Gina presents information to Dawson Creek City Council regarding Nuremberg Code, crimes against humanity, freedom of choice, natural immunity, vaccine and VAERS reporting. Gina’s statement to council: she states “as a Molecular Biologist”.
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1:09:00 – Nuremberg Code
1:10:00 – Miss information that Canadian Government is just telling people that they are not violating the rights, but are just pushing the boundaries. Concerning.
1:10:20 Health units are promoting a genetic experiment. mRna can possibly insert itself into the human DNA.
1:11:00 Voluntary Vaers Reporting system. Only 1% of people report [Harvard]. In the USA 13,000. (thirteen thousand) people died directly from this injection. Small pox vaccine was discontinued in 1972 was discontinued because 26 people died of the small pox vaccine.
1:12:00 The injection contents must be kept at -70 degrees. Why, what is in this jab that needs to be kept at -70 degrees. This is not a vaccine by any medical definition. She has tested people that have been jabbed, and it has a very strong effect on them very quickly. The vaccinated people are creating the variants, if you don’t kill off 100% of the bacteria IT WILL SURVIVE! These are very good at surviving and will mutate to survive.
1:14:00 The health unit is telling people that it’s the unvaccinated that are causing new variants – This is an outright lie! They need to stop telling people that. It is all about fear and coercion.
1:14:45 The Nuremberg Code is still in effect. Please have the members look at it. This protects humans from being genetic experiments. If we truly had a pandemic, you wouldn’t have to bribe people into getting it.
1:16:00 There are two genes within the vaccine’s mRna strand are directly related to Prion diseases which are deadly neurological diseases that take anywhere from 5 to 15 years to kill you (Mad Cow disease). These are incurable at this time. The right to refuse this treatment was given to us from the Nuremberg Code, right down to our Charter of Rights.
1:17:00 No one has the right to force anyone to take this jab. In the Nuremberg Code, people who followed the order of their superiors, wasn’t enough reason to exclude them. So if your superior told you to go burn that body in that kiln, and you did, but you knew it was the wrong thing to do, because you’d be complicit in murder – the Nuremberg Code made it very clear that you would be held accountable. (not specifically referring to the people of Council here). These are our lives. Virologists are expecting a 15 to 100% cull rate.
1:18:00+ No vaccine has EVER cured any disease. The human immune system is vibrant and if you feed it the right things, it will do it’s job.
(Please watch more to the conclusion….)
The people of Dawson Creek speak with their elected municipal officials about covid-19 issues in their community. This is the full video. Perhaps other City Councils in BC haven’t done special meeting such as this. If you are a business owner who might have questions for your municipality, there could be some good information here, that this Council discussed with the business owners of Dawson Creek.
*A Note About Prion Diseases
Prion diseases or transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs) are a family of rare progressive neurodegenerative disorders that affect both humans and animals. They are distinguished by long incubation periods, characteristic spongiform changes associated with neuronal loss, and a failure to induce inflammatory response.
The causative agents of TSEs are believed to be prions. The term “prions” refers to abnormal, pathogenic agents that are transmissible and are able to induce abnormal folding of specific normal cellular proteins called prion proteins that are found most abundantly in the brain. The functions of these normal prion proteins are still not completely understood. The abnormal folding of the prion proteins leads to brain damage and the characteristic signs and symptoms of the disease. Prion diseases are usually rapidly progressive and always fatal.
Identified Prion Diseases
Listed below are the prion diseases identified to date. CDC does not currently offer information on every prion disease listed below.Human Prion Diseases
- Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD)
- Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (vCJD)
- Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker Syndrome
- Fatal Familial Insomnia
Animal Prion Diseases
- Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE)
- Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD)
- Transmissible mink encephalopathy
- Feline spongiform encephalopathy
- Ungulate spongiform encephalopathy
CWD (Chronic Wasting Disease)CWD is a prion disease that affects deer, elk and moose in some areas of North America, South Korea and Norway. In North America, it has been found in both free-ranging and captive deer populations.
- The National Prion Disease Pathology Surveillance Centerexternal icon
- National Institutes of Health: Detecting Human Prion Diseaseexternal icon
- National Library of Medicine, Genetics Home Referenceexternal icon
- The Public Health Impact of Prion Diseases pdf icon[PDF – 191KB]
Belay E., Schonberger L. Annu. Rev. Public Health2005;26:191-212
- Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies in Humans pdf icon[PDF – 183KB]
Belay E. Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 1999;53:283-314
- WHO infection control guidelines for transmissible spongiform encephalopathies. Report of a WHO consultation, Geneva, Switzerland, 23-26 March 1999external icon
BSE/TSE Action Plan of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has four major components:
- Surveillance for human disease is primarily the responsibility of CDC.
- Protection is primarily the responsibility of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)external icon.
- Research is primarily the responsibility of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)external icon.
- Oversight is primarily the responsibility of the Office of the Secretary of DHHSexternal icon.
- Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) Resources
- Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (vCJD) Resources
- Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), or Mad Cow Disease Resources
- Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Resources
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