Our planet has been transformed in extraordinary ways amid the pandemic era. Lockdowns destroyed countless independent businesses while major corporations acquired obscene amounts of wealth. Family members were denied proper goodbyes with dying loved ones due to inhumane hospital restrictions. Children had to wear oxygen-depriving face masks at school for eight hours a day. Billions were coerced or threatened to take an experimental form of gene therapy. Most countries responded to the alleged virus in unified lockstep. However, a few defiant leaders opposed these measures. These dissidents conveniently died and were replaced with obedient figureheads.
Japan’s longest-serving Prime Minister urged the public not to discriminate against those who chose to remain unvaccinated. Simultaneously, he refused to mandate the injection and felt individuals should have freedom of choice regarding personal medical decisions. Abe made global headlines after executives announced anomalous metals had been discovered inside Moderna batches. More than 1.6 million doses were immediately suspended. The move prompted many consumers to cancel vaccination appointments and triggered an investigation by European drug regulators. During a recent parliamentary election campaign, Abe was executed by a lone shooter. Japan has some of the strictest gun laws in the world.
This Caribbean president declined offers for ‘free’ SARS-CoV-2 immunizations despite the immense pushback from World Health Organization agents. Rather than using pharmaceuticals, he encouraged natural remedies such as ginger root. On the evening of July 7, 2021, Moïse was shot and killed by a group of men in his highly secured Port-au-Prince home. Pentagon officials later admitted they trained seven of the assailants involved in the brutal attack. In the months leading up to his death, Moïse told several confidants he believed assassins would soon take his life. With their political opposition eliminated, the United States government began distributing COVID vaccines throughout Haiti.