Why shut down just because a few people might die, right?

The risks of serious side effects remain very low… We have not been advised at this time by ATAGI or the TGA to pause the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine in Australia.”

– Deputy Chief Medical Officer Peter Kidd

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32 Responses to Why shut down just because a few people might die, right?

  1. twostix says:

    Weren’t the exact same people saying just two weeks ago that the European countries were overreacting and blood clotting they were seeing had absolutely nothing to do with the vaccine?

    Now it does and they’re all ” oh well, gotta break a few omlettes to make an egg!”

  2. twostix says:

    “If it saves just one life – your death will be worth it”.

    – Public Health officials, 2021.

  3. Shane says:

    I just wish someone would follow the money trail yo where ever it led

  4. PB says:

    This isn’t by any means the first, its just the first that couldn’t be ignored as easily. It does seem like the AZ vaccine has been appointed the scapegoat while the others slip through with their arses covered. Maybe its all about who controls the relevant companies.

  5. mundi says:

    Reminder:
    Everything about AstraZeneca is never done before and an entirely new type of vaccine.

    This is how it was designed:
    -They take sarscov2 and realize that the people who survive it, survive by their body creating something which binds to sarscov2 proteins.
    -They genertically unravel sarscov2 to isolate the RNA that makes the protein.
    -They transcribe that sequence into an RNA instruction that a human ribosome can read, so as to produce the same protein.
    -So the idea is is you get injected with the RNA, so that your body will get the instructions to make the protein – and thus your body is infecting itself – and self triggering the immune response to destroy the protein.
    -So if you get sarcov2, you already have the antibodies to its proteins, and instantly kill it.

    There is just one problem…. RNA is expensive and difficult to make and transport and inject into people.So why not figure out another way to get it into the body?

    So someone figures out that you can encode the RNA into DNA. In fact if you code it correctly, if you inject that DNA into human cells, the human cells, when they attempt to read/replicate the human incompatible DNA, will produce the RNA as a waste/error. So all you have to do now is… genetically modify a harmless virus to include the RNA encoded as DNA.

    So you take a chimpanzee virus (you want one that no humans will likely have – as you don’t want them being immune to it). You genetically modify it to break down to the RNA. You also genetically modify it so it can’t reproduce.

    Now you have a simple virus – and you can go around injecting everyone with this virus. You can even call it a ‘vaccine’.

    So the people who get your ‘vaccine’ need to let their body not attack it, so it invades their cells, so that the DNA is dumped into the cell nucleus, so that the cell tries to incorporate it into the gnome, so that it fails to incorporate, so that it outputs the RNA, so that the ribosomes read the RNA and transcribe to the protein, so that the immune cells are triggered to make the antibody which latches to the proteins.

    Seems fool proof to me. Can’t imagine any possible side effects or unexpected things to happen…

  6. Boxcar says:

    Remember back in history when governments banned Hydroxychloroquine because it was unproven after 70 years, and someone might die. So how does this junk get a pass?

  7. duncanm says:

    reminds me of “I am legend”

    Zombies – come on down!

  8. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Seems fool proof to me. Can’t imagine any possible side effects or unexpected things to happen…

    oh wait… I though this was the plot to 12 monkeys….

  9. mundi says:

    Also if someone ever tells you its an approved vaccine.. they are wrong.
    Its not approved at all.
    Its ’emergency’ use approved, a new category created because… hey we need covid fixed now not in 10 years when all that annoying safety stuff is done.

  10. Perplexed of Brisbane says:

    Every life is precious, that’s why*.

    *Unborn, elderly (without Covid) and disabled people excepted.

  11. mundi says:

    Anyone else think many of the timelines are extremely suspicious.

    For example worked started on the the Pfizer vaccine on 10th Jan 2020. Yes – this is when WHO were still staying their was no human to human transfer, but forget that plebs, the scientists were already on the ball.

    Oh and the first funders of this vaccine were…. Fosun.

    So you have the choice between the China vaccine, and the Chimpanzee vaccine.

  12. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    It ain’t a good thing, but on the balance not a bad statistical bet. The Chinese crud also can cause serious clotting especially as I recall in the lungs, and maybe there’s a link in that relationship between the virus doing it and the vaccine doing it.

    The fun though with AZ is not the science and the side effects but the politics. The Europeans have been fuming that the UK has been rollicking along ever since they gave the EC the finger and took off Brexitly. Worse, Boris had been doing the vaccination phase about a thousand percent more efficiently than the eurocrats have been. This is intolerable! So the Frogs found bad things caused by the Pommy vaccine and then several other countries joined in the pile on.

    Which was fun. Because it turns out the Pommy vaccine was pretty much all they’d ordered.

    Whereupon the vaccination program in the EU went from ramshackle to completely FUBAR, and that’s when the EC got really pissy. The started to ban AZ vaccines produced by the factory in Belgium from being delivered to the contracted recipients. Starting with everyone’s favorite chew toy Australia. Then they went on to banning export to other countries including the UK, which happens to own the factory.

