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undine53 22 points ago +23 / -1

I keep reminding people that years ago my doctor's surgery had a big sign saying: DON'T ASK FOR FLU OR COLD VACCINES - THERE AREN'T ANY.

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Raritan 8 points ago +9 / -1

based doctor

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TakeItBack 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well, there weren't any some years ago. They had a semblance of intelligence back then and understood that. In recent years, it's become way too lucrative and satisfyingly genocidal for them NOT to push these poisons.

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Fringe--dweller [S] 18 points ago +19 / -1

Professor Edward J. Steele, who is an Australian molecular and cellular immunologist, geneticist, and microbiologist, says the COVID-19 “vaccines “can’t work” because the disease they are meant to prevent is a “common cold virus.” Steele said: “I’ve got to stress: this is a common cold virus, 99.9% of people get rid of it.”

In a similar style to Dr. Mike Yeadon, not is Steele talking about scientific fact and logical deduction but calling out his dishonest colleagues and ignorant, corrupt politicians. Steele says that the vaccines can’t work because a jab in the arm can’t stimulate a mucosal antibody response in the nose, mouth, and intestinal tract where they are needed to neutralize the virus before it can enter cells and replicate. This is the path to natural immunity for those who have something like a common cold, which all COVID-19 is, all it has ever been, and why a “vaccine” isn’t possible to prevent a cold.

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Trump4NH 10 points ago +10 / -0

But now all these vaxxed people have acquired original antigenic sin and will have worse and worse reactions each time they get the cold.

Just imagine all these people are going to get their immune systems completely worn out and ultimately die - from a cold.

I think this will be the “dark winter” that Biden said all the unvaxxed will witness.

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Fringe--dweller [S] 9 points ago +9 / -0

They are starving the world of fuel, in time for a manufactured "Cold Winter".

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MAG768720 6 points ago +8 / -2

the COVID-19 “vaccines “can’t work”

True.

because the disease they are meant to prevent is a “common cold virus.”

No, the reason they can't work is because there is no virus for them to "work on."

99.9% of people get rid of it.

There is nothing to "get rid of." People simply get sick due to personal lifestyle choices, toxins and poisons in their environment, and they tend to detox more during a time of year when natural vitamin D levels are low.

his dishonest colleagues and ignorant, corrupt politicians.

True.

Steele says that the vaccines can’t work because a jab in the arm can’t stimulate a mucosal antibody response

No, the concept of an antibody response having ANY health benefit has NEVER BEEN PROVEN IN ANY SCIENTIFIC STUDY.

NEVER.

Antibodies most likely are created when ANY foreign protein enters the body, possibly as one way to help the body get rid of it, but that does not mean it necessarily does anything regarding a future encounter of a similar foreign protein.

Maybe so, maybe not. The point is: This "antibody makes you immune" narrative is MADE UP. There is NO scientific basis for it.

needed to neutralize the virus before it can enter cells and replicate.

Again, this is ALL THEORETICAL. There has NEVER been any scientific study that PROVES this happens in people. NEVER.

This is the path to natural immunity

There is no such thing as "natural immunity." It is simply a matter of toxins/poisons or not. MOST people today live in a toxic environment and eat a diet that causes toxins to build inside the body. At some point, they build up enough that the body needs to detox, which are the symptoms of illness.

Those of you at the GAW who do not yet understand HOW virologists claim to know anything about "viruses," are NOT AWAKE.

Spend a few hours educating yourselves, and stop falling for ALL the lies, even the ones who seem to be anti-narrative, but in reality are just fueling the lies.

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marvinthehaggler 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's generally called "Cold and Flu Season" by the Nooz, Big Pharma, etc.

I prefer "Low Vitamin D Season."

:)

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Logic20xx 1 point ago +3 / -2

Good job. We will convince them eventually,

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Morpheus11 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nice work MAG768720!!!

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Fringe--dweller [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

we just Peons boss, so sorry, but thankyou for the effort and a free updoot.

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Mar-0 4 points ago +4 / -0

Wrong answer. DO NOT LET ANYONE TELL YOU THAT YOU CANNOT UNDERSTAND SOMETHING and don't you dare lie to me by repeating it.

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MAG768720 2 points ago +2 / -0

+1

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MAG768720 4 points ago +4 / -0

No, We the People ARE the boss.

