Ignore the heart attack

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The CDC isn’t merely evil, it’s cruel. Now they’re openly mocking their own victims in their propaganda. Even more than lying, the wicked love to deceive by telling people exactly what they’re doing in a manner that somehow prevents the average person from believing them. It’s clear that those who are pushing the vaccine on everyone have an even lower opinion of the NPCs who are dumb enough to believe them than those who see through them do.

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  1. Kimana

    About Marek’s Disease, English translation from Hebrew, sorry for misspelling:
    “The best way to reduce morbidity from this virus is to simply make your chickens happy!
    What does happiness mean? – Keep reading!
    It turns out that this virus mainly affects chickens between the ages of 12-28 weeks and especially towards the entry of laying (laying = stress!) And also adult birds that suffer from exposure to prolonged stress.
    Birds can be carriers of the virus without even suffering any damage or symptom, this condition is the same as herpes 1 that affects humans. (Almost one hundred percent of the human population carry the virus but only about 25% -33% it sometimes breaks out in the lips after sun exposure (= stress!) Or fever (disease = stress!) Common to all I have said is that the herpes virus in general, and the Mark virus In particular, they break out and cause illness, especially after exposure to stress, which suppresses the immune system and allows the virus to erupt! Without the stress, the virus will not erupt and remain dormant without damage and disease.

    So what is stress in chickens?
    The main causes of stress in chickens are the following:

    High density.
    Non-permanent food and water regime.
    Frequent insertion of new details and change of band order of the band.
    A multi-age band that leads to bullying and deprivation of access to food and water for the young
    Massive exposure to external parasites.
    Frequent change of chicken coops.
    Presence of pets such as dogs chasing chickens.
    Small children who chase the chickens for long periods of time.
    Extreme temperatures.
    And as a rule anything that scares the chickens for a long time”.
    A virus causing this?

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  2. xileffilex

    a few words got lost above

    under the conditions of the experiments the infective agent was strictly associated with the cells and could not be separated from them

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  3. xileffilex

    On a chat, someone suggested people look at Marek’s Disease in chickens.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marek%27…

    Allegedly a virus GaHV-2 causes cancers in chickens, identified well over 100 years ago, treated by total vaccination of the commercial flock. The vaccine is “leaky” and only lessens symptoms, not preventing “spread”, since “infected birds” can “shed” the virus. More virulent “strains” i.e variants have allegedly emerged

    Under normal conditions, highly virulent strains of the virus are not selected. A highly virulent strain would kill the host before the virus would have an opportunity to transmit to other potential hosts and replicate. Thus, less virulent strains are selected. These strains are virulent enough to induce symptoms but not enough to kill the host, allowing further transmission. However, the leaky vaccine changes this evolutionary pressure and permits the evolution of highly virulent strains.[13] The vaccine’s inability to prevent infection and transmission allows the spread of highly virulent strains among vaccinated chickens. The fitness of the more virulent strains is increased by the vaccine.

    It is recommended that all flocks positive for Marek’s disease remain closed, with no bird being introduced or leaving the flock.

    Sound familiar, cooped-up humans?

    What’s really causing the disease?
    The 2017 Japanese paper relating the purification and isolated of the GaHV-2 virus looks like an earlier run of the SarsCov-2 paper with “primer sets” and PCR amplificaiton.
    www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic…
    Isolation and purification of Gallid herpesvirus 2 strains currently distributed in Japan

    but allegedly first “isolated” in 1967 Churchhill & Biggs, 1967, Nature
    www.nature.com/articles/215528…

    The in vivo assay of blood and tumour material from chicks infected with both the H P RS B14 classical strain and the HPRS 16 strain of acute Marek’s disease indicates that under the conditions of the experiments strictly associated with the cells and could not be separated from them

    Is this really “isolation” and purification”?

    It would be interesting to have Kaufman and Cowan pull these papers apart.

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