If I didn’t already have zero respect for the intellectual capacity of the 100-IQ crowd, it would be depressing to know that this absurd argument about the benefits of adverse vaccine reactions is actually going to work on those who are dumb enough to permit themselves to be injected with fake “vaccine” experimental gene modification in the first place:
A sore arm, headache, fatigue, nausea, dizzy spells, aching joints and sore muscles. These are the common side-effects reported by some of the 15 million NHS patients to get their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, as well as the 500,000 or so who have had their scheduled second dose.
But rather than being something to dread, they could show you the vaccine is actually working.
A study in December by Imperial College London found that almost a third of UK adults had concerns about Covid vaccine safety. Yet having these mild, temporary side-effects after the jab could be a good thing — a sign that the vaccine is already getting to work.
The Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), which monitors vaccine safety in the UK, says more than one vaccine recipient in ten experiences some of these adverse reactions when given either of the two jabs currently in use in the UK (Pfizer/BioNTech and AstraZeneca), but that they usually clear up on their own, or with over-the-counter pain medication such as paracetamol, in a few days.
As the Oxford Vaccine Group, the research body which helped to develop the AstraZeneca jab, says on its website: ‘Having these symptoms actually means your immune system is working as it should be.’
Only one-third of the UK population is smart enough to even harbor concerns about an untested substance that is being marketed as something that it isn’t as it marks you for potential targeting by bioweaponry. At this point, I don’t see why Big Pharma doesn’t simply say: “the vaccine could make you smarter, prettier, and more popular!” That would almost certainly work even better on the two-thirds of the populace that are mindless morons.