World Economic Forum said there would be high morbidity then death after vaxx

Apr 15

Posted by Editor, cairnsnews

by Alison Ryan

A broad view of the issue was made by Celeste Solum – https://ugetube.com/watch/david-icke-former-fema-operative-celeste-solum-039-the-covid-tests-are-magnetically-tagging-you-and_IuwtJbcf6FYGDpm.html?lang=turkish – covering the use of animals etc in virus combinations:

Novel pathogens have been released into the wild (world). They contain combinations of viruses-MERS-SARS-HIV-CORONA and combinations of animals: bats-snakes-pengolins-birds-pigs. Think of the novel coronavirus (and other new pathogens) as nanoshells with infinite combinations of pathogens that can emerge from the payload program contained within the nanoshell.

The primary stated goal of this whole design is to corrupt the DNA of the host and kill the host, even if it takes multiple passes to kill the host. That is why the World Economic Forum (WEF) and International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) said there would be high morbidity (sickness) then death.

Since World War II there has been a proclivity among researchers and scientists to inject humans with snake venom for various purposes, all benevolent, in their eyes.

What I am talking about is the deployment of a Nano Hybrid BioRobotic weapon, half biological-half robotic, that is hollow with a payload and a mission.

Source: Celeste Solum

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