Negative Vaccine Efficacy is Here!

Earlier this year, during this interview, along with Dr. Peter McCullough, vaccine expert Geert Vanden Bossche warned us about impending vaccine resistance. He was right. This occurred pretty rapidly and became already clear with the emergence of the Delta. (VERSION FRANÇAISE)

What was not really clear yet was this could get even further and move towards Negative Vaccine Efficacy.

To clarify, if the concept is not clear … a negative efficacy means that the vaccine does exactly the contrary of what it is supposed to do. It’s not a weak efficacy, it’s not a zero efficacy, it’s a negative efficacy. With the injection, your likelihood to contract omicron is higher. And of course, to promote or to mandate injections that have negative efficacy is nonsensical. (even if it’s exactly what most governments do nowadays!)

UPDATE – December 23 — This preprint by Holm Hansen et al. relying on Danish data, confirms the negative vaccine efficacy with Omicron, for both the Pfizer and the Moderna.

Vaccine efficacy is found to be “significantly lower than that against Delta infection and declines rapidly over just a few months.”



Note that the authors maintain that “these findings highlight the need for massive rollout of vaccinations and booster vaccinations” – a recommendation that is seriously questioned by experts such as Dr. Chetty, who considers boosters are not warranted as Omicron does not induce severe disease and can be treated anyway.

>>  2022: the Year of the Omicron

It’s early to tell for sure, but there are two very recent, independently written reports, one relying on UK data, the other on Danish data, that point to this.

The latest report by Neil Ferguson et al. from Imperial College London indicates a NEGATIVE vaccine effectiveness with Omicron, both for the Astra Zeneca and the Pfizer.

Accordingly, those who are fully injected have a higher chance of infection than those who are not injected! 

The report suggests this can be corrected by a booster, but the booster will only yield about 50% protection, which is certainly not good enough for a vaccine. At least, that’s not what people expect from a truly protective and supposedly life-saving injection.

A consistent, yet more alarming analysis relies on data from Denmark – another highly vaccinated country. The analysis found an astounding minus 154% vaccine efficacy for omicron among the fully vaccinated. This is reduced to minus 26% for those having got a booster shot. 

Yes, according to this analysis, the unvaccinated (0% of vaccine efficacy) fare better than both those fully vaccinated or having received a booster shot. The author suggests that Original Antigenic Sin (OAS) may be at play.

>>  2022: the Year of the Omicron

Despite all what you may hear in the media, Omicron may signal a new twist, the beginning of a pandemic of the vaccinated!

And the rise of Omicron is real. Look at the latest data for the US, where Omicron is already dominant!


There is a caveat to be made here. Information from South Africa, where the variant has circulated for about a month, points at Omicron only causing mild illness, especially of course if treated early. If such mild disease continues to be observed with Omicron, the push for booster shots needs to be even more called into question. Why should people seek to be injected to get a 50% protection against a mostly mild disease that can be treated anyway?

Stay tuned. This dangerous nonsense seems to be never ending.

Negative vaccine efficacy is discussed here, in the UK context.