Now that “vaccines” have been redefined as palliatives – they “help protect” rather than confer immunity – how long will it be before new “vaccines” are trotted out that “help protect” against all kinds of other things?
“Vaccines” that “help protect” against obesity, for instance. Childhood obesity having become a chronic “sickness.” What better – what more profitable – way to “help protect” against becoming overweight than by “vaccinating” kids for that, too?
Note that the “vaccines” – as they are styled, but aren’t – are gene therapy drugs. As in, they jigger with your genes – to “help protect” against (in this case) the effects of the “virus.”
Note the italics – to emphasize that is what the pushers of these drugs say – and what is obediently parroted by the people not smart enough to understand what is being pushed. Or evil enough to participate in the pushing.
They no longer say that the “vaccines” confer immunity. Because, of course, they can’t. That would be like saying the sun going down at night lights up the night sky. Well, they can’t say that yet. But, give them time. If sex is fungible on say-so then so is everything else.
So – for now – they say that if you take the “vaccines” (plural, because they are so very effective) then you stand a lower chance of being hospitalized if you get the sickness these “vaccines” don’t prevent you from getting.
Whatever happened to the hysteria – some may remember – over what were said to be “asymptomatic spreaders”? Those selfish people who refused to assume they were sick just because they had no symptoms of being sick? They were pilloried for “asymptomatically spreading” the sickness they didn’t have. Well, what about the sickness the “vaccinated” may also have – and can spread, also “asymptomatically”?
Just as it never mattered to the people demanding everyone “mask up” that there were never any standards defining a “mask” to mean something that had the capability to prevent or even limit the inhalation – and exhalation – of airborne viral particles. Any old bandana – or throw-away Chinese-made “mask” that came from a box that said, right there on the box, that the “masks” within do not prevent the transmission/reception of airborne respiratory viruses qualified.
Just so you wore what was styled your “mask.”
To show them the wanted obedience.
Now they have succeeded in getting these palliatives (if they are even that) that aren’t vaccines included in the childhood vaccination schedule, thereby assuring a mass-“market” for their drugs as well as assuring they cannot be sued for the damage done by their drugs.
And they have also succeeded in establishing a new precedent. That the government can all-but-force children (as well as adults unfortunate enough to be under government’s thumb) to take drugs that aren’t vaccines – if they “help protect” against . . . well, whatever.
The particulars don’t matter. It is the precedent that does. Once the latter has been established, the former can be expanded. As for example to include gene therapy drugs that “help protect” against childhood obesity. Also depression, which more children than ever currently suffer from (understandably given the state of the world).
How about the common cold?
Do you see?
The drug pushers are many things but stupid isn’t one of them. If the definition of “vaccine” changed, it didn’t change for no reason. Nor even for the obvious reason – i.e., to cover their asses, now that it is well-known that their drugs do not immunize. They knew that before we found out about that.
Because – again – they are not stupid.
Evil, reckless – and insatiably greedy, certainly. But not stupid.
It is not unlikely that one of the ultimate, long-term goals of the charade that was (and still is, in some people’s minds) the “pandemic” was to redefine medicine itself – and make a lot of money thereby.
Why wait to sell people drugs for sicknesses they haven’t got yet – and may never get – when you could “help protect” them from ever getting them? Well, supposedly. It being hard to disprove a hypothetical – such as symptom palliation in patients who never get sick.
Also to establish how much.
Instead, “helps protect.” Better line up. On the same advertising principle that sells car wax. Maybe it does. Maybe it does not. No guarantee.
If the drug pushers are allowed to get away with this sleight-of-verbal-hand and the precedent gells that people (including kids) can be made to take drugs that aren’t “vaccines” because the drug pushers claim they “help protect” – against whatever they say it does – there will be no limit to what they say it does.
It calls to mind the scene in Clint Eastwood’s movie, The Outlaw Josey Wales, in which a drug pusher tells Josey his cure-all cures just about anything. “How is it on stains,” Josey asks – as he spits a dollop of tobacco juice on the drug-pushers suitcoat.
Unfortunately, we can’t do that to the people pushing drugs that “help protect.” And – unlike the drug-pusher in the movie, they have the power of the state standing behind them.
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