To Jab Or Not To Jab – Part Twenty-Four
At the beginning of March 2020 one of my friends sent me the following: ‘Tremendous worldwide efforts are being made to understand the virus so a vaccine can be produced.’ That confirms my suspicions about the present Coronavirus outbreak and how the mass media are doing their best to whip the hysteria of the masses into fever pitch, so that the pharmaceutical companies can emerge after a while with the declaration that they have developed a new ‘wonder drug’. For further details see the relevant links at the end of this chapter, especially the one for the Ebola outbreak.
BBC News reported on 5th March 2020: There is currently no vaccine available to protect people against the disease. But when could that change? Researchers have developed vaccines and are starting to test them on animals, and if that goes well there could be human trials later in the year. But even if scientists can celebrate having developed a vaccine before Christmas, there is still the massive job of being able to mass-produce it. That means, realistically, one would not be ready until at least the middle of next year. All of this is happening on an unprecedented timescale and using new approaches to vaccines, so there are no guarantees everything will go smoothly.
There are four different types of Coronavirus that already circulate in human beings. They cause the common cold and we do not have vaccines for any of them [because no doubt there is no need for them].
On the 11th March 2020 one of my friends brought the following video to my attention:
• ‘Dr. Eric Berg Talks About The Coronavirus’
• ‘The Ebola Outbreak’
• ‘To Jab Or Not To Jab’
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