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2021 Mar 30, 8:11am   108,018 views  4,962 comments

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Anyone get vaxxed?

I know a few and they sound like absolute shit, and both feel like absolute crap.

Anyone else?

Why the fuck are people injecting themselves with a non-FDA approved biological agent?

And what the fuck are people afraid of, when this covid has a 99.97% survival rate?

I don't understand this level of retardedness... Or maybe I am just super, over the top, fucking retarded, that I can't understand this shit.


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4934   Patrick   2023 Jan 15, 11:18am  

Patrick says

Dholliday126 says





https://report24.news/the-case-inna-zhvanetskaya-is-forced-vaccination-of-jews-a-good-german-tradition/


More about this:

https://lionessofjudah.substack.com/p/welcome-to-the-fourth-reich-germany



I saw this on one of Patrick’s memes and I thought there is no way that this headline is really true or at least recent. It turns out it is both real and from 2023 in Germany. Composer Inna Zhvantskaya, an 85 year old Jewish survivor of the Holocaust, was scheduled to be placed in a psychiatric ward and vaccinated against her will for Covid-19.:

The judgment further states that the forced vaccination against Covid-19 against the will of the person concerned in the context of the accommodation was necessary for the welfare of the person concerned in order to avert an imminent significant damage to her health.

Inna Zhvanetskaya had not been convinced of the necessity of this medical measure, on the contrary. She strictly rejected the vaccination. Therefore, the judge found that the substantial health damage could not be averted by any other measure reasonable for the person concerned, since the expected benefit of the medical measure would substantially outweigh the expected impairment of the person concerned…

Considering the “vaccines” do not prevent infection, transmission, death, or anything else, what possible reason could they use to justify this?
4935   Onvacation   2023 Jan 15, 1:25pm  

Patrick says

Considering the “vaccines” do not prevent infection, transmission, death, or anything else, what possible reason could they use to justify this?

Because the fucking Nazi's missed her the first time they tried genocide.
4936   GNL   2023 Jan 15, 1:50pm  

Patrick says

Considering the “vaccines” do not prevent infection, transmission, death, or anything else, what possible reason could they use to justify this?

NWO
4939   Patrick   2023 Jan 16, 10:10pm  

https://lionessofjudah.substack.com/p/the-vaccine-industrys-dirty-secret


By Stephen McMurray January 16, 2023

THE vaccine industry and those who uncritically promote it will tell you that safety standards are so high, and testing so rigorous, that vaccines are totally clean and safe. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Apart from the toxic substances such as aluminium which are deliberately added, vaccines are frequently found to be contaminated with bacteria, viruses and metal particles.

It is now obvious that there are multifarious health issues associated with the Covid vaccines. Many could be a result of the experimental technology, but some may be related to contamination.

Three Japanese men died in August 2021 after being vaccinated with Moderna Covid vaccines contaminated with stainless steel particles during the manufacturing process.The batches had also been contaminated with latex, which broke off the vial seals when the needle was inserted, in a process known as ‘coring’. As coring happens an astonishing 40 per cent of the time and there are a number of people known to have latex allergies, this poses a serious health risk.

Even if the patient isn’t allergic to latex, the particles can still be dangerous. According to the publication Vaccine they ‘may potentially result in embolism and adverse reactions varying from autopsy-detected clinically occult pulmonary granulomas to local tissue infarction, pulmonary infarction and death’.
4940   richwicks   2023 Jan 17, 4:40pm  

Patrick says

https://lionessofjudah.substack.com/p/the-vaccine-industrys-dirty-secret



By Stephen McMurray January 16, 2023

THE vaccine industry and those who uncritically promote it will tell you that safety standards are so high, and testing so rigorous, that vaccines are totally clean and safe. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Apart from the toxic substances such as aluminium which are deliberately added, vaccines are frequently found to be contaminated with bacteria, viruses and metal particles.

