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Europe “Must Learn to Live With Terrorism,” But Not With Measles?

European politicians are much more comfortable with mass murder than they are with a childhood illness.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan infamously said that, “Terrorism is just part and parcel of living in a big city.”  French President Emmanuel Macron said that terrorism will be “part of our daily lives for the years to come”. He even said, “We must learn to live with terrorism”. So we can learn to live with measles then too, can’t we? Wrong!

Macron is perfectly okay with keeping his countries’ borders open to any infectious foreigner while imposing mandatory vaccination on the French people. Germany and Italy are also going the same way, but not without mass protest in Italy.

Looking at the above map, is it any wonder there have been thousands of cases of measles in Europe in the past two years? The two worst hit countries – Italy and Romania – are directly in the paths of the two main routes of illegal immigration into Europe. But to vaccine poisoners, it’s as much coincidence as children losing all their speech immediately after vaccination.

Stripping citizens of their rights is not going to change the fact that the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine is a dangerous vaccine that destroys children’s brains. People will continue to take their chances with the measles as long as they are lied to about vaccine dangers.

Mandatory vaccines will also do nothing to stop the new wave of crime, terrorism and disease being imported into the continent. That depends on the patience of the European people. If the European leaders don’t re-establish their countries’ borders soon, their people will eventually grow fed-up enough to vote these arrogant politicians out of office.

John Oliver Proves He Knows Vaccine Injury Like He Does Islamic Terrorism

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John Oliver with scene from Bataclan Theatre massacre by ISIS terrorists in Paris, November 13th, 2015

There is nothing more damning of John Oliver than the words of John Oliver. All of the following are from his June 25th episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

On President Trump’s decision to space out vaccinations:

…it’s the middle ground between sense and nonsense. It’s like saying, ‘It would be crazy to eat that entire bar of soap, so I’ll just eat half of it.’

On exonerated British doctor Andrew Wakefield:

He’s basically the Lance Armstrong of doctors.

On mercury in flu shots still given to pregnant mothers:

So we essentially spent time and energy solving a problem that never existed. It’s like spending years fighting to get marshmallows out of Lucky Charms because a few people think minions can choke to death on them. 

On retired Congressman Dan Burton’s issue with lack of safety studies:

Proving a negative is an impossible standard. And that is also a slippery slope, because it means that I can say to youYouDan Burton, are a DONKEY FUCKER!’

Yet knowingly proving a negative to prove there is no conspiracy to cover up vaccine harms, falsely claiming:

On those rare occasions when there have been issues with vaccines, they’ve been pulled and fast. And I know that that explanation will still not satisfy some.

Finally, and worst of all, on his own infant son born premature:

We are vaccinating him fully, on schedule. And if I can overcome the temptation to listen to the irrational shouting of my terrified lizard brain, then I believe that everyone can.

Captain Picard facepalm

 

NO MIGRANT ATTACKS ON AUTISTS, BACK PRESIDENT TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN

From 7 News Melbourne, in Australia:

A defenceless autistic teen has been bashed by a Sudanese gang on a bus in Melbourne’s west, after they tried to steal his sneakers and phone.

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This is who the Democrat judge Derrick Watson threw under the bus when he ruled against President Trump’s ban to spare the feelings of Muslims: the people most vulnerable to attacks by migrant gangs. Such people do not just include women or gays, but disabled people including those with autism.

After the Islamic terrorist massacre in Orlando, gay journalist Milo Yiannopoulos wrote: 

We can’t go on like this. We can’t live in an America where gays fear going to night clubs, where satirists fear execution for their speech, where cartoonists consider whether their next drawing might get them killed.

And we can’t live in an America where autists fear riding the bus.

Autists, you want to ride the bus safely without fear of being mugged? Parents of autists, you want your children to live independent lives without you constantly worrying for their safety? Support President Trump’s travel ban on six failed Muslim countries and stop voting Democrat.

For those in Australia already dealing with this problem, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Political Party is a great organization. It too supports strict immigration policy and Hanson also agrees with President Trump on the global autism pandemic being caused by vaccination. So only vote for One Nation candidates in all future Australian elections.

Let’s Make America and Australia Great Again!

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American Thinker: Vaccines and Terrorism

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By Eileen F. Toplansky

What better way to conquer your enemy than through the use of vaccine terrorism?  Apparently the country of Denmark did not consider the ramifications of the aforementioned question because it “recently sold its state-owned vaccine manufacturing facility to a conglomerate owned by the Aljomaih Group, a Saudi family dynasty.”  This Group is led by Sheikh Abdul Aziz Hamad Aljomaih who is also the largest single stockholder and chairman of Arcapita Bank, which, as an Islamic bank is comprised of Islamic scholars, who make certain that the bank’s activities will comply with sharia or Islamic law.

