Permalink 43,898 Dead 4,190,493 Injured Following COVID-19 Vaccines in European Database of Adverse Reactions

The European (EEA and non-EEA countries) database of suspected drug reaction reports is EudraVigilance, verified by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), and they are now reporting 43,898 fatalities, and 4,190,493 injuries following injections of five experimental COVID-19 shots:


Governments worldwide are working in Lockstep to bring in Digital I.D. & Social Credit System as EU agrees to expand online censorship with ‘Digital Services Act’ (The Exposé)

Permalink Burned alive: How the 2014 Odessa massacre became a turning point for Ukraine

Clashes between opposing activists turned into mass murder. The perpetrators have never been punished.

Eight years ago this Monday, something significant happened in Odessa, a historically important city in the southwest of Ukraine. Although the West didn’t see it as such, for Russia and the newly formed Donbass republics, what transpired there became a symbolic episode.

From late 2013 into early 2014, a conflict between the government of President Viktor Yanukovich and the pro-Western opposition was unfolding in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. The series of events that would ensue were dubbed the ‘Euromaidan’. Meanwhile, Odessa, a port city on the Black Sea, was of course affected by these events too, albeit to a lesser extent. Occasional clashes with police and scuffles between supporters of Euromaidan and those aligned with the government, which became known as the ‘Anti-Maidan’ movement, were nothing compared to the bloodshed in Kiev, where people were being killed.

Many Ukrainians didn’t welcome the Euromaidan, and they had their reasons. Lots of Odessa residents had strong ties with Russia, and still do. When Ukraine gained independence in 1991, a large number of ethnic Russians were living in Odessa and many had relatives in the old country. The city was built during the reign of Catherine the Great and has always been seen as an integral part of Russia’s history. Thus, the aggressive nationalism of Euromaidan was largely unpopular there and plenty of locals were frightened by what seemed to be a passion for forming militant units. Euromaidan and Anti-Maidan in Odessa began to form parallel paramilitary organizations. Armed with a primitive array of sticks, biker helmets, and homemade weapons, these groups trained for street fighting. At first, nobody sought a fight to the death – the radicals hadn’t yet gained the leading role in either movement.

Ukraine’s Nazi massacre in Odessa... (05/02/22)
Ukraine's Whitewashed Odessa Massacre Report (09/11/14)

Permalink COVID Russia: Triumph of the Virus Scam (Edward Slavsquat)

In the United States, May Day is celebrated in September and is commemorated with a hotdog eating contest and explosive deals at the local discount mattress warehouse. Or is that a different holiday? (Trick question: it’s every American holiday.)

In Russia, Den' Truda is marked with marches. Lots and lots of marches. In 2019, an estimated 100,000 Muscovites participated in May Day festivities. But that was before the COVID Troubles.

For the last two years, Spring and Labor Day processions across Russia have been canceled due to the threat of positive PCR tests. Two years of humiliation, gaslighting and state-sponsored soul-rape. [...] Russia has not defeated the Virus Scam. On the contrary, the scam has become more wanton, shameless and arbitrary. It is being turned on and off like a light switch without even the pretense of trying to safeguard public health. This is a feature, not a bug, of Permanent Biosecurity.

Permalink NATO expansion: Pentagon to modernize Moldovan army, merger with Romania again mooted

Earlier, former Moldovan Prime Minister Iurie Leancă said that if the Russian army approached its borders, Moldova would have to unite with [NATO-member] Romania.

The issue was discussed during a meeting between US Senator Steve Daines and Moldovan Defense Minister Anatolie Nosatîi. During the meeting, the sides discussed regional security, opportunities for expanding the partnership between the two countries in the framework of bilateral military cooperation and strategic dialogue. Anatolie Nosatîi appreciated the comprehensive support provided by the American partners in various projects and programs, including in the field of training, logistics and modernization of the Moldovan National Army infrastructure. [Source]

Permalink Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s interview with Mediaset, Italian television network, Moscow, May 1, 2022

Question: This is how you see it, while Vladimir Zelensky puts it differently. He believes denazification doesn’t make any sense. He is a Jew. The Nazis, Azov – there are very few of them (several thousand). Vladimir Zelensky refutes your view of the situation. Do you believe Vladimir Zelensky is an obstacle to peace?

Sergey Lavrov: It makes no difference to me what President Vladimir Zelensky refutes or does not refute. He is as fickle as the wind, as they say. He can change his position several times a day. I heard him say that they would not even discuss demilitarisation and denazification during peace talks. First, they are torpedoing the talks just as they did the Minsk agreements for eight years. Second, there is nazification there: the captured militants as well as members of the Azov and Aidar battalions and other units wear swastikas or symbols of Nazi Waffen-SS battalions on their clothes or have them tattooed on their bodies; they openly read and promote Mein Kampf. His argument is: How can there be Nazism in Ukraine if he is a Jew? I may be mistaken but Adolf Hitler had Jewish blood, too. This means absolutely nothing. The wise Jewish people say that the most ardent anti-Semites are usually Jews. “Every family has its black sheep,” as we say.

Israel wants apology from Russia over Hitler remark (RT.com)

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