Army worm used in flu vaccines

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Highpoint

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The scientific community continues the release crazy things on the public and now they are using armyworm in fle vaccines. Even knowing they may not be able to detect other viruses in the insect which could affect people.

http://www.thevaccinereaction.org/2017/ ... a-vaccine/

Wonder if they tried this with cattle as they always test animals first.
 

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SHOCKER!!!




Not really...that's the way they have been making vaccines since they started making vaccines. Use something that can make you immune to something else. Be it monkeypox to prevent small poxs, or horse serum to prevent tetanus. Just wait till you find out what wart vaccines are made out of...
 

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I liked the cartoon about using rabbits for safety testing cosmetics.

First they doll up a bunny with lipstick, rouge on the cheeks, mascara, eyeliner ect.
Then pull out a shotgun and shoot the cute little bunny rabbit in the face.
Lab assistant checks the box, Not Bulletproof ... saying, Now we know... for humanity.
 

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