Young, sudden post-injection deaths continue, while Ukraine distraction propaganda has a Nazi problem
March 20, 2022
Once upon a time in the United States, like two years, when little kids died in their sleep for no apparent reason, it was national news. But today it’s just normal and glossed over by cable and network news. Thanks Ukraine.
Logan Gagnier was a normal, healthy 9-year-old boy from Eagle Mountain, Utah. He loved Oreo cookies, Doritos, BYU football and Utah Jazz basketball. He played football and basketball himself.
Logan was hanging out with his grandparents on Friday, March 11. He returned home and went to sleep later that night. The next morning, Saturday, March 12, the family was worried when he was very late to wake up and emerge from his room. Logan’s older sister went to check on him, only to find him unresponsive in his bed. He had been dead for hours, according to his father, Garth Gagnier.
Here is a report from KSL News in Salt Lake City.
Of course the so-called journalists skipped the most important question in these times when kids are dying unexpectedly at very disturbing rates. KSL-TV is owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
(“Mormon Church”). Said church publicly and vehemently forbids religious exemptions from the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections
. The Mormon Church also owns nearly $650 million in Johnson & Johnson stock, and $1 billion each of Google, Apple and Microsoft stock.
Granted there are inherent health and safety hazards working in the pornography industry. That said, 24-year-old Angelina Please was dead for five days before being discovered in a Las Vegas apartment on March 15. The body had already started decomposing, according to reports. Please, a “transgender” pornography performer, used meth and other drugs
. Mainstream media appear to be blaming the death on drugs. But as we’ve reported numerous times
, 92% of self-identified “LGBT” adherents in the U.S. had received at least one injection by August 2021. They are by far the most loyal vaxx zealots
Dr. SaraBeth Hartlage.
Another young doctor, and extreme vaxx zealot, died this past week. Dr. SaraBeth Hartlage was the 36-year-old associate medical director for the Louisville (Kentucky) Department of Health. She had held the position since September 2020. Dr. Hartlage was essentially the Fauci of Louisville. She told WLKY-TV in November that she got her 6-year-old daughter injected
, despite the child having congenital heart issues
. Dr. Hartlage even had a website dedicated to her daughter’s struggles
Dr. Hartlage’s March 17 death was described as “sudden and unexpected.” Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer tweeted, among other things, “we are so grateful for the opportunity to have known and worked with [Dr. Hartlage]. As a result of her leadership, knowledge and planning, thousands of our Louisville residents received life-saving COVID-19 vaccines.”
Ms. Lisa Ngunda was a 24-year-old Tanzanian sophomore at Cornell University.
Ms. Lisa Ngunda.
She worked late on a group project on March 12. The group adjourned for the night and agreed to meet up the next morning to finish the project. But Ms. Ngunda didn’t show up. The other students went knocking on her door. There was no answer. Administrators unlocked the door and found Ms. Ngunda dead in her bed
. She is at least the fourth
Cornell student to die
unexpectedly since 2021
. Cornell University has a booster mandate
for all students and staff.
Mrs. Cora Faith Walker.
Mrs. Cora Faith Walker was a former Missouri state legislator until 2019. She resigned her position and became chief policy director
for St. Louis County Executive Sam Page. She held that position until one week ago.
Mrs. Walker wished St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones a happy birthday via Twitter on March 10 at 9:44 a.m.
KMOV 4 in St. Louis reported that Mrs. Walker joined the mayor and friends that day at a local events center
for the birthday party. The next morning, March 11, an ambulance was called to the Live! by Loews hotel at 8:58 a.m. Mrs. Walker had apparently collapsed or never woke up from her night’s sleep. She was rushed to the hospital, but pronounced dead less than an hour later. KSDK reported that Mrs. Walker “died unexpectedly
” of cardiac arrest.
She was a dedicated vaxx zealot.
Of course none of the foregoing stories received much national attention, except maybe Mrs. Walker. Instead mainstream news promoted the following video, that you can watch for yourself.
New York City’s “no jab, no prom
” policy for high school students ensures that these sudden, unexpected deaths of young people will only accelerate as the year progresses. The good news is that Ukraine propaganda is keeping everyone distracted, divided and even united in some circumstances.
Ukraine: Nazi capital of the world
The latest Ukraine propaganda falls into the “don’t know whether to laugh or cry” category. The Toronto Star published an article yesterday
that talks about “a link found between vaccine resistance and sympathy for Russia.”
In other news, the New York Times
admitted last week that the “Hunter Biden laptop
” story from the 2020 Election cycle was real. The Times
also admitted, among other things, that Joe Biden did meet with executives from Ukrainian gas company Burisma in 2015. It’s a long, tangled story
involving the Bidens, Donald Trump, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and a Ukrainian oil and gas company. It raises more questions regarding both the current state of affairs in Ukraine and a coordinated effort by mainstream media to discredit the Hunter Biden story to ensure Trump lost the election. But there’s yet another issue raising very serious questions about this whole Ukraine agenda.
Russia co-sponsored United Nations Resolution 75/169
. It is entitled “Combating glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to fueling contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance.” The Resolution passed overwhelmingly and was adopted on December 16, 2020. Only two countries voted against the Resolution – The United States and Ukraine
. There were 130 yays, with 51 countries, including Australia, all of the E.U. and Canada, abstaining from voting. This has been a pattern for many years.
