A Great Interview with Robert Malone + CDC's New Definition of V-Word
A short update for curious minds.
Two interesting things came my way. One is a phenomenal interview with Robert Malone (his full “Perspectives on the Pandemic” interview, which offers new insights). The other one is the CDC’s new and extremely creative definition of “v-ne.”
And now, the CDC.
According to the CDC, v-nes no longer need to produce immunity.
(To speculate, the change might have been inspired by various lawsuits around v-nes and natural immunity, such as, for example, Dr. Aaron Kheriaty’s lawsuit.)
Wow, wow, wow. Their new definition is so broad that, by their own logic, it can include any immunity-boosting prophylaxes, including supplements. I hope it doesn’t dawn on the bureaucrats too soon because then they’ll have to recommend banning all useful immunity-boosting supplements in order to stifle competition on “v-nes” — or tell us that vitamins C or D are for horses only.
For a more in-depth take on the concept of “v-e” and how it plays out in a broader context, please see my article called, “V-Word: The Multi-Billion Dollar Sacred Cow.” For more information about linguistic sleight of hand and various surreptitious terminology updates, please see “What Does the Word "Unv-d" Mean?” And for the war on natural immunity, please see “A War on (Free) Natural Immunity.”