7.8 billion guinea pigs?

None of the vaunted anti-coronavirus vaccines have yet finished their clinical trials, and yet, all kinds of authorities, at the behest of the pharmaceutical industry and other ideologues, have been trying to make their use mandatory.

The statement about clinical trials sadly lacking is no conjecture: the vaccine makers themselves admit as much.

Just check Pfizer’s own web site, or Moderna’s own web site, and if you get through all the mumbo-jumbo, the facts will stare you straight in the face: neither of them reports their clinical trials have been finished (and finished successfully).

To clarify, a couple of definitions:

“Study completion date is the date on which the last participant in a clinical study was examined or received an intervention/treatment to collect final data for the primary outcome measures, secondary outcome measures, and adverse events (that is, the last participant’s last visit). The ‘estimated’ study completion date is the date that the researchers think the study will be completed.”

Pfizer’s Primary Completion Study Date comes August 3, 2021, Moderna’s October 27, 2022.

Here’s what the Primary Completion Study Date is all about: “The date on which the last participant in a clinical study was examined or received an intervention to collect final data for the primary outcome measure. Whether the clinical study ended according to the protocol or was terminated does not affect this date. For clinical studies with more than one primary outcome measure with different completion dates, this term refers to the date on which data collection is completed for all the primary outcome measures. The ‘estimated’ primary completion date is the date that the researchers think will be the primary completion date for the study.”

Pfizer’s Estimated Study Completion Date comes on January 31, 2023.

To complete the picture: BioNTech SE, a major German biotechnology company based in Mainz, sponsors the Pfizer study. The company describes itself as a developer and manufacturer of active immunotherapies for patient-specific approaches to the treatment of diseases (whatever THAT is supposed to mean).

In any case, if all goes well, Pfizer will be able to announce a successful completion of its studies on Tuesday, January 31, 2023.

In Moderna’s case, its Estimated Primary Completion Date is supposed to happen on the same day as its Estimated Study Completion Date, Thursday, October 27, 2022.

So: even the makers of the vaccines can’t say with any certainty whether their product will work, how safe it is going to be, and what, if any, side effects it may cause.

Why all the rush?

As of the end of January, 2021, there were 7.8 billion people on this planet.

Considering that some scientists claim that it took two million years of human prehistory and history for the world’s population to reach the first billion, and only 200 years more to reach 7 billion, no wonder that people steeped in calculator math are worried.

Of course, those claims about the timing of the population growth come without much proof, but that’s a different matter altogether. These claims have been accepted for facts, and that should be enough for you, you all doubters, you.

Enter professor of applied (and advanced) demographics William Henry Gates III, supported by professor of advanced (and applied) sociology William Henry Gates III. There’s too many of us, he tells us, and we should do something about.

Gates’s interpretation of the Malthusian theory puts Thomas Robert Malthus’s name in disrepute, but the good old Luciferian English cleric, scholar and economist, who had been active in the fields of political economy and demography, has no way to defend himself: he lived between the years 1766 and 1834. His An Essay on the Principle of Population first appeared in 1798.

Malthus used to be of the view that population growth will always tend to outrun the food supply and that humankind can’t improve itself without stern limits on its reproduction.

Enter professor of applied (and advanced) immunology William Henry Gates III. Supported by professor of advanced (and applied) virology William Henry Gates III, he proposes that young girls be inoculated to prevent cancers in their reproductive organs at a later stage in their lives.

The result: untold thousands of young women infertile, and many of them dead.

And this multi-faceted expert in all things preventative medical now pushes a plan that would have governments mandate obligatory vaccination against a pandemic that, as has been proven, does not exist.

As many have pointed out, most countries do not hold vaccine manufacturers liable for their mistakes.

But is pushing onto unsuspecting people substances that have not been tested properly yet a mistake or a crime against humanity?

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