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The Never Ending Covid Boosters: Life as a Service

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posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 11:58 AM
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Well, between vax passports and talk of endless ongoing booster shots every six months...quotes like

www.timesofisrael.com...


COVID-19 is here to stay for and that next booster shot may be adjusted for variants: ‘This is our life from now on, in waves’


or

globalnews.ca...


Pfizer Inc Chief Executive Albert Bourla has said people will “likely” need a booster dose of the company’s vaccine every 12 months – similar to an annual flu shot – to maintain high levels of immunity against the original SARS-CoV-2 virus and its variants.

Pfizer expects the COVID-19 vaccine to be a major revenue contributor for years, and has forecast sales of $26 billion from the shot in 2021. Global spending on COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots could total $157 billion through 2025,


It got me thinking.

Remember a time when you used to buy software? You'd pay money once for a product and then you'd have it in perpetuity.

These days though, we have something called software as a service.

Basically, you take the same old software you used to buy once (office, Photoshop, AutoCAD...etc.) and force people to pay monthly for the use of it. As you can imagine, this made software companies bucketloads of money.

These days, everything's a service, hardware, printers, cars, mechanical equipment

So, you've got big pharma, they already make bucketloads of money off providing 'Life as a Service'. All these people on meds permanently for varying reasons, they need to pay for their monthly subscription of pills in order to continue life.

Only problem with that is, you can only increase your customer base so far using drugs alone. There's still going to be lots of people not paying their monthly life subscription. People they're not making money off of just so those people can keep existing.

The audacity of it. Why those people are no different than those dirty software pirates who steal money directly out of hard working corporate pockets. How dare they keep living and big pharma isn't making money off it.

So...how to you solve this problem?

Well, you get your good buddies, the corrupt, morally bankrupt politicians that make those pesky things called laws and you promise them bucketloads of money if they help you enforce a global monopoly for a product they can sell in perpetuity. One people will not be allowed to refuse.

In exchange, they'll get to share in on the money printing.

www.opensecrets.org...

theintercept.com...

www.pharmaceutical-technology.com...

www.statnews.com...

news.yahoo.com...

You'll pay for this through your taxes, you'll pay for this through your health, you'll be barred from society if you don't take this.

Why?

Because these companies and our politicians believe they should make money of the continued existence of every person on this Earth. They believe your life is a service you should be paying them for the privilege of continuing.

You want to work? Go outside? Have friends? Leave your country? Participate in anything?

You gotta pay the subscription.

Welcome to Life as a Service™, paid for semi-annually to big pharma with every booster.



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 12:05 PM
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a reply to: dug88

Worldwide ban on Gain Of Function research would be a good start.


When will mankind understand that "It Always Gets Out".



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 12:09 PM
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originally posted by: infolurker
a reply to: dug88

Worldwide ban on Gain Of Function research would be a good start.


When will mankind understand that "It Always Gets Out".


I mean, have we not made enough sci-fi/horror films to realize, ummmm...maybe we shouldn't do this?!?



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 12:15 PM
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a reply to: dug88

Interesting that you chose a software analogy. I assume it was either purposefully or you have great insight.

"With the 20/20 vision of hindsight, though, the connection should have been obvious. The implication of the Crick-Watson discovery was that the genes and genomes that underpin organic life are based on a code written in four letters – C (for cytosine), G (guanine), A (adenine) and T (thymine). Organisms are basically biological machines built by executing programs written in these letters. Just like computers, in other words, which are just machines that execute programs written in ones and zeroes."

"The trouble is that what is standard practice in software won’t work in bioengineering. Biological code, like computer code, will inevitably have programming bugs in it for the simple reason that we’ve never found a way of writing bug-free code of any complexity. As Schneier and Rudenko warn: “Unlike computer software, there’s no way so far to ‘patch’ biological systems once released to the wild, although researchers are trying to develop one. Nor are there ways to ‘patch’ the humans (or animals or crops) susceptible to such agents. Stringent biocontainment helps, but no containment system provides zero risk.”"

www.theguardian.com...



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 12:22 PM
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a reply to: infolurker

I agree.

2017

"The US government has lifted its controversial ban on funding experiments that make certain pathogens more deadly or transmissible. On 19 December, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced that scientists can once again use federal money to conduct ‘gain-of-function’ research on pathogens such as influenza viruses. But the agency also said that researchers’ grant applications will undergo greater scrutiny than in the past. "

www.nature.com...

"On Dec 19, 2017, the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced that they would resume funding gain-of-function experiments involving influenza, Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, and severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus. A moratorium had been in place since October, 2014. At the time, the NIH had stated that the moratorium “will be effective until a robust and broad deliberative process is completed that results in the adoption of a new US Government gain-of-function research policy”. This process has now concluded. It was spearheaded by the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB) and led to the development of a new framework for assessing funding decisions for research involving pathogens with enhanced pandemic potential. The release of the framework by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), of which NIH is part, signalled the end of the funding pause."

