Categories NFU Two memes on the needle and the damage done: (1) Memorial Day; (2) Australia. Post author By MCM Post date May 30, 2021 4 Comments on Two memes on the needle and the damage done: (1) Memorial Day; (2) Australia. ← Kudos to NY State Senator Daphne Jordan, who’s held the line against Andrew Cuomo’s insane mask mandate for toddlers! → New Yorker kicked out of a bar, because he had no “proof of vaccination” 4 replies on “Two memes on the needle and the damage done: (1) Memorial Day; (2) Australia.” I checked the numbers for Australia as I live there and my wife scoffed at the figures so I went to the Australian Government website and sure enough they are correct. Here is the link so you can check for yourself: https://www.tga.gov.au/periodic/covid-19-vaccine-weekly-safety-report-27-05-2021 Shocking. I went to the Australian article listed in the image, and predictably they’re claiming that the vaccine deaths are all “coincidental.” 😝 By the way, was the lone death in Australia this year attributed to Covid-19 mentioned in that article? I couldn’t seem to find that. I generally try to avoid the liberal Wikipedia, but this page confirms that only one death this year in Australia has been linked to Covid-19: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_the_COVID-19_pandemic_in_Australia Vaccine deaths are way way higher, they only count as a vaccine death if its within 48 hours of vaccine administration in the US and most of the world… Hospitals are pressured, under severe economic or license sanctions for those who do write up vaccine as cause of death. People are dropping like flies from jabs, and all these “healthcare” workers aren’t saying a peep! Mass murdering fellow humans through vaccines just for a paycheck, and it’s mostly women jabbing the people. The VP of software dev at Oracle just died from jab complications. He posted in late March he just got the jab, then promoted Oracle’s newly created covid 19 data collection app he helped create. Died few days ago out of nowhere and it got blamed on “covid”, the fictional virus which doesn’t exist… You couldn’t even make this stuff up if you wanted too. Leave a ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.