It may take more than 10 years for someone injured by a COVID-19 vaccine to receive a decision on whether their claim is eligible for compensation by the government’s vaccine compensation program—if they receive a response at all.
U.S. health officials responded to questions on America’s failing vaccine injury compensation system in a hearing that left the vaccine-injured feeling like addressing the system’s shortcomings is not a priority on Capitol Hill.
NHS waiting lists for heart care have doubled in less than three years with hundreds of thousands facing delays that can cost lives, MPs will hear today…
Trista graduated from Broken Arrow High School in 2022. That summer she was promoted to a management position at her local Braum’s. She was an active girl who walked her dogs and worked out with her older sister. Trista planned to go to college and her parents said she had a heart for helping others.
The dreams on Trista’s bucket list will never come true. She died on Nov. 9, 2022. This was 12 days after her parents believe she got her second COVID vaccine. They found her vaccination card from her first appointment in her purse after she died. It showed she received the first Pfizer shot on July 20, 2022. Her parents had no idea she had gotten the shot.
In a February 15 open letter, American Life League President Jodie Brown questioned how NAACP Derrick Johnson can claim to be against racism while supporting legal abortion, which has killed over 20 million black babies since Roe v. Wade was enacted.
‘I think it’s irresponsible and untrue honestly to claim that MAID has anything to do with suicide,’ Liberal MP Annie Koutrakis told MPs. As a member of the special MAID committee, she also claimed no witness testimony referred to the procedure as suicide.
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Bloc leader Yves-Francois Blanchet wants Quebeckers enabled to authorize their medically-assisted death before they lose their faculties, but Prime Minister Trudeau says he can’t jump the gun.
In an exchange with Trudeau on the floor of the House of Commons, Blanchet said the government should allow Quebec to introduce and oversee its own assisted dying program because if the Conservatives win the next election, they will scrap the Trudeau government’s assisted dying policy for the mentally ill.
“They will never pass MAiD, the Conservatives, so this prime minister, does he realize that he’s acting as if he’s afraid of the religious right?” asked Blanchet in French.
Trudeau, the MP for Papineau in the Montreal area, replied: “A Conservative government would be a threat to rights and freedoms. That said, when it comes to medical assistance in dying, it is a difficult and personal decision. We need to ensure that we are protecting the most vulnerable. We also need to ensure that we are protecting fundamental rights and freedoms. So, when it comes to mental illness and minors, we will continue to reflect on the matter, we will continue to thoroughly study the matter before moving forward.”
There are growing fears that one of India’s iconic large birds, the great Indian bustard, is about to go extinct due to the growth of electric transmission lines in its home area of the Thar desert. Prioritising wind and solar power has led to a growth of transmission lines with the effect that the numbers of birds could have dropped to 150. This is just the latest evidence that industrialising large areas of wildlife habitat is causing worrying losses to the population of large raptors and birds, bats and whales. Last October, the Daily Sceptic reported that wind farms in Tasmania have reduced the population of the endangered local wedge-tailed eagle to around 1,000 individuals. Large numbers of whales have beached along the U.S. east coast in recent years as offshore wind farm industrialisation has disrupted the migration, mating and feeding habits of some of the most endangered whale species in the world.
The world was thrown into chaos when a new virus, Covid-19, was declared a pandemic by the government. Fear propaganda was broadcast non-stop on television and radio, all paid for by the government and they used the pandemic as an excuse to pass laws that restricted civil liberties and bribed the public with furlough payments to not go to work.
As the pandemic progressed, the government’s true motives were revealed, as they were found to be putting vulnerable individuals into end-of-life care and administering a drug called midazolam to kill them, while lying to the public by claiming that their deaths were due to the virus.
The consequences of vaccination were also revealed as it was not a vaccine, but an experimental gene therapy that had never been used on humans before; and not without good reason.
Tragically, as things began to settle, the true consequences of the Covid-19 injection roll-out were realised.
HERE in the West we Christians get ourselves hot and bothered about such matters of concern as whether we should attend same-sex weddings, women in leadership positions or the type of worship music we use. Elsewhere in the world church life is dominated by different concerns. In Nigeria, a member of the Commonwealth and the country with the largest mixed Christian/Muslim population in the world, the main concern of Christians is how to avoid being murdered for their faith.
At least 52,000 Christians have been killed in Nigeria since 2009, reports the International Society for Human Rights and the Rule of Law (Intersociety). Seventeen Christians a day were murdered for reasons related to their faith during the first half of 2020. According to Intersociety, roughly five million Christians have been displaced and forced into Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps within Nigeria and refugee camps at regional and sub-regional borders.
The church in Nigeria is facing what many there describe as a genocide. Open Doors records that more than 365million Christians in the world, that is one in seven, faced high levels of persecution for their faith as of late 2023. Amongst these, Nigeria accounts for almost 90 per cent of all Christians martyred for their faith worldwide. In their latest report, Aid to the Church in Need indicated that more than 7,600 Nigerians had been murdered because they were Christians between January 2021 and June 2022.