It is now obvious that there are multifarious health issues associated with the Covid vaccines. Many could be a result of the experimental technology, but some may be related to contamination.

Three Japanese men died in August 2021 after being vaccinated with Moderna Covid vaccines contaminated with stainless ...


Hey - anybody ever going to take a vaccine again?

3 years ago I wouldn't have a problem with it. Today, I'd only take one if I was travelling to the Congo.
4941   Patrick   2023 Jan 17, 8:15pm  

https://gingertaylor.substack.com/p/forced-vaccination-laws-are-the-justification


Forced Vaccination Laws are the Justification for Forced Sterilization Laws
"The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting the Fallopian tubes." - Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr, Buck v. Bell, 1927

In the horrifying 1927 case, Buck V. Bell, the Supreme Court ruled, in an 8 to 1 decision, that it was constitutional for Virginia to perform forced sterilization on its citizens. ...

But even those who know about poor Carrie Buck may not know that the mandatory vaccine laws were the justification for this decision. They used our old friend Jacobson, the Massachusetts minister who refused to pay a five dollar fee imposed by the state on those rejecting the smallpox vaccine during a deadly outbreak in 1905, and took it all the way to the Supreme Court.

The venerated Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote the decision upholding the Virginia law that ended a woman's right to be a mother, by saying it was no different than vaccination...
4943   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2023 Jan 18, 4:29am  

Just redefine fentanyl as vaccination, and bingo!
4944   stereotomy   2023 Jan 18, 4:39am  

Patrick says





Is that Jonestown after the Koolaid party?
4947   Patrick   2023 Jan 18, 8:09pm  

https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/very-urgent-after-four-shots-covid


After four shots, Covid jabs sharply REDUCED immune function in mice
Chinese researchers reported the results in a peer-reviewed paper published last month. The finding has gotten no attention. It needs attention.

Mice who received more than four Covid vaccine jabs had a collapse in their ability to fight the coronavirus, Chinese researchers have found.

The damage extended past antibodies, the immune system’s front line of defense against viruses and bacteria, to the T-cells that form the crucial backup.

The researchers reported the finding in a peer-reviewed paper published December 22 in the journal iScience. In surprisingly clear language, they warned:

Our findings demonstrate potential risks with the continuous use of SARS-CoV-2 vaccine boosters, providing immediate implications [emphasis added] for the global COVID-19 vaccination enhancement strategies.

Later in the paper, the researchers were even more direct:

We found that the protective effects from the humoral immunity and cellular immunity established by the conventional immunization were both profoundly impaired during the extended vaccination course.



4948   Patrick   2023 Jan 18, 11:08pm  




Win-win! Get paid to give someone a heart attack, get paid again to inject more of the same shit.
4949   richwicks   2023 Jan 19, 3:05pm  



original link


I really enjoy Matt Orfalea: https://rumble.com/c/Orf
4950   Patrick   2023 Jan 19, 8:05pm  

https://galileoisback.substack.com/p/the-immune-system-its-all-about-the


Indeed, at the beginning of the COVID vaccination campaign, I raised the concern that the vaccine’s mode of action, which involves transfection of cells with an mRNA encoding a viral protein, could cause autoimmune diseases, basing this concern on the medical literature and on current knowledge of the immune system. There is growing evidence that this indeed might be one of the consequences of the mRNA vaccine, with numerous case reports and case series, such as these (1-4).

I admit that I did not consider at the time the other side of the same coin. If the viral spike protein is presented in the same context as self-proteins, could there be some risk that the immune system will eventually recognize it as a self-protein and develop tolerance towards it, so that future response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus will be suppressed? ...

This is concerning because it could mean that the repeated exposure to the spike protein in the context of a “self” protein can eventually lead to development of tolerance towards the spike protein and a much less robust and effective immune response.


