USAID toots its horn and shows off vintage images of retired jet injectors
60 years of USAID: “Innovative Immunizations Past and Present”
There is no question that vaccinations are beneficial for most people. But, and there are always a few buts, the unintended consequences must be reckoned with. They are now being discovered with the new Covid-19 vaccines.
In the case of the mass vaccinations in the 1960s and later, it took a long time to discover/admit the horrible reality of blood-borne pathogen transmissions with unclean instruments, lack of PPE or hand washing.
Louis Pasteur (Link) (1822-1895) developed vaccines for rabies and anthrax, saving countless lives. He helped humanity. We won’t know for years what the unintended consequences of the various Covid vaccines will be. And the pathogens’ origin, is still officially unknown.
USAID has played a large role in global vaccination projects in the 20th-21th century. But>>>
There has been some not-so-funny stuff going on with USAID, NIH, CDC, Eco Alliance, and the CCP government with regard to gain-of-function experiments. Some suspect the Covid-19 plague, still making its way around the world, is one unintended result of these joint projects. USAID has a budget of over $27 billion. It’s involved as a pass-through agency to fund all kinds of projects; oversight by Congress has been lax.
A January State Dept. Fact Sheet denies knowledge of important facts: https://2017-2021.state.gov/fact-sheet-activity-at-the-wuhan-institute-of-virology/index.html
New York Post gets into some taxpayer dollar amounts:
Looming question: Did we enable and do this plague to ourselves?
This anonymous website suggests to me to me that the fight for access to non-biased jet-gun studies (new or unpublished, as in buried) on the connection between blood-borne pathogens is going to begin in earnest in the next few years. Too many people have died for governments to persist in acting dumb.
In the meantime, here are two images of a cleaned up–or never used– fancy 1980 jet gun owned by a Science Museum in the U.K..
“Med-E-Jet” inoculation gun, in carrying case, by Med-E-Jet Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio, 1980. This gun was designed to make mass immunisation more efficient. It enabled the user to give many people a small dose of vaccine or drug and was used during the smallpox eradication campaign. The medication is forced through the skin at high pressure without using a needle. The gold coloured handle holds a carbon dioxide gas cartridge to supply the power, and the white part protruding from the top of the gun holds the vials of vaccine. In the event, the very simple bi-furcated needle was generally preferred to this hi-tech approach.
Laura (Guest Author)