Covid Vaccine Was Rushed
“All it takes is one bad side effect to basically botch a vaccine program that we desperately need against this virus. It’s a prescription for disaster.” Dr. Howard Markel, professor at MSU It is now mid May 2021 approximately five months into the covid-19 vaccine rollout. 60% of Americans have received at least one dose of a vaccine and yet none of the four main vaccines have FDA approval status – three – moderna vaccine, pfizer vaccine, johnson and johnson – have Emergency Use Approval only – the other Astrazeneca has no approval not even for emergency use ! this is alarming !!
“People are going to die unnecessarily if we take chances with this” – sourced from Between Hope and Fear
- 1. the vaccine may not be safe.
- 2. if it is not safe, people lose faith in them
- 3. if a vaccine doesn’t offer complete protection, people will have a false sense of security and increase their risk.
- 4. a substandard vaccine gets an Emergency Use Approval, a better vaccine may never get approval,
History is rife with Examples of substandard, dangerous Vaccines
It took several incidents for people to start distrusting vaccines. Even after thousands of kids got sick from the first polio vaccine in 1955, when the program restarted, parents made sure their children got vaccinated.
In the mid 1970’s the US government launched a vaccination program in about half a year that saw 40 million people get vaccinated against swine flu; the vaccine was compulsary. That vaccination campaign was later linked to cases of a neurological disorder called Guillain-Barre syndrome, which can develop after an infection or, rarely, after vaccination with a live vaccine.
On April 12, 1955, the government announced the first vaccine to protect kids against polio. The vaccine was administered to hundreds of thousands of young people before it was pulled. Forty thousand kids got polio. Some had low levels, a couple hundred were left with paralysis, and about 10 died.
From 1955 to 1963, between 10% and 30% of polio vaccines were contaminated with simian virus 40 (SV40).
Tissue from live monkeys (rhesus macaques) imported from India was used to grow the virus. They were imported en masse in cages – many got sick and spread viruses very fast to the other monkeys. Scientists wrongly thought the formaldehyde they used would kill the virus.
Some studies showed a possible link between the virus and cancer but surprise surprise ! –>The U.S. Centers for Disease Control website, however, said most studies are “reassuring” and find no link (despite ample evidence to the contrary).