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Vaccine side affects
LoP Guest
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02-22-2021 07:16 PM

 




Post: #16
RE: Vaccine side affects
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 07:15 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 07:15 PM)
She should get seen by doc if this bad, she could have covid or something else...the vaccine takes time to work and with first jab can be as low as 30% protection. It not a live vaccine so shouldn't give anyone the virus.

As for the DNA stuff idiots keep writing you can not rewrite a persons DNA it is in every cell of your body. Any Cell that is altered will be attacked buy your immune system. This is why transplant patients have to take anti-rejection drugs the rest of their lives.

sorry typo
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02-22-2021 07:42 PM

 




Post: #17
RE: Vaccine side affects
I live in a 65+ retirement community in Florida handpicked by Governor DeSantis to receive the vaccine, folks here has the option of the Moderna or the Pfizer depending on their appointment. No one has complained about severe side-effects. Most of this community will have their 2nd shot on March 2nd. I'm looking forward to it and welcome an end to the restrictions I've placed on myself.

Of course the real difference between 'the science' and 'the conspiracy' is scientists fly helicopters on Mars, while anti-vaxxers share an audience with flat-earthers on anonymous message boards.

Headspin1
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tamarack
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02-22-2021 07:50 PM

 




Post: #18
RE: Vaccine side affects
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 07:42 PM)
I live in a 65+ retirement community in Florida handpicked by Governor DeSantis to receive the vaccine, folks here has the option of the Moderna or the Pfizer depending on their appointment. No one has complained about severe side-effects. Most of this community will have their 2nd shot on March 2nd. I'm looking forward to it and welcome an end to the restrictions I've placed on myself.

Of course the real difference between 'the science' and 'the conspiracy' is scientists fly helicopters on Mars, while anti-vaxxers share an audience with flat-earthers on anonymous message boards.

Headspin1

No, the difference between scientists and conspiracy theorists is simply that
the scientists are government funded and will be considered "essential" workers when the magnetic fields weaken and the poles begin to flip, so
they will be give accommodation in the deep underground military bunkers you've never heard about, while the rest of us are unessential
and will be euthanized by lethal injection.

God bless you though for helping to flatten the curve on population growth.
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02-22-2021 08:10 PM

 




Post: #19
RE: Vaccine side affects
The government of the United Kingdom has been collecting critical safety data on the Pfizer/ BioNTech and Oxford/ AstraZeneca “vaccines,” and the latest report doesn’t paint a pretty picture.

The adverse events are not minor issues that resolve in a day, either. These adverse events can be life-altering, causing stroke, inflammation of the heart, muscle paralysis, blindness, and anaphylaxis shock.
Government continues to downplay rampant vaccine injury and death, perpetrating genocide

https://humansarefree.com/2021/02/uk-gov...blind.html
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02-22-2021 08:32 PM

 




Post: #20
RE: Vaccine side affects
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 11:17 AM)
My mum just had vaccine. She was totally against throughout pandemic until few weeks ago wen she lost her dad. He lived in Australia and she can’t go there unless she had the vaccine. So ended up having it just so she could fly over wen it’s aloud.

She was told she would have very mild side affects. Headache, aches body etc etc

The side affects are allot worse than they said to her. She said she’s that drained she cannot drive, can’t get about the house without being out of breath. Sge said it’s like a truck has hit her

Is that normal


Sounds like bullshit.
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02-22-2021 08:55 PM

 




Post: #21
RE: Vaccine side affects
tamarack  Wrote: (02-22-2021 07:50 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 07:42 PM)
I live in a 65+ retirement community in Florida handpicked by Governor DeSantis to receive the vaccine, folks here has the option of the Moderna or the Pfizer depending on their appointment. No one has complained about severe side-effects. Most of this community will have their 2nd shot on March 2nd. I'm looking forward to it and welcome an end to the restrictions I've placed on myself.

Of course the real difference between 'the science' and 'the conspiracy' is scientists fly helicopters on Mars, while anti-vaxxers share an audience with flat-earthers on anonymous message boards.

Headspin1

No, the difference between scientists and conspiracy theorists is simply that
the scientists are government funded and will be considered "essential" workers when the magnetic fields weaken and the poles begin to flip, so
they will be give accommodation in the deep underground military bunkers you've never heard about, while the rest of us are unessential
and will be euthanized by lethal injection.

