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https://thecovidblog.com/2021/04/17/india-actor-and-comedian-vivekh-dead-48-hours-after-covaxin-inactivated-virus-shot/

Why Are Children Being Vaccinated Against a Virus That Doesn’t Make Them Sick? And that they do not transmit?

The acute focus in this writing is on the vaccination of children under 12 years of age with the Covid-19 vaccines as this raises very serious and urgent issues that must be confronted by societies in terms of possible unnecessary harms to our children. SARS-CoV-2 virus that leads to Covid-19 disease may be used interchangeably in this report. Why this focus? Because there is now a major effort to test the new mRNA-based vaccines against SARS CoV-2 virus in young children.

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https://anti-empire.com/why-are-children-being-injected-with-a-vaccine-against-a-virus-that-doesnt-make-them-sick/

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Pregnancy and the mRNA shot – Dr. Michael Yeadon, former Vice President & Chief Scientific Officer of Pfizer filed a petition in early Dec 2020 about the risks

This post concerns a still birth, and comes from the https://thecovidblog.com

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA — We want to preface this article with the fact that we only publish these stories to bring awareness to the situation surrounding COVID-19 experimental shots. These stories are not meant to disrespect families or individuals. But social media posts are public, primary sources for journalists. The social media “vaccine photo phenomenon” is a trend in 2021. We have the responsibility to report. Now on to the story…

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If the COVID injections are so safe why are insurance companies declining to cover for injuries?

Two items have come to light regarding the refusal by insurance companies to insure. This is on top of governments absolving the Pharmaceutical companies producing the injections from any liability. And we are still expected to willingly receive the jab? This is like putting your nearest and dearest on a flimsy raft without life jackets & pushing them out onto the ocean with a hurricane brewing on the horizon.

Regarding the blood clots/AstraZeneca vax issue … in spite of the news here of certain countries suspending its use because of the issue, NZ mainstream news continues to assure us there is no connection. Another coincidence I gather? EWR

Here are two related posts from C-o-v-1-9 V@cc Reacts and News New Zealand

Australia….Guild Insurance pausing insurance of nurses administering Covid vaccination….The Actuaries have obviously done their homework and worked out that they could potentially be bankrupted by injured vaccine recipients suing the nurses and doctors who administered the vaccine. Click on this link to see the video at FB: https://www.facebook.com/australiansvstheagenda/posts/395850001867611


Meanwhile in Australia…Nurses administering covid vaccines are no longer covered by this insurer….The government continues to assure Australians the Astra Zeneca vaccine is safe (this is the primary vax used in Australia)….And 10 European countries have now halted use pending investigation into blood clots and strokes post vax

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary has Quietly Changed the Definition of ‘Vaccine’ to Include the COVID-19 mRNA Injection

Thanks to theredelephants.com for alerting us to this change:

“Merriam-Webster dictionary has quietly changed the definition of the term ‘vaccine’ to include components of the COVID-19 mRNA injection. The definition of vaccine was specifically changed due to the COVID-19 injection.”
Read the full article here: https://theredelephants.com/merriam-webster-dictionary-quietly-changes-definition-of-vaccine-to-include-covid-19-mrna-injection/?fbclid=IwAR2G6rcpkwpvVG2PNyUN7zni5ng_Is5BHOhYAij9cP35FcNuOJ3d6wJ243Y
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Further comment from EWR
Below is a screen shot of the current amended version (the old is also in the article above), and below here are current examples of the new mRNA variety used in sentences … and all of the articles are referring to current events with the roll out. This is very directly influencing the reader:



Examples of vaccine in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the Web Will Ohioans still be able to get the vaccine at their pharmacies? — Robert Higgs, cleveland, “Can it be done? Opening mass coronavirus vaccination sites would pose mammoth logistic challenges,” 4 Mar. 2021 Find out how to get a vaccine with the Journal’s state-by-state guide. — WSJ, “Covid-19 Live Updates: Reported Daily U.S. Deaths and Cases Rise,” 4 Mar. 2021 Health experts have cautioned that Americans should get the vaccine they are offered. — Madeline Holcombe, CNN, “Some US bishops discourage Catholics from getting Johnson & Johnson vaccine if others are available,” 3 Mar. 2021 Wednesday is the first day people under 65 can get the vaccine because of various conditions such as heart disease, obesity, cancer and pregnancy with permission of their doctor. — David Fleshler, sun-sentinel.com, “DeSantis: Doctors will decide which people under 65 can get vaccine,” 3 Mar. 2021 Also in line on Friday to get the vaccine: U.S. Rep. Robin Shackleford and Indiana Senator Rodric Bray. — Sarah Nelson, The Indianapolis Star, “Holcomb said he will ‘walk the walk’ and get COVID-19 vaccine on Friday,” 3 Mar. 2021 Should pregnant women get the COVID-19 vaccine when eligible? — Jenny Mccoy, Glamour, “COVID Vaccine and Pregnancy: Everything You Need to Know,” 2 Mar. 2021 While children younger than 16 cannot get a vaccine yet, Gandhi believes enough adults will be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity by September, meaning the virus can’t circulate effectively so younger children won’t be exposed. — Jill Tucker, San Francisco Chronicle, “Bay Area parents worry that classrooms won’t reopen full time in the fall. When will normal return?,” 2 Mar. 2021 District residents with underlying health conditions are now able to get the vaccine, but the city’s registration website locked up repeatedly last week amid a flood of submissions. — Washington Post, “Q&A: Ask The Post about coronavirus cases, vaccines in the greater Washington region,” 1 Mar. 2021
These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word ‘vaccine.’ Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us feedback.

