Ultra-Vaxxed Israel Now Has Highest CV Case Rate In The World; Sweden Bans Travelers From IsraelChris Menahan
Sep. 03, 2021
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Ultra-vaxxed Israel is now the "Covid capital of the world."
The Pfizer mRNA jab efficacy at preventing infection appears to be approaching zero now in Israel. The CDC claimed last week that vax efficacy at prevention infection had plummeted from 91% to 66% in America (it's undoubtedly much, much worse).
From The Daily Mail, "Israel is now the world's Covid hotspot: Cases soar despite country's trail-blazing vaccine roll-out - sparking fears other highly-vaccinated countries will be hit by another wave due to jabs' waning immunity":
Israel has become the Covid capital of the world despite leading the charge on vaccines, in a clear warning sign that Britain, the US and other highly-immunised nations are still vulnerable to another wave.Solution?
What could possibly go wrong???
From July 2015, National Geographic, "Leaky Vaccines Enhance Spread of Deadlier Chicken Viruses":
Over the past fifty years, Marek's disease—an illness of fowl—has become fouler. Marek's is caused by a highly contagious virus, related to those that cause herpes in humans. It spreads through the dust of contaminated chicken coops, and caused both paralysis and cancer. In the 1970s, new vaccines brought the disease the under control. But Marek's didn't go gently into that good night. Within ten years, it started evolving into more virulent strains, which now trigger more severe cancers and afflict chickens at earlier ages.From Business Insider last week, "Pfizer's CEO tell us why he thinks we'll need COVID-19 vaccines every year, like flu shots":
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla predicted in a Wednesday interview that people will most likely need annual COVID-19 booster shots, a sign that we'll be contending with the novel coronavirus for years to come.Is creating Marek's disease in humans as a business model the goal?
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