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Poles march against Mandatory poisoning by vaccines


LostSoul 3 | 84
29 Jan 2021 #181
As a libertarian, I'm all for freedom of choice. You might agree with me, you might not, but those are my views.
Crow 146 | 9,168
29 Jan 2021 #182
Just heard that Russia offering 100 mil anti-Covid vaccines to the EU. Final blow to EU dignity. I think that Merkel and Macron cry now liker a little children. They are mentally destroyed.

Let me use opportunity and ask Mrs. Merkel.... Do you want more of maiden in Ukraine?
kondzior 12 | 1,239
29 Jan 2021 #183
Humanity has been practising trans-humanism since the first stick was used to help someone walk with.

You know Jon, maybe you should take ALL the vaccines available and then make a YT channel about it. Tell us which one you liked best.
jon357 67 | 16,848
29 Jan 2021 #184
maybe you should take ALL the vaccines available

Haven't most people in developed countries taken 'ALL' the vaccines available? Or at least all that are relevant to diseases in their environment.

Have you had polio? Or smallpox? If you've been spared those diseases, be thankful for vaccination.

Instead of burbling stupidly about lifesaving medical treatments.
johnny reb 29 | 5,150
29 Jan 2021 #185
Our grandparents got maybe five vaccines in their entire life times and lived to be 90.
Why is it all of a sudden recommended ($$$$) that about 28 doses of those vaccines by age two years (with yearly flu shots) are necessary ?
That is a lot of foreign poison crap being injected into our bodies without our personal consent.
Strzelec35 21 | 1,274
29 Jan 2021 #186
"As a libertarian, I'm all for freedom of choice. You might agree with me, you might not, but those are my views."

I wouldnt mind seeing your pics.
jon357 67 | 16,848
29 Jan 2021 #187
five vaccines ... lived to be 90.

Quite, they were vaccinated.

Did people back then normally live to be 90? Life expectancy stats suggest otherwise. The only countries with average life expectancy over 85 are ones where vaccination is widespread.

all of a sudden recommended ($$$$)

Recommended gradually over decades (and free on the NHS and in Poland so no pecuniary motive).
johnny reb 29 | 5,150
29 Jan 2021 #188
Guinea pigs
That's why so many pharmaceutical companies get sued for billions every year.
Oops, they cause cancer and you are going to die from it or your child developed autism, sorry about that.
And since that is already figured into their profits they just write it off as a tax loss and still make money off the tainted vaccines.

It will be interesting to see what the long term effects will be from the Corona vaccines.
Hell, they have no idea themselves as we are guinea pigs at their mercy.
This past week, many more people are publicly asking if the cure is worse than the virus..
jon357 67 | 16,848
29 Jan 2021 #189
Guinea pigs

Millions of successful ones...

Oops, they cause cancer

Do they?

They certainly save lives.
cruisepatron 1 | 128
29 Jan 2021 #190
That's why so many pharmaceutical companies get sued for billions every year.

Covid vaccine manufactures signed a deal that no one can sue them for any side effects.
jon357 67 | 16,848
29 Jan 2021 #191
They'll just sue the NHS/NFZ instead (if there are side-effects).
cruisepatron 1 | 128
29 Jan 2021 #192
Yes though I'm not sure what kind of consent papers one needs sign.
jon357 67 | 16,848
29 Jan 2021 #193
Nothing with a waiver in the UK, or, as I recall, in Poland. I've had vaccinations (flu jabs, tetanus booster and yellow fever) here and didn't need to sign anything.
johnny reb 29 | 5,150
29 Jan 2021 #194
Yes though I'm not sure what kind of consent papers one needs sign.

Just for the vaccines that have not been tried and true on the guinea pigs yet.
And even then ten years down the road if they have caused your death all you will get at your funeral is, "gee, we didn't know at the time and we are so sorry"
Lyzko 29 | 7,269
29 Jan 2021 #195
It's the same sort of either/or-type thinking here in the NY-tri State area; either you have an Internet hook up at home paid for by the semi-employed worker or drop dead! If vaccines are manditory, pre-existing conditions be damned. The smart way to handle matters is for a doctor to sign off as to whether or not the person in question is physically able to withstand such a vaccine BEFORE the person is injected:-)
jon357 67 | 16,848
29 Jan 2021 #196
The smart way to handle matters is for a doctor to sign off

There are groups who will certainly be exempt; people with certain auto-immune diseases like MS. How that will play out in terms of flights etc is too early to say.
Lenka 3 | 2,502
29 Jan 2021 #197
The early info from news would suggest that circulation is the biggest issue.
rtfm 1 | 42
29 Jan 2021 #198
Also - It's not a vaccine is it. It doesn't stop you catching the disease nor getting symptoms from it.

What excellent medical facilities we could have bought with the money being spunked on so called "vaccines" and lockdown over the past year if we'd have advised the minority of people who will be at severe risk to stay at home and let the rest of the world carry on.

Instead we have no freedom, no money and no ******* genuine "vaccine"

It is funny to see the EU crying like a little b1tch though at the success of the UKs "vaccine" procurement. Benefit of Bexit ;-)
cruisepatron 1 | 128
29 Jan 2021 #199
It doesn't stop you catching the disease nor getting symptoms from it.

It's supposed to create an immune response after getting the virus.
Lyzko 29 | 7,269
29 Jan 2021 #200
Herd immunity, you mean? It was tried in Sweden with limited results.
johnny reb 29 | 5,150
29 Jan 2021 #201
Also - It's not a vaccine is it. It doesn't stop you catching the disease nor getting symptoms from it.

They forgot to tell us that part until now.
Now, like the b.s. flu shot, they use the same pat line which is, "well your symptoms won't be as bad if you do catch it."

REALLY, talk is cheap, prove it.

It's supposed to create an immune response after getting the virus.

'Supposed' is the key word there and the next question is for how long does that immunity last ?
Like I said in the other thread, "We are being used as guinea pigs while someone is making a whole lot of money off the virus vaccines."

A whole lot and just try to hold anyone accountable.
Never let a good crisis go to waste.
cruisepatron 1 | 128
30 Jan 2021 #202
'Supposed' is the key word there and the next question is for how long does that immunity last ?

They are hiding that information although unofficial sources say it lasts just 3-4 months and one may need to repeat vaccination every 6 months.


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