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The Beast System Continues to Move Forward

Three Case Western University professors, Dr. Michael Lederman, Maxwell J. Mehlman, and Dr. Stewart Youngner, in a USA Today opinion piece, have called for MANDITORY VACCINATIONS. Here are their recommendations:

►Make vaccinations free and easily accessible.
►Exempt only those with medical contraindications to immunization. It is likely that more than one vaccine platform will prove effective (as was the case for polio vaccines) and, as a result, medical conditions that prohibit all COVID-19 vaccines will be rare.
Do not honor religious objections. The major religions do not officially oppose vaccinations.
►Do not allow objections for personal preference, which violate the social contract.

Their recommendations for ensuring compliance are as follows:

“Vaccine refusers could lose tax credits or be denied nonessential government benefits. Health insurers could levy higher premiums for those who by refusing immunization place themselves and others at risk, as is the case for smokers. Private businesses could refuse to employ or serve unvaccinated individuals. Schools could refuse to allow unimmunized children to attend classes. Public and commercial transit companies — airlines, trains and buses — could exclude refusers. Public and private auditoriums could require evidence of immunization for entry.”

The fact that this is not about public health is evident in their logical contradiction; namely, that those who have been vaccinated, if they truly believe that a vaccine protects them, have nothing to fear from those who have chosen not to get a vaccine. But we know that we are beyond logic at this point; for likewise, those who social distance have nothing to fear from those who choose not to wear masks, yet they insist on forcing others to put something on their head in order to buy or sell.

So, how does this tie into the Beast system that will be used to enforce the mark during the Tribulation? Immunization Certification:

“How then should immunizations be documented? A registry of immunization will be needed with names entered after immunization is completed. Adequate immunization may require more than a single vaccination, and the durability of protection by different vaccines may vary and may require periodic booster immunizations. Thus, immunized persons will need to receive expiration date-stamped certification cards, which should be issued to all who are immunized in the country, whether here legally or not.”

Of course, people will get tired of having to display a card everywhere they go. Won’t it be more convenient just to wear something; a wristband perhaps? UK Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, spoke of issuing “immunity wristbands” as far back as April, 2020.

Whatever the mechanism, there will be a normalization of having to display some sort of identifier in order to buy or sell. The vaccine isn’t necessarily the issue; the vaccine is the excuse to implement the next part of the system.