What Are The Odds?
Updated: Jun 25, 2021
“Action itself is not a virtue; its goals and its forms determine its value.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
With so many issues and so much information (and misinformation) at play during this coronacrisis, it’s good to step back and look at the big picture.
What are the odds of dying from C-19?
And what are the odds with the vaccine?
Let us, for a moment, take all the fear and reactivity out of our current points of view -- or the points of view of the media, politicians, or anyone else causing us to make rash decisions about our health.
Let us logically consider some facts as they pertain to you and me, personally.
We know that C-19 has the greatest impact on the elderly and those with underlying health conditions.
Keeping in mind the medical oath to "first do no harm," it would make sense to encourage us to deal with underlying issues to the best of our ability.
Given that about 80% of deaths in the Western world are related to lifestyle diseases, i.e. diseases caused as a result of how we live our lives, and that these underlying issues make us far more likely to die of C-19, this should be at least part of how we address this disease.
In an ideal world, public health would be all over us promoting healthy eating, exercise, good sleep hygiene and stress reduction, among other lifestyle remedies.
They would be encouraging us to do what is within our power to do for the greater good and our own good.
We would not only be reducing our risk of dying from C-19, but also reducing our risk of most of the things we’re currently dying from.
And, we’d be healthy enough to catch covid and develop natural immunity, thereby protecting the vulnerable through herd immunity, without fear of dying or gambling with experimental injections.
They would save money!
We would experience agency!
I’ve shared other things we can do as well.
There are prophylactic drugs like Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin.
(We’ll stay away from the reasons as to why information about them is being withheld, just for today.)
There are simple protective measures like vitamins D and C, quercetin, zinc, and melatonin, which are recommended for C-19 prevention by the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC).
And there are many other immune-boosting foods, supplements, and protocols you can choose, as well.
But the government is not promoting any of these.
Which seems odd, considering that getting people into better shape with greater immunity would create a massive reduction in healthcare costs, overcrowded hospitals, and early death.
Let’s put aside my fantasy world and go back to the original questions.
My new favourite investigative writer is fellow Canadian, Julius Ruechel.
Julius has analyzed government data and laid it out in such a comprehensive way, that even those of us who still have trouble reading a graph can understand.
And this week, he answered the above questions.
You really really want to read this story.
And you’ll probably feel better about your odds!
I’ll leave you with this jaw-dropping teaser…
“…if you are healthy and under the age of 45, you have ZERO statistical risk of death if you catch COVID.”
Here’s Statistics Canada’s own report…
Julius then takes us through the statistical odds of vaccine injury or death.
The reports are vast and varied and may shock you.
He quotes the CDC’s own website by stating that no vaccine is 100% risk-free because "each person's body reacts to vaccines differently.”
If you are feeling pressured into getting a vaccine, if you are questioning whether or not you should, you must read this article so that you can calculate your own odds.
Because every person must have the right to do what’s best for their own mind and body.
And as Julius concludes...
“Hundreds of millions of people around the world are being encouraged to risk their life on these vaccines without having any risk of COVID death to offset. For these people, the vaccine is, quite literally, more dangerous than the virus.”
I encourage you to share this critical information.
Everyone deserves to have it, even if they’ve tried to shame you into making a decision that doesn’t fit for you.
And even if no one but you reads it, isn’t it better to be the odd one out?
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