Only eight months after the start of the worldwide mass application campaign of the experimental vaccine against COVID-19 or CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) could be close to granting final approval.

Although it was estimated that the authorization would be made on Sep. 6, it could be anticipated earlier in order to encourage the acceptance of those who have not yet been vaccinated, Reuters reported on Aug. 20, citing the New York Times. 

Despite all the strategies adopted by the authorities, and the great hype made by the media, only 60 percent of adults over 18 years of age have been fully vaccinated in the United States.

A possible immediate effect of the drug’s approval would be to make vaccination mandatory for members of the armed forces and for tens of thousands of official employees throughout the country. 

The emergency version was authorized after 2 months of experimentation, breaking the time limits considered prudent in the history of vaccine manufacturing. 

In this regard, Dr. Peter Doshi, editor of the British Medical Journal, explained that since 2006 vaccines for other diseases used to take 23 months of trials, much longer than the time used for the trials of the product against the CCP virus.

On the other hand, several of the world’s most qualified specialists have warned about the risks involved in large-scale vaccination with these new drugs. 

That is the case of the renowned scientist who invented the messenger RNA technology applied to the vaccine against COVID-19, Dr. Robert Malone, who emphasized the danger of vaccination increasing the danger of infection.

“The vaccine causes the virus to become more infectious than would happen in the absence of vaccination. This is the bacteriologist’s work nightmare,” Dr. Malone contends based on experience, as he testified before Steve Bannon on July 28. 

This would be because of an antibody reaction that already occurred in the 1960s with respiratory syncytial virus: “… causes more child deaths in vaccine recipients than unvaccinated,” quoted Dr. Malone who foresees that the tragedy can be repeated now. 

He further said, “And it’s happened with virtually every other coronavirus vaccine development program,” mainly as the effect of the vaccine weakens.

The processes followed in the development of the controversial vaccine have been characterized by contradictions, including the fact that the alleged effectiveness has dropped significantly from that initially announced.

In addition, deaths and serious side effects attributed to vaccines of all brands exceeded tens of thousands and millions of affected people, respectively, during the 8 months of the application campaign. 

Moreover, after presenting the experimental drug as effective with two doses, a third dose has now been approved, opening the possibility that more doses may follow.

These circumstances have generated misgivings among people who have not yet been vaccinated, and some of them express their disagreement with the FDA’s approval, even more so, considering that the experimental stage was projected to last until 2023.

“The only reason they would push the  approval of the pfizer vaccine before the conclusion of the experiment in 2023, is once approved it can be legally mandated globally,” @vandman777 wrote on Twitter.