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You don't say? Pfizer says 2 jabs not enough against Omicron

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Two doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech jab might not be enough to protect people against the Covid-19 Omicron strain, the US pharma giant said, citing its own study and adding that one more booster shot could still do the trick.


Comment: Until they decide that one more booster won't do the trick and say you need another booster. In case you didn't notice, this never ends.


The vaccine developed together by the American and German manufacturers appears to be 25 times less effective against the Omicron variant than it is against the original Covid-19 strain, the US company said on Wednesday in a press release, citing the results of its own "initial" study.

Sera from individuals who received two doses of the vaccine demonstrate "more than a 25-fold reduction in neutralization titers against the Omicron variant" compared to the original strain, the press release said. The company still believes that its jab is capable of providing some level of protection against "severe form of the disease" since most of the virus parts targeted by the vaccine-induced T-cells have not mutated in the Omicron strain.

Comment: Not only is it "no more severe than any other Covid-19 strain," most reports are calling it "mild" and there have yet to be any deaths reported. The above is all scare tactics to get more jabs in arms, when the reality of the situation is that the dreaded Omicron variant is no more of a threat than a cold.

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Highly processed vegan meat alternatives can't compare with the real deal

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Consumers expect innovative products that help them put more vegetables onto their plates, not copycats that mimic meat badly.
I wouldn't want to be a Veganuary propagandist this January. Even though they can rely on a blizzard of media coverage feeding the fantasy that mock meats are storming our shelves and blitzing meat out of existence, meat sales are resolutely up.

Analysis by New Nutrition Business shows in the UK we spent an extra £600m on meat in 2021 compared to 2020. That's up 5.3% in sales value. Early data from The Grocer's Top Products Survey, due to be published later this month, also indicates an increase in retail sales.

Anti-meat lobbyists' mission to halve our meat consumption by 2030 looks futile. US analysts have set a ceiling for meat alternative sales at 2% of the true meat equivalent. In the UK, says New Nutrition Business, its best hope is becoming a "big niche".

Comment: Proving once again that there are limits to how far people will take on an imposed ideology - one of those limits being their plates.

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Canadian drugmaker says its plant-based COVID-19 vaccine is effective

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A Canadian drugmaker said its plant-based COVID-19 vaccine showed strong protection against the virus and will soon seek authorization at home and elsewhere.

Medicago announced Tuesday that its two-dose vaccine was 71% effective at preventing COVID-19 infection in a large, late-stage study that included several variants including the delta variant. The company's results did not include the emerging omicron variant, which wasn't circulating during the study period.

The Quebec City company said it will seek Canadian approval "imminently" and has also begun the process to file with regulators in the U.S., U.K. and other countries. The company said it's also preparing to send its data to the World Health Organization.

Comment: It would be interesting to hear more about the technology used to create this vaccine and how it actually works. Given that the spike protein itself is toxic, it doesn't sound like this vaccine will be any safer than other viral vector varieties (although it may be safer than the mRNA shots). For now, the "plant-based" shtick sounds like a marketing gimmick.

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Australia approves COVID vaccine for children aged 5-11

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Australia on Sunday cleared the first COVID-19 vaccine for children aged five to 11, with the next stage of its vaccine rollout expected to start in early 2022.

Health Minister Greg Hunt said medical regulators had granted provisional approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to be administered to younger children for the first time.

It follows similar decisions in the European Union, the United States, Israel and Canada.

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Objective:Health - In The News: Pfizer Vaccine Injury Data | Masks Still Don't Work | Post Pandemic Stress Disorder

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It's time for another "In the News" show here at Objective:Health, where we scan the headlines for the latest in health news.

On a previous show we detailed how the FDA had weaseled a judge into releasing the Pfizer vaccine trial data that lead them to approve the vaccine in a slow drip over the course of 55 years - 500 pages per month of 329,000+ pages available. Well, that data release has begun, and boy does it not look good. There were a shocking number of adverse events in the trials, including many deaths. But the FDA approved it anyway.

Similarly, a big study on the effectiveness of masks, which was touted in the media as being the largest study to date showing masks are effective at stopping viral spread, have finally released their data. Overall, despite the fact that the study included large populations, the difference between the experimental and control groups came down to 20 people. That's hardly an effective intervention!

