CORONA Why Are Globalists and Governments so Desperate for 100% Vaccination Rates?

Publius

TB Fanatic
well if you have a 401k an IRA/ROTH, TIAA CREF, etc., then you are one of those investors.

No the investors here are people with very deep pockets of their own and as a collective they can buy into a company and more or less have a strong controlling say on how things are going to be done.
Some are saying BlackRock owns the White House and has control over most of congress.
 

Dozdoats

On TB every waking moment
Actually, some number of people at Jonestown were injected with poison because they would not drink the koolaid that was poisoned for them.
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The Jonestown Massacre: Listen to a Chilling Recording of a Mass Suicide | The Ghost Diaries

The Jonestown Massacre: Listen to a Chilling Recording of a Mass Suicide
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(Warning: The content in the following audio is disturbing)

What you are about to listen to is a recording retrieved by the FBI of the final hours of Jim Jones’s cult before they committed mass suicide on Nov. 18, 1978. Up until 9/11, this was the largest mass fatality that the American people had ever witnessed. Over 913 cult members died in Jonestown in a small compound in the heart of Guyana. Jim Jones ordered his congregation and their children to drink cyanide-laced laced Kool-Aide (thus, the phrase ‘drinking the Kool-Aide’). Those who resisted were either shot or injected with cyanide.

This recording begins immediately preceding the initial deaths and continues while the mass suicide is carried out. It is beyond bone chilling. Above the screams of children and the confused chatter of brainwashed adults we hear the drug-addled Jim Jones pleading with his cult members to drink the cyanide-laced juice. What makes the recording even more disturbing is the new-agey type music playing faintly in the background as the suicide is taking place. This makes for one gut-wrenching soundtrack.

One of the eeriest moments in the recording is when Jim Jones asks for anyone who objects to his decision for mass suicide to speak out. A women frantically questions the idea, saying that she thinks there’s always hope, and that her children deserve to live. Jim Jones replies: “Without me, life has no meaning.”


We dare you to put this on your iPod and let the madman who convinced close to a thousand people to end their lives into your life for a few minutes. But be warned: you will be listening to the sounds of ritualistic murder and death.
 

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Griz3752

Retired, practising Curmudgeon
In places like Europe, the UK and Australia vaccinations rates are higher and governments have moved on to the vaccine passport phase of their agenda.

Here in the US, the Real ID Act was passed in early 2005 I think w/ a view to roll-out/implementation to be complete by 2010 I think; feel free to correct that. Cynical me thinks of this as an Internal Passport, something the US & 'Free World' had railed against as one of the many ills of Communism i.e. tracking or controlling/managing a countries internal migrations. Yet here it is, in America and, I think every state has implemented it.

If you run a Free World gov and are a Socialist (as so many are) and have toiled long & hard to create your own nanny state, a VaxPassPort provides another monitoring methodology, under the guise of 'for the public good'.

G.
 

Bad Hand

Veteran Member
One of my friends in Canada told me if I was fully vaccinated I could come to Canada and go to a primitive gathering there. I told her I am probably never going to Canada again. Canadians can't understand why we don't do everything the Government tells us to do.
 

Griz3752

Retired, practising Curmudgeon
One of my friends in Canada told me if I was fully vaccinated I could come to Canada and go to a primitive gathering there. I told her I am probably never going to Canada again. Canadians can't understand why we don't do everything the Government tells us to do.
I wouldn't be too sure of that
 

Publius

TB Fanatic
Trick is finding out who the key people are and going after them.
Now I did try posting some info about two investment companies and most here blew it off!!!
"BlackRock" and "Vanguard" More or less own most of the major corporations and said between the two they collectedly hold 20 trillion dollar$ in corporate investment$. Now finding out who the investors are with these two investment companies and doxing them to the tenth degree will go along way with stopping what they are doing.

Find out who the CEOs are of the drug companies and posting photos with names and addresses and also handing it to a group of doctors that have filed a court case to stop this covid virus and vaccine madness, charging the CEOs of the drug companies making these bogus vaccines with genocide should bring the whole thing to a complete stop.

I'm now reading Pfizer estimates covid vaccine $ales at $33.5 billion dollar$ in the last 7 months.
 

Coulter

Veteran Member
It may not be that easy for companies that employ union employees because it would be a change in condition of employment and they may not want to touch it.
That won't even be a speed bump for them.

If they can get away with stealing the Presidential election - there is nothing that will stop them.

Concentration camps within a year - or less - is my prediction.

I will be ecstatic if we make it a year.
 

Hi-D

Senior Member
J&J got their opium market crushed and they are starting to owe the states a few billion. Maybe part of it for them.


Big 3 U.S. drug distributors, Johnson & Johnson reach landmark $26 billion opioid settlement
PUBLISHED WED, JUL 21 20212:12 PM EDTUPDATED WED, JUL 21 20212:39 PM EDT
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  • A group of state attorneys general unveiled on Wednesday a landmark, $26 billion settlement resolving claims that the three largest U.S. drug distributors and drugmaker Johnson & Johnson helped fuel a deadly nationwide opioid epidemic.
  • Under the settlement proposal, distributors McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen are expected to pay a combined $21 billion, while Johnson & Johnson would pay $5 billion.
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The headquarters of Cardinal Health in Dublin, Ohio.

The headquarters of Cardinal Health in Dublin, Ohio.
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A group of state attorneys general unveiled on Wednesday a landmark, $26 billion settlement resolving claims that the three largest U.S. drug distributors and drugmaker Johnson & Johnson helped fuel a deadly nationwide opioid epidemic.
Under the settlement proposal, distributors McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen are expected to pay a combined $21 billion, while Johnson & Johnson would pay $5 billion.

