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The Coronavirus: They’re Trying to Sell A Vaccine

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By Dr. John Reizer

Author of The Target List Audiobook

What is the ultimate objective of the powers that be with regard to the coronavirus that is getting so much coverage on the national and international mainstream media? Simply put, they want to roll out a new vaccine and sell it to everyone.

In order to accomplish their objective, they  have to make it seem like the disease is going to be the end of the world. They want us to believe the coronavirus is more of a threat than it is.

Deceptive Terminology Being Used

The words EndemicEpidemicPandemic, and Outbreak, are often used interchangeably by government regulatory agencies as well as by the mainstream media companies to purposely mislead citizens about the dangers associated with certain diseases that may or may not be affecting various communities at any given time.

Endemic is the term used to describe a disease that regularly exists in a certain community. For example, measles is supposedly no longer endemic in the United States because there has been an absence of reported, continuous measles transmission cases for 12 months or longer. According to government regulating agencies, the disease is only transmitted in the United States by unvaccinated citizens that visit foreign territories and then bring it back home. These individuals supposedly infect other US citizens that have not been vaccinated.

Epidemic is the term used to describe a disease that has increased its number of reported cases in a community at a rate of one case more than was anticipated by health officials. For example, if a specific community normally expected 5 cases of measles each year based on previously reported health statistics, and suddenly 6 cases were reported, this would be an epidemic.

Pandemic is the term used to describe a situation where several epidemics are being reported throughout a country, in different countries or around the world at the same time.

Outbreak is the term used to describe a disease that has been reported in a community for the very first time or not for several years. Or the cases currently being reported are one case higher than previously reported. For example, if a given community has one case of measles reported in a given year and there are normally no cases reported, this would be an outbreak as well as an epidemic.

The reporting of epidemics and pandemics through media sources are very confusing to the general public. When people hear or read about these terms they often believe that millions of people are being infected with a disease process. Truth be told, the terms epidemic, pandemic, and outbreak are usually referencing only a few cases of a disease process that have recently occurred.

It is vitally important that readers understand the lexicon being used within the public health profession before blindly jumping to conclusions and making poor decisions that might end up harming them in the long run.

The coronavirus, if one exists, is being made to appear more of a problem than it is. If viruses actually spread like the CDC and other regulatory agencies claimed, we’d have all died long ago.

We have been brainwashed by movies and now believe synthetic vaccines are the only solution to resolve the fake plagues being creatively released into society by regulatory agencies that are financially influenced by big pharma.

Turn off the mainstream news. They are lying to us.

The Overhyped Measles Epidemic of 2019

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By Dr. John Reizer

Recently, there’s been a tremendous amount of disinformation being discussed through the mainstream media about outbreaks and epidemics concerning measles. And of course the media coverage is blaming the present epidemic on anti-vaxxers; those dreaded conspiracy nuts that refuse to receive vaccines and genuflect to the church of medicine.

Public health officials regularly release reports to the mainstream media about epidemics, pandemics and outbreaks of diseases. Then they encourage everybody to rush out to medical facilities in order to receive vaccines to protect themselves and loved ones against the named diseases.

Understand the Deceptive Terminology Being Used

The words Endemic, Epidemic, Pandemic, and Outbreak, are often used interchangeably by government regulating agencies as well as by the mainstream media companies to purposely mislead citizens about the dangers associated with certain diseases that may or may not be affecting or impacting various communities at any given time.

Endemic is the term used to describe a disease that regularly exists in a certain community. For example, measles is supposedly no longer endemic in the United States because there has been an absence of reported, continuous measles transmission cases for 12 months or longer. According to government regulating agencies, the disease is only transmitted in the United States by unvaccinated citizens that visit foreign territories and then bring it back home. These individuals supposedly infect other US citizens that have not been vaccinated. More

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