by The COVID World As South Korea continues its COVID-19 vaccination program, the number of deaths from vaccine side effects continues to rise. The families of the dead held a ceremony on the 20th of November to demand answers and justice from the South Korean Government. The distraught relatives shaved their heads while holding up…Families of South Korea’s COVID Vaccine Victims Mourn Loved Ones During Mass Memorial Service — Health Impact News
South Korean government investigates 7 deaths that followed Covid-19 vaccination with AstraZeneca’s jab
South Korea finished its first week of rolling out long-awaited Covid-19 inoculations in the country with thousands of suspected adverse reactions to AstraZeneca’s vaccine, seven of which resulted in deaths.
- The Facts: The number of South Koreans who have died after getting flu shots has risen to 48, but health authorities in South Korea have found no link between the vaccine and the deaths.
- Reflect On: Is the flu shot as safe as it’s marketed to be?
What Happened: It’s that time of year, and flu shot programs are rolling out across the globe. The number of South Koreans who have died after getting their flu shots has now risen to 48, and a number of South Korean doctors as a result have called to stop flu shots as a result, according to Reuters. The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) has decided not to stop the program, and that flu vaccines would continue to be given and will reduce the chance of having simultaneous epidemics in the era of COVID-19.
Comments by Brian Shilhavy – October 23, 2020
Editor, Health Impact News
One of the interesting side effects of the COVID [P]landemic and the rush to bring to market a new, untested COVID vaccine, is that many people around the world have become more skeptical of vaccines, and for good reason.
GreatGameIndia) After AI robots to enforce mandatory face mask rules, now Singapore is ready to roll-out COVID-19 electronic tags for tracking behavioral activity to enforce quarantine. If you attempt to leave home, it will alert the authorities, following which there maybe a fine of S$10,000 or six months of prison or both. →
(NaturalHealth365) Did we just fall asleep and wake up in Orwell’s 1984? More and more surveillance talk is creating turmoil around the world, with serious questions being raised about violations of personal freedom and bodily autonomy. Chief among these questions is this: what is contact tracing, and what does it mean for myself and my loved ones?
Between these forced quarantine initiatives that reek like state supervision, and the looming possibility of mandatory immunizations, many concerned citizens are starting to feel as if government health agencies have become a direct threat to the very value of personal sovereignty. →
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Unlike our own Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which only advocates for pharmaceuticals and vaccines, Korea’s CDC effectively cured, dare we use that word, a patient by delivering oxygen through a face mask, according to the local news service Newsis. →
Read more & podcast: “The Coronavirus PANDEMIC achieves top GOALS for GLOBALISTS” (14:00) via — NaturalNews.com
36 Powerful Images Of Women Protesters Leading From The Front Across The World
Anuj Tiwar, India Times, Dec 26, 2019
Celebrating the power and courage of all the women and girls across the world who have to taken to the streets for their beliefs in gender equality, violence and democratic values.
Here are some images of protests where women scripted the victory saga.
1. Jamia Millia Islamia students protesting against Citizenship Act.
(Activist Post) It’s not just a social credit score system spreading around the world from China that threatens the free people of the world; India’s Aadhaar National ID program has the full support of Bill Gates and the World Bank as a model for other countries to follow. Gates said in a 2018 CNBC interview that it was “too bad” if someone thought that Aadhaar was a privacy issue: →
Read more & video: “Bill Gates: Aadhaar Doesn’t Harm Privacy, It Merely Gives an Identity | CNBC TV18” (4:41) via — Activist Post
Weekly Geo-political News and Analysis
Pentagon takes over G20, will push for Middle East peace and world federation
Now that a peace deal has been reached in principle in the Korean Peninsula, the U.S. military, which just took over presidency of the G20, is going to push for a real Middle East peace deal, Pentagon sources say. Peace is also breaking out in other trouble spots like the Ukraine and the India/Pakistan border. All this is happening as the U.S. and China call a truce in their trade war and start negotiations to form what is, as the Chinese government puts it, “a new model for global cooperation.”