The U.N. voted on a similar resolution in December 2021. Here’s the video footage of the vote.
Below is a map of the vote on a similar U.N. Resolution in November 2018.
Canada, along with the United States, Ukraine and Palau, voted no on the Resolution
in 2014. This blogger had never heard of Palau until this moment. It’s a kind of, sort of U.S. territory
(island) located between the Philippines and Guam. Some argue that Russia is only against Nazis and neo-Nazis because said position gives Russia an excuse to attack pro-Nazi countries
like the Baltic States and Ukraine. Further, it’s clear that the Western world is supportive and/or indifferent about Nazis and neo-Nazis, while simultaneously bowing to Israel. But prior to February 2022, mainstream media narratives left little doubt about the who and what of Ukraine.
Ukraine Nazi headlinesNewsweek published an article
on December 27, 2018 entitled “Ukraine Makes Birthday of Nazi Collaborator a National Holiday and Bans Book Critical of Anti-Semitic Leader.” The article is about Stepan Bandera, a Ukrainian Nazi militia leader who fought with the German army
against the Soviet Union during World War II.The Times of Israel published an article
on April 30, 2018 entitled “Nazi symbols, salutes on display at Ukrainian nationalist march.” NBC News, on September 9, 2014, published photos of Ukrainian soldiers with Nazi symbols on their helmets
magazine reported on January 15, 2022 that the CIA trains and arms neo-Nazi terrorists
in Ukraine.The Week
magazine in the U.K. reported on March 2, 2018 that Britons were moving to Ukraine to join neo-Nazi militias
. A Ukrainian human rights organization wrote on April 23, 2018 that Ukrainian neo-Nazi vigilantes burned down a camp
in Kyiv occupied by Roma families
We could keep going. But the foregoing exemplars are more than enough to make the point.
Zelenskyy Nazi symbols
President Zelenskyy directly addressed the U.S. Congress last week
. He successfully begged for an additional $800 million in U.S. taxpayer funds, in addition to the $13.8 billion
that they’ve already received from U.S. taxpayers. Many Republicans are demanding the U.S. send even more money to Ukraine
. The t-shirt Zelenskyy wore during the address
received some attention.
The Iron Cross symbol was first used as a military award
in the German Kingdom of Prussia on March 10, 1813. Adolf Hitler added a swastika to the center of the cross in 1939. Hitler awarded over four million German military personnel with the Nazi Iron Cross.
One of the two versions of the Nazi Iron Cross awarded by Adolf Hitler to German soldiers during World War II.
Germany outlawed public displays of swastikas in 1957. The West German government “de-Nazified” all the Iron Cross awards by removing the swastikas and reissuing them
. Thus the Iron Cross is/was a Nazi symbol. But neo-Nazi sympathizers around the world dismiss Zalenskyy’s t-shirt as “the logo of a skateboard company.” Even ultra-liberal Snopes said the Iron Cross is not a Nazi symbol
. Note that the Iron Cross is also the official symbol of the Ukraine military
U.S. right wingers are typically sympathetic or indifferent about Nazis. But the t-shirt debacle could have been a disaster for the powers-that-be, in trying to keep the left wingers loyal to the Ukraine narrative. Mainstream media were proactive and started the damage control propaganda a week before the Zelenskyy Congressional speech. They re-circulated a 2014 video of former actor Zelenskyy, featuring him wearing high heels and dancing with a bunch of homosexual-looking dudes.
Zelenskyy’s acting experience made him attractive to the World Economic Forum
and The Great Reset agenda
. It’s just more proof that the whole world is a stage
So the U.S. loves Nazis?
Whether we like it or not, Nazism is Americana. It’s deeply-ingrained in U.S. culture
. It’s the cool choice for young, “alt-right” kids while the KKK is old and obsolete. The FBI first reported in 2006
that many U.S. police forces and U.S. military are overrun with neo-Nazis and other right-wing extremist groups. And it’s only gotten worse
since that time
. Note that the United States refused to sign the anti-Nazi U.N. Resolutions during the Obama, Trump and Biden Administrations. It’s not a partisan thing.
Granted Nobel Peace Prizes mean nothing. President Obama won the award in 2009
. Then he proceeded to invade and completely destroy at least three countries. Adolf Hitler was once nominated for the award
. The nomination was eventually withdrawn and dismissed as a joke
. But the whole charade just proved how fake and phony the Nobel Peace Prize truly is.
We’ve written at least one article similar in each of the last 3-4 weeks. Most of the engagements are about the Ukraine propaganda, not the 3-5 victims of the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections. That means the propaganda is working, even on websites like this. U.S. right wingers sympathize with both Ukraine (because of the Nazi factor) and Russia. Liberals love Ukraine because 1) Russia equals Trump, 2) Biden tells them too, and 3) Zelenskyy wears stilettos. It’s the absolute perfect propaganda mix to ensure vaccine carnage is never a lead story on cable and network news.
There are obviously a lot of Great Reset moves happening with all the Ukraine stuff. But by the end of this year, at this rate, the United States will be visibly less populated. The empty streets of New York, Dallas, San Francisco, etc. during the March 2020 lock down were eerie. But we haven’t seen anything yet. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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