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COVID-19 “Vaccines” Are a U.S. Dept. of Defense Project Says Australian Pharmacologist

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 13, 2023

💭 ኮቪድ-19 “ክትባቶች” የዩኤስ የመከላከያ ፕሮጄክት ናቸው ሲሉ አውስትራሊያዊው የመድኃኒት ምርቶችን ወይም ንጥረ ነገሮችን የሚያጠኑት የሳይንስ ሊቅ/ ፋርማኮሎጂስት ተናግረዋል

Newspapers, TV news channels, and news websites are ramping up again their fear propaganda offensive about Coronavirus, the man-made biological warfare weapon that was created in some nation’s military warfare laboratories. It could have been made in Wuhan. It may have been created in Fort Detrick. Only the criminals and Almighty God know who did it to the human population of the world. It looks like they are at it again. Of course, The global pandemic steering committee is meeting next week in Davos, Switzerland, for the 2023 World Economic Forum.


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BOMBSHELL: The PENTAGON Controlled The COVID-19 Program From The Very Beginning

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 13, 2023

💭 አስደንጋጭ ዘገባ፤ የአሜሪካ መከላከያ ምኒስቴር ፔንታጎን የኮቪድ-19ን ፕሮግራም ገና ከመጀመሪያው ጀምሮ ሲቆጣጠረውና ሲሠራበት ነበር

💭 A BOMBSHELL new report claims shows that the Department of Defense – meaning the Pentagon – controlled the COVID-19 Program from the very beginning. If true, it means that everything we were told was political theater, right down to the FDA vaccine approval process. Our guest today is the former executive of a pharmaceutical contract research organization Sasha Latypova and she shows what she has found due to her searches based on instinct that the Covid vaccine was not exactly on the up and up.

👉 Just Two days ago: Pentagon Drops Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate For Troops

The Pentagon formally dropped its COVID-19 vaccination mandate Tuesday, but a new memo signed by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin also gives commanders some discretion in how or whether to deploy troops who are not vaccinated.

Austin’s memo has been widely anticipated ever since legislation signed into law on Dec. 23 gave him 30 days to rescind the mandate. The Defense Department had already stopped all related personnel actions, such as discharging troops who refused the shot.

“The Department will continue to promote and encourage COVID-19 vaccination for all service members,” Austin said in the memo. “Vaccination enhances operational readiness and protects the force.”

Austin said that commanders have the authority to maintain unit readiness and a healthy force. He added, however, that other department policies — including mandates for other vaccines — remain in place. That includes, he said, “the ability of commanders to consider, as appropriate, the individual immunization status of personnel in making deployment, assignment, and other operational decisions, including when vaccination is required for travel to, or entry into, a foreign nation.”

The contentious political issue, which has divided America, forced more than 8,400 troops out of the military for refusing to obey a lawful order when they declined to get the vaccine. Thousands of others sought religious and medical exemptions. Austin’s memo ends those exemption requests.


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