It takes me back to the pre-pandemic times of 2007-8. One would say that was a good lesson not to be repeated again, but the current circumstances suggest that either we forgot or we became dumber. In either case it would be only wise to pay attention to the composition of vaccines when we inject them to the blood stream of almost every newborn on our planet. Just reminding that around 65% of a vaccine is unaccounted for.
The Global Vaccination Summit under the auspices of the European Union alarms all thinking, educated minds to finally bring intelligence to the whole process, otherwise the future of humanity will end up half unconscious in healthcare facilities, free of measles – no guaranties unless re-vaccinated every 3 months.
The European Commission organises, in cooperation with the World Health Organisation, a Global Vaccination Summit on 12 September 2019, in Brussels.
The event takes place under the joint auspices of the European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker and WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. The overall objective is to give high level visibility and political endorsement to the topic of vaccination and issue a statement to endorse and promote the benefits of vaccination as the most successful public health measure that saves millions of lives every year. It will demonstrate EU leadership for global commitment to vaccination, boost political commitment towards eliminating vaccine preventable diseases and engage political leaders and leaders from scientific, medical, industry, philanthropic and civil society.
One would say that after reading all available scientific analyses of vaccine compositions, of brain reactions to heavy metals taken together with billions of dollars paid each year by the governments to cover the medical and social expenses connected with learning disabilities of the new generations, any normal authority would stop this nonsense and let the children’s maladies proceed peacefully as before.
I read a quote of Mr. Planck today:
“So many of us are so conditioned as to what we ‘believe’ that we would rather die ‘believing’ in something than have the courage to ‘explore and know’ that we really ‘know very little’.”
That applies to all of us, is it not….