Americans and citizens of other countries may be rejecting further COVID mRNA gene level treatments (deceptively equated by authorities to traditional vaccines) at levels between 70 and 80 percent.
But many countries are doing an end around the resounding rejection of the controversial jabs by mandating COVID treatments into the hefty schedule of vaccinations given to children.
And at least to this point, there has been far too little outcry and organized push back against mass childhood immunization utilizing problematic mRNA technology.
If the trend continues, the eventuality is that few humans on earth escape the mRNA gene level treatments.
A Growing list of Countries Jabbing Children with Problematic COVID mRNA Treatments
The continued push by many countries to include COVID vaccines in childhood vaccination schedules comes despite a World Health Organization (WHO) recommendation earlier this year which cited children and teens as “low risk” for serious COVID outcomes.
That recommendation, issued in March as noted by CNN and others, called for vaccines to be prioritized by other “higher risk” groups. (“WHO experts revise Covid-19 vaccine advice, say healthy kids and teens low risk,” 29 Mar 2023.)
“The public health impact of vaccinating healthy children and adolescents is comparatively much lower than the established benefits of traditional essential vaccines for children – such as the rotavirus, measles, and pneumococcal conjugate vaccines,” the WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE) said at that time, via a press release.
But despite that assessment, Canada made news recently for strongly advising that children receive COVID vaccinations as early as 6 months of age, as noted by recent updates on their government public health website.
We asked Google’s Bard AI to provide a list of countries that have incorporated COVID jabs into their childhood vaccination schedules, and the dates at which the incorporation occurred.
Here is the list that Bard provided:
Country Start Date
Argentina August 2022
Austria February 2023
Chile December 2022
Colombia January 2023
Cuba September 2022
Dominican Republic November 2022
Ecuador December 2022
El Salvador January 2023
Greece April 2023
Guatemala February 2023
Honduras March 2023
Hungary June 2023
Indonesia April 2023
Italy September 2022
Malaysia May 2023
Mexico January 2023
Montenegro March 2023
Nicaragua September 2022
Panama February 2023
Paraguay January 2023
Peru March 2023
Philippines January 2023
Portugal September 2022
Qatar May 2023
Romania October 2022
San Marino March 2023
Saudi Arabia July 2023
Serbia June 2023
Singapore February 2023
Slovakia May 2023
Slovenia March 2023
Spain September 2022
Thailand April 2023
Turkey December 2022
United Arab Emirates August 2022
Uruguay January 2023
Venezuela February 2023
Bard advised, concerning this data:
“Please note that this list is subject to change, as countries may continue to update their vaccination schedules. Additionally, some countries may only require COVID vaccination for certain age groups or for certain categories of children, such as those who attend school or who have underlying health conditions. It is important to consult with your local health authority to get the most up-to-date information on COVID vaccination requirements in your country.”
Vaccine Rollout—From Facts That Weren’t True, to Pure Scattershot
From the earliest days of the COVID War, it became clear that children, teens and younger demographics more generally, were least likely to suffer serious effects from the COVID virus.
The elderly and especially those 70 or older, were by far the most at risk for serious complications.
Despite the incredibly tiny risks to children and teens, the COVID era has been filled with hard to justify controversies due to authorities pressuring and mandating for these groups to get vaccinated.
For a significant period, it was argued that young people should be vaccinated, not primarily to protect themselves, but to “stop the spread” of COVID to loved ones, like “grandma,” as the sloganeering went.
But it has now been definitively acknowledged that authorities had no scientific basis for claiming that COVID vaccines stopped the spread of the virus.
Add up the fact that teens and children are at infinitesimally small risk from COVID itself, together with the fact that COVID mRNA vaccines do nothing to stop the spread of COVID, and there remains no scientific basis for recommending (much less requiring) COVID shots to this demographic.
A comprehensive study published in July 2023 in the scientific journal Nature Human Behaviour, has detailed how 185 countries geared COVID vaccination policies to citizenries.
It found that in many cases, there was a significant disconnect when it came to prioritizing the most vulnerable populations, despite the paper’s assertions that authorities were trying to do so.
The study also revealed that a scientifically disproven motivation of “stopping COVID spread” was a major factor for many countries in deciding which groups would receive vaccination priority.
According to the study:
“When we map country differences in the most- (or equal-most-) prioritized categories of people (Fig. 1), we observe that almost all countries in our dataset placed healthcare workers among the first to receive COVID-19 vaccines (91% of countries, or 168/185) presumably both to reduce transmission and mitigate health impacts for those at high risk of exposure. Following healthcare workers, 54% (101) of countries also prioritized populations deemed to be clinically vulnerable. Seventy-four countries (40%) prioritized groups of people critical to the economic function of the country, 45 prioritized (24%) categories related to the public function of the country, and 27 countries (15%) focused on educators and/or students for COVID-19 vaccinations.”
(“A panel dataset of COVID-19 vaccination policies in 185 countries” 6 Jul 2023.)
The statistic that 54 percent of countries prioritized “populations deemed clinically vulnerable” is another way of saying that nearly half the world pushed COVID vaccines with no regard to whether those receiving the vax needed, or were likely to significantly benefit from vaccination.
In the Face of COVID Vax Resistance, A Changing—and Non-Science Based—Tactic
So why—despite the science—have countries continued to line up to add COVID mRNA treatments into the childhood vaccination schedule?
Because most countries, including the U.S. and Canada, have public school primary education systems that are “free” to citizens, and few cost effective private options, average citizens are boxed into these school systems.
Opting one’s child out of vaccinations in the U.S. is generally difficult and depends on specific state regulations. In some states, it is difficult or even impossible to opt out of vaccinations to utilize public education.
This was seen in New York specifically regarding COVID vaccinations during the COVID war, for example.
Parents who had been taxed for decades paying into the SUNY public college system in that state, found that they could not avail themselves of the relatively low-cost college education option for their children, if they wanted their children to remain unvaxxed.
There were very limited options for “online” and remote courses. But the disaster of forcing online learning, which for many students is not optimal for gaining a quality education, has generally been acknowledged as one of the long lasting significant damages of the COVID era.
By requiring COVID vaccinations to enter public schools, authorities can make it very difficult for parents to resist them.
And that’s exactly where the COVID War is now being fought, science be damned.