We all remember when the COVID vaccine, or actually several of them, was announced. It was a day of excitement, of hope, of joy. After months of living in fear, not knowing just how bad or how quickly this sometimes-deadly disease was, we had reason to believe that it would soon be extinguished for good.
After all, that’s what vaccines are supposed to do, right? I mean, when the polio vaccine was introduced, it became apparent quite quickly that polio, for all intents and purposes, would no longer be a real health problem. Sure, arrant cases could and likely would pop up.
But the vaccine did its job of both stopping transmission and preventing symptoms from worsening.
And so, it was assumed that the COVID vaccines would do the same thing.
Of course, there were immediate questions about just how effective it would be. After all, it had been developed in record time, and very few seemed to know all that much about it.
Then there was the knowledge that just one jab would not be enough. Supposedly, it required two doses for most vaccine options. And even then, a booster shot was recommended months later.
How many are we up to now? And yet, people are still getting sick. And yes, those who have had all the shots available…
Why is that?
Well, as it turns out, the shot was never really even designed to stop COVID or its spread – at the very least, it was never tested for such.
This recently came to light during a European Union hearing to discuss the COVID-19 response. Janine Small, Pfizer’s president of international developed markets, admitted as much when asked.
According to WJBO Newsradio, Dutch politician and current Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Robert “Rob” Roos asked Small about its ability or the lack thereof to stop immunizations.
This was Small’s response:
“Regarding the question around did we know about stopping immunization before it entered the market… No.” it was noted that she appeared to have a smirk on her face when she said this as well.
In other words, it means it was never even tested to see if it would stop the spread or hinder its ability to be transmitted from one person to another.
The report mentioned that Small did not emphasize whether she was talking about the Pfizer BioNTech (BNT162b2) vaccine or the Comirnaty one. The former is what was authorized by the federal government for Emergency Use Authorization. The latter is what was approved by the FDA.
It is noted that under the Emergency Use Authorization, approved vaccines cannot be mandated.
And yet, governments all across the world attempted to do just that. If they couldn’t, they guilt-tripped their citizens into getting vaccinated.
As Roos said, the Dutch government was no different. In fact, he noted that the Dutch prime minister and health minister told the public. “If you don’t get vaccinated, you’re antisocial… You don’t get vaccinated just for yourself, but also for others. You do it for all of society, that’s what they said. Today, this turned out to be complete nonsense.”
Additionally, all sorts of health regulations and policies were implemented along with the vaccine. Stores deemed ‘non-essential’ were closed, populations within buildings were limited, masks were required, and social distancing was a must.
Then, of course, vaccine passports were made essential to do all sorts of things, such as going to sporting events, concerts, or even to work and the grocery. In addition, in the European Union, vaccine passports exempted citizens from “free movement” restrictions, which were put in place to slow the spread of transmission.
But if the vaccines weren’t even tested on their effectiveness, it really wasn’t about spreading COVID or stopping it. Instead, vaccine mandates and passports were just a way to control people.
And as Roos says, that makes their actions “shocking,” “even criminal,” as well as “scandalous” and nothing but “a cheap lie.”
Of course, a few of us knew this, to begin with. Otherwise, why would they make such a big deal about a vaccine that didn’t even work? And now that the truth is out, there needs to be some major accountability enacted.