“It’s just a spike protein,” they said.
We knew that after the first vaccine, this fake crisis would not end, and they would use a new virus or mutations of the virus to justify continuing it indefinitely. We also knew that they were not going to stop giving the vaccines, and would create a narrative to justify more and more vaccines.
Now, more and more aggressively, the media (and the “experts” and “studies” who provide fodder for the media) are openly saying that the vaccines they currently have against the coronavirus don’t work, and they will need new vaccines for new strains.
The planet could have a year or less before first-generation Covid-19 vaccines are ineffective and modified formulations are needed, according to a survey of epidemiologists, virologists and infectious disease specialists.
Scientists have long stressed that a global vaccination effort is needed to satisfactorily neutralise the threat of Covid-19. This is due to the threat of variations of the virus – some more transmissible, deadly and less susceptible to vaccines – that are emerging and percolating.
The grim forecast of a year or less comes from two-thirds of respondents, according to the People’s Vaccine Alliance, a coalition of organisations including Amnesty International, Oxfam, and UNAIDS, who carried out the survey of 77 scientists from 28 countries. Nearly one-third of the respondents indicated that the time-frame was likely nine months or less.
Persistent low vaccine coverage in many countries would make it more likely for vaccine-resistant mutations to appear, said 88% of the respondents, who work across illustrious institutions such as Johns Hopkins, Yale, Imperial College, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the University of Edinburgh.
“New mutations arise every day. Sometimes they find a niche that makes them more fit than their predecessors. These lucky variants could transmit more efficiently and potentially evade immune responses to previous strains,” said Gregg Gonsalves, associate professor of epidemiology at Yale University, in a statement.
“Unless we vaccinate the world, we leave the playing field open to more and more mutations, which could churn out variants that could evade our current vaccines and require booster shots to deal with them.”
The current crop of vaccines that have received emergency authorisations in different parts of the world is a mix of old and fresh technologies.
We’re a year in now, and the authorities still have not proved that there is a pandemic. By all honest analysis, there are no new deaths. That leads one to believe that “the coronavirus” is simply the flu we’ve always known.
At best, it is a new strand of the flu that they identified, and then start attributing all flu cases to. I don’t think it is biowarfare, because there is no way to control biowarfare. It makes much more sense that they just took one of the thousands of flu viruses that appears naturally every year, and said “this is a special one.”
There is no evidence it is special. There are no new deaths. A John Hopkins publication analyzed the death toll, and found that not only the flu, but heart attacks and cancers were being attributed to “coronavirus.”
If they are really identifying “new strains,” which I am skeptical about, they are simply pointing at the regular mutations of flu viruses. I remember seeing a sad video of a coronavirus ward in Britain, where people were dying and families were crying, and it was emotional. But I said: they could have filmed this same exact scene during any flu season.
In 2018, 80,000 Americans died of the flu, according to the CDC.
They were building tents in parking lots to deal with flu patients (these have never been used for coronavirus anywhere, as far as I’m aware – they did build some a year ago, but they were never needed, just like that rescue ship that Donald Trump sent to New York was never needed).
(Notice that the virus in that image from 2018 looks like the coronavirus.)
Surely, there were some very sad scenes at hospitals.
I have not seen, to this day, one single piece of evidence that leads me to believe that coronavirus is anything other than the normal flu. That means they can just keep coming out with claims of “new strains,” because every year there are new strains of flu viruses.