Can you tell who is telling Facts & who is telling Fake News? Better learn fast – Your life will depend on it.

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Videos of Dr. Carrie Madej warning people of the threats of Covid-19 Vaccines have appeared all over the Internet. She talks about unique identifiers and Nanoparticles being added to these Vaccines. She alleges that they will be injected in our bodies to control us and our civil liberties.

The BBC, historically known for being a highly respected and globally recognized news institution but one which has in recent years been accused of being the mouth-peace of the “establishment”, claims in a post that Dr Madej’s claims are false.

Watch Dr. Madej’s video below, side by side with the BBC article debunking her claims calling them false, and ask yourself:

Can you tell who is telling Facts and who is telling Fake News? Would you want to risk your life if your answer is wrong?

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Also ask yourself about the media hysteria on how “amazing” the positive news on the Covid-19 Vaccines in recent days.

Ponder the 90% and above efficacy reports the media reports without a single one of them reporting on the history of Pfizer and its rap sheet which Survivability News reported on a few days ago.

Watch, read and decide for yourself. Your life does depend on it.

 

 

 

BBC Report Debunking Dr. Madej claims on impact on DNA

First, a video containing inaccurate claims about coronavirus vaccine trials, made by osteopath Carrie Madej, that has proved popular on social media.

Carrie Madej’s video makes a false claim that the vaccines will change recipients’ DNA (which carries genetic information).

“The Covid-19 vaccines are designed to make us into genetically modified organisms.”

Screenshot of the video with Carrie Madej, who is talking into a camera about vaccines. We labelled the video "false"

She also claims – without any evidence – that vaccines will “hook us all up to an artificial intelligence interface.

Carrie Madej makes a number of other false claims, including that vaccine trials are “not following any sound scientific protocol to make sure this is safe”.

“New vaccines undergo rigorous safety checks before they can be recommended for widespread use,” says Michelle Roberts, BBC online health editor.

We have asked Carrie Madej for comment about these claims, but have received no response at the time of publication.

Source: BBC report

 


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