Scientific Debate

Dr. John Reizer

Most subjects in science and technology are open to debate. It is highly unlikely that scientific prototypes would have been made and successfully launched without rigorous discussions that examined the benefits, flaws, and possible dangers associated with a given product.

This has never been the case concerning vaccine science. It’s not even proper, in my opinion, to refer to these dangerous medical concoctions as being scientific inventions when they have never been scientifically proven to have efficacy or any benefits for health care consumers.

Big pharmaceutical corporations have created and funded their research and paid for the results they desired for their medicines. They have so much money and cooperation from different governments that they can get their products into circulation regardless of how much danger they potentially can cause humanity.

When vaccines are openly discussed in a public forum, there are only two possible outcomes in those conversations. There is no room for public debate. People either believe or accept the narrative that vaccines are safe and effective medicines that prevent a plethora of diseases or they are classified as conspiracy nuts known as anti-vaxxers.

There is no room for scientific evidence or real debate on vaccine products because vaccine science is not, in fact, science by any stretch of the imagination.

There are plenty of medical physicians and science-minded people who are actively challenging the church of vaccinology, but their concerns and voices are censored and never heard or aired by the mainstream media presstitutes that are also paid for by the controlling powers.

3 thoughts on “Scientific Debate

  1. Lisa December 23, 2021 / 12:56 pm

    From the comic strip “Peanuts”

    Linus speaks:

    “Trust the science” is the most anti science statement ever.
    Questioning science is how you do science.

    Charles M. Schultz

  2. Lisa December 23, 2021 / 3:40 pm

    I thought so too! 😂

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