The number of people contracting coronavirus after getting vaccinated is on the rise and recently published Centers for Disease Control safety guidelines have added to the uncertainty and distrust many feel.

The now-exposed uncertainty about the safety of Covid-19 vaccines bears witness to Divine Guidance given by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan in his message, The Criterion, July 4, 2020. He warned us to not take the so-called Covid-19 vaccines.

If we are wise, we will follow his instructions.

During a May 19 Senate Appropriations Subcommittee hearing about the agency’s 2022 budget, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, M.D. claimed that Covid-19 vaccines not only prevent illness, but they also stop transmission of the virus.


If Dr. Walensky’s claims are true, why are a growing number of vaccinated people experiencing severe side effects, even death, and many are still contracting the Covid-19 virus? And, can a person who is vaccinated still spread the virus to others?

The Centers for Disease Control website says, “COVID-19 vaccines reduce the risk of people spreading COVID-19.” In other words, the experimental vaccines do not prevent a person from contracting or spreading the disease.

“The government has no proof. What we’re seeing is just more indications of the experimental nature of this military technology. This is not a vaccine, and we’ve got to get out of the habit of calling it a vaccine because it never was. It’s experimental military technology,” stated Nation of Islam Student Minister Dr. Wesley Muhammad, an author and researcher who holds a PhD. in Islamic Studies.

Eight players and staff members with the New York Yankees recently tested positive after getting vaccinated. An episode of HBO talk show host Bill Maher’s “Real Time With Bill Maher” was cancelled in May after he tested positive for Covid-19 though fully vaccinated.

The CDC calls post-vaccination virus infections “vaccine breakthrough cases.” A small percentage of fully vaccinated people will still get sick, hospitalized, or die from Covid-19, according to the “Covid-19 Vaccine Breakthrough Case Investigation and Reporting” page on the CDC website.

As of May 17, the CDC said it had received reports of 1,949 hospitalized or fatal breakthrough cases.

As of April 26, the CDC reported a total of 9,245 breakthrough cases overall. And, the CDC announced on its website, as of May 1, only vaccine breakthrough infections that resulted in hospitalization or death would be investigated.

Dr. Walensky announced May 13, during a White House Covid press briefing, that new CDC guidelines allow people fully vaccinated with Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson injections to resume activities two weeks afterward without wearing masks or practicing physical distancing.

“It is not right to treat unvaccinated individuals as if they are sick individuals or as if the choice they have made is morally wrong. No one in our society should be hindered from participating in business, schools, or our government just because they have made a very personal decision for themselves or for their children not to receive a particular vaccine or vaccines,”

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Stated Senator Bob Hall (R), during a May 6 Texas Senate Committee on State Affairs hearing on Covid-19 vaccine dangers. “It is no secret that the Covid-19 vaccines are not FDA approved. They have been approved for emergency use operation, and that means no one can be required to take the vaccine,” he continued.

There is also fear the new CDC guidelines may lead people to believe they are immune from Covid-19 because they have taken vaccine shots. Evidence proves otherwise.

Coronavirus vaccines may not work in some people because of underlying conditions, according to a May 18 Washington Post article by Ariana Eunjung Cha. “Early research shows that 15 percent to 80 percent of people with certain medical conditions, such as specific blood cancers or organ transplants, are generating few antibodies after receiving coronavirus vaccines,” she wrote.

Ms. Cha went on to chronicle the fears of fully vaccinated Maria Hoffman. Ms. Hoffman, 39, is eager to rejoin the world. But as a kidney transplant patient, she is hesitant to go out into the world for fear of becoming infected. “Risk is very different for people in my situation,” she said. “I am 100 percent acting like I am not immunized,” Ms. Hoffman is quoted as saying in the article.

“The state worker is among millions of immunocompromised Americans, about 3 to 4 percent of the U.S. population, for whom the shots may not work fully, or at all, and who are unsure of their place in a country that is increasingly opening up,” wrote the Washington Post journalist.

“You can still get this disease,” warned Dr. Carrie Madej, an internal medicine specialist. “It just says that (the vaccine) should lessen your symptoms. So it’s only partial immunity, and maybe for about two months. Those are the benefits. The risks are innumerable,” she argued.

Research and protocols from drug makers Pfizer and Moderna say their products do not prevent transmission nor keep someone from being contagious, she said.

“It takes about 10 to 15 years to develop something of this nature, to make sure it’s safe and effective. So, this is definitely being rushed. And it’s not the normal vaccine. Remember, it’s not at all like (anything) anybody has ever taken,” said Dr. Madej. People are being deceived into thinking they’re taking a vaccine to help protect them against Covid-19 when they’re not, she stressed.

“One, they’re taking something called modified messenger RNA, also called synthetic messenger RNA. And that is a piece of a genetic code. And what they’re doing is they’re giving the person the code, so that your body is programmed like a computer to make what is inside the code. You are going to make part of the virus,” Dr. Madej explained in a recent phone interview.

But to trick your body into accepting the foreign genetic code, the drug manufacturers created an “envelope” that surrounds it, she continued.

“While it’s doing that it also serves as suppressing some immune checkpoints in your body,” Dr. Madej explained. “They have to suppress your body from destroying it to accept the code. But remember, if you suppress your immune system, other things can happen too.”

As of May 7, there were over 4,000 deaths following Covid-19 vaccines, according to VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System).

Less than one percent of injuries get reported, according to the CDC, which only investigates serious adverse events classified by federal regulators as deaths, life threatening illnesses, hospitalizations or prolonged hospitalization, permanent disability, or birth defects.

How should this confusion, death and serious injury from this experimental vaccine impact our behavior? As Minister Farrakhan declared in his July 4, 2020 Message entitled the Criterion: “We will not accept your vaccine … because we are not accepting death, because you are the very representative of death itself, the pale horse … So all of you that have made a covenant with death, your covenant is going to be annulled. All of you who have made an agreement with hell, your agreement with hell will be broken.”

“This a time when you hear God’s voice and recognize God’s voice, you have a responsibility to act on what that voice is telling you from God.”