Science Misinformation Reigns at the BC Human Rights Tribunal

The BC Human Rights Tribunal dismissed multiple complaints before a hearing because they would not accept, despite being given the primary evidence, that "viral vector" COVID-19 vaccines are genetic-based (they are DNA based says the CDC). I'm afraid everyone who took those vaccines under the misrepresentation that these were traditional vaccines was misled. So much for your precious Human Rights Tribunal, huh Charlie?

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Well....

Aug 8, 2022 at 9:20pm

I think you're lacking in both research and basic intelligence. The vaccines used RNA, not DNA.

You're one of those idiots that likes to Hink your horn and wave the flag but think education is a government conspiracy. You belong in the USA, and bring your gun collection with you, dunce.

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Might

Aug 8, 2022 at 11:33pm

I grant you these rights because I have the might to enforce the rules. I wrote the rules so I know how and when to enforce them. If you disagree with my methods, you can take it up with my creature that I've called the Human Rights Tribunal. And, of course, you still have the right to protest, er, um, complain. But, you simply don't have the might to change my mind.

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Well,

Aug 9, 2022 at 7:00am

My mortgage and debt were cleared because of the NESARA/GESARA law....

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huh?

Aug 9, 2022 at 7:38am

Really? I don't recall anyone anywhere saying the vaccines were traditional. And by the way, a common insulin being used is an mRNA product as I'm sure a whole lot of other medications are. Get over it. Get vaccinated. Stay safe. Keep others safe. Wear your mask. The mutated covid virus is going crazy right now, a whole lot of infected people.

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Anonymous

Aug 9, 2022 at 1:30pm

To "Well....": The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are mRNA based, and the Astrazeneca and J&J "viral vector" vaccines are DNA based.

You think you're informed, but you're not. You would rather the Tribunal base its decisions on the same scientific misinformation that you believe, than the actual truth, and ridicule people who speak up about it.

Read the CDC, viral vector vaccines are DNA based. You think you're so smart, that you can ridicule me, but you're not smart, you are just as wrong as the Tribunal.

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vaccinated

Aug 9, 2022 at 1:42pm

To "huh?": The tribunal would not accept that the "viral vector" vaccines were DNA genetic based. There is a public misconception that the "viral vector" J&J and Astrazeneca were traditional vaccines.

I am vaccinated, with Novavax, which is a traditional based vaccine, thanks for your encouragement!

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Show of Hands [J]

Aug 9, 2022 at 1:52pm

Show of hands who received a covid vaccine under the impression it was traditional?

No one.

It's widely available public knowledge that they used an mRNA process in development since the early 2000s SARS outbreak. If you didn't know it, it's on you.

I get why you're afraid. This whole thing was enormous and nearly incomprehensible. It absolutely destroyed any illusions we had that we control even the smallest details in our own lives. It's ok to be afraid. The only thing we control is our own decisions, and a lot of those are pretty hard to manage already.

Take a breather, let go of fear and blame, and ask what you can do right now to improve your life.

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Yeah, yeah

Aug 9, 2022 at 3:09pm

The DNA in viral vector vaccines is for the spike proteins that kill the virus, not for the virus it's self. The "vector" is a different virus, not the covid virus that carries the DNA to the cell. Traditional, mRNA and viral vector vaccines have all been used to fight covid. All it takes is 1 minute on Google to learn this stuff, nobody is being kept in the dark, It's not a fucking conspiracy theory.

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Newborn Baby Satan

Aug 9, 2022 at 6:08pm

What the fuck are you mumbling about?

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Anonymous

Aug 10, 2022 at 4:27am

Strange confession… oh, it's not a confession. Were you blocked on Reddit?

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