The Weston A. Price Foundation | April 19, 2022
By Kendall Nelson
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global coronavirus pandemic. By the next month, about half of the world’s population was under some sort of lockdown, with governments asking or ordering almost four billion people in more than ninety countries or territories to stay at home.1 Two years later, many citizens are still locked down, and some have been coerced to take fast-tracked, experimental messenger RNA (mRNA) Covid-19 injections against their will.
While unconstitutional vaccine mandates are implemented, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to allow the emergency use authorization (EUA) injections for all Americans ages five and up—despite a mountain of evidence that the injections are unsafe and, in some cases fatal. Over one thousand scientific studies published to date confirm dangers associated with the Covid-19 injections.
Covid Vaccine Side Effects Early Warning Signals
The injections’ dangers were readily apparent in Pfizer’s clinical trials. Among vaccinated participants, Pfizer’s six-month report showed gold-standard, level-one evidence of an increase in illness and death in almost every category, with a 300 percent increase in related adverse events. Seventy-five percent of adverse events were severe enough to interfere with everyday function, and 10 percent were serious enough to prompt a visit to the emergency room or cause long-term side effects.