About Eeyore

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

6 Replies to “Steve Bannon with Alex Tschugguel: ‘It will be essentially illegal to exist in Austria without this vaccine’”

  1. There’s a little over 9 Million population in Austria.
    Last evening, I was speaking with my cousin in Rhode Island, a friend and a good acquaintance, all three are female. And all three said only prayer will save us now.
    Every night at bedtime, I take my bedside crucifix, hold it and ask Him to please help us, He has the power.

  2. Not without interest that Romania, with around 40% vaccination (lowest in Europe after Bulgaria), has currently the lowest case rate for Covid-19 in Europe – around 4 per 100,000. It’s true that death rates are high (0.46 per 100,000) but this is not surprising given the limited health facilities in the country.

    • Would be even lower if they allowed the use of therapeutics like Ivermectin and HCQ etc. Also do they kill sick people there with Morphine, Remdesivir or Midazolam like they do elsewhere/ cause not doing that lowers the mortality rate as well.

  3. They will track their citizens via mobile phones. Of that, I am certain.

    A few days ago, Vlad posted a Call for Tender, Gov of Canada, for cell tower operators. This morning, I saw this story from yesterday’s Toronto Sun:

    ** Feds admit tracking 33 million mobile phone devices during lockdowns **

    Ever feel like you’re being followed?

    The Public Health Agency admits it tracked 33 million mobile devices to monitor the population’s movement during lockdowns, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.

    The agency says cell tower locators were used to “understand the public’s responsiveness during lockdown measures.”

    “Due to the urgency of the pandemic the Agency collected and used mobility data such as cell tower location data throughout the COVID-19 response,” said agency spokesperson Mark Johnson.

    “It was to help understand possible links between the movement of populations within Canada and COVID.”

    The reason the directive was disclosed was, according to Johnson, to “to be open and transparent.”

    However, it also comes following a federal contractors’ notice that the agency will permanently introduce cell tower tracking.

    “The agency will use mobility data to describe and analyze population-level trends,” said Johnson.

    “Mobility data cannot be used to track or monitor individuals.”

    The agency says those contractors must make sure information is “cleaned and processed,” and any “demographic and population information” doesn’t name individuals.

    It’s been proposed the program be extended for up to five more years.


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