n easy-to-read leaflet that explains why children and young people don’t need the Covid-19 injections. Based on PANDA’s All Risk, Zero Benefit document.
In this Twitter Space interview, Neil Oliver and Nick Hudson connected with Efrat Fenigson and Gal.G about everything Covid – from our concern for the children, truths uncovered and narratives all the way to finding the right balance.
One of a letter series written to Northern Ireland School Boards questioning their response to various aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic as it relates to the children in their care.
One of a series of letters written to Northern Ireland School Boards questioning their response to various aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic as it relates to the children in their care.
On 18 October 2021, the Western Cape Government sent a circular detailing the arrangements surrounding the South African vaccine rollout to 12-17 year olds. This is PANDA’s response.
Letter to the Lebanese Minister of Public Health Mr Firas Abiad to protect children and young people in Lebanon from the COVID-19 response
I write to you to share my deep concerns. As a public health professional, a psychologist and an educator, it is clear to me that children and young people, although practically unaffected by the virus, have been the biggest victims of the response.
Una aguja en cada brazo parece ser la directiva global. Inyectar a los ancianos y a los jóvenes; los enfermos y los sanos; los recuperados y los inmuno-negativos.
A professor of Computer Science and Technology sent a well referenced letter to authorities in India, as most schools remain closed.
Just like lockdowns, a needle in every arm is another strategy that ignores demographic, geographic and immunological differences is being forced on the entire population without a risk-benefit analysis for the individual or a cost-benefit analysis for society.
Toronto Business Journal with Dr. Peter McCullough – The Vaccine as the Manifest Destiny of the Pandemic
Dr. McCullough discusses a multitude of topics highly relevant to the thrusting of the experimental gene therapy injections onto our world’s population: moral authority, political and financial conflicts of interest among those making policy and the need for truly independent committees and assessments, spike protein toxicity, public health’s abject failure to manage early infection with well-known, safe and reliable treatments likely leading to hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths.
Dr. McCullough conscientiously and knowledgeably illustrates how “the dream to get a needle in every arm” may not only be highly inadvisable, but actually a nightmare for increasing numbers of us, unless we act now.”