The NCIRS’s AusVaxSafety project is entirely funded by the Australian Government, and shows that almost 60% of individuals experience an adverse reaction to the vaccine. About 1 in 5 people experience such severe reactions that they report needing to take time off work, and 1.3% of individuals need to visit the hospital or a doctor as a matter of urgency.

And, numerous Universities and the Australian TGA have independently found that 90-99% of vaccine related injuries are not properly reported and don’t get officially counted.

There have also been more deaths related to vaccines in 2021 than there were over the entire past decade, almost twice as many.

Look to the most vaccinated countries

With around 33,000 residents, Gibraltar is the most vaccinated country on earth.

By June 1st over 99% of Gibraltar’s population was fully vaccinated with two doses.

And since that time new COVID cases have increased from 1 per day to 25 per day, and the country is now going back into lockdown.

Similar stories are occurring in other countries with the highest percentages vaccinated; Seychelles, Israel, UK, Malta and Iceland.

The vaccine does not stop infections, and we cannot trust the companies involved in the rollout and production, we cannot trust their claims, we cannot give them the benefit of the doubt, and we must understand that their efficiency and safety data is not reliable and actionable data.

Iceland has the third highest rate of COVID-19 vaccinations in the world with 75% of their population vaccinated.

They also currently have more daily cases than they have had in the last 16 months.

Thankfully, viruses get less deadly over time, and deaths in Iceland do remain near zero. As of the 3rd of September 2021, as I’m writing this, Israel just reported an all time record of 16,629 new cases. Unfortunately if the goal of a mass vaccination campaign is to stop the spread of an infection in order to gain herd immunity then the COVID-19 vaccines are not working.

12 out of 13 countries on Johns Hopkin University’s list of the most vaccinated are currently listed by the CDC as ‘high’ or ‘very high’ COVID-19 travel risk.

Very High: Malta, the UAE, Seychelles, Chile, Uruguay, Bahrain, Mongolia, Israel

High: Iceland, Qatar, Belgium, Canada, Bahrain

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