France considers slowing vaccine rollout for hospital staff, with many unable to work following jab

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February 22, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – The AstraZeneca experimental COVID-19 vaccine currently being given to health workers in France has caused so many side-effects that the French vaccination task force (Conseil d’orientation de la stratégie vaccinale) has recommended “a staggering of the vaccination schedule for people working in the same care unit” as well as “the systematic intake of paracetamol just before the injection and in the two following days.”

The vaccine was developed by Oxford University together with the British-Swedish pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca by cultivating the weakened SARS-CoV-2 virus in the HEK-293 cell line derived from the kidney of an aborted baby. According to the Oxford Vaccine Centre, these weakened viruses “are purified several times to remove the cell culture material,” adding that “this makes it unlikely that any human material remains in the final vaccine.” “Unlikely”, it is worth noting, does not mean “impossible.”

The French restrictions on the AstraZeneca jab follow a series of undesirable incidents registered in several hospitals in different parts of the country where personnel were being massively inoculated from the start of the campaign on February 5. These were so numerous that the hospitals were finding themselves facing personnel shortages in ICU and COVID-19 units. In one hospital, half of the physiotherapists were on sick leave at the same time after having received the vaccine.

In the most western town of France, the university hospital of Brest in Brittany was particularly hard hit. During the first week of the campaign between 20 to 25 percent of the recipients of the vaccine had to stop work because of influenza symptoms including bad headaches, high fever and sore muscles. The hospital authorities subsequently took the decision to stop vaccinations.


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Similar scenarios played out in other hospitals in Brittany and have been documented by the local media in towns such as Quimper and Morlaix. In the town of Vannes 18 percent of the vaccinated health workers were reportedly compelled to take sick leave after receiving a vaccine.

In Normandy, the hospital of Saint-Lô suspended vaccinations on February 11 after ten of the fifty or so employees vaccinated on February 10 presented symptoms of fever and nausea. By that date 10, 000 shots had been delivered to health workers and 149 “pharmacovigilance declarations” had been filed. The mRNA Pfizer and Moderna experimental vaccines that are being used for elderly people have not led to such declarations, although several reports suggest that their administration has been followed by COVID-19 contaminations and deaths in care homes.

In the Dordogne, near Bordeaux, hospital workers no longer want to get the AstraZeneca jab according to local media, since the “Hygiene and Security Committee” of the hospital of Périgueux reported that a “considerable number” – between 50 and 70 percent – of those who received it “experienced very heavy side effects,” as compared with a “tolerance level” of about 10 percent.

By February 16, no less than 363 adverse events – high intensity “pseudo-influenza syndromes” in most cases – had officially been reported in France among health workers aged 50 and under (with an average age of 31) following reception of the AstraZeneca shot. This did not prevent sanitary authorities in France from proclaiming that the frequent side-effects do not “call into question the risk/benefit ratio of the vaccine.”

This is remarkable, considering that the risk of falling ill following a SARS-CoV-2 contamination is very small at that age, while the vaccine – that boasts a mere 62 to 70 percent “efficiency rate,” – is apparently causing real symptoms bad enough to prevent work in about one in five of the young people who have received the shot.

It is not clear whether the AstraZeneca jab actually prevents contagion, as it appears that the virus has been found present in people who had received it during trials.

In France, the AstraZeneca vaccine is only administered to people under 65, as beyond that age there is currently no data proving its efficiency. The shot is at present recommended only for health workers and people aged between 50 and 65 with comorbidities making them vulnerable to a severe form of COVID-19.

Interestingly, France appears to be the only European country where the AstraZeneca vaccine is causing such an extent of illness among health workers.

According to a pro-vaccine researcher specializing in immuno-oncology, Dr. Eric Billy, the situation is linked to the age of the people being vaccinated. While the mRNA shots are being given to the elderly aged over 75 and health workers over 50, the median age of those who get the AstraZeneca shots is 34.

“The older a person is, the slower the immune system’s response to the vaccine, so by default, older people develop fewer side effects from the vaccine because their immune system reacts too weakly,” explained Eric Billy. Inversely, he said, younger people have a “very reactive immune system, and it’s rather reassuring that there are these kinds of side effects, it shows that there is an immune response.” If the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine, for example, were in turn administered to much younger people than at present, the side effects would also probably be more intense than those currently seen, he argued: “It’s not as if 10 percent of vaccinations were followed by hospitalization.” He simply recommended staggering administration of the vaccine in order to avoid practical issues.

