Vaccines and storage problems
This is NOT from the article, but from a separate introduction.
Let's talk about something that almost all mass international vaccine deaths are initially blamed on, whether it's the truth or not: cold chain storage.
The MMR can't be stored at any temperature higher than 46 degrees, nor frozen below -58. This continues to be a problem all over the world, but especially in countries that are 90 to 100 degrees F every single day of the year.
So what about both the Moderna and Pfizer mRNA-based coronavirus vaccines? mRNA is inherently unstable, but to make matters worse, the vaccines are encased in nano-lipid technology that is so unstable and heat sensitive that it must be stored at -94 F.
Vaccine freezers this cold don't even exist. How would two doses of these vaccines be distributed, annually, to 7,600,000,000 people all over the world? What the heck is the US thinking funding mRNA vaccines? Are Pfizer and Moderna desperate to see how this experiment plays out? And what happens when the cold chain is broken and a truckload of vaccines, valued at $37 each dose, is compromised?
Probably nothing. They'll inject them into Africans, into children, into the unsuspecting, and then deny any causation when people drop dead. Business as usual.
More - the Atlantic has a series about the corona virus. https://www.theatlantic.com/category...w-coronavirus/
"Vaccines are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get - acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy, allergies, anaphylaxis, asthma, autoimmune disease, diabetes, eczema, petit/gran mal seizures, fibromyalgia, Henoch-Schonlein purpua, Dravet's Syndrome, Retts Syndrome, Sweet's Syndrome, Hughes Syndrome, encephalitis, speech delay, tics, neurological damage, coma, ADEM, ADHD, AFP, ASIA, CFS, CRPS, GBS, ITP, JPA, JRA, LGS, LKS, MS, OMS, ORS, PANDAS, PANS, PINTANDS, POF, POTS, RA, SIDS, SJS, SLE, SPD, SUDS, TPI, the disease one is being vaccinated against, or death."
Paraphrased from "Forrest Gump".
List from the drug companies' own package inserts that come with their product as required by law.