We all need to start ACTING like it.

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marvinthehaggler 6 points ago +6 / -0

Corona Viruses, if they exist (there are folks who say there is no such thing as a "virus" because all of these viruses fail Koch's Postulates, etc.) mutates rapidly.

Just look at how many "variants" we've supposedly had in two years of SARS-CoV2.

Meanwhile a vaccine takes, generally, years to make. Even if our accelerated "vaccines" (which are not vaccines [I call them vackstheeens]) were getting out the door in 8-12 months, corona virus mutates every 3-4.

Therefore, no vaccine or fake vackstheeen could ever "catch up" to Corona Virus.

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TakeItBack 4 points ago +4 / -0

A "virus" is the perfect fear porn mechanism....can't see it, can't replicate it, were debunked long ago by decent people.

Isn't it interesting how the sheeple totally miss that inconvenient fact: it always did take years for their "vaccines" to be produced and yet, they're now all out the door in a ridiculously short period of time? AND, no more stamp of approval due to their fake trials and testing.....AND now "experimental" which they always were anyway but they don't even hide that any more.

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MAG768720 5 points ago +5 / -0

Their fake virus was far more effective than their fake terrorists.

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TakeItBack 2 points ago +2 / -0

Disgustingly so.....

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marvinthehaggler 1 point ago +2 / -1

In the words of Fox Mulder... "I want to believe." I think a lot of people want to believe that their new religion, called "modern medicine", has the answers.

Trump kept referencing the "Invisible Enemy". And indeed a "virus" qualifies for that moniker. I tend to think that his "Invisible Enemy" was a bit of a double entendre, and referenced both the SARS-CoV2 Baba Yaga, and the evil people in the shadows who were implementing this shitstorm.

The recent alteration in regulations, definitions, etc. show that the people creating these "cures" were never true healers. They are shysters. Charlatans. Bounders. And worse.

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TakeItBack 1 point ago +2 / -1

YES....THIS ^^

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MAG768720 3 points ago +3 / -0

Corona Viruses, if they exist (there are folks who say there is no such thing as a "virus" because all of these viruses fail Koch's Postulates, etc.) mutates rapidly.

Well, either:

  • (a) Cornavirus exists and mutates rapidly, or
  • (b) Viruses don't exist at all, which means that ALL claims of viruses, including a rapid mutation, fake vaccines, fake claims of face masks, fake claims of social distancing, etc. are ALL false and should be ignored as false claims.

Don't you think this is kind of a BIG DEAL -- to know whether or not such a thing exists in the first place?

Yes.

So ... why are you hedging your statement here? Why haven't YOU done the research to reach a conclusion on this very important issue?

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marvinthehaggler 1 point ago +1 / -0

Do you think any of this research is clean/accurate? I do not. I consider all of these people to be charlatans. In order for me to determine this definitively I would need to conduct the research myself, and I do not have the time or equipment to do that, these days.

I now believe much more than I ever did that viruses do not exist. However, hitting folks with that, given the level of indoctrination, generally pushes you into the "crackpot" category and they shut off.

My first objective is to get people to not take the vackstheen. Primum non nocere.

Then after that "red pill", we can open up the discussion to the rest, where I think you will find that I agree with you (reference my comment about Koch's Postulates... that's the key for me).

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MAG768720 3 points ago +4 / -1

We have a fundamental disagreement. And that is OK.

You want to slowly get into the swimming pool, over a period of time, because you think it will be less shocking.

I, on the other hand, want to dive right in. I think the actual shock will be less than expected.

When you tell people there is no virus to be afraid of, some will roll their eyes, some will be shocked but have no other response, and some will ask WHY you think that.

The first two groups are not ready to know the truth, and that includes anything that is different from what their "experts" (whom they worship) say. Those people are not interested (at least, not yet) about what the truth really is.

The third group that asks why, can be willing to have it explained. Some of those poeple won't get it, and will move on, BUT the fire is lit. And then there are others who want MORE info, and they will awaken.

The more people who awaken, the quicker we get to correcting the shit show.

This is what I have observed when talking to a lot of different people about it.

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marvinthehaggler 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think your approach is certainly valid.

But in the meantime dumbasses are going to get the shot.

There is also the argument for (un)Natural Selection, though. Heh.