The question that he did not answer is the one regarding the giving of vaccines to people over 75 with weakened immune systems. Is this useful? Can it be dangerous?

Another specialist interviewed by a mainstream television station, BFMTV, reacted to the news by suggesting that the AstraZeneca shot should not be used for health workers at all. Dr. Jérôme Marty, president of the French Union for Liberty in Medicine, stated that it would be better to “keep it for young, healthy people who are at a small risk” of developing a severe form of COVID.

One wonders why it would be useful to vaccinate this category of healthy, low risk individuals at all, given Marty’s subsequent remarks.

“If a caregiver is vaccinated with this vaccine, it will not prevent the caregiver from transmitting the disease to the patient,” Dr. Marty said. “Very often in health care institutions, the disease is transmitted through the caregivers, this is called a nosocomial infection, and this vaccine doesn’t reduce contagiousness, or only slightly. It is therefore not the most effective vaccine for this purpose.”

The AstraZeneca shot is also reportedly inefficient as regards the South-African variant of COVID-19, so much so that it has been banned in South Africa but also by the French authorities in the eastern “département” of Moselle where this variant is predominant.

Another interesting point was raised by Dr. Alain Fischer, a senior advisor to the French government on vaccines, following the multiple side-effects registered in Saint-Lô, Normandy. Downplaying the importance of these events, he said that the stronger immune system of young people was probably to blame, but added that symptoms after the shot could be linked to the fact that they had “already had COVID.”

The head of the emergency unit of the Avicenne Hospital in the suburbs of Paris, Frédéric Adnet, told the mainstream television news station LCI that the most probable hypothesis explaining the wave of debilitating side-effects among French caregivers is that they had contracted COVID during previous weeks.

“When we vaccinate people who have had the disease, there can be some rather explosive reactions,” said Adnet. “As they already have antibodies, and therefore immunity, the body thinks it is infected again and reacts violently. Our hypothesis is that we observe this type of reaction in people who are vaccinated too soon after the end of the disease.”

This again raises questions as to the safety of giving the shot to people who have already developed immunity to the disease and who are exposed to it not as they would normally be via outside infection but through an intramuscular shot, short-circuiting the ordinary barriers and defenses of the body.

In France, the official recommendation is that people who have had COVID-19 during the last three months should not receive any anti-COVID-19 vaccine or experimental shot.

Adnet believes this should be taken more seriously, asking: “Shouldn’t systematic serology be carried out on caregivers who are vaccinated to find out whether they have not contracted the disease asymptomatically?”

Meanwhile, there is little enthusiasm for the AstraZeneca vaccine in France. The government has bought 550,000 doses of which only half have found takers among general practitioners, and pre-ordered a total of 44 million shots, whose recommended usage in France involves two jabs nine to twelve weeks apart.

Last Wednesday, days before the first doses will reach the offices of those family doctors’ who have ordered them for their patients over the age of 50 (less than 30,000 general practitioners out of a total of 101,000), the General Health Office (DGS) recommended that patients who receive the AstraZeneca vaccine be placed under observation for at least 15 minutes in order to screen for possible adverse reactions.

The same mistrust is visible in hospitals. “There’s nobody around. We have 100 doses, we’ve registered between 15 and 20 people” deplored Benjamin Davido, vaccine referent at the Garches hospital near Paris last Friday.

Side effects and less efficiency than that presented by Pfizer and Moderna for their experimental mRNA shots are the reasons put forward. Before the vaccination campaign started, health minister Olivier Véran stated that people would have not be able to choose which of the experimental COVID-19 vaccines they would take, but rather would have to take the one provided by the health services.
 

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Believe me, there are plenty of side effects for the Pfizer shot. It's being mostly covered up.

'Death Juice' is what they call it at the Bill and Melinda Gate's Foundation.
Rumors of major side effects showing in 3 to 6 months. The media can inflate the covid deaths even though no one knows of anyone who died but they will not be able to hide the people literally dropping dead from the jab.
 

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Rumors of major side effects showing in 3 to 6 months. The media can inflate the covid deaths even though no one knows of anyone who died but they will not be able to hide the people literally dropping dead from the jab.
I'm not so sure. They'll just blame the vaccine deaths on the "new strain". Time for a new jab!
 

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We have to consider the possibility that the enemy doesn't really have a plan, that they are acting less proactively than reactively.

