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Todd Gouwenberg Langley Sportsplex shooting victim United Nations gang member;
Todd Gouwenberg is
the Langley Sportsplex shooting victim who
has nearly 20 years
of gang involvement
Crime Scene of Harb Dhaliwal's shooting in Coal Harbour;
Francois Gauthier has been charged with first degree murder
in the death of Brothers Keepers gangster Harb Dhaliwal
United Nations gang member shooting Langley Sportsplex;
United Nations gang member killed less
than a week after
killing of rival
Brothers Keepers
gangster Harb
Dhaliwal in
Coal Harbour



There is concern that the South
African COVID variant C12 can
infect more people due to its
ability to get pass the vaccines
by Nathan'ette Burdine: September 22, 2021

Folks within the health community are concern about the South African coronavirus variant C.1.2 infecting more people. Their concern is based on South Africa’s National Institute for Communicable Diseases’ and the KwaZulu-Natal Research Innovation and Sequencing Platform’s study which shows that the vaccines and the antibodies that a person gets from natural immunity are no match for C.1.2.

Unfortunately for the rest of us, the greatest minds of science in our time can’t do anything about the vaccines being ineffective against C.1.2 because the speed at which C.1.2 mutates is faster than the speed at which the greatest minds of science can develop a vaccine that will be effective at fighting the C.1.2 variant.

With 41.8 mutations per year, the C.1.2 variant mutates at a rate that is almost twice the rate of the regular coronavirus variants that are no match for the vaccines. And two of C.1.2’s mutations, N440K and Y449H, are able to duck and dodge the antibodies a person gets after contracting the coronavirus. Due to C.1.2’s ability to ghost by the vaccines and antibodies, C.1.2 has gotten the honor of being labeled a Variant of Concern (VOC) and a Variant of Interest (VOI).

A VOC has a change in its biology that makes the virus more severe. The severity of the virus leads to an outbreak in a large group of people due to the treatments that are used to stop the spread of the virus being rendered ineffective.

A VOI’s biological changes are quite common, or predictable. And sometimes, the VOI’s biological changes increases the virus’ ability to infect more people and cause severe diseases. If a VOI infects a larger group of people and causes severe diseases to break out beyond the community or region where the infection occurred, then the VOI will move into the category of a VOC.

The most troubling thing about the C.1.2 variant is that more than half of its mutations are repeating the behavior of the mutations in other VOCs and VOIs that spread like Greek fire throughout the world.

Sure, the science folks say that C.1.2 is just hanging out around the towns in England, China, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mauritius, New Zealand, Portugal and Switzerland but we all know how that goes.

Before the year is up, C.1.2 will be hanging out around every town on the globe that is assuming it isn’t already sitting on a sofa next to you. And just to add a little more sour to this not so sweet tea, C.1.2 is still evolving which means the chances of our greatest minds of science coming together, anytime soon, to develop a vaccine weapon to take down C.1.2 are slim to none.

The science folks will say, “no worries,” because they saw the same pattern with the Alpha, Betta, and Gamma variants which they were able to lay the smack down on!

However, the difference between those variants and Mr. C.1.2 is that its many mutations, along with its continuing evolution, gives the C.1.2 variant the Ninja glow that K-POWS the vaccines.

It also doesn’t help that the C.1.2 variant has at least a four month head start on us which means it’s had time to modify its codes so that it can continue going undetected by the vaccines that our greatest minds in science develop to fight it.

Yeah, I know it sucks! C.1.2 is brighter than our brightest bulbs in the box.


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