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Morpheus11 3 points ago +3 / -0

We say "viruses don't exist" because nobody has ever provided a shred of proof that they do exist. It's all really quite simple. The entire fields of virology, bacteriology and immunology are massive frauds. And not a single "expert" from any of these fields has even made an attempt to refute the findings of Dr. Lanka (former virologist) for over 2 years now. Thus, it's game, set and match. The only choice the supporters of germ theory have is to continue to ignore the truth.

The reason this is so hard to accept is because at one point or another, most everybody believes they "caught a virus" from a family member, co-worker, stranger, etc. But that's not what happens. And when you tell them what actually happens, a massive wave of anger and cognitive dissonance usually results.

We have been brainwashed into a state of fear and victim consciousness since birth. Accepting this simple and obvious fact is a big step toward freedom and liberation.

P.S. The Koch's Postulates argument is valid, but we're long past using this as a primary argument, as nobody knows what they are and don't usually have the attention span to have them explained. And for the record, they also fail for all attempts to prove that bacteria are contagious as well. Thus, contagion is a myth and germ theory is a hoax. The sooner the masses figure this out, the sooner we free ourselves from tyranny.

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marvinthehaggler 2 points ago +2 / -0

Also P.S. I would never use the Koch's Postulates argument with a "normie". Normies would think that sounds nerdy and put me on mute.

Instead I say "This is an illness that 99.9% of people survive quite easily. If you take vitamins (C, D, Zinc, etc.) you most likely won't get it, and if you get it, you'll be over it in a few days. No need for the vackstheen." Still and all, with the data staring them in the face, I see soooo many people line up to get the poison put in their arms.

Indeed this is two poisons in one. A mind virus which leads to an assisted suicide.

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Morpheus11 3 points ago +3 / -0

So what are you going to tell them when the next "viral scamdemic" is rammed down our throats in the coming months? Maybe killer-hornet-virus is next?

I'm not criticizing you in any way. I appreciate that you're awake and aware of the scam. But a defensive approach puts us in a weak position for all their future scamdemics, that's all. Quack-cines aside, if they can convince more than 50% of the population that there's a deadly unicorn floating around out there, then they can do all the lockdown, masking, distancing etc. nonsense all over again. Thus, I like to nip this bud at the highest upstream spot possible.

Just sayin...keep up the pink-pilling!

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marvinthehaggler 2 points ago +2 / -0

"- Turn off your tell-a-vision.

  • These 'leaders' and 'experts' are not your friends. They work for folks that want you dead.
  • You are the product of hundreds of thousands (millions?) of years of evolution, and today's humans are really, really hard to kill. Your immune system is the best defense against any of this.
  • Don't do stupid shit like fucking anuses, intravenous drugs, etc. In fact, don't do any drugs, if you can avoid them. OK maybe psilocybin once a year, if you have depression, etc.
  • Get fit, eat healthy, breath fresh air, walk every day, lift heavy things, eat meat, avoid carbs, drink some Apple Cider Vinegar and Lemon Juice, and perhaps some Coffee, Tea, Mate, Kombucha, etc.
  • Follow the 'Zelensky Protocol' or something similar if you feel you are getting the Baba Yaga ("COVID19").
  • Live your life and don't be a pissy little fag."
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Morpheus11 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hahaha, "Baba Yoga".... :)

I'm with you on most all of this except for one thing. You think people get all worked up when you tell them viruses don't exist? Well there's an even spicier zinger -> There's no such thing as an immune system! The Rockefella medical cartel just made it up in 1972, out of thin air, just like their fake fiat currency.

Oh, the CogDis that comes spewing out on this one is at a whole other level. And yet, it's true. If germ theory is a fraud, which it certainly is, then what would we need to be "immune to" in the first place?

I drop this one when I see I'm getting nowhere with the "no virus" stance. I figure I might as well pile it on. This is when I drop the "there hasn't been a single scientific experiment ever performed that demonstrates human-to-human transmission of any "germ" (bacteria included). We looked and looked for over a year and found 14 very well-hidden and suppressed scientific attempts. All failed miserably to transfer "disease X" even once. Game, set and match.

The majority still prefer their comfortable lies over the uncomfortable truths! C'est la vie!

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marvinthehaggler 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's a fun one. I can see from whence you are coming.

Heh. It's "Baba Yaga". The Slavic Boogeyman.

