Finally, Found Out Why They Don’t Make the Data We Need Publicly Available
By Steve Kirsch
It’s too much work. So they don’t even know the answer themselves. They are simply flying blind.
Generally, they don’t respond. If they do respond, they’ll cite privacy reasons. When I explain how to avoid that, they stop talking to me.
New Zealand said it was too much work to gather the data (a simple database JOIN) that would be needed for an accurate assessment. So New Zealand is flying “blind” on the vaccine. No need to look at the data. Just trust the drug companies. So I offered to pay their expenses. We’ll see where that goes.
Whose responsibility is it to show the safety efficacy data?
The drug companies aren’t calling for this data to be exposed either, so they don’t think they are responsible.
The doctors and medical community aren’t curious about this data, so they don’t think they are responsible.
So I guess it’s “misinformation spreaders” such as myself who are responsible for this.
How much work is it to extract the data?
Response from the UK: Health.Data@ons.gov.uk
I explained how those requirements can be easily surmounted.
They stopped replying to me.
Response from New Zealand: Immunisation@health.govt.nz
Steph responded that “The Programme is not able to provide the detailed data you have requested, as this cannot be made available without substantial collation or research.”
So they are spending billions to roll out these vaccines but they just admitted that they haven’t done a simple JOIN operation on the two key two database tables (which is a relatively simple task) in order to see if it worked or not.
So they don’t have the “gold standard” data to make a reliable assessment of safety or efficacy because it would be too much work. So they are assuming it’s safe.
I enjoyed my recent vacation in New Zealand, so I offered to pay all costs to get it done.
I’ll let you know if I hear back.
I’m willing to pay all the costs.