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NO DEMOCRACY TO BE SEEN HERE EH..  NATIONAL WILL NOT EVEN ACCEPT EMAILS  FROM ME, THEY BOUNCE BACK AS UNDELIVERABLE…. ANY TAKERS AT ALL IN PARLIAMENT? OR IS THERE NO DEMOCRACY HERE…. TOTAL DENIAL EH… GOOD ONE, OR ARE YOU ALL A USELESS PACK OF PIMPLES ON EITHER SIDE OF A CHEEK OF THE SAME ARSE? WHAT ARE YOU PLANNING TO DO TO US WHEN WE DON’T COMPLY WITH THE WHO’S NEXT PLANDEMIC?

.PROTESTS ACROSS JAPAN RALLY AGAINST WHO PANDEMIC TREATY

APRIL 13, 2024, WILL BE REMEMBERED AS A PIVOTAL DAY IN MODERN JAPANESE HISTORY, AS TENS OF THOUSANDS OF CITIZENS TOOK TO THE STREETS IN A NATIONWIDE SERIES OF RALLIES PROTESTING AGAINST THE PANDEMIC TREATY.

That’s according to a former pharmaceutical executive turned Big Pharma critic and whistleblower known as ‘aussie17‘ on X (Twitter).

From bustling city streets to central parks, the scale of participation underscored widespread opposition to what many perceive as a move towards a totalitarian surveillance society under the guise of ‘infectious disease’ and ‘public health’ concerns.

Organisers aimed for a monumental turnout of 100,000 protesters, demanding answers on critical issues such as the surge in excess deaths and the lack of transparency surrounding vaccination side effects. The demonstrations voiced not only resistance to potential mandatory vaccinations but also concerns about the perceived overreach of health authorities and their connections with global pharmaceutical interests.

Eminent speakers like Professor Masayasu Inoue and modern history researcher Chikatsu Hayashi delivered impassioned speeches, exposing troubling dynamics between global health authorities and pharmaceutical agendas. Professor Inoue warned against the introduction of genetic vaccines, citing the influence of pharmaceutical giants and private interests on global health policy. Meanwhile, Professor Hayashi rallied against global totalitarianism, urging resistance to encroachments on Japan’s sovereignty and citizen well-being.

The protests on April 13 were not merely against a treaty but represented a stand against a future where health becomes a tool for control and surveillance, wrote Aussie17 on his/her substack. The massive turnout signified a crucial moment in Japan’s civic engagement, calling for autonomy, transparency, and a reevaluation of global health governance.

Donna.

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    • The event has been reported on private blogs, for example, https://politicom.com.au/massive-protests-break-out-japan-in-opposition-to-whos-proposed-pandemic-treaty-video/
      but nothing on the mainstream media outlets (as you would expect).

      Any Japanese person would be able to search for “Professor Masayasu Inoue” and other key words, and find these websites, but the reader would have to be motivated to do their own research.

      Since Japanese societal control tends to be from the bottom up (rather than from the top down as in the West), the people will tend not to appreciate Big Government ordering them around.

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      • I seem to recall you recently stating that the Japanese hoi polloi have an inherent distrust of their government as a result of the lead up to the disaster that was WW2.

        Their scepticism is healthy compared with the way too many Kiwis regard their government as a paternal fount of all that is good.

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        • The main difference is that the Japanese people have experienced being led to disaster by their government, whereas the New Zealand people were led to victory by their government in two world wars.
          (This was 80-some years ago, and a lot has changed since then, but memories linger.)

          At the grass-roots level, much social control in Japan is from the local community and family.
          See this scene when Saigo-san is drafted (Letters from Iwo Jima) where the draft board man is backed up by local women who are members of the “Patriotic Housewives Association.”
          Saigo has no choice but to (with a leavy heart) accept the draft papers. To refuse would have resulted in a bad outcome for both himself and his wife.
          Ref: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7k4_8p4mT-I

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          • …..”a lot has changed since then, but memories linger”……

            Very true. Time has made the attitudes cultural rather than personal. It has given victory from defeat & defeat from victory respectively.

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          • I cannot fathom how any Kiwi with more than two brain cells could consider the Ardern/Robbers Son Govt anything but a disaster implemented by the evil Labour/Green/Maori axis of evil, but then close to 50 % voted them back in, then voter regret set in and turfed them out. Hope the memory lingers for decades.

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  1. New Zealanders will comply with the next pandemic because they are sheep. The next pandemic will be so much worse with people dropping dead en masse. The fear will drive the sheep to compliance, have no doubt.

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  2. It would seem the Japanese people are more aware of the studies that have come out from their own scientists?
    Some of us are aware of other Japanese Doctors pointing out their concerns, like how early on they found that Spike Protein from the vaxx did not stay in the deltoid muscle, and had been found in reproductive organs.

    Posted this yesterday on HYS

    Japan data
    https://youtu.be/onww2X-ecfg
    18 minutes : 14th April 2024 : Dr. John Campbell

    Increased Age-Adjusted Cancer Mortality After the Third mRNA-Lipid Nanoparticle Vaccine Dose During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Japan

    With the conclusions of that paper written up if you click “more” on the Utube link.

    It would seem that those Japanese Doctors, Professors, who spoke out were not sanctioned by some higher authority.
    Maybe ignored? but could still continue with their research & studies & the raw data available??
    To monitor, research, analyse, a duty of care, to their citizens

    An “Honest Injun” who could speak out plus have available transparent government data. ? ? 🙂

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  3. We live in the post truth age now where nobody can be trusted and the Internet is literally filled with lies which are backed up with extremely convincing and well constructed visual propaganda.

    I’m totally against the WHO being able to dictate to sovereign nations how to behave. That for me is a given.

    But the ‘Breaking News’ banner on the first image clearly says ‘Aussie17.com’ – which either doesn’t exist (or has been taken down, who knows?)

    Various searches led me to this site:

    https://www.techarp.com/facts/japanese-protest-pandemic-treaty/?amp=1

    Here it is claimed that the photos are actually from a 2016 demonstration in Japan against security legislation. They claim that there was a demonstration against the WHO on April 13th, but various estimates range from hundreds to or maybe a few thousand and nowhere near 100,000 people.

    I searched for Chikatsu Hayashi and although I only found one ‘news’ link attached to that name, the story seemed to back up the report from ‘Aussie17’ af a huge demonstration against the WHO.

    https://thejewishvoice.com/2024/04/thousands-protest-who-pandemic-treaty-and-forced-vaccines-in-japan/

    Who (pun not intended) to believe? Soon Artificial Intelligence will be creating our reality for us and we won’t have to worry about the concept of truth anymore.

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