Monday, October 25, 2021

Forever Boosters?

 Half year ago it was dismissed as a "conspiracy theory", yet here we are:

 The booster jabs are intended to deal with waning immunity among groups which first received the vaccines at the start of the year – but the number administered each day has been a fraction of the rate during the initial programme.

It's not only for the older folks, either:

The jabs will not be rolled out to the under-50s until a greater proportion of the older age group have been jabbed, which at the current rate is expected to be in early 2022. 

It's your patriotic duty, citizens!

The most senior doctor in the NHS has called on Britons to take up the offer of booster jabs to 'help save Christmas'. 

NHS England's national medical director Professor Stephen Powis said getting a booster will 'protect the freedom and Christmas that we have all earned'.

 Since the virus is now endemic, it starts looking as a life-long subscription to boosters at this point.

I especially liked this one:

A recent modelling study calculated that jabbing all 12- to 15-year-olds could prevent tens of thousands of hospital admissions, mainly of older people, saving thousands of lives. If most of this age group remains unvaccinated, however, these benefits will not materialise.

Remember when kids had to be vaccinated against polio to save Grandma? Me neither. Why is nothing said about the vaccine benefits for this specific age group? What about side effects? As a society, we have officially arrived at the point when we are experimenting with the health of our young to extend life of the elderly, most of them severely ill. 

Makes me think of the Bible story about sacrificing your children to Molech, It was to be expected actually, after we allowed sacrificing of the unborn to convenience. 

Western "science" in the current year starts looking downright satanic:

Lawmakers slam Anthony Fauci

Day of reckoning can't be that far away any more. Just don't expect to be raptured out of it, we will all bear the consequences, I'm afraid...

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