In its Corona policy, Iceland, like Israel, sees itself as a model country for vaccination coverage of the entire population. Now it has been decided that all children between the ages of five and 11 will be vaccinated by the beginning of January 2022. In response, a group stood up at the end of last year to object to the government's vaccination intentions through a peace march. Here are a few insights from participants in that demonstration.
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17.02.2022 | www.kla.tv/21664
Under the motto: "Protect the Children," a peace march was initiated by the association "Freedom and Responsibility" in Reykjavik, Iceland, for Dec. 30, 2021. The march is an objection to quarantine for healthy children and the government's plan to vaccinate children between the ages of five and eleven starting in early January 2022. Here we give you a few impressions of the peace march and the speech given by philosopher and economist Thorsteinn Sigulaugsson. A man who has been a strong opponent of the Corona measures in the past, including writing an open letter to the President of Iceland urging him to back off from his publicly stated stance against the unvaccinated in the country. In his speech, Sigulaugsson quoted the Belgian psychology professor Matthias Desmet. Desmet described the prevailing situation since the beginning of the Corona crisis with the term mass hypnosis: fear suddenly had an object - the terrible virus. One sees how everything that causes fear is taken up and approved. Facts, arguments and data no longer played a role. He concludes by talking about the vaccination pressure to which children are subjected: Parents are being pressured, as never before, to have healthy children vaccinated as if we’re fighting against a plague. Yet, studies are amassing that show that the risks of vaccination damages for healthy children and adolescents is higher than the risk of getting sick due to corona. In Iceland, the incidence of serious vaccine side effects is already up to a thousand times higher than previously thought acceptable. No child between the ages of 4-11 has been hospitalized in Iceland. But vaccinating children is only the latest step in a nearly two-year journey of utter indifference to the well-being of younger generations. In a healthy society, it is the children who must be protected whenever danger is imminent. Children are the future. A deep horror characterizes a society that sacrifices youth, its future, its wholeness and its happiness.