Vaccines no longer have to confer immunity, they only have to “help protect” against or alleviate some of the symptoms of a disease. By the new definition, aspirin is a vaccine. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:
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.”
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