Can I technically have a ‘booster’ “jab” if never got one (or both) of the original Covid-19 vaccines? I’m sure Google could answer this, but I’m largely asking rhetorically.
My initial thought is “no” since the booster jab is surely for those that want to boost the supposed immunity provided by a previous injection. However, one could also suppose that a booster could boost ones immunity regardless of whether that was acquired artificially or ‘naturally’.
With the latter, it seems pointless to boost a naturally acquired immunity since you’ve dealt with the thing once, and if you go around as normal, you’ll likely maintain that immunity. Of course some people have underlying health issues whereby they might consider vaccination, but otherwise, why subject yourself to being injected with an artificial substance*? (another rhetorical question).
*Especially when doing so carries its own set of risks #myocarditis
That there is no offer of testing for immunity prior to vaccination/boostering is also another unaddressed issue;
- What if someone already has a high level of antibodies from previous infection/injection?
- What if someone has just been subjected to the virus and is in the initial and unrecognised stages of disease and they get a further ‘dose’ injected into them?
- Is there an upper limit for antibodies? Surely there is a limit beyond which is either pointless or dangerous.
Sadly as is the case; many people still aren’t going around as normal (even the official narrative promotes continual mask-wearing) and I know people who’ve ‘been struck down with’ Covid twice, or at least, clearly had it once, and then a year later got the sniffles, and did a test that came back positive. This particular person I’m referring to wears a mask “as they are told to do”, so as you can suppose their original immunity waned. I also don’t think they manage their health all that well. With each
highly accurate and positive test complete there’s another classroom, school, office, or business that has to close for two weeks.
The reason I raise my somewhat hypothetical question (and type this blog post) is because I switched my phone on today (yes, my phone actually gets switched off) to receive a text message supposedly from the NHS:
GET BOOSTED NOW
Every adult needs a COVID-19 booster vaccine to protect against Omicron.
Get your COVID-19 vaccine or booster. See NHS website for details
“Roll up (your sleeves), roll up (your sleeves), get your boosters now!” I’m not completely certain this is actually from the NHS; I did some googling and all I found was, yes the NHS have been texting people, but as the Express.co.uk website states “You can trust your text message is genuine if it comes from ‘NHSvaccine’ or ‘NHS Booking’, includes a link to the NHS.uk website, and gives you the option of phoning 119.” Mine doesn’t match this criteria. The lack of full stop at the end discredits any remaining legitimacy; I’m not going to trust someone to inject an unknown substance into my arm who can’t complete a sentence in a proper and reassuring manner.
Still, if it is from the NHS this will be my first official request to receive such “vaccination”. Up until now if anyone raised the topic of whether I have been, or am getting, vaccinated, one line in my arsenal of responses has been that I’ve not been invited. I was beginning to think I’d dropped off the radar as far as the NHS was concerned, I’ve not been to the doctors for around 10 years when I received a round of antibiotics for an ear infection (which in hindsight (or hearing) I’m convinced would have cleared up on its own). Prior to that it was a preliminary checkup after moving to the area; they should have my notes about previously being on asthma and hayfever medication, and I thought this would put me in some level of “at risk” category. But I suppose since I let my prescriptions for those things laps many moons ago (preferring to manage these things without a lifetime of drugs*) I drifted off the system.
*I largely think this whole Covid-19 vaccine thing is to get people used to a lifetime of drugs. Not only is injecting an otherwise healthy person with an artificial substance multiple times a year nonsensical to me, but who knows what the next dose will contain, or what the long-term repercussions will be. In the least it makes people drug-dependent and without the mindset to consider facing health issues in a natural and holistic manner. But that’s not what the drug industry wants. It wants you dependent on them. The system wants to you be passive and docile; just stay in your pod, Neo; remain oblivious to reality.
I like how the government implements/inflicts rules and regulations and laws and yet still does its own thing. I heard about the whole Christmas Party debacle and laughed (while others were annoyed (because they’d been good citizens themselves), and others still thought it was ok (because Boris and his team were doing such good work and deserved to let their hair down)); it didn’t bother me since I had a normal Christmas that year regardless of what bollocks was being pushed at the time. The same can be seen with unsolicited text messages being sent out of which there are rules and legislation governing such practices for any other company; perhaps there is a form somewhere that states I accepted the NHS may from time to time send me something by text, who knows, kind of like the whole lack of opting in or out of donating your organs when you die.
Regardless, the text message is just doing the pedalling for Boris (and other governments) who persists on being a poster boy for the multi-billion dollar vaccine companies. It even looks like an advert: “GET BOOSTED NOW!” What gets my back up most is that it states “Every adult needs a COVID-19 booster…” Umm, no they don’t.
Catch it once and move on. The end.
Two years in and people are still going along with this nonsense – the whole idea of masks, initially, was to prevent/limit the spread, “protect the NHS”, “flatten the curve”, but the thing has been spread, well and truly – why are people trying to stop the spread of something that supposedly exists everywhere already (“mutations” is a nonsensical answer when natural immunity provides wide-reaching protection)? Often these arguments appear to be echoed/regurgitated by people who do little to maintain or improve their health – the vaccine (and medication) are the solution for them. Some people are coming round though; if anyone still gives me a look that is as clean as their mask they’ve been reusing for months, because I’m not wearing one, I’m now oblivious to it – it bothered me for a while, the fear of being called out or criticized for whatever thing they think I’m doing wrong. The irony is I think I’m doing the right thing; for one thing I’m not subjecting other people to the psychological harms of being faced with a masked face; I’m trying to show people that it’s actually safe to breath the air, I’m not prolonging this nonsense by going/playing along with it.
The general consensus for Omicron (or the Morinic variant if you care to rearrange the letters to the more accurate order) is that it gives you nothing more than the sniffles, which as many of us will recall, is a normal thing to experience at this time of year here in the UK. The only problem is for the testing (which again, people need to pack in) since Omicron spreads easily, but this has been said to be a good thing since it will provide everyone a chance of catching it and thus acquiring immunity with little chance of ill-effect, providing you go around as normal. But none of this is good for the medical industry’s business model.
Boris wanted a million people a day to be receiving the boosters he’d signed up for (I envisage Mr Pfizer wearing-out the palms of his hands because he’s been rubbing them together so much – “Just sign here Mr Boris” [the voice of Mr Burns]). The doses have got to go somewhere. Kind of like how all of the discarded masks need to go somewhere; again, two years in and billions of vaccine doses and needles can be manufactured, billions of masks can be stitched together, and gallons upon gallons of hand sanitizer can be whisked up and slathered about, but yet no recycling scheme for used masks has been implemented?
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