Assessment: “If this insanity becomes reality, the overlords won’t have to mandate a thing” …
It’s clear that, like a medical mafia, the government wants to make the offer of COVID-19 “vaccines” an offer you can’t refuse. We’ve already seen thousands of Americans lose their jobs over “vaccine” mandates, an FDA employee caught on video recommending COVID-19 shots be administered involuntarily via blow darts, and Joe Biden et al. trying to turn the unvaccinated into today’s lepers.
Of course, you likely will want to avoid this overt coercion. But not in a way some fear could become reality: self-disseminating vaccines released into nature.
“There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, But the end thereof are the ways of death.” Proverbs 14:12 KJV
Writing at American Thinker yesterday, Jarrad Winter warns of this as a “really scary story to tell in the dark for the rest of Halloween month,” citing a Nature paper by researchers Scott L. Nuismer and James J. Bull about suppressing zoonoses. “Zoonoses” are pathogens that spread between animals and people.
“The SARS-CoV-2 epidemic is merely the most recent demonstration that our current approach to emerging zoonotic infectious disease is ineffective,” the authors wrote last summer. Yet as a possible solution, we “are now poised to begin developing self-disseminating vaccines targeting a wide range of human pathogens, but important decisions remain about how they can be most effectively designed and used to target pathogens with a high risk of spillover and/or emergence,” they explain.
To be clear, Nuismer and Bull don’t appear to be suggesting that this method should be used to involuntarily inoculate people. Rather, they address the possibility of eliminating the threat of zoonose transmission into human populations by “using vaccines capable of autonomously spreading through wild animal reservoirs.”
(Of course, this does nothing to safeguard against lab-crafted viruses. And when the researchers penned their paper, they obviously were unaware that the coronavirus was “man-modified” and thus not a zoonose.)