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Greece: 65-year-old woman dead 30 minutes after AstraZeneca shot

ILION, WEST ATHENS — AstraZeneca crimes against humanity continue as another victim dies in Europe shortly after the shot.

A 65-year-old woman received the first dose of the AstraZeneca viral vector shot at the Ilion Health Centre on or around March 29, according to Skai News in Piraeus, Greece. She waited the customary 20 minutes to ensure there were no immediate side effects.

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Greece: 65-year-old woman dead 30 minutes after AstraZeneca shot

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Papers, Please: Immunity ID Permits Are on the Way

Like it or not, vaccine passports showing that you’ve had the COVID vaccine — and possibly other vaccines in the future — will be the global order of the day if the prime minister of Greece gets his way.

Kyriakos Mitsotakis wants the system up and running with the EU supervising it as soon as possible — and it may not take all that long to implement, as Denmark plans to begin issuing vaccine passports in February 2021, with Sweden not far behind in issuing their own.

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LINK: https://blogs.mercola.com/sites/vitalvotes/archive/2021/02/12/papers-please-immunity-id-permits-are-on-the-way.aspx

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Greece ,“The cradle of democracy” is now its grave (or one of them): under lockdown, Greece will start inoculating health care workers December 27

“For Greeks a blush, for Greece a tear.”
—Lord Byron


Greece will start inoculating health care workers starting December 27.
  It’s pretty well known that whoever refuses loses their job and becomes black listed. That is not said anywhere, but that’s what we all know to be true, and the article I linked to intimates in the end paragraphs health care workers best not refuse the vaccine. 

Greece, a country of 11 million, will give the Pfizer vaccine free.  For now, the government is not saying that it is mandatory, but we are expecting the privacy claim of “no mandates” to be a façade because we likely won’t be able to enter anywhere public without proof of the vax, just the way they require proof from Greeks and foreigners that you took the Covid test 72 hours before entering Greece.

Starting December 21, there will be randomized testing throughout Greece, in neighborhoods everywhere. 

My partner, who is 70, told me that the plan is for those over 65 to receive a phone call and be told when to come in for the shot.   We don’t know what will happen because my partner
is absolutely against vaccines. 

Our second lockdown started November 6 and was supposed to end November 30, but on December 1 it immediately got extended to January 7.

Unless you are an essential worker, if you want to go out of your home you must send the government a request by SMS and wait for them to text back permission to leave.   If you don’t use a phone (which I never do) you can fill out a piece of paper called Extraordinary Movement Permit which you must carry with your ID. See attached.  It shows the 6 grounds on which you may leave your home, one of which is to exercise, although no group exercise allowed and only two people at a time can walk or run together, safely apart of course. 

The other day a man on the island of Lemnos got fined because during his daily walk he was not wearing athletic clothes.   Last March I was out on my daily walk along the sea and stopped to rest on a bench – I was fined 300 euros for not exercising.   

There’s a 5am to 10 pm curfew, and just the other day the curfew In west attica has been restricted further to 6 pm.   Churches cannot congregate, and at least one priest has been arrested. For Christmas 25 people max allowed in standard churches and private gatherings of 9 people per 2 families.

We cannot travel from one region to the next nor from one municipality to the next. 

I know of no lawsuits in Greece challenging any of these
diktats.  And of course there are no protest rallies because you’ll be fined.  To add insult to injury the government is urging everyone not to use internet from 9am to 6pm . 

As in the US, the leaders are liars and cheaters.  Prime Minister Mitsotakis was caught riding his bike up Mt. Parnitha without a mask, not social distancing and out of his region, and later 
his wife was caught escorting Dior House around the Peloponnese

LINK: https://markcrispinmiller.com/2020/12/the-cradle-of-democracy-is-now-its-grave-or-one-of-them-greece-under-lockdown/

Six EU Countries Call for Glyphosate Exit Plan: New Carcinogenicity Study and Focus on Alternatives

From sustainablepulse.com

Sustainable Pulse has been made aware of a letter sent on December 19 by the Ministers of Environment or Agriculture of France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Malta and Greece to the European Commission calling for a new study on the carcinogenic potential of glyphosate and also a study to identify alternatives to the World’s most used herbicide.