IMO they are terrified of us.

Their actions with the lockdowns, the poison injections and the sliding scale censorship seem more desperate than anything.

Get a rifle if you don't have one and learn how to use it. Get a Bible if you don't have one and learn how to read it. The two go together to make a more powerful whole than the individual parts.

We are going to survive this so don't freak out.

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France is keeping up a barrage of propaganda against AstraZeneca, because Brexit Britain produced the best vaccine, France didn't manage to produce one and can't get hold of large stocks of the AstraZeneca vaccine. In the UK 15m+ have already taken, with no serious side effects reported.
 

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WHO Approves AstraZeneca Vaccine for Emergency Use, But Some Nations Say ‘No Thanks’ The controversial vaccine, which Bill Gates has heavily invested in, is being rejected by some countries over widespread concerns about side effects and efficacy.

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Two regions in Sweden temporarily halted vaccinations last week after 400 people received the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine and 100 people experienced adverse reactions leaving them unable to work. Another region observed a surprising number of side effects after a mass vaccination effort of more than 500 people.

“There seems to have been a larger proportion of side effects than expected,” Andreas Heddini, medical director of AstraZeneca in the Nordic region told SVT News. “We have seen that somewhere around 10 percent of those vaccinated are expected to have side effects of this kind.”

Multiple adverse reactions were reported during the 2020 AstraZeneca trials, including spinal cord damage consistent with transverse myelitis, death and acute neuro encephalopathy. Although global trials were temporarily paused, the trial in India moved forward and Indian Health Secretary, Rajesh Bhushan, said during a press conference that the adverse event would “not affect the timeline in any manner whatsoever.”

The AstraZeneca vaccine is different from Pfizer and Moderna’s mRNA COVID vaccines. The AstraZeneca vaccine is based on the virus’ genetic instructions for building the spike protein — proteins on the SARS-CoV-2 virus that it uses to enter human cells. Whereas Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines use single-stranded RNA to “store” these instructions, the AstraZeneca vaccine uses double-stranded DNA. Researchers then added the gene for the coronavirus spike protein to a modified version of a chimpanzee adenovirus that can enter cells.

The AstraZeneca vaccine is similar to the controversial ebola vaccine, a DNA and recombinant-based adenovirus vaccine, which, as The Defender reported in December, may put some populations at heightened risk of developing HIV.

@RightRevival No side effects huh? Just the possibility of HIV and 100 out of 400 people in Sweden getting knocked on their ass.

