THE VACCINE MAGNET CHALLENGE

billy t

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I am not going to accept any theory until I see hardcore data to support it. Why? Because those in power always try to infiltrate the truth movement and spread crazy ideas to discredit us. That way, they can run multiple stories where they make us all look like nut cases.

How do we stop them from playing this game? VERIFYING information before posting it.

All sorts of tricks can be used to make magnets stick to people. These videos prove nothing.

I am not saying there isn't something to it but until I can verify it then its not worth paying attention to. Prove it.

This is the same type of trick they are using with David Icke and the reptilian alien conspiracy.

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Zombiekirk

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I am not going to accept any theory until I see hardcore data to support it. Why? Because those in power always try to infiltrate the truth movement and spread crazy ideas to discredit us. That way, they can run multiple stories where they make us all look like nut cases.

How do we stop them from playing this game? VERIFYING information before posting it.

All sorts of tricks can be used to make magnets stick to people. These videos prove nothing.

I am not saying there isn't something to it but until I can verify it then its not worth paying attention to. Prove it.

This is the same type of trick they are using with David Icke and the reptilian alien conspiracy.

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Yup. It doesn’t matter if I see 1 video or 100, they are not proof on their own, and I have found 0 actual proof in real cases in my own testing of the theory. Wasting time on this is exactly what they want. They aren’t microchipping us, they are making billions off of us. Anyway, a device small enough to pass through a needle is never going to have enough magnetic charge to hold anything to the skin.
 






AmazingGrace

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has anyone tried to use a neodymium magnet on the vaccine vial?
that should stick, no?
if it doesnt, then perhaps the chemicals in the vax are interacting with the iron in our body (the heme group (Fe+2) in red blood cells) or blood at the site of the injection. that could certainly explain the blood clotting.
I have. I'm skeptical about this, but still wanted to try :D I tested this on person who got AZ. According to his words it's strongest magnet he has. It didn't work, but must add that I didn't have much time to try and test subject didn't cooperate :D and I probably chose too heavy magnet. Two of these:
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I was expecting magnetic pull, but didn't feel any.
 






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Yup. It doesn’t matter if I see 1 video or 100, they are not proof on their own, and I have found 0 actual proof in real cases in my own testing of the theory. Wasting time on this is exactly what they want. They aren’t microchipping us, they are making billions off of us. Anyway, a device small enough to pass through a needle is never going to have enough magnetic charge to hold anything to the skin.
Plus, magnets tend to ruin tech and make it unusable.
I’ve produced plenty of videos that show something is going on - you don’t have to believe it but you’re not proving anything with your “it’s fake” statement either.
i at least made an argument to support my theory of it being fake. You blindly trusting random videos on the internet doesn’t make you right.
 






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I have. I'm skeptical about this, but still wanted to try :D I tested this on person who got AZ. According to his words it's strongest magnet he has. It didn't work, but must add that I didn't have much time to try and test subject didn't cooperate :D and I probably chose too heavy magnet. Two of these:
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I was expecting magnetic pull, but didn't feel any.
It's great that you actually tested it out to come to your conclusions. I would like to add that the magnets seem to stick well to M*derna and Pfiz3r, and all the videos so far show very little to zero magnetic effect in astr*zeneca. If possible, can you try the magnet challenge on people who got these two vaccines?
 






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It's great that you actually tested it out to come to your conclusions. I would like to add that the magnets seem to stick well to M*derna and Pfiz3r, and all the videos so far show very little to zero magnetic effect in astr*zeneca. If possible, can you try the magnet challenge on people who got these two vaccines?
Everybody I know and have access to got AZ.
 






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Is this verified by anyone here with the knowhow?
If true this is good news imo. It means it is just a tracking device and not killing intentionally (for now at least) . It also means you can dissable the chip or even extract it as it seems to stay localized in the general area of the injection (hence the magnetic properties).
 






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Yup. It doesn’t matter if I see 1 video or 100, they are not proof on their own, and I have found 0 actual proof in real cases in my own testing of the theory. Wasting time on this is exactly what they want. They aren’t microchipping us, they are making billions off of us. Anyway, a device small enough to pass through a needle is never going to have enough magnetic charge to hold anything to the skin.
@Zombiekirk for all of our benefit, could you let us know if you think the members of general public in this video are paid liars/ actors?

that would be the only explanation.
 