The money from the distributors will be paid out over the next 18 years. J&J will pay over nine years, with up to $3.7 billion paid during the first three years.
The distributors were accused of lax controls that allowed massive amounts of addictive painkillers to be diverted into illegal channels, devastating communities, while J&J was accused of downplaying the addiction risk in its opioid marketing.
The companies have denied the allegations.
The settlement also calls for the creation of an independent clearinghouse to provide all three distributors and state regulators aggregated data about where drugs are going and how often, a tool negotiators hope will help reduce pills being over shipped to communities.
The ultimate amount the companies may have to pay will depend on the extent states sign up for the settlement and confirm their cities and counties are on board.

The opioid crisis has been blamed for hundreds of thousands of U.S. overdose deaths since 1999, but has hit some regions much harder than others, creating divisions among governments when it comes to evaluating the settlement.
At least 44 states must sign onto the deal to receive some of the money, and negotiators hope to gather more support, a person familiar with the matter said.

‘Not nearly good enough’


Washington state’s attorney general, Bob Ferguson, said he would not join the deal. “The settlement is, to be blunt, not nearly good enough for Washington,” he said.
That state’s trial against the drug distributors begins on Sept. 7 and a January trial is set against Johnson & Johnson.
To get the full payout, a critical mass is needed. The maximum payment requires at least 48 states, 98% of litigating local governments and 97% of the jurisdictions that have yet to sue, the person said.
States will have 30 days to decide whether to sign onto the agreement. But electing to participate only guarantees a state 55% of its share of the settlement as a base amount, the person said.
The other 45% is contingent on the state through legislation or agreement being able to get its political subdivisions on board and assuring the companies an end to the litigation, the source said. Local governments have up to 150 days to join.
More than 3,000 lawsuits related to the health crisis, mostly by state and local governments, have been filed.
About half of the states have already passed legislation or signed agreements with their localities governing how settlement money will be distributed, according to Christine Minhee, who runs an opioid litigation watchdog project supported by an Open Society Foundations Soros Justice Fellowship.
Legislation does not guarantee success. In Indiana, cities and counties representing more than half of the state’s population exercised their rights to opt-out of any settlement after a law was passed limiting their cut to 15% and restricting lawsuits.
Hard-hit West Virginia had already signaled it will not participate in the settlement, after local governments opted last year to try to pursue their own deal in hopes of a bigger payout. The distributors are currently on trial in one case in the state.
“As of now, West Virginia is very likely a ‘no’ on these agreements, but we will continue to review all proposals and advocate for the best interests of West Virginians,” state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said.
New Hampshire, which was deeply affected by the epidemic, also has not decided whether to join the deal, said James Boffetti, an associate state attorney general. He noted the state is suing J&J and the distributors.
“We will closely evaluate the terms of any settlements once we receive them,” he said. “I can’t say at this point whether or not we will join either settlement.”

Meanwhile, the crisis has shown no sign of letting up. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week said provisional data showed that 2020 was a record year for overall drug overdose deaths with 93,331, up 29% from a year earlier.
 

Redcat

Veteran Member
One of my friends in Canada told me if I was fully vaccinated I could come to Canada and go to a primitive gathering there. I told her I am probably never going to Canada again. Canadians can't understand why we don't do everything the Government tells us to do.
My parents were Canadian, as are a good 99% of my family. I went up in April 2019 for a visit. I fully expect to never go again.
 

Nowski

Veteran Member
That won't even be a speed bump for them.

If they can get away with stealing the Presidential election - there is nothing that will stop them.

Concentration camps within a year - or less - is my prediction.

I will be ecstatic if we make it a year.
I posted this on the closed whistleblower thread.

When will the vaccines become mandatory, and what are they
going to do, to those that absolutely refuse to take their out of
the pits of hell COVID-19 vaccines.

90 days, we got 90 days.

The time to take up arms and fight, is fast approaching.

Please be safe everyone.

Regards to all.

Nowski
 

Shadow

Swift, Silent,...Sleepy
We may all be living primitive in the near future. U.N.

WE ARE BEING REPLACED DAILY BY FOREIGNERS.
Foreigners without the skill set to maintain all the infrastructure that is keeping the country operating. If enough skilled people (nuke plant operators, doctors, etc.) die off we go back to the 1800's.

This has been discussed with respect to a new flu killing a percentage of the population. What percentage of the maintenance staff has to die before an operation stops functioning viably? Water, sewer, electric generation, electric distribution, hospital maintenance, the internet. Add your own list.

Even if all the elite and doctors and scientists were given placebos how many of them can maintain the operation they depend on?

Shadow
 

Coulter

Veteran Member
I posted this on the closed whistleblower thread.

When will the vaccines become mandatory, and what are they
going to do, to those that absolutely refuse to take their out of
the pits of hell COVID-19 vaccines.

90 days, we got 90 days.


The time to take up arms and fight, is fast approaching.

Please be safe everyone.

Regards to all.

Nowski
90 days sounds about right to me.

But then 6 months ago - I didn't think we would make it this far.
 

Tristan

Has No Life - Lives on TB
If the vaccines are a Trojan horse that causes widespread illness or infertility, and the globalists get caught because a control group exists,

In light of that, isn't it interesting the post from the other day that scientists had distroyed the 'control group' for what little testing was done for one of the vaccines, by disclosing to the placebo group that they were in fact given a placebo?

Things that make ya go "Hmmmmm"

:hmm:
 
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