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Monday, May 30th, 2022, 7:14 am

Inconvenient Facts About COVID-19

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ABOUT 30 months ago COVID-19 crossed over to Europe. It would soon devastate Italy in particular, then pass on (in a major way) to the UK, leaving us with 200,000 death certificates that say “COVID-19″ on them. And it’s not even over yet.

As of this moment, based on official government-supplied figures, 34% of the British population never received a jab, any jab, for COVID-19. But of course the media presents the data differently. Over 38% never got a second jab, 52% never got a third one.

Why does this matter? Because this past week we reached all-time lows for COVID-19 vaccination in the UK. Just 3,000 for the day, all combined (even boosters). That’s 0.004411% of the population.

The vaccine patent pools are going to look for products [sic] to replace what was lost. No, they won’t pursue mass vaccination in Africa, India etc.

“There’s no money in it…”

It’s about patent monopolies and extraction of money from taxpayers via governments..

If the war on coronavirus is over, then COVID-19 won because it’s everywhere now and politicians have given up fighting. Yet worse, due to greed a lot of the world’s population remains unprotected.

Lessons humans failed to learn from COVID-19 crisis: patents on medicine is a threat to mankind, people should really work from their homes where their job allows this, and the West is far too dependent on imports from overseas sweatshops.

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