Sky News Is a Disgrace To Try and Cover Up a C0VID Vaxxine Death, by Claiming the Poor Guy Died of C0VID
Sky News is a disgrace to try and cover up a Covid vaccine death, by claiming the poor guy died of Covid.
Newscorp, for over a decade have been paid, over $600 million pa by big Pharma, to push, promote, cover up vaccine death & injuries.
No jab no pay, no jab no play, were all Newscorp initiatives, we’ll before the world’s deadliest vax in Covid jabs come to market.
Should mainstream media be fined every time they publish knowingly false propaganda & worse fail to disclose they are paid to cover up vaccine death & injury.
I even wrote about it in my book, “The Great Vaccine Con” in 2016, that this is how this fraudulent industry works &that they would bring in mandated vaccines to surpass $100 billion pa in sales, up from just $169 million pa in 1986, and just $5 billion in 2002.
Friends and family left shocked by death of double vaccinated 23-year-old with no underlying medical conditions
Tributes are flowing for 23-year-old James Kondilios who died after he tested positive for COVID-19. The powerlifter was double vaccinated and had no underlying health conditions.
The Greek-Australian community is in shock following the death of James Kondilios, a fit and healthy 23-year-old.
The young powerlifter and science graduate was double vaccinated and did not have any underlying health conditions when he tested positive for COVID-19.
Mr Kondilios died at Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital where he had been receiving treatment following severe complications with the virus.
James Kondilios, 23, died from COVID-19 despite being double vaccinated and having no underlying health conditions.
Tributes have flowed for the 23-year-old with Stephen Ma, a friend of Mr Kondilios, left devastated by the death of his “dear brother”.
“I am so regretting that I didn’t take more photos with you, I am so regretting that I should hug you even harder when last time we saw each other,” he wrote in a social media post.
“We have been through a wonderful journey, and I want to show my best appreciation and respect to you for standing by me bro.
“It’s going to take a long time, I feel so lucky I was to have you in my life, even if it was not for as long as we would have liked.”
Mr Kondilios grew up in Sydney, attended Waverley College and in 2015 represented Australia at the Power Lifting World Championships where he won a bronze medal.
The family and friends of Mr Kondilios, 23, have been left devastated and have warned it is a reminded that COVID-19 can affect even the young and healthy.
He would then go on to complete an advanced science degree at the Australian National University in Canberra and in 2019 he was awarded a national science prize for his work on forestry and climate change.
Mr Kondilios was one of six people reported by NSW Health to have died from COVID-19 on Thursday.
Health authorities confirmed five men and one woman aged in their 20s, 60s, 80s, and 90s had died from the virus.
On Friday NSW reported 38,625 new cases of coronavirus in addition to 11 deaths.
Premier Dominic Perrottet is expected to announce a tightening of restrictions after case numbers registered in the 30,000s for the third consecutive day.
The Premier’s expected introduction of restrictions is a backflip on his previous stance of keeping the state open.
Under the expected changes nightclubs will be shut, singing and dancing will be banned, major events postponed and elective surgery paused.