If you delve into this topic for about two seconds you immediately understand that there is hell of a lot of double-speak, you know, with the emphasis on hell.
With about one minute of reading – maybe I’m wrong – I ascertained that AstraZeneca did use a male aborted baby to obtain cell lines, which they then call immortal in replication, and since the vaccine is obviously going to use a replication, you know, something distanced from that baby murdered for someone else’s convenience, then it’s all just fine. Who gives a damn about that baby?
Lemme tell you: that baby will be fully adult at the last judgment and will stand in judgment of all those who danced in his blood so as to profit themselves for a moment in this world. But death comes to all of us, even for those not aborted and who feel powerful in murdering kids for their own benefit does death come. And then what the hell is that person going to do. There’s no vaccine against hell. Jesus saves. Repent. Go to confession. And don’t be presumptuous that you’ll just be forgiven anyway. That’s actually a sin against the Holy Spirit.
Is there an actual doctor who is a believing Catholic who can speak to all of this, or at least a doctor who is honest who can speak to all of this. But, in that one minute, I think I nailed it. It’s all doublespeak and a misapplication of the double effect theory, using “perception” and “distancing” to destroy consciences.
This isn’t about Covid, people; this is about the social engineering of consciences, killing consciences off. Once society does that, power is up for grabs for the most violent, the ones who hate God and neighbor the most.
When in doubt, you don’t act. A hunter who thinks he may see a deer but really it might be his buddy, but he shoots anyway and does kill his buddy is guilty of murder as soon as he intended to pull the trigger, regardless of whether he kills his buddy or not. Same here. You’ll have to kill me to force me to take any vaccine until more is known, without all the doublespeak.