Ode to a Chicken
This is about my chicken sweetie who was raised from a chick and at about 8 weeks started walking very awkwardly. Eventually she could no longer walk, and I took her to the vet which told me she had a deformed leg, and it would cost $2000 to operate (lol) or I could medicate her with pain killers (try getting a chicken to swallow a pill…a dog is bad enough). Anyway, she got worse and worse. Her leg and claw twisted, and she could no longer walk or sit straight. Now, I am no vet but whatever she had was degenerative and it was not a badly healed leg, or a deformed leg etc. I had the poor thing put down…she was very sweet but no point watching her suffer.
What has this got to do with Vaccines?
After doing some research I concluded that she had Marek’s disease. Of course, I have no proof of that because it would require an autopsy (necropsie) but the symptoms match. However, I might be completely wrong perhaps it was inherited?
Marek's Disease affects chickens and is caused by a chicken herpes virus. ... The clinical disease is typically seen between 6 weeks to 30 weeks of age. But Marek's Disease can develop in older birds as well. Birds become infected with Marek's Disease by inhaling virus-laden dander.
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I believe my two new hens are OK because they have been vaccinated and my original two are still fine (although I am unsure of their vaccination status).
Why is this important?
This is important because Marek vaccine is a leaky vaccine, initially the disease only mildly effected chickens (some with paralysis). Some would argue that the disease is not a virus but caused by the stress of factory farming caged chickens.
As the UK column has pointed out (see episode 21 March) the spread of Marek disease was not stopped by the vaccine. Only the symptoms were stopped. So, the vaccinated chickens did not get sick, but they did spread more virulent forms of Marek disease. So, they turned the chickens into virus shedding factories. Any unvaccinated chicken that catches the disease dies (so they say about 80%). So, basically, they have put what they call “evolutionary selection pressure” on the virus (exosome?) and forced it to mutate. Therefore, all chicks need vaccinating and are even vaccinated while in the egg. They have created vaccine dependency in chickens. This is the Hegelian Dialectic at work -problem, reaction, solution. The solution is always a vaccine.
How is it then that chickens have survived for millions of years without vaccines? It is truly a mystery. (lol). But hang on, people who breed show chickens often do not vaccinate them. They select for vigorous chickens who use natural immunity (what is that?) to stay healthy.
Now this is what I call useful research.https://t.co/igjm6jLCGm— Moses Eleftheria (@EleftheriaMoses) March 21, 2021
The Moral of the Story
The moral of the story is vaccines can create dependency and make the condition worse. Let nature run its course and select for resistance.
With Covid we had a 99.86% survival rate. We do not need a vaccine as a prophylactic treatment that reduces the symptoms because it can force the virus to mutate into a killer. We already have great prophylactic drugs treatments like hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin with zinc. In fact we have a list of other treatments. And we have preventative vitamins like D and C (with Zn) that are scientifically proven to increase immune strength and reduce illness and death.
We do not want vaccine dependency. We do not want to inject every two minutes because a new variant appears. And where are these variants appearing, I ask? In the very places where they are running vaccine trials. That is called immune escape. Usually variants that emerge are less virulent but they are forcing accelerated viral evolution. Who knows what will emerge? Are they deliberately weaponizing corona?
Man up, resist big pharma and their propaganda machine, resist the technocratic agenda.