A pro-vaccine YouTube channel has inadvertently revealed to the world that the vaccine industry offers different vaccines for people depending on their skin color.
Allen Pan, who gets a thrill out of designing various vaccine weapon prototypes for shock value, discovered that his camerawoman Shani, who has dark skin, is skeptical of vaccines. This prompted him to have a discussion with her on camera about her concerns.
“I don’t think you should treat people who don’t want to get vaccines, or who are skeptical of vaccines, like they’re idiots,” Shani told Pan during a recent segment on vaccine skepticism.
“I don’t have a good enough track record of our government taking care of us, of doctors taking care of us, for me to feel comfortable that I’m not being experimented on,” Shani explained.
“Let’s just look into history, you’ve got the Tuskegee project, you have a radiologist who decided to radiate his patients, so I don’t feel comfortable at all putting anything in my body where I know that they don’t care about me.”
After discussing the matter further with Pan, Shani ultimately agreed to go with him to a pharmacy to get a flu shot, the caveat being that Shani only wanted “to go where the white people go” – which is exactly what the two proceeded to do.
Pan took Shani to a pharmacy in Beverly Hills, where the two appeared to get vaccinated for influenza on camera. When it was time for Shani to receive hers, however, the pharmacist pulled out a different vaccine just for blacks – watch below:
At around 2:50 in the video, Shani is heard rejecting the black vaccine and telling the pharmacist to give her “the good one.” Pan is then heard acknowledging that the situation is “weird,” to which Shani responds back that “they’ve got to be different,” referring to the two jabs.
“You’d better include this in the video that they tried to give me a different type of vaccine,” Shani then says to Pan, who laughs in response.
The spectacle was apparently meant to show that vaccines are safe and effective, and to reassure Pan’s viewers that they need not worry about the new Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines that are being peddled as part of President Donald Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” program.
In the end, however, the charade produced the opposite outcome by drawing attention to the fact that the medical establishment is not treating everyone equally when it comes to vaccination.
Depending on a person’s race or ethnic background, he or she could receive a different vaccine than the one someone else receives. This is especially concerning as billionaire eugenicist Bill Gates openly admits, along with his “wife” Melinda, that he wants to see black people put to the front of the line for China virus jabs.
Could it be that black people are intended to receive a different WuFlu shot than white people? Is one more dangerous than the other, or designed to produce a different outcome?
To be clear, COVID-19 vaccines are deadly no matter how you slice it. None of them are safe, regardless of one’s skin color. However, there is the possibility that some are worse than others, which is what this video by Pan illustrates.
“[Shani] gives legitimate reasons not to get vaccinated, then immediately goes and gets vaccinated,” wrote one Banned.video commenter. “Enjoy cancer in your 50s.”
“Of course his last name is Pan,” wrote another, presumably referring to California Sen. Richard Pan who spearheaded the elimination of medical exemptions to vaccination in the Golden State.
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