The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) publishes a weekly ‘Vaccine Surveillance’ report containing statistics on Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations and deaths by vaccination status across England over a period of four weeks. (…)
Every cell that they [the covid injections] infect, starts to produce pathogenic spike proteins. Your immune system recognises this (even if you don’t) and sends killer T cells to destroy those cells. Because unlike the present generation of politicians, pharmaceutical salesmen and NHS bureaucrats your immune system is desperately trying to keep you alive. The more boosters you take, the more spike proteins you make, the more cells you lose and the larger the fraction of your limited immune system response is directed into a self-inflicted civil war against vaccinated cells. (…)
These vaccines reprogram your immune system to fail and to therefore require more drugs from Pfizer and Moderna, just like an HIV AIDS patient. No true vaccine would ever have a negative efficacy. These vaccines are immune disruptors disguised and sold as immune boosters. They have no direct effectiveness against Omicron at all. So this variant exposes their true nature as immune system poisons. This may well be a criminal deception. Many who care have been trying to expose this for months. But now the UKHSA has done our job for us.(…)
The only question now remaining is how much of your immune system will have been 100% destroyed by the end of February? How much of the immune response to Covid-19 is needed to fight cancer, bacterial sepsis, fungal sepsis, other viruses, autoimmune diseases etc. etc.?
If you stop poisoning your body it may recover. If you continue to poison it, it will not.
By the end of February every fully vaccinated person in the UK may have full-blown vaccine mediated AIDS according to the UK Government’s own data. However, much of the immune system that is presently left with the ability to fight Omicron will have gone.
Read the full article including graphs here: https://dailyexpose.uk/2022/01/09/uk-gov-data-suggests-fully-vaccinated-developing-ade/
What can you do if you have already been vaccinated?
Dr Steve James at King’s College Hospital, South London responding to UK Health Minister Sajid Javid:
“So, I’ve had covid at some point, I’ve got antibodies, and I’ve been working on covid ICU since the beginning. I have not had a vaccination, I do not want to have a vaccination. The vaccines are reducing transmission only for about 8 weeks for Delta, with Omicron it’s probably less. And for that, I would be dismissed if I don’t have a vaccine? The science isn’t strong enough.”
“If you haven’t had the vaccination, do not get it, because the protection I’ve got from transmission is equivalent to somebody who’s vaccinated.”