It is mind-boggling to read experts saying that kids should get injected with the experimental mRNA “vaccine.”
But we’re at that point now.
Children have fared better than adults in the coronavirus pandemic, a fact that makes the development of vaccines for them a unique effort in the annals of medical science.
Historically, pediatric vaccines have focused on killer childhood diseases, but the pandemic has thrown a curve into that thinking. While the virus has been a deadly force among older adults, it’s been shown to be mild in the young with deaths relatively minimal.
That’s sparked an emerging debate among scientists about how critical it is that children be immunized. Some say the case for inoculating kids is less pressing, given that their outcomes tend to be so much better. Worldwide, the rollout of vaccines has prioritized older people and others at risk because of their health or occupation.
“Vaccines for polio, diphtheria and meningitis were all geared to eliminate the most dangerous diseases in children,” said Michael Hefferon, an assistant professor in the pediatrics department at Queen’s University in Ontario. “We now have almost the opposite. It’s a disease of adults, and the older you get the more sinister it is. Therefore children are less relevant.”
Fact check: if it is a real disease at all, it is a disease of older adults. Taking into account official data, no one under 60 has a reason to fear the allegedly new virus.
By the end of 2020, “388 people aged under 60 with ‘NO underlying health conditions’ have died of Covid in England’s hospitals.” That’s official data, which is obviously fake to begin with.
In January 2021, NHS England data revealed that people over 60 “account for 92 per cent of all hospital deaths from the coronavirus.” This mirrors the numbers reported in April 2020.
According to their own data, healthy adults have nothing to fear from this alleged virus. The number of deaths blamed on the coronavirus are ten times higher in countries high obesity rates. We know for a fact that this alleged virus didn’t increase the 2020 death toll in America, compared to previous years.
The American Academy of Pediatrics agrees. In a Feb. 25 letter to the White House and top U.S. health officials, the group’s president, Lee Savio Beers, wrote that having a Covid-19 vaccine for children “is essential for our nation to end the pandemic.”
Children “have suffered throughout the pandemic in ways both seen and unseen,” she wrote. “We cannot allow children to be an afterthought when they have shared so much burden throughout this pandemic.”
Meanwhile, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna Inc. and the Pfizer Inc.-BioNTech SE partnership are all making fast progress in trials in children ages 12 to 15 at a time when mitigation measures are slipping and a new school year is just six months away.
“For children 12 years of age and up, there will be a vaccine available before the next school year,” said Robert Frenck, director of the Vaccine Research Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and a principal investigator for the Pfizer trial. “Just looking at the time lines, it’s probably more likely the end of 2021 to early 2022 for younger kids, but maybe it’ll go a little faster than that.”
While some parents are understandably shy about putting their children in such a trial, Frenck said he has had few problems getting volunteers.
“A lot of parents were calling because their kids said, ‘This sounds like something I want to be involved in,’” he said, adding that he’s still getting emails regularly from parents wanting to sign up their teens, even with enrollment ended.
Yeah, just let kids decide if they want to get injected with the experimental gene therapy liquid. Kids know about these things.
It is one of our core values to respect children’s right to decide what to do with their bodies. If they want to mutilate their genitals or chemically prevent puberty, we let them.
If they want to inject themselves with a mysterious liquid after glowing screens have told them that vaccines save lives and will allow them to go back to school and meet friends, we let them.
If they can decide these things, they can also decide to have sex with older adults, according to their own logic. But we’re not going to let them do that, for now.