CDC Vax Recommendations


COVID-19:
Get Vaccinated Even If You Have Had COVID-19
You should get a COVID-19 vaccine, even if you have already had COVID-19 because:

  • Research has not yet shown how long you are protected from getting COVID-19 again after you recover from COVID-19.
  • Vaccination helps protect you even if you’ve already had COVID-19.

I’d like to see “research” that shows that the human immune system doesn’t maintain the sort of immunity against SARS-CoV-2 that it does for all other viruses.


Chickenpox:
CDC recommends two doses of chickenpox vaccine for children, adolescents, and adults who have never had chickenpox and were never vaccinated. Children are routinely recommended to receive the first dose at 12 through 15 months old and a second dose at 4 through 6 years old.


Huh. If you’ve had chickenpox, you don’t need a vax. Because the human immune system still works years later.

Funny that. Maybe because the varicella jab is a vaccine, and the COVID-19 jab is a “vaccine”. Or how with any other disease, a case is a symptomatic case, but a ChinCOVID case is anything they say it is even with a negative test and you were never sick.

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CDC: That was then; this is now.

Or, that’s every other frickin’ vax and disease into the world; this is ChinCOVID so we had to change the rules.

I’ve mentioned before how definitions keep changing when ChinCOVID is involved. Let’s take a closer look at “vaccine.”

8/26/2021:


“Vaccine: A product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease.”

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


9/1/2021:


“Vaccine: A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.”

“Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.”


Amusingly (in a morbid way), not everyone at the CDC got the memo. As of 9/9/2021, 7:15AM EDT:


“Vacccine: A suspension of live (usually attenuated) or inactivated microorganisms (e.g. bacteria or viruses) or fractions thereof administered to induce immunity and prevent infectious diseases and their sequelae.

“Vaccination: The physical act of administering any vaccine or toxoid.”


But the difference in definitions is easily explained. Vaccines conferring mere “protection” rather than immunity only applies to “Understanding mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines.” For all other “Vaccines & Immunizations,” they still have to confer immunity to qualify. ChinCOVID, as always, is special.

Arguably, the ChinCOVID pseudo-vaccines still don’t even meet the shiny new definition. None “stimulates a person’s immune system;” they stimulate the cells’ ribosomes to produce proteins which in turn prod the immune system into producing antibodies which hopefully might be of use against SARS-CoV-2.

Added: I thought I should screencap those conflicting definitions for posterity. These were taken on September 9, 2021, at 8:45AM EDT. Click to enlarge.

Just a little update: As of 11/3/2021, the If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with new cell phone, ISP bills, SSL certificate, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.

[Corrected] Pfizer Vaccine: A Word To The Wise

If, now that there is an FDA-approved ChinCOVID vaccine, you are considering getting the jab, please take careful note of what you get injected with. If you read the approval notice carefully, you’ll see that the FDA did something very strange.

The FDA approved the Pfizer Comirnaty vaccine. It is based on the Pfizer-BioNTech pseudo-vaccine that has an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). But they left the EUA in place, and said that the EUA version can be used interchangeably with Comirnaty. Which one you let them stick into your arm affects you legally.

If you receive approved Comirnaty and have an adverse reaction, you can might be able to sue Pfizer, depending on circumstances. (Edited: see S’ comment below.)

If you knowingly let them stick you with the EUA Pfizer-BioNTech and have an adverse reaction, you voluntarily accepted an experimental drug and you cannot sue Pfizer. (Don’t believe the leftstream media telling you that it not experimental. The FDA says it is; that’s what EUA means.)

If you asked for Comirnaty, and discover your provider jabbed you with Pfizer-BioNTech, see a lawyer about suing the living shit out of your provider.

Attention Lawyers: I foresee a huge “wrong vax” market opening up. Start drafting filing templates.

Attention Healthcare Providers: Start lawyering up now.

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A Vaccine Vaccine?

