by Jon Rappoport
June 10, 2022
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I’m going to start with a bizarre analogy, which illustrates the folly called vaccination.
A boy of 16 who lives on a farm has been driving vehicles all over the land since he was 11. He’s driven cars, trucks, and tractors. He’s driven them on roads, across fields, and on many occasions with his father beside him, he’s driven cars and trucks on city streets and highways. The boy knows how to drive. He’s a pro.
But when he turns 16, his father is on vacation, and his uncle comes to stay with the family. The uncle is quite insane. He tells the boy, “I’m going to put you through a training course in driving. It’s a rehearsal for the real thing.”
Against the protests of the boy, the uncle sits him in a closed car, which is specially equipped to pump amphetamines into the air. The uncle says, “The drug will make you more alert when you drive. So you’ll have enhanced skills. You’ll become a better driver with this rehearsal…so when you actually get your license, you’ll be ready for the real thing…”
“But I can already drive better than you can,” the boy says.
“Shut up,” his uncle tells him.
I call vaccination a rehearsal, because that’s what it’s supposed to be.
The immune system is tuned up for the possible later appearance of “the real thing.”
For the moment, put aside the fact that SARS-CoV-2 doesn’t exist and therefore a vaccine is entirely irrelevant.
For the many who believe in the virus, here’s a question. Why does the use of a vaccine, as rehearsal for the real thing, make any sense at all?
If the immune system springs into action against the virus (or a virus protein) in the vaccine, why wouldn’t it also spring into action when the virus shows up naturally? What’s the point of the prior rehearsal? Isn’t the body already ready for the real thing?
It turns out there is a medical answer. Vaccines contain various substances called adjuvants. Their function is to enhance the immune response during the rehearsal, better preparing it for the moment when the real thing comes along.
COVID RNA vaccines contain an adjuvant called PEG. Polyethylene glycol.
However, as many scientists know, PEG can cause a dangerous anaphylactic reaction. Not good.
Why does PEG cause that reaction?
Because antibodies over-respond to PEG.
Think it through. The body’s immune system isn’t being enhanced during the rehearsal called vaccination. The adjuvant (PEG) isn’t causing the immune system antibodies to ramp up against the spike protein in the virus. The adjuvant is causing the immune system to attack it, the adjuvant.
Therefore, what good is the vaccine?
And we’re not just talking about the adjuvant called PEG. By implication, this anaphylactic response suggests that ALL adjuvants in all vaccines aren’t really enhancing immune response against viruses. Instead, they’re provoking antibody reactions to themselves, the adjuvants.
In which case, I return to my original question: why bother with the rehearsal called vaccination, since it proves nothing except the body is already prepared for the real thing. And so the vaccination wasn’t needed.
Here are excerpts from an article in Science (12/21/20), “Suspicions grow that nanoparticles in Pfizer’s COVID vaccine [and Moderna’s] trigger rare allergic reactions.” You can plow through and dig out the nuggets that, taken together, illustrate what I’ve just presented.
The caps in the following quotes are mine.
“Severe allergy-like reactions in at least eight people who received the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNTech [Pfizer] over the past 2 weeks may be due to a compound in the packaging of the messenger RNA (mRNA) that forms the vaccine’s main ingredient, scientists say. A similar mRNA vaccine developed by Moderna, which was authorized for emergency use in the United States on Friday, also contains the compound, polyethylene glycol (PEG).”
Continued on Source: https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2022/06/10/another-covid-vaccine-smoking-gun/