinated patients.
The data also do not support a need for vaccinating children, as risk from the virus to children is insignificant. Meanwhile, in South America, doctors have found that the Omicron variant is more likely to infect the vaccinated.
Given that several studies now show that natural immunity from previous infection offers the best defence, the most robust immunity, the letter writers urge the prime minister to pay heed to the science that is being censored and emerge from the stranglehold of the pharmaceutical companies.
The document draws on experiences of other countries to warn the PM that far from helping the nation emerge safely from a pandemic, the Covid-19 vaccines will serve as a big drain on natural resources and could lead to compromising immunity in vast numbers of people.
“Bill Gates is the pivotal master puppeteer. The funding data shows we have the criminalisation of global health policy, and specifically ‘pandemic’ policy of Covid-19/SARS COV 2, steered by Bill Gates, Fauci with the WHO as the ‘front’.
The funding network via Gates, vaccines/manufacturers and the pharmaceutical industry all interlinked, extends to the FDA/CDC the influential US Institutes that influence global health policy,” says the document sent to the PM, which also asserts that the data show that a vaccine is not required. The country should officially recommend Ivermectin, the researchers state.
This document is currently being studied by researchers in Israel and the UK too, who also are approaching courts against vaccination of children.
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Links: Part 1 and Part 2 of the document

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perhaps the most curious of all is that vaccinating during a pandemic causes variants and they emerge from those vaccinated who are also spreading the disease. This is called ADE (antibody dependent enhancement), and if we continue along this path, ADE will be a medical and human nightmare say leading virologists.
In Country-after country, the data is the same. Vaccinations, COVID outbreaks and mortality are correlated.

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