It’s not my best work, but I figure that getting it out now rather than later is preferable. The main meat of this is condensing the legitimacy argument of my EO-rejection into the first inside-page and expanding on the religious-objection on the back cover:
• This product has not been approved or licensed by FDA, but has been authorized for emergency use by FDA, under an EUA to prevent Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) for use in individuals 12 years of age and older;
This EUA will be effective until the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of the emergency use of drugs and biological products during the COVID-19 pandemic is terminated under Section 564(b)(2) of the Act or the EUA is revoked under Section 564(g) of the Act.
So, it is obvious that there is no actual approval for the product; and how could there be? The first paragraph of the FDA’s mission statement is:
The Food and Drug Administration is responsible for protecting the public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices; and by ensuring the safety of our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.
How, one might ask, could the FDA approve a product which has not completed its clinical trials and still even pretend to care about safety or efficacy? — You see the Phase 3 trial end-dates are in 2022 and 2023; see below:
And what about the tainting of the control-group, as reported by NPR (Archive), which destroy the long-term study’s validity: the whole point of a “control group” is to be able to measure any difference your experiment/trial made.
The only sense this makes is when you adopt a cynical or paranoid filter: this is the spoliation and destruction of evidence… they were hoping to have so many “vaccinated” with their gene therapy that there would be no significant group of unvaccinated to compare against. — Do not submit, stand strong and reject any mandates.
Today there was a bomb-threat, at the Library of Congress — allegedly with a pickup-truck containing a toolbox full of Tannerite, driven by a “veteran” and “Trump-supporter” discontent with the situation in Afghanistan… how lucky is it that they put out a Terror Advisory matching this and historic “Right–Wing Terrorism” profiles recently? Almost as if it were on-cue.
Of course it really helps when you’re funding, planning, and directing the whole operation. In fact, it really brings up the ‘effectiveness’ metric for your “anti-terrorism” operations when you’re the one planning, funding, and enacting the whole “terrorism” plot in the first place. — Remember that ridiculous “Kidnap Governor Whitmer” plot? As soon as I heard it I knew something was off, it was just too convenient, and the way it was spun was more like “…and that’s why citizen revolts (and militias) are wrong!” — Well, it turns out that many (most?) of the people involved in that whole thing were FBI agents or informants and the FBI is trying to deny the defense access to evidence for their entrapment case. (Don’t be surprised if you hear they destroyed evidence in the future.) — So, given all this, I would be unsurprised to learn that the FBI is insanely jealous of both Hollywood and the MSM and the ability to just produce a story.
Going back to Afghanistan, remember how their army said they were betrayed, ordered to stand down by their leadership? And remember that clip of Afghani people riding the plane, and the outrage of people over the falling bodies? Well, turns out that the one they were riding may have been a prop, like the balloon-army we used in WWII, which means the whole “bodies falling” may have been a complete fabrication and more evidence that our own military leadership has betrayed us.
It’s starting to look like everything is fake and gay.
Have you ever seen something and you just know what’s going to happen? — This happened to me when I was seeing a barrage of articles about the Taliban offensive in Afghanistan as the US withdraws, to include capturing materiel: humvees, artillery, Blackhawk helicopters, weapons-caches (armories), and so on. I thought ‘this is odd’, and put it out of my mind… until I remembered something and everything ‘clicked’ into place.
This year is the 20TH anniversary of the 9/11 attack, and this? …this is setting the stage for another 9/11. One where they’re going to have “terrorists” operating US military equipment killing US civilians, trying to ignite “The War on Terror” for a whole new generation that knows nothing of what things were like before 9/11.
The leaving of materiel is key to this realization: I was in the Army —National Guard to be precise— and losing your personal weapon (M–16, M–4, etc) carries some stiff punishments, how much moreso things like Blackhawks and humvees? This is not a “pull-out”, but actively arming our enemies, this is stuff that is not given to privates, but generals and flag-officers and field-grade officers.
In short: this pull-out is, in its execution, treason: giving aid and comfort to the enemy.
Add to all this the talks of allowing refugees, hundreds of thousands of them, and things become even clearer that this is all preparing the setting: “Taliban” “terrorists” who, ‘unfortunately’ got through our detection from the ‘refugees’ using US equipment killing civilians. — Never mind the logistics here, this isn’t about foreigners from afar enacting this, but the narrative which will be spun by the traitors here.
And, as if that wasn’t bad enough, they’re rubbing our noses in the whole thing. I believe it to be planned, and that the people executing everything are signaling it, laughing at the average person in their arrogance. — Just look at this: the last plane to leave Afghanistan, labeled with September 11TH (international date format, not US date-format).
I hope and pray I’m wrong, but there’s no excuse for the crescendo of cluster-fuck we’re seeing.