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Covid-19 vaccinated people suffering strange hallucinations before collapsing

Security cameras from around the world are capturing frightening new footage of people collapsing in spasms on the ground in what may be the latest symptom of exposure to the COVID-19 vaccines.

Original source OAN: https://www.oann.com/video/pearsonsharpreports/vaccinated-populations-suffering-strange-new-illness-doctors-report-foreign-compounds-found-in-vaccines/



8 Responses to “Covid-19 vaccinated people suffering strange hallucinations before collapsing”

  1. ian says:

    Some very disturbing videos Weaver. The fist time I saw the guy going under the train it shocked me, but I now am getting used to these things. It seems though that, the wolves in charge, have little, if any sympathy for the sheep. We can be funny too, but are not a patch on these guys. I catch moles for farmers or in gardens, but suffer a sense of remorse. I admire and respect them, and love to see them thriving on wild areas. I kill slugs and snails in my veg garden, but rescue them from roads elsewhere. It’s really odd in some ways. Having shot, fished and trapped, as a way of life since a boy. I was never into cruelty, and have had many set to’s with people not being humane, but I did shoot etc. I stopped for about ten years. When I started again it was really odd. Very emotional to take a life, no matter how humanely, But, you get used to it.

    These parasitical predatory beings that rule the world, seem to have no such morals or feelings, nor do the face dilemmas when occasionally something cruel accidentally happens, Like a rat trap left set when it shouldn’t have been, and you find a half dead rat in it after not checking it because you were at the pub. Cruel guilt pains ensue, while you know it won’t pay back the poor animal.

    Bill Gates and crew, paralysed nearly half a million Indian kids with polio vaccines. Not only does he show no remorse, he hasn’t crippled enough. We are a different animal.

    I know many hate blood sports, and I don’t blame them. I do too. I ate what I shot and trapped, (not the rats), but anyhoo, enough.

  2. Weaver says:

    It is surprising how we are now becoming normalised to see these deaths and illnesses. My mother was discharged from the hospital this week having spent five days there. Most of the patients have suffered a stroke or heart attack. Ambulance queues outside are probably around four to five hours before the patient enters the hospital and then around ten hours on a trolley before reaching the ward. Most of the elderly will not survive this. We have gone from staying at home to save the NHS to the NHS destroying itself through toxic vaccine damage. Ian you are right these people seem to have no remorse for their crimes and still continue to push the narrative for financial gain. They seem to have lost the ability to understand the pain and disruption that people have suffered throughout the last few years.

    • ian says:

      Hi Weaver, I’m glad that your Mother is home. It seems odd that the ten hours on a trolley, seems fairly universal now. It’s like that round here too. It may be policy. A local elderly lady who Jinty knows, spent ten hours on a trolley in accident and emergency after falling at home. Protect the NHS? I fear that it will only get worse.

  3. Weaver says:

    Thank you Ian for your kind words. It is interesting isn’t it that ten hours seems to be the universal time period on a trolley? I think these long delays are probably causing a lot of stress to elderly patients who may not even make it up to the ward.

    • Aldous says:


      The NHS
      Undermining the NHS is Common Purposes’ biggest success so far. NHS senior and middle management is riddled with Common Purpose members, yet the average doctor or nurse has never heard of Common Purpose. Why is Common Purpose so secretive?
      Many fake charities such as Age Concern (now deceptively and maliciously called ‘Age UK’ after UK’s Age Concern and overseas’ Help the Aged were amalgamated) have links to Common Purpose.
      For example: Pakistan appeal
      Help our sister charity Age International provide life-saving support to older people and their families.

      I wonder where most of those donations and bequests go?

  4. Aldous says:

    I particularly like the one around 02:30 where the guy does a kind of pirouette before crashing off the platform and under the goods train’s wheels. Squelch or what?
    I hope there were enough of his organs left intact to sell off to Zionists and their Big Pharma rejection drug industry to help pay for the clean-up because blood and guts can be such a messy business.

    • ian says:

      Thanks Aldous, no breakfast for me now. Lol.

      • Aldous says:

        Sorry about the breakfast Ian.
        I think the saying in Scotland goes something like; Eat Breakfast like a King; Lunch like a Prince; Supper like a Pauper.
        I usually do it the other way around as I’m rarely up for ‘breakfast’ – whatever that is.
        I never got the chance to land on an aircraft carrier. Not enough of a Top Gun I guess, although I often gave the missus the whole gun in my younger years.
        Her hubby was posted missing but I didn’t miss him and he was later listed as killed in action anyway so what’s the diff?
        I remember an unfortunate moment in action when I was rescued by some outfit after being shot down. The recovery vehicle broke down and was taken in tow.
        The towing cable snapped and the whiplash chopped the head off the guy sat next to me. It could have been worse as it could have been me and was a real shame as I had hardly got to know and thank him for picking me up.
        The vehicle commander came rushing up and saluted for which I scolded him. “Don’t ever salute officers in the field as enemy sniper’s crosshairs are picking us low-lifes off like the flies that we are!”
        The poor unfortunate had lost his head. The vehicle commander was beside himself and virtually sobbing saying repetitiously: “He’s lost his head, he’s lost his head, etc.”
        I calmed him down (eventually) by saying; “He hasn’t lost his head because it’s over there with the cable.”
        Funny days.