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marvinthehaggler 2 points ago +2 / -0

P.S. I think Monkeyfox is not working, as the world is receiving that as "Well that's another Gay Disease". So they are going to have to come up with something else. Perhaps a version of Avian Flu, or Swine Flu. Or perhaps "Marburg".

https://www.gavi.org/vaccineswork/next-pandemic/marburg

Just remember that if you say "Candyman" three times, he will appear. So, don't do that.

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Morpheus11 2 points ago +2 / -0

Bwahaha...agreed.

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marvinthehaggler 2 points ago +2 / -0

P.S. At the risk of repeating something you already know, go and check out Tom Clancy's "Rainbow Six", the novel (not the video game). Read the plot, about the "Shiva (The Destroyer) Virus."

"You are watching a movie." - Q-ishness.

I do think we are inside a movie, right now. Which doesn't mean all of this is "fake-fake". Indeed, the danger is very real. But it's also "fake". Contrived, but deadly.

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marvinthehaggler 1 point ago +1 / -0

And if you say Beetlejuice three times, Lori Lightfoot will appear and start rubbing your leg.

So... don't do that.

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marvinthehaggler 1 point ago +1 / -0

P.S. I realize that "Avian Flu" = "SARS". I was just being lazy. I meant "another new, super-duper version of Avian flu".

"I could be the Walrus. I'd still have to bum rides off people." - Ferris Bueller.

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marvinthehaggler 1 point ago +1 / -0

So far I do not see anything on which we disagree, other than approach.

Hitting folks with all of this, especially folks so "illiterate" in biology that they are considering taking the vackstheen, does not go well, in my experience.

"Hey ya know all of that stuff you've been trained to believe since the first lollipop that you got from your family physician? Turns out that's all a fraud."

A lot of people can't take that level of smack to the head.

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MAG768720 4 points ago +4 / -0

Let's take a step back to January 2020, when the Coof thing got rolling.

At that moment in history, Lanka had not yet done his experiment, which proved that viruses do not exist, and that it is the method that virologists use which actually CREATES the so-called "virus" in a lab, which is what they are looking at.

His work was not done until April 2021.

So, in January 2020, you and I and the entire world did not know that viruses really do not exist. (There might have been a few globalist parasites who act as puppetmasters who already knew this, but it was pretty much nobody else).

Even Stefan Lanka had this kind of figured out a few years ago, but didn't say anything because he thought he would be perceived as a kook.

It was only when he did his study, and also won victory in the German courts over his 100,000 Euro reward for proof of measles virus (someone tried to provide proof and claim the reward, but ultimately could not prove it in court), that he knew for sure.

And he was a professionally-trained virologist. The rest of us had no clue.

In January 2020, I thought the virus was real, but that face masks were a joke. The reason I did not take the vaxx was not because I knew all the problems, but because I was skeptical about vaccines in general. But I also was not interested in biology. The subject never really interested me.

But I soon realized that the face masks were not effective, and that the lockdowns were not only unlawful but not effective. I figured this out as a non-scientist and simply being skeptical.

I'm sure many here were the same.

But in late 2020/early 2021, I read the Pfizer fake studies and realized they didn't prove anything. Then, the VAERS reports came in, claiming many injuries from the fake vaxx.

It wasn't until late 2021 that I discovered the work of Lanka and his funders, Cowan and Kaufmann (maybe a few others, too).

And it wasn't until I STUDIED ... for a few HOURS ... to really understand what they were saying.

ANYONE is capable of doing this.

But most don't even know that such information exists.

Our job is not to prove what has already been proven by those who funded and did the research.

Our job is to be a conduit for people to find this for themselves.

The more people who do, and the faster they do, the better off we will all be.

So, I say hit them over the head with a 2x4. Those who stand there and still want to discuss it are the ones we focus on. Later, they will find others to join us, who will find others to join us, etc.

We are all resistent to new ideas that are counter to what we believe we already know. I was, too.

But that can change. It's just a matter of who is ready NOW to know, and who is not. Find out by shocking them, and then work with the ones who are ready NOW.

They ARE out there. I have found some myself. The others who are not ready can go live in fear until they have heard enough people saying the virus does not exist that they decide they are ready to understand why so many people are saying such a "dumb" thing.

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marvinthehaggler 1 point ago +1 / -0

Very solid.

