The difference between pesticides and vaccines

Pesticides are nasty concoctions of neurotoxic chemicals, and so are vaccines. The difference is that one is designed to harm and kill and the other is designed to prevent and protect. Another difference is that one is generally sprayed, and thus can be inhaled or absorbed through the skin, and then largely excreted. The other? It’s injected, and so quickly ends up in the bloodstream and brain―a “closed system” where the neurotoxins are forever trapped. Isn’t that just wonderful…

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