Feb 182021
 


It is clear that none of the covid lockdown actions being taken by our governments make any sense at all if we are to judge those actions on the grounds being justified – that there is a dangerous virus in our midst that is killing people in pandemic numbers. Since the evidence says otherwise, and since all forms of coronavirus already have long-known effective treatments and cures available, these vaccines are completely unnecessary.

It must be understood that the ‘vaccines’ in no way protect against coronavirus, nor are they designed to do so. Both the government and the producers of the ‘vaccines’ have made it clear that no protection against coronavirus is being offered. Masking, social distancing, and vaccinations will be a permanent fact of life. (Yet most who are ‘vaccinated’ continue to believe otherwise.)

The rush to ‘vaccinate’ is an effort to circumvent the coming awakening that the so-called ‘vaccines’ are no such thing and may be a greater danger than could ever have been imagined. In addition to the massive numbers of adverse ‘vaccination’ reactions already part of the official record, perhaps the most frightening possibility now emerging in medical discussions is that the ‘vaccines’ being administered under the guise of fighting a virus make effective bio-weapons.

That’s because the ‘vaccines’ aren’t vaccines at all. What is being injected into millions is called a “generic therapy technology,” a technology described by bio-weapons expert Dr Lee Merrit (and others) as the “perfect binary weapon.”

Generic therapy technology can turn normally harmless coronaviruses into deadly ones, not by affecting the viruses themselves, but by preventing one’s natural immunity from dealing with otherwise harmless viruses when next encountered after having been injected. Consider the implications of this possibility.

After having heard what a growing number of independent medical professionals are saying about this technology, we’ll leave it to you to determine whether this narrative is too unbelievable to accept, or whether it describes what we are seeing around us in a way that’s Just Right.

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