#34 Propaganda is not Proof

Toy companies prepare for the Christmas season by using advertising techniques to convince children that they absolutely MUST have the latest toy. The children then go to their parents and wage their own campaign to convince the adults (the real consumers) to buy the toy. The image above uses a child’s fantasies to manipulate her into demanding a Covid 19 vaccine.

“Advertising” is just a nice word for “Propaganda”. It’s easy to recognize advertising when someone is trying to sell you a product. It’s not so easy to recognize propaganda when someone is trying to manipulate your thoughts and actions outside the market place.

The trick is to recognize propaganda when you see it. It doesn’t matter who the propagandists are, or what idea they want you to accept, or how they want you to behave. What matters is that you make your decisions based on logic, not emotions. You cannot rely on the propagandist to give you all the facts you need to make an informed, logical decision.

Where can you find the FACTS about Covid-19 vaccines? You can find them in the reviews of the clinical trials. Where can you find the reviews of the clinical trials? I can help you with that.

Safety and Efficacy of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine (Pfizer)
December 10, 2020

You can read the complete review published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine. However, I have taken the following quotes from the Research Summary.

“…43,548 participants (16 years and older) were assigned to receive the vaccine or placebo by intramuscular injection on day 0 and day 21. Participants were followed for safety and for the development of symptomatic Covid-19 for a median of 2 months.”

In other words, 43, 548 people were divided into two groups: vaxed and unvaxed (placebo). They were observed for (a median of) only two months. Pfizer then vaccinated the unvaxed group, thus ending the clinical trial.

“…Vaccine recipients had local reactions (pain, erythema, swelling) and systemic reactions (e.g. fever, headache, myalgia) at higher rates than placebo recipients…Most were mild to moderate and resolved rapidly.”

Most does not mean All.

We need data on all serious adverse reactions that happened before, during and after those two months. However, without the unvaxed control group, we can’t know if long-term health problems are actually vaccine-related or not.

“…Further study is required to understand the following: Safety and efficacy beyond 2 months and in groups not included in this trial (e.g. children, pregnant women, and immunocompromised persons…

In other words, there is no long-term safety data. Unfortunately we have no idea if long-term health problems might have appeared in the vaccinated but not in the unvaccinated. We also can’t assume that the health problems or deaths of unvaccinated individuals outside the clinical trials might have been avoided with vaccination. There are too many other variables that might be in play.

The previous review was about the clinical trials that Pfizer performed in order to get FDA approval to begin vaccinating people. They began their vaccination campaign shortly after the review was published in the New England Journal of Medicine on December 10, 2020. Notice that there is absolutely ZERO data for children and pregnant women. Nevertheless, they began vaccinating pregnant women anyway in January of 2021.

What about little kids like the “Vaccine Hero” pictured in the opening image? Here is a review of the clinical trials performed by Pfizer on children between the ages of 5 and 11 in November of 2021.

Evaluation of the BNT162b2 Covid-19 Vaccine in Children 5 to 11 Years of Age
November 9, 2021

The quotes below are taken from the Research Summary in the New England Journal of Medicine.

“An ongoing randomized, placebo-controlled phase 2-3 trial examined the safety, immunogenicity, and efficacy of two doses of the BNT162b2 Vaccine vaccine…in 5-to-11 year old children…2268 children were randomly assigned to receive two injections 21 days apart of either…BNT162b2 vaccine…or a placebo.”

In other words, 2,268 children were divided into two groups: vaxed and unvaxed (placebo).

“…Most vaccine adverse effects, recorded through 1 month after the second dose, were mild to moderate…”

Most does not mean All.

In other words, we need more data on those children whose adverse effects were severe. What is more, there is only one month of safety data here. If this is an “ongoing trial” it would be nice to know what happened two months after the second dose, six months, one year, etc. etc. Is the trial still going on?

Further study is required to understand the following: (1) Longer-term immune responses, safety and efficacy…(2) Potential for rare adverse effects. (3) Effects of concomitant administration…with other vaccines…”

In other words, there is no long-term vaccine safety data for children 5 to 11 years of age.

Statistics have been used to demonstrate vaccine safety and effectiveness.
“If you look at the number of deaths, about 99.2 percent of them are unvaccinated. About 0.8 percent are vaccinated.” June 5, 2021, Anthony Fauci

Control-savvy people question statements like this one made by Anthony Fauci.

  1. Demand definitons. What is your definition of “vaccinated” vs “unvaccinated”?
  2. Demand details. Age. Economic status. Area of the country. Access to well-care. Primary cause of death (gunshot wound to head?). All of these are called “variables”.

In future posts, I will discuss how statistics have been manipulated in order to propagandize rather than to educate and inform. Important data has been hidden from public view. Open and honest discussion of the evidence has been discouraged and even punished. For the sake of our children, it is time to change that.

Ask Questions, Demand Answers.

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