The Gibraltar Experiment: Fully Vaccinate Your Population, and You Get Evidence That Boosters Do Not Work
Gibraltar looks like a Shining Example of Pathogenic Priming, Specifically Disease Enhancement, or is Something Else Going On?
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By Public Health standards, Gibraltar is a smashing success; they have delivered enough vaccines to the population to vaccinate 140% of the population, making it the most vaccinated region (British Overseas Territory, in this case) in the world.
The people of Gibraltar are looking forward to a wonderful holiday season. Some time in the distant future. But not this year.
Christmas 2021 has been canceled.
Related: Christmas Canceled in Gibraltar (Newsweek)
Take a look at their data (Source: Worldometer)
This cannot be explained by “vaccines only protect you but don’t stop the spread”. Something else must be going on.
Compare them to Sweden:
And now compared New York and Florida:
I think we’re seeing a pattern here.
The policies that restrict intermingling of people and the spread of the virus leave behind people who are not yet immune due to natural immunity. Ok, so that’s the “pay-the-piper” model; virus is gonna virus.
Another way of looking at this is that given the denial of early, effective treatments, there is a massive cost to deaths as a direct result of reliance on the vaccine alone.
The shining star in COVID-19 is India.
Their medical practice is excellent and involves prophylactic use of Ivermectin.
Now let’s look at Gibraltar again:
And their remarkable vaccine experiment. After a four-month hiatus in vaccination, Gibraltar starting boosting on October 11, 2021, when there was no significant increase in COVID-19 cases. The increase in new cases started around November 1.
Before detractors cry out “Correlation Does Not Equal Causation”, be advised: It’s very difficult to have causation without a temporal correlation like this. The booster program is an excellent candidate for a cause in the rise in cases in Gibraltar.
There’s an old saying that goes something like this:
Fool me once, shame on you.
Fool me twice, shame on me.
Fool me three times, I’m canceling Christmas, and putting Ivermectin in your stocking.