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Should you take the covid vaccine?

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I would wait quite a while.

I've always found Bill Gates involvement with vaccines very suspicious. Do we consult Doctors for Computer related issues? So why does he have such a big say on medical matters?

His father was also head of the American Eugenics society.

A very dodgy character.

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it is interesting how USA and EU are not touching the Oxford vaccines which are tenth of the price and developed using a more traditional methodology but are speeding up push of Moderna Pfizer vaccines which is highly experimental sold at with max profit levels and produced by companies heavily invested in by Gates . normally governments want spend the least amount of money per dose to allow more people getting vaccine, strange isn't it.

 

seems the con artist is getting paid directly from our pockets. If want to read the paper that talks about the Gates polio drive in India

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30111741/

interesting read going around my circle of homeopathic colleagues

https://www.homeopathicmd.com/2021/01/covid-19/?fbclid=IwAR39xzEDbLqBrf1uADUcD3cVgiQjX3LPtYq_S6tVNjNo-HGgeTZBMDRMr1g

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8 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

it is interesting how USA and EU are not touching the Oxford vaccines which are tenth of the price and developed using a more traditional methodology but are speeding up push of Moderna Pfizer vaccines which is highly experimental sold at with max profit levels and produced by companies heavily invested in by Gates . normally governments want spend the least amount of money per dose to allow more people getting vaccine, strange isn't it.

 

seems the con artist is getting paid directly from our pockets. If want to read the paper that talks about the Gates polio drive in India

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30111741/

interesting read going around my circle of homeopathic colleagues

https://www.homeopathicmd.com/2021/01/covid-19/?fbclid=IwAR39xzEDbLqBrf1uADUcD3cVgiQjX3LPtYq_S6tVNjNo-HGgeTZBMDRMr1g

Didn't the pfizer vaccine cause some deaths?

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10 minutes ago, Kaurr said:

Didn't the pfizer vaccine cause some deaths?

29 in norway and these horrific nervous system damage in USA:

https://www.facebook.com/RalliementQuebec/videos/720029818717777

analyphalyxsis is turning out to be more common than originally expected :

https://www.aappublications.org/news/2021/01/06/covid19-vaccines-anaphylaxis-010621

https://theprestonhub.co.uk/2021/01/18/preston-councillor-rushed-to-hospital-after-getting-covid-vaccine/?fbclid=IwAR334OGrfNfSB16KLrdaA4fz9QquDdg-DP2DheNtxic7VH98Hjzn6JY6cnA

 

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Please REALISE that the vaccines developed for SARS in 2003 had the fatal flaw of creating a vulnerability in the taker to develop ADE i.e. extreme immune enhancement (read that as overreaction and failure) in the face of the actual virus . DEspite years of trying they could never get a successful solution past the animal trials most anials would survive the jab but die with exposure to virus .

these vaccines have a similar problem

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33113270/

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