“Otherwise, we risk repeating the fatal mistakes of the swine flu vaccination,” the experts wrote.
Considering a large population is already immune and citing dangerous and deadly side effects such as blood clotting, a group of 28 doctors urged public health officials not to repeat the mistakes made in vaccination against swine influenza, which has led to many cases of narcolepsy as a side effect.
In an op-ed article, a group of 28 health experts urged public health officials to vaccinate only at-risk groups for COVID-19, but not young people and healthy people.
In their open letter in the journal Göteborgs-Posten, the 28 doctors and scholars, including psychiatrist and debater Sven Román and Nils Littorin of Lund University, which also runs the local party the Malmö List, said that much of the world’s population has now been affected by COVID-19, with more having some form of immunity.
In March 2009, the world witnessed the outbreak of a new flu virus, possibly from pigs, infecting even young people. Alarm bells sounded worldwide as the virus resembled in many ways the Spanish influenza epidemic of 1917. A vaccine was quickly developed for swine influenza and 60 to 90 million doses were given worldwide.
In Europe, and particularly in the Nordic countries, many cases of narcolepsy occurred after such vaccinations. The confounding factor is that the swine flu virus itself causes narcolepsy, making it difficult to identify the cause. However, patients who developed narcolepsy received compensation from the state.
The petitioners mention the risk of fatal blood clotting and bleeding, which has been noted as a side effect of several vaccines, including AstraZeneca, and urge not to repeat the “narcoleptic mistake” and not to inoculate healthy youth, as well as those who have had COVID-19 and have acquired a form of immunity.
The proposal goes against the general immunization strategy implemented by the Swedish Public Health Agency, state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell and government vaccine coordinator Richard Bergström. According to the official decision, Sweden will move out of the pandemic phase and enter the endemic phase once more than 60% of the population has been vaccinated. So far, Sweden has succeeded in fully vaccinating around 9.5 percent of target groups.
Dr Sven Román is especially skeptical about the apparent links between the authorities and the pharmaceutical industry, like Richard Bergström, previously CEO of the Pharmaceutical Industry Association.
Denne man saknar jag också förtroende för.Har aldrig litat på honom,kommer direkt från läkemedelsindustrin.Svenskarna måste inse att dessa personer har särintressen,dvs är jäviga.Lämna Sörgårdsidyllen,den försvann redan 1986 med Palmemordet.(via @omni_red) https://t.co/9WbfckhedE— Sven Román (@Sven_Roman) May 5, 2021
Sweden has consistently avoided major lockdowns throughout the pandemic and has introduced only a fraction of the restrictions observed elsewhere in Europe, and is nearing 1 million cases of COVID-19, with more than 14,000 deaths.