Since those who sit on the bank’s Sharia Board promote aggressive jihad, would it be asking too much why a Western country would leave vaccine manufacturing to an avowed enemy that publicly states that the West must be destroyed? 

Some of the men who sit on the Sharia Board include Taqi Usmani who has said that

“[a]grressive Jihad is lawful even today . . . Its justification cannot be veiled.”  Yussuf al-Qaradawi, who is considered the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, used to sit on Arcapita’s sharia board.  His life’s work is to conquer Europe and America and establish a global caliphate.  In “an October 2010 interview with Al-Jazeera, Qaradawi was asked whether Muslims should try to acquire atomic weapons ‘to terrorize their enemies.’ He replied that such an objective was permissible, saying he was ‘happy’ that Pakistan already possessed such a weapon. According to Qaradawi, the procurement of such agents of mass destruction was in compliance with Koranic verses urging Muslims ‘to terrorize thereby the enemy of God and your enemy.'”

The means for establishing a global caliphate include incremental change in any infidel’s land. First aspects of sharia law are introduced; then the loss of free speech under the guise of blasphemy laws is demanded; there is also an increase in antisemitic acts; furthermore, the status of women is denigrated, with a concomitant acceptance of polygamy.  Even a cursory look at Europe shows that the jihadists’ success is astonishing as one after another European country accepts its dhimmi status under the guise of multicultural tolerance but, of course, springing from an abject fear of what the jihadists will do if they disobey. 

After the stealth introduction of the above, come the more pronounced acts of sharia law, i.e., the murder of apostates and gays and chopping off hands of thieves.

And yet, even with this backdrop, Denmark engages in this dangerous move despite the Danish government acknowledging in August 2016 that the Muslim Brotherhood was “deeply problematic.”  Judith Bergman writes

It takes a minimum of six months for an order of vaccines to be delivered, but, according to the World Health Organization, delivery can also easily take up to two years. Astonishingly, the Danish state has given the Aljomaih group an incredible start by promising to buy all its children’s vaccines from the sheikh for the first 30 months. Only after that will Danish authorities be able to buy their children’s vaccines elsewhere. The Danish government has also promised the Aljomaih group not to create new Danish state vaccine production for the first three years.

When asked whether Danes were in favor or against the sale, 95% were against it. 

Clearly their valid concerns were completely ignored.

And so, Danish consumers are now supposed to trust “a Saudi owned conglomerate, which employs jihadists such as Usmani, which donates heavily to jihadist organizations such as the Muslim Brotherhood, which in turn wants to bring about a caliphate.”

And the Danish government cannot claim ignorance of the ties between the Muslim Brotherhood and Aljomaih since all relevant information is readily available on the internet.

A lame excuse given by the Danish Health Minister is that 600 Danish jobs have now been saved in light of this sale.

Bioterrorism in the form of vaccines has long been of concern to terrorist experts.  For example, “Hezbollah’s infiltration into the pharmaceutical industry illustrates the danger posed by the marriage of terrorism and crime, which arises both from enhanced resources for terrorism, and from the corruption of a legitimate and necessary industry.”

Melissa Hersh writes, “[t]errorists are increasingly exploiting vulnerabilities in our global vaccine systems and denying vaccines for preventable diseases. This terrorism-disease nexus has the potential to not only be a humanitarian crisis in places rife with radicalization, but also [to] serve as a potential source for radicalization to gain a stronger foothold in new recruits.”  Thus, “in violent extremist-occupied areas in Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Somalia, fatwas supporting vaccine bans have been instituted. Suspected bans also exist in parts of Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon and Ethiopia. In effect, violent extremists are using biological warfare against their own people. In some cases radicals have even suggested that children who die or become paralyzed from vaccine bans are to achieve the status of martyrs.” Moreover, “violent extremists, in addition to intentionally denying their populations access to vaccines for preventable diseases, also kill teams of health care workers dedicated to promoting community health.”  

Consequently, “this is not just a potential public health emergency; this is potentially a threat to global security.” As Hersh asserts, “[w]hile one suicide bomber can kill dozens, or even hundreds, of people, and 19 suicide attackers killed more than 3,000 in the 9/11 attacks, should public health and vaccine programs become ineffective due to denial, ignorance or degradation [then] millions may die. Those that live may suffer chronic illnesses, disability and infertility. Attempting to weaken the resolve of ‘the West’ and other alleged ‘apostates’ through the use of such asymmetric tactics, must not be allowed to continue.”

That Denmark should have made it so easy to harm its own citizens is unconscionable.  It is sheer madness whose effects will be easily traced to this dangerous decision on the part of the Danish government.  As Europe continues to acquiesce to jihadist terrorists, bioterrorism will certainly manifest itself in many different varieties.

Eileen can be reached at middlemarch18@gmail.com

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H/t: Paul Nehlen