The People's Voice
with Shabnam Palesa Mohamed
Sunday 25 April 2021

COURAGEOUS DOCTORS MAKE AN URGENT CALL TO PROTECT PATIENTS AND STOP THE INJECTION (VACCINE) TRIAL IN SOUTH AFRICA

In a groundbreaking episode of The People's Voice, 3 compassionate, courageous doctors (Dr Nathi Mdladla, Dr EV Rapiti and Dr Ivan Jardine) call for a stop to the injection (vaccine) trial rollout in SA. Find out why when they discuss:

  • Proper and improper informed consent in relation to injections (vaccines)

  • What the injections (vaccines) are, adverse effects, and long term risks

  • Toxic ingredients (including PEG and PS80), and anaphylactic shock

  • Adverse effects censorship, including blindness to a South African nurse

  • There is no credible, transparent, well-publicised injury reporting system

  • Big Pharma indemnity for injections injury, and who should be paying

  • Medical apartheid being created between HCWs and in civil society

  • The dangers of the bio surveilance injection passport (dompass)

  • The need for health care workers to unite and remember the oath

  • The need for treatments such as safe, effective, and cheap Ivermectin

  • The importance of not giving into fear, but staying united for health

In a 60 minute broadcast (with technical issues in the first few minutes), they make an overwhelming argument that the benefits of these injections do NOT outweigh the risks. Please share this broadcast with everyone, to save health and lives.

Watch:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/salaamedia/videos/467990651081936/

Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/ja1TOvdWKPF4/

Youtube: Banned

Twitter: https://www.pscp.tv/w/c1R3zzFlZFFuQUJXa3pCRW98MVprS3pla2dtV3J4dnAtQzeucIyI3QakczF2oMk2xOwH5orYSd8487otY2eh?s=09


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