The SARS-CoV-2 virus outbreak and the political and societal process that started unfolding in its wake will be looked at in retrospect as
one of the most important moments in modern history. The waves of fear that the invisible threat posed to each and every individual united them in the acceptance of a solution to the problem.
The monolithic solution that corporate, regulatory and societal leaders came up with was a novel inoculation technology using mRNA to instruct our
body cells to produce a particular section of the virus (spike protein) that the body could build defences against. This technology was previously forbidden to be used in human subjects
Some decisions in human history are more impactful than others. The decision to accept a novel type of vaccine and roll it out to
mass populations in such a short timescale, is probably the one of the most important of the current century.
The fear in the population and the hope of a universal solution led populations to accept the novel "vaccines" and
then to accept the new technology as a platform for many other products. Pandora's box was open and it is an obvious
boon to the pharmaceutical industry. It was done with consent and even encouragement from the gatekeepers
(governments, regulators, academia) and allied with a media campaign that reminded us of wartime.
Decisions of this importance must come with equivalent levels of transparency and scrutiny so that different viewpoints are
brought forward and public debate can ensue. This is not only the basis of democracy, but we believe the basis of the
best possible decision-making process, which usually leads to the best outcomes.
Organisation of the project
The different tasks for the project are illustrated in the figure below.
The project comprises of the following steps:
Step 1. Estimate the human cost.
This includes deaths caused or hastened by the vaccines, which will be shown using our methodology for estimating excess deaths,
as well as increases in disability rate, and other vaccine injuries. We will need to consider carefully the impact of the vaccine
rollout alongside other factors such as lockdown and Long-Covid, by looking at both the timing and magnitude of any increases in
disabilities and deaths.
Step 2. Estimate economic impact.
Once the human impact is properly measured, we will have the knowledge to estimate the economic impact.
Each aspect of the vaccine damage investigation will have economic agents that will benefit and others that will suffer. For instance, it seems obvious that mortuary companies would benefit
from excess mortality and life insurers will be harmed. This will lead to a reallocation of resources and re-pricing of risk by the different economic agents.
A broader approach is to estimate the impact on the overall economy of each aspect of the vaccine damage.
A drop in the number of working age individuals would lead to a drop in GDP. We believe this impact is negligible for now.
A greater impact will likely arise from an increase in disabilities in the labour force in the medium to long term.
Collaborate with us! -> Join the Humanity Team
The vaccine injury project has several aspects that require a large amount of effort and dedication from the
team of unique individuals who contribute their precious time and skills to its fulfilment.
There is a lot to do and we welcome individuals and/or institutions that would like to contribute to the project. We need:
Data architects/scientists to organise the data, create APIs and frontends for anyone to be able to access it freely.
Individuals from different scientific backgrounds to be involved in the different research projects,
using their expertise to analyse the data and convert it to knowledge.
Individuals that have a knack at explaining the project, the data, the implications to a wider audience.
And much more.
Support our projects
We plan to raise donations/support from individuals and institutions that, like us, believe that this is a worthy project.
Depending on available funding we expect to be able to pay the individuals collaborating to the project according to their
contribution on a pro-rata basis for hours worked. Additionally, we plan to fund the research projects of other individuals and
institutions that we believe fit our mission and values.
In "normal" times, projects such as these should be managed by regulatory agencies or academic institutions.
However, funding conflicts of interest have led to regulatory capture.
As things stand, we felt the need to step in and take action, and need your support to expand our projects and
maintain our current ones. We make it an essential priority to have independent sources of funding as well as
maximum transparency on how your money is spent. Our ongoing projects and their outcomes will always be openly published on this site.
Relative to the V-Damage project, the money raised will be allocated to:
Perform further research on excess deaths (country comparisons).
Perform the analysis for additional countries such as Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, and more.
Investigate other databases such as V-safe, insurance data, etc.
Investigate methods for evaluating the long-term economic impact.