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We Are Here Videoby Nassim Langrudi

 

Note:  From our friends in Italy at Corvelva.

Carnivals and Holy Masses cancelled, but shopping centers open; restaurants open (but empty because you have done an excellent job of media terrorism) and pubs closed; one day the crowd in Venice and the next day the ordinance to ban even public meetings for cultural and social purposes . And in the meantime a country that relies (also) on tourism is heavily damaged by the incompetency of a ruling class that, when it really comes to public health protection, goes adrift, whereas to impose 10 vaccines it finds unity of purpose on a “solid scientific base”.

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Just a matter of few days and all those who should have felt reasured after the triumphant war to introduce 10 mandatory vaccines, found themselves defenceless discovering -oh my! the existence of more viruses than just varicella!

Lately we have been missing some useless and biased provocation. Most of all we have been missing the climate of hatred against “someone”, so that some very talented journalists have seen fit to revive an old but still equally useful polemic: the one starring the anti-vaxxers!

Well, it happens that faced with the great psychosis (mostly mediatic) that has been gripping our country for a few days, some ingenious characters have been missing the anti-vaxxers, or rather the so dear -to them – polemic, churning out articles like “How noisy is the anti-vax silence” , or “Where did the anti-vaxxers go?” and so on.

Never mind (so to speak) the complete nonsense to bring up the issue of mandatory vaccination during an epidemic caused by a virus against which there is no vaccine (yet).

We would politely point out that those whom these gentlemen define “no-vax” or “anti-vax” are citizens like everyone else, who work, pay taxes, contribute to the country's economic and political social life, and who are against vaccine mandates (and health in general). And where are we?

We are here, exactly where we stood before, watching one of the worst shows that Italian politics has offered in a long time. We are here, astonished, watching so many political and institutional representatives blathering on the pages of newspapers, without the slightest knowledge of the facts (but something must be said and something must be written and if you don’t know what to say and what to write, well, speak and write at random).

First, they speak against the unjustified discrimination of Chinese children coming back from the country affected by Coronavirus, whereas for years the same discrimination has been encouraged against our healthy unvaccinated children - except then closing schools even where there are no epidemic outbreaks. And they speak of the vaccine that first there is not, then there will be, ready in a week, or it will take 7 months, some say a couple of years. And away we go with the waltz of numbers, epidemiological conditions, TV guidelines to lock down a Country rather than some Regions, or perhaps not, some towns is enough.

Carnivals and Holy Masses cancelled, but shopping centers open; restaurants open (but empty because you have done an excellent job of media terrorism) and pubs closed; one day the crowd in Venice and the next day the ordinance to ban even public meetings for cultural and social purposes . And in the meantime a country that relies (also) on tourism is heavily damaged by the incompetency of a ruling class that, when it really comes to public health protection, goes adrift, whereas to impose 10 vaccines it finds unity of purpose on a “solid scientific base”. A Law Decree gets hastily signed at the appearence of the first cases - predictable cases since swabs have already started – and just after 3 days the WHO takes the lead of the situation coming to the conclusion that we’ve overdone it, it’s only a flu, there’s no need to panic, we have to reduce the mass psychosis (trumped up by the mass-media…), when half the world is unscrupulously discriminating Italians, advising against travels to and from our country, blocking ships and transport to and from Italy.  READ MORE HERE.

Comments

Angus Files

Just watch when drinking your ice cool Corona beer and lime that you dont end up with limes disease also..

Pharma For Prison

MMR RIP

Cia

I don’t think drawing up dividing lines between those in favor of or against a vaccine for coronavirus is appropriate. Nor is it appropriate to equate taking precautions to avoid the disease with prejudice against certain nationalities.

With its long incubation period, I don’t think cases could have been identified soon enough to contain it. But at this point it would be extremely ill-advised to go to Italy, Iran, South Korea, or China, with more to come. A year from now it will probably be no problem.

COVID-19 really is not very comparable to seasonal flu, being at this time about twenty times more fatal. Maybe because it is a new disease and people’s immune systems don’t know how to handle it, the cytokine storm which is what usually causes death when it occurs is a last-ditch effort of a confused immune system. I have had dozens of cytokine storms associated with my MS,, though never in my lungs. But I’m afraid my autoimmune condition may place me at greater risk of going into a fatal cytokine storm if I get coronavirus, which is certainly going to become epidemic in the Us in the next few weeks.

My fear has nothing at all to do with prejudice against the Chinese, Italians, the vaxxed or unvaxxed, or any other group.

As of today, Italy has had 2,336 cases, 52 deaths, 11 deaths since yesterday. Worldwide, at this time there are 40,712 active cases; 33,614, or 83 percent of them, are mild. But 7,098 of them, or 17 percent, are serious or critical. That is a VASTLY higher percentage than with most seasonal flu.

My ex-husband and his wife in Milan wrote this morning. They both have coronavirus and have been in lockdown and quarantine for three weeks. She is worried about her parents, in their eighties and in a small village. She did this morning that she has told them to self-quarantine, but that her father continues to go to a bar every day to play cards with his friends, and her mother continues to visit a friend every day to talk. And about his mother, in her eighties and in a nursing home in Milan, which is in lockdown and not permitting anyone in.

A disease which is extremely epidemic at this time, with eighteen percent of cases serious or critical, should not be taken lightly. Mauricio and Antonella are NOT prejudiced against Italians, they HAVE coronavirus, and agree with the quarantine and cancellations. They are against vaccines for themselves, as am I. But regardless of corelvas provocation we need to look at the issue dispassionately and make the most rational decisions for our families possible.


Mark Wax

Everyone should read the article published this week in the NYT. Once again, Pharma is positioning itself to absolve themselves of total liability, much as happened back in 1986. This is just about money. Some will live and some will "Live" with devastating illness and disabilities. This time, this dereliction of duty ( corona panic induced) even will be driven by craven ego in a Presidential contest. Somewhere, someway there needs to be voices screaming from the rooftops: "First, do no harm."
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/02/opinion/contributors/pharma-vaccines.html?login=smartlock&auth=login-smartlock

Hans Scholl

The Lager-Virus Hoax is full on , they mean it , they are potentially going for this :
This is not far of martial law and forced vaccination..... be very fearful now I would say.
Faking a pandemic for the introduction of new draconian laws ....?

https://www.thefirstnews.com/article/lower-house-passes-bill-on-special-measures-regarding-covid-19-spread-10852

Lower house passes bill on special measures regarding COVID-19 spread
News & Politics (PAP) mr/jch March 03, 2020

In a late evening vote on Monday, the Polish Sejm (lower house) passed a draft law on special measures related to the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), with 400 MPs in favour, 11 against and 7 abstaining.

The first reading of the bill was held on Monday during the session of the Sejm's health committee. The second was held in the evening, followed by the vote.

The act adopted on Monday will enable employers to order their employees to work from home to counteract the spread of COVID-19 disease.

The proposed law also envisages compensation for parents forced to stay at home in case nurseries, preschools and schools were to be closed.

If an epidemic were to occur, the bill would allow the government to issue an ordinance to close off certain danger zones and establish special measures to apply within these areas.

According to Health Minister Lukasz Szumowski, the act adopted on Monday is "good and necessary" and "complementary to the tools that have been worked on for a long time."

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