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•  Ask the CDC: Are Covid injections ("vaccines") working?
•  The White House and the Manufacturers, preparing the public for new injections in autumn

September 2nd, 2023

Ask the CDC: Are Covid injections ("vaccines") working?

The very fact that this question is present in a very direct way in the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) about Covid-19 "vaccines" on the CDC site (Centers for Disease Control, USA) is an acknowledgment on their part that the public has great doubts about this. Probably those in charge of the CDC believe that people are thinking "too much" and that this thinking initiative needs to be "fixed".

According to the CDC- USA:

If we need an updated COVID-19 vaccine, are the vaccines working?

Yes. COVID-19 vaccines are working well to prevent severe illness, hospitalization, and death. However, public health experts are seeing reduced protection over time against mild and moderate disease, especially among certain populations, which is why vaccination recommendations are updated.

Our comment follows.

The success of any human endeavor must be measured in terms of the achievement of the goal pursued. Therefore, the answer to the question "Are the Covid injections working?" should be measured in relation to what they are (or were) supposed to do. So, would not the following answer be more honest?

If we need an updated COVID-19 vaccine, are the vaccines working?

Overall, No.
 Public health experts are seeing reduced protection over time —in a few months— against mild and moderate disease, especially among certain populations.

Strong and long-lasting immunity was the primary goal of the Covid vaccines in the first place (1). So, in that sense: No, the vaccines are not working as expected. Still, we are recommending new vaccines, labeled as "updates", which may also have reduced protection after a few months (accordingly, we are not making promises about this (2)).

In order to maintain confidence in Covid vaccines, we have replaced the original goal with a new one that we claim is working well: to prevent severe illness, hospitalization, and death. We no longer expect people to use the original goal to measure the success of the Covid vaccines. They have been repurposed (downgraded in their purpose) to essentially be a kind of protection (not meaning necessarily immunity) for severe cases, but we still would like you to call them vaccines.

The word "vaccine" is a powerful word. A stronghold. A spike that injects in your mind a sense of "security", "predictability", "known ground". Hell would freeze over before they would give up this spear. To this end, the medical dictionary can be rewritten (they will say "updated") as often as necessary – and people will follow them because "they are the experts".

Thought can be shaped through language. Language control is one of the basic building blocks for brainwashing.

For our part, we find that "injections" is a simple and appropriate term for such products (3). No one can argue with us on this. The word "injections" can be used in a natural way in a conversation without the listener feeling aggrieved and, at the same time, we are rejecting an uncritical use of the word "vaccine".

If they cease to be injections and become patches or something else, we are confident that there will be similar appropriate terms that everyone can understand without the use of the word "vaccine", a word that (in the context of Covid) may seem to be an implied endorsement of those "medical dictionary rewriters."

(1) Remember that the goal was "to beat the pandemic" through "herd immunity". Those who did not want to be "vaccinated" were labeled as antisocial "for preventing herd immunity from succeeding".
(2) At the time of writing this, the response they give to the question "How long does the protection of a Covid-19 vaccine last?" is so evading that they do not really answer the question. It must be that the directors of the CDC aspire to sainthood, since, as Escrivá would say, "the road to holiness is marked by holy shamelessness".
(3) Other times, we use the word "vaccine" but are careful to write it in quotation marks. Also: Within quotations (or in hypothetical thoughts) attributed to others, we maintain the use of the word, for fidelity in reproducing the source (or the line of hypothetical thought).

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September 2nd, 2023

The White House and the Manufacturers, preparing the public for new injections in autumn

This news is raising a lot of dark expectations. For our part, we cannot predict what will happen, but we have already given our opinion on what Biden would be capable of doing as the visible head of the Pandemic Forever Party (and with this ironic name we are not referring to the Democratic Party, but to something much bigger). For the moment, we limit ourselves to reproduce the key parts of the news.

President Joe Biden on August 25:

“I signed off this morning on a proposal we have to present to the Congress, a request for additional funding for a new vaccine that is necessary, that works. And tentatively —not decided finally yet— tentatively, it is recommended that – it will likely be recommended that everybody get it no matter whether they’ve gotten it before or not.

How many funding? According to The Daily Mail, UK, August 25:

Despite warnings over uptake, however, this week the Biden administration put another $1.4billion into developing new drugs and shots against Covid.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on August 28:

We are going to be encouraging Americans to stay up to date on their vaccines. ..... We are prepared for the fall. As the CDC and FDA mentioned, we will have vaccines available by mid-September. ..... We’re going to continue to encourage Americans to get their updated [Covid] vaccine, to stay updated on their [Covid] vaccines more broadly, but also to make sure they get their RSV and also to make sure that they’re getting the flu shot.

All this follows to the prior announcement from manufacturers (Source):

On Thursday [15-Aug-2023], Moderna (MRNA.O) said initial data showed its updated COVID-19 vaccine is effective against the "Eris" and "Fornax" subvariants in humans. ..... Moderna and other COVID-19 vaccine makers Novavax (NVAX.O), Pfizer (PFE.N) and German partner BioNTech SE (22UAy.DE) have created versions of their shots aimed at the XBB.1.5 subvariant. ..... Pending approval from health regulators in the United States and Europe, the companies expect the updated shots to be available in the coming weeks for the autumn vaccination season.

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