31 Reasons To Reject The Jab

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Nobody should be forced to take a vaccine that is guaranteed to alter the body's natural ability to fight its own diseases and possibly turn its own natural defenses against healthy cells in its own body.
The vaccine doesn't do that. My proof? Well over 200 million Americans have received at least one dose and around 185 million are fully vaccinated. Where are all these vaccine dangers you speak of? If there were any truth to your claims, we'd all know about it by now. You are a deceiver.
 

marke

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The vaccine doesn't do that. My proof? Well over 200 million Americans have received at least one dose and around 185 million are fully vaccinated. Where are all these vaccine dangers you speak of? If there were any truth to your claims, we'd all know about it by now. You are a deceiver.
Your proof is not proof. Long-term damage to a body's immune system may not be apparent for many years. You fail to show why people suddenly develop life-threatening attacks on their healthy tissues shortly after taking the covid jab. Merritt makes sense, you do not.
 

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You fail to show why people suddenly develop life-threatening attacks on their healthy tissues shortly after taking the covid jab.
200 million people have suddenly developed life-threatening attacks on their healthy tissues shortly after taking the covid jab? Why don't I believe you?
 

marke

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200 million people have suddenly developed life-threatening attacks on their healthy tissues shortly after taking the covid jab? Why don't I believe you?
You don't seem to comprehend the term "long-term." Will the covid jab or the booster jabs alter the body's DNA in such a way as to turn the body's defences on itself? Apparently so. We need to do more research into these alarming issues raised by reputable scientists.
 

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You don't seem to comprehend the term "long-term." Will the covid jab or the booster jabs alter the body's DNA in such a way as to turn the body's defences on itself? Apparently so. We need to do more research into these alarming issues raised by reputable scientists.
Which 'reputable scientists' would these be exactly?
 

marke

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Which 'reputable scientists' would these be exactly?
Let me quote some researchers who support the covid vaccine, lest some other expert triggers in you an automatic rejection of the science.


These findings raise the question as to whether COVID-19 mRNA vaccination can, through activation of the innate immune system and subsequent non-specific activation of autoreactive lymphocytes, lead to the development of autoimmune diseases including AIH or trigger a drug-induced liver injury with features of AIH. The trigger, if any, may become more apparent over time, especially following withdrawal of immunosuppression. As with other autoimmune diseases associated with vaccines the causality or casualty factor will prove difficult to tease apart and should not distract from the overwhelming benefits of mass COVID-19 vaccination. But it does beg the question of whether or not these individuals should receive the second dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.

Other researchers claim there is irrefutable evidence that the covid vaccine is causing autoimmune diseases in some, and the above-mentioned researchers admit that is a possibility even though not enough time and research has been done to more fully conclude what is or might really be happening.
 

expos4ever

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31 Reasons To Reject The Jab

31 reasons why I won’t take the vaccine​


1. It’s not a vaccine.
Falsehood - no reputable expert deny that the jab is a vaccine.

The CDC defines a vaccine as, “a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease.” The Merriam Webster dictionary defines a vaccine as “a preparation that is administered (as by injection) to stimulate the body's immune response against a specific infectious agent or disease.” This is basically what the currently available Covid-19 vaccines are designed to do: stimulate your immune system so that it is ready to respond to the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in order to prevent Covid-19.
 

ok doser

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Falsehood - no reputable expert deny that the jab is a vaccine.

The CDC defines a vaccine as, “a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease.” The Merriam Webster dictionary defines a vaccine as “a preparation that is administered (as by injection) to stimulate the body's immune response against a specific infectious agent or disease.” This is basically what the currently available Covid-19 vaccines are designed to do: stimulate your immune system so that it is ready to respond to the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in order to prevent Covid-19.
The Kung Flu vaccine protects you against the virus the way a screen door protects a submarine from the water as it dives.
 

marke

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Falsehood - no reputable expert deny that the jab is a vaccine.

The CDC defines a vaccine as, “a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease.” The Merriam Webster dictionary defines a vaccine as “a preparation that is administered (as by injection) to stimulate the body's immune response against a specific infectious agent or disease.” This is basically what the currently available Covid-19 vaccines are designed to do: stimulate your immune system so that it is ready to respond to the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in order to prevent Covid-19.
The problem results when the vaccine stimulates the human response system to attack healthy cells.
 

expos4ever

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31 Reasons To Reject The Jab
4. I can reduce my chances of getting a severe case of a virus by strengthening my immune system naturally. In the event I catch a virus, there are vitamins and well-established drugs that have had wonderful results in warding off the illness, without the risks and unknowns of this medical treatment.
Falsehood.

Dr. Suzanne Cassel, an immunologist at Cedars-Sinai, says that the concept of boosting your immune system is inaccurate. There's also widely held confusion about how your immune system functions and how your body is designed to combat diseases and infections.

Dr. Cassel says another common misconception is having a "strong" immune system is what's best for your body.

"You actually don't want your immune system to be stronger, you want it to be balanced," Dr. Cassel says. "Too much of an immune response is just as bad as too little response."

Dr. Cassel says most of the things people take to boost their immune system, such as vitamins or supplements, don't have any effect on your immune response.
 

marke

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Please cite a reputable medical authority who shares this concern.
Scientists are still seeking to understand what causes autoimmunity in the human body. They have theories but insufficient numbers of solid answers. However, when people who get the covid vaccine suddenly develop autoimmunity the modern group-think trend is to automatically rule out the vaccine due to bias, not based upon scientific evidence.

An infectious idea​

Over the years, scientists have identified numerous instances of infections generating autoimmunity. Some reports suggest that infection with the malaria parasite can cause the body to begin attacking red blood cells, causing anaemia. And Epstein–Barr virus — which causes glandular fever (also known as mononucleosis) — has been implicated in dozens of autoimmune illnesses, including lupus. Finding a rock-solid connection can be tough, because it’s difficult to show whether the infections are the cause of autoimmune disorders or whether they crop up in the body for another reason, says Anish Suri, president of Cue Biopharma, a company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, that is researching therapies to counter autoimmunity.
 

marke

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Falsehood.

Dr. Suzanne Cassel, an immunologist at Cedars-Sinai, says that the concept of boosting your immune system is inaccurate. There's also widely held confusion about how your immune system functions and how your body is designed to combat diseases and infections.

Dr. Cassel says another common misconception is having a "strong" immune system is what's best for your body.

"You actually don't want your immune system to be stronger, you want it to be balanced," Dr. Cassel says. "Too much of an immune response is just as bad as too little response."

Dr. Cassel says most of the things people take to boost their immune system, such as vitamins or supplements, don't have any effect on your immune response.
Covid vaccines do not prevent covid infections. Why is the mainstream group-think mob refusing to accept that basic fact?
 
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