- Jul 18, 2008
1 in 2800. Now back that up please.You do know that the word "rare" doesn't mean something doesn't happen at all, right?
The word "rare" means that something HAPPENS, by some probability.
So if serious medical injuries occur at a rate of 1 in 2800 and you call that "rare", then if 7 billion people are vaccinated, you can expect that literally millions of people WILL be medically injured. WILL. DEFINITELY
If you force a vaccine on 7.7 billion people that medically injures at a rate of around 1 in 2800 then you will definitely injure at least 2 MILLION people. You will. That's just math. That's reality. Wake up. "Rare" doesn't mean "hurr durr it basically doesn't happen at all we don't have to worry about this".
People like you are so dimwitted that you think if something is "rare" it means it basically doesn't happen.