God bless you though for helping to flatten the curve on population growth.

It is my pleasure, I'm through with life at any cost, death used to be a signifier of change and was revered with cemeteries in churchyards in the middle of cities, Vikings buried in their ships, the Taj Mahal and the Pyramids . Today capitalism has replaced death's significance with negation... Look around now and see that we are a people who segregate the dead to the outskirts of town because of their presumed value has plummeted and can no longer engender profit.

Someday long after you are dead someone, somewhere will think about you and then no one will ever think of you again for all eternity.
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LoP Guest
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02-22-2021 09:10 PM

 




Post: #22
RE: Vaccine side affects
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 08:10 PM)
The government of the United Kingdom has been collecting critical safety data on the Pfizer/ BioNTech and Oxford/ AstraZeneca “vaccines,” and the latest report doesn’t paint a pretty picture.

The adverse events are not minor issues that resolve in a day, either. These adverse events can be life-altering, causing stroke, inflammation of the heart, muscle paralysis, blindness, and anaphylaxis shock.
Government continues to downplay rampant vaccine injury and death, perpetrating genocide

https://humansarefree.com/2021/02/uk-gov...blind.html

Hmm, 7 sudden deaths reported to the yellow card scheme from 5 million doses of pfizer given to over 75 year olds vs 58,000 covid deaths over the same period of time. If I was 80 I would take the one in a million chance of dying with pfizer rather than the 1 in ten chance of dying with covid.
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02-22-2021 09:21 PM

 




Post: #23
RE: Vaccine side affects
Sound's like Mum is only one since she wasn't old enough to know better to get injected with an unknown substance that is dangerous. Why did Mum's parents consent to a crime committed on her? I know better and so should everyone else, but then I'm five, so a little older and wiser.
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tamarack
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02-22-2021 09:28 PM

 




Post: #24
RE: Vaccine side affects
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:10 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 08:10 PM)
The government of the United Kingdom has been collecting critical safety data on the Pfizer/ BioNTech and Oxford/ AstraZeneca “vaccines,” and the latest report doesn’t paint a pretty picture.

The adverse events are not minor issues that resolve in a day, either. These adverse events can be life-altering, causing stroke, inflammation of the heart, muscle paralysis, blindness, and anaphylaxis shock.
Government continues to downplay rampant vaccine injury and death, perpetrating genocide

https://humansarefree.com/2021/02/uk-gov...blind.html

Hmm, 7 sudden deaths reported to the yellow card scheme from 5 million doses of pfizer given to over 75 year olds vs 58,000 covid deaths over the same period of time. If I was 80 I would take the one in a million chance of dying with pfizer rather than the 1 in ten chance of dying with covid.

Life expectancy is what, 74?

At 80 years old, no matter what, there is a Mack truck screaming down the highway of life heading right for your rocking chair.
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02-22-2021 09:31 PM

 




Post: #25
RE: Vaccine side affects
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 08:32 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 11:17 AM)
My mum just had vaccine. She was totally against throughout pandemic until few weeks ago wen she lost her dad. He lived in Australia and she can’t go there unless she had the vaccine. So ended up having it just so she could fly over wen it’s aloud.

She was told she would have very mild side affects. Headache, aches body etc etc

The side affects are allot worse than they said to her. She said she’s that drained she cannot drive, can’t get about the house without being out of breath. Sge said it’s like a truck has hit her

Is that normal


Sounds like bullshit.

yes. More importantly, why did they pin this bullshit?
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02-22-2021 09:38 PM

 




Post: #26
RE: Vaccine side affects
tamarack  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:28 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:10 PM)
Hmm, 7 sudden deaths reported to the yellow card scheme from 5 million doses of pfizer given to over 75 year olds vs 58,000 covid deaths over the same period of time. If I was 80 I would take the one in a million chance of dying with pfizer rather than the 1 in ten chance of dying with covid.

Life expectancy is what, 74?

At 80 years old, no matter what, there is a Mack truck screaming down the highway of life heading right for your rocking chair.

