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  • Posted by $ Ben_C 1 year, 6 months ago
    The caveat is the opinion of experts. Clearly we have proven that one can find an expert in any field that either agrees or disagrees with any premise. I will not get vaccinated even if at gun point. There simply are too many unanswered questions.
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  • Posted by $ Commander 1 year, 6 months ago
    You could have place this under Humor.
    Lawyers that don't know the law. Under legislative healthcare acts, patient bill of rights, patient has the right to refuse any medical intervention. I'll be putting this to the test in one hour of this posting. I have all my materials ready to gather information in case i need to file an injunction against a medical facility. If you want reference, look up Peggy Hall, The Healthy American.
    The flip side, if I were a lawyer, I would encourage this as a prosecutorial methodolgy, so's i could sue a lot of folks for breaking the law.
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    • Posted by 1 year, 6 months ago
      It’s about as far from humor as I can imagine, but yeah. We also have the right of assembly, free speech, etc.

      It blows my mind a bit that a team of lawyers is pushing for jack-booted thugs to inject me with something against my will. I wonder what the lawyers get out of it, since we'll have no right to sue anybody when these "vaccines" cause problems.

      I'm not an anti-vaxxer (I just took a tetanus shot when we bought our farm), but damn!

      Big pharma and big agri have done amazing work to bring in a new era. There is no money in immune systems, but boy, there are billions to be made in curing fear.

      A couple of thoughts on mRNA (Messenger RNA) Vaccines.

      Conventional vaccines train your body to recognize and respond to the proteins of a particular virus by injecting a small amount of the actual viral protein into your body, thereby triggering an immune response and the development of antibodies.

      This is not what happens with an mRNA vaccine. The theory behind these vaccines is that when you inject the mRNA into your cells, it will stimulate your cells to manufacture their own viral protein. The mRNA COVID-19 vaccine will be the first of its kind. No mRNA vaccine has ever been licensed before. And, to add insult to injury, they’re forgoing all animal safety testing.

      The idea is that the microneedles will puncture the skin, delivering the modified synthetic RNA into the nucleus of your cells. RNA is essentially coding material that your body uses. In this case, as mentioned, the instructions are to produce the SARS-CoV-2 viral protein.

      Patentable DNA, Luciferase and Nanotechnology

      Naturally, we won’t find out the truth about whether the vaccine causes a temporary or permanent change for many years after the experimental vaccine is introduced, and that’s an important piece of information.

      Why? Because synthetic genes can be patented. So, if inserting a synthetic RNA ends up creating permanent changes in the genome, humans will contain patentable genes. What will that mean for us, seeing how patents have owners, and owners have patent rights?

      And, double-yay:

      The US Supreme Court upheld biotech giant Monsanto’s claims on genetically-engineered seed patents and the company’s ability to sue farmers whose fields are inadvertently contaminated with Monsanto materials.

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  • Posted by freedomforall 1 year, 6 months ago
    By all means, infect NY with the vaccines including all the propaganda outlets, banking cartel thieves, and Wall Street manipulators. Enjoy the birth defects.
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  • Posted by 1 year, 6 months ago
    "The New York State Bar Association on Saturday passed a resolution urging the state to consider making it mandatory for all New Yorkers to undergo COVID-19 vaccination when a vaccine becomes available, even if people object to it for “religious, philosophical or personal reasons"
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