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OPINION

Don’t Let Them Jab Your Healthy Kids

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Frankly, it’s appalling to see how fanatically eager some parents are to inject their children with the experimental gene therapy, like so many lab rats.

Hyperbole, you say? Conspiracy theory? Don’t take my word for it. Here’s one of the trained seals at the FDA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pfizer, Inc., as that august body “debated” approving the shots for kids: “We’re never going to learn how safe the vaccine is unless we start giving it and that’s just the way it goes. That’s how we found out about complications of other vaccines.”

Thank you, Dr. Pelosi.

A curious and alarming inversion has taken place in American society. Several years ago, I read about a tragic train derailment somewhere in the Deep South. Several cars plunged into a bayou and many people drowned. Divers sent to retrieve the bodies found one young mother still clutching her small child by the heels. Apparently, she had struggled to hold the little girl above the rising water level even as she herself drowned.

These days, many parents seem to be clambering up onto their children’s shoulders, desperate to save themselves.

Because, make no mistake, that is largely what is driving this insane push to inoculate pre-adolescents: adults’ irrational fear—not for their children, who are at virtually no risk from the virus, but for themselves. And by “adults,” I mean not just parents but teachers, school administrators, doctors, and others who ought to be protecting kids, not their own miserable skins.

There are, of course, other factors at play—namely, Big Pharma's astronomical profits and the fact that Fauci, et al. must eradicate any potential control group that might eventually reveal their folly. But mostly we’re just talking about supposed grownups being scared out of their minds.

Such fears are irrational because, not only are children not at great risk, but they’re also not primary vectors. We thought, at the beginning, they might be, which at the time was a reasonable concern. But we have since collected reams of data from the US and elsewhere showing that’s not the case. I won’t rehearse all the evidence here because most readers are already quite familiar with it. But if not, you can easily find it at places like RationalGround.com.

Nevertheless, we persist in treating children as if they pose a grave threat to adults, each other, and the community—isolating them, covering their faces, and now insisting they be inoculated with a drug they don’t need and that might actually endanger them.

Again, you don’t have to believe me. Take it from famed Yale epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch, who up until about 18 months ago was one of the most respected scientists in the world, before he came out as a covid realist. Here’s what the good doctor said in a recent interview when asked about the jabs for children:

“If the child has chronic conditions that make their risk appreciable, then there’s reason they should be considered for vaccination. Other than that, if it were my child, I would homeschool them….On the average, the benefit is higher for homeschooling than it is for vaccination and being in school.”

In other words, if your kid has a condition that makes them more susceptible to the virus, maybe you should consider getting them inoculated. Otherwise, the jab poses enough of a risk to healthy children that you should take them out of school before subjecting them to it.

Unfortunately, there may be an even greater danger here—one that affects not just individual children but society. That is the long-recognized scientific phenomenon known as “Original Antigenic Sin,” as explained by eugyppius on Substack.

(No doubt Covidians will mock me for citing pseudonymous sources. However, they are the ones who have driven so many honest scientists and doctors underground to protect their careers and livelihoods. If you have doubts about people like eugyppius and el gato malo, read them for yourself and decide if they seem credible.)

Simply put, OAS means an individual will generally form antibodies to the first version of a virus they encounter, which might not work as well against future versions—especially with viruses that are highly prone to mutation. This explains why we keep getting colds throughout our lives and why the flu shot must be updated each year—and still isn’t very effective.

It might also explain why covid infection rates in many countries are now higher among the “vaccinated” than the “unvaccinated.” The inoculations were formulated for the original strain of the virus and appear much less “efficacious” against the Delta variant.

On the other hand, a cold is just a cold, and even most flu strains aren’t especially dangerous. That’s because, over time, humans develop what eugyppius calls “layered immunity” by being repeatedly exposed to various versions of a virus. The danger of mass inoculation, eugyppius says—especially among children—is that it can short-circuit this natural process:

“The most dangerous thing to do, at this point, would be to vaccinate children. The virus is not a threat to them, and if they are infected by the new forms of SARS-2 that are sure to emerge every winter, we will begin to establish—through them and the unvaccinated—the layered immunity that is the only way of coming to terms with SARS-2 in the longer term. As long as the vaccinators are allowed to continue their radical and increasingly insane campaign, though, nothing will improve. Indeed, their policies threaten to bring about a semi-permanent state of pandemic for generations to come.”

Clearly, inoculating your children is neither in their best interests nor in society’s.

So what can you do if their schools insist? Take Dr. Risch’s advice and pull them out. Homeschool--or at least threaten to unless policy-makers reconsider. After all, what better time? Because, remember: This week, November 1 – 5, is National Get Your Kids Out of the Government Schools Week.

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