… scare people out of having sex and it worked.
This winter’s flu shot has largely missed its mark.
It offered only about 30% protection against this year’s Influenza A strain and showed no match with the Influenza B virus currently circulating in the community.
This article still maintains that a flu virus still exists. I maintain that viri don’t exist.
Still, it’s at least getting part way there.
A massive overestimation of annual flu deaths in the US, in order to push the necessity of the flu vaccine.
Robert F Kennedy Jr: CDC an “edifice of fraud” jonrappoport.wordpress.com…
I too was just thinking about rabies, since it’s linked to vaccination, which I think is a big pharma hoax. It’s got to be the #1 shot for animals. Turns out, the following blog is asking the same question.
First thing flagged is this: “Rabies causes about 24,000 to 60,000 deaths worldwide per year.” So we know right off the bat this thing is, at the very least, heavily exaggerated. Then there is this “A number of countries, including Australia, Canada, Japan, and the United States, and Western Europe, do not have rabies among dogs.” Normally I would say that indicates that it’s a lie and dogs DO have rabies in those countries, but seeing what they flagged earlier I am considering that is a signal that rabies
I like this Dr. He’s a vegan, and is highly (self?) promoted. Here he questions the BLV, and asks if it can cause cancer in humans as it does with cows.
I asked him the question that I always do: are viri real and can you show me an image of one, or are they fake science? Can anyone show me a BLV?
I asked the Dr. in the comments. Let’s hope it wasn’t ghosted out.
As for me, I stopped drinking cow milk (thanks to Freelea) after drinking it raw (thanks to Alex Jones). It makes sense to me that it’s for cow young, and not humans. Cheese is a harder one to stop eating, but I am considering it.
I put this entry here instead of moreab.fakeologist.com… since I believe virology is fraudulent. Bacteria is real, but I doubt viri.
I hate mosquitoes and mosquito bites as much as the next guy but I’m wondering if spraying toxins to kill them and their larvae is worth the risk to our health, or especially to our children’s health?
I am quite sure that the chemical industry created the CDC (covering dangerous chemicals) cover for the deadly effects of their pesticides.