WHO Approves AstraZeneca Vaccine for Emergency Use, But Some Nations Say ‘No Thanks’
The controversial vaccine, which Bill Gates has heavily invested in, is being rejected by some countries over widespread concerns about side effects and efficacy.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) Monday approved two versions of the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID vaccine for emergency use despite growing safety concerns in other countries and earlier questions about the drugmaker’s clinical trials.
Countries like the U.S., UK, Israel, Saudi Arabia and others have their own regulatory process for granting emergency use approval for vaccines and other drugs, but those countries that lack the necessary regulatory framework rely on WHO to vet vaccines.
WHO’s approval of the vaccines produced by AstraZeneca-SKBio (Republic of Korea) and the Serum Institute of India paves the way for 300 million doses of AstraZeneca to reach 145 countries in the first half of 2021, through Bill GatesCOVAX program.
But while WHO is moving forward, other countries are hitting pause on AstraZeneca amid ongoing reports of side effects and lack of efficacy.
According to Fierce Pharma, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may not approve the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine due to inconsistent manufacturing concerns and a study released earlier this month showing the vaccine’s efficacy against mild and moderate COVID-19 cases was only 21.9%, well below the 50% threshold required for vaccine approval.
According to the Wall Street Journal, South Africa suspended plans to distribute the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine when the same study showed only 10% efficacy at protecting against mild and moderate COVID-19 cases from the new South African variant.
South Africa’s health minister, Zweli Mkhize, said, “the country would temporarily halt a planned rollout of the vaccine until there was more information on the vaccine’s efficacy” and instead distribute the as of yet unapproved Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Although the European Medicines Agency authorized the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for anyone over the age of 18, Germany did not authorize the vaccine for use in people 65 or over citing a “lack of efficacy.”
According to the BBC, France’s health regulator said there was still not enough data about the effectiveness of the vaccine in people over 65. Austria, Belgium, Poland and Switzerland also recommended the vaccine not be given to older people, citing insufficient evidence.
Reuters reported today that health authorities in some European countries are experiencing resistance to AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccine after hospital staff and front-line workers experienced adverse reactions. Although a spokesman for AstraZeneca said side effects are to be expected, France, Germany and Sweden are experiencing more side effects from the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine than from the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, according to Reuters.
Two regions in Sweden temporarily halted vaccinations last week after 400 people received the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine and 100 people experienced adverse reactions leaving them unable to work. Another region observed a surprising number of side effects after a mass vaccination effort of more than 500 people.
“There seems to have been a larger proportion of side effects than expected,” Andreas Heddini, medical director of AstraZeneca in the Nordic region told SVT News. “We have seen that somewhere around 10 percent of those vaccinated are expected to have side effects of this kind.”
Multiple adverse reactions were reported during the 2020 AstraZeneca trials, including spinal cord damage consistent with transverse myelitis, death and acute neuro encephalopathy. Although global trials were temporarily paused, the trial in India moved forward and Indian Health Secretary, Rajesh Bhushan, said during a press conference that the adverse event would “not affect the timeline in any manner whatsoever.”
The AstraZeneca vaccine is different from Pfizer and Moderna’s mRNA COVID vaccines. The AstraZeneca vaccine is based on the virus’ genetic instructions for building the spike protein — proteins on the SARS-CoV-2 virus that it uses to enter human cells. Whereas Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines use single-stranded RNA to “store” these instructions, the AstraZeneca vaccine uses double-stranded DNA. Researchers then added the gene for the coronavirus spike protein to a modified version of a chimpanzee adenovirus that can enter cells.
The AstraZeneca vaccine is similar to the controversial ebola vaccine, a DNA and recombinant-based adenovirus vaccine, which, as The Defender reported in December, may put some populations at heightened risk of developing HIV.
Despite AstraZeneca’s confusing results and efficacy of only 63.09% compared to the 95% efficacy rating of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, it is hailed because it is easier and cheaper to produce than other rivals that have already been approved by WHO. WHO is focused on scaling up production and distribution of the vaccine, explained Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO’s director-general.
The AstraZeneca vaccine will reach the masses through a program called “COVAX,” a mechanism for procurement and distribution of vaccines. COVAX was founded by Bill Gates and is co-led by the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) set up in 1999 with seed money from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Since 1999, the foundation has committed more $4 billion to GAVI and has a permanent seat on the board.
Gates’ foundation also co-founded the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness and Innovations (CEPI) launched in 2017 to develop vaccines to stop future epidemics and is a major donor to WHO second only to the U.S.
Gates funded the manufacturing and distribution of the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine through GAVI and CEPI, provided millions to the Serum Institute of India to manufacture the vaccine, and is funding the “safety and efficacy” studies of the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine in Brazil and South Africa. Although data from these studies have yet to be released, it forms the basis of Gates’ most recent warning that a “third dose of the vaccine,” boosters, or a “tuned vaccine” may be needed to combat coronavirus variants. According to GAVI, the Gates Foundation plays a key financial and technical role in shaping vaccine markets, while providing the data and financial support for market investments. The AstraZeneca vaccine forms the bulk of the stockpile already acquired by Gates’ COVAX.
WHO recommends the use of AstraZeneca’s vaccine even in countries that have expressed concerns about safety and efficacy, and for all age groups over 18, including the older populations. WHO experts claim the benefits outweigh the risks of this experimental and controversial vaccine.
 

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UK: 18m doses already given (27 per 100 head of population)
EU: 27m doses given (6 per 100 head of population)

Brexit Britain is way ahead.

Germany: 5m doses given (6.1 per 100 head of population)
France: 3.7m doses given (5.5 per 100 head of population)

Do you now understand why Emmanuel Macron is at pains to criticise Britain's vaccine? Of the 45m doses already given in Britain and the EU there have been hardly any adverse reactions.

If you offered the vaccine - gratefully take it. The ludicrous notion that the government is trying to kill off the population discredits the Right. We need to get out of the Alex Jones stuff entirely.
 

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If you offered the vaccine - gratefully take it.
What do you mean by this? Please tell me more as to why I should take it.