And finally, we cover the latest in the media campaign to blame coronary events on everything but Covid vaccines - Post Pandemic Stress Disorder. That's right, people are collapsing from heart attacks because they're stressed out by the pandemic, not because they were injected with an experimental gene therapy.

Join us on this edition of Objective:Health where we discuss all of the above and more!

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Oops. No more Moderna doses for young men, after millions already given

Moderna Vaccine
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The Moderna experimental therapy is no longer recommended for young men
After millions of young Canadian men have been injected with millions of doses of Moderna, it's now recommended those between 12-29 no longer do so, says Blacklock's Reporter.

The National Advisory Committee on Immunization cited a rare but troubling incidence of heart inflammation for their reasoning.

Comment: Considering how many people were coerced into being vaccinated, this is an appalling situation. At the least they should be apologising for using drugs that have no long term safety data. At best they should stop using these mRNA vaccines completely.

The report was quite reassuring though. Apparently it is nothing to worry about for the young men already vaccinated. After all most of them recover after 3 months. Well, at least 91% of them do. No idea what happened to the other 9%, one can assume they didn't recover.


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Vaccines Are Pushing Pathogens to Evolve

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Matthew J. Jones, a research assistant at Pennsylvania State University, takes a sample of dust collected from a chicken farm to test it for signs of the virus that causes Marek’s disease, an infection common among poultry. Some evidence suggests that the virus that causes the disease is becoming immune to yet another version of the vaccine that controls it.
Just as antibiotics breed resistance in bacteria, vaccines can incite changes that enable diseases to escape their control. Researchers are working to head off the evolution of new threats.

Andrew Read became a scientist so he could spend more time in nature, but he never imagined that would mean a commercial chicken farm. Read, a disease ecologist who directs the Pennsylvania State University Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics, and his research assistant Chris Cairns meandered their way through a hot, humid, pungent-smelling barn teeming with 30,000 young broiler chickens deep in the Pennsylvania countryside. Covered head to toe in white coveralls, the two men periodically stopped and crouched, collecting dust from the ground with gloved hands. Birds squawked and scuttered away. The men transferred the dust into small plastic tubes, which they capped and placed in plastic bags to bring back to the laboratory. "Funny where science leads you," Read said.

Read and his colleagues are studying how the herpesvirus that causes Marek's disease — a highly contagious, paralyzing and ultimately deadly ailment that costs the chicken industry more than $2 billion a year — might be evolving in response to its vaccine. Its latest vaccine, that is. Marek's disease has been sickening chickens globally for over a century; birds catch it by inhaling dust laden with viral particles shed in other birds' feathers. The first vaccine was introduced in 1970, when the disease was killing entire flocks. It worked well, but within a decade, the vaccine mysteriously began to fail; outbreaks of Marek's began erupting in flocks of inoculated chickens. A second vaccine was licensed in 1983 in the hopes of solving the problem, yet it, too, gradually stopped working. Today, the poultry industry is on its third vaccine. It still works, but Read and others are concerned it might one day fail, too — and no fourth-line vaccine is waiting. Worse, in recent decades, the virus has become more deadly.

Comment: If they realy want to develop vaccines that will not harm people and will actually protect the vulnerable categories in society, the scientistic community will have to acknowledge all faults od the materialistic Darwinian dogma and start to research more about the intelligent design theory that will give them a better perspective how life evolves and changes in nature.

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Ignore the MSM hype: WHO has no reports yet of Omicron Covid deaths

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The World Health Organization said Friday it had not seen any reports of deaths relating to the new Omicron variant of Covid-19.

The WHO said it was collecting evidence about the variant of concern (VOC), as countries around the world scramble to stop it from spreading. But despite a growing number of countries registering infections with the new variant, no deaths have yet been reported to the UN health agency.

"I have not seen reports of Omicron-related deaths yet," WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier told reporters in Geneva.

"We're collecting all the evidence and we will find much more evidence as we go along.

Comment: On the other hand New York Post reports that it appears the more shot one takes, possibly the more susceptible one it is to the omicron variant:
A total of 134 cases of Omicron were confirmed in the UK as of Friday night, the Guardian reported.

The quick spike in infections came amid a report from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) indicating that the first 22 Omicron cases in England were people that had gotten two shots of a coronavirus vaccine

Of those, 12 cases occurred more than 14 days after the individual had received at least two doses of vaccine. Two cases were more than 28 days after a first dose of vaccine. Six were unvaccinated, while two had no available data.

