Official Data in the UK, Canada & NZ, suggests the majority of the Triple Vaccinated are developing a new form of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome


from Daily Expose:

According to the latest UK Government figures, most triple vaccinated people in England have now lost 80% of their immune system capability compared to the natural immune system capability of unvaccinated people, meaning they are now down to the last 20% of their immune system for fighting viruses, bacteria, disease and cancer.

But this disaster isn’t only occurring in the UK. Official Government of Canada data shows that on average, triple vaccinated Canadians have now lost 75% of their immune system capability compared to the natural immune system capability of unvaccinated Canadians. Meaning they are now down to the last 25% of their immune system for fighting viruses, bacteria, disease and cancer.


And the picture is also the same in New Zealand, with official Government data showing that on average, fully vaccinated people in New Zealand have lost 74% of their immune system capability.

In short, because authorities in the UK, Canada and New Zealand have done such a good job at collating and publishing data on Covid-19 by vaccination status, they have exposed the fact that the triple vaccinated population are rapidly developing some new form of Covid-19 vaccine induced Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS).

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The body’s immune system primarily defends one’s body against infections like bacteria, viruses and parasites. There are two broad categories of immune deficiency: those that one is born with, and those that are acquired after birth .

Immune deficiency syndrome refers to a broad range of medical disorders that prevent your body from protecting itself from illnesses such as viruses and bacteria. There are a number of different types of congenital and acquired immune deficiency syndromes that can impact the body in a variety of ways.

Secondary (acquired) immune problems can result from many causes, including viral infections, malnutrition, metabolic disorders (like kidney disease), and cancer treatments or other medications.

Unfortunately, official data from around the world now strongly suggests the Covid-19 vaccines should be added to the list of causes of acquired immune deficiency syndrome.


England’s Covid-19 figures are produced by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), and the following table showing the number of cases by vaccination status between week 8 and week 11 of 2022, is taken from their Week 12 – 2022 – Vaccine Surveillance Report –

It may surprise you to find that the vast majority of Covid-19 cases are among the triple vaccinated population in England as can be clearly seen from the table above, because you may have falsely been under the impression that the Covid-19 injections prevent infection and transmission.

Or it may not surprise you because you know they don’t prevent infection or transmission, but you falsely believe the injections reduce the risk of infection and transmission, and this is to be expected when so many people have been vaccinated.

But if the latter were true, then shouldn’t we be seeing a lower case-rate per 100k population among the unvaccinated than the case-rate per 100k among the unvaccinated? Because unfortunately we’re not seeing that, what we’re actually seeing is that the case-rate per 100k is not just equal to the case-rate among the unvaccinated, it’s actually significantly higher, and the gap is getting worse by the week.

The following table has been stitched together from the case-rate tables found in the Week 3Week 6Week 10 and Week 12 Vaccine Surveillance Reports –

As you can see from the above, as of the Week 12 report, the case-rates per 100k are highest among the triple vaccinated population in all age-groups except for the under 18’s. But based on the current trend seen we can probably expect to see the triple vaccinated under 18’s obtain a higher case-rate per 100k than their unvaccinated counterparts in just a few short weeks.

We have to go all the way back to the week 3 report to find a higher case rate among the unvaccinated in other age groups, and even then that was only among 18 to 29 year-olds. But by the week 6 report the tables had turned among this age group with a case rate of 3348.7 per 100k among the triple vaccinated, and a case-rate of 1885.8 among the unvaccinated.

As you can probably see from the above the gap in case-rates per 100k is getting worse for the triple vaccinated by the week, but if you can’t see it, don’t worry, because we’re going to use Pfizer’s very own vaccine efficacy formula to illustrate this disastrous decline.

Pfizer claim that there Covid-19 mRNA injection has a vaccine effectiveness of 95%. They were able to claim this because of the following –

During the ongoing clinical trial, 43,661 subjects were split evenly between the placebo and vaccine groups (about 21,830 subjects per group).

In the placebo group — the group that didn’t have the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine — 162 became infected with the coronavirus and showed symptoms.

Whilst in the vaccine group — the group that got the real vaccine — that number was only 8.

In order to calculate the efficacy of their Covid-19 mRNA injection, Pfizer then performed the following calculation –

Number of Cases among the Unvaccinated – Number of Cases among the Vaccinated / Number of Cases among the Unvaccinated x 100 = Vaccine Effectiveness

8 – 162 / 8 x 100 = 95%.

So because the UKHSA kindly provide us with the figures per 100k population by vaccination status, meaning we have figures converted into two equal size groups, we can simply use those figures to work out the real world vaccine effectiveness, and the following table shows that real-world Covid-19 vaccine effectiveness among the triple vaccinated population in England between week 51 of 2021 and week 11 of 2022 –

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