I’m personally not anti vax, I’m pro ethical science. I have no problem with any vax provided:
- The vaxx has been properly, thoroughly, ethically studied with full scientific rigor and no tricks, dodges or jiggery-pokery and PROVEN to do what its manufacturers claim it can do.
- The particular vax has been by the above standards of scientific rigor and exactitude proven safe for human consumption in the short, medium and long term.
If a vax fully meets those criteria, I’d be willing to have it injected into me if I was under a health threat sufficiently grave to warrant it.
BUT, there is another issue I have been curious about:
Is there such a thing as over-vaccination?
Does vaccinating someone with many vaccines adversely affect their health? As the gov and media and their bosses in the Vax industry seem hell-bent on injecting into the human organism as many of their concoctions as they can get away with before they kill us or we tell them to knock it off, whichever comes sooner, this seems to me to be quite an important question to get answered.
Is there a limit to the number of vaccines a person can be injected with? (one? ten? a hundred?)
I considered it very odd that this obvious question had never been asked or put to the test.
Well, now it has.
I was not alone, it seems, and many people have been demanding what one would have thought would an obvious and rational line of investigation on the part of any authorities with a genuine concern for the health of the public: a vaccinated vs un-vaccinated study.
In the UK, so far as I am aware, no such study has been done.
Meanwhile, the vax vested interests are keen to make vaccines mandatory so as to remove from society the un-vaxed control group whose overall health can be compared to that of vaxed people.
The reasons for it will become evident if you read on.
For, now such a study has been done.
It had to be privately funded by concerned citizens and was carried out by the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK), which is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to performing scientific research in the public interest.
A few weeks ago, November 22, 2020, the study was published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
It got very little mention from the MSM or the government or other Big Pharma front groups. No surprise there because:
IN-BRIEF, ITS KEY FINDING IS:
“Overall, the more vaccines a child received, the higher the incidence of health issues, ranging from asthma to weight disorders.”
This is a very, very important study and one the Vax industry can be guaranteed to try to suppress.
So please take a good look at it and do everything you can to spread the news wherever you can.
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