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You will NEVER be 'fully vaccinated'

It's time everyone realised they are chasing an impossible goal that will be pushed back over the horizon, forever.
The infinite vaccine loop

Yesterday, in a statement to Parliament on the UK's planned "vaccine passport", Health Secretary Sajid Javid admitted the NHS Pass would require three shots for you to be considered "fully vaccinated".
"Once all adults have had a reasonable chance to get their booster jab, we intend to change this exemption to require a booster dose,"
While many of us predicted this would be the case, it is the first time any British politician has actually said it out loud, and in front of parliament too.

This incredibly cynical "evolving definition" of "fully vaccinated" is not a new phenomenon, and is not isolated to the UK either.

Israel changed their definition of "fully vaccinated" to include the booster months ago. New Zealand's ministry of health is "considering" doing the same, as is Australia.

The EU isn't far behind either, with proposals in place to make travel dependent on having a third dose.

The US hasn't formally adopted a new definition yet, but you'd have to be blind not to see the signs. Just yesterday the LA Times headlined:
Should the definition of 'fully vaccinated' be changed to include a booster shot?
An article on Kaiser Health News asks the same thing.

Tony Fauci is quoted in the Independent as saying it's only a matter of time before the definition is updated:
"It's going to be a matter of when, not if" getting a booster shot will be considered being "fully vaccinated," Dr Fauci said.
Opinion pieces are already appearing asking "is it safe to hangout with the unboosted"? (This headline was so unpopular, the Atlantic changed it only a couple of hours after it was published).


WHO science officials: Omicron spreading faster but not exactly sure why

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The Omicron coronavirus variant is more transmissible than the Delta strain and reduces vaccine efficacy but causes less severe symptoms according to early data, the World Health Organization said Sunday.

The Delta variant, first identified in India earlier this year, is responsible for most of the world's coronavirus infections.

But South Africa's discovery of Omicron — which has a large number of mutations — last month prompted countries around the world to impose travel bans on southern African countries and reintroduce domestic restrictions to slow its spread.

Comment: More fearmongering.

Omicron doesn't "make the jabs less effective". The jabs are tightly aimed at particular features of one strain or another. As omicron represents a slightly different profile than the narrow one the 'boosters' are targeting, of course the jab will be less effective. Another argument for allowing natural immunity to function. One's natural immune system takes a more comprehensive structural inventory of an infectious agent, thus it's more easily able recognize and deal with subsequent variants.

Nature knows what it is doing.

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Omicron appears to 'evade' some protection from COVID vaccines, Fauci says

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Anthony Fauci said that while the new COVID-19 variant appears to evade the average COVID-19 vaccine, Booster shots have been helping to deal with the virus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday said "sobering" preliminary studies show the Omicron variant of COVID-19 appears to evade some of the protection provided by vaccines.

But the White House chief medical adviser added that at least booster shots appear to help increase efficacy against the variant.

"The thing that's important is that [Omicron] appears to be able to evade some of the immune protection of things like monoclonal antibodies, convalescent plasma and the antibodies that are induced by vaccines. That's the sobering news," Fauci told ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos on "This Week."

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Objective:Health - 1 in 40 US Children Affected by Autism - CDC

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With the talk of the pseudo-pandemic dominating the headlines for the last 2 years, other important health topics have been brushed aside (and the O:H team have been guilty of this as well). But recently the CDC quietly released their regularly updated autism prevalence numbers to the public. By their estimates, autism now affects 1 in 40 US children.

Remember autism? Remember how the numbers have been dramatically rising for years, yet researchers interested in maintaining the status quo have continued to blame it on 'better diagnostic tools'? Remember how despite their denials, we're staring down the barrel of an autism epidemic and will soon face a society with a massive proportion of the population unable to function normally? Remember that?

Well, we remember. Join us for this episode of Objective:Health for a rousing discussion about the building wave of autism on the planet - where it comes from, where it's going and what can be done about it.

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Pfizer documents reveal variety of vaccine side effects

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Documents released by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reveal that drugmaker Pfizer recorded nearly 160,000 adverse reactions to its Covid-19 vaccine in the initial months of its rollout.

The documents were obtained by a group of doctors, professors, and journalists calling themselves Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency, who filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the FDA for their release.

The first tranche of documents reveal that, as of February 2021, when Pfizer's shot was being rolled out worldwide on an emergency basis, the drugmaker had compiled more than 42,000 case reports detailing nearly 160,000 adverse reactions to the jab.

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Another study finds natural immunity protects better against infection than the Pfizer vaccine

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At the end of August, a study was published showing that natural immunity provides much better protection against infection than the Pfizer vaccine. It was described by UCL's Francois Balloux as "a bit of a bombshell".

