Injections, arresting the victims and more: Links 1, March 30, 2021

1. About the AstraZeneca mRNA injection:

2. The following tweet is a response to Ezra’s, but I had to click TWO special acceptances for “offensive content” to get to it. Offensive no doubt to tyrants and drug companies.

(Interesting stats. But isn’t this the ‘vaccine’ the one the USA gave Canada so many million doses, and they did so when the US did not have enough for themselves? I wonder what they knew.)

3. Randy Hillier on how people now think democracy is a bad thing.

4. Police arrest a man after ANTIFA attacks him and his truck. The moral inversion is now complete.

Thank you Kalloi, PC., M., EB., Richard and so many more who manage to keep enough morale to pay attention.


About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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      • EMA – European Medicines Agency

        Vaxzevria (previously COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca)

        Vaxzevria is a vaccine for preventing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in people aged 18 years and older. COVID-19 is caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus.

        Vaxzevria is made up of another virus (of the adenovirus family) that has been modified to contain the gene for making a protein from SARS-CoV-2.

        Vaxzevria does not contain the virus itself and cannot cause COVID-19.

        Detailed information about this vaccine is available in the product information, which includes the package leaflet.

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        THE BRUSSELS TIMES MARCH 30th 2021

        AstraZeneca vaccine renamed ‘Vaxzevria’

        The coronavirus vaccine produced by the AstraZeneca pharmaceutical company is now called Vaxzevria, the Swedish medicine agency Läkemedelsverket announced based on data from the European Medicines Agency (EMA).

        The vaccine itself remains unchanged, but the Swedish agency considers the new name important, as it is accompanied by other things, such as new labelling and packaging.

        The name change to Vaxzevria was approved by the EMA on 25 March, following an application from the company.

        The vaccine produced by the British-Swedish pharmaceutical company has been the topic of discussion several times since it received the green light from the EMA in late January.

        Right after its approval, various countries in Europe – including Belgium – decided to not use it for the elderly, while waiting for more data.

        Later, in early March, several European countries temporarily suspended the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine because of some cases of blood clots and low platelet counts.

        On 18 March, the EMA reconfirmed that the vaccine was safe and effective, and that the benefits outweigh the possible risks, but is still investigating the matter.

        Additionally, the company has also been the subject of discussion as it repeatedly reduced its promised deliveries to the EU, resulting in escalating tensions between the EU and the UK.

    • CBC NEWS – MARCH 29 2021 – Why the Czech Republic is being hit hard by the 3rd wave

      Experts say poor contact tracing and vaccine hesitancy are among the reasons why the Czech Republic now has some of the highest COVID-19 infection and death rates in the world, despite having low rates earlier in the pandemic.


    I would very much like to see the two “security guards” who just stood there watching and then pitilessly closed the door on the poor woman charged with something and given some prison time along with a strong message from the judge. Any guy who just stands there like an idiot while a big thug tries to stomp an old lady to death is a piece of stupid cowardly excrement and deserves to rot in jail…

  2. Yes we are living when our moral compass has been broken, this mess will be extremely hard to correct, it will take many decades and probably a lot of hard fighting.

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