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Yup. It doesn’t matter if I see 1 video or 100, they are not proof on their own, and I have found 0 actual proof in real cases in my own testing of the theory. Wasting time on this is exactly what they want. They aren’t microchipping us, they are making billions off of us. Anyway, a device small enough to pass through a needle is never going to have enough magnetic charge to hold anything to the skin.
Yes they made billions of off us. But this money has already been transferred. Why would they bother pushing for the use of their vaccines (if the only goal was making money) considering this goal has been achieved?
 






billy t

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Yup. It doesn’t matter if I see 1 video or 100, they are not proof on their own, and I have found 0 actual proof in real cases in my own testing of the theory. Wasting time on this is exactly what they want. They aren’t microchipping us, they are making billions off of us. Anyway, a device small enough to pass through a needle is never going to have enough magnetic charge to hold anything to the skin.
Its great for views though that is for sure. Using sensationalist headlines similar to those found in mainstream media helps too.
 






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Yes they made billions of off us. But this money has already been transferred. Why would they bother pushing for the use of their vaccines (if the only goal was making money) considering this goal has been achieved?
The goal is multifaceted. Even the financial side of it can be subdivided into a plethora of different categories. Each scheme is connected to another scheme and woven into a web of lies to catch the flies. However, the web of the spider is always weak.
 






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I am not going to accept any theory until I see hardcore data to support it. Why? Because those in power always try to infiltrate the truth movement and spread crazy ideas to discredit us.
This statement could suggest that you have accepted the hard-core data theory provided by those in power that there is a nasty virus going around killing people which justifies everybody needing some needle in their arm.

I don’t see any motive for people all over the world to jump on the whacky magnet conspiracy theory and make a video then post on social media. What would anybody have to gain by doing that? considering the vast majority of people who watch YouTube nowadays have swallowed the official narrative hook, line and sinker leaving them wide open to ridicule and contempt.

When the weight of circumstantial evidence makes the official narratives buckle don’t be so quick to dismiss it, that's all I'm saying.

This valuable lesson should be in your toolbox since 9/11.
 






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130713wdydi

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Is this verified by anyone here with the knowhow?
If true this is good news imo. It means it is just a tracking device and not killing intentionally (for now at least) . It also means you can dissable the chip or even extract it as it seems to stay localized in the general area of the injection (hence the magnetic properties).
There are multiples of this video going around in bitchut3 and a few other platforms, and I remember someone debunking it in the comments section. I will try to search for it and screenshot it.
 






Zombiekirk

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This statement could suggest that you have accepted the hard-core data theory provided by those in power that there is a nasty virus going around killing people which justifies everybody needing some needle in their arm.

I don’t see any motive for people all over the world to jump on the whacky magnet conspiracy theory and make a video then post on social media. What would anybody have to gain by doing that? considering the vast majority of people who watch YouTube nowadays have swallowed the official narrative hook, line and sinker leaving them wide open to ridicule and contempt.

When the weight of circumstantial evidence makes the official narratives buckle don’t be so quick to dismiss it, that's all I'm saying.

This valuable lesson should be in your toolbox since 9/11.
The videos cease to be any form of evidence when they are impossible to prove to be 100% authentic. I don’t just decide to believe something because of my personal bias. That is kind of against the whole point of being a critical thinker.
 






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@Zombiekirk for all of our benefit, could you let us know if you think the members of general public in this video are paid liars/ actors?

that would be the only explanation.
They very well could be, or just ordinary people jumping on a bandwagon to get clicks or views. It really isn’t that hard to believe considering the stupid shit people do all the time.
 






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Plus, magnets tend to ruin tech and make it unusable.

i at least made an argument to support my theory of it being fake. You blindly trusting random videos on the internet doesn’t make you right.
No my friend tried it on someone and it stuck - she sent me the photo.

Also a forum member tried it and it worked for them and they posted video and a photo
 






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There are multiples of this video going around in bitchut3 and a few other platforms, and I remember someone debunking it in the comments section. I will try to search for it and screenshot it.
Yeah that’s fake but that’s obviously fake. Just like there are obvious fakes with the magnet challenge.

It seems a lot of you are getting worked up over this. There are tons of videos surfacing of it working, ones on the street done by Del Bigtrees’s team and others showing it works - people who are vested in the truth movement.

I have my own proof and I trust the forum members.

Go ahead and not believe as is your right. This is a conspiracy forum however, and it seems at times people on here want to push the MSM narrative- just sayin.
 






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This statement could suggest that you have accepted the hard-core data theory provided by those in power that there is a nasty virus going around killing people which justifies everybody needing some needle in their arm.

I don’t see any motive for people all over the world to jump on the whacky magnet conspiracy theory and make a video then post on social media. What would anybody have to gain by doing that? considering the vast majority of people who watch YouTube nowadays have swallowed the official narrative hook, line and sinker leaving them wide open to ridicule and contempt.

When the weight of circumstantial evidence makes the official narratives buckle don’t be so quick to dismiss it, that's all I'm saying.

This valuable lesson should be in your toolbox since 9/11.
Exactly.
 






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