Subsequent studies have compared natural and vaccine-induced immunity at the cellular level. One found that infection-induced antibodies "exhibited superior stability and cross-variant neutralisation breadth" than vaccine-induced antibodies, suggesting that people who'd already been infected had better immunity against the then-novel Delta variant.

However, as I noted in my write-up of the "bombshell" study, its findings still needed to be replicated. After all, certain datasets or methods of analysis can sometimes yield quirky results, which don't survive independent empirical tests.

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New Zealand bans smoking by raising the age to buy cigarettes every year

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A man smokes on a street in Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021.
New Zealand's government believes it has come up with a unique plan to end tobacco smoking - a lifetime ban for those aged 14 or younger.

Under a new law the government announced Thursday and plans to pass next year, the minimum age to buy cigarettes would keep rising year after year.

That means, in theory at least, 65 years after the law takes effect, shoppers could still buy cigarettes - but only if they could prove they were at least 80 years old.

Comment: Since the 'pandemic' has revealed New Zealand to be a tyrannical police state, it seems they're getting more bold in their fascism. It will be interesting to see, once smoking is all but non-existent in New Zealand, what they'll make into the new whipping boy for rising cases of lung cancer. The unvaccinated, maybe?

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UK Data: Vaxxed still seeing HIGHER infection rates than unvaxxed!

From our colleague Don Wolt - his December 9th update:

UK infection rates among fully vaxxed remain HIGHER vs the unvaxxed in most adult cohorts. Both vaxxed and unvaxxed of all ages continue to get infected and spread - and in many age groups, the vaxxed much more so - rendering vaxx passports and mandates pointless.

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  • The chart shows infection RATES, not absolute numbers.
  • The rates are among the distinct populations, Vaxxed and Unvaxxed, for each age cohort.
  • The bars represent data from successive weekly UKHSA/PHE reports, with the most recent week on the right of each age cluster.


Monsanto to plead guilty to illegal pesticide use in Hawaii, pay $12 million in fines

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Monsanto crew members count corn sprouts in a field of test hybrids in a breeding nursery near Kihei, Hawaii, on Sept. 10, 2014.
The agrochemical company "repeatedly violated laws related to highly regulated chemicals, exposing people to pesticides that can cause serious health problems," an official said.

The Monsanto agrochemical company said Thursday in court documents that it has agreed to plead guilty to illegally using and storing pesticides in Hawaii and will pay $12 million in fines.

The court filing said Monsanto agreed to plead guilty to 30 environmental crimes after workers were allowed to go into corn fields last year on Oahu after glufosinate ammonium-based product named Forfeit 280 was sprayed on the fields.

Comment: Keep in mind that $12 million in fines is nothing to a company like Monsanto. They're probably pleading guilty because it's not worth their time, or the money, to fight it. And knowing Monsanto, the "serial violator of federal environmental laws" will probably do it again in a heartbeat.

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CDC chief says omicron mostly mild so far

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Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, poses during an interview with The Associated Press on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2021, in Atlanta. More than 40 cases of the omicron variant have been reported in the U.S. so far, with most of them people who were vaccinated and nearly all of them suffering only mild illness, Walensky said Wednesday.
More than 40 people in the U.S. have been found to be infected with the omicron variant so far, and more than three-quarters of them had been vaccinated, the chief of the CDC said Wednesday. But she said nearly all of them were only mildly ill.

In an interview with The Associated Press, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the data is very limited and the agency is working on a more detailed analysis of what the new mutant form of the coronavirus might hold for the U.S.

"What we generally know is the more mutations a variant has, the higher level you need your immunity to be. ... We want to make sure we bolster everybody's immunity. And that's really what motivated the decision to expand our guidance," Walensky said, referencing the recent approval of boosters for all adults.

Comment: All indications are that the omicron variant is mild and nothing to be afraid of. And yet the mainstream media has not slowed on its hyperbolic reporting on its "danger". From Bloomberg:
The omicron variant of Covid-19 is 4.2 times more transmissible in its early stage than delta, according to a study by a Japanese scientist who advises the country's health ministry, a finding likely to confirm fears about the new strain's contagiousness.

Hiroshi Nishiura, a professor of health and environmental sciences at Kyoto University who specializes in mathematical modeling of infectious diseases, analyzed genome data available through November 26 in South Africans in Gauteng province.

"The omicron variant transmits more, and escapes immunity built naturally and through vaccines more," Nishiura said in his findings, which were presented at a meeting of the health ministry's advisory panel on Wednesday.
What one should keep in mind when reading reports of how transmissible this variant is, is that they're basically talking about a cold. Has the transmissibility of a cold ever been front page news before? Researchers racing to try and find out more about a cold? Countries putting severe restrictions on travel due to a cold? Has Christmas ever been cancelled because people might catch a cold?

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