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Are vaccinated GMO's dangerous to real people?
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 80857399:MV81MTY3NjA1Xzk0OTM4NjU1X0IyRDQ1OTlG] dünno how many times I have to post this: In one experiment, unvaccinated birds infected with the most virulent strains were housed together with healthy birds. Again, the infected chickens were dead in no time, leaving them no chance to spread the disease to their healthy cagemates. But when vaccinated birds were infected with the highly virulent strain, they lived longer and all the healthy birds housed with them became infected and died. Thus, "vaccination enabled the onward transmission of viruses otherwise too lethal to transmit, putting unvaccinated individuals at great risk of severe disease and death,” the authors write online today in PLOS Biology. [/quote]
We all know from scientific studies that we have been lied to big time. Vaccination can
rewrite one's DNA
. Thus, one is no longer a human being but a
, which legally may even become the property of the manufacturer of the mRNA therapy.
What happens if it comes to 'shedding' and one can infect oneself with the vaccination?
Do you have to protect yourself from the corona*zis in order not to be infected with deadly spike proteins soon and die as a
'soulless, hacked animal'
(Yuval Harari, advisor of Klaus Schwab and Gates of hell)?
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