UK Government Shares Concerns: Vaccinated Youth Facing Higher Death Rates

Written by Christopher Smith.

Recent figures from the UK Government’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) have raised eyebrows across the board, revealing that young adults aged 18 to 39 who have received four COVID-19 vaccinations are up to 318% more likely to die than those who haven’t received the vaccines. This news has sparked a lively debate about the safety of these mRNA vaccines, stirring concern among the public and experts alike.

Month by month, the data paints a consistent picture: youths who’ve had four vaccine doses face significantly higher mortality risks than their peers who’ve had fewer or no doses. With risks varying between 221% and 318% higher in different months, these figures prompt serious discussions about the possible risks associated with multiple vaccine doses in young people.

Visual Evidence and Its Implications

The severity of this issue is further underscored by a visual chart from The Exposé, which starkly illustrates the increased mortality risks associated with higher vaccine uptake. Supported by a scientific study released this year, the troubling conclusion drawn is that the harms of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines might vastly outweigh the benefits. The study suggests that for every life potentially saved by the vaccine, nearly 14 might be lost to adverse effects.

Adding to the concern, Alex Jones, host of Infowars, has labeled these vaccines “lethal injections,” pointing to their serious side effects. The Exposé also reports a staggering 14,000% increase in cancer cases in the U.S., a rise they attribute to these vaccines, based on CDC data.

Vaccine Safety Concerns for Children

The debate extends to the safety of vaccines for children. Research indicates that vaccinated children are far more likely to suffer from severe allergies, autism, gastrointestinal issues, asthma, ADHD, and chronic ear infections than those who are unvaccinated. Not breastfeeding and C-section deliveries may exacerbate these risks.

The timing of vaccinations is also crucial. Studies show that children vaccinated before one year of age are more prone to developmental delays, asthma, and ear infections. Moreover, the more vaccines a child receives early on, the higher the likelihood of developing chronic health conditions and even an increased risk of mortality. This correlation between the number of vaccine doses and infant mortality rates is both stark and alarming.

Our Take

These recent findings and reports paint a worrying picture about the potential risks of COVID-19 vaccines, especially the mRNA types. From a conservative viewpoint, this situation underscores the urgent need for stringent scrutiny of vaccine safety and efficacy. It’s imperative that the public has access to clear, comprehensive information about the risks associated with these vaccines, especially when it comes to our younger population.

Navigating these challenging waters requires a critical evaluation of our health policies and the decision-makers involved. It’s crucial that public health decisions are grounded in robust science and reliable data to maintain public trust in our healthcare systems and ensure the safety of the community. As more information becomes available, health authorities and the medical community must take decisive actions to protect public health, with a particular focus on our most vulnerable populations. This is essential not only for public safety but also for maintaining confidence in our public health systems and medical practices.

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