    So any time you see a negative article about the AZ vaccine keep in mind that it is just another victim of the Napoleonic Wars, which are continuing. Frogs have long memories.

    Having said that I will be asking my GP about the Pfizer vaccine since the information I’ve seen suggests the Poms took a short cut and used the fetal cell line that is used for vaccines like MMR. As a Christian I do not wish to accept a vaccine which is manufactured in that way. If I’m wrong please correct me.

  13. Joanna Smythe says:

    The Evergreen container was carrying the vaccine. It was totally spoiled accidentally on purpose.

  14. Fair Shake says:

    That’s why they take the Hypocritic othe (yes I know US only)

  15. twostix says:

    So any time you see a negative article about the AZ vaccine keep in mind that it is just another victim of the Napoleonic Wars, which are continuing. Frogs have long memories.

    Or it could just be a shitty experimental untested product.

  16. Lazlo says:

    mundi

    The Oxford/AstraZenica vaccine is not mRNA based (Pfizer is) but viral vector, a method used by previous vaccines.

    All vaccines have unfortunate side effects for some people.

    Still, it’s curious that proper risk analysis is suddenly in vogue when it wasn’t for the last year.

  17. egg_ says:

    The risks of serious side effects remain very low…

    Of Rona?

    Dead right.

  18. egg_ says:

    Lazlo says:
    April 3, 2021 at 11:40 pm

    Lazlo QC MD to the rescue, just like the Grigbot.

  19. Lazlo says:

    What have I said that is incorrect eggy?

  20. NoFixedAddress says:

    C.L.

    I see that MediCare now maintain The Australian Immunisation Register which records immunisations given to people of all ages in Australia since 1 January 1996.

  21. H B Bear says:

    He’s got to be Kidd-ing? Right?

  22. Shy Ted says:

    There’ll be some interesting conversations going on behind the scenes. Everybody lives somewhere and as they’ve allowed themselves to become such public figures, as the problems roll in…

  23. Kneel says:

    “The risks of serious side effects remain very low…”

    How low?
    0.1%?
    0.01%?
    Numbers please – I wish to make an informed choice, as is my right to do and your duty to facilitate.

    A 0.1% risk of death from the vaccine is 10 times higher than CV death risk for those under 50.

    A 0.01% risk of death from the vaccine is the same as risk of death from CV for those less than 50, BUT there is 100% chance you are at risk if you take the vaccine, but a somewhat lower than 100% chance of you catching CV.

    Given the ridiculous paranoia over “cases”, I would expect a less than 10% chance I’ll get CV, probably well less. So I would want to see a less than 0.0005% risk of death or serious injury from the vaccine before I would consider it safer than doing without. That’s 5 per million.

    Your considerations may be different, and that is your affair – I am concerned with the risk to my health, not yours, of being injected with a potentially life changing (perhaps life ending!) substance. I’m not playing Russian roulette to calm your fears.

  24. Enyaw says:

    choice between the China stuff or the monkey stuff …or.. nothing stuff …me zilch .

  25. cuckoo says:

    In the early days of the climate scam panic, you used to hear a lot about the Precautionary Principle. These days, not so much.

  26. rickw says:

    “If it saves just one life – your death will be worth it”.

    – Public Health officials, 2021.

    Nice, so 1984.

  27. Squirrel says:

    The public statements by health officials might seem reassuring at first blush to people who aren’t listening carefully, but the arse-covering weasel words are all there – which is a sure sign that sticky questions from parliamentary inquiries, commissions (royal and otherwise) and courts have been anticipated.

    The absence of any guidance about risk factors does not help – all we’ve had thus far is the bleeding obvious advice to seek “medical advice” if serious symptoms arise and persist after taking the AZ vaccination.

  28. Leo G says:

    So any time you see a negative article about the AZ vaccine keep in mind that it is just another victim of the Napoleonic Wars, which are continuing. Frogs have long memories.

    They’ve never forgiven the Poms for the conquest and occupation of Paris in 1420.

  29. Rayvic says:

    “Or it could just be a shitty experimental untested product.”

    Ethical doctors insist it be called an experimental vaccine. But what percentage of pharma representatives involved in selling/administering the vaccine could be regarded as ethical?

  30. Crossie says:

    twostix says:
    April 3, 2021 at 9:31 pm
    “If it saves just one life – your death will be worth it”.

    – Public Health officials, 2021.

    The whole COVID-19 debacle in a nutshell which illustrates the inability of the public to engage in even basic logical thinking.

  31. egg_ says:

    “If it saves just one life – your death will be worth it”.

    – Public Health officials, 2021.

    “Lemmings – form an orderly vax queue here.”

  32. Leo G says:

    Why shut down just because a few people might die, right?

    Virus linked to deaths warrants lock downs, virus vaccination linked to deaths warrants mock frowns.

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