COVID-19 and Roundup: An Immuno-Comprised Marriage from Hell

By Mischa Popoff | 1 June 2020

CULTURE WARS — If you can contract Covid-19 more than once, can someone please tell me what good a vaccine is going to do? Anyone can see the war is on.

A crucial weapon in the attack is Roundup (glyphosate), a widely used herbicide that’s being used for something for which there was never any long-term safety-testing: the forced ripening of crops, called desiccation. This practice all but guarantees that this pesticide will wind up in our food,[1] as well as the animal byproducts that are used in vaccines.[2] It also happens to be a highly questionable agronomic practice.[3]

Roundup hinders biosynthesis in plants by poisoning the shikimate pathway. For decades it was only used prior to seeding a crop, and since humans and animals don’t rely on the same biology and chemistry as plants do, we were assured we could safely ingest small dosages while applying it. But we were never supposed to actually eat it, much less have it injected into our bloodstream. We now know our bodies rely on trillions of microorganisms integral to our immune systems that do employ on the shikimate pathway, leading to the grave conclusion that, more so than other pesticides, Roundup contributes directly to the suppression of our immune systems. […]

1 Comment on COVID-19 and Roundup: An Immuno-Comprised Marriage from Hell

  1. If you tuned to CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC, etc during the last couple of weeks, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that they blame the spike in COVID cases on businesses reopening too quickly and Trump supporters refusing to wear masks.

    After the protests, demonstrations, rallies and riots, I tuned in to these different networks to see their narrative on the events. What I witnessed were anchors encouraging anyone who had been out demonstrating to get tested for COVID.

    Sure enough, about a week later, we began to hear of spikes in symptomless cases among people under 35. Well, duh!

    Scripted and played.

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