The ludicrous notion that the government is trying to kill off the population discredits the Right. We need to get out of the Alex Jones stuff entirely.
Interesting, please elaborate some more regarding this discrediting of the right.
You have my attention.
I worship Alex. He is as honest as they come. You mean I should no longer hang on his every word as gospel and need to give him up? What about my life-sized poster I have of him hanging on my bedroom wall and the lock of his pubic hair I keep under my pillow when I sleep at night?
 
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The ludicrous notion that the government is trying to kill off the population discredits the Right.
I don't think you actually understand what the claim is

I assume you're Europeon

Do you really think the same governments incapable of dealing with the flu or deport all the aliens Merkel ordered because of the hall-of-cost are capable of developing and delivering a vaccine in 10 months?

This is on par with TRS's morons thinking the coof would develop into UBI and racial awareness
 

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The notion that the Covid "Pandemic" was just random events where politicians just happened to coordinate their responses across the world is so stupid, at this point, that it really speaks to the willful blindness or maliciousness of the person pushing that.
 

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Britain had a sensible pandemic plan, but changed it for the "Covid Pandemic".

PETER HITCHENS: We DID have a sensible Covid plan... but copied a police state instead

PETER HITCHENS: We DID have a sensible Covid plan... but copied a police state instead
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Supporters of strangling the country always demand ‘What would you have done?’ if I dare to criticise the Government’s wild, unprecedented policy for dealing with Covid.
They assume, as backers of crazy policies always do, that there is no alternative to mass house arrest, enormous police powers, Maoist travel bans and the crippling of large parts of the economy.
Well, there is an alternative. Sitting in the Government archives is a 70-page document called UK Influenza Pandemic Preparedness Strategy 2011. Don’t be put off by that ‘influenza’. The plan could easily be adapted to deal with a coronavirus or any similar threat.
Supporters of strangling the country always demand ‘What would you have done?’ if I dare to criticise the Government’s wild, unprecedented policy for dealing with Covid. Trafalgar Square is seen above in lockdown this weekend


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Agreed by all four governments of the UK, it was revised after the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic. It is typical of careful, commonsense UK state planning before the hysteria outbreak of March 23, 2020.
But it was ditched in a moment of madness. As the noted Government adviser Neil Ferguson explained, the spectacle of a health crisis in Italy persuaded British authorities to follow the Chinese model instead.
He described how Sage, the Government’s scientific advisory group, had watched as China’s despots embarked on an unheard-of form of disease control by shutting down an entire province.
‘They claimed to have flattened the curve. I was sceptical at first. I thought it was a massive cover-up by the Chinese. But as the data accrued, it became clear it was an effective policy.’
As the noted Government adviser Neil Ferguson explained, the spectacle of a health crisis in Italy persuaded British authorities to follow the Chinese model instead

As the noted Government adviser Neil Ferguson explained, the spectacle of a health crisis in Italy persuaded British authorities to follow the Chinese model instead
Then, observing the crisis in Italy, Sage asked itself whether such ferocious methods could be applied here.
‘It’s a Communist one-party state, we said. We couldn’t get away with it in Europe, we thought… And then Italy did it. And we realised we could.’
What he meant by ‘get away with it’, I am not quite sure. But the document, which can be found on the internet, to which I provide a link on the Peter Hitchens Blog and on my Twitter feed @ClarkeMicah, has many interesting things to say.
It is very concerned with maintaining freedom and keeping society open, listing as objectives: ‘Minimise the potential impact of a pandemic on society and the economy by: Supporting the continuity of essential services, including the supply of medicines and protecting critical national infrastructure as far as possible. Supporting the continuation of everyday activities as far as practicable. Upholding the rule of law and the democratic process. Preparing to cope with the possibility of significant numbers of additional deaths. Promoting a return to normality and the restoration of disrupted services at the earliest opportunity.’ It stresses ‘Proportionality: the response to a pandemic should be no more and no less than that necessary in relation to the known risks.’
It relies on centuries of experience and good practice, planning to quarantine the sick rather than the healthy. It recommends simple hygiene. It supports school closures in some circumstances but this is because influenza seriously affects the young and is known to be spread through schools.
And it has interesting things to say about masks: ‘Although there is a perception that the wearing of facemasks by the public in the community and household setting may be beneficial, there is in fact very little evidence of widespread benefit from their use in this setting.’
On the closing of borders and restricting travel, it says: ‘Modelling suggests imposing a 90 per cent restriction on all air travel to the UK at the point a pandemic emerges would only delay the peak of a pandemic wave by one to two weeks. Even a 99.9 per cent travel restriction might delay a pandemic wave by only two months.
It has interesting things to say about masks: ‘Although there is a perception that the wearing of facemasks by the public in the community and household setting may be beneficial, there is in fact very little evidence of widespread benefit from their use in this setting'


