- The CDC changed the definition of vaccines as the covid vaccines are so ineffective.
- We made a further adjustment to increase accuracy further.
Due to the covid vaccine being ineffective, the CDC, which is tightly controlled by the pharmaceutical industry, decided to create a new definition of vaccines that would account for very low to completely ineffective vaccines.
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In this video, Kim Iverson covers the CDC’s changes to the definitions of vaccines.
The “Evolving Definition” of Vaccines
Definition #1: The pre-2015 Definition of Vaccines
Injection of a killed or weakened infectious organism in order to prevent disease.
Definition #2: The 2015 to 2021 Definition of Vaccines
The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.
Definition #3: The Sept 2021 Definition of Vaccines
The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.
What is the Problem With the Sept 2021 Definition?
The covid vaccines have no impact on either catching, spreading, or the severity of covid. This means that the September 2021 definition is inaccurate. For this reason, we have written a new vaccine definition.
The Brightwork Research & Analysis Definition of a Vaccine
The act of introducing a “something” into the body that has been approved by a government body controlled by the vaccine manufacturer, with financial conflicts among the approving board in the form of either consulting contracts or research funding or future job prospects that may or may not produce protection from a specific disease.
While immunity provided against a virus is more of a “nice to have,” for a vaccine to qualify as a vaccine, there must be 100% immunity against lawsuits from adverse effects and health damages caused by the vaccines provided to the vaccine manufacturer. Anything without legal immunity for vaccine manufacturers is now called something else that will be determined at a later date.
See the following quotation to see why we added the second part of the definition.
The federal government has granted companies like Pfizer and Moderna immunity from liability if something unintentionally goes wrong with their vaccines.
“It is very rare for a blanket immunity law to be passed,” said Rogge Dunn, a Dallas labor and employment attorney. “Pharmaceutical companies typically aren’t offered much liability protection under the law.“
You also can’t sue the Food and Drug Administration for authorizing a vaccine for emergency use, nor can you hold your employer accountable if they mandate inoculation as a condition of employment.
Dunn thinks a big reason for the unprecedented protection has to do with the expedited timeline.
“When the government said, ‘We want you to develop this four or five times faster than you normally do,’ most likely the manufacturers said to the government, ‘We want you, the government, to protect us from multimillion-dollar lawsuits,’” said Dunn. – CNBC
Now we can see that the immunity of vaccines is for vaccine manufacturers, not those vaccinated.
Why A Vaccine With 0% Effectiveness is Still Technically a Vaccine
Getting back to the Brightwork definition of vaccines.