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The FDA approval is all smoke and mirrors. There was an ad on last night that said the boosters were “FDA approved.” Yes, FDA approved for an EUA. Which is not the same as normal FDA approved. Same with “Comirnaty.”
Give me a decade plus of solid, peer reviewed research, and maybe, just maybe, I will consider purchasing what you are selling. Until then….
Early on in the vaccine campaign, I read a scientific paper that indicated that there was not a “strong CD4 and CD8 response to the vaccine” (ie, Pfizer mRNA vaccine). CD4 and CD8 cells are the B- and T-cells that give long term resistance to viruses and infections.
My guess is that your elderly relative developed her T-cell response from the Covid infection that you suspect she had. In that case (which I think is true), then any further boosters are not only unnecessary but potentially harmful.
T-cell response is strong and lasting. There is evidence that the mRNA vaccines do NOT make your body develop a strong T and B-cell response.
Also, if your relative did have Covid, she would also have resistance to the actual virus encapsulated in the “spike protein” coat, which is a better response than the vaccines create to just the spike protein.
There is a desperation about getting 110% of the world injected against COVID, and it has struck me that it’s now on the level of bullying. So I took a look at this Newsweek post about bullying:
It can easily be adapted to the COVID vaxx:
1. You repeatedly upset someone around you. [Demanding a person who is not injected get an injection they do not want is upsetting.]
2. You have a lack of empathy. [Not everyone is medically eligible for injection. Many don’t want to participate because of ethics or other reasons.]
3. You can get aggressive. [Accosting people in public and shaming them]
4. You thrive around insecure people. [‘Even if you got the vax and you end up getting COVID and dying, you won’t suffer as much.’]
5. You spread malicious rumours about a staff member. [Outing unvaxxed co-workers, accusing them of having COVID if they cough or sneeze.]
6. You misuse your power or position about performance issues. [Not vaxxed? No promotion, no bonus, no raise]
The world as a whole has said bullying is wrong. Why is COVID vax bullying OK, and why aren’t we calling people out on it?
As a Christian, one would be obligated to care for the sick.
However, we are in a war of sorts, and the injected, because of their fear, have no problem with purebloods being forced to take the injection. Even if it could k*ll.
In that case, are those who survive, obligated to care for those who wanted to see us dead? I suppose my answer is to help those who regret their decision, and those who have supported my decision not to play along with the farce.
They knew this ahead of time. Before the injections came out, I found a document online from either the NIH or CDC that showed the potential side effects of the injection. All the neurological ones were there, as well as strokes, heart attacks, autoimmune disorders and death. They KNEW.
My husband (both un-injected and have had CV) is having a difficult time with a co-worker. Said co-worker is planning on getting his 5 year old the CV injection, and my husband knows there is a chance this will harm the child. However… there is really nothing my husband can do; he’s talked to people on and off this whole time about the virus, and people are just not interested in the facts. BTW… he is a chemist, and is the only one in his office/lab not injected. Even the ones who had CV lined up like good citizens.
People have been brainwashed that CV is stage 4 airborne cancer, and will do anything to save themselves and their families. Even if they are presented with information that is contrary to that fact, they are still holding onto the “vaccine makes me safe” ideology.
Because it is an ideology now; it’s not based on anything real.
Unfortunately, I think the only thing we can do now is to try to help people after the fact.
I’m sorry to hear about the response that you’re getting. However, it doesn’t surprise me. Unfortunately, the only thing that might happen is that it could cause you to be alienated from the rest of the workforce.
When people choose to smoke, they know they might get lung cancer. When people drive drunk, they know they might die or kill someone. They know these facts going in. With the CV injections, people were sold something. As it turns out, they were sold a completely wrong premise, and purchased a product that could kill them. Many can’t/won’t cope with that. Instead, they either ignore all other information, or get angry at the messenger.
People don’t want to know. They don’t want to be saved. They simply want to be told that everything is going to be OK and they’re not going to die of CV because they are injected.
Terror Management Theory explains some of what we’re going through.
What’s really interesting is that after a year of people getting sick, many of whom never even went to the doctor, the medical industry is still treating this like airborne stage 4 cancer.
Is it the 24/7 propaganda? Is everyone simply a basket case now? Is that it?
As for a lawyer, good luck finding one that will take the case. And finding a judge that has not been purchased by the other side.
Does is really matter if the mandate is legal or not? Employers are forcing it, people are losing their jobs and if it goes to court, the judges always side with the employer.