Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 7 July 2021

Nothing is Safe: Vaccine Industry Now Altering Spike Proteins To Target Cats, Dogs, and Other Pets – I said 9 months ago that they would target animals on the basis that they are a source for transmitting ‘Covid’

The vaccine industry is not happy with their progress on forcing their spike protein experiments on all men, women, and children. Big pharma and friends now want to target animals, including cats, dogs, minks, and other pets.

The UK Labour Party is urging health ministers to approve vaccines for pets once the human population has been dealt with. Labour’s Sir Mark Hendrick said: “Covid possibly started in bats. The priority is to vaccinate humans, but a year or so down the line we have to look at animal vaccines.”

The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), which has been advising the UK government throughout the pandemic, is recommending new virus engineering experiments to alter the spike proteins for use in animals. SAGE virologist, Prof Deenan Pillay, said: “It may be the current vaccines would need a tweak for nonhuman species.”

To add to the charade, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has claimed that the “deadly virus” latches on to pet fur, therefore pet owners should be fearful of their furry friend. Additionally, the BBC is reporting on “studies” that have been conducted that suggest that Covid is common in cats and dogs whose owners have the virus.

Swabs were taken from 310 pets in 196 households, and the results apparently showed that six cats and seven dogs returned a positive PCR test, while 54 animals tested positive for virus antibodies.

Of course, the study used the entirely reliable PCR test, which is not at all known for creating false positives. Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test, even stated himself that the test has been used to create the “illusion of a pandemic” as it is not a reliable test for viruses.

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