The Russian Roulette Shot.


22 August 2021 | Michael Moore | Michael.Moore@seetvnews.com

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Russian roulette is a potentially deadly game of chance in which a player places a single round in a revolver, spