Self-spreading vaccines, mRNA 'vaccine' & other topics, a tech report fro ~ 2018.
5th Generation warfare - you won't know who your enemy is. Passive exposure turns anyone jabbed into a potential weapon of harm for others. The excessive menstrual bleeding is an indicator of this.
I found one of the tech reports with a section on self-spreading vaccines. Technologies to Address Global Catastrophic Biological Risks, Johns Hopkins, Bloomberf School of Public Health, Center for Health Security. The goal is for pandemic readiness though. I am still looking for the one with a passive vaccination to cause infertility in a animal population.
The report doesn’t seem to have a date but many of the references state Accessed June 26, 2018. PDF In my Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2w2ylb1fgfcck5h/181009-gcbr-tech-report.pdf?dl=0
Fifth generation warfare quote - “In true fifth generation warfare, you do not know who your opponent is.” - Robert Malone. With passive exposure risk, anyone jabbed is or was a risk of spreading the chimeric spike harm whether they know it or not. Can the passively exposed person then spread it to others? I don’t know.
I clearly need to charge more money for my ‘misinformation’.
“Anti-vaccine writers have earned upward of $2.5 million with newsletters featuring misinformation on the publishing platform Substack, researchers say. The Center for Countering Digital Hate found that five newsletters alone raked in the huge sum. Joseph Mercola, who has long been seen by experts as one of the most influential spreaders of COVID-19 misinformation, pulled in $1 million in a single year by charging subscribers $50 for his newsletter. COVID contrarian journalist Alex Berenson also got in on the action, earning $1.2 million with a newsletters that costs subscribers $60. Controversial virologist Robert Malone, anonymous writer Eugyppius, and tech entrepreneur Steven Kirsch brought in the remaining $300,000 with newsletters on the platform. The chief executive of the Center for Countering Digital Hate has called on Substack to do more to filter out the dangerous misinformation.”
Do you know what all the names mentioned in that article have in common? a male name. People want to hear from men. It is an instinct. Kind of just a fact.
A fact worth recognizing as an innate bias to question.
Of those names, Joseph Mercola provides very helpful and followable guidance, which is likely safe and effective. I cited his work in some of my own early CoV posts. The other three non-anonymous men are kind of political in their posting more than providing helpful guidance for self-care. Eugyppius also writes about news aspects of the pandemic and other political topics.
‘Just’ do it!
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