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What is a Vaccine?
Jan 2023

I grew up with the understanding that a vaccine is an immunization or an inoculation that prevents you from getting a particular disease. It works like this; inject a small amount of the pathogen and your body makes antibodies to keep the infection in check. A vaccine has traditionally had two properties: it prevents illness, and it stops transmission of a disease to others. IE, I got the mumps vaccine when as a child, and now I don't worry about getting mumps, nor transmitting it to others.

In December of 2020, the Covid "vaccines" were rolled out. However, no testing had been done by the vaccine makers prior to its release to see if their product actually prevented transmission.

So the obvious question is, why is it called a vaccine? If prevention of transmission was pharma's untested hypothesis, they could have done post-release studies on the vaccinated public. But neither the vaccine makers nor the health regulators did any such studies. The data later confirmed that the vaccine does not in fact prevent transmission. The CDC, which has the power to alter medical language as you'll soon see, did not correct their mistake and re-brand the vaccine as a therapeutic. Instead, in September of 2021, the CDC changed the definition of vaccine! Now a vaccine is indistinguishable from a therapeutic:

Original Definition:
Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.

September 2021 Definition:
Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.

Not only was the general public unaware of this definition change, most were unaware that the injection was never tested for stopping transmission in the first place, and many thought it would prevent them from getting sick entirely. So who can we blame for such wide spread misunderstanding about the properties of the Covid "vaccine"? The following quotes may provide some insight:

Anthony Fauci: "when people are vaccinated, they can feel safe that they are not going to get infected."
Anthony Fauci: "we have all the vaccines we need, we just need people to take it... you want to be a dead end to the virus. So when the virus gets to you, you stop it, you don't allow it to use you as the stepping stone to the next person."
CDC Director Rochell Wallenski: "vaccinated people don't carry the virus, don't get sick."
Bill Gates: "the key goal (of the Covid vaccine) is to stop the transmission, to get the immunity levels up."
Joe Biden: "you're not gonna get Covid if you have these vaccinations."
Justin Trudeau: "so the fact that you get vaccinated, it's good for yourself obviously to protect you and your family, but it's also to protect others in your community that you don't necessarily know because they know it reduces transmission and so on."
Christia Freeland: "they (vaccines) prevent the spread of Covid 19."
Pfizer CEO Andrew Bourla: "there is protection against transmission of the disease."
Racheal Maddow: "the virus stops with every vaccinated person".

Or it might have been the term "breakthrough" infection which could have given people the impression that catching the virus was a rare event for vaccinated people. As we saw, breakthroughs are actually common, especially it seems, for vaccine advocates, including Fauci, Trudeau, Wallensky and Biden, who despite being well jabbed, got Covid more than once.

Or more likely it was the vaccine mandates that confused people. What conceivable reason is there to require a medical treatment in order to keep your job, to go to concerts, or to travel, if not to prevent contagious people from mingling and thus spreading the virus? I can't seem to think of one.

Could it be that some people took the vaccine promotion song "Community Immunity" a little too literally?

The net result of this massive misunderstanding about the effects of the Covid "vaccine" was this; vaccinated people mingled at work, at concerts, with their families and during travel, many thinking that they were safe from infection, and that they were not infectious to others. To accept the narrative wherein Covid vaccines reduce the severity of Covid for the individual, but do not stop transmission, is to reckon with this; "vaccinated" people who were granted full access to society, and who did not limit their interactions, were the most numerous superspreaders.

And speaking of superspreaders, we can thank the usual suspects for this fertile ground of confusion and disinformation: WHO, FDA, CDC, NIH, and the MSM, all funded by big pharma, and all setting "health security" policy for governments around the world.

But what else would be expect with so many conflicts of interest between governments, pharma and the mass media:

- Pharma is the biggest political lobby group in US, UK and Canada.
- Pharma is the biggest advertising client of mass media IE Anderson Cooper's 360 is sponsored by Pfizer.
- Pharma funds 50% to 75% of the FDA's budget.
- Pharma has no liability for injuries caused by their vaccines.
- Pharma does not have to disclose "trade secrets" which includes vaccine ingredients.
- NIH employess profit from vaccine patents.
- NIH conducts gain-of-function research to make new viruses.
- Bill Gates is the biggest private funder of the WHO, while being invested in vaccine technologies.
- Bill Gates gives billions of dollars to mainstream media.
- Neither Bill Gates nor Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (WHO head) has a medical degree.
TC7 Jan 2023