After millions of children, including babies as young as six months, have been vaccinated against the Chinese coronavirus, the World Health Organization has changed its mind. The WHO’s latest guidance declares that COVID-19 is no big whoop and there’s no point in vaxxing healthy kids 17 and under. Now they tell us.
Since they’ve taken their mask off, expect a lot of additional countries around the world to start imposing the “soft bans” on the shots that we’ve been talking about for the past year.
The WHO says that the 6-months to 17-years age group is now “low-priority” when it comes to countries’ vaccination policies. In a press release that doubles as a word salad, the WHO now “urges countries considering vaccination of this age group to base their decisions on contextual factors, such as the disease burden, cost effectiveness, and other health or programmatic priorities and opportunity costs.”
Translation: Make up an excuse to get out of administering the shots to anyone under 18, as they’ve already done in the UK, the Netherlands, Iceland, Australia, New Zealand, Germany and other countries.
While the WHO still declares the shots to be “safe and effective” for kids under 18, they’re giving countries permission to impose their own soft bans. Just don’t call it a ban, because that would imply that Pfizer and Moderna did something wrong or they had a faulty product.
To their credit, the WHO does acknowledge that the shots don’t work as well as other vaccines.
The WHO states:
“The public health impact of vaccinating healthy children and adolescents is comparatively much lower than the established benefits of traditional essential vaccines for children – such as the rotavirus, measles, and pneumococcal conjugate vaccines.”
That’s a big admission, with no confusing what they’re trying to say. The COVID shots simply do not work as well as other vaccines that were manufactured with traditional epidemiological methods. This new mRNA technology wouldn’t even be classified as a “vaccine” if they hadn’t changed the definition of the word.
And are the shots really “safe and effective” for kids under 18?
A 10-year-old boy died during hockey practice in Ontario, Toronto last month. A 17-year-old cheerleader had a heart attack during practice in North Carolina. A 14-year-old gymnast died in her PE class in England. A 12-year-old New Jersey boy died of a heart attack during light football practice. A 17-year-old soccer player in Canada died in his sleep from a heart attack.
A 13-year-old basketball player in Utah collapsed during a game in January and needed open heart surgery to save his life. A 14-year-old soccer player in Spain died at home immediately after practice. An 11-year-old girl in Texas had a heart attack during soccer practice. A 13-year-old girl in Saskatchewan, Canada died during a soccer match.
A 13-year-old volleyball player in Romania died of cardiac arrest during a game. A 15-year-old volleyball player in Italy died of a cerebral aneurysm. Two 16-year-old girls – one in Nevada and one in New York – died on January 5th when they went into cardiac arrest at their schools. A 10-year-old hockey player in Quebec died suddenly during a match.
These are just the kids that have died in 2023 that we know about, due to local news reports in their home states or countries. The national media doesn’t touch these stories with a 10-foot pole, because everyone knows what is causing these deaths. That’s the “safe and effective” that the World Health Organization is talking about.
Upon hearing about the WHO’s new guidance, Florida Surgeon General Joseph Lapado stated, “It makes it not only senseless, but malicious, to be giving these mRNA COVID-19 vaccines to young men and boys at this point in the pandemic.”
He’s totally correct. Undiagnosed myocarditis is rampant in boys and young men who have received the shot. And that doesn’t mean that girls or women are out of the woods when it comes to these shots. Dr. Naomi Wolf argues that the COVID shots are doing far worse damage to women and girls, especially their reproductive systems. And that’s based on Pfizer’s internal documents that they didn’t want the public to see for 75 years.
At least the tide is starting to turn, with the WHO changing its tune on whether kids should get the vax. But we still have a long way to go before these shots are banned and the culprits in this crime are brought to justice.