They really had to change the goal post to make themselves look good but have they even achieved their admittance of failure, have they failed at even failing to me their own failing standards?
The change came when they set a new (confusing) target of 80% of 50% of the original target of 2 shots of 80% of population injected by Sept. 2021 - meaning 80% shot up once by June.
Which no follow up on this story let’s see how successful have they been at achieving successful failure?
Getting there, slowly ever so slowly creeping but actually looks like a big fat fail to fail good.
31.5% of 100% of 50% of the original target which is the new target, has taken approx 5 months.
If that rate continues, it indicates an increase of 6.2% per month, so it would take approx 7/8 months to fail at failing to “fully vaccinate”, so they woudl actually over shoot their original september target but 4-36 months or something like that right.
Unless they can get 49% more people injected by the end of May 2021, they will have indeed fail at living up to their own self-admitted ability to set bona fide targets of positive failure.
If you think about factoring in the second dose crawl-rate they are going, to look even slower, so slow that many would be eligible for their 3 and maybe even 4th injection by the time they make it for their 2nd shot, ya know what I’m saying?
Yes, and then factor in that by 2022, x2 shots will not longer be classed as fully vaccinated, as is the current arbitrary standard and for that reason pfizer is rolling out 2022 and 2023 supplies to Ireland among others - if you were fully vaccinated or believe you where full vaccainted (the chances are slim for many!) you may be the victim of a false advertising scam 101.
However, did you read the “mutant” clause in the papers you signed when giving your body over to Pharma?
Please go refer to the copies of the original documentation you have to confirm.
Imagine a world. Where if you were told you had to keep buying a new TV set the same as the one you got previously, every year, to keep it working, would you? I mean would you really? I mean if it guaranteed safe viewing. Very safe viewing? If it was the safest viewing, would that make a difference? Would you keep buying a new TV set every year maybe twice year to comply with safe viewing standards?