So either you get an auto-immune disorder from the vaxx, or your body decides that the spike protein is part of you, and then if you get infected again you have no defense.
4960   zzyzzx   2023 Feb 1, 8:22am  

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2023/01/annual-seasonal-covid-vaccine-shots-federal-regulation/672854/

For all the legwork that public-health experts have done over the past few years to quash comparisons between COVID-19 and the flu, there sure seems to be a lot of effort nowadays to equate the two. In an advisory meeting convened earlier today, the FDA signaled its intention to start doling out COVID vaccines just like flu shots: once a year in autumn, for just about everyone, ad infinitum. Whatever the brand, primary-series shots and boosters (which might no longer be called “boosters”) will guard against the same variants, making them interchangeable. Doses will no longer be counted numerically. “This will be a fundamental transition,” says Jason Schwartz, a vaccine policy expert at Yale—the biggest change to the COVID-vaccination regimen since it debuted.

Hints of the annual approach have been dropping, not so subtly, for years. Even in the spring of 2021, Pfizer’s CEO was floating the idea of yearly shots; Peter Marks, the director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, teased it throughout 2022. This past September, Joe Biden officially endorsed it as “a new phase in our COVID-19 response,” and Ashish Jha, the White House’s COVID czar, memorably highlighted the convenience of combining a flu shot and a COVID shot into a single appointment: “I really believe this is why God gave us two arms.”

Still, in today’s meeting, FDA officials were pushier than ever in their advocacy for the flu-ification of COVID vaccines. “We think that simplification of the vaccination regimen would contribute to easier vaccine deployment, better communication, and improved vaccine coverage,” Jerry Weir, the FDA’s director of the division of viral products, said at the meeting. The timing is important: After renewing the U.S.’s pandemic-emergency declaration earlier this month, the Biden administration seems set to allow its expiration this coming April. That makes the present moment awfully convenient for repackaging a chaotic, crisis-caliber vaccination paradigm as a scheduled, seasonal, normal-seeming one. A once-a-year strategy, modeled on a routine recommendation, suggests that “we’re no longer in emergency mode,” says Maria Sundaram, a vaccine researcher at the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute. Or at least, that’s the message that the public is likely to hear.

But federal regulators may be trying to fit a COVID-shaped peg into a flu-shaped hole. The experts I spoke with largely agreed: Eventually, someday, annual autumn shots for COVID “will probably be sufficient,” says Gregory Poland, a vaccinologist at Mayo Clinic. “Are we ready for that yet? I’m not sure that’s the case at all.”

Even in the short term, COVID-vaccination tactics need a revamp. “It’s clear above all that the current approach isn’t working,” Schwartz told me. Despite abundant supply, demand for COVID boosters in the U.S. has been abysmal—and interest seems to be declining with each additional dose. Last fall’s bivalent shot has reached the arms of only 15 percent of Americans; even among adults over 65—a majority of whom sign up for flu shots each fall—the vaccination rate hasn’t yet reached 40 percent.

For most of the time that COVID shots have been around, figuring out when to get them has been a hassle, with different guidelines and requirements that depend on age, sex, risk factors, vaccination history, and more. Pharmacies have had to stock an absurd number of vials and syringes to accommodate the various combinations of brands and dose sizes; record-keeping on flimsy paper cards has been a total joke. “I do this for a living, and I can barely keep track,” Schwartz said. Recommendations on the proper timing and number of doses have also changed so many times that many Americans have simply checked out. After the bivalent recipe debuted, polls found that an alarming proportion of people didn’t even know the shot was available to them.

Streamlining COVID-vaccine recommendations will remove a lot of that headache, Sundaram told me. Most people would need to keep only one mantra in mind—one dose, each fall—and could top off their flu and COVID immunity at the same time. Burdens on pharmacies and clinics would be lower, and communication would be far easier—a change that could make an especially big difference for those with children, among whom COVID-vaccine uptake has been the lowest. “It’ll be more scheduled, more systematic,” says Charlotte Hobbs, a pediatric infectious-disease specialist at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. COVID shots could simply be offered at annual well-child visits, she told me. “It’s something we already know works well.”

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