Irish Regime told to target your Children

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#121

Just saw a video on telegram now - allegations of two Australian children dead. Stew Peters says still no secondary confirmation yet I think. Anyone else seen anything?


#122

Intersting quote, is that suppose to serve as a placeholder for an actual point or substantive argument?

It might be of interest. See we expected we might loose all the vaxxed users, not for the reasons you are thinking, or are you thinking that? :icon_eek:

Well, this was defo covered during the game planning for the derangement pivot (I can still see that specific bullet point on the whiteboard in the last team meeting) during the design phase building out our strategy to enter and capture that growing niche market and segments. So far analytics indicate we are on track to see totally nutz market share growth, really mad numbers, crazy and truly incredible, possibly the craziest at least the maddest. Mind blowing results.

Yea, anyway so there is that but are you sure you didn’t mean to type in :radioactive: www.rte.ie :radioactive: into your browsers address bar?


#123

What’s Coming Next

You just got told. As I Told ya. Easy to Read. When they tell you in advance, like > IN ADVANCE, that kind of advance which is the only kind.

Israel’s Covid Surge Shows the World What’s Coming Next

The former leader on vaccines is now focusing on boosters to protect the vulnerable after cases rose to a record.

September 7, 2021, 9:24 AM UTC (BLOOMBERG)

The country that was once predicted to be the first to vaccinate its entire population had the highest per-capita caseload of anywhere in the week through Sept. 4, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Its world-beating inoculation rate, meanwhile, has tumbled down the league table.

The nation of 9 million became the test case for reopening society and the economy in April when much of Europe and the U.S. were still in some form of lockdown. Yet Israel now shows how the calculus is changing in places where progress was fastest. It’s no longer just about whether people get coronavirus, but also how badly they get it and ensuring that vaccines are still working as the highly infectious Delta variant threatens to undermine immunity.

A girl receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine during a campaign to encourage the vaccination of teenagers, in Tel Aviv, in July.

Photographer: Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images

More recently, it has led the way when it comes to vaccinating children and rolling out a booster shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine after research suggested reduced efficacy over time. Around 100,000 Israelis are getting inoculated every day, the vast majority of them with a third shot.

…infections jumped because of the prevalence of cases among the unvaccinated, especially children.

Src: https://archive.is/QKxeO