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This appears to be pretty hard to refute. The photos are clear, so are the pictures from France, where warning signs for COVID-19 were on posters dated months before the virus was named. Same thing for manufacture dates on the jab vial wrappers. If this boils out, if it wasn't skillfully Photo-shopped, the results could be very controversial, for sure:

Article Wrote:How Did Astra-Zeneca Manufacture "COVID-19 Vaccine" in July of 2018 Before the Disease Was Even Discovered or Named?

Hal Turner

A whole lot of people have a lot of explaining to do. Boxes of COVID-19 Vaccine from AstraZeneca show a Manufacture Date of July 15, 2018 . . . But "COVID-19" wasn't discovered until 2019 and wasn't NAMED until February 11, 2020.

Here's the smoking gun: A box of COVID-19 Vaccine from AstraZeneca, with the manufacture date of July 15, 2018 computer printed on the box flap:

Go to article for pictures. They did not transfer here.

Link to Article and Supporting Pictures
A conclusion Lee Camp has reached too. It's a bioweapon from the U.S. government meant to increase Big Pharmaceutical power.
I have serious doubt that this will ever see wide distribution.
Even if it was widely shared with proof that it was true, the same people behind this entire lie have been extremely successful in painting anyone holding contrary views as a nut or planting the idea that they are "domestic terrorists." 
This is not new, I've watched it happen even at the local level to a man who called out corruption and malfeasance in city government. Later proven correct, his reputation and credibility was destroyed by those he had the audacity to question and no consequences were ever visited upon those who should have been held accountable. 
This campaign of personal destruction will cause many people who don't actually believe the narrative to remain silent.

Beyond that, we have been conditioned to have the attention span of 5 year olds and to be distracted by almost anything. Witness the panic when farcebook went down for a day. Nothing else mattered to many except getting it back online. A nuclear explosion would have generated little interest from many during that time.

It has also become a desirable characteristic to harshly attack fellow citizens who question the BS of the day so as to promote comfort by compliance.
Educating multiple generations of non independent thinkers has not been by chance.
DO NOT PANIC. The media will bury this story.
(10-14-2021, 12:34 PM)BobCatholic Wrote: [ -> ]DO NOT PANIC.  The media will bury this story.

The link already doesn't work..... at least it doesn't for me!
Whether someone claims COVID is fake, worse than reported, or planned, is not so much an issue as is using "memes" as if they're a legitimate, credible source of information.

The whole thing about memes is they are doctored images that have been saved and reuploaded so many times that the original source is unclear. It's like money laundering. If the source is not known, no judgement can truly be made as to the credibility of the claims made. This is why academia have such stringent rules on referencing - a screenshot of source material is not proof. Nor is regurgitating information with no source to back it up. Quotes or paraphrasing, with a direct reference to WHAT the source material is, who published it, and when allows the reader to backpedal and assess the conclusions for themselves.

My view here is cynical, because when one did encounter "conspiracy theorist" posts on Facebook (before leaving the platform) they are almost always an unreferenced, poorly written jumble of diatribe (like Star Trek technobabble), or using memes.