In this very disturbing video below, the speaker reveals that very soon corporations such as Google, and/or governments, will be able to read and influence your will better than you can yourself. I have said before that I believe one reason a person will forfeit all hope of ever being saved after receiving the mark of the beast is because that Mark will do something to their bodies and brain to where they are incapable of changing their mind. Once someone has agreed to conform their image into the image of the beast they will receive the same consequences as the beast: eternity in the lake of fire. We can see how the most recent jabs can be a forerunner to this. If you still deny that there are questionable substances within the hokey pokey, you simply are refusing to pay attention. Does this mean people who have gotten the poke are doomed? Not exactly. I believe there is still time to repent and ask the Lord Jesus Christ to cleanse you and protect you. Many took this poke out of ignorance and good intentions, believing it was for the best. Let me make it clear, there is still hope. Jesus Christ is Life, and He can renew and transform. The possibility remains, however, that this jab and all of its mandates etc is laying the groundwork for a global mandate of a chip being inserted into the body which will not only control your ability to buy and sell, but also connect you to the Internet of things and delinquish your personal autonomy and free will.
Repent. Jesus Christ is Lord! There is still time. TODAY is the day of salvation!
Austria is suspending a law making Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory for all adults, just a month after the legislation took effect in an EU first.
The country of 9 million people was among few in the world to make coronavirus jabs compulsory for all adults. The law took effect in February and called for fines of up to €3,600 (£3,000) from mid-March for those who did not comply.
But the minister Karoline Edtstadler said the law’s “encroachment of fundamental rights” could no longer be justified by the danger posed.
“After consultations with the health minister, we have decided that we will of course follow what the [expert] commission has said,” Edtstadler said after a cabinet meeting. “We see no need to actually implement this compulsory vaccination due to the [Omicron] variant that we are predominantly experiencing here.”
The highly contagious variant is widely believed to be less severe than previous forms of the virus, and so far Austrian hospitals have been able to cope with a surge in cases.
Calls to review the law have become increasingly loud, especially as Austria has dropped almost all coronavirus
Natural immunity better protects against the Delta strain of COVID-19 than a vaccine, according to a study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday.
Researchers examined COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations from May through November 2021 in California and New York. The research team examined case and hospitalization rates among four cohorts of people: the unvaccinated and previously uninfected, the vaccinated and previously infected, the unvaccinated with a previous COVID-19 diagnosis, and the vaccinated with a previous COVID-19 diagnosis.
The study found that the natural immunity obtained through recovering from a bout of COVID-19 gave people a much greater degree of protection against the Delta strain of COVID-19 than receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. The study said:
By the week beginning October 3, compared with COVID-19 cases rates among unvaccinated persons without a previous COVID-19 diagnosis, case rates among vaccinated persons without a previous COVID-19 diagnosis were 6.2-fold (California) and 4.5-fold (New York) lower; rates were substantially lower among both groups with previous COVID-19 diagnoses, including 29.0-fold (California) and 14.7-fold lower (New York) among unvaccinated persons with a previous diagnosis, and 32.5-fold (California) and 19.8-fold lower (New York) among vaccinated persons with a previous diagnosis of COVID-19. During the same period, compared with hospitalization rates among unvaccinated persons without a previous COVID-19 diagnosis, hospitalization rates in California followed a similar pattern. These results demonstrate that vaccination protects against COVID-19 and related hospitalization, and that surviving a previous infection protects against a reinfection and related hospitalization. Importantly, infection-derived protection was higher after the Delta variant became predominant, a time when vaccine-induced immunity for many persons declined because of immune evasion and immunologic waning (2,5,6).