The first vaccine against the novel coronavirus approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization is Comirnaty COVID-19 mRNA one produced by Pfizer/BioNTech, the WHO has announced.
The world health body announced the emergency approval on Thursday, as 2020 came to a close. Its Emergency Use Listing (EUL) will enable countries to expedite their own regulatory approval of the vaccine, and allow UNICEF and the Pan-American Health Organization to buy it for distribution, the WHO said.
On December 9, the US war department announced its “distribution plan” for covid mass-vaxxing.
Service members to be vaxxed include active duty personnel — including National Guard troops — their family members, war department civilian personnel and their families.
“Distribution will be conducted in phases,” it was announced.
US forces in South Korea — including military and civilian healthcare personnel — will be vaxxed first with Moderna’s high-risk, inadequately tested, experimental vaccine.
Like Pfizer’s entry into the covid mass-vaxxing sweepstakes, Moderna’s vaccine in NOT approved by the FDA.
Editor’s Note: For at least a century there has been skepticism expressed concerning the US military’s then-new mandatory vaccination program, as noted in this 1920 study and petition to the US Executive Branch, Horrors of Vaccination: Exposed and Illustrated.
Both were given Emergency Authorization Use (EAU) green-lighting for widespread mass-vaxxing — despite the high-risk of what the CDC calls an “health impact event” or an “adverse event.”
Either may require medical treatment for what’s potentially life-threatening like anaphylaxis — or any one or more major illnesses that can cause death like heart disease and cancer.
In five days after US mass-vaxxing began on December 14, over 5,000 “health impact events” were reported.
WARSAW/SOFIA (Reuters) – Europe rolled out a huge COVID-19 vaccination drive on Sunday to try to rein in the coronavirus pandemic but many Europeans are sceptical about the speed at which the vaccines have been tested and approved and reluctant to have the shot.
The European Union has secured contracts with a range of drugmakers including Pfizer and BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca, for a total of more than two billion doses and has set a goal for all adults to be inoculated next year.
But surveys have pointed to high levels of hesitancy towards inoculation in countries from France to Poland, with many used to vaccines taking decades to develop, not just months.
“I don’t think there’s a vaccine in history that has been tested so quickly,” Ireneusz Sikorski, 41, said as he stepped out of a church in central Warsaw with his two children.
In the COVID-19 pandemic, we are told ad nauseum by Democrats and their willing accomplices in the media that we must “follow the science” — do what scientists tell us.
But what this pandemic has revealed is precisely that there is no consensus among scientists on (1) the source or origin of the COVID-19 virus; (2) whether there actually is such a virus; or (3) how to treat COVID-19 (the American Medical Association waited till after the Nov. 3 election to admit that hydroxychloroquine indeed is a cure).
Worse still is that the leading scientist on COVID-19, the head of the CDC, Dr. Anthony Fauci, actually lied about the vaccination.
Leon Wolf reports for The Blaze, Dec. 24, 2020, that in an interview with the New York Times, Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the government’s coronavirus taskforce, admitted that he repeatedly lied about how many people would need to be vaccinated in order to achieve herd immunity: from the initial 60-70%, to 70-75% a month later, to 75-80+% last week in an interview with CNBC, to “close to 90%” in the latest NYT interview.
Jeffrey A. Tucker American Institute For Economic Research December 23, 2020
Maybe you have some sense that something fishy is going on? Same. If it’s not one thing, it’s another.
Coronavirus lived on surfaces until it didn’t. Masks didn’t work until they did, then they did not. There is asymptomatic transmission, except there isn’t. Lockdowns work to control the virus except they do not. All these people are sick without symptoms until, whoops, PCR tests are wildly inaccurate because they were never intended to be diagnostic tools. Everyone is in danger of the virus except they aren’t. It spreads in schools except it doesn’t.
On it goes. Daily. It’s no wonder that so many people have stopped believing anything that “public health authorities” say. In combination with governors and other autocrats doing their bidding, they set out to take away freedom and human rights and expected us to thank them for saving our lives. At some point this year (for me it was March 12) life began feeling like a dystopian novel of your choice.
Well, now I have another piece of evidence to add to the mile-high pile of fishy mess. The World Health Organization, for reasons unknown, has suddenly changed its definition of a core conception of immunology: herd immunity. Its discovery was one of the major achievements of 20th century science, gradually emerging in the 1920s and then becoming ever more refined throughout the 20th century.
Herd immunity is a fascinating observation that you can trace to biological reality or statistical probability theory, whichever you prefer. (It is certainly not a “strategy” so ignore any media source that describes it that way.) Herd immunity speaks directly, and with explanatory power, to the empirical observation that respiratory viruses are either widespread and mostly mild (common cold) or very severe and short-lived (Ebola).
Yet their widespread use provides a foundation for manipulating people to be vaxxed with experimental, hazardous to human health vaccines.
PCR tests produce false positive results up to 90% of the time.
According to former Pfizer chief science advisor Dr. Mike Yeadon, PCR tests are junk science.
They lack credibility, creating a covid outbreak crisis that would not exist without them.
We’re being lied to by government officials, Pharma and their media press agents.
