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Can you blame ’em?

Can’t say as I do.

U.S. health care workers are first in line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine — but an alarming number across the country are refusing to do so.

Earlier this week, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine disclosed that about 60 percent of the nursing home workers in his state have so far chosen not to get vaccinated.

More than half of New York City’s EMS workers have shown skepticism, The Post reported last month.

And now California and Texas are experiencing a high rate of health care worker refusals, according to reports.

An estimated 50 percent of frontline workers in Riverside County in the Golden State opted against the drug, the Los Angeles Times reported, citing public health officials.

More than half of the hospital workers at California’s St. Elizabeth Community Hospital that were eligible to receive the vaccine did not, the newspaper.

And in the Lone Star State, a doctor at Houston Memorial Medical Center told NPR earlier this month that half the nurses in the facility would not get the vaccine, citing political reasons.

Well, let’s see now. Government “health” officials have lied about the Shamdemic from the beginning, and are still lying about it. The “vaccine” itself is an entirely new mRNA type, a significant departure from vaccines as traditionally conceived and understood. Its potential harmful effects—hell, even how it works, when it does at all—are closer to guesswork and assumption than hard science. Its long-term effects are unknown, and unknowable. Unlike other vaccines, the CDC admits that “At the moment I don’t believe we have the evidence of any of the vaccines to be confident that it’s going to prevent people from actually getting the infection and therefore being able to pass it on“—which is kinda what actual vaccines are, y’know, FOR.

Apart from the rush to market of this “vaccine”; inadequate testing; the government’s established record of deceit and manipulation; and the number of people keeling over dead after being “vaccinated,” there’s also the simple fact that people under 80 who don’t suffer from a serious disease or chronic condition have a near-100% chance of surviving THE VIRUS THE VIRUS THE VIRUS!™ without any “vaccine” anyway. Far as I’m concerned, anybody intent on forcing this one on me better bring plenty of help, as well as some stout cargo straps to hold me down. Because I ain’t gonna be taking it willingly.

12 thoughts on “Can you blame ’em?

  1. I think the fear is overblown and much of it is simply anti-Trump.

    mRNA has been undergoing trials for over a decade with no adverse effects I can find.

    But would I take it?
    Sure, right after I start taking the flu vaccine. Since I’m not worried about the flu and I’m not worried about the chinaVirus I see no need.
    I would encourage my 92 year old father to take it however, just like the flu and pneumonia shots…

  2. There are two types of vaccine – one based on primate adenovirus – and as for that one: A really big thing here, rarely mentioned, is pathogenic priming, which means that if you get the shot, and pathogenic priming occurs, as with the SARS-CoV-1 vaccine (found in animal tests, resulting in the vaccine never being distributed or used by the public or in human trials), if you get infected by a wild variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, it could kill you outright by a massive autoimmune reaction. No animal testing was done with either type of SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. See
    “In SARS, a type of “priming” of the immune system was observed during animal studies of SARS spike protein-based vaccines leading to increased morbidity and mortality in vaccinated animals who were subsequently exposed to wild SARS virus. The problem, highlighted in two studies, became obvious following post-vaccination challenge with the SARS virus [2]. found that recombinant SARS spike-protein-based vaccines not only failed to provide protection from SARS-CoV infection, but also that the mice experienced increased immunopathology with eosinophilic infiltrates in their lungs. Similarly [3], found that ferrets previously vaccinated against SARS-CoV also developed a strong inflammatory response in liver tissue (hepatitis). Both studies suspected a “cellular immune response”.
    These types of unfortunate outcomes are sometimes referred to as “immune enhancement”; however, this nearly euphemistic phrase fails to convey the increased risk of illness and death due to prior exposure to the SARS spike protein. For this reason, I refer to the concept as “pathogen priming”; the peptides with pathogenic potential therefore are referred to as “putative pathogenic priming peptides”.

    Here’s another interesting paper talking about cross-immunity between coronavirus types. It turns out that the common cold is caused by a coronavirus, so if you get a fever with a cold, and instead of stopping the fever with an antipyretic like Tylenol, you pile on the blankets and sweat it out, you kick your immune system into high gear, the fever breaks, you get a bunch of antibodies, and then later you get T-cell immunity. Apparently T-cell immunity against the coronavirus causing the common cold is also active against SARS-CoV-2, so people wind up with asymptomatic cases or mild cases, so that’s what cross-immunity is all about. See

    So if you take the adenovirus-based vaccine, and pathogenic priming occurs, you might end up with your death of a cold – literally. The concern about the vaccine has good basis in fact.

