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Two months ago, we tried to alert people to the paradoxical results of the covid19 vaccines by publishing the pre- and post-vaccination mortality curves for Israel and Great Britain  which already showed that these vaccinations were followed by ‘a considerable increase in infection rates and mortality lasting 6 to 8 weeks after the start of vaccination. 
Since this period, vaccination campaigns have spread worldwide even to countries where Covid was not present. And everywhere they have been followed by a dramatic rise in new infections and mortality for several weeks or months. 
How many deaths and severe accidents will it take for executives, WHO, health agencies FDA, EMA among others, to look at the proven results of this experimental pseudo-vaccination in the real world and derive the results from it? consequences ?
Reminder of the proven facts published by the WHO
We present below the epidemic curves of the most vaccinated countries as published by the WHO.
In Nepal, a country of 28 million inhabitants
The vaccination campaign, using the Chinese vaccine and the Indian Astra Zeneca, began at the end of January 2021. So far, after ten months of the epidemic, the country had 270,092 confirmed cases and 2017 deaths and the daily average of new cases s ‘amounted to 350.
Four months after vaccination began, the epidemic has exploded with a current average of 8,000 new cases daily. As of May 22, Nepal had 497,052 (+ 90%) confirmed cases and 6,024 deaths (+ 200%.)
In Thailand, a country of 70 million inhabitants
The vaccination campaign using the Chinese vaccine began in the first week of March. So far, since the start of the epidemic, the country has only recorded 25,000 infected and 83 deaths attributed to Covid19.
Since the start of vaccination, in 2 months, the number of infected has multiplied by 5 (123,066 on 22/5) and that of deaths by 9 (735 on 22/5).
In Colombia, a country of 50 million inhabitants
A country severely affected by the disease, the epidemic began to decline sharply until the start of the vaccination campaign on February 18, 2021.
Since then, the number of daily infections has quadrupled and daily mortality has multiplied by 3
In Chile, a country of 18 million inhabitants
Vaccination began on December 24 and a total of nearly 17.1 million doses of the vaccine have been administered to less than 20 million people. But despite the highest vaccination coverage rate in South America and harsh confinements, the number of daily infections and the number of deaths remain close to triple what they were before the start of the vaccination campaign …
In Brazil, a country of 217 million inhabitants
Vaccination began on January 18 as weekly mortality stabilized around 7,000. Three weeks later weekly Covid mortality doubled over a period of two months.
United Arab Emirates, a country of 10.5 Million inhabitants
The vaccination campaign began Dec 23, 2020, with 11,366,954 doses administered by May 2, 2021. Weekly case rates exploded over the next 5 months to approximately 50% above those recorded prior to Dec 2020.
Kuwait, a country of 4.2 million inhabitants
Vaccination started Dec 27 2020, with Covid mortality increasing five fold over the next five months.
In Hungary, a country of 9.8 million inhabitants
The vaccination campaign, which began at the end of February, was followed by a sharp increase in weekly contaminations, which rose from 25,576 on February 25 to 62,265 a month later, before gradually falling back to the pre-vaccination level.
In two and a half months, Hungary has doubled its figures of infected (400,000 to 800,000) and deaths (from 14,000 to 29,000) reached after 11 months of epidemic.
In Romania, a country of 20 million inhabitants
The vaccination campaign began at the end of December at a time when the epidemic was waning, and according to official data from May 4, 21 Bucharest has the highest vaccination rate in the country with 31.2% of its eligible population vaccinated. But shortly after the start of vaccination, the number of daily infections and mortality increased.
Before vaccination after ten months of the epidemic, Romania had 618,000 infected and 15,000 dead. After five months of vaccination, these levels have doubled.
In Monaco, a country of 38,000 inhabitants
had only 3 deaths before vaccination and 32 since vaccination.
In Gibraltar, a country 34,000 inhabitants
Vaccination of the entire population was followed by an 800% increase in mortality from 10 to 94)
What can be deduced from these official data. Hypotheses
The Israeli and British Pyrrhic victories 
Vaccination advocates claim vaccinations in Israel and Britain have been successful, as current, daily infection and mortality rates are low.
But these apparent successes correspond in fact to the disappearance of a large part of the people at risk (the “harvesting ”) achieved by vaccination and to the spontaneous regression of the disease observed also in countries with little vaccination.
In these two countries, the mortality attributed to Covid increased sharply for 4 to 6 weeks, equaling all the deaths in 2020. The Covid/vaccination mortality curve in Israel is demonstrative.
The “harvest” of 1,404 people in January and 949 others in February, the equivalent of a full year of Covid mortality without a vaccine (the year 2020) sharply reduced the number of Israelis at risk, resulting in a likely decrease in mortality, in the coming year, in this age group.
But along with this decrease in its original target, the virus has mutated to attack other segments of society and especially younger age groups.
In November 2020, data from the Israeli Ministry of Health revealed that Israel had detected 400 cases of the coronavirus in children under the age of two. In February 2021, that number increased to 5,800.
The same “harvesting ” has been observed in Great Britain. As the Covid19 threatens only a small part of the population (the elderly with comorbidity), the peri-vaccination disappearance of a large part of this population (as much as the deaths of the year 2020) at risk, mathematically reduces mortality observed, at least transiently.