THE BLIND CAN’T SEE: VACCINES

Posted: May 5, 2021 in AMERICAN HYPOCRISY, coronavirus, Covid-19, VACCINES

Just thinkin’.

Remember the WMD’s that weren’t?

Now we’ve got a vaccine that isn’t.

A vaccine is defined traditionally as “a substance used to stimulate the production of antibodies and provide immunity”

But, according to the CDC:

“We are still learning how well vaccines prevent you from spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 to others, even if you do not have symptoms.

We’re also still learning how long COVID-19 vaccines protect people.

We are still learning how effective the vaccines are against new variants of the virus that causes COVID-19.

We are still learning how vaccines will affect the spread of COVID-19. After you’ve been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you should keep taking precautions in public places like wearing a mask, staying 6 feet apart from others, avoiding crowds and poorly ventilated spaces, and washing your hands often.”

SO EXACTLY WHEN IS A VACCINE NOT A VACCINE?

It appears that the definition of a vaccine is that it provides immunity. But the CDC’s definition of a vaccine is that “affects the spread”.

And of course Tubularsock may have “. . . been born at night but NOT last night”, so things just don’t seem to add up.

Shouldn’t you study and experiment on a possible vaccine BEFORE you hand it out en masse and then wait to see if and how it works?

Seriously, how would you respond if you were at the top of a winding mountain road and the mechanic who just adjusted your brakes said, “Well these new brake pads come with a very high recommendation from the American Medical Association but they have never been “road tested”.

Would you say, “Wow, if the AMA recommends them, that’s good enough for me”!

Or would you say, “I’ll take the next bus”.

OK, would it make a difference to you if the mechanic was dressed in white with a stethoscope around his neck?

Well it seems that the medical view was expressed rather truthfully by Tal Brosh, head of the Infectious Disease Unit at Samson Assuta Ashdod Hospital, when he told The Jerusalem Post, “There is a race to get the public vaccinated, so we are willing to take more risks.”

But he acknowledged that there are unique and unknown risks to messenger RNA vaccines, including local and systemic inflammatory responses that could lead to autoimmune conditions.

Well, Tubularsock will take the next bus, thank you very much!

But the side effect that amuses Tubularsock the most is Vax Shaming.

It appears all over the country.

People that are brain dead enough to get the vaccine (Tubularsock isn’t vax shaming here just pointing out how stupid and fearful they are) on the mechanic’s orders have started to shame people who don’t have the vaccine by saying that the non-vaxxers are putting the “herd” at risk.

Now Tubularsock is not opposed to vaccines in general. Tubularsock wouldn’t get one but if you wish to get one, hell go right ahead.

Tubularsock is a strong believer in NOT getting sick and if something comes Tubularsock’s way Tubularsock will rely on Tubularsock’s natural immune system. Wild Turkey!

Isn’t that’s what it is for …….. to be immune? Works for Tubularsock.

To date no one has attempted to “shame” Tubularsock which is lucky for them because if one tried Tubularsock is not adverse to non-violently slapping a baseball bat up the side of their head!

Om Shanti.

Comments
  1. Ringo Gilkey says:

    Risk verses reward. I took the shot.

    Liked by 2 people

    • tubularsock says:

      Ringo, welcome to Tubularsock, “. . . first hand coverage, second hand news.”

      Tubularsock would never stand in your way …….. and Tubularsock wishes you well with your new life as a Guinea Pig. Could be fun.

      You may want to re-evaluate your odds however. You really have a far better chance of winning in Reno than you have of winning with this pharmaceutical experiment.

      And hey, a new appendage growing out of your side could help your new job as a jugular.

      Cheers.

      Tubularsock does hope you continue your updates with Tubularsock because you are just too fun.

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  2. Norman Pilon says:

    Vaccines are good, Tubes.

    And unless everyone takes whatever is currently on offer against COVID, we will never know just how good these particular vaccines truly are.

    Never mind that Professor Sucharit Bhakdi contends that the current extrapolated rate of vaccine induced deaths in Germany for people under 60 years of age is greater than was the rate of COVID induced deaths for all of 2020, and that that alone might be a compelling argument against the grand experiment from which we are all currently learning.

    No, but pay it no mind at all:

    Liked by 1 person

    • swo8 says:

      My daughter sent me the link for this video. I would pay a great deal of attention to what this man says. He makes many valid points and they stand up to the science. I guess he won’t be getting any consideration from Big Pharma.
      Leslie

      Liked by 2 people

  3. tubularsock says:

    Norman, Tubularsock thanks you for your contribution to the information stream.

    Yeah, the more the merrier. Death is such a permanent example that something may be wrong.