One thing I will provide to you that perhaps will be a salve, of sorts: I have medical training. And I was absolutely, 100%, unquestionably, a believer that viruses exist. It wasn't really a hard-fought thought. My teachers presented this as a "given". Something that was understood before the hypotheses started flying.

Most doctors are exactly there, still, today. It's remarkable, but I chalk it up to hubris and arrogancy and, frankly, laziness.

All of these people are going to die an early death. Or at least a shocking amount of them will die or have poor health. All due to the mind virus.

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Morpheus11 2 points ago +3 / -1

You are 100% correct. I have yet to win someone over right out of the gate. But I have convinced people to look into it (by suggesting some videos) and I've won over at least a dozen this past year after they did so.

In my experience, I've found the hardline approach is the only way forward. As long as people believe in unicorn germs, they're SCARED. And if they're scared, they'll do crazy things in an effort to curtail their fears. That includes all the ludicrous behavior we've ween these past 2.5 years, which I believe, at least until this point, has caused more damage (economic, self-esteem, suicides, child brain development, etc.) than the jab damage.

So that's the gist of my angle. And I totally agree with you, I've definitely pissed off a ton of people too. Cognitive dissonance can get ugly!

I will say this. Telling somebody "viruses don't exist" stops them in their tracks. They have no grounds to argue, which short-circuits their knee-jerk responses to any sort of "anti-vaxxer" arguments. And at this point, I'm finding that causing a "glitch in their matrix" is more effective than all the softball approaches I've tried in the past combined. I don't think I've won over a single person with "the jab could be dangerous" approach yet.

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MAG768720 2 points ago +2 / -0

Your experience in talking with other people EXACTLY matches my own.

If the subject comes up, I simply ask, "What if I told you that the virus doesn't even exist at all?"

Their response tells me which way to go from there. Some people ARE open and even hungry for information that counters the narrative. I point those people to Tom Cowan or other resources.

I met one woman who is in college and majoring in biology. I asked her if she is going to become a virologist. She said no. So, then I asked her, "What if I told you that viruses do not exist?"

She was very condesending towards me, as if she was an expert because she was a college student (who knew nothing about the topic at hand), and I was not. BUT ... she was willing to have a discussion/debate about it.

I went through the process of how a virologist claims to know and study viruses. Clearly, she had no idea about this, as it is completely different from any other "science" that she is familiar with.

She kept coming back with "but they can find viruses in other ways." When I prodded her, I figure out she was talking about "markers" which is what they look at AFTER they go through the fraudulent process that they claim isolates a virus.

She did not understand the distinction. But because I have studied it, I could basically show her that what she thought she knew, she really didn't.

Finally, she admitted she really doesn't know anything about it, although she spent several minutes trying to claim she did. I think she was angry with me in the end, but so what?

The seed has been planted.

Maybe the next time she encounters someone saying things like I did, it will click that she should look into it some more. Eventually, she might come around.

This is all we can do. Find the ones who are ready to know NOW, and plant seeds for the others that might or might not eventually sprout.

But ... playing into false ideas that only cause them to be more confused is not likely to be of much benefit. Even it if is, it will take MUCH longer to have a solid effect.

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Morpheus11 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well done, well done!

For the doctors, scientists, etc. that you encounter, the killer argument is: "Did you know that nobody in virology runs control experiments" when doing viral culturing". Aren't control experiments and efforts towards falsifying one's hypothesis the very basis of science?

That's a killer zinger right there. Again, stops them in their tracks.

The hardest part of all of this is that they default to "well if it's not a virus, then what is it?". I can answer this question, but almost nobody is satisfied with it, so I rarely explain it any longer. I point them back to the lack of proof of the existence of any virus and let them mull it over, making them stick to the subject.

The bottom line is, they're going to learn this sooner or later. The cat's been out of the bag for 2+ years now. It's not a question of "if", only "when".

We just gotta keep planting the seeds. The viral delusion blows up EVERYTHING in my mind. It's the dragon-slayer red pill. Once peeps realize this lie, it takes down allopathic medicine, universities, media, scientism and of course government. It's a veritable delusion-shattering wrecking ball. And more importantly, it's SIMPLE for anybody who chooses to investigate.

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marvinthehaggler 1 point ago +1 / -0

All good, for me. Go forth and multiply, fellow healer.