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 12:22 PM
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the corona virus hoax has manage to skim another few percentage points off the global economy.

you have entered into the healthcare slavery reality



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 12:28 PM
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a reply to: infolurker

Fauci Argued Benefits of Gain-of-Function Research Outweighed Pandemic Risk in 2012 Paper

" In an unlikely but conceivable turn of events, what if that scientist becomes infected with the virus, which leads to an outbreak and ultimately triggers a pandemic? Many ask reasonable questions: given the possibility of such a scenario – however remote – should the initial experiments have been performed and/or published in the first place, and what were the processes involved in this decision?

Scientists working in this field might say – as indeed I have said – that the benefits of such experiments and the resulting knowledge outweigh the risks. It is more likely that a pandemic would occur in nature, and the need to stay ahead of such a threat is a primary reason for performing an experiment that might appear to be risky.

Within the research community, many have expressed concern that important research progress could come to a halt just because of the fear that someone, somewhere, might attempt to replicate these experiments sloppily. This is a valid concern."

www.nationalreview.com...

The guy cannot be trusted.

"Fauci, the director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has admitted that the US gave the Wuhan, China lab hundreds of thousands of dollars for research. He has, however, denied it was specifically for the dangerous “gain of function” studies, wherein researchers alter a disease to increase pathogenesis, transmissibility, or host range. Such modifications hope to develop vaccines and therapeutics, but create deadlier strains. Some speculate one such strain escaped the Wuhan lab."

deadline.com...

He admits funding but says it wasn't "specifically" for the dangerous "gain of function" studies.

It's clear given his past opinion on gain of function that he knew the funding would partly go to that.



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 12:52 PM
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edit on 5-9-2021 by Chalcedony because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 12:56 PM
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a reply to: Zitterbewegung


"The trouble is that what is standard practice in software won’t work in bioengineering. Biological code, like computer code, will inevitably have programming bugs in it for the simple reason that we’ve never found a way of writing bug-free code of any complexity. As Schneier and Rudenko warn: “Unlike computer software, there’s no way so far to ‘patch’ biological systems once released to the wild, although researchers are trying to develop one. Nor are there ways to ‘patch’ the humans (or animals or crops) susceptible to such agents. Stringent biocontainment helps, but no containment system provides zero risk.”"

This is very well stated, and as a programmer, this is precisely why I don't trust vaccine manufacturers or scientists who tell us their vaccine is perfectly bug-free, that they have foreseen every possible outcome in their rapid trial testing. Biological code is orders of magnitude more complex than computer code and there's a virtually infinite number of platforms it can run on (e.g. different humans). Already the Covid-19 vaccines are almost useless against new strains like the delta strain, and they barely prevented any spread of the virus even when they were effective. Yet we were told for so long they would be the silver bullet required to end the pandemic, but they didn't even let us take off the masks. It's getting more difficult to find people who are truly skilled programmers... why would I expect that trend to be any different in other industries.



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 04:53 PM
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''You'll own nothing and be happy''-WEF ,your unelected rulers.



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 04:53 PM
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''You'll own nothing and be happy''-WEF ,your unelected rulers.



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 04:57 PM
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posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 04:59 PM
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a reply to: ChaoticOrder

I am a programmer as well and it is exactly why I don't trust this technology as well.



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 05:03 PM
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It will be like a subscription until enough of people say enough is enough and till there is a pushback..



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 05:20 PM
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Way back when we got three boosters for the polio vaccine on top of the original dose.

And that's how it's still given to children today. And any adults exposed to polio in other countries or as part of their work also get a lifetime booster on top of this.



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 05:23 PM
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a reply to: HawkEyi

Or when the human body say enough is enough and starts to fight back what is been injected, it will not be pretty, but with more side effects comes more diseases and more treatments.

Bit pharma has hit the jackpot of money making for the life of the human race in earth,

I always feels that we humans will be the ones to end our own species, all because of greed

Then where all that wealth and money is going? it turns into #.

The next phase of RN treatments base on genes is coming, the greedy bastards can not stop salivating,




posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 08:16 PM
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a reply to: Zitterbewegung

Also - www.phe.gov...

and

osp.od.nih.gov...

What I find curious is the lifting of the pause in the last days of the Obama admin - after a what, 3 year pause, they lift the pause 11 days before a new President is sworn in?

It's almost like they were afraid the new admin wouldn't approve the lifting of the research pause ...



posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 08:21 PM
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a reply to: squittles

Thank you for the post and links.

Very interesting. Also, didn't Fauci have a temper tantrum when Trump cut of the funding?

Warning: NPR spun it politically.

www.npr.org...

This headline hasn't held up lol:

"Trump admin pulls NIH grant for coronavirus research over ties to Wuhan lab at heart of conspiracy theories"

abcnews.go.com...




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