The Plan is to Shoot You With a ‘Bubble Gun’

They are moving so fast that one gets dizzy trying to keep up. The Plan to Inject Vaccine Hesitant People is through an invention in progress called the “Bubble Gun.”

A breakthrough in laser technology is being developed in the Netherlands to make injections “virtually painless” and thus reduce the fear of vaccinations, according to the researchers.

David Fernandez Rivas, an associate professor at Twente University and a research affiliate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is the inventor of the “Bubble Gun.”

Because nerve endings in the skin aren’t touched during the procedure, it “shouldn’t cause pain,” he said, adding that this will be further researched.

According to him, the glass container of liquid is heated by lasers in milliseconds and a bubble is formed within the liquid, which pushes the liquid out at a speed of at least 100 kilometers per hour (60 mph). (The Henry Ford Company is designing one that pushes liquids out at 500 mph, so I don’t know about that).

Our skin penetration is unharmed because of this. As far as we know, there is no wound or entry point.” He hopes that his invention will not only make vaccinations more accessible but also reduce medical waste by preventing the use of contaminated needles.

Holy Bat Shit! They are planning to go around and infect, I mean inject, unwilling and unsuspecting people with a damn “Bubble Gun” under a false pretense of “keeping us safe” because they care. Awe… How sinister.

Tissue samples have been successfully tested with a European Union grant of 1.5 million euros ($1.73 million). Rivas expects to submit an application for funding this month to begin human testing with volunteers.

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It will be tested and marketed by a new start-up company that will collaborate with the pharmaceutical industry, he said.

They Call the Threat They Impose Phobias

Due to research and regulatory issues, the method may take a year or more to become available to the general public. Henk Schenk, a therapist in the Netherlands, estimates that one in five Dutch people are afraid of needles. More people suffer from needle phobia than you might think.” “It’s a taboo subject for many people.”

Some people’s phobias stem from a traumatic hospitalization as a child, while others are afraid of letting go of control. A small percentage of people, about 1 in 1,000, suffer from a severe phobia of getting a shot, which necessitates multiple training sessions.

People who have been able to avoid the (coronavirus) pandemic are now in a precarious position because of the plandemic. Governments are now telling us that freedom is not an option to say no thank you.

History has shown, along with the current desperation to stick a needle in every arm, that they cannot be trusted with this technology.

Problem – Reaction – Solution. Create the problem that will cause a reaction then present the solution to the problem that was caused by the same people.

The Plan to Inject Vaccine Hesitant People

The Plan to Inject Vaccine Hesitant People
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