The letter was sent to the European Commission by Nicolas Hulot, Minister for ecologic and inclusive transition (France), Denis Ducarme, Federal Minister for Middle classes, SMEs, Agriculture and Social inclusion (Belgium) Carole Dieschbourg, Minister for the Environment (Luxemburg) Josè A. Herrera, Minister for the Environment (Malta) Dejan Zidan, Minister for Agriculture (Slovenia) and Evangelos Apostolo, Minister of Agriculture (Greece).

The letter states;

“The renewal of the authorization of glyphosate for 5 years was voted during the appeal committee of November 27th. While taking note of this vote, we, Ministers of Environment or Agriculture of France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Malta and Greece underline our concerns about the risks associated with the use of products containing this substance. As a matter of fact, a European citizen’s initiative signed by more than one million people called for a ban of this substance.

The European Parliament has expressed its support for the adoption of necessary measures to phase out the active substance glyphosate in the European Union by 15 December 2022 at the latest. The European Parliament also asked for the extension of specific restrictions of use of glyphosate for weeding and pre-harvest desiccation. We wish to recall that our countries are in favor of the ban of these uses, which are the main sources of residues that can be found in food.

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https://sustainablepulse.com/2017/12/28/six-european-countries-call-for-glyphosate-exit-plan-new-carcinogenicity-study-and-focus-on-alternatives/#.WkVpdVWWbIU

What happens to all the Bank bailout money? You’ll be surprized … ‘The Secret Bank Bailout’ German TV Award 2013

Published on Nov 11, 2014

50 billion euros in Greece, 70 billion euros in Ireland, 40 billion euros in Spain – one Euro-country after another is forced to support its banks with huge sums of money in order to equalize the losses incurred by money worldwide from bad loans. But where do the billions go anyway? Who are the beneficiaries? With this simple question the award-winning business journalist and nonfiction author Harald Schumann travels across Europe and gets surprising answers.
The rescued are not in the poorer Euro states – unlike commonly believed – but mainly in Germany and France. A large part of the money ends up with the creditors of the banks that want to be saved or must be saved. And although these investors have obviously made bad investments, they are – against all logic of the free market economy – protected at the expense of the general public against any losses. Why? Who gets the money? Actually, simple questions, but that regard the core of European identity. Maybe the most passionate film on the banking crisis.

We also recommend the second documentary about the Euro-crisis by Arpad Bondy and Harald Schumann, “The Trail of the Troika”. You can watch here on our channel: http://youtu.be/BLB3uu1IXM0

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Diagnosed with Incurable Lung Cancer, Man Outlived His Doctors by Refusing Chemo

More great news on someone who has won over cancer successfully!

“Cancer is the magic word for the medical doctor to trigger his patient’s “need for chemotherapy,” soonest possible, or the deathbed is just nearby.

Incidentally, the word is also a great cause for psychological stress which could throw off the patient’s homeostasis, effectively inducing a chemical imbalance which makes “incurability” a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Fortunately, this was not the case with a Greek war veteran named Stamatis Moraitis, who came to the United States for a treatment of a combat-mangled arm, in 1943, but was diagnosed with an “incurable lung cancer,” one day in 1976….”

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Source: Diagnosed with Incurable Lung Cancer, Man Outlived His Doctors by Refusing Chemo

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Latvia, Greece win opt-out from Monsanto GM crop

By Barbara Lewis

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Monsanto said it would abide by Latvia’s and Greece’s requests under a new EU opt-out law to be excluded from its application to grow a genetically modified (GM) crop across the European Union, but accused them of ignoring science.

Under a law signed in March individual countries can seek exclusion from any approval request for GM cultivation across the EU. While the European Commission is responsible for approvals, requests to be excluded also have to be submitted …. read more