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Not 95% effective, but only 1%

I have already calculated once and explained how the syringe manufacturers arrive at their percentages of effectiveness.

You know, 95% effectiveness for the Pfizer syringe, 94% for the Moderna syringe and only 67% for the AstraZeneca syringe. The Sputnik syringe is not used in Europe (because Russian) but also comes out at no less than 90% effectiveness.

Impressive results, right? And that for syringes that were invented at such short notice.




But in reality this is just juggling with numbers and it doesn't make sense at all.

I have already calculated that in this column:


I came across an article in The Lancet today. You may be familiar with The Lancet, a peer-reviewed medical journal of, for and by doctors and scientists worldwide.

In that article, written by three scientists, it is explained how the protection of the various syringes against the terrible virus really works.

They denounce that the hurrah coverage in the media is misleading and that understanding and calculating the effectiveness of a vaccine is a lot more complicated than what the manufacturers charge us.

If the effectiveness is calculated on the basis of the actual risk of becoming ill from Covid-19, a completely different picture emerges. They compare the Relative Risk Ratio to the Absolute Risk Ratio. The manufacturers charge you richly with the RRR, while the ARR gives a completely different outcome and is therefore concealed by the manufacturers.

These are the ARR results according to the authors of this article:

1 3% for the AstraZeneca–Oxford vaccine,

1 2% for the Moderna vaccine,

0 93% for the Sputnik vaccine and,

on the last place: 

0 84% for the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine.

Yes, you are right. The actual effectiveness of the spraying experiments is around 1% and not around 95%!!

If you want to read and study it all yourself:


the lancet - effectiveness of the vaccines




I also came across an interesting video in which a simple explanation is given about the how/what/where and why of the spraying experiments.

The film tells about the whole story in 17 minutes and has Dutch subtitles.

Perhaps you can convince and rescue a beloved family member, friend or acquaintance with this video:



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