    What amazes Tubularsock is that so many people have been “tricked” into having a “vaccine” shot into their body that has not been researched in depth.

    I guess it does explain why the Brooklyn Bridge has been sold to so many different people over the years.

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    • Norman Pilon says:

      “What amazes Tubularsock is that so many people have been “tricked” into having a “vaccine” shot into their body that has not been researched in depth.”

      Tubularsock is only amazed because he doesn’t understand “risk verses reward.”

      On the one hand, if you are an adrenaline junkie, taking a risk is invigorating. Risk is its own reward.

      On the other hand, if you are not an adrenaline junkie, you simply trust the ‘science,’ in the way that many in the face of all great difficulties and perils in life have faith in God.

      ‘Trusting’ is soothing. And who doesn’t deserve a break from all of the relentless ‘science’ sanctioned fear porn?

      And not to be discounted in terms of the real reward at hand: bigger margins if only all of the children along with all of the adults can be vaccinated, and that repeatedly.

      From the standpoint of ‘science,’ the real risk is that people will stop being afraid and begin to forgo the jab.

      Inducing fear is the “trick.”

      Liked by 1 person

      • tubularsock says:

        Thank you Norman. Tubularsock feels so much better now.

        So much so, that Tubularsock has shifted Tubularsock’s stock portfolio from napalm to vaccine.
        It’s all about the money!

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  4. swo8 says:

    According to the medical training in my nursing program, the basic problem with vaccines is they provide passive immunity. Passive immunity, unlike natural immunity needs to be reinforced with boosters etc. on a a regular basis. Hence, it is a big money maker for Big Pharma. Always look for the “who profits” in the situation. I think they are having a major problem with “vaccine hesitancy”. In other words, there are a lot of people who aren’t buying into the heavy sell.
    Leslie

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    • tubularsock says:

      Leslie, Tubularsock would say you are right on the “money”! When money is involved as well as Big Pharma’s not being held accountable for what they create if it does harm is a very bad formula.

      Seeing that many people are not buying the fear.

      Thanks for your comment.

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  5. I still wonder how many people will have to die from the Covid vaccines before they are removed from the market like swine flu vaccine was is 1976. Although pharmaceutical companies can’t be sued for malpractice, they can be sued for fraud. I believe a case can be made they defrauded us via their fraudulent claims of 95% effectiveness, which has been documented by the British Medical Journal. I wonder how high Big Pharma will allow the death count rise? Surely they must realize there are legal repercussions.

    Liked by 2 people

    • tubularsock says:

      Well DrB legal repercussions for Pharma are built into the cost of doing business. As long as their profit margins are in the black they can hold out for an eternity. And will.

      It may change if, for example, one hires an assassin and as each thousand dies the current CEO is shot by the assassin as payment of responsibility. Then you may see some rearrangement of their product.

      Barring that, all Tubularsock sees is business as usual!

      Thanks for your comment.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Batt Guano says:

    Tube:
    T0 vax or not to vax…
    That is the question…
    Whether it is far nobler…
    To deny.. than die…
    Is anyone’s guess…
    Just say yes..
    And it might be right…
    Just say no…
    And maybe you’ve turned off your light..
    But on the other hand…
    Maybe the vax ain’t what it’s cracked up to be…
    We’ll all just have to wait and see…
    Give us a year and we’ll know more…
    With Covid will we settle the score ?…
    Or will the human race finally have found…
    A scourge iit couldn’t face…

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Batt Guano says:

    Tube:
    Words to live by, the stupidity of the human race! And we seem to get “stupider” as each century transpires. In the 20th Century we killed millions of ourselves. And here the 21st Century is only two decades old and we’re on a record pace. Who will be the dominant species when humans expire? My bet is on rats: they are even more clever and meaner than humans and they don’t need luxury condominiums to live in.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. tubularsock says:

    Batt, RATS are a good choice no questions about it. They all keep running for President of the United States and keep winning so seems they have a head start.

    Like

  9. Sha'Tara says:

    Wild Turkey and the baseball bat work for me, thanks Tube.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. wolfess says:

    Well Tube, I am following the words of me dear ol’ dad: Better to have one (or two) and not need it, than to need one and not have it — my dad was talking about guns, but to my way of thinking it also applies to the current trumpvirus vaccine war. And yes, it is true that everything connected to this gawdamned virus is the covidiot’s fault! 🤔😡

    Liked by 1 person

    • tubularsock says:

      We’ll Tubularsock would point more blame toward the people that believe the establishment and their shot need than the creeps that are pushing it.

      When was it that you believed a government and their lackeys? Guess some never learn!

      Liked by 1 person

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