Across Europe, from the Baltic to the Black Seas anti-regime protests and demonstrations are gaining strength and numbers of protestors are growing beyond the most pessimistic expectations. The protest against the German energy policy was only supposed to involve 400 citizens, but that number ballooned to 4,000 out of a city of only 59,000.
European countries are currently experiencing an unusual and mysterious high death rate – and coronavirus deaths are not the reason for this increase. Known as ‘excess mortality,’ people are dying at an unusually high rate in the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Portugal, and Great Britain.
In 2009, Pfizer pushed its drug Bextra to be used off-label for unapproved applications, was prosecuted for illegal marketing of a drug, and paid a $2.3 billion settlement.
In Pennsylvania, situated in the Land of the Free, police have arrested American Thomas Richard Glazewski for putting up satirical stickers with the face of Joe Biden at gas stations, accusing him of rising fuel prices, writes Fox News. As the channel notes, against the backdrop of rising oil prices, stickers with a similar message have become extremely popular in the United States.
GENEVA, 11 March. /Corr. TASS Konstantin Pribytkov/. Nothing to hide nothing to fear is what they tell us: The World Health Organization (WHO) ‘strongly recommended’ Ukraine to destroy evidence of dangerous pathogens in Biolabs to prevent their possible leakage (or falling into Russia’s hands to be used as evidence?). This was reported on Thursday TASS in the press service of the who.
Ireland’s Health Minister Stephen Donnelly signed off on the ending of the requirement for international travellers to show proof of vaccination or recovery or a negative PCR test. It is also no longer necessary to complete a Covid-19 passenger locator form for travel to Ireland. It marks the removal of the final Covid-19 restrictions in Ireland.
Demonstrators demanding an end to vaccine mandates and the sacking of the government. Several anti-vaccine-mandate marches were organized by the Convoy to Canberra movement in the Australian capital of Canberra on Saturday. Groups of civil rights activists moved in several directions in the city centre, blocking traffic and converged near the parliament buildings.
Anti-state tyranny demonstrators have ignored a warning from the authorities to leave voluntarily. Hundreds of protesters defied a police ultimatum to leave the area around Wellington’s parliament on Wednesday, with the crowd continuing to swell. The authorities have described the ongoing demonstration as ‘orderly.’
A French flag in the hands of a Frenchman on the Champs-Élysées is now regarded as objet ostentatoire (defiant object). The fine is €135 euros. On Saturday, hundreds of people were fined, including a 70-year-old grandmother who had her flag snatched, crumpled up and thrown away, while her documents were demanded. All this without mentioning the introduction of armoured personnel carriers, the beating of citizens and the heavy use of tear gas.
The authorities have illegally stopped 500 vehicles outside the French capital ahead of an anti-mandate protest. French state police say they intercepted around 500 vehicles so far, they claim are ‘trying to enter Paris as part of an anti-mandate Freedom Convoy’ protest on Saturday.