May 25, 2024

When it comes to vaccines, “from vs. with” matters again


In this March 15, 2021 article for Off Guardian, Kit Knightly talks about the “most conscise displays of true-life doublethink” happening in the media today. Knightly says that when it comes to COVID deaths, anyone who dies within 30 days of a positive test result is considered as a COVID death, regardless of the actual cause of death. Meanwhile, he says that vaccine deaths uses a different criteria.

Knightly says that when it comes to deaths after vaccination, government institutions are so careful with associating causality. In fact, they go out of their way to defend the vaccine, even when the causality is so clear.

Knightly ends his article with the following words: “If they want to define a ‘Covid death’ as dying within 60 days of a positive test, fine. But then anyone who dies within two months of getting vaccinated is a ‘vaccine death’. And they should have those two big red numbers counting up, right next to each other, on the front page of every news website in the world. And if they don’t do that – which they obviously won’t – then you have a deliberately employed double standard, and that is a tacit admission of intentional deception”.

Editor’s Note: This article is important because it reveals to us the scale of deception being done both by the government in mainstream media to make us believe that: 1) COVID is deadly, 2) vaccines work, and 3) vaccines are safe.

Anyone who has been actively researching about the issue of COVID-19 and the destructive impact of coronavirus measures know exactly what Kit Knightly is saying. Our society seems to be suffering from schizophrenia, where many prefer to believe in a nightmarish reality, rather than the liberating power of truth, science, and data.

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