Researchers claim to have developed a new vaccine they say will end the West’s opioid epidemic by using what critics call “mind control” to stop patients from feeling “the euphoric effects” prescription painkillers including fentanyl.
Marketed as a fentanyl vaccine and a “game changer” by a team of University of Houston researchers in a November 14 article, the vaccine works by preventing opioids from entering the brain, and thus preventing the user from experiencing euphoric effects.
Without the euphoric “high” from opioid use as a pitfall, researchers say patients suffering from opioid addiction “can ‘get back on the wagon’ to sobriety.”
Thus far the vaccine has been tested in laboratory rats, and will soon be tested in humans.
However, the new technology does not come without critics, many of whom claim the “vaccine” is more akin to “mind control” than a vaccine or treatment for addiction, as noted The Epoch Times.
A #vaccine designed to fight #opioid addiction has been developed. Introduced as a #fentanyl vaccine, it was created by a team of researchers at the University of Houston (UH) after years of research. https://t.co/cSPrakPs0D
— NTD News (@news_ntd) December 5, 2022
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a well known vaccine skeptic and founder of Children’s Health Defense, accused pharmaceutical companies of engaging in hypocrisy over the new jab.
“The same people who flooded the country with fentanyl hope to make additional billions on vaccines that will supposedly solve the problem they caused,” wrote Kennedy on his Children’s Health Defense website.
“This is a tried-and-true business model for Big Pharma. You can’t make this stuff up.”
Kennedy referred to the Alcohol and Substance Use Disorders Alliance, which operates under the U.S. Department of Defense, that led to the creation of fentanyl, reports Epoch.
The outlet notes also the program also provided “major funding” for the creation of the COVID-19 vaccines, and that the National Institutes of Health – which oversees Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases – is included in this program.
Also included is the Scripps Research Institute, which received large donations from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which Epoch notes in turn was “deeply financially involved” with promoting various COVID-19 vaccines.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, who handily won his general reelection campaign after a fierce primary where he was challenged from the right, touted the vaccines on social media.
“This groundbreaking new therapy can help combat the growing fentanyl crisis,” Abbott bragged.
Proud to be at the University of Houston today to recognize Dr. Haile & his team for developing a fentanyl vaccine.
This groundbreaking new therapy can help combat the growing fentanyl crisis.
Together, we'll continue to save innocent lives from being lost to this deadly drug. pic.twitter.com/5xTW9U9GOh
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) December 2, 2022
This news and commentary by Tom Pappert originally appeared on Valiant News.