WHO Mocks The Unvaccinated Despite All Proof That Covid Vaccines Are Not Safe, Labels Them “Far-Right Extremists” And “Killing Force”

WHO Mocks The Unvaccinated Despite All Proof That Covid Vaccines Are Not Safe, Labels Them “Far-Right Extremists” And “Killing Force”

Despite all the latest reports that continue to flood social media and some parts of the mainstream publication with clear proof that the covid vaccines are anything but 100% safe, as they used to be advertised at first, the WHO is now mocking and attacking those who remain unvaccinated due to lack of trust. Check out the following outrageous reports below.

The WHO mocks people who remained unvaccinated 

According to the latest reports, the World Health Organization (WHO) has labeled unvaccinated people a “major killing force globally” in a new campaign being promoted on social media.

The WHO is promoting a new video that targets “anti-vaccine activism” by blasting those who choose not to be vaccinated for supporting “anti-science aggression.”

The video features pediatrician and vaccine advocate Dr. Peter Hotez who laments the “devastating impact of misinformation and disinformation” regarding Big Pharma’s Covid shots.

Hotez goes on to link the so-called “anti-science aggression” of people who refuse the Covid vaccines to “far-right extremism.”

Think Civics online publication notes that WHO made several unsupported claims that “anti-vaccine activism” now “kills more people” than terrorism, gun violence, and several other crimes.

The latest on covid vaccines 

It seems that more and more people are starting to talk these days about how the covid vaccines have deeply impacted people’s health. You probably know by now that the mRNA vaccines have been linked to blood clots, and this was denied at first. Now, this is happening:

Pfizer’s vaccine and blood clotting

It’s been just revealed that the FDA now admitted that they had been falsely misled that Pfizer shows safety. Check out the latest reports below.

Check out the following relevant tweets.

 

Here’s another relevant tweet about the issue:

 

More controversial reports have been made via Twitter’s users, and you can check them out for yourselves in the thread on Twitter.

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