Vaccine Skepticism Is Justified

As COVID-19 continues to remain a part of our lives, solutions continue to be sought. There are numerous vaccines in the works, some now approved and being administered to the public. As an elderly woman in the United Kingdom became the first member of the general public to receive the Pfizer vaccine this week, it once again became a major topic of conversation. However, opinion is divided over whether or not the vaccine is truly safe, even when the companies that produce it claim it is. But these companies have also made themselves non-liable for any issues and adverse effects from these vaccines, so can we really trust them?

Vaccines typically take 8-10 years to create. In this way, they are generally safe, and are unlikely to result in any major issues. Sure, those who have them may experience some minor side effects, but nothing that will be especially harmful to them. The vaccines being produced now for COVID-19 were created in less than one year. So what does that say about them? They were rushed. And when something is rushed, a multitude of things can go wrong.

You do not need to look far to see the problems with this. It is reminiscent of the thalidomide epidemic, where the drug was said to be safe, but ended up resulting in the deaths of around 80,000 babies worldwide and deformities of a further 20,000. It has also been associated with a higher occurrence of blood clots and nerve and blood disorders. Yet it is still approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of inflammation from Hansen’s disease and as a chemotherapeutic agent for patients with multiple myeloma.

Then there was the vaccine created by the World Health Organization (WHO) that was used to immunize people in less developed countries against tetanus. In reality, WHO researchers had conjugated the tetanus toxoid (TT) with human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). This combination, when administered to a woman, results in the immune system attacking the pregnancy hormones. This led to two possible scenarios when administered to women. If the woman was pregnant, she would lose her baby. If she was not pregnant, she would become infertile. In 2014, it was found that this kind of “birth-control vaccine” was being used in Kenya. Although the WHO denied it, three accredited independent biochemistry laboratories in Nairobi tested samples from the vials of the WHO’s tetanus vaccine and found hCG was present when it should not have been. This was quite possibly an attempt at depopulation, something which seems to be on the cards again now.

Already, there are issues with the COVID-19 vaccine. For example, two UK nurses who received it within the first 24 hours of it being made public developed significant allergic reactions. As a result, the public were warned against getting the vaccine if they suffered from severe allergies. Yet this may only be one of the milder adverse effects of the vaccine. There were also four cases of Bell’s Palsy. The FDA have written up a “draft working list of possible adverse event outcomes” of the COVID-19 vaccines. These include: Guillain-Barré syndrome (which causes paralysis), acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, transverse myelitis, encephalitis, myelitis, encephalomyelitis, meningoencephalitis, meningitis, encephalopathy, convulsions, seizures, stroke, narcolepsy, cataplexy, anaphylaxis, acute myocardial infarction, myocarditis, pericarditis, autoimmune disease, other acute demyelinating disease, non-anaphylactic allergic reactions, thrombocytopenia, disseminated intravascular coagulation, venous thromboembolism, arthritis and arthralgia/joint pain, Kawasaki disease, multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, pregnancy and birth outcomes, vaccine enhanced diseases, and death.

That is a lot of possible adverse outcomes for a vaccine that is supposed to be the world’s saving grace. Those adverse effects are no walk in the park either. Paralysis, heart attack, brain diseases, autoimmune diseases, problems with blood clots; all of these can have life-changing consequences and can even result in death. And then there are the pregnancy and birth outcomes. Already it has been made known that the vaccine may leak through when breastfeeding, and that it may have an effect on fertility. Keep in mind the WHO have done this before. And isn’t it interesting that those who have for years said that the world is overpopulated are now claiming they have a vaccine to save everyone from a virus that has been overhyped by governments, media, and “experts” and has a 99.9% recovery rate? Surely that raises skepticism in any rational human being.

Here are the other important things you need to know about the vaccine (and this is where I’m glad I studied biology). It uses MRC-5, which is code for the cells of an aborted foetus. This creates a significant moral dilemma for those who are against abortion, of which there are many. The Pfizer vaccine, which is already being distributed and administered to the public in the UK and is set to roll out in Canada within the week, also uses modified mRNA (messenger ribonucleic acid). RNA is complimentary to DNA. Messenger RNA, or mRNA, is a single stranded molecule of RNA which corresponds to the genetic sequence of a gene, read by a ribosome (a particle consisting of RNA and associated proteins found in large numbers in the cytoplasm of living cells) in the process of synthesizing a protein. Now mRNA can be encoded to create certain proteins, and thus in the case of the vaccine, the mRNA to be injected into people would be modified for the purpose of creating an immune response to COVID-19. However, just as mRNA can be modified for good, it can also be modified for malicious purposes. Some vaccines are even exploring the use of DNA, which is concerning, given either of these could result in changes to the genetic makeup of the human body, in turn amounting to any number of health problems, from mutations resulting in cancers to autoimmune diseases. Playing around with genetic material is a dangerous game.

Just to cap it off, there were 6 deaths in Pfizer’s late-stage trial of their vaccine. This was revealed just hours before the vaccine began being administered to members of the public in the UK. Four of these were on the placebo (control), but 2 were given the complete vaccine. The deaths are conveniently being blames on obesity and heart problems. What is interesting is that when it comes to COVID-19 itself, deaths are recorded as COVID deaths even when the patient had another condition that was responsible for their death (eg. Heart problems, cancer, obesity, Alzheimer’s, etc.), which are conveniently ignored. Thereby, it is highly likely that the COVID-19 death tolls are greatly inflated. But when it comes to deaths that are likely attributable to the vaccine, suddenly prior conditions are recognized again. It is highly suspect. Even the testing is off. PCR test kits being used can easily give false positives, so much so that the numbers pertaining to COVID-19 cases are also greatly inflated. This is, of course, to instill fear in the population, so that they will become more subservient to governments and elites.

The vaccine is taken in two shots, spread about 21 days apart, and only provides immunity for around six months. Yet those who get it can still contract the virus and transmit it. And even with the vaccine we are still being told to wear masks and social distance. If the vaccine truly worked well, and was as effective as it has been made out to be, why would these measures still be necessary after distributing it? It doesn’t add up.

So why would any reasonable, rational individual get a vaccine that is 95% effective against COVID-19 when the recovery rate without the vaccine is 99.9%? Why would you get a vaccine that can cause a multitude of debilitating and/or deadly health issues that could either kill you or leave you with a significantly reduced quality of life? Why would anyone who wants to have a family and kids allow a substance to be injected into them that could take away their very ability to do just that? Here is the short answer, they wouldn’t.

Many are already opposed to the vaccine, and with good reason. Many of us who oppose it are labelled as anti-vaxxers or the like. I have been labelled as such myself. Yet I have personally had many vaccines throughout my life thus far. Tetanus shots, annual flu shots, all the meningococcal vaccines, the list goes on. Immunization is important, and I am generally not opposed to it at all. But in the case of the COVID-19 vaccine, I’m concerned, and personally, I would rather wait 5-10 years to see if any adverse effects begin to show (that is how long it can take for some of the health conditions to occur, as it did in the case of the thalidomide epidemic). I would rather not put a rushed vaccine into my body and risk my own health and my future children.

The “cure” may just be worse than the disease.

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