When will the Elite give up on the Vaccines?
Alex Berenson believes that the "boosters are over." But is he right?
The World Health Organization (WHO) has admitted that “a vaccination strategy based on repeated booster doses of the original vaccine composition is unlikely to be appropriate or sustainable.” Now Alex Berenson has declared that this pronouncement marks the end of the vaccine regime:“boosters are over” and that “the (mRNA) vaccines [have] lost.” Is he right?
Not necessarily. While the clever types within the elite have begun to mark out plans of escape for themselves, the bulk of our ruling class remains steadfastly behind the pandemic and vaccine narratives that they have imposed on themselves and the nation at large. While they might be willing to admit that cloth masks are close to useless, that’s only because they’re hoping to convince everyone that we need all start using N95 or KN95 masks in their place. It must be understood that most of these elites will never admit that their policies have been ill-advised from the start. When the supreme court nixed OSHA based vaccine mandates, rather than admit that he had been wrong, President Biden encouraged businesses in America to continue enforcing mandates against their employees on their own initiative.
Berenson is of course right about one thing: the vaccines have failed. Even if reports of side effects and long term damage to the immune system prove untrue, the fact that the vaccines provide only limited immunity basically means their close to worthless. The idea we can persist on “boosters” every six months or so from now on is an entirely hopeless imperative. The ranks of the “vaccine-hesitant” will swell to such proportions that the whole thing will become a farce. Or, if these boosters are imposed by force, you’ll have a civil war on your hands. Despite these obvious facts, however, the vaccine advocates within the elite remain unfazed. The World Health Organization’s complaint about the current vaccination strategy, it is important to noe, is not directed against vaccination per se, as Berenson seems to assume, but only against providing the same vaccination. In other words, when the WHO declares that “repeated booster doses of the original vaccine” are “unlikely to be appropriate or sustainable,” emphasis must be placed on the phrase “original vaccines.” The WHO wants the COVID-19 vaccines to be updated to matched the newest strains of the contagion:
the composition of current COVID-19 vaccines may need to be updated, to ensure that COVID-19 vaccines continue to provide WHO-recommended levels of protection against infection and disease by VOCs, including Omicron and future variants.
So even while admitting that cloth masks and older versions of the vaccine don’t work, instead of drawing the obvious inferences from these data points (i.e., stop mandating face masks and vaccines), they are merely using the failures of the masks and the vaccines to justify more insane demands (i.e., everyone must now wear N95 masks and new vaccines must be introduced to battle Omicron and all “future variants” of the disease).
It would appear that the elites are going to keep hyping up the pandemic and vaccination as long as they can get away with it—which is to say, as long as their principle puppets remain in power. If the Republicans take over Congress next November, we might finally see our way to an end to the nonsense. But before then, not so much. The elites may, if sufficiently pressed, backtrack a bit on face masks and lockdowns, but it’s hard to see them giving up any ground on the vaccination mania. For the progressive elite, vaccination is something inviolate and holy. They’ve invested so much passion and tyranny into them that it’s going to be very hard for them to admit that they’ve been catastrophically wrong all along.