It's 81 in the UK, we have the NHS Wink

If you are 80 and otherwise in reasonable health you will be looking forward to another 10 or even 15 years so you probably don't want to be taken next month by covid if you can help it. Remember if whole population life expectancy is 81 that doesn't mean that everyone who has made it to 80 will all drop dead within the next year. For an 80 year old in the UK, average life expectancy is 90 years.

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationa...2019-06-07
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02-22-2021 09:41 PM

 




Post: #27
RE: Vaccine side affects
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:10 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 08:10 PM)
The government of the United Kingdom has been collecting critical safety data on the Pfizer/ BioNTech and Oxford/ AstraZeneca “vaccines,” and the latest report doesn’t paint a pretty picture.

The adverse events are not minor issues that resolve in a day, either. These adverse events can be life-altering, causing stroke, inflammation of the heart, muscle paralysis, blindness, and anaphylaxis shock.
Government continues to downplay rampant vaccine injury and death, perpetrating genocide

https://humansarefree.com/2021/02/uk-gov...blind.html

Hmm, 7 sudden deaths reported to the yellow card scheme from 5 million doses of pfizer given to over 75 year olds vs 58,000 covid deaths over the same period of time. If I was 80 I would take the one in a million chance of dying with pfizer rather than the 1 in ten chance of dying with covid.

The needs of the many out way the needs of the few or the one..Their are risks with any vaccine as long as they tell people these risks then that's ok. Many die every year during small operations due to complications, do we stop them?
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tamarack
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02-22-2021 09:53 PM

 




Post: #28
RE: Vaccine side affects
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:38 PM)
tamarack  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:28 PM)
Life expectancy is what, 74?

At 80 years old, no matter what, there is a Mack truck screaming down the highway of life heading right for your rocking chair.

It's 81 in the UK, we have the NHS Wink

If you are 80 and otherwise in reasonable health you will be looking forward to another 10 or even 15 years so you probably don't want to be taken next month by covid if you can help it. Remember if whole population life expectancy is 81 that doesn't mean that everyone who has made it to 80 will all drop dead within the next year. For an 80 year old in the UK, average life expectancy is 90 years.

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationa...2019-06-07

That's certainly an out-of-date estimate, soon to be revised.

One thing about our elders, they lived through some desperate times.
The ones who survived were pretty hardy folks.
They survived war, depressions, food shortages, and diseases by building
natural immunity factors.

The middle aged people these days you could knock over with a feather.
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02-22-2021 09:59 PM

 




Post: #29
RE: Vaccine side affects
tamarack  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:53 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:38 PM)
It's 81 in the UK, we have the NHS Wink

If you are 80 and otherwise in reasonable health you will be looking forward to another 10 or even 15 years so you probably don't want to be taken next month by covid if you can help it. Remember if whole population life expectancy is 81 that doesn't mean that everyone who has made it to 80 will all drop dead within the next year. For an 80 year old in the UK, average life expectancy is 90 years.

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationa...2019-06-07

That's certainly an out-of-date estimate, soon to be revised.

One thing about our elders, they lived through some desperate times.
The ones who survived were pretty hardy folks.
They survived war, depressions, food shortages, and diseases by building
natural immunity factors.

The middle aged people these days you could knock over with a feather.

Certainly getting fatter. Only 1 in 5 over 45s are in the normal weight band in the UK. That's pretty sad and the second biggest covid risk factor after age.
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02-22-2021 11:35 PM

 




Post: #30
RE: Vaccine side affects
tamarack  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:53 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:38 PM)
It's 81 in the UK, we have the NHS Wink

If you are 80 and otherwise in reasonable health you will be looking forward to another 10 or even 15 years so you probably don't want to be taken next month by covid if you can help it. Remember if whole population life expectancy is 81 that doesn't mean that everyone who has made it to 80 will all drop dead within the next year. For an 80 year old in the UK, average life expectancy is 90 years.

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationa...2019-06-07

That's certainly an out-of-date estimate, soon to be revised.

One thing about our elders, they lived through some desperate times.
The ones who survived were pretty hardy folks.
They survived war, depressions, food shortages, and diseases by building
natural immunity factors.

The middle aged people these days you could knock over with a feather.

So very true mate. The Uk has become a nation of pussies.
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