In this Issue:
- The Conflicting Narratives of COVID-19
- Will a COVID-19 Vaccine Save Us?
- COVID-19: Should We Be Afraid?
- Pandemic Times – Resources and Helpful Information to Consider
- In the News
The Conflicting Narratives of COVID-19
As more and more information pours in from around the world, what’s become crystal clear is that there are two conflicting narratives informing us about the ‘pandemic’. The dominant mainstream narrative wants us to believe that covid-19 poses extreme health risks to individuals and all of society – that extreme measures are needed to stop the virus from proliferating – that the risk of death is very high and requires draconian measures to win this viral battle and that we must all wait patiently in isolation until a vaccine is developed before the lock down is lifted. Fear of covid apparently justifies the shut down of society and with it the economy we
all depend on for survival. Read the full article here.
Will a COVID-19 Vaccine Save Us?
Given the fear surrounding the ‘novel’ coronavirus, there is strong interest in a vaccine. This is not surprising given the medical industry’s insistence that a vaccine is the only public health measure that can save us from this infection. Thus, the question needs to be asked – Would a COVID 19 vaccine save us? Read the full article here.
COVID 19: Should We Be Afraid?
The World Health Organizations and mainstream media would have us believe that we are facing the biggest threat to humanity in our lifetime. Predictions of wide-spread infection with high rates of mortality have convinced most governments that drastic measures are needed to save us from certain peril. Read the full article here.
Pandemic Times – Resources and Helpful Information to Consider
Compiled for Vaccine Choice Canada by Edda West Read the full article here.
In the News
In Memoriam – Dr. Toni Lynn Bark
Denial of Adverse Events – Ken Stoller MD
CHD Brief to European Court of Human Rights against mandatory vaccine laws
Former CDC head cashes in at Merck
Appeal to Trump to protect religious freedom to refuse vaccines signed by religious leaders
The real risks of the 6 in 1 “Hexavalent” vaccines the medical system doesn’t want you to know about
Facts Every parent should Know – CHD
Autism 27 years later – what have we learned? By Teresa Conrick
Peter Doshi – BMJ critique of Africa experiment w new malaria vaccine
WHO experimenting on African children by Jeremy Hammond
See our COVID-19 Page for all of the March COVID-19 News!
Warriors arise when the people need protection.
We are part of a noble tradition who, in every age, devote themselves to protecting and serving others.
It requires enormous courage to take a stand these days.
We can expect to be misunderstood and victimized for our good efforts.
In this climate of careless fear mongering, we have to be prepared for unjust and possibly insane reactions to our work.
Warriors for the Human Spirit are awake human beings who have chosen not to flee.
In this time of rising insanity, work that engages our better human qualities is a gift we can offer to others.
How wonderful to have the chance to engage together in doing good work, no matter what is going on around us.
excerpts from Who Do We Choose to Be? by Margaret Wheatley