From Patriotic Alternative.
By Jack Stevens
Coronavirus has dominated discourse and our government’s rules since it became international news at the start of 2020. Is getting a vaccine really such a great idea? Is it necessary? Is it as safe and effective as people say?
The Risk of Dying from COVID-19 is Low
Deaths involving COVID-19 in England and Wales of people with no underlying health conditions between March and June 2020 was 4,476 in total, only 542 of which were of people aged under 60. This is out of a population of slightly more than 59,439,840 (the population of England and Wales in mid-2019). This is according to the Office for National Statistics. Even considering this is only over a period of four months, it is still a very small number. 4,476 is only 0.00753% of 59,439,640 (correct to 5 decimal places), meaning the risk is very small.
Furthermore, there were an estimated 1,580 road deaths in the UK in the year from 1st July 2019 to 30th June 2020 . A four-month period in this year would therefore be expected to have approximately 527 deaths. This figure is almost as much as the figure mentioned above. Therefore, if someone is under 60 and has no underlying health conditions, they are about as likely to die in a road traffic accident as they are from COVID-19.
The Negative Side of COVID-19 Vaccines
There are 10,570 people who have died from coronavirus vaccines in Europe alone .
Side effects of the vaccine include:
- A severe headache that is not relieved with painkillers or is getting worse
- A headache that feels worse when you lie down or bend over
- A headache that’s unusual for you and occurs with blurred vision, feeling or being sick, problems speaking, weakness, drowsiness or seizures (fits)
- A rash that looks like small bruises or bleeding under the skin
- Shortness of breath, chest pain, leg swelling or persistent abdominal pain 
- Vomiting or diarrhoea, which can affect more than one in ten people, depending on the type of vaccine, according to gov.uk.
Recovering From a Vaccine
If you have had one of the vaccines and you are concerned about anything questionable that is now in your body, read these tips on detoxification. These are good ideas in general as well. Cut down on alcohol. Drinking too much alcohol reduces your liver’s ability to carry out its normal functions, such as detoxifying, since it has to use energy to process the alcohol. Sleeping allows your brain to reorganise and recharge itself, as well as remove toxic waste by-products that have accumulated throughout the day [4,5]. One of those waste products is a protein called beta-amyloid, which contributes to the development of Alzheimer’s disease [6,7]. Get plenty of exercise and rest, drink plenty of water and maintain a healthy diet. Read this article.
Why We Should Be Sceptical
There is nothing wrong with being sceptical, especially when the government and police covered up the mass scale of rapes, sexual enslavement and sometimes even the murders of our people across the country for decades, along with not closing the country’s borders when COVID was classed as a pandemic and we knew nothing about how lethal coronavirus was or who had it. Many people, including Laura Towler, have known deaths being incorrectly recorded as resulting from COVID-19. There were images that I can no longer find of what appeared to be hoax vaccinations in Israel. How many people in the mainstream media have you heard being against vaccines – or any of the coronavirus measures such as lockdowns, mandatory masks, social distancing or NHS worship? Out of anyone who did oppose, how often did they not face pushback?
Think for yourself. You do not have to just be told what to think by the news, social media or friends. Feel free to share this article or spread information in other ways. Also, questioning a small number of new vaccines is not the same as being against vaccines as a whole. It does not mean we are so-called ‘anti-vaxxers’. If you think you have coronavirus, rest and take care of yourself. If you are sure you want to be vaccinated, do so with caution, observing medical advice.