Not Trusting People Who Hate Me

By definition, a vaccine is something injected into your body that is a weakened version of the plague the vaccine seeks to protect you from. It creates the same immune response as the real plague, and any attempt to analyze the antibodies cannot tell the difference between someone who took the vaccine and someone who survived the real plague.

The COVID mRNA vaccines are not like that. Whatever else they do, they create highly specific antibodies that are not at all like those of plague survivors; the antibodies would not be wide-ranging the way natural antibodies are. Instead of provoking a reaction by introducing a weakened version of the plague, and allowing the body to come up with multiple responses, the COVID mRNA vaccines instruct the body to create very specific antibodies without the stimulus of the plague itself. The antibodies so created are distinctly different from the natural antibodies.

Viruses that have circulated in a population typically mutate in response to natural defenses. When the real plague enters the system supposedly defended by the work of an mRNA vaccine, it would likely use these highly specific antibodies as markers to attack in amplification of the normal damage it might otherwise do.

Consider this: Taking the vaccine generates markers in your body that would not naturally exist under any circumstances. It’s not to say the vaccine doesn’t work, but that it does a lot that has nothing to do with the plague.

Now consider that there are people who have already published their desire to reduce the human population of earth, and some conjecture on how they could do it. The use of public manipulation regarding false biological threats is a common proposal in those published discussions.

Yeah, there are people who want you dead. I am in no position to offer proof that would end any debate, but I’ll tell you this: I’m going to act as if the following is true —

The COVID mRNA vaccine is almost certainly going to provoke an autoimmune response in the majority of the human population who receive it. This won’t be fatal for everyone, but it will weaken your system and make an early death more likely. Worse, it will certainly open you up to controls via further biological manipulation. It will create a marker that follow-on artificial bio-agents can identify. How you handle that threat is between you and God, but for now, I’ll draw the line on this and face whatever sanctions come with refusing it.

I’m not going to trust people who hate me.

About Ed Hurst

Avid cyclist, Disabled Veteran, Bible History teacher, and wannabe writer; retired.
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4 Responses to Not Trusting People Who Hate Me

  1. feeriker says:

    I would like to say that “this should be common sense.” Then I remind myself that “common” sense is anything but.


  2. Ed Hurst says:

    The term “common sense” is often a misnomer, indeed.


  3. Jay DiNitto says:

    I like to call the vaccine the “oligarch mutant juice.” It’s dramatic, for sure, and it might not even do anything bad to me if I took it, but I’m trying not to take it so seriously.


  4. Ed Hurst says:

    Love your label for it. I’m going to use that.


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