No one has died or been hospitalized yet among the new cases involving Omicron, the Guardian reported. But UKHSA officials issued a statement saying that "most of the cases have a specimen date that is very recent and that there is a lag between onset of infection and hospitalization and death."


Gah! It's almost like they're hoping for them. Gotta keep that fear level ramped.


The UKHSA issued its highest "red" alert against the virus given its potential to evade both vaccine and naturally acquired immunity.

UKHSA also said Omicron could reduce the effectiveness of monoclonal antibody treatments.

In Scotland, Omicron cases increased by 16 in the past 24 hours to 29, a significant jump on the three cases identified the previous day.
But that won't stop the CDC and its minions from trying to use it anyway:


Attention

Do Covid injections compromise natural immunity?

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People as Software Platforms

A few months ago, I wrote an article about the war on natural immunity and ability, in which I discussed how we were being ushered toward a subscription model under which we would have to obtain a life-time subscription to the artificial immunity service — with boosters from here into infinity.

The notion of a life-time subscription to an artificial immunity service is dystopian, and I was hoping to be wrong. But alas, the messaging around the need for boosters due to waning immunity seems to indicate that this is where we are heading, unless we don't participate.

The model is based on the "Blue Ocean Strategy," which is a business strategy that "proposes creating a brand new market out of thin air and dominating it (a blue ocean) — as opposed to trying to compete in an existing market (an ocean red with blood)."

For example, when the internet was introduced into commercial use, it was a brand new market and a "blue ocean," since no such market had existed prior. The introduction of the internet created a whole new "space" that could be monetized in different ways.

Today's new commercial frontier is the biological realm and the human body, "body as a platform." In today's market terms, the human body has the market potential of a natural resource. You know how they say that data is the new oil? If data is the new oil, then we are all data hosts, and we can look forward to being treated like oil reserves.

"Here's how it applies to natural immunity. A healthy person with a natural immunity might be a happy person — but to a 2021 biotech entrepreneur, who views the human body as a market to dominate, he is a sheer insult. From the standpoint of that entrepreneur, replacing the default natural immunity of the past millions years with a fully artificial tool that requires a 'subscription' throughout one's entire lifetime (see 'variants' and 'boosters') is desirable.

Replacing the default natural immunity with an artificial tool is a very successful case of creating a brand new market ('artificial immunity market') out of air. A life-long subscription to artificial immunity, with an ever-expanding range of necessary 'upgrades' is a lot more profitable than some traditional shop selling vitamins. Even better, if artificial immunity destroys the natural immunity, customer loyalty is guaranteed."

At the time when my article about the war on natural immunity was published, it was still unclear if COVID injections had the potential to undermine our natural broad-spectrum natural immunity. It seems like it would be "good for business" in a psychopathic world but I didn't really want to think in that direction, it was too dark. Since then, however, a number of studies came out, and they look alarming.

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WHO says no reports of Omicron Covid deaths yet

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World Health Organization
The World Health Organization said Friday it had not seen any reports of deaths relating to the new Omicron variant of Covid-19.

The WHO said it was collecting evidence about the variant of concern (VOC), as countries around the world scramble to stop it from spreading. But despite a growing number of countries registering infections with the new variant, no deaths have yet been reported to the UN health agency.

WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier told reporters in Geneva:
"I have not seen reports of Omicron-related deaths yet. We're collecting all the evidence and we will find much more evidence as we go along. The more countries... keep testing people, and looking specifically into the Omicron variant, we will also find more cases, more information, and, hopefully not, but also possibly deaths."
While Omicron has rattled the world, Lindmeier also urged people to be mindful of the Delta variant, which accounts for 99.8 percent of sequences uploaded to the GISAID global science initiative with specimens collected in the last 60 days.
"Omicron may be on the rise, and we may come to a point where it takes over to be the dominant variant, but at this point, the very dominant variant remains Delta. The restrictions that were put into place in many countries just two weeks ago -- economical closures again, lockdowns in some areas, closures of Christmas markets in parts of Europe -- this was done before Omicron because of a rise of Delta cases. Let's not lose sight of this."
The spokesman urged people to use proven measures protect themselves against Delta -- and thereby against Omicron.