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‘During 2009 it became clear the pandemic virus had already spread widely before international authorities were alerted, suggesting that in any case the point of pandemic emergence had been missed by several weeks. The economic, political and social consequences of border closures would also be very substantial.’
On the banning of public gatherings, it says: ‘There is very limited evidence that restrictions on mass gatherings will have any significant effect on influenza virus transmission. Large public gatherings or crowded events where people may be in close proximity are an important indicator of “normality” and may help maintain public morale during a pandemic.’
It adds: ‘There is also a lack of scientific evidence on the impact of internal travel restrictions on transmission, and attempts to impose such restrictions would have wide-reaching implications for business and welfare. For these reasons, the working presumption will be that Government will not impose any such restrictions. The emphasis will instead be on encouraging all those who have symptoms to follow the advice to stay at home and avoid spreading their illness.’
These thoughtful plans existed and were over-ridden. Instead we copied the Chinese police state which silences dissent, imprisons ethnic minorities in tyrannical labour camps and has recently insulted us by vaporising the freedoms we left behind in Hong Kong and which it promised to maintain at least until 2047.
There was an alternative. There still is. It can hardly be claimed that the repressive panic policy which we have followed has been a great success.
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It is because he stands as a gigantic pillar of Parliament, patriotism and tradition that the enemies of Britain know they must destroy him if they are to abolish this country (as they wish to do). That is why he is now being attacked, as he was at a Cambridge debate last week, and why his statue is vandalised.
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See this film – and cherish your liberty
After the Soviet authorities had massacred striking workers in the town of Novocherkassk in June 1962, they tried to obliterate all traces of the murders.
But the heat of the sun had baked the bloodstains into the surface of the main square and they could not wash them away, so they had to burn away the road surface and relay it.
Then they announced that a dance would take place at the scene of the killings and expected the townspeople to attend and dance where their friends and neighbours had been gunned down a few days before.
This horrible event is the subject of a brilliant new Russian film, Dear Comrades!, which I greatly recommend. It brutally describes what happens in a society where the state claims to be completely in charge of the welfare of all its citizens – the sort of state we are now building here, I might add.
If the people do not like what is being done in their name and dare to object, then they have to be punished and frightened into changing their minds. In this case, the people could not be persuaded that pay cuts and price rises were for their own good.
And, as the state is always good, any trace of such a revolt must be wiped from the record. The bodies of the murdered were even buried by the KGB in existing graves, in nearby towns and villages, to conceal their very existence.
See the film. Remember the dead. And learn that liberty, limited government, the rule of law over power, and free speech are your most precious possessions.
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Why would you take a vaccine for something that is a variant of the common cold? Spain had LESS deaths in 2020 than 2019.

There was NO pandemic. How you could trust the Establishment's "Medicine" for this, at this point, is just mind boggling.
 

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The notion that the Covid "Pandemic" was just random events where politicians just happened to coordinate their responses across the world is so stupid, at this point, that it really speaks to the willful blindness or maliciousness of the person pushing that.
Malicious is exactly the word I would use. The corona hoax is the most pressing current issue and this faggot is over here shilling for the globalist establishment and calling people kooks. @RightRevival can shove a vax needle up his ass sideways.
 

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I don't think you actually understand what the claim is

I assume you're Europeon

Do you really think the same governments incapable of dealing with the flu or deport all the aliens Merkel ordered because of the hall-of-cost are capable of developing and delivering a vaccine in 10 months?

This is on par with TRS's morons thinking the coof would develop into UBI and racial awareness
The answer is that mRNA vaccines are new - but are a fantastic advance that redounds to the credit of white race and England in particular. We may now see a leap forward in vaccine technology that can be applied elsewhere - and you wouldn't get that if it were not for the white man.
 

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The notion that the Covid "Pandemic" was just random events where politicians just happened to coordinate their responses across the world is so stupid, at this point, that it really speaks to the willful blindness or maliciousness of the person pushing that.
It is simply ludicrous - laughable - to think that the governments of the world are seeking to kill people of. The pandemic is an event they didn't expect - but they are largely trying to deflect attention from the fact that this came from a Chinese lab, as the Western governments haven't decided to take China on right yet (we are in the build-up to a world war). What it is, rather, is "never let a crisis go to waste". They have used this to add to state power, prevent political meetings, and maybe even shift the economy long term.
 

