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Russia to start injecting kids with untested drug they don't need
Putin also wants to jab toddlers
According to government figures from 2019, 26% of children in Russia live below the poverty line.
In February 2020, Russia’s health ministry disclosed that 400 inpatient medical care facilities across the country had no running water.
What we are trying to say here is that the Russian government cares deeply about children and their health. As the old saying goes, “the proof is in the poverty rate.”
This is why the Russian government has rushed out a hilariously untested “kids version” of an already disastrously unproven vaccine that doesn’t stop the transmission of a virus that very rarely kills or even mildly sickens children.
The Russian Ministry of Health has registered the Sputnik M coronavirus vaccine, which will be used to prevent infection in adolescents aged 12 to 17. This was reported to journalists on Wednesday in the press service of the ministry.
“Based on the results of all the necessary clinical studies, during which Gam-Covid-Vac M showed high safety and efficacy, and based on the positive expert opinion, the Russian Ministry of Health decided to register the Gam-Covid-Vac M vaccine for the infections in adolescents aged 12-17, inclusive,” said in the message. […]
This is depraved.
Russia’s safest most proven slurry yet!
“All the necessary clinical studies” means a hypersonic Phase I-II trial involving a grand total of 100 volunteers. The “Phase III” (ha-ha) trial (involving 3,000 participants, wow so much science) is scheduled to end on December 31, 2023.
We should be grateful Russia’s health ministry even bothered to “test” this kid-cocktail at all. Gamaleya Center director Alexander Gintsburg said several months ago that he wanted to skip “certain stages” of trials—apparently because the science had already been settled.
Toddlers are next!
Don’t worry, though. Unlike the Crazy West, minors will not be allowed to get the shot unless they have formal parental consent. Just kidding:
The Ministry of Health noted that the vaccination of adolescents aged 12 to 15 years will be carried out only with the consent of parents or guardians, and from 15 years and older with their own written informed voluntary consent.
By the way: Putin loves this. He wants vaccines for everyone. Vaccines for toddlers, even:
Vladimir Putin: And when can a vaccine for children appear already in civilian circulation? Will there be registration now, but when will it go into civil circulation?
[Duputy Prime Minister] Tatyana Golikova: I think that with a favorable outcome it will be the end of December.
Vladimir Putin: Good… As the experts told me, in some other countries, in particular in the People's Republic of China, they have already begun to work on a vaccine for children from the age of two, right?
Tatyana Golikova: So, Mr. President…
Vladimir Putin: We also need to think about this. I repeat once again: in general, in general, I believe that vaccinations should be voluntary, especially for children.
Ah yes, Putin “believes” vaccination should be voluntary—”in general”. Beliefs are nice. Especially when they correlate with actual reality. And what is the current reality, presently?
Don’t worry, vaccination will remain 100% voluntary for children, just as it continues to remain 100% voluntary for adults.
A very weird (but kid-friendly!) formula
A curious aspect of Sputnik-Kiddo is that the concentration of the actual viral vector juice has been reduced five times in the shot for adolescents, and by 10 times for young children. So it’s basically a saline solution with little droplets of Sputnik V goodness, the amount of which depends on how old you are? Something like that.
This is sort of weird, if you think about it. An 18-year-old is given Normal Sputnik, while a 17-year-old is jabbed with 1/5 Sputnik? How does this work, exactly? This is what some vaccine specialists in Russia have been wondering about:
Scientific director of the State Institution Research Institute of Vaccines and Serums named after V.I. Mechnikov, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Vitaly Zverev, in an interview with URA.RU, doubted the proposal of the director of Gamaleya Center Alexander Gintsburg to reduce the concentration of the COVID-19 vaccine “Sputnik V” for adolescents and children. According to the scientist, vaccines against other infectious diseases are not diluted with saline before being administered to minors. […]
“Do we breed other vaccines that we use, or do we do something with them? We vaccinate both children and adults. The same flu vaccine, the same measles, mumps vaccines. Why 10 times, why five times? I honestly do not understand this,” Vitaly Zverev told URA.RU.
The academician noted that the vaccine should work the same for everyone. “If the vaccine works, it should work for everyone and the same. If a substance is calculated per body weight, then children [are] different. The difference [may not be] between a 17-year-old child and an 18-year-old child, that is, from 18 we get vaccinated as adults, and 17—five times less. What's the difference between them? Especially when it's a girl or a boy. This has never happened before,” added the agency's interlocutor. At the same time, Zverev opposed the vaccination of children against coronavirus.
To be fair to Gintsburg and his diluted Sputnik Happy Meal, there are situations where flu shot dosages (as one example) can vary slightly depending on age—but to such an extreme degree? What criteria are being used to conclude that a 17-year-old only needs 1/5 Sputnik, but someone 12 months older requires a full dose? We tried to research more about this riddle and none of it makes sense to us.
So… what dose did Gintsburg’s granddaughter get, back in pre-December 2020? Curious minds want to know!
As some of you might recall, Gintsburg—who is an award-winning lunatic—disclosed in a December 2020 interview that he injected his 14-year-old granddaughter with Sputnik V, to prove to the world that it was safe and effective. Watch him look away from the camera in shame as he makes this hilarious claim (starts at the 2:00 mark, English translation):
Sputnik V hadn’t yet been tested on minors. How did he know what dosage to use? He injected his own granddaughter, while simultaneously insisting that it’s not yet safe to give children the drug? Really?
Did she get 1/5 Sputnik? 1/10 Sputnik? Maybe 10,000x Sputnik? Gintsburg, you little weasel, stop ignoring our emails! Maybe someone can ask RT? They probably know.
This concludes today’s lesson about Hide Your Kids, The Russian Government Has Gone Completely Insane.
Seriously, hide your kids. And pray.