"Covid is no longer mainly a pandemic of the unvaccinated": Washington Post
...and the elephant in the room.
This story is about cruelty and shamelessness. It is also about trapping people and getting people dependent on not-so-good things.
The latest announcement from the mainstream media: “What time is it now? It’s booster-selling o’clock, for sure!" What we are looking at is the business model of a drug dealer.
The Washington Post is saying, “This is no longer the pandemic of the unvaccinated,
so get your booster.” It never was, by the way, and it would have been even more clear if the abysmally cruel ones at the top weren’t deliberately blocking working medicines, and if the sadistic ideologues in white coats weren’t treating the “unvaccinated” patients with outright hostility—“punishing” them for rejecting the Holy Injection, putting them on ventilators quickly, and, out of ideological fervor, not allowing them to discharge from the hospital… yes, this is real, this is real and disgusting).
Before we go any further, let’s briefly mention the elephant in the room. I love intellectual integrity, and this elephant bothers me.
Elephant in the room
It pains me to repeat the obvious but—the definition of “having COVID” is based on a fraudulent use of PCR tests. So, as far as the scientific method goes, it is nowhere to be found. From the get-go, even though people have been definitely getting sick with something, the tower has been has been built on a house of cards, and that’s without getting into the famous ‘virus or no virus” argument. Virus or purple macaroni, it is true that people have been getting sick with something, and it is also true that there is no reliable way of diagnosing it.
Aaaaand, it is also true that “they” have been changing definitions and rigging data every second just to prove their points. What are the definitions of “vaccinated” and “unvaccinated” as of this second? Who knows… we are too tired to care. And that was the calculation—that we would eventually be driven nuts by absurdity everywhere and stop resisting the hangmen.
With that out of the way, let’s talk about the planned narrative rollout.
Planned narrative rollout
Again, this disgusts me.
“The data has changed, they say.” Oh please. If the data just changed, then how did the “dissidents” know exactly what would happen? And how did I personally know to write this story about the “blue ocean strategy” and the “artificial immunity subscription model”?
I can just see the marketing meeting.
First, we tell them that they need to take the shots so as not to kill The Grandma, and if they get the shot, they won’t get COVID and thus stop the transmission of the virus (one sec, paging Rachael).
But how do we know it stops the transmission? It's not in the trials....
What are you, stupid? Of course we don't know if it stops the transmission but that’s what we are going to tell them regardless, or else why on Earth would they take an experimental gene therapy injection? Are you aware that if we don't do this, our investors won't be happy? Do you want this job or not?
Okay, but if they get COVID... what do we do then then?
Easy-peasy. We just wait a while, and then we'll tell them they need a new booster. This way, we can keep selling, See how it all works out? Rookie.
This, by the way, has been a bestseller in business circles.
For the first time, a majority of Americans dying from the coronavirus received at least the primary series of the vaccine.
Fifty-eight percent of coronavirus deaths in August were people who were vaccinated or boosted, according to an analysis conducted for The Health 202 by Cynthia Cox, vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation.
It’s a continuation of a troubling trend that has emerged over the past year. As vaccination rates have increased and new variants appeared, the share of deaths of people who were vaccinated has been steadily rising. In September 2021, vaccinated people made up just 23 percent of coronavirus fatalities. In January and February this year, it was up to 42 percent, per our colleagues Fenit Nirappil and Dan Keating.
“We can no longer say this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated,” Cox told The Health 202.
Being unvaccinated is still a major risk factor for dying from covid-19. But efficacy wanes over time, and an analysis out last week from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention highlights the need to get regular booster shots to keep one’s risk of death from the coronavirus low, especially for the elderly.
Anthony Fauci, the nation’s preeminent infectious-disease expert, used his last White House briefing yesterday ahead of his December retirement to urge Americans to get the recently authorized omicron-specific boosters.
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