Posts Tagged ‘Medical Terrorism’
The Navy Stated It Will Not Deploy A Warship While Its Commander Remains unvaccinated.
According to court documents, US Navy officials have stated that they will not deploy a vessel because its commander has refused to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. After a federal judge in Florida ruled that the Navy could not remove an officer for being immunized against COVID-19, the navy declared an East Coast guided-missile destroyer is “out of action.” In one of the documents, lawyers representing the military stated, “The Navy has lost confidence in his capacity to lead and will not deploy the warship with him in command.” The document asked an appeals court to overturn an order issued by U.S. District Judge Steven Merryday, a George H. W. Bush nominee, on Feb. 2 prohibiting Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and all other military officials from taking punitive action against an unnamed Navy officer who has sought a religious exemption…Read More
Moderna’s COVID Shot is now approved in Canada for children aged 6 to 11.
On Thursday, Moderna Inc announced that Canada had approved its COVID-19 vaccine for use in children aged 6 to 11. In Australia and the European Union, the vaccine, known as Spikevax, was recently approved for use in children of the same age range. Last year, Moderna said that their two-dose vaccine produced virus-neutralizing antibodies in children aged 6 to 11 years old, and that its safety was equivalent to that reported in adolescent and adult clinical trials. In the United States, the vaccine, which is based on messenger RNA (mRNA) technology, is licensed for people aged 18 and up. The business is waiting for US regulators to make a decision on the vaccine’s usage in youngsters aged 12 to 17. In the United States, Pfizer’s COVID-19 injection has been approved for children as young as five years old. Dr. Robert…Read More
Right Wing Canadians No Longer Trust Their Institutions.
A lawyer representing clients whose bank accounts were blocked as a result of the trucker convoy protest in Ottawa believes the measure has had a substantial impact on his clients’ lives and will lead to a loss of trust in Canada’s institutions. Six of Keith Wilson’s clients have their bank accounts returned following bans ranging from one or two days to more than a week, according to the lawyer. The national police force offered banks a list of names of persons directly involved in the Ottawa protests, according to RCMP Superintendent Denis Beaudoin, who testified before the House of Commons finance committee on March 7. Personal information from the police database, such as whether demonstrators had been suspects of previous crimes or had past “dealings” with police, was included in the material, which resulted in the freezing of 257 accounts…Read More
EU’s Novavax Is Experiencing An Unwelcoming Rollout Amid “Vaccine” Hesitancy.
In the early stages of its deployment, demand for the COVID-19 vaccine, developed by the American biotech firm Novavax, has been unimpressive in the European Union’s main countries, undermining hopes that it will persuade vaccine skeptics to receive a shot. Over 85% of adults in the EU’s 27 member states have gotten at least one dose, with nearly two-thirds receiving a booster, while tens of millions remain unvaccinated. The Novavax vaccine, which was approved by EU regulators under the trade name Nuvaxovid, was expected to persuade some skeptics because it uses a more traditional technology than the other four vaccines approved in the EU so far. However, preliminary data on Nuvaxovid’s use shows that it has had just a minor influence on vaccination programs. According to data from the Robert Koch Institute, just over 38,000 Novavax doses have been provided…Read More
$644,398 in Fines Accrued Against Mask Violators In Commercial Flight Industry.
Since February 2021, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has suggested $644,398 in fines for 922 COVID-19 mask violators on commercial flights, in airports and railway stations, or on public transportation services, according to the government. All but 44 of the TSA fines, according to the government report, were for failing to wear masks as required on flights or, less frequently, in airports. The remaining passengers in surface transportation, such as transit, train, and bus, were unmasked. Since the transit mask regulations went into place, the government has given warnings to more than 2,700 travelers, citing more than 7,000 documented cases. TSA announced in late October that it had suggested fines of $85,990 for 190 mask violations and issued warnings to over 2,200 others. TSA announced last week that mask restrictions at airports and on planes would be extended until April…Read More
Fauci Once Again Recommending Additional Boosters.
Anthony Fauci, a White House COVID-19 adviser, said on Monday that further COVID-19 vaccines are likely to be required. Fauci was asked how many additional COVID-19 vaccine doses, or boosters, will be required in an interview with CNBC. “The answer is that we have no idea.” That’s all there is to it… In response, Fauci, who has led the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, said, “It’s likely that we’re not done with this when it comes to vaccines.” Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla had indicated the need for a fourth COVID-19 booster dose the day before. “The protection you receive from the third vaccine is not that good against infections,” he conceded to CBS News, “but it doesn’t last very long.” He added, “But we are just presenting those data to the FDA and then we will…Read More
Scotland Refuses To Lift Mask Mandate; Citing Spike In COVID Cases They Won’t Even Report.
The Scottish government has delayed the dismantling of its mask mandates, claiming that it is “prudent” to keep the policy in place given the “present rise” in COVID-19 cases. Last month, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that the obligation to wear a mask on public transportation and in some interior settings would expire on March 21, “assuming no significant unfavorable developments in the course of the infection.” On Tuesday, she told the Scottish Parliament that ministers had decided that it would be “prudent” to extend the mandate. She acknowledged that this would be “disappointing,” but encouraged people to “be patient for a bit longer.” “Given the present surge in case numbers, we believe it wise to keep this provision in legislation for another short term,” Sturgeon added. “Ensuring broad usage of facial coverings will provide some additional protection—particularly for…Read More
Long List Of COVID “Vaccine” Adverse Effects Now Include Tinnitus.
More research into COVID-19 vaccine-related tinnitus is needed, according to a group of experts that analyzed the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). Up till Sept. 14, 2021, over 12,247 cases of COVID-19 post-vaccination tinnitus were documented in a paper published in the March edition of the “Annals of Medicine and Surgery.” According to the Mayo Clinic, tinnitus is a condition in which one hears ringing or other disturbances in one or both ears that are not external sounds. It affects 15 to 20% of the population. “To the best of our knowledge, this is the first study to look at any otologic manifestations after vaccine delivery, with the goal of determining the potential pathophysiology, clinical approach, and therapy.” “Despite the rarity of vaccine-associated tinnitus, there is a need to study the specific processes and therapy,” the researchers added. They…Read More
LAUSD Still Requiring Students To Mask Up Despite State & County Mandate Being Lifted.
Even when California’s statewide mask rule for indoor public places expires, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) indicated it will keep its kids disguised, at least for the time being. This Monday is the first day that many California students will not have to wear a mask to school. However, due to agreements between the school district and its teachers’ union, an indoor mask rule remains in force for almost 600,000 LAUSD children. LAUSD, the nation’s second-largest public school district, said it is still working with partners, notably United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA), to develop a plan to move away from mask restrictions and instead “highly urge” wearing masks indoors. Any changes to the district’s health and safety regulations must be negotiated between the district and the union, according to a September 2021 agreement. In a statement, LAUSD Superintendent…Read More
Biden Administration Extends Public Transportation Mask Mandate.
Officials announced on March 10 that the federal government is extending the mask mandate for public transit. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said that the mandate would be extended in response to a recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “TSA will extend the security order for mask wear on public transit and transportation hubs for one month, through April 18th, on the suggestion of the CDC,” the CDC and TSA said in separate releases. “During that period, the CDC will collaborate with government entities to develop a revised policy framework for when and under what conditions masks should be required in the public transportation corridor.” This new paradigm will be based on the COVID-19 community levels, the danger of novel variations, national data, and the most recent scientific findings. Any changes will be communicated publicly if…Read More