It’s pre-print, not yet peer-reviewed or formally published. So maybe it’s a joke. But a vaccine to protect you against the ChinCOVID “vaccines”?


A drug candidate for treating adverse reactions caused by pathogenic antibodies inducible by COVID-19 virus and vaccines
In a recent study, we reported that certain anti-spike antibodies of COVID-19 and SARS-CoV viruses can have a pathogenic effect through binding to sick lung epithelium cells and misleading immune responses to attack self-cells. We termed this new pathogenic mechanism “Antibody Dependent Auto-Attack” (ADAA). This study explores a drug candidate for prevention and treatment of such ADAA-based diseases.
[…]
In addition, the formulation has potential to prevent and treat the adverse reactions of COVID-19 vaccines because the vaccines can induce similar antibodies, including pathogenic antibodies. The formulation will be helpful in increasing the safety of the vaccines without reducing the vaccine’s efficacy.


Assuming this is real, it gives me warm fuzzies about the safety of the ChinCOVID pseudo-vaccines.

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Did ChinCOVID cases drop because of “vaccinations”?

Axios thinks so.


Axios Attributes Low Chinese Coronavirus Levels to Vaccines
Cases of the Chinese coronavirus are at their lowest levels since March 2020, the beginning of the pandemic, which Axios attributes to the nation’s mass vaccination effort.
[…]
Axios also claimed the U.S. “largely failed to contain the virus until the vaccines arrived.” However, Florida, for example, reopened its state months earlier than blue states, before vaccines were readily available, yet it continued to consistently report fewer new cases of the virus per capita than states such as the most pro-lockdown, pro-mask states such as New York.


I won’t speak of the whole country, because the public data is crap (Johns-Hopkins lumps positive antibody tests, non-specific rapid antigen tests, Ct>40 PCR tests, and non-testing “diagnosis” together, then confuses day the test report was received for date of onset). But Georgia reports far better quality data.

Here is new cases per day, by symptom onset or date of test.

Note that Georgia peaked on January 4, 2021, and has been droping like a rock ever since. Is mass “vaccination” responsible?

No. Georgia began rolling out the first “vax” — Pfizer — mid-December, 2021, but it was restricted to medical personnel. It wasn’t available to the general public — and then only limited high-risk people — until mid-January when new cases were already in freefall.

“Vaccinations” slowly ramped up and finally peaked on March 25, nearly three months into the new cases powerdive. “Vaccinations” tapered off after that, as new cases continued to drop like a flamed-out F-4.  In fact, in my public health district, they began closing the mass-vax sites… because no one was coming in to get jabbed.

Unless you posit that that nearly all Georgia ChinCOVID cases are attributable to superspreader medical personnel, “vaccinations” were not responsible for the case drop.

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‘Tiz A Puzzlement

I was checking news this morning and saw this.

WTF, ABC? Let’s start with that map showing no state at less than 24% fully vaccinated. Makes you wonder how they derive 10% overall fully vaccinated. And yet the total number fully vaccinated is 107,346,533.

According to the US Census, the US population is currently 328,239,523. Maybe my calculator is broken, because 107,346,533 of 328,239,523 works out to 32.7%, not 10%. But wait…

Did you notice that little down arrow beside the 10%? Or the micro chart showing the number of fully vaccinated people declining? How in fuck can the total number of people vaccinated go down?

Vaccine doses administered per day could go down, but that’s not the label on that table: “Fully Vaccinated“.

There’s no contact info for whomever is maintaining that page, so I can’t ask them, “WTF?” Thusly, I cannot determine whether they are lying, confused, drug-addled, or insane. Or some combination of two or more. It’s ABC after all.

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[UPDATED 7!!] Expect to see a lot more of this: 5,052

Toldja so.