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The answer is that mRNA vaccines are new - but are a fantastic advance that redounds to the credit of white race and England in particular. We may now see a leap forward in vaccine technology that can be applied elsewhere - and you wouldn't get that if it were not for the white man.
It is good that you are here to save us from ourselves. To save the Right. And to save the whites and also the human race.
Like an uber-Jesus.
I will be rushing right out to get my vaccine today. You sold me.
I have never really been one of those types that ever really thinks things out for himself. Logic, deduction, and discernment were never really my strong suits. I mean, I really am not even sure what is the best way to wipe my own ass. Back to front? Or that side reach around technique? How do you wipe your own ass? I could really use a tutorial. Tell me what to think and how to live, please. Deliver me.
 

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It is simply ludicrous - laughable - to think that the governments of the world are seeking to kill people of. The pandemic is an event they didn't expect - but they are largely trying to deflect attention from the fact that this came from a Chinese lab, as the Western governments haven't decided to take China on right yet (we are in the build-up to a world war). What it is, rather, is "never let a crisis go to waste". They have used this to add to state power, prevent political meetings, and maybe even shift the economy long term.
Eh, you have a peculiar habit of putting words in my mouth. I didn't say the pandemic is an event to kill people off. Certainly if vaccine passports become a thing as well as mandatory vaccines, the government would then have that power. So, it's important to fight the erosion of our rights simply due to the fact that they could be abused in the future, even if you don't think they will be abused now.

Event 201 pretty much confirms that this was planned.

I'm sorry that the Television people lied to you and that there are malicious people who plan horrible things. It's not a good feeling. But, it's reality. Try dealing with it instead of hurling insults and not backing any of your claims up.
 

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Here's something even a normie can understand:


BALTIMORE, Jan. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Drug company Hoffmann-La Roche (OTCMKTS: RHHBY) bilked U.S. federal and state governments out of $1.5 billion by misrepresenting clinical studies and falsely claiming that its well-known influenza medicine Tamiflu was effective at containing potential pandemics, according to a recently unsealed whistleblower lawsuit.


The lawsuit claims the drugmaker's scheme involved publishing misleading articles falsely stating that Tamiflu reduces complications, severity, hospitalizations, mortality and transmission of influenza. The company then used those articles to aggressively market the drug to the government for pandemic use. Relying on the supposed truthfulness of Roche's claims, federal and state governments spent about $1.5 billion to stockpile Tamiflu to combat influenza pandemics, according to the complaint.


"As alleged in the complaint – Tamiflu does not do what Roche promised," said attorney Mark Lanier of the Houston-based Lanier Law Firm. "Roche hid this fact for many years by selectively citing its studies and suppressing the data about Tamiflu. The company utilized lobbyists, key opinion leaders and ghostwriters to promote Tamiflu with a deceptive promise to governments fearful of an influenza pandemic."
These "therapies" are primarily about rent-seeking
 

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Furthermore, by the beginning of summer, the little there was a pandemic, was over. BLM in the streets and the Dem participation as well as the massive underground parties pretty much proved it.

They've only been able to keep it going by labeling all deaths as Covid.

English hospitals that are reported as full have been filmed empty the same day.

NIH workers or whatever your medical thing is called, have whistleblown that they were empty even during the 2 week lockdown. The tik tok videos show this...

It's a joke that we are still even discussing this.
 

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It is simply ludicrous - laughable - to think that the governments of the world are seeking to kill people of. The pandemic is an event they didn't expect - but they are largely trying to deflect attention from the fact that this came from a Chinese lab, as the Western governments haven't decided to take China on right yet (we are in the build-up to a world war). What it is, rather, is "never let a crisis go to waste". They have used this to add to state power, prevent political meetings, and maybe even shift the economy long term.
You know Boris Johnson and the Swiss PM announced internal passports today right?

They will be called, "Covid Certification passes".

Plandemic Indoctornation predicted this back last summer because it's what Gates was pushing with his GAVI alliance before the "pandemic" even started.

This was 100 percent planned. I guess your new to the forum but this has been documented ad nausem on here.

There is no Covid threat. Thus, no need for the juice.
 
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