Coronavirus vaccine thread

@Lennysrabbit @Tippy The best thing I did to my life was to stop discussing the news cycle with my relatives. You should do that too.

Just live by example, don't try to convince other people to do what you think is best for them. They don't want your advice, they want their advice from the BBC and the Guardian. They don't trust you, they trust random strangers on their screens. That's their choice, not yours, and choices have consequences.

Thanks for the advice... I don't expect to change their actions, you're probably right.

But if I know I said something and shared all the info with them when I had the chance, rather than letting them skip happily off the cliffside, then if worst comes to worst I'll at least know that.
 

Joe316

Robin
But if I know I said something and shared all the info with them when I had the chance, rather than letting them skip happily off the cliffside, then if worst comes to worst I'll at least know that.

You share info if you get asked for advice.

All you have to do is to tell your relatives: "Personally I don't get the jab yet, because I think it's highly experimental and unsafe." Done.

If their response is not "We want to know more!" then they don't consider you as a reliable source and don't need any more info.
 

ItalianStallion9

Woodpecker
Right now the west is leaning away from pushing the J&J + AstraZeneca vaccines. I found that odd because the Moderna/Pfizer vaccines are the prototype RNA shots, while the Johnson & Astra aren't. Why are the media and science communities not only pushing so hard for the vaccines...but the RNA vaccines?

And when did society begin to just blindly trust these mega pharma corporations? Anyone can take a look at the Pfizer or J&J wikis an see mountains of sketchy material under the lawsuits/recalls/litigation/lobbying sections.
 

SeekingTruth

Kingfisher
I totally agree with what you said about your friend and his wife. But the question is is he willing to get a divorce over the vaccine? Will he be fine being alone for a while? Does he understand that the chances of meeting someone in the next 1 to 10 years might be slim due to ongoing pandemic plans? etc.

I am single, thus, these are nonfactors to me, but at times one can picture the thought process of a married man, who might want freedom, but is worried about the consequences of rattling his marriage.

Like I said before, the pandemic is essentially an ideological topic. Unfortunately, it didnt seemed necessary to pick a spouse based on a potential pandemic and depopulation vaccine scenario. But now this huge elephant in the room has appeared and it is here to stay.
I imagine that finding a suitable partner is easier now since all of the crazy/woke/fem is exposed earlier.
Yes you might be alone longer but chances are the ability to weed out unsuitable partners is at an all time high. Lowers your chances of divorce and unhappiness later.
 
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BillMcNeal

Woodpecker
Right now the west is leaning away from pushing the J&J + AstraZeneca vaccines. I found that odd because the Moderna/Pfizer vaccines are the prototype RNA shots, while the Johnson & Astra aren't. Why are the media and science communities not only pushing so hard for the vaccines...but the RNA vaccines?

And when did society begin to just blindly trust these mega pharma corporations? Anyone can take a look at the Pfizer or J&J wikis an see mountains of sketchy material under the lawsuits/recalls/litigation/lobbying sections.
The worst part is that Russia and China have traditional weakened virus vaccines. If something like that were given in the US I would actually consider taking them (if pushed to). It just shows how far the West has fallen.
 

hkhathaj

Woodpecker
I imagine that finding a suitable partner is easier now since all of the crazy/woke/fem is exposed earlier.
I have thought about that: how will my (now baby) son find a fertile wife? There will be a high demand for those wahmen. Or maybe not because most men will not want to have own children? Actually it is not very useful to think about these things so far in the future but I can't help myself and imagine these future situations.
 

Joe316

Robin
I would imagine that finding a suitable partner is easier now since all of the crazy/woke/fem is exposed earlier.

You won't find a suitable woman before this war is over and you won it. Women pair off with the victors.

Regarding question why people trust their TV more than their own children: You become the five people you spend most your the time with. These are the people you trust most. If people spend hours every day with their favorite news anchors and show hosts, they consider them more trustworthy than their own tribe.

There is nothing you can do about that. It's like porn. Their mammal/lizard/whatever brain doesn't realize, that their "trustworthy" BBC anchor doesn't even know them and doesn't care the slightest if they die a horrible death. They tell them through a screen: "Darling, I'm concerned about your health, you should get a jab!" Then there comes this traveling salesman "son" once a week and tries to counter that. No chance.

It's also the reason why Sunday services in Church don't help much with salvation anymore. People counter them with screens on a daily basis.
 

Tippy

Woodpecker
I tried to persuade my mum to wait 6 months and wait to see what happens. She said she knows there is a risk and is willing to take it.

It is ultimately her decision. I have tried. I didn't bring up depopulation or anything thing is, does she even know this MRNA stuff is totally new? I don't know. She keeps saying she has always had vaccines as he reasoning.
 
