01/01/2020 / By Vicki Batts
If getting multiple vaccines in just a few short years wasn’t damaging enough, the vaccine industry has come up with a new scheme to ensure that children get all of their inoculations — whether parents like it or not. Indeed, a new “super injection” is on the horizon, and it is truly the stuff of nightmares. Not only will it contain multiple doses of multiple vaccines at once, the “super injection” features time-released vaccine capsules that will be programmed to “detonate” inside the human body at different times.
There are just so many things that could go wrong with this, it’s almost laughable.
As Daily Mail reports, the “super injection” will feature “tiny capsules programmed to break down at different times, releasing drugs into the body weeks after being injected.” The capsules are made with the same substance used in dissolvable stitches. The NHS is considering using the capsules in vaccines within the next 12 years — possibly to inject babies with vaccines for pneumonia, meningitis and polio all in one go.
Recall the number of children who’ve been harmed by just one of these vaccines, like the dozens of children affected by vaccine-derived polio in Syria this past summer.
Do you think inoculating children with multiple doses of polio vaccine, along with two other diseases, really sounds like a good idea?
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Robert Langer, a senior author on the super injection study, is certainly excited by the prospects of this. He commented, “We are very excited about this work because, for the first time, we can create a library of tiny, encased vaccine particles, each programmed to release at a precise, predictable time, so that people could potentially receive a single injection that, in effect, would have multiple boosters already built into it.”
According to vaccine cultists, the multi-tiered vaccine would help ensure vaccine schedule compliance and would make things easier for patients who don’t like getting shots. Unsurprisingly, this entire effort is being funded by (you guessed it) The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation — when you see that name attached to anything, you can be sure trouble lies ahead. The Gates Foundation has come under fire many, many times for their actions, especially regarding vaccines. In fact, the organization was sued by a coalition of Indian doctors for illegally testing vaccines on young, innocent children. Some 16,000 kids were used as guinea pigs for the Gardasil vaccine back in 2009 — and many of them “mysteriously” fell ill after being vaccinated. [Related: Keep up with the latest immunization controversies at Vaccines.news.]
A separate trial of the vaccine Ceravix, also funded by Gates’ unscrupulous foundation, saw 14,000 children used as unsuspecting test subjects. Writing for Natural News, Jonathan Benson reported at the time:
A petition condemning these atrocious crimes against humanity notes that the Gates Foundation, as well as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH), both of which supported the trials, were “criminally negligent” for testing deadly vaccines on “a vulnerable, uneducated and under-informed population [of] school administrators, students and their parents who were not provided informed consent or advised of potential adverse effects.”
Will the upcoming super injection be just as unsavory as past Gates Foundation inoculations?
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