Across the transom from a longtime reader. In case you were thinking the vaxx mandates would only apply to the physical workplace, because the rule will be instituted by OSHA, think again. Corporate tyrants are licking their chops to jam the jab down your throat, and they won’t stop just because you work remotely. Start making plans, if you haven’t already.
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I teach online at a tiny university in a tiny European country. I have no physical interaction with anyone. they wanted to know my “immunization status” anyway…
We aren’t just being lied to, we believe lies because we are ignorant. Like antibodies are what protects you from viral respiratory infection. Our lymphocytes protect us from viral infection. This is a long vid from former Pfizer scientist Dr. Yeadon, but it is vital. It covers everything. Save it. Share it. https://www.bitchute.com/video/wYZgKTJoqkQL/?fbclid=IwAR0gsvNWzcmTsQQ78izsDUyo04ymdYL4TkCSEvVhsLHyNQIv1OrOTwoOId8
1st page bottom paragraph they mention variants/breakthrough cases reason is that so many ppl decided not to get vaccinated in the first place….then two sentences down they say their info is based on science not media pasts and devoid of emotion. lmao. The lib that wrote the letter for that company almost pulled it off but just couldn’t quite finish it off w/o admitting the lie.
As I’ve been predicting, the next world war could happen over nations refusing to recognize other nation’s vexxines.
Don’t tell me you wouldn’t love to see it!
America: “Your vaccine is dangerous!”
Russia: “Nyet, your vaccine is the one that is dangerous!”
China: “Only vaccine made is China is trustworthy! Accept it now or you pay later!”
So a female colleague, 61 years old and double-dosed with the safe and effective industrial waste, has now been off sick for three weeks with an attack of rheumatoid arthritis* so bad that she can’t open a carton of milk or even dress herself. In the interests of full disclosure, I’ll add that her paternal grandmother suffered from the same condition but in the nearly six years I’ve worked with her, she’s never been off sick for any similar reason. Copying the terminology of the comedian who compiled this Employers’ Coercion Charter, I suppose you could say that this poor woman also has “self-separated from the company.”
*defined as an autoimmune disease whereby your immune system attacks the cells that line your joints.
So the vaccine approved that alters rna and is going to be pushed in every human on earth is named comirnaty.
Comity: an association of nations for their mutual benefit.
Yeah no global new world order conspiracy here. Move along lol
Mark, this link and the entire website are tremendous resources for employees fighting this fight. You may want to dedicate a whole post to this link, and anyone on twitter should tweet up a storm.
Here is another excellent memo:
I saw this today and it immediately struck me that this is the real game they are playing: “The Internet Of Bodies” (2 minute video). Covid is but a distraction from something much deeper, more sinister. They are “stealing a march” on us while we are distracted by masks and jabs.
The Borg: “Assimilate. Resistance is futile”. They will never stop until we are all plugged in.
What struck me from this video is the core theme are these two themes: “It (“Internet Of Bodies”) doesn’t change what we are doing … it changes us”; “It is no longer about freedom of speech, once we can access people’s thoughts and emotions”.
Covid is but an appetizer. This war is going to be long and unlike anything ever seen before. It is interior, unseen, the devil’s preferred playground. Prayer and fasting and Mass exclusively Tridentine – truly, that is our only hope (and it’s a big one). One way or another, we will never be the same again (not necessarily a bad thing).
fwiw: I’m signing off, ref what I said above.
I guess I always knew this, but isn’t it interesting that this is the trademark of the web that pulls us all into the “internet of bodies” (as discussed in my link above).
“Bite the apple! What harm is there in that. Think of all the good you can do by meeting people in “the internet of bodies” and saving them there. Take. Eat.”
Done. I’m disconnecting … by the grace of God.
In the end my Immaculate heart will triumph. Fear not, we know who wins.
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