You share info if you get asked for advice.

All you have to do is to tell your relatives: "Personally I don't get the jab yet, because I think it's highly experimental and unsafe." Done.

If their response is not "We want to know more!" then they don't consider you as a reliable source and don't need any more info.

Well, take your own approach...

Personally, as I know they're being lied to, crucial info is being silenced, and they're being duped into believing they've given informed consent, I'll share what I know.
 

BillMcNeal

Woodpecker
I tried to persuade my mum to wait 6 months and wait to see what happens. She said she knows there is a risk and is willing to take it.

It is ultimately her decision. I have tried. I didn't bring up depopulation or anything thing is, does she even know this MRNA stuff is totally new? I don't know. She keeps saying she has always had vaccines as he reasoning.
That's why shutting down debate on social media was so crucial (in a completely evil way) for vaccine adoption. Because if the phrase "experimental gene therapy," a phrase far more accurate than the word vaccine, went truly viral, adoption rates would probably not even hit 50%.
 
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hkhathaj

Woodpecker
And if we were to get a bit in the science-fiction realm, I wonder if something about this vaccine can be activated later without direct involvement (e.g. 5G). I know that is a bit out there, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was the case.
In the 5G base stations there is hardware very similar to military radars. (And also similar to car radars that are used for so called adaptive tempomat.) It is called a phased array antenna. I guess if reprogrammed these stations can be used as radar units (and that could be possible while the station works as intended so no one would detect it being done). Because the phased array radio is driven by sowftware defined radio and that means any waveform and function can be programmed after the device was installed by remote programming. The stations must be full of reprogrammable vector processors that generate the sent waveforms and analyse the received waveforms. (Something similar to video cards and FPGAs.) After reprogramming these could execute the radar-like tracking feature. That means the hardware is capable of tracking the movement of people who don't even carry a phone.

The antenna array is also capable of focusing the beam to any point. So it could track anyone and send a focused beam onto him. I would guess that the technology is possible to be used for sinister purposes if hacked.

If you install an after-market operating system onto a simple Wifi capable router then you can enable radio power levels that are not allowed by the original firmware. In Hungary there are some wifi channels not authorized and the power level is more restricted than in Japan for example. So when I buy a device that arrives with a firmware that restricts the channels and the power level. But when I install an open-source firmware and I select that I am in Japan then I can use an extended range and power of the radio.

What this means is that if radio power is only limited by software but the hardware is more capable then the power level can be raised by a hacker if he gets access to the device somehow.

There is a good demonstration how phased array antenna works on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phased_array
 

Joe316

Robin
Personally, as I know they're being lied to, crucial info is being silenced, and they're being duped into believing they've given informed consent, I'll share what I know.

There are always two parties in a lie: Someone who lies and someone who wants to be lied to, because the truth is too uncomfortable.

How do you think atheism gained such a large following in the West?

Red pilling means to get rid of illusions. One of the most predominant illusions that you are an influence on people who hooked themselves up to the matrix. There is pride connected with that illusion, because we like to think of us that we're important (and influential). Once you realize, that your opinion is irrelevant to these people, you move on and start making connections that matter. People who actually like to depend on your talents and wits.
 
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scubadude

Woodpecker
And if we were to get a bit in the science-fiction realm, I wonder if something about this vaccine can be activated later without direct involvement (e.g. 5G). I know that is a bit out there, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was the case.
Science fiction generally becomes science fact over the decades. However, I’m going to have to go with a “no” on this one. With multi-dose vials it would likely be impossible to correctly dose whatever nanoparticles were needed for this to all people. Down the road when single dose syringes come out it would be more believable. Unless the plan is to keep getting injections every 6-12 months until there is easily sufficient dose of whatever it is, is injected then activate it. If that’s the case, why go through all this and not just put it in seasonal influenza vaccination that a majority of the population gets annually?

If it’s to control behavior, then this experiment , BLM etc shows they already can manipulate emotions and thus behavior through propaganda.
 

The Penitent Man

Kingfisher
One more thought on this topic: I came to the conclusion that it is very unlikely that the vaccine will kill a majority of the people. Why? Because that would mean that the remaining people are the anti-vaxxers who are strongly correlated with people who believe in "conspiracy theories". It would be impossible to rule those people with the current methods.

The reason why the current democracy-like tyranny works is because the NPC majority helps the "chosen ones" to maintain this order. Without the NPC majority the "ruling elite" would have no chance any longer.

They will not make such a big mistake. They had enough time to plan this. The vaccine will not kill most people but it will somehow disable them to see God and the truth. That is my conclusion. I am not sure about it though. We will see the future if we live long enough.
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member


"...wave of euphoria and emotion that comes with that first shot..."

Dude... *groans*

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