A common option held in the vaccine mandates is that a person can be unvaccinated if they submit to regular testing. On the surface, this appears to
be benign. However, this is not the case.
First, it is important to understand that the tests have zero capabilities to tell you that you have covid. This is by their own admission. Every
test used has documentation that goes with it, such as package inserts and fact sheets
, which can be found on the manufacturer's website. For
example, you can find the Binax test documents at this website by searching for Binax Now:
In the Binax Now package insert, we find the statement:
That statement tells you that the test is incapable
of telling you that you have a virus
period, let alone a computer generated fake one
called covid. So, why test at all?
To answer that, we need to read the:
In this document we can see the risks to the patient include
If you're an astute reader, you will have noticed that taking the test actually submits all of your friends and family to isolation and monitoring,
regardless if they took the test or not. This is in fact how they are rounding people up in camps in Australia. One useful idiot takes a useless
test, and all of their friends and family can be taken off to a concentration camp (for your health of course).
Once placed under emergency medical care
, the patient loses many of their rights and protections, and anything goes.
The doctors and nurses giving the tests are supplied with these documents upon receipt of the test packets. Most of them will even sign off on an SOP
to provide legal backing that were were proficient in the administration of the test. In short, the doctors and nurses are aware of these risks to
you and your friends/families. Are they telling people the risks? Are the patients providing informed consent if they are not told the risks? And,
most importantly, is putting your friends and families at risk worth it to take a test that, by its own admission, cannot tell you that you have
edit on 18-12-2021 by Wisenox because: Fixed italic formatting.