A friend of mine who reads this modest blog enquired of me whether I intended to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
The answer I gave is as follows: I had this disease twice and if I could beat it twice I’ll beat it a third and a fourth time. Eventually it should start becoming like catching any of the other coronaviruses, of which we’ve all had several in our time. While we were kids we took them in our strides. Of course they also mutate, which is why we still get colds, and for someone whose gone a few rounds with it already, it’s going to be like a cold on subsequent iterations.
Not that you can’t die of it, but you can die of a cold and we accepted that as a tolerable risk, pretty much we’ve all gone through life expecting that some people can die of that if they are old and in the past it would have been called dying of old age. We didn’t use to expect to be immortal. We are, but not as far as this flesh is concerned. That’s why it’s called “the mortal coil”. It is like something that is going to die, it is born to die, and Shakespeare’s Hamlet called it a ‘coil’ in his famous 2B/N2B discourse, referencing no doubt the helix of the DNA molecule, to be discovered some 300 years down the track.
The Pfizer vaccine is of course made for profit, unlike the Astra Zeneca one which is being pumped out at cost, they say. I find it a bit hard to believe that Astra Zeneca are really not making any kind of profit on their vaccine, but stranger things have happened in the name of getting a lot of public goodwill for your brand. In any event, Astra Zeneca’s technology is more a tried and tested one, and not an mRNA vaccine like Pfizer BioNTech and Moderna.
Pfizer made a clinical trial based on the view that if they give it to as many as 45,000 people then it justifies the fact that it is being done in months not years. After all, you don’t usually need anything like that many, but you do need to have it go on for some time. In the case of new technologies that muck around with the instructions inside cells, like this mRNA technology, you’d normally expect that people to wait and see what happens to be longer and not shorter, as I’ll explain if you, dear reader, have the patience to read on.
There has never been an mRNA-based vaccine, this is a whole new ball game. The theory looks like good science to those in more of the know than I can lay claim to, but we all know that the proof of various puddings is in the eating thereof.
I find it stretches my credulity to accept that having 10 times the usual number of people taking part in clinical trials means that you can come to sound conclusions about negative effects especially when it is something that involves new and little understood matters. And especially when it is being done by Pfizer, whose business model is personified by Viagra, their flagship “medicine”, which creates a dependency by preventing the erectile tissue from functioning without it any more (so that what could have been a lack of potency occasioned by stress or obesity becomes a permanent feature and can only be dealt with by gradually increasing amounts of the drug). Can I trust them to be anything less crafty when it comes to this? Their MO is well known and well established!
Moderna is the other mRNA-based one. And that’s a company linked to Bill Gates. I have read comments from him on population control going back a long time. I remember reading his thoughts on the matter well before the current crisis. He is also known as one who makes a lot of money out of making systems that let viruses in and then selling the Antivirus for it, in computer systems, so there’s also no secret about his MO either.
Quite frankly I can get where these population control people are coming from and if I were not a Christian I probably would be all in favour of it myself, especially if you can find a way to select out less productive people, and also do it painlessly, by rendering people infertile. It sure beats famine, incurable plagues that wipe everyone out, or world wars. We are coming to a point in food and energy sustainability where some depopulating event is practically inevitable. Malthus has been mocked and “disproven” for a long long time, but only because of agriculture being able to keep pace with world population growth by dint of taking over more land (which was how it grew in the nineteenth century, but now by the end of the twentieth cannot take much more land without reaching a tipping point for world biodiversity) or by technology in the twentieth, be that the tractor or the gene gun. Borlaug’s dwarf wheat alone has probably already kept populations from famine, but this has been at cost of an even more mysterious and complex gluten (remember gluten isn’t just one protein but a mix of similar proteins with all manner of characteristics, and it’s supported by a hexuploid set of chromosomes with an immense amount of protein coding info included in it. We never bothered to run proper FDA tests on that dwarf wheat as it was the product of hybridization, but the increase of gluten related disease tells its own story, as this wheat dominates over other Triticums and Triticum aestivum itself over other cereals on a practically world-wide scale.
In short we are now at the point of saturation in several areas of life. We are running out of space, including the space to grow crops. We have reached the limits of miniaturization for computers so they’re unlikely to get much faster, now they can keep getting bigger but they’ll start to get slower again. And we are closer to peak oil, unless the biological origin of oil theory is wrong, as I think it probably is, but that may or may not help us. Other than peak oil, we have peak phosphorus and peak potassium to worry about in the next 100-300 years. Each new billion of human mouths to feed pushes the envelope and you get a new billion humans every few years, and especially you get them in places which are unable to sustain them. Little wonder then that those “in the know” regard it as a mercy to curtail the climb of human population by stealth, and that this expediency overrides all sorts of normal ethical considerations. I understand it very well. But I am also “in the know”, in another way. I know my Bible. I know my God. I know what “pru u rvu” means. I don’t see a specific time or numerical target after which “go forth and multiply” can be abandoned. I do see a time after which the Earth will be put away by the plan and foreknowledge of God, “whose goings forth have been from of old, from everlasting”, but that day is down to Him and not to some overwealthed elite self-styled benefactor of mankind. It belongs to Jesus. He is the Door. Gates is not the Door. So I understand the depopulation plan, but I am never going to go along with it. I will oppose it. This piece of deathless prose is, indeed, part of the opposition to it, a simple explanation about it, placed in the public thoroughfare. My those who are supposed to, come hither, read and understand.
