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Imagine this: You’re tasked with vaccinating the population, but there’s a large swath of people, no matter what you bribe them with or take away, who simply won’t go along with the program. This noncompliant demographic (the unvaccinated) represented somewhere between 19% and 30% of the U.S. population during COVID-19, depending on how you do the numbers, as reported by The Epoch Times.
So, what do you do about the noncompliant?
Well, researchers at Yale have recently made a scientific breakthrough. According to their paper titled, “Polymer nanoparticles deliver mRNA to the lung for mucosal vaccination,” they successfully developed a new airborne method of delivery for mRNA vaccines.
The researchers in this study developed an inhalable form of an mRNA vaccine for pulmonary diseases, including COVID-19. Using biodegradable nanoparticles, they successfully delivered mRNA to cells in the lungs of mice. The mice were reported to be successfully immunized after two nasal doses. Yale researchers concluded that this aerosol-based method was both “safe and effective,” representing a significant advancement in vaccine delivery methods. After showing the ability to deliver mRNA to lung cells in mice, human trials are planned next.
Dr. Panda’s Newletter reported, “Professor Mark Saltzman, one of the study’s authors, said that the new method of delivery could ‘radically change the way people are vaccinated.’ He added that it could make it easier to vaccinate people in remote areas or those who are afraid of needles.”
This raises the question: Would they vaccinate us against our will?
The U.S. government has a history of experimenting on citizens without their prior knowledge or consent. This includes but is not limited to the Tuskegee Experiment, Operation Big Itch, Operation Drop Kick, Operation May Day, “Green Run”, Operation Top Hat, etc.
But it’s not just the history of experimenting on citizens that’s worrying.
A growing thought in the scientific community is that “Compulsory moral bioenhancement should be covert” rather than overt.
Parker Crutchfield, Ph.D. and Associate Professor of Medical Ethics at Western Michigan University, wrote this in 2019:
“Some theorists argue that moral bioenhancement ought to be compulsory. I take this argument one step further, arguing that if moral bioenhancement ought to be compulsory, then its administration ought to be covert rather than overt. This is to say that it is morally preferable for compulsory moral bioenhancement to be administered without the recipients knowing that they are receiving the enhancement.”
Add in what happened with COVID “vaccine” mandates, is it hard to believe that the people who were willing to take away your job or deny you a life-saving operation for being unvaccinated might also try to covertly vaccinate you against your will?
The possibility is there — and it has people worried.
During an interview with OAN news anchor Alison Steinberg, Dr. McCullough said, “Genetic vaccines so far have turned out to be a disaster. Given systemically, they’re either likely not to work or cause additional problems if given by other routes of administration.”
“Nasal mist vaccines, although they are mechanistically attractive, they haven’t worked out too well for so many respiratory illnesses. The dose can’t be controlled, and it doesn’t mimic the type of natural immunity we get with the viral infection. People are concerned that they’re going to lose their bodily autonomy if vaccines are put in the food supply, in the air, or water,” he added.
So, what can we do to protect ourselves?
The detoxification protocol allows individuals to proactively address both involuntary spike protein exposure and spike protein syndromes head-on using three natural substances, nattokinase, bromelain, and curcumin, which are all available over the counter.
Although the protocol has not yet been scientifically validated through double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trials, Dr. McCullough has argued that clinical observations indicate a positive impact.
The recommended doses in the protocol are as follows, per Dr. McCullough’s Substack:
• Nattokinase: 2000 fibrin units (100 milligrams) orally twice a day without food
• Bromelain: 500 milligrams orally once a day without food
• Curcumin: 500 milligrams orally twice a day (nano, liposomal, or with piperine additive suggested)
For best-in-class nattokinase, Dr. McCullough recommends Spike Support Formula, which also contains dandelion root, selenium, and a host of other promising ingredients that can help protect you and your family from the prolonged effects of Spike proteins.
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