Data from the World Health Organization (WHO) shows only 837 "Covid" fatalities in Haiti since the start of the alleged pandemic in 2020. For more than 2 years, the world has been unceasingly lectured on the dangers of a "new virus" with a diffuse disease syndrome and a constantly fluctuating definition. An experimental vaccination programme, we are told, is the only safe prophylactic against the phantasm. Yet the impoverished Caribbean island nation of Haiti has singlehandedly given the lie to this narrative. Of the country's 11.6 million-strong population, only a tiny fraction has so far received the vaunted Pfizer "vaccine". The feared contagion, however, has had no discernible impact on the island.
Official data shows:
“In Haiti, from 3 January 2020 to 5:03 pm CEST, 7 July 2022, there have been 31,703 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 837 deaths, reported to WHO. As of 24 June 2022, a total of 342,724 vaccine doses have been administered,” according to the data from WHO.
of June 24, only 1.4% of the population was fully vaccinated. Haiti had
a population of 11,681,526 as of Thursday, July 7, 2022, according to
Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas, and its citizens eke out a living amidst a shambolic infrastructure and enduring political violence. In the past 12 years, the country has suffered two major hurricanes and two magnitude 7 earthquakes. It was still recovering from all of this when the lockdown era began. During the consequent economic spiral, political instability led to the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. Haiti also had to deal with a severe drought during this period, which severely undermined the nation’s water resources.
It is hardly surprising then, that addressing a new flu was low on the Port-au-Prince government's list of priorities. Haiti was the last country in the Americas to adopt a Covid vaccine, doing so finally about one week after the assassination of its then President Jovenal Moise in July, 2021. And yet even in such a chaotic, conflict-ridden and highly malnourished country as this, where appproximately 40% of the population suffer serious food insecurity, no significant mortality increase has been observed since 2020.
Vaccine pushers are quick to cite Haiti's young median age (24). And we know, of course, that the fictional Covid is "rarely fatal for anyone under the age of 40."
However, a cursory examination of statistics in the neighbouring Dominican Republic (RD) upsets their handy excuse. The two countries share the same island and the Dominican Republic also happens to have a population of 11 million, like Haiti. The RD also shares a low median age (28) like Haiti. And yet, according to Worldometres, the Dominican Republic has recorded some 4,383 "Covid" deaths as of July 30th, 2022. That is to say, more than 5 times the rate of Haiti. Unlike Haitians, the Dominicans are almost 67% vaccinated (55% "fully vaccinated" as of July 2022).
But the incongruences don't end there for the vaccine pushers. The Dominican Republic's per capita income was $ 7,268.20 in 2020, i.e., almost 7 times that of Haiti ($ 1,176.76 in 2020). And unlike Haiti, the richer half of this island does not suffer the same political violence as Haiti, nor does is it burdened with such a poor infrastructure or the same catastrophic levels of food insecurity.
So why does the heavily vaxxed and heavily "protected" Republica Dominicana suffer from "Covid" so much more acutely than poor, unvaxxed Haiti?
The data below was provided by the Gateway Pundit. The article assumes the existence of both "Sars CoV-2" and the amorphous "Covid" syndrome. But when we ponder Haiti's 837 "Covid" deaths and how these measure against the results of other nations, we must always keep in mind that no adequate test exists for the purported Sars CoV-2 (a particle that has never been purified or otherwise demonstrated to exist). These figures, then, must depend upon largely on-the-spot medical judgements in each country. Yet, even if we discards these observations and trust blindly in the official fable, the data coming from Haiti (and so many other countries) clearly do not support it. So, we will leave it to Gateway Pundit to present a comparison of charts from multuiple countries. Readers can draw their own conclusions:
Israel – 72% vaccinated
Israel doesn’t have a high rate of full vaccination (66%), but the country eagerly embraced all proposed boosters: four. Despite all that, Israel experienced the highest COVID-19 death rate on record this year.
Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Norway – 84%, 83%, 81% 79% vaccinated
All Scandinavian countries except Sweden have recently been obliterated by COVID-19. Finland, Denmark, Iceland and Norway have documented their highest death rates, some beating their records several times in recent weeks.
What is worrisome is how long the waves are lasting. Last year, the Denmark wave lasted from mid-November to mid-March. This year started in early November and it doesn't seem to be slowing down. This year's footprint is quite problematic in all four countries. See the graphic here
Canada – 86% vaccinated
Canada hasn't beaten its mortality record, but the latest wave started a month earlier and so far has left a similar number of casualties to last year. In other words, vaccines did absolutely nothing… See the graphic here
Japan – 82% vaccinated
Japan recently experienced its worst death rate this year, doubling its all-time high. Masks and isolation didn't help either. See the graphic here
Australia – 87%
Vaccination Covid-19 is running through Australia like wildfire. The country recently experienced a record four times higher deaths than at any other time in the pandemic, and the fire is still blazing. Maybe a 100% vaccination rate will help, or mandatory booster shots every time someone wants to go out? See the graphic here
New Zealand – 84% vaccinated
Whenever I see the numbers for New Zealand, I shake my head. What a beautiful country; what an inept government. They recently pulverized their all-time death rate. Perhaps they are more successful containing cow farts. See chart here
South Korea – 88% vaccinated
Once a shining beacon on how to deal with Covid-19, today South Korea is on the cusp of monster death. It achieved this with 86.95% of the population fully vaccinated. See chart here
Hong Kong – 89%
The graphic speaks for itself. Either the vaccines didn't work, or the lockdowns only delayed the inevitable. See chart here
Malta – 92%
Another country that beat its all-time record. Malta even imposed new lockdowns in January while the population was over 90% vaccinated. See chart here
Singapore - 92%
Singapore is one of the most vaccinated countries on the planet and it recently shattered its all-time COVID-19 death record…twice. See chart here
And finally, of course, there is Haiti - a country with the highest hunger rates in the Western Hemisphere, skyrocketing food prices, record inflation and a worsening fuel crisis. Here, with only a 1.4% vaccination rate, "Covid" is essentially invisible.
Few nations deserve a break as much as Haiti does. So we can be thankful for this small mercy at least. And let us hope that the island's well-documented distrust in vaccines continues to spare its people from a mass-injection of poisonous nanoparticles.