The ideal population control drug applied to humans by stealth would be a drug which did a useful job, and enabled the people who took it to not have any side effects on fertiity initially, but only after a prolonged period, or in the F1 generation, which is geneticists’ speak for “first filial’ or, effectvely, you get kids but oddly no grandkids. Many plants and animals when hybridised remain fertile as they are but become infertile in the F1 generation. Look up ligers if you think I’m lion’ about that. If this dream drug that you get practically a whole planet to take has no major negative effect and seems to do a job, but has that F1 effect, that would be ideal, wouldn’t it? Only twenty years down the line would it start to come out that very few people could have children and people would start to be putting two and two together and blaming the long gone Coronavirus pandemic and it;s jabs way back then. A 38 year-old Greta Thunberg will be blaming it all on mercury pollution and microplastics, and they for sure will also be playing a role but only a secondary one. Mainstream media will be telling people in 2040, if the Lord hasn’t returned by then and kicked them into touch, that anyone who blames the old jab is a conspiracy theorist nutjob, and when finally enough dissident voices prove it was indeed the jab, well, the mainstream will then start blaming Bill Gates but he will have been already dead and buried and they can vilify him then all they like. Or maybe the main thrust of public opinion would be by that time to accept the expediency of doing Project Kwaheri or whatever name they want to give it (Swahili is pretty cool for project names though) rather than the alternatives which are clearly inevitable and rather worse.
If we were, in theory, to jab everyone from early childhood until the close of life over the next ten years and then stop when it looks like the virus is done, and the kids born from now on cannot have kids themselves, and that means anyone born to someone born themselves between 1910 and 2030. And that means everyone. Except for anyone where both partners were in on the secret. Those people can remain as meek as they like, they inherit the earth. Clearly they will have to bring up their kids in strict segregation as folk could kill them out of a desire for revenge, but the best way to achieve a situation where that didn’t happen is to have only about 80% of people vaccinated and leave it up to people’s free will. Then you get some who are fertile still and maybe you end up with an Attwoodian, Handmaid’s Tale style future coming about in the 2060’s and 2070’s.
This would suit a lot of very powerful people who have in the past made zero secret of their eugeneticist sympathies. And therefore there is no reason why this shouldn’t be executed, if these rich elites can find the right technology to do it. My guess is, they have.
It is of course quite possible that they have engineered the whole thing so that we get back to that Georgia Guidestones figure of 500 million once all of this is done. But they would like to control who those people are rather than have people self-select for survival by refusing the jab. They don’t get to do this. They shouldn’t be trying to do this. It is playing God.
I won’t even mention what could possibly go wrong, but imagine there’s one religion, it isn’t hard to do, where women have eight children, and we have only two. Imagine all the people, enacting Shariah law? Hoo hoo! You may say I’m a dreamer, I daresay it’s not just me who worries about that, and the more of us who do the more can engage these depopulationist elites into understanding that with this imbalance with regard to reproductive policy between the enemy religion and everyone else isn’t a way to long-term utopia, unless you consider the Meccans inheriting the Earth to be what Jesus had in mind in the Sermon on the Mount. For sure the world would live as one. One big mess.
And hence, while I am already of an age where I won’t have any more children myself, and don’t need to fear infertility, I don’t want to succumb to their strategy. They’ve already effectively done this to me anyway but other strategies, like the mercury in vaccines for measles, mumps and rubella – the Thimerosal was there even if you avoid the triple vac and I gave mine single vacs from Russia and it still didn’t help. Dr Wakefield was really on to something but he probably got the mechanism wrong, and there’s his downfall. He’s still a good lad in my book, we all make mistakes. And I’m not against vaccines, I’m against bad science. If Thimerosal was great science, why is it not used today? Having 2 out of 100 kids coming out autistic at the peak of this abuse was all about scaring many parents in the west out of having kids altogether. And for sure there are falling birth rates all over the western world, including traditionally Catholic countries, during this period at rates surely not just down to the heuristic of urbanisation. I have three autistic children because of these people. In a sense it is a gift because Heaven is guaranteed to these ones, but who would choose this life for their kids and themselves? If you are going to use the argument that innocent kids go to heaven, you could use it to justify the abortion holocaust if you are not careful. We don’t do evil that good may come.
Basically, I cannot recommend to others that they ‘stand sure’ like an Anderson clansman and resist, if I don’t delve into my own Anderson genes and ‘stand sure’ myself.
Whether this is something to do with the Mark of the Beast in Revelation 13, I don’t know. I certainly cannot exclude it when the powers of this world are starting to behave around this thing as if it were that mark without which you can neither buy nor sell. And even if it’s only a precursor to ‘soften us all up’, then sorry, but I have no desire to be softened up.
I trust God. I see what God says in Psalm 91. You can either read your Bibles as I’m not going to quote it I’d rather you open it for yourselves, or you can grab a Bible in your language in the recently revised Gideons Bible App. I know there are Christians who don’t think this is the Mark. All I can say to such brethren is ‘don’t drive your car too close to a cliff edge at night’. I am grateful to God who in His Providence enabled me and my family to be ‘early adopters’ of this particular pathogen, we had already in January 2020 and then we got reinfected in September 2020. We expect a few more run-ins with it, but it’s going to be more and more like having a bad cold. God gave us a marvellous gift in the immune system. Christians need to trust Him.