Posted by Sam Fenny - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 21 May 2024

Did hospitals mark the ‘covid’ unvaccinated for “special treatment”?

During the covid era we have already seen that certain policies which turned out to be extremely harmful were applied to people who were perceived to be “more vulnerable.”

Is it possible that the unvaccinated were also treated as “more vulnerable” and marked for “special treatment”?

Jonathan Engler investigates.

A couple of months ago I reported on a paper by Martin Neil, Norman Fenton and Scott McLachlan in which they systematically analysed all the covid vaccine studies they could find and categorised them by the extent to which the authors had mis-categorised vaccinated subjects as unvaccinated, thereby massively biasing the results in favour of the vaccines.

Read more: The extent and impact of vaccine status miscategorisation on covid-19 vaccine efficacy studies by Martin Neil, Norman Fenton and Scott McLachlan, Jonathan Engler, 9 March 2024

They found this: Every single study was subject to serious miscategorisation bias.

Bad enough as that seems, this may not be the worst of it.

This miscategorisation error on its own will introduce significant bias even if the vaccinated and unvaccinated receive the same standards of care.

But what if they didn’t receive the same standard of care?

What if the unvaccinated received treatments which worsened their outcomes? This would act synergistically with the above to bias the results even further.

Is this unthinkable? No, I don’t think it is, and I had always suspected that differential hospital treatment protocols might have been a factor in the adverse outcomes for the unvaccinated reported by many healthcare professionals after the covid vaccine rollout.1

It is important to realise that this would be the case whether or not this was the intended outcome, and herein I am not intending to make inferences in that regard. Suffice it to say that the covid era was characterised by a series of drivers which resulted in harmful things being done to many people.2

We have already seen that certain policies which turned out to be extremely harmful – for example, “shielding” – were applied to people who were perceived to be “more vulnerable.”

It is therefore not beyond the bounds of possibility that the unvaccinated too were also treated as “more vulnerable” and marked for “special treatment.” How confident can we be that such treatments were beneficial, rather than harmful? Based on everything else recommended (or mandated or coerced) during the covid era, not very.

Is There Any Evidence of This?
Yes, there is.

Robert Kogon has sent me links to several tweets, which can be found HERE, HERE and HERE and I said I’d amplify these by way of a short Substack piece, which has become a lot longer than I intended. Be sure to read the entire threads in the case of the first two of these.

1. The first Twitter thread shows that from at least June 2022 in official WHO guidance ‘Clinical management of covid-19’ lack of vaccination was regarded as a factor increasing the risk of severe disease.

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