There are many respected doctors and scientists speaking out about the future danger of these vaccines(ADE is a huge red flag). They are speaking the language of science so to call them "conspiracy theorists" is rude, boorish and disingenuous.
I'm not taking the jab. I have no issue with you taking it. I wish me and my family could just go ahead and live in peace but that isn't possible. The jab-happy death cult is not going to rest until everyone has been stabbed. Next they're going for the children. So it's obvious to me that just hoping to be left alone is not going to work because they've now marginalized anyone who doesn't join the death cult.
You go ahead and get stabbed, not me thanks.
Huh? What do you think they've been shooting in our arms?
Of course it's being administered. When the Pfizer emergency vaccine received full approval from the US FDA, it was given a name, Cominarty.
Same formula, same vaccine, they even changed the labels of the old to the new, so yes, it's being administered.
Shan State - Burma [Myanmar]
From Wikipedia -Shan State, commonly known by its native name Muang Tai, as well as Shanland (Shan: မိူင်းတႆး, pronounced [mɤ́ŋ.táj]; Burmese: ရှမ်းပြည်နယ်, pronounced [ʃáɰ̃ pjìnɛ̀]), is a state of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. Shan State borders China (Yunnan) to the north, Laos (Louang Namtha and Bokeo Provinces) to the east, and Thailand (Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son Provinces) to the south, and five administrative divisions of Burma (Myanmar) in the west.
The largest of the 14 administrative divisions by land area, Shan State covers 155,800 km2, almost a quarter of the total area of Burma. The state gets its name from Burmese name for the Tai people: "Shan people". The Shan constitute the majority among several ethnic groups that inhabit the area. Shanland is largely rural, with only three cities of significant size: Lashio, Kengtung, and the capital, Taunggyi. Taunggyi is 150.7 km northeast of the nation's capital Naypyitaw.
Tai people from Shan State, carry no official status within Burma and enter Thailand as workers, domestic help or construction mainly, under strict immigration rules. We know them collectively as 'Tai Yai', regardless of the differences in ethnicity. They are hard-working honest folk and often discriminated against by greedy Thai's.