Tuesday, December 27, 2022

Are Vaccine Manufacturers Switching Traditional Childhood Vaccines Over To mRNA Vaccines?


Always On Watch said...

And what about the annual flu shot?

Because of her heart condition, my cousin has never missed an annual flu shot in the past 20 years. And she never came down with the flu until this year. Type A Flu. This year's flu shot vaccinated for at least two types of Type A Flu.

My cousin, the cousin who is like a sister to me, has also been COVID "vaccinated" and boosted at least twice. Within three weeks of getting that first COVID jab, respiratory issues began. They've never let up -- no matter what medicines were tried.

This year, she landed in the hospital with Type A Flu, compounded by early pneumonia and the above-mentioned respiratory problems. On a ventilator for 5 days, followed by time now in a rehab center/nursing home. Her recovery is slow, slow, slow.

And I've already mentioned here at IBA my own issues after the J&J "Vaccine." Two different primary care doctors forbade me getting an MRNA vaccine. Why? Because I'm severely allergic to live vaccines and because, in my doctors' words, "An MRNA vaccine is almost alive. you shouldn't get one," I have refused any more COVID "vaccines."

Pastorius said...

Are you saying you know, for sure, that this year's flu shot is mRNA?

Always On Watch said...

I don't know for certain that this year's flu shot is mRNA.

I do know that the MRNA vaccines and boosters screw around with the immune system; and I suspect that the same is true to a lesser extent for the J&J COVID "vaccine." Because of that, I believe my cousin couldn't develop that proper immunity from this year's flu shot. Many, many others are having the same problem -- all around the world.

My recent bloodwork for my Medicare Wellness Check for the first time shows how compromised my own immune system is. Yeah, yeah, I'm a year older. But should aging alone be enough to fuck up my immune system?

BTW, I found this morning on the NIH web site (I think) that there is serious experimentation with mice to research if humans should be given the MRNA flu vaccine.

Pastorius said...

I have heard that they plan a mRNA flu vaccine, but I am not sure if they have released it yet.

I don't go to the Doctor's so that's that.

Always On Watch said...

I wish that I didn't have to go to the doctor. Alas! I have no choice.

I have to go in every four months to get my meds renewed. Taking my blood pressure is required; I've had trouble with my blood pressure and with Degenerative Disc Diseasea the two results of my life-changing car accident in 2005. That accident left me in forever pain, and that drives up blood pressure. Then, there's kidney disease, at least partly caused by a live vaccine (chickenpox vaccine).

Getting old ain't for sissies!

Pastorius said...

I'm not saying people shouldn't go to the Doctor.

I'm just saying I don't depend on them. They are not my health advisors.

I have had horrible insane things done, and said, to me by Doctors.

Look at your average Doctor. Do they look healthy?


DO's are generally better than MD's, especially in this time we are in.

Always On Watch said...

I've had really good luck with my doctors.

Not all of them, of course. I walked out on or fired after the first visit.

BTW, only very rarely have I hired a doctor without recommendation from a trusted friend or doctor I've had success with previously.

Always On Watch said...

PS: we should always remember that any doctors we go to see are our hired help -- not gods.

Pastorius said...

Yes, well said.