Words of the week then feature in the dictionary’s entry for 2020

You guessed it at the top of the list … the mRNA one produced by Pfizer:

The Words of the Week – 11/13/20

Some of the words that defined the week ending November 13, 2020


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The good. The bad. The semantically vague.

‘Vaccine’

Reports that Pfizer had developed a promising vaccine for the coronavirus caused an upswing in searches for that word.

On Monday, BioNTech and Pfizer announced that a vaccine for the coronavirus developed by Dr. Sahin and his team was more than 90 percent effective in preventing the disease among trial volunteers who had no evidence of having previously been infected.
— David Gelles, The New York Times, 10 Nov. 2020

Vaccine is define as “a preparation of killed microorganisms, living attenuated organisms, or living fully virulent organisms that is administered to produce or artificially increase immunity to a particular disease.” The word may be traced to the Latin vacca (meaning “cow”); the earliest vaccines, for smallpox, were developed from cowpox pustules.
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Here is wikipedia’s take which simply includes the mRNA piece (ie they haven’t changed the definition, just included the new mRNA variety):

RNA

Main article: RNA vaccine

An mRNA vaccine (or RNA vaccine) is a novel type of vaccine which is composed of the nucleic acid RNA, packaged within a vector such as lipid nanoparticles.[48] Among the COVID-19 vaccines are a number of RNA vaccines under development to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and some have received emergency use authorization in some countries. For example, the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines have emergency use authorization in the US.[49][50][51]

Experimental

Electroporation system for experimental “DNA vaccine” delivery

A number of innovative vaccines are also in development and in use:

  • Dendritic cell vaccines combine dendritic cells with antigens in order to present the antigens to the body’s white blood cells, thus stimulating an immune reaction. These vaccines have shown some positive preliminary results for treating brain tumors [52] and are also tested in malignant melanoma.[53]
  • DNA vaccination – The proposed mechanism is the insertion and expression of viral or bacterial DNA in human or animal cells (enhanced by the use of electroporation), triggering immune system recognition. Some cells of the immune system that recognize the proteins expressed will mount an attack against these proteins and cells expressing them. Because these cells live for a very long time, if the pathogen that normally expresses these proteins is encountered at a later time, they will be attacked instantly by the immune system. One potential advantage of DNA vaccines is that they are very easy to produce and store.
  • Recombinant vector – by combining the physiology of one micro-organism and the DNA of another, immunity can be created against diseases that have complex infection processes. An example is the RVSV-ZEBOV vaccine licensed to Merck that is being used in 2018 to combat ebola in Congo.[54]
  • T-cell receptor peptide vaccines are under development for several diseases using models of Valley Fever, stomatitis, and atopic dermatitis. These peptides have been shown to modulate cytokine production and improve cell-mediated immunity.
  • Targeting of identified bacterial proteins that are involved in complement inhibition would neutralize the key bacterial virulence mechanism.[55]
  • The use of plasmids has been validated in preclinical studies as a protective vaccine strategy for cancer and infectious diseases. However, in human studies, this approach has failed to provide clinically relevant benefit. The overall efficacy of plasmid DNA immunization depends on increasing the plasmid’s immunogenicity while also correcting for factors involved in the specific activation of immune effector cells.[56]

While most vaccines are created using inactivated or attenuated compounds from micro-organisms, synthetic vaccines are composed mainly or wholly of synthetic peptides, carbohydrates, or antigens.
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Cambridge Dictionary has the original definition but does include examples of sentences using ‘experimental vaccine’ (all ‘safe’):

Examples of experimental vaccine

These words are often used together. You can go to the definition of experimental or the definition of vaccine. Or, see other combinations with vaccine. These examples are from corpora and from sources on the web. Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors. None of the animals in the 2 experimentalvaccine groups exhibited any clinical symptoms. From the Cambridge English Corpus This method has been subsequently applied to serological diagnostic data obtained from an experimentalvaccine trial. From the Cambridge English Corpus It was put to us that, consequent upon that, cattle had been vaccinated with the experimental vaccine and that other cattle who were running with them had become infected. From the Hansard archive She was given an experimentalvaccine never before used on humans. From Wikipedia
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So all in all, from this peek into definitions, quietly indeed, the definition in Merriam Webster has been changed to include the new experimental injection which some independent scientists and doctors are saying, is not a vaccine. For further independent info on that listen to this lecture.

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So… what else has been changed in the dictionaries? They are changing your perceptions.

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