The Israeli People’s Committee Report of Adverse Events Related to the Corona Vaccine, April 2021
The Israeli People’s Committee, an independent investigative group that comprises medical, legal, and epidemiological expertise, has released a summary report on the experience of mass experimental vaccinations in Israel, which uses the Pfizer mRNA vaccine.
The data collected by the group paint a grim picture:
- The overall mortality in the January-February vaccination period was higher in 2021 than in any other year within the preceding decade. In the age group of 20–29 years, mortality in this time period exceeded that of the previous year by 32%.
- 288 deaths overall, mostly within the first 10 days after vaccination, were reported to the group. This number is more than six times greater than the 45 deaths officially admitted to by the Health ministry.
- The group gives the following estimates for the mortality among the vaccinated: overall, 1:5,000; age 20–49 years, 1:13,000; age 50–69 years, 1:6,000; age 70+, 1:1,600.
- Across lethal and non-lethal adverse events there was a relatively high rate of cardiac-related injuries, 26% of which occurred in young people below the age of 40, a high prevalence of massive vaginal bleeding, neurological, skeletal and skin damage, and events directly or indirectly related to coagulopathy (myocardial infarction, stroke, miscarriages, disruption of blood flow to the limbs and pulmonary embolism).
According to the authors, the compilation of the report was severely hampered by obstruction on the part of government authorities, involving in particular the shutting down of all monitoring and tracking systems for adverse events.
The group notes that while “Israel serves as a global model for nationwide vaccination” and “Pfizer has chosen us to be the experimental country”, the “silencing mechanisms of the health system regarding the vaccine’s adverse events… have created a situation whereby the Israeli [and international] public is almost completely unaware of the existence, nature and prevalence of [those] adverse events.”
The report concludes as follows:
“These figures also highlight the inconceivable gap between official Israeli media reports and what is actually happening, enabling a ‘two worlds’ situation due to journalistic failure to sense, identify and report on what is [taking place] in citizens’ real-life.”