Like a beagle that still has a head

We know now from studies that have already been done, with more to come, if you are vaccinated without a boost, you have a diminution in the protection to Omicron when you talk about the level of antibodies. But that’s very nicely reconstituted with a boost. You can feel reasonably comfortable, but all things being equal, you will not get seriously ill if you get infected.”

This is the salesmanship of a heroin pusher. He’s saying the first two shots have failed but in order to save the regime, the illusion of efficacy against a harmless cold is in our best interests.

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9 Responses to Like a beagle that still has a head

  1. Not Trampis says:

    He isn’t saying that at all. If this was the case then 1-2% of people who get covid would die, 1 in 12 would die from problems exacerbated by covid and long covid would be affecting between 1 in 4 to 1 in 8.
    diminution does not mean no protection.

  2. Boambee John says:

    Non Compos Mentis

    You trotted out those figures on an earlier thread. From whence did they come?

    Did 1-2% of all Kung Flu cases die before the vaccines came along? Did 1 in 12 “die from problems exacerbated by covid” before vaccines came along? Did long COVID affect “between 1 in 4 to 1 in 8” before vaccines came along?

    Or did you just pluck those numbers from your fundamental orifice?

  3. Entropy says:

    Flu shots effectiveness wears down in a few months, the vaccine for this virus will be the same. To imply conspiracy is not too sensible, it is more credible to say politics is driving the response still, and it will continue until enough people get jack of it.
    At present, people are still responding with irrational fear (both of the virus itself, and for some, the vaccine), but it will change the more the politicians hype this omicron variant, more quickly than you think.

  4. C.L. says:

    A ‘flu shot’ is not a vaccine.
    The two covid doses were sold relentlessly as an end-game vaccine, not a Fisherman’s Friend lolly that melts.

    What Fauci is saying – in unison with all the other fraudulent ‘experts’ – is that now that the ‘vaccine’ has utterly failed (in less time than the gestation of a human baby), the ‘booster’ will fend off omicron. In fact, nothing special is necessary to fend off omicron for most people because it’s basically a cold.

  5. rosie says:

    The fatality rate is very closely linked to age/ comorbity.
    I’ve forgotten the bottom end of the spectrum on the Australian covid mortality data but, not surprisingly it tops out at 50% of men aged over 90.
    I’m not going to dismiss covid as a mere cold.
    Circulation in Australia was severely limited because of early elimination strategies and the effects are now heavily masked by vaccines.
    I think there is sufficient evidence from the real of the world that for over 60s it is a potentially very serious illness.
    What a pity the vaccines haven’t worked as well as the very demanding public have expected.
    I’m sure if they conferred lifetime immunity there would be something else we could cry about.
    As for boosters, I really don’t care, because according to the real experts anyone who’s vaxxed is already a dead man walking.
    The two opportunities I’ve been given to get my views across to state and federal politicians is to hammer personal responsibility as the only strategy.
    Still hopeful we’ll get there.
    I had a squizz at the data for Spain and Italy, cases back up to June July numbers but deaths still staying low.

    .up til July 2021 here

  6. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Like a Beagle That Still Has a Head

    Maybe Jill Biden can rehouse Major with Fauci.
    I’m sure they’d get on excellently.
    The biter bit.

  7. RacerX says:

    “What a pity the vaccines haven’t worked as well as the very demanding public have expected.”

    Fortunately for the vaccine manufacturers this hasn’t hurt their sales or profits.

  8. Perfidious Albino says:

    Talk about blaming the victims Rosie. What a pity the drugs were marketed as ‘vaccines’ and not therapeutics in the first place. The long established dictionary definition, clinical and common understanding of what a vaccine is was hardly a ‘demanding’ benchmark from an unrealistic public.

    Instead, they’ve had to change the definition of a vaccine to fit the reality of what they’ve manufactured. The fact it’s been largely successful doesn’t bode well for a future beyond 1984.

  9. Diogenes says:

    What a pity the vaccines haven’t worked as well as the very demanding public have expected.

    No they haven’t met the promises made by the salespeople.

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