Do you ever recall (pre-covid) being given a vaccine and the doctor saying that even though you’ve had it, you could still catch say yellow fever and pass it on to others? Strange that isn’t it?
Battling to thwart Brussels open gates policies Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s government moves to protect Europe’s borders beyond Hungary by repeatedly sending Hungarian police to neighbouring Balkan countries to stop the flood of migrants fleeing from NATO conflicts.
Talk about cultural appropriation? Has there ever been a regime more virulently racist and breathtakingly hostile to an ethnic group, in this case, ethnic-European, than that of the liberal-left. It is tantamount to Blacks hating their own kind and working to mock, marginalise and exterminate every one of some or all African blood.
Worldwide protests against vaccine mandates and passports, lockdowns, and other tyrannical measures implemented by various governmental organisations continue as concerned citizens and activists defiantly stand against their loss of freedom, basic human rights, and medical choice.
ANDREW TOBA REPORT: Many of the people who received either one or two shots are beginning to wake up. They were told by the ‘experts’ that they just needed to get the shot and things would get back to normal. Things are far from normal and now they are being told that they will likely need to get multiple booster shots and even a pill to treat Covid-19.
Within a single decade, the number of Norwegian municipalities that spend more than half of their social assistance budget on people with an immigrant background has grown from 17 to 123. At the same time, the amount of social assistance paid to the same demographic has more than doubled, reaching $460 million.
Tens of thousands of anti-regime activists took to the streets of the French capital on Saturday to voice their discontent with the coronavirus health pass policy for the ninth weekend in a row. The protest quickly descended into clashes with police. As usual, the few media that did cover the events downplayed the news.
Pas de regrets (No regret)’: The Frenchman who did jail time for slapping President Macron says he received hundreds of wonderful letters of support. A man who spent several months behind bars for slapping French President Emmanuel Macron this summer has said he has received many letters in support of his gutsy political action.
State police operatives in Vilnius capital city of Lithuania the largest of the three Baltic states have detained 20 people after a thousands-strong rally against Covid-19 restrictions and what protesters condemned LGTBQ+ propaganda ended in a standoff with the regime’s law enforcement agents.
Although it is hard for them to believe, there was a former Argentine President who walked freely with his grandson, through the streets, without receiving abuse, threats or insults and without any bodyguard presence.