    1. It is my theory that the resistance some Asian populations have to the chinaVirus is due to the fact they have cross immunity from other corona type virus’s such as the common cold. Korea is a fairly decent example. Most of the South Koreans live in close proximity to one another in high rise buildings, yet they suffered a fairly low rate of infection. It isn’t because they wear masks that have no effect and it damn sure isn’t social distancing.

  3. OK, not done yet. The mRNA drugs – they’re not really vaccines in any real sense of the word – have their own dangers: “Toxicity of mRNA LNPs can be multifaceted, including immune related toxicity events as well as cellular toxicities caused by the accumulation of lipids in the liver. Similar to other nanomedicines, LNPs have been reported to activate the complement system, which harbors the risk of eliciting a hypersensitivity reaction known as complement activation related pseudoallergy (CARPA) [86, 87]. In addition, for stability reasons, LNPs contain polyethyleneglycol modified lipids that can activate splenic B cells to produce anti-PEG antibodies. Such anti-PEG antibodies not only have been associated with antibody mediated anaphylactic responses upon secondary exposure, but also underlie the so-called accelerated blood clearance effect (ABC), by which opsonized LNPs are rapidly cleared by macrophages, and which results in gradually decreasing mRNA expression levels upon each sequent administration. … For passive immunization a very high safety profile is required. Over the past decades, different optimisations are described for IVT mRNA in order to avoid unwanted immune activation and cytokine induction induced by cellular RNA sensors. Despite the above described adaptations to the IVT mRNA, the emergence of ADA (anti-drug antibody) responses and transient cytokines is still detectable and therefore hampering the clinical applicability of mRNA-drugs, especially when the mRNA has to be administered multiple times. Notably is also the induction of CARPA when nanoparticles are given repeatedly.”
    “The intense, nontachyphylactic, highly reproducible, complement-mediated pulmonary hypertensive effect of minute amounts of intravenous liposomes in pigs represents a unique, unexplored phenomenon in circulation physiology. The model provides highly sensitive detection and study of cardiopulmonary side effects of liposomal drugs and many other pharmaceutical products due to “complement activation-related pseudoallergy” (CARPA).” which might explain deaths in elderly patients post-vaccination

    Note that the mRNA drugs have to be given twice, 28 days apart…
    Frankly, when we have effective prophylaxis, and cheap, effective, and relatively safe and proven (although off-patent) drug treatments such as ivermectin, and the disease has such a low death rate, it strikes me as rather odd that we should concentrate on proprietary experimental drugs – these really aren’t vaccines in the normal sense of the word – as the main focus. And sequelae can be treated with N-acetyl cysteine and vitamin B12 – see

    1. “have their own dangers”

      All drugs have dangers. And usually, one doesn’t know if it will be you that has an issue with a particular drug until you take it.

      There are risks to all drugs. The question is if the benefits are greater than the risks. mRNA requires a follow up treatment because it rapidly disappears.

      For most people under age 70 or so, I would suggest the bug isn’t bad enough that you should worry about being a guinea pig for the vaccine unless you have other medical issues that make the outcome less certain. If your older and have medical issues I would recommend it. You’re the ones that get hammered by this virus just like the flu and pneumonia.

      1. I laugh when I hear the disclaimers in ads on TV.

        Do not take Xacacaxa if you’re allergic to Xacacaxa.

        How would you know if you were allergic until you took it?

        1. It would be the components that make up a drug. Like sulfa, which many have an allergic reaction to. So you have to look at the ingredients.

          I’m not sure if I’ve heard one that says “don’t take X if you’re allergic to X” in that precise way. I may have missed it though as I watch very little TV.

            1. I have heard (mostly radio ads) quite a few with wording just as kennycan described. Typically read in that high speed radio announcer voice that is intended to cram as many words as possible into the shortest time possible.

              I especially like the ones which repeatedly mention “death” in the list of side effects. I know they are required to do so, and the actual chances are (probably) tiny, but it always makes me wonder just how desperate you have to be to take some of these things.

              1. I am surprised they don’t say “if you die from Xacacaxa inform your physician and discontinue Xacacaxa”.

                I want to get a palindrome drug.


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