Is it time to avoid vaccinated people like the plague?
That's the sad but necessary question I'm forced to ask.
Two months ago, I made the mistake of ordering food from a restaurant where the entire staff was vaccinated. I felt ill for two days afterwards and then a bump developed on my head that is still there.
Today, I sat next to a girl on a bus. I don't know for sure that she was vaccinated, but she was wearing two masks.
Seriously, she actually had two masks, one on top of the other.
What are the odds of anyone that stupid not being vaccinated? Anyway, that was five hours ago and I've had a headache ever since.
Numerous reports detail women suffering miscarriages after coming in contact with vaccinated people. Others have reported feeling ill, as I did. This is a hundred times worse then second-hand smoke.
We know that none of the higher-ups pushing the hoax have been vaccinated. Now I'm wondering if all those internment camps we've heard about are really planned for the vaxxed.
What about the unfortunate masses who took the jab in good faith? What about children and teens who were bullied into taking the jab by their parents and teachers?
Unlike others, I do not believe that all hope is lost for someone who has taken the jab. We know that every illness, every disease, every form of physical distress in existence can be healed through natural methods. Nobody with a brain in their head disputes that. Therefore, why should this be the lone exception? It's illogical to assume it is.
Reducing and eliminating the detrimental effects of the jab will likely require a cleansing of the entire system. No time like the present to start.
Dr. Max Gerson was a renowned German doctor known for reversing cancer in terminal patients through a program of juicing and coffee enemas. If I were suffering from the ill effects of any type of vaccine, I would begin investigating his work and then go from there.