The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s heading up to about nine billion. Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that [the world population] by 10 or 15 percent.
Here's my question, it's a rhetorical question: Why would i take a vaccine for my health, which is financed and produced by someone who wants to decrease the world population?
Dr. Vladimir Zelenko - Board Certified in Family Medicine and is the medical director at Monsey Family Medical Center.
- Sweden and Florida excess mortality proves lockdowns were complete failures
- Lockdowns failed to stop spread or protect the elderly
- Lockdowns pushed 130M people around the world into abject poverty
- 400,000 new deaths from Tuberculosis because of diversion of resources
- Tens of millions more babies dying of malaria because lockdowns effect on supply chains
- Half of the 650,000 Americans who have cancer skipped their chemotherapy during Spring 2020
- About half of heart attack and stroke patients did not call an ambulance because they were afraid to go into a medical facility
- About two thirds to three fourths of cancer screenings were not done
- 85% of living organ transplants were not done
- 300,000 cases of child abuse went unreported in Spring 2020 because school shutdowns
- Severe child abuse emergency room cases went up 35%
- 1 out of 4 American college age kids now have suicidal thoughts
- 300% increase for American teenage incidents of self-harm
- 200% to 300% increase for young people with anxiety and depression
- 52% of American college age kids gained an unwanted 28 pounds in 2020
No one is allowed to market a product that is not yet licensed. There is no licensed vaccine available currently. It is all with emergency use authorization.
Yet, if you are against mandates - you are an "anti-vaxxer".
Currently the definition of the term "anti-vaxxer" includes anybody who is opposed to mandated administration of an experimental medical product.
Dr. Robert Malone - a known vaccine scientist who pioneered the mRNA vaccine technology that is used in COVID vaccines today.