by WorldTribune Staff, May 6, 2022
A risk-benefit analysis by Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., and independent researcher Kathy Dopp concluded that the Covid vaccine is deadlier than Covid itself for anyone under the age of 80.
The researchers looked at publicly available official data from the U.S. and UK for all age groups and compared all-cause mortality to the risk of dying from Covid. “All age groups under 50 years old are at greater risk of fatality after receiving a COVID-19 inoculation than an unvaccinated person is at risk of a COVID-19 death,” Seneff and Dopp concluded.
For younger adults and children, there’s no benefit, only risk, the researchers said in their analysis, which was published in mid-February,
“This analysis is conservative,” Seneff and Dopp note, “because it ignores the fact that inoculation-induced adverse events such as thrombosis, myocarditis, Bell’s palsy, and other vaccine-induced injuries can lead to shortened life span. When one takes into consideration the fact that there is approximately a 90% decrease in risk of COVID-19 death if early treatment is provided to all symptomatic high-risk persons, one can only conclude that mandates of COVID-19 inoculations are ill-advised. Considering the emergence of antibody-resistant variants like Delta and Omicron, for most age groups COVID-19 vaccine inoculations result in higher death rates than COVID-19 does for the unvaccinated.”
According to University of Warwick researchers, “the scale of excess non-COVID deaths is large enough for it to be seen as its own pandemic.”
Death rates have risen in tandem with the administration of Covid vaccines, with “the most-jabbed areas surpassing the least-jabbed in terms of excess mortality and Covid-related deaths,” Dr. Joseph Mercola noted.
“This flies in the face of official claims that the shots prevent severe Covid infection and lower your risk of death, be it from Covid or all causes,” Mercola wrote in a May 6 analysis.
Mercola cited CDC data which show more than 1 million excess deaths — deaths in excess of the historical average — have been recorded since the pandemic began.
“This cannot be explained by Covid,” Mercola wrote.
Deaths from heart disease, high blood pressure, dementia and many other illnesses have risen since the pandemic began. “We’ve never seen anything like it,” Robert Anderson, CDC’s head of mortality statistics, told The Washington Post in mid-February.
UK government data show the all-cause mortality rate is between 100% and 300% greater among people who got their first Covid shot 21 days or more ago, Mercola’s analysis said. “The risk for all-cause death is also significantly elevated among those who got their second dose at least six months ago and mildly elevated among those who got their third dose less than 21 days ago. As of January, all who got one or more doses at least 21 days ago were dying at significantly elevated rates.”
Data from the Walgreens COVID-19 tracker reveal that individuals who received the vaccine are testing positive for Covid at higher rates than the unvaccinated. Those who got their last shot five months or more ago have the highest risk.
Dr. Mercola noted that the data reveal that “two doses appear to have been protective for a short while, but after five months, it becomes net harmful. The group faring worst of all is the 12 to 17 cohort, where no one with one dose tested positive, but after the second dose, cases suddenly appear and get higher still after five months. After the third dose, positive cases drop a bit, but then shoot up higher than ever after five months.”
An illustration from Our World In Data, first showing the vaccination rates of South America, North America, Europe and Africa, from mid-December 2020 through the third week of April, followed by the cumulative confirmed Covid deaths per million in those countries during that same time frame.
Africa has had a consistently low vaccination rate throughout, while North America, Europe and South America all have had rapidly rising vaccination rates. Africa has also had a consistently low Covid mortality rate, although a slight rise began around September 2021.
It is still nowhere near the Covid death rates of North America, South America and Europe, all of which saw dramatic increases.
Covid Deaths vs. Vaccination Status
🌍 Comparison of:
—Africa (Pop. ~1.37 Billion)
—Europe (Pop. ~748 Million)
—S. America (Pop. ~434 Million)
—N. America (Pop. ~596 Million)
Source: Our World In Data pic.twitter.com/srGwEkGKLF
— Lindsay Kate (@TexasLindsay) April 23, 2022
“At this point, we also have the benefit of more than one risk-benefit analysis, and all show that, with very few exceptions, the Covid jabs do more harm than good,” Mercola wrote.