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_Canadianon_ 7 points ago +7 / -0

Would have been nice if these people stood up 2 years ago and said this shit and pushed back..a little late now...

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pcpoet 5 points ago +5 / -0

they were standing up and the news media either ignored them or attacked them

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Dirty30 4 points ago +4 / -0

Another brilliant Australian medical specialist the Governments and the MSM are trying to silence. Just like Professor Clancy,Professor Borody,Dr Hobart and many others.

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Logic20xx 1 point ago +5 / -4

I’m sorry, but people who believe in and preach viruses are not ‘brilliant’. They are controlled opposition to truth.

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MAG768720 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not educated on the latest scientific research, for sure.

Possibly controlled opposition, but also possible they are just too lazy to look into the latest research.

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Logic20xx 0 points ago +1 / -1

I meant they are controlled by Lucifer. Either metaphorically or for real. Not sure yet. It’s not laziness. It’s that their repressed terrors are triggered when their mind is pointed at such truths. And that’s too scary/painful for them.

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MAG768720 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ah ... gotcha.

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M42D 4 points ago +5 / -1

It's been freely available knowledge right from the start that coronaviruses are common, have always existed, always will and that there's no 'magic cure' for them other than health diligence. Except of course the public at that point weren't familiar with the term 'coronavirus' in everyday parlance, so it was easy to proliferate as a scary piece of propaganda.

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posdnus 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thank you for saying this. If it could've been done - they'd been done 50 years ago.

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Morpheus11 2 points ago +2 / -0

You're probably right. I liked the "City Slicker" franchise myself. He did a pretty good Sammy Davis Jr impression too, who was undoubtedly a card-carrying member of "the club". There's no other possible explanation for his stardom.

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TdawgTrump2021 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, this makes sense... but did you watch this interview of him? ... He sure is smarter than me.. but in this video, he explains he is 100% sure covid came from space.. a meteorite...

https://rumble.com/vmrmmq-the-origins-of-covid-19-and-why-the-vaccines-dont-work..html

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TdawgTrump2021 1 point ago +1 / -0

If sunlight and I guess any type of light kills covid, then how would hid meteorite theory make any sense at all.

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Bigly2020 0 points ago +1 / -1

Hmmm. There were still many hospitalized that were unvaxxed. Common cold doesn’t usually cause hospitalization

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Fringe--dweller [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

How many were hospitalised simply because a bogus PCR positive, fed them into a process that ended in their death?

I'm thinking about Seniors being put in nursing homes en-masse.

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NobodyLikesSplatter 6 points ago +6 / -0

How many were hospitalized unnecessarily and then given improper treatment? How much of their perceived respiratory problems were worsened because of anxiety? How many secondary infections did they get while hospitalized? Hospitals are not the sanitized places everyone imagines them to be. Sick people go there with all kinds of issues. Staff spread infection. Don’t get me started on how doctors are terrible at washing their hands. Hand sanitizers cause superbugs to flourish. It’s impossible to know what specifically caused people to be so sick.

I know so many people who were incredibly worried and afraid of how bad “covid” would be when they got it. So much paranoia and sitting around dooming. You can make yourself feel really sick just by laying around wallowing in it. Not staying hydrated, having stomach issues because you’re sick with worry.

To your point though-seniors. My grandma is 89 and she’s been talking about how she and her friends are worried again about the new variant being promoted in NY. They’re terrified. They’re all jabbed multiple times. They’re sitting around worrying about the sniffles. They won’t go out much and still wear filthy masks. My grandma is so proud of her home sewn, multicolored masks that go with every outfit she has. It’s like.... INSANITY. But these poor people are dying slowly of fear.

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DrNutterButter 3 points ago +3 / -0

"It’s impossible to know what specifically caused people to be so sick."

Redemsivir clearly caused kidney failure which in turn caused the lungs to fill with fluid which, when ventilated causes retarded doctors to blow the lungs apart when they turned up the pressure.

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GGRockz 2 points ago +3 / -1

Hmmmm. They were hospitalized because they were not given proper treatments.

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truthloveliberty 1 point ago +2 / -1

I think it’s a genetically altered version of the common cold. But what do I know?

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TakeItBack 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, not for most people and then there's the issue of that damned spike protein that was/is shed that damages many--I am one.

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