Igor Antunov wrote:Yeah smarter, with an inactivated vaccine that won't induce clots or heart tissue damage.
How densely stupid are you? All vaccines, including inactivated ones, can have potentially deadly consequences. The key is... the risks are tiny compared to the benefits of potentially avoiding (or more likely reducing the severity) of the disease that the vaccines are designed to "prevent".
Vaccines are designed to trigger you inmune system. It is the inmune system, rather than the vaccine, that causes most of the deadly complications. For instance, anaphylaxis is an inmune-mediated reaction, myo/pericarditis are also often triggered by the inmune system, Guillain-barre syndrome is another example, in which people can get ascending paralysis (if severe enough, they would stop breathing and die if they dont get treated and/or put on a ventilator). These diseases have long been known to be associated with viral and/or bacterial illnesses, presumably the viral and/or bacterial illness triggers your inmune system and your inmune system goes nuts and attacks your own nerves, heart, body. Myocarditis existed before mRNA vaccine... how do you fucking think they occured before?
Here is an article from 1978.... didn't even take me 3secs to google:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/736507/
Funny enough, when I took my vaccines, it was shortly after someone have had an anaphylactic reaction, so they began the practice of having people stay after the shot for about 15m for "monitoring". We now know the vaccines have a rate of anaphylaxis of ~ 2-5% per million, the rate for the flu (and most other vaccines) is about 1.3-2% per million. So yes, it does appear the rate is higher, but it is fucking minuscule. The rate of peanut allergy is about 6000 per million, and anyone can develop a peanut allergy at any point. Imagine the spectacle "I'll eat the almond crusted salmon" waiters responds "OK, but you have to stay within the premises for 15m after your last bite because we need to make sure you don't drop dead from a peanut allergy".
For people like yourself that often time share your disdain regarding media and sensationalism, you have certainly fallen for their exaggerations and idiotic nonsense. Fokin' sheeps.