Something extraordinary happened yesterday, but we are now so numbed by the effects of this pandemic that many have brushed it off.
A government that has been slavishly begging us to “follow the science” for months has rejected one of the agencies it says it must trust to provide the science to massively vaccinate healthy children ages 12 to 15 who have a tiny amount from next week. chance of succumbing to Covid-19.
The Joint Vaccination and Immunization Committee had said the vaccine should only be offered to teenagers if they are extremely frail or living with someone at risk, as the benefits do not outweigh the risks and the likelihood of long-term Covid among the age group is low. .
But the decision to ignore the JCVI’s ambiguous message and continue the search for jab jab at almost any cost was made by Christopher Whitty – a man without children who wants us to live in fear of the coronavirus forever.
One of the main reasons behind such a worrying move, with real health risks to our innocent young people, was fears that the ongoing spread of Covid would give them even more education.
But the decision to ignore the JCVI’s ambiguous message and continue the search for jab jab at almost any cost was made by Christopher Whitty (pictured in September 2020) – a man with no children who wants us to continue living in fear. for the perpetual coronavirus
Controversial Education Secretary Gavin Williamson and his department have pushed for such a rollout, terrified of the militant education unions that refused to work at the height of the pandemic and caused the youth to miss an average of 107 days of education last year.
So essentially we’re going to be jabbing millions of kids for no good health reasons, just to keep teachers happy, who will no doubt gently (or not so gently) start encouraging their students to get jabbed.
Meanwhile, ministers have made it clear that parents have NO right to ignore the wishes of even 12-year-olds, despite experts at the JCVI saying a 12-year-old is less likely to be deemed competent to make the decision alone.
It’s almost unbelievable that we give in to teachers who have spent most of 2020 doing everything possible not to teach.
And how is there such a conspiracy of silence surrounding this highly controversial decision, with most politicians and media outlets accepting that the unprecedented move was almost inevitable?
Why? Because they do that in Israel and Australia—two countries that are also desperately trying to poke five- to 11-year-olds.
Following their path, newborns are pricked the moment they leave the womb.
It was left to the plucky Conservative MP Marcus Fysh to offer some political resistance and called for the head of the CMO.
He tweeted: “Sorry to say, Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty does not deserve the country’s trust in deciding to vaccinate teens without good clinical reason. He must resign.’
So much about Whitty’s decision must be questioned.
Controversial Education Secretary Gavin Williamson (pictured in February) and his department have pushed for such a rollout, terrified of the militant education unions who refused to work at the height of the pandemic
It was left to the brave Conservative MP Marcus Fysh (pictured left, next to David Davis) to offer some political resistance, calling for the head of the CMO
What happened to the benefits of natural immunity? Some studies argue that the best way to protect children and the world from Covid in the long term is to let them get it. Let them build a natural immunity that – over time – will turn Covid into just another cold.
Is the alternative poking children every year forever? Covid will never go away if it does.
Teens only get one dose of the jab, instead of two, because of the dangers.
The most troubling of these is myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart, which a new study in the US and Israel suggests affects 162.2 cases per million for healthy boys ages 12 to 15 and 94 cases per million for healthy boys ages 12 to 15. 16 to 17 years after two years. shots.
That means boys ages 12 to 15 are four to six times more likely to have vaccine-related myocarditis than end up in hospital with Covid.
It’s almost unbelievable that we give in so much to teachers who have spent the vast majority of 2020 doing everything possible not to teach, writes Dan Wootton (pictured above)
Anyone who has suffered from heart disease as an adult will tell you that myocarditis is not something you want to encounter in your teens, even though the experts assure us that the cases discovered so far are “mild.”
In addition, the US CDC is currently investigating the death of Jacob Clynick, a healthy 13-year-old from Michigan with no underlying health problems who died in his sleep three days after his second Covid shot in June.
In its report earlier this month, the JCVI admitted that there is “significant uncertainty about the extent of the potential harm” from vaccinating teens.
No wonder JCVI member Professor Adam Finn from the University of Bristol said: ‘I stand by the JCVI advice that at this time should not continue to vaccinate healthy 12- to 15-year-olds based on health outcomes, risk benefits, given the current uncertainty – as there is a small but plausible risk that rare damage outweighs modest benefits.’
Don’t tell me that a 12-year-old can make these kinds of serious health decisions on his own, sometimes against his parents’ advice.
There is a reason why this age group cannot vote or fight for their country in a war.
I can only imagine the scenes in schools across the country. Woke up teachers who preached that every student should be poked for the good of society and to save grandma, while virtually every other classmate is vaccinated in the school hall.
It would take a very strong young person to stand up to that level of societal influence and peer pressure.
Parents will also rightly be concerned about the impact on their children’s social lives and ability to travel in the future if they decide not to use the shot, as the government insists on keeping vaccine passports ‘in reserve’.
Now to emphasize, I am in no way against the brilliant and groundbreaking Covid vaccine.
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization had said the vaccine should only be offered to teenagers if they are extremely vulnerable or live with someone at risk (file photo)
I’m doubly provoked and think it’s a good idea for any adult, especially the vulnerable or those with underlying health conditions – but it’s up to the individual to make the choice.
I despise the coercive culture that has developed around vaccination, as it is a fundamental human right to make informed decisions about what goes into our bodies.
The coronavirus is now becoming endemic.
Infection rates are not all that different between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated – although deaths and serious illnesses are MUCH higher among the unvaccinated.
It will be very difficult to avoid Covid over the next 12 months, but the serious risks of hospitalization and death are now gone for the vast majority of those who want to get vaccinated.
We need common sense like the flu, so if you have symptoms and test positive, stay home.
The fact that the rest of the world is vaccinating children doesn’t make it right.
Does it take the death of a perfectly healthy British young person – possibly even one who has been vaccinated against their parents’ wishes – before our officials wake up and realize how wrong this decision is?