Over 10,000 vaccine deaths in South Korea shortly after vaccination
By Steve Kirsch
Today’s story comes via my friend Sid Mehta who worked for me at Mouse Systems nearly 40 years ago.
He sent me this Zerohedge article which appears not to have gotten much attention by the mainstream media in the US for some reason… I can’t imagine why. It it details over 10,000 deaths shortly after vaccination in South Korea.
There are 52 million people in South Korea. The booster was recently given to 16M people:
Mathew Crawford earlier determined a conservative death rate of 411 deaths per million doses, so 411 deaths/M * 100M = 41,100 deaths.
Which means I’m a believer that the “over 10,000 deaths” is realistic.
If we use the South Korea “reference” of just 10,000 killed per 100M doses of the vax as “truth,” then we are looking at around 100 deaths per M doses.
In the US we have around 500M doses which would be “at least” 50,000 deaths. While not nearly as high as my latest estimate of 388,000 American deaths, it sets a lower bound that is hard to argue with… even just 50,000 American deaths is nearly 1,000X higher than any reasonable scientist would consider an acceptable death rate. In 1976, we stopped the H1N1 vaccine after just 32 deaths.
The report of over 10,000 people in South Korea who died shortly after being vaccinated seems credible to me. Using that as a reference benchmark, we calculate at least 50,000 Americans that have been killed by the vaccine.
While this is less than my most recent estimate of 388,000, the 50,000 is simply a very credible lower bound and is yet another data point showing how incredibly we inept we are at assessing death from the COVID vaccines.
The Pfizer clinical trial showed we might save 1 COVID death every 6 months for every 22,000 people we vaccinate. So we may have saved around 20,000 COVID deaths over the past 12 months.
So even using the super conservative death toll of 50,000 Americans killed by the vaccine compared to 20,000 lives saved from COVID, the vaccines are still completely nonsensical.
Perhaps that is why I am not in politics.