Asked if “(w)e are basing a government policy, an economic policy, a civil liberties policy, in terms of limiting people to six people in a meeting…all based on what may well be completely fake data on this coronavirus,” he said:
“It is now established that at least 30% of our population already had immunological recognition of this new virus before it even arrived.”
Eric Zuesse Strategic Culture Foundation December 18, 2020
On December 14th, two excellent news-reports were belatedly published about some of the massive corruption that was behind the initial U.S. federal coronavirus-relief law, the CARES Act, and about U.S. Senators of both Parties now intending to include such corruption in the next one. (NOTE: This present news-report may be viewed as a confirmation, and a further explanation, of what I was predicting in my article on April 22nd, “Why Post-Coronavirus America Will Have Massive Poverty”. What that was predicting is being confirmed in the two recent news-reports that are cited here.)
Regarding the CARES Act, J. Robert Downen headlined in the Houston Chronicle on December 14th, “Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church got $4.4 million in federal PPP loans”, and he reported that “Lakewood received a $4.4 million loan through the Paycheck Protection Program, a part of the federal CARES Act that provided loans to pay employee wages or for other basic operational costs such as utilities. The program marked the first time federal lawmakers allowed for direct financial assistance to houses of worship. … More than 1,000 religious groups in Texas received hundreds of millions of dollars to retain a combined 59,000 jobs, the Chronicle reported in July.”
At around the start of the coronavirus-epidemic, the Texas state government had announced, on 24 January 2020, that “Our workforce continues to grow and is now 14,188,100 Texans strong”, and this means that the CARES Act’s breaking-of-precedent (“the first time federal lawmakers allowed for direct financial assistance to houses of worship”) was helping to retain employment for one two-hundred-and-fortieth of employed Texans, and therefore it couldn’t even possibly have produced any significant impact upon the rate of unemployment in Texas, but only improved the re-election chances of public officials in Texas, by its purchasing from Texas’s preachers (who have lots of political clout in that state) a more favorable attitude toward those incumbent governmental office-holders, who had provided this largesse, upon their special interest.
Oregonians fed up with anti-lockdown and coronavirus restrictions attacked the Oregon Capitol building Monday as they tried to gain access during a special session.
Anti-lockdown protestors broke glass doors at the Capitol building as they attempted to gain access to the building. They were briefly engaged in a standoff with Oregon State Police and Salem Police Department officers.
More than one hundred people attended the far-right Patriot Prayer group’s six-hour rally. At least four people were arrested for unlawful behavior.
This edition of MHB Report considers how the global pandemic constitutes a subtly camouflaged medical-scientific decree being utilized to eliminate the individual, decimate the middle class, and usher in general impoverishment, all of which are landmarks on the World Economic Forum’s roadmap toward global communism.
Chris Black Investment Watch Blog December 21, 2020
Nothing can go wrong, except everything.
In case you did not know, both Pfizer’s and Moderna’s vaccines are mRNA vaccines. Which means, they do not introduce an attenuated form of the virus into your body, but rather, let me quote:
“Unlike a normal vaccine, RNA vaccines work by introducing an mRNA sequence (the molecule which tells cells what to build) which is coded for a disease specific antigen [virus]; once produced within the body, the antigen [virus] is recognized by the immune system, preparing it to fight the real thing.”
Every US state has been advised to consider ethnic minorities as a critical and vulnerable group in their vaccine distribution plans, according to Centers for Disease Control guidance.
As a result, half of the nation’s states have outlined plans that now prioritize black, Hispanic and indigenous residents over white people in some way, as the vaccine rollout begins.
According to our analysis, 25 states have committed to a focus on racial and ethnic communities as they decided which groups should be prioritized in receiving a coronavirus vaccine dose.
These include New Mexico, where collaboration with Native Americans is being prioritized; California, which has committed to ensuring black and Hispanic people have greater access to the vaccine; and Oregon, where health officials have said that ethnic minorities with have ‘equitable access’ to the shot.
“I’ve looked at the science. I’ve studied what [vaccine manufacturer Pfizer] have put forth in their studies, in their warnings, in their precautions, and the side effects, and I’m not comfortable to say that this is something that would be safe for myself.”
A recent poll of nearby Miami hospital network workers indicated that half of employees express skepticism toward the hastily developed vaccine.
With the latest, $900 billion covid-stimulus deal now done (which unless the Democrats win the Georgia Senate runoffs in 2 weeks will be the final covid stimulus bill according to Goldman), attention turns to what’s actually in it.
First: the good news – the bill will include a fresh round of benefits for small businesses as well as the usual one-time pittance for peasants, amounting to a $600 check. Here are the key components:
Direct payments of $600 to most Americans ($600 per adult and $600 per child); the amounts decrease for individuals with more than $75,000 in income and $150,000 for couples.
$300-per-week in enhanced unemployment benefits through March. Expiring programs for gig workers and the long-term unemployed also would continue.
$284 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program that provides grants forgivable loans to small businesses, arguably the most successful and also most abused program of the CARES act. This represents the bulk of the $325 billion the bill puts toward small businesses