Take Care That The Cure is Not Worse than the Affliction | Beaufort County Now | Dr. Bossche believes that vaccinologists, clinicians, and scientists are only focusing on short-term results at the individual level and not the consequences at the global population level, which he believes will soon become evident.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
    Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche is not an anti-vaxxer; in fact, he's a designer of vaccines and has worked in many areas of the vaccine industry for decades, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and GAVI. His credentials should impress the establishment.

    In an interview last weekend, he vehemently said that the lockdowns were the worst medical disaster of history. Even though he says the current vaccines are brilliant, they are the wrong weapon at the wrong time. Vaccines should never be given prophylactically while the virus is still active.

    His words regarding the future are chilling. If Dr. Bossche is correct, we are in a crucial time for humanity.

Written by Geert Vanden Bossche, PhD

    Geert Vanden Bossche, PhD, DVM, is a vaccine research expert. He has a long list of companies and organizations he’s worked with on vaccine discovery and preclinical research, including GSK, Novartis, Solvay Biologicals, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Dr Vanden Bossche also coordinated the Ebola vaccine program at GAVI (Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization).

    He is board-certified in Virology and Microbiology, the author of over 30 publications, and inventor of a patent application for universal vaccines. He currently works as an independent vaccine research consultant.

  • MARCH 6, 2021
  • “One could only think of very few other strategies to achieve the same level of efficiency in turning a relatively harmless virus into a bioweapon of mass destruction.” -
  • GEERT VANDEN BOSSCH
  • Vaccine Research Expert

We’re Risking Creating a Global, “Uncontrollable Monster”


    Dr. Bossche believes that vaccinologists, clinicians, and scientists are only focusing on short-term results at the individual level and not the consequences at the global population level, which he believes will soon become evident. Evident in the form of having transformed “a quite harmless virus into an uncontrollable monster”.

    His concern rests on ‘immune escape’. For those needing an quick introduction to the topic, read Jemma Moran’s article Mutant variations and the danger of lockdowns.

    You can read more and the rest of this informative article here.

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With no legislated Mask Mandate in North Carolina, and with vaccinations becoming ever more prevalent: What is your personal Mask Mandate?
  I will wear a mask, once fully vaccinated, as a courtesy to those present, or when required by proprietors.
  I will continue to wear a mask when fully vaccinated.
  I will not wear a mask because it does not comport with my better health requirements, and, or my ideals.
  I am pretty much a shut-in here, but, I will wear the mask if you think it best.
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