That has to be one of the most horrifying headlines I've ever read - but it comes from a source that's been shown to be right, AFAIK, every time it's made a claim about an aspect of the COVID-19 pandemic. I have no idea whether this claim is correct; but the source offers a lot of supporting evidence.
The latest official figures from the UK Health Security Agency show that triple vaccinated people aged 30-70 have now lost at least 70% of their immune system capability compared to the natural immune system of unvaccinated people.
Their immune systems are deteriorating between 10 and 30% per week on average, with the deterioration much larger and quicker among the younger age groups.
If this continues at the current rate then all triple vaccinated 18 to 39-year-olds will have 100% immune system degradation by the middle of April 2022, with all other triple vaccinated age-groups following suit not long after.
In other words, official UK Government data strongly suggests the triple vaccinated population are rapidly developing acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
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All triple vaccinated adults will have lost 100% of their entire immune capability (for viruses and certain cancers) within 5 months, but 18 to 39-year-olds will have lost it by the middle of April 2022, followed by 40-49-year-olds who will have lost it by the middle of May. These people will then effectively have full blown acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
There's more at the link, including exhaustive documentation of their claim.
Does anyone know whether similar data is available concerning US triple-vaccinated individuals and groups? I presume, if the British authorities are gathering it for their own population, someone over here is gathering it for ours. I'd really like to know whether there's any transatlantic correlation.
It's interesting that this form of AIDS is not caused by infection with HIV, but exposes the patient to the same risk of catching potentially fatal diseases as the latter. Will HIV itself make a comeback through this new channel of infection? That remains to be seen.
If this report is true, even though it may involve only "viruses and certain cancers" rather than every potential illness, then one can only recoil in horror at the prospect for the future health and well-being of entire nations, not just individuals. I hope and pray the report is wrong . . . but that may be no more than wishful thinking. If it's true, then food shortages are about to become the least of our worries.