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Israel Is A Case Study For Why The Jab Doesn’t Work

“Trust the science, trust the experts”.

This is the line we keep hearing from TV scientists who worship everything CNN preaches to them on the tube. These people don’t ‘trust the science’ they trust the television.

If they respected science they would take Israel as a case study.

Israel has some of the highest vaccination rates in the world.

The tiny nation also adheres to all Covid safety protocols—pretty much to a fault, yet they still have record cases, and have experienced a new surge in Covid-19 infections, which has left many officials in the country feeling overwhelmed.

This vaccine doesn’t protect against infection—plain and simple.

The new line that authoritarians and fake doctors are pushing goes something along these lines” “yeah, but it’ll lessen your symptoms if you docontract Covid-19″.

That may be so, but quite frankly how much much is ‘lessen’ to these people? Because last I checked there was nothing mild or ‘lessened’ about a hospital visit, which isnotan uncommon thing for the ‘fully vaccinated’.

Israel should be an example to us all, there is no way to reach zero cases, this vaccine doesn’t work, preventative healthcare is the best healthcare. That’s all.

Here’s more on the story:

Record new cases in Israel were reported by

 The Jerusalem Post: 

At least 10,947 new virus carriers were identified on Monday, with 7.65% of people tested returning a positive test. On only one other occasion since the beginning of the pandemic has the country recorded more than 10,000 cases. There were 10,118 on January 18, during the peak of the third wave, the most virulent and deadliest the country experienced.

There are about 83,000 active cases, compared with some 88,000 during the third wave, but the number of patients in serious condition and those who have died in August has been lower. At last count, 520 people had died in August, with a peak of 756 patients in serious condition, compared with more than 1,400 deaths in January and a record of some 1,200 patients in serious condition.

 The Times Of Israel 

had previously predicted the spike in new cases:

Israeli hospitals have to prepare for an influx of nearly 5,000 coronavirus patients within weeks, half of whom will need acute care to deal with severe bouts of COVID-19, health officials have warned Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, according to reports Wednesday.

The dire predictions came during a Tuesday meeting between Bennett and senior health experts amid a major influx of new cases, prompting the premier to back a plan to expand hospital capacity, a signal that the government will look to absorb the crush of severe cases head-on rather than attempt to swerve out of its way.