VACCINE INJURIES. Millions of people worldwide have suffered adverse reactions from the Covid-19 shots. The #CanWeTalkAboutIt global campaign aims to start a dialogue and break the silence around the Covid-19 vaccine injury and death. The launch event will take place on June 14th 2pm EST and 8pm CET and will be live streamed globally.
Text by Campaign manager: Aga Wilson, Sweden
By providing a safe space for those who were injured to share their stories, get support and have their voices heard we will create awareness among the general public that the COVID-19 vaccine injuries are real and not rare.
The denial and silence around the Covid-19 vaccine injury threaten the rights to informed consent and bodily autonomy. These basic human rights should be upheld by all democratic governments to protect all citizens, yet we are witnessing a worldwide failure by governments, media and the medical establishment.
Grass root organizations globally have identified large numbers of COVID-19 vaccine injuries that are not reported by the media. These numbers are likely an underestimate. Even before COVID, only 1% of vaccine injuries were known to be reported. Many doctors do not have enough knowledge to link illness, injuries, and adverse reactions to the shots.
There is also pressure for doctors to not report events – the medical establishment severely discourages speaking against vaccination for fear of increasing vaccine hesitancy. Citizens also lack the information and knowledge necessary to determine when illness is caused by vaccines.
The Covid 19 Vaccine Injured are Walking Among Us
The US Vaccine Adverse Events Report System (VAERS) currently shows a total of 1,134,984 reports of adverse events and 24,402 deaths.
The European adverse event reporting system has recorded over 1.4 million adverse reactions.
Over a 100,000 adverse reactions reported in Sweden, including over 300 deaths.
These numbers are growing rapidly and we are yet to witness the long term effects that have not been studied properly yet. Our campaign aims to raise these issues and get people to think twice before taking the shot.
We will kick off the global social media campaign together worldwide on June 14th 2pm EST and 8pm CET. To register to the live or in person event and participate, and for more information, please visit Canwetalkaboutit.org
Every donation will support global organizations working on projects related to research on Covid-19 vaccine injuries, health solutions for those injured, and lawful processes that lead to compensation for victims.
Text by campaign manager: Aga Wilson, Sweden
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