“I gathered all V @ X ingredients into a list and contacted Poison Control. After intros and such, and asking to speak with someone tenured and knowledgeable, this is the gist of that conversation.
Me: My question to you is how are these ingredients categorized? As benign or poison? (I ran a few ingredients, formaldehyde, Tween 80, mercury, aluminum, phenoxyethanol, potassium phosphate, sodium phosphate, sorbitol, etc.)
He: Well, that's quite a list... But I'd have to easily say that they're all toxic to humans... Used in fertilizers... Pesticides... To stop the heart... To preserve a dead body... They're registered with us in different categories, but pretty much poisons. Why?
Me: If I were deliberately to feed or inject my child with these ingredients often, as a schedule, obviously I'd put my daughter in harm's way... But what would legally happen to me?
He: Odd question... But you'd likely be charged with criminal negligence... perhaps with intent to kill... and of course child abuse... Your child would be taken away from you... Do you know of someone's who's doing this to their child? This is criminal...
Me: An industry... These are the ingredients used in V @ ( ( ! N E $... With binding agents to make sure the body won't flush these out... To keep the antibody levels up indefinitely...
The man was beside himself. He asked if I would email him all this information. He wanted to share it with his adult kids who are parents. He was horrified and felt awful he didn't know... his kids are V @ X E D and they have health issues...”
Only a sick mind
Would inject a healthy person,
who is not at risk of dying from the sickness,
with the sickness.
"This is to prevent you from getting sick.
And if you resist,
we'll make sure you won't have access to shit."
Thus locking you out of society,
setting you up to get actually get sick,
which will then be falsely classified as the sickness they claim to >not want you get,
then forcing you to get injected with
the actual sickness...
So you can be healthy.
Only a sick mind would be like,
"Yeah, that makes sense... Let's do that."