Alaska Health Worker Hospitalized After Experiencing ‘Serious Reaction’ to Pfizer’s Coronavirus Vaccine
The worker had what the New York Times described as a “serious reaction” after receiving the vaccination and remained in the hospital as of Wednesday morning, according to the paper. The worker had “no history of drug allergies,” the Times reported, adding that it remains “unclear whether he or she suffered from other types of allergies, according to one person familiar with the case.”

No, it won’t happen to everyone getting the vaccine. Not even the majority. But it will happen a lot.

Added: Make that TWO people in Alaska, not one. (Oopsie. Three now. See below.)

Added, 12/18: Uh huh.

During our livestream of the vaccinations at CHI Memorial, Nurse Manager Tiffany Dover while speaking to the media about receiving the vaccine mentioned she started feeling dizzy. She fainted, but thankfully one of the doctors behind her caught her.
[…]
The doctors there at CHI Memorial said this is not related to the ingredients in the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
[…]
According to the CDC, fainting can happen after many types of vaccinations and medical procedures. The CDC says although fainting has a variety of possible causes, it is usually triggered by pain or anxiety.

Yeah, right. When I was very, very young, I was terrified of shots. It took multiple people to hold me down for vaccinations. And yet, I never fainted.

Added, 12/19: More.

FDA Says 5 People in US Had Allergic Reactions after Pfizer Shot
Around five recipients of Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE’s COVID-19 vaccine in the United States have had allergic reactions this week, a top U.S. Food and Drug Administration official said on Friday during a press conference.

Dr. Peter Marks, director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said that a chemical called polyetheylene glycol that is an ingredient in both the Pfizer vaccine and the Moderna Inc vaccine authorized on Friday “could be the culprit” causing the reactions.

I’m calling BS on polyethylene glycol being the culprit. That is a common food and drink additive, toothpaste ingredient, and is used in cosmetics and lubricants. If these people had an allergic reaction to polyethylene glycol in the vaccine, they should have had an allergic reaction to bushing their teeth that morning.

Added, 12/20: Alaska again.

Third allergic reaction to COVID-19 vaccine reported in Alaska
A third health care worker in Alaska has suffered an allergic reaction to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. Severe allergic reactions can occur with any vaccine, but are extremely rare.

Apparently not so rare wuth this vaccine.

Added, 12/20, just a few minutes later…

Hospital in Chicago suburb is forced to halt COVID-19 vaccinations after four employees have adverse reaction to the shots
Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville stopped the vaccinations on Friday and will resume them on Sunday.

The unidentified employees experienced reactions that included tingling and elevated heart rate just moments after taking the vaccine, ABC 7 reports.

Just to clear, I am not even looking for adverse reaction reports. I am not seeking this stuff out. This just pops up in my regular news feeds.

Added, 12/20, 10:15AM: I swear, I am not searching these out. It just keeps happening… as I predicted.

Feds issue new guidelines, launch probe to address early allergic reactions to COVID vaccine
CDC guidelines say anyone who has suffered severe reaction should skip second dose. Chemical known as polyethylene glycol suspected.

You probably get more polyethylene glycol in a large Three Muskeers bar than in a diluted 0.3 ml vaccine.

Added, 12/21: Thanks to Sheila in a comment below: 5,052 people have had “Health Impact Events.”

The rate is 2.3% and increasing.

 

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[Updated 2] About that Pfizer mRNA ChinCOVID vaccine

(see update below)

…and why I won’t take it. Or the Moderna version.

Last month, I gave my reasoning, but it was in a private, members-only forum. But I think my comments should be preserved for public posterity.

I’m leery of being an early recipient of a newly developed viral protein coat vaccine, because sometime flaws occur when they scale up production from testing to inoculating a nation. But this…

Instead of injecting a known quantity of a known protein to stimulate an immune response, this tricks the body’s cells into mass producing the proteins. How much? Who knows. It’ll vary widely from individual to individual. Delayed –for days or weeks — anaphylactic shock is a possibility. And that’s if the vaccine is right.

If something bad happens with the nucleotides, that vaccine could potentially tell your body to produce an outright toxic protein. I suspect one of the things the manufacturers like is that this is probably “manufactured” through PCR. They are going to have to be damned careful to avoid any contaminant, any stray RNA, because if the slightest bit of a potentially lethally coding strand gets in there, PCR will happily amplify that, along with the vaccine.

To clarify further: Conventional vaccines like the seasonal flu vaccines use the protein coat of the virus, but without the interior RNA that makes a virus work. So a known amount of a foreign protein is injected, and the body’s immune system sees the protein, recognizes it as foreign, and produces antibodies against that protein. So when/if the actual virus shows up, your body already knows how to recognize it and produce the proper antibodies. And the immune system stores the memory of the antibody for future use, which is why, if you had the smallpox vaccination as a kid, you’re still good to go years later.

The Pfizer/Moderna vaccines don’t use the protein coat. They use messenger RNA. mRNA is the mechanism inside the cell that transfers information from the DNA — about what protein to build — to the ribosomes, which are the “protein factories.”

The mRNA vaccines are custom-built mRNA pre-programmed for viral coat proteins. It enters cells and “hijacks” the ribosomes to trick your body into producing foreign proteins that look like the viral coat. So instead of introducing a known quantity of a foreign protein into the body, the body will start manufacturing foreign proteins in mass quantity.

Allergic reactions are the body reacting to foreign proteins. Anaphylactic shock — potentially deadly if untreated — is the body over-reacting to foreign proteins, or to large quantities of such.

Moving from test trials to mass inoculation, I fear we’ll see a lot of variation in individuals regarding how much proteins are produced. I’m not going to be a bit surprised if we don’t see some people going into anaphylactic shock days — maybe even weeks — after being vaccinated.

Another potential issue is protein coding errors. It would be real shame if you got your shot late in the day when the vaccine — which has to be shipped in dry ice so as to not degrade — has warmed up, and it turned out the degradation caused the mRNA to start coding errors and producing a lethal protein.

YMMV, but I think mRNA vaccines needed a lot more testing before going to mass human use. It’s a neat idea in theory, but I’m not sure enough that it’s ready for primetime to take it.

Added, 12/9: Well, well.

People who suffer ‘significant’ allergic reactions told not to take new Covid-19 vaccine
UK regulators have issued a warning that people who have a history of “significant” allergic reactions should not currently receive the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine.

The warning comes after two NHS staff members who received the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine suffered an allergic reaction, the NHS in England has confirmed.

Added, 12/17: And now that vaccination just started in the US…

It begins.

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Fauci Has Jumped the ChinCOVID Shark

Get this: COVID-19 vaccines won’t prevent COVID -19. Assuming this is being reported accurately.

Fauci: Early Vaccines Only Stop Illness, Won’t Stop Spread
Dr. Anthony Fauci says early vaccines for the novel coronavirus will only prevent symptoms, not block the virus.

“The primary thing you want to do is that if people get infected, prevent them from getting sick, and if you prevent them from getting sick, you will ultimately prevent them from getting seriously ill,” Fauci said at Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit on Monday.

Bull fucking shit.

vaccine: suspension of weakened, killed, or fragmented microorganisms or toxins or of antibodies or lymphocytes that is administered primarily to prevent disease.

A vaccine can confer active immunity against a specific harmful agent by stimulating the immune system to attack the agent. Once stimulated by a vaccine, the antibody-producing cells, called B cells (or B lymphocytes), remain sensitized and ready to respond to the agent should it ever gain entry to the body.

I wasn’t planning to be an early vaccinator anyway. I’ve seen too many cases where early versions had problems that only showed up when widespread vaccinations started; stuff that didn’t turn up during tests, or production errors that changed the vaccine. I was going to wait to see.

But if these fucking morons are planning to approve a “vaccine” that does not confer some degree of immunity, but only prevent symptoms, then I am not going to get it at all.

Fucking quack.

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