Monthly Archives: September 2021

UK study: vaccinated at higher risk of infection, death

By Hatrick Penry

9/14/21

A September 3rd, 2021 study from the United Kingdom titled ‘SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern and variants under investigation in England: Technical Briefing 22’ reveals a higher instance of infection and death from COVID for those who have been vaccinated with 1 or more doses than those who were unvaccinated.

The 32 page report is produced by Public Health England which is an executive agency of the Department of Health and Social Care in England. Interestingly enough PHE is slated for closure in September, 2021 according to Wikipedia.

The data of particular interest can be found on pages 21 and 22 of the report in the form of a table denoting ‘Attendance to emergency care and deaths of sequenced and genotyped Delta cases in England by vaccination status
(1 February 2021 to 29 August 2021)
‘.

(Below: UK Delta variant infections from 2/1/21 to 8/29/21)

There are myriad statistics that can be derived from this study but let’s have a look at the fundamentals: let us compare the numbers of infected who received one or more doses vs. the numbers of infected who received no dose at all. When we do this we must count the three columns that indicate 1 or more doses (27,993+80,877+113,823=222,693) and compare and contrast with the numbers of infected who did not receive a dose (219,716). The result is obvious: more people were infected by COVID who had one or more doses of the vaccine. In fact 2,977 more people were infected after having 1 or more doses than those who remained unvaccinated.

“You’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations” – President Joe Biden

Now let’s have a look at the numbers of those who died as a result of COVID who had one or more doses of vaccine vs. those who died of COVID who were unvaccinated:

(Below: UK Delta variant fatalities from 2/1/21 to 8/29/21 (a continuation of the table above found on page 22 of the study))

Following the method utilized above in our examination of infections, we want to compare the number of fatalities of those who received one or more doses of vaccine vs. the number of fatalities among the unvaccinated. To do this we add the 3 columns of numbers of those who received one or more doses and died (16+126+1,091=1233) and compare to the number of the unvaccinated who died (536). What we see is staggering: 697 more people died from COVID within that time period who had received one or more doses of vaccine than those who were unvaccinated.

From a statistical standpoint, by the numbers, it appears that the COVID-19 vaccines do more harm than good. And this report begs these questions:

  1. Are U.S. authorities providing false data for their claims of a ‘pandemic of the unvaccinated’? If not then why the difference between this study and what our government and the ‘experts’ are telling us?
  2. Are the vaccines causing the variants?
  3. Had we relied on our natural immune systems and herd immunity would there be so many dangerous variants or variants at all?
  4. Had we relied on our natural immune systems how many less infections would there have been? How many less deaths?
  5. How could the clinical vaccine trials have produced data that is in such contradiction to this study?

-HP

“This is a simple, basic proposition: If you’re vaccinated, you’re not going to be hospitalized, you’re not going to be in an ICU unit, and you’re not going to die” – President Joe Biden  

One BIG reason the U.S. lacks enough ICU beds for COVID patients

By Hatrick Penry

9/10/21

Dear reader;

I keep hearing on the news how ICU beds at American hospitals are overflowing with unvaccinated COVID patients and that it is entirely the fault of the unvaccinated.

When I hear this I hearken back to President Eisenhower’s farewell address where he warned about the military industrial complex and how much we were spending on defense and to wage foreign wars. President Eisenhower pointed out that each battleship we built cost the equivalent of a new hospital. He warned about the military industrial complex, how big it had grown and how much treasure it consumed each year. Treasure that could not be spent here at home on things such as hospitals or schools because it was being allocated to the military industrial complex.

This was Eisenhower’s point: money spent building battleships is money that cannot be spent on building hospitals.

(Below: the USS Zumwalt (construction began in 2009) was built at a cost of around $4 billion dollars per ship. The Iowa class battleship (built from 1940-44) cost approximately $100 million dollars per ship)

Now fast forward to the year 2021. The Afghanistan war (an illegal war) of 20 years has come to an end. President Biden has publicly stated that U.S. taxpayers spent over 2 trillion dollars to finance the war. A quick check on the internet reveals that the cost of a hospital to be built (in the year 2021) ranges from 60 million to 187.5 million.

Let’s go on the high side and say it costs $200 million to build a hospital at current market rates. Now divide that into the $2 trillion spent in Afghanistan and we end up with the figure of 10,000.

That is 10,000 hospitals that could have been built instead of waging an illegal war in a foreign land; something our founding fathers warned us about.

“America… goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy.” -John Adams

But let’s lowball these numbers and say we could have built 5,000 hospitals instead of financing a failure of a 20 year war overseas. Do you think 5,000 hospitals could have eased our current ICU bed overload?

How sleazy and unfair it is to blame the unvaccinated for our current hospital crisis. Is it not our leaders who decided to spend money on endless foreign wars instead of building hospitals (and schools, roads and bridges for that matter) here at home? Is it not a failure of government when a choice is made between building engines of war instead of hospitals of healing?

Do Americans have any fault in our current hospital crisis? Did we stand by and let corrupt politicians spend out tax money on bombs and guns instead of doctors or teachers?

It’s obvious to me that, like the Afghanistan war, our corrupt Federal government has also been a complete failure for many, many years. The problem is systemic. It’s not something we can vote our way out of. Something needs to change and that change has to first manifest in the mentality of the American public. We need to not just talk about becoming a kinder, gentler nation but actually take action to show we have had a change of heart and that we really are a more compassionate people.

In summation: it is grossly unfair to blame unvaccinated Americans for our lack of ICU beds in our nation’s hospitals when our government squandered trillions of taxpayer dollars on failed foreign wars. Trillions that could have easily been spent on hospitals, housing and mental health care for our homeless, schools and teacher salaries, rebuilding infrastructure such as bridges and roads, feeding hungry Americans etc.

It seems to me the question that we face is a simple one: do we want to build more battleships or more hospitals?

-HP

The Afghanistan Heroin-Fentanyl-Depopulation Agenda Explained

By Hatrick Penry

9/3/21

Here’s how it works:

Step 1: Invade Afghanistan, world’s leading grower of poppies and producer of heroin, over false flag event (9/11).

Step 2: Allow domestic ‘pill mills’ to circulate painkillers, like Oxycontin, freely with little restriction.

Step 3: Have CIA begin to import black tar heroin from Afghanistan onto the streets of America.

Step 4: After the domestic ‘pill mills’ cause enough people to be addicted to painkillers, begin to crack down on the ‘pill mills’ and doctors that prescribe too many pills too freely.

Step 5: After cracking down on the over-prescription of painkillers, begin to flood black market with the alternative: even more cheap heroin from Afghanistan.

Step 6: Invest taxpayer dollars on NARCAM, the life saving antidote to heroin overdose. The taxpayer can be billed for the cost of the NARCAM which will allow the addict to survive the overdose and be back to using heroin (and spending money) as soon as possible.

Step 7: Invest in rehab centers for those wealthy enough to afford them. Invest in NARCAM producers. Continue to flood streets with black tar heroin and continue shutting down ‘pill mills’ and doctors who over-prescribe.

Step 8: Once enough money has been made it becomes time for the depopulation agenda. Begin to increase level of Fentanyl that is being smuggled by CIA from China.

Step 9: Make deal to turn over poppy production in Afghanistan to China, while an open southern border allows for a simultaneous increase in the smuggling of the killer drug Fentanyl.

Step 10: With Afghanistan black tar heroin becoming less available and more expensive, make the substitute of Fentanyl an easily available, cheap alternative.

Step 11: Count the fatalities.