Details about fake vaccination programs were disclosed. Vaccine programs were used as an excuse to gather public DNA.
The White House has officially admitted that fake vaccination programs have been used by the United States as a cover for covertly stealing DNA samples from the public as part of the so-called “war on terror.” The aim of the scheme, carried out in the Middle East, was to use DNA analysis to identify suspected terrorists who would then be targeted to be killed by the United States.
This scheme, first unveiled in 2011, is the first time in history that the U.S. government has been forced to admit using a “public health” activity to secretly and illegally harvest DNA from the public in an attempt to assassinate one individual.
Now the White House says it will no longer use fake vaccination campaigns as a tactic in the “war on terror.” And the people of the world are supposed to automatically trust this promise even though it comes from the exact same regime that ran the deceptive vaccination operation in the first place.
The White House is concerned that because of the CIA’s use of fake vaccination programs in the past, people in the Middle East no longer trust vaccines.
If the White House now admits using fake vaccination ops to coverly gather DNA evidence, what’s to stop the U.S. from using fake vaccination programs to accomplish other nefarious things like injecting people with stealth cancer viruses?
Vaccines do have their uses, ultimately. They’re really great at these five things:
- Administering mercury to the population
- Covertly harvesting DNA from the public
- Providing a cover story for CIA operations
- Injecting millions of people with stealth cancer viruses
- Training the population to practice “medical obedience”
But vaccines are really, really terrible at doing the thing the one thing they claim to be all about: preventing infectious disease.
It turns out the best defenses against infectious disease are:
- Excellent nutrient intake from a wide variety of fresh plants
- Good public hygiene and public sanitation systems
- Healthy levels of vitamin D across the population
- Regular hand washing by medical staff and patients
- Deliberate exposure to friendly microbes in soils and even farm animals
- Avoidance of exposure to immunosuppressive substances such as tobacco smoke or heavy metals