Darwin Award.And that's how we got a Constitutional Republic back.
Years ago, a good friend of mine ... a medical doctor ... explained the reasons why he didn’t believe in flu shots. The vaccines we get, he said, are all based on a previous year’s flu virus and do absolutely nothing to address the current strain. I’m not sure I agreed with what he told me because I generally get my flu shot every year. It isn’t because I enjoy it, but rather because I believe it helps the body immunize against viruses. I did get a flu jab last year, in October.What concerns me, however, is that the Covid-19 strain developed in China was part of an investigation into the possibility of a vaccine for HIV infections ... so the virus has HIV sequencing. If we were to accept a vaccine for Covid-19, would that also inject into our systems a “back door” to HIV infection? It is worrisome. And, of course, no one will even address this issue in the daily how-goes-it briefings and no journalist appears smart enough to even ask the question.About a thousand years ago, during a period of great turmoil, a famous Chinese general gave us the greatest under-statement of all time when he observed, “We live in interesting times.” Maybe he was predicting the year 2020.
Too many anecdotes of people getting sick after the vaccine. So far, so good.
Valid thoughts Sam.
Reminds me of Jurassic Park where the incomplete dino DNA chain was supplemented by frog DNA. The Chinese were building something nasty in that Wuhan lab, giving it the backbone from SARS and the immune system attack of HIV. I’m not rolling up my sleeve for any concoction they come up with for this Frankenstein. I’ll take my chances
Well, I tend to lean toward the idea that people's immune systems go into overdrive with Covid and that is what actually kills them.
Yes i hear that also. But healthy immune systems must be learning to distinguish and isolate the intruder without killing the host. Herd is only wsy thru im afraid