The government of Germany recently admitted that an “alarming number” of people vaccinated against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are developing “AIDS-like symptoms.”
New data released by German authorities strongly suggests that fully vaccinated individuals have started developing full-blown vaccine-acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, or VAIDS. (Related: History repeats itself: Holocaust survivor goes into hiding after German court authorizes her transfer to psychiatric institution for forced COVID-19 vaccination.)
According to new data released by German authorities, Germany has experienced over 102k excess deaths in 2022, a 276% increase on excess deaths recorded in the year 2020.
As of press time, around 76 percent of the German population is fully vaccinated, and another 1.58 percent is partially vaccinated. The country has also administered around 77 COVID-19 vaccine booster doses per 100 people, suggesting a very high rate of triple or even quadruple vaccination.
However, data shows that vaccinated individuals are more likely to get infected by COVID-19, particularly the post-vaccine omicron variant. According to German government data, only 186 of the 6,788 omicron cases studied were unvaccinated individuals. This shows that the vaccinated omicron case incidence was 57 per one percent of the population, while the unvaccinated omicron case incidence was just 7.02 per one percent of the population.
Meaning, the vaccinated were 8.12 times more likely to be infected with the omicron variant than the unvaccinated in Germany.
In Germany at the time, 70.53% were fully vacinaed, 2.97% were partially vaccinated and 26.5% were unvaccinated, according to reports.
So the unvaccinated had 186 cases out of 26.5% of the population. While the fully vaccinated had 4020 cases out of 70.53% of the population.
So the vaccinated Omicron case incidence was 57 per 1 per cent of the population (830,000 is 1% of the 83 million German population). While the unvaccinated Omicron case incidence was just 7.02 per 1 per cent of the population.
So the vaccinated were (57.0/7.02 =) 8.12x more likely to be infected with Omicron than the unvaccinated in Germany .
“Vaccines allegedly help develop immunity by imitating an infection,” wrote the Expose in its investigation of excess deaths and VAIDS in Germany. “Once the imitation infection induced by the vaccine goes away, the body is left with a supply of ‘memory’ t-cells and antibodies that will remember how to fight that disease in the future.”
“So, when the authorities state that the effectiveness of the vaccines weakens over time, what they really mean is that the performance of your immune system weakens over time,” continued the Expose.
Data shows Germany excess deaths increased by 276 percent compared to 2020
If the likeliness of infection isn’t enough, the data released by the German government also showed that the country suffered over 102,000 excess deaths in 2022, a 276 percent increase on recorded excess deaths in the year 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic was allegedly at its height and prior to the introduction of the experimental vaccines.
The data is only up until week 49 of 2022. In 2020, there were only 27,292 recorded excess deaths by week 49. In 2021, the first full year of COVID-19 vaccination, recorded excess deaths nearly tripled to 77,049.
In its conclusion, the Expose noted that this data, which came from the German government itself, should be enough to make the German public question whether the COVID-19 vaccines had the intended effect of protecting the populace against the coronavirus, or “if fully vaccinated Germans did indeed develop” VAIDS.
“The government and pharmaceutical companies will of course continue to deny any responsibility and insist that the vaccine is safe and expensive,” the website wrote.
But if the COVID-19 vaccines are not responsible for giving the public AIDS and leading to a record-breaking 276 percent increase in excess deaths in 2022, then the German government needs to provide the public with an explanation of what exactly caused 100,000 more Germans to die that year.
Unfortunately, it is unlikely the German government will provide an answer to these questions. In fact, the release of this data seems to have had the opposite effect, with Germany joining other European Union members in imposing new COVID-19-related restrictions, such as bringing back testing requirements for travelers.