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The vaccine that spreads immunity by passing itself on like a virus (www.dailymail.co.uk)

Vaccines have been our main escape route from the Covid-19 pandemic – yet the logistics of repeatedly injecting millions of us against the virus pushed the NHS almost to breaking point.

What do you think?

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lgageharleya
lgageharleya
1 month ago

This farce was transparent from the start, don’t let any “healthcare provider” fool you. When, in known history, has ANYONE recommended that we vaccinate against a disease while that disease is at large and wreaking havoc?
Every single person with any knowledge who pushed for this (and I know far too many) need to WAKE UP.

(Please, Iliketrees, I know your stance, and maybe you’re correct, but let’s just start with this? I’ve heard you, loud and clear. Maybe start explaining what actually happened instead of castigating the human beings who’ve suffered from this as fools and idiots? Your furious repetition is possibly counterproductive. I know you mean well, but refocus your anger and instead of rote repetition of your argument, point the way out of this collapsing cavern. And, no, I don’t want to watch yet another sensational video just because it meant something to you. Please give us a synopsis so we may gauge its worth before spending yet more time on something of questionable merit. I am increasingly inclined to believe that health is not what we think it is and is not gained or sustained by what we believe is medicine. But medicines unquestionably work, at least for a time. So let’s try to bridge that understanding gap.)

Last edited 1 month ago by lgageharleya
Iliketrees
Iliketrees
1 month ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

I’m not sure why you think I’m “furious” or “angry”. It’s interesting that you seem to be reading my comments as such, when I’m asking people to check things out and providing information on where to begin. I’d love to see a comment where I’m castigating people who have suffered. We all have comments on here expressing our strong opinion, the links themselves are all strong opinions, and it’s pretty ridiculous to think comments are furious or angry when they don’t imply that at all. VC uses a lot of sarcasm, passion, and even anger at the lies in his articles, does that mean he’s castigating people who have suffered? I think this comment shows that you are probably reading them from an angry, furious and defensive mindset, and I think you need to ask yourself why you feel that way about this subject. I’ve posted MANY links and ways you can learn more, pointing in the exact direction to go to learn about this. There is no way anyone can explain the entire history of germ theory and experiments and the medical mafia in a comment here, so you must do your own research as i and anyone else has on this subject. And if you read this comment as angry, furious, castigating or any other similar word, that simply isn’t how I’m feeling or writing. If you’re truly curious about this, do the research and look up the things I’ve already posted. The germ theory lie is one of the BIGGEST lies keeping people in slavery and has been a mode of mass genocide for over 100 years. It is absolutely vital that people realize this.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
1 month ago
Reply to  Iliketrees

Your energy in the posts I refer to come across, to me, as vehement and your words do lend a sort of credence to the lack of respect you have for others who don’t see exactly as you do. Your criticism has an edge.
Also, you seem to copy/paste the same mantra and when anyone questions you, you slightly word-juggle and restate exactly the same arguments again, adding nothing. That tells me you either don’t entirely comprehend the fullness of your argument or you are too lazy to care whether you impart it well and just like to yell at people and show your own superiority.
Again, I have no animosity towards you whatsoever, I have been like you, I just would like to see whatever it is you have to say offered in a way that is actually beneficial, if what you say is truth.

PiscesMarie
PiscesMarie
1 month ago
Reply to  Iliketrees

Maybe it will help her if you break down some points that she can further research without it taking hours? ( I don’t mind hours of interesting presentation but a lot of people are running around and viewing things at work..). I think you two will probably agree with many things in the end and can reach larger audiences with the strength in differing on how you communicate if you can just tackle this one thing, I mean more should be able to see your points from larger audience views and you can double your team and arguments and even debate your points making them more solidified.

Lee
Lee
1 month ago
Reply to  PiscesMarie

I agree with this. I have seen and responded to some of iliketrees’ germ theory comments as well. I appreciate their feedback and am interested in learning more about the idea behind it. I think the problem for me, and many people in general, is knowing where to begin when it comes to a topic such as this.
I am willing to explore new avenues of thought; I have learned over the years to keep an open mind, as time and again, things I was taught from a young age turned out to be the complete opposite of the truth.
But when it comes to something so integral, something that nearly everyone on the planet is taught from a young age, it’s difficult to know where to even begin looking for the evidence to support that it’s a lie.
Add to this, the fact that there are many “disinformation agents” out there: people online who disseminate big truths within a host of little lies. It can be very difficult to pick through the lies to find the truth.

And of course it doesn’t help that many search engines now filter and censor results so you only see a small portion of results relevant to a topic, and most of them claim to “debunk” that topic. It used to be much easier to find “inconvenient” information than it is now. I personally have had a harder and harder time doing research in recent years.

thursdayafternoon
thursdayafternoon
1 month ago

Too much and conflicting information (everything in the media), conspiracy theories concocted by counterintelligence (like Wuhan leak). So confused people stop thinking and listen to the experts. The bombardment of lies needs to be uninterrupted so that you don’t have a minute to realize the obvious truth. GERM THEORY AND CONTAGION IS A LIE.