Stephan Ohlrich, president of Bayer’s pharmaceutical division, admitted this week that COVID-19 vaccines are actually “cell and gene therapies” marketed as “vaccines” to gain the public’s trust.
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They tell you not to cry.
They tell you he’s just a dog, not a human.
They tell you it will pass.
They tell you that animals do not know that they must die.
They tell you that the important thing is not to make them suffer.
They tell you that you can get another one.
They tell you it will happen.
They tell you there are more unbearable pains.
But they don’t know how many times you’ve looked your dog in the eye.
They don’t know how many times it was you and your dog that looked in the dark.
They don’t know how many times your dog was the only one by your side.
They don’t know that the only one who hasn’t judged you is your dog.
They don’t know how scared you were the night his moans woke you up.
They don’t know how many times your dog has slept next to you.
They don’t know how much you’ve changed since the dog became a part of your life.
They don’t know how many times you hugged him when he was sick.
They don’t know how many times you pretended not to see when his hair was getting whiter and whiter.
They don’t know how many times you’ve talked to your dog, the only one who really listens to you.
They don’t know how good you were to your dog.
Little do they know that only your dog knew you were in pain.
They don’t know what it’s like to see your old dog trying to come over and say hello.
They don’t know that when things go wrong, the only one who isn’t gone is your dog.
They don’t know that your dog trusts you, every moment of his life, even at the last moment.
They don’t know how much your dog loved you and how little he needed to be happy, because you were enough for him.
They don’t know that crying for a dog is one of the noblest, most meaningful, truest and purest things you can do.
They don’t know about the last time you rocked him hard… being careful not to hurt him.
They don’t know what you felt when you caressed his face in the last moments of his life.
This “scientist” says it’s “directed evolution”.
This Pfizer dude really f’d up this time.
Holy shit!!!!!! This is baaaaad Pfizer!!!!!!
Her name was Lili’uokalani, and she was queen regnant of the Hawaiian Islands. That is, until the United States decided those islands with their beautiful sunsets and amazing beaches were a little too fine to be left to self-rule, and stole them in a coup d’état.
–On This Day in History Shit Went Down: January 17, 1893–
Born in 1838, she became queen in 1891 when her brother died. Then she had the audacity to take a look at this thing called “the Bayonet Constitution,” which had been forced on her brother and her nation in 1887 to give a bunch of power to American and European elites living in Hawaiʻi, and she said, “This is some major fucking bullshit.”
And it was some fucking bullshit. It was named after an implement of death because they threatened to murder her brother if he didn’t adopt it. And it disenfranchised two-thirds of the native Hawaiian population of their right to vote. Lili’uokalani proposed a new constitution that would bring back power to the monarchy and the people by restoring their voting ability. The people were all hey that’s totally awesome please do it.
But the wealthy foreigners and native elites who loved to exploit Hawaiʻi and her people were all hell fucking no. So, they formed a “Committee of Safety,” which was a fancy term for “Protect the Rich People.”
And those loyal to Queen Lili’uokalani responded by forming their own “No, fuck you” committee against said rich people and gave some speeches in the palace square. Then the bad guys said fuck this it’s coup time, and they said hey ‘murica lil’ help and ‘murica was all oh yeah we love to steal places, and gave them the loan of a bunch of Marines and sailors from the USS Boston, which was moored nearby purely by coincidence, I’m sure, to march around and be all intimidating and the royalists were all, well I guess we’re boned and gave up. Queen Lili’uokalani was deposed as monarch on January 17, 1893.
Two years later there was a rebellion to restore her to power, but it failed and Lili’uokalani abdicated her throne in order to save the lives of her supporters who had been sentenced to death. She was sentenced to five years hard labor for the rebellion, but it was commuted to imprisonment in the palace; she received a pardon the following year. Hawaiʻi was annexed by the U.S. in 1898 and became a state in 1959.
And that’s the story of how Americans got a place where they could travel to surf and get skin cancer without needing a passport.
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There’s a reason why the dominators removed the number 13 from everything, calling it bad luck … maybe for them, it is.