Wolves Shepherding the Sheep for Their Protection


“I truly wish for everyone’s safety: that is the reason for this newsletter, to keep you well informed and healthy.”


To make sense out of today’s world the best observation focal point is by standing on your head—from this angle everything appears to be right. So many of the folks I have spoken with are in a state of confusion (yes, they do drink the daily Kool-Aid from the main street media). One of them stated that they would probably be taking the COVID-19 vaccine because they wanted to travel. I asked if this was the only reason, and they said “yes”. I asked why they believed travel was linked to the vaccine and they answered that it was what they understood from the news. Another stated they would be taking the vaccine in order to keep their job; even though they did not want the vaccine, they would if they were forced since they had a family to support. People automatically queue up for COVID testing. When asked why, they said that they thought it was mandatory since the police were present.

Talking or questioning COVID-19 outside of the agreed to narrative is rarely discussed by health food supplier owners. Not that they don’t have an opinion but they don’t want to make a stand that could affect their business. I am not like other owners; when it comes to addressing health concerns, I will speak my mind based on my research being fully supported and backed by science. Coercing obedience is not the way to bring acceptance, neither is threatening with vaccine passports for freedom of movement. The limitations of free and open debate on social media sites raise plenty of red flags for me: if greater health is the objective, why does it feel so wrong on so many levels?

A lack of trust towards the vaccine is showing among health care and frontline workers, and also military not just in the U.S. but in Europe as well. This hesitancy is mostly related to health concerns but trust in government is also part of the reason.

Dr. Bryan Bridle, viral immunologist, vaccine expert and professor at the University of Guelph explains several concerns regarding the vaccines. According to him, he would prefer to acquire natural immunity (through exposure to the virus) as opposed to gaining it through the vaccine because natural immunity is stronger than the vaccine-induced one. He says,

“Acquisition of natural immunity, which targets multiple components of the virus, may reduce the risk of re-infection not only with covid-19, but also with variants that can bypass spike protein-specific (vaccine) immunity…It’s just a matter of time before we will have variants that can bypass this narrow immunity conferred by all of these vaccines….Natural immunity is very broad…And we know now there’s lots of published reports that this is protective.”[1]

The problem with the messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) vaccines’ strategy is they do not use any “real” component of the virus at all (they only take a small part of the virus’ own genetic code), which leads to tricking the human body into producing a specific virus component on its own. Since only this specific component is built, no complete virus can be assembled. Nevertheless, the immune system learns to recognize the non-human component and triggers a defense reaction, the problem is if the code is wrong the defence becomes unsure. Just an interesting fact: the usual development time of a vaccine is 10-12 years yet the estimated duration of the emergency use COVID-19 clinical trials is 11-24 months using untested technology in humans.

It is also important to mention that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has authorized three COVID-19 vaccines for emergency use. These vaccines are the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine and the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine (Johnson & Johnson). But what does it really mean “for emergency use?” According to the FDA’s website

“An Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) is a mechanism to facilitate the availability and use of medical countermeasures, including vaccines, during public health emergencies, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic. Under an EUA, FDA may allow the use of unapproved medical products, or unapproved uses of approved medical products in an emergency to diagnose, treat, or prevent serious or life-threatening diseases or conditions when certain statutory criteria have been met, including that there are no adequate, approved, and available alternatives.”[2]

Does it sound reassuring to you? The experimental trial will not be completed till April 2023 which means that society are the test subjects, and upon the results obtained by the study, the vaccines will or will not be licensed for approval. If the vaccines were approved the government would become liable for adverse reactions, in an emergency trial they are not. Interesting to note the vaccine manufacturers have been given complete liability immunity, it is like an advanced pardon.

I would say don’t be in a rush to get your vaccine. The saying “the early bird gets the worm” may be true for certain matters, but when your health is in question, I am more inclined to the saying “the second mouse gets the cheese.” Vaccines are a personal choice, and since this mRNA jab is experimental with no track record, my suggestion is to wait and see (at least until the winter), pay close attention to those who have been vaccinated, and see how they react to the virus when it returns in the fall. Follow the Canadian government website[3] that lists the vaccine side effects. If you don’t see a spike this winter or by February and you still want to take the vaccine, then you do so with an informed consent after weighing out both sides. I truly wish for everyone’s safety: that is the reason for this newsletter, to keep you well informed and healthy.

Don’t forget that your body naturally provides lifelong immunity. Colloidal Silver and Thymus Gland are great options. Life Choice Thymus Gland also has Vitamin B6 (P5P) and Zinc Picolinate. B6 deficiency has been linked to thymic atrophy and reduced antibody production, while increased B6 enables the body to absorb thymus hormones. Zinc is included because it is the keystone molecule for thymic proteins, which are immune substances made in the thymus gland—no zinc, no immunity. Don’t forget your daily dosage of Vitamin C and probiotic complex such as Laktokhan either—since all diseases affect the gut. L-Glycine could be a great suggestion too since it is known as the wound healer that balances the glycogen levels. Evidence based natural medicine with no side effects is definitely needed for the prevention and treatment of the coronavirus.






[1] Walia, Arjun. 2021.

[2] U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 2020.

[3] https://health-infobase.canada.ca/covid-19/vaccine-safety/