The vaccine talk is relentless. Everywhere you go those who are vaccinated will be sure to tell you they got the shot.
And then that goes from vaccinated person to vaccinated person, each of whom makes sure that the other knows they are vaccinated. Shortly after the stares suddenly transfer to the one or maybe a few people who remain awkwardly silent.
Now wanting to lie, most will openly say they chose not to get the vaccine and then state their reasoning behind their decision.
While they may give a generic decision for not wanting the vaccine, there are plenty of scientific, data-driven reasons to be skeptical of these CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus vaccines.
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According to news website TheBL (The Beauty of Life):
Swedish citizens have suffered more than 31,800 adverse reactions caused by CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus vaccines in just a few months, setting a record over the past four years, the Swedish Medical Products Agency reported.
Worse still, an official at the Agency, Ebba Hallberg, suspects that there may be an attempt to reduce reporting of the actual numbers affected, with only the most “severe” cases being reported according to SVT Nyheter and Zerohedge media quoted on May 18.
It is also striking that although Sweden offers all three vaccines, Moderna, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca. The latter pharmaceutical company has the highest percentage of cases of side reactions.
Thus, 63% of the adverse events reported were due to AstraZeneca’s Vaxzevria vaccine. This figure is even more disproportionate considering that they represent 26% of the total of about 2.7 million vaccines injected in Sweden.
Sweden had temporarily suspended the use of these experimental drugs because they were causing abnormal blood clotting in recipients.
But Sweden reintroduced it after the European Medicines Agency (EMA) tested it and insisted that the vaccine was safe.
For citizens, the thousands of deaths and the much higher number of adverse cases caused by vaccines generate doubts and indecision about whether to be vaccinated. A high percentage of the population chooses not to do so.
There is also a lot of official information in circulation that increases suspicions about the advisability of taking such treatment, for example.
The Connecticut Department of Public Health published the list of ingredients of the Moderna COVID vaccine, and that fact sheet confirms that it contains the chemical “SM-102.”
According to the product description, the manufacturer, Cayman Chem, warns, “This product is not for human or veterinary use,” referring to SM-102.
“SM-102 is an ionizable amino lipid that has been used in combination with other lipids in the formation of lipid nanoparticles,” it describes.
It adds, “1 Administration of luciferase mRNA in SM-102-containing lipid nanoparticles induces hepatic luciferase expression in mice. Formulations containing SM-102 have been used in the development of lipid nanoparticles for delivery of mRNA-based vaccines.”
Along these lines, Twitter user @McDaddy99 makes his logical arguments and questions the need to take the vaccine in one of his posts.
It’s clear the people are wising up to the reality that we may not all need the vaccine. The government refuses to provide us with the actual data when it comes to lockdowns, the virus survival rate, etc.
Furthermore, the government has exploited the CCP virus as a blatant power grab to take away our Constitutional rights.
The CCP virus vaccines are currently still under emergency use authorization by the FDA. It is unknown what type of adverse effects may occur over the next year or two.
According to Zero Hedge:
As Europe pushes ahead with its vaccination program, the Nordic countries are reporting a surge in damaging side effects. In the country, the tally has surpassed 30K with the majority of these reactions reported in patients who received the AstraZeneca jab.
Sweden’s Medical Products Agency reported that as of last week, the Scandinavian nation had tallied 31,844 reports of adverse reactions linked to its vaccine rollout.
Sweden presently offers 3 different COVID-19 jabs: Moderna, Pfizer and AstraZeneca, with the latter being the most widely available (while other European states like Germany have sought to offer substitutes to younger patients, who are more vulnerable to dangerous cerebral blood clots, which are a rare – but not unheard of – side effect).
The number of suspected adverse reactions from the two shots seems relatively small when compared to the 19,961 reports linked to AstraZeneca’s Vaxzevria, while the AstraZeneca shot only accounts for about 26% of the roughly 2.7MM vaccines that have been administered so far in Sweden, but makes up around 63% of the side effects reports.
Ebba Hallberg, an official with the Medical Products Agency, told Swedish media that it was unusual to receive so many reports of side effects. She added that the tally was likely higher because of public focus on the new vaccines. To head off complaints that many of the incidences of side effects were minor, she said healthcare providers are likely only reporting the more “serious” side effects.