The memorial ceremony honoring people who died or suffered serious injuries as a result of the jab was captured on camera in Wellington, New Zealand’s Civic Square. The new COVID documentary tells the stories of New Zealanders who were injured by the vaccine.
SilentNoMore New Zealand has created a documentary depicting countless vaccine-injured New Zealanders who got the COVID shot in order to work in their nation’s overly restrictive environment.
Memorial Day highlights how regular island people’ lives have been thrown into chaos by long-term injuries from a COVID jab or the loss of loved ones due to the experimental vaccination.
The video depicts a memorial assembly at Civic Square in Wellington, New Zealand, where people who died or were severely injured as a result of the vaccine were honored in a ceremony.
Casey Hodgkinson, 23, is one of the vaccination victims. Due to the neurological difficulties that resulted from just one shot, she has been restricted to a wheelchair. She is seen twitching and trembling in her chair, indicating that she has lost control of some of her motor skills.
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Casey wasn’t the only vaccine victim who displayed these traits.
Rob Martin is also in a wheelchair as a result of a jab-induced stroke and heart attack. He told the crowd that the lawmakers who mandated the shots should “be held accountable”. Martin said to the filmmakers that he accepted the jab to remain employed as a middle-class wage worker.
Watch the video below:
The film highlighted New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s flip-flopping. She was seen on multiple newscasts declaring that she would not make the shot requisite in order to work, but she deceived and made her country one of the most vaccine-restricted in the globe.
In a move right out of George Orwell’s 1984, New Zealand has announced it would put all COVID-19 patients into mandatory quarantine camps. The Prime Minister of New Zealand has said that your each and every activity will be monitored in these camps and those that refuse to be tested would be forced to stay in the camps for a longer duration.
The life of a young guy named Rory Nairn, who passed away from severe myocarditis after taking his first shot, is also portrayed in the movie.
His parents told the account of what had occurred to their son, stating that although they had opposed the experimental shots, their son had succumbed to the pressure of social exclusion.
“I tried to tell Rory about myocarditis,” Mr. Nairn said.
When the memorial was held in March 2022, the vaccine-injured in New Zealand were mainly disregarded, but one member of parliament, Chris Penk, agreed to sign a petition with nearly 10,000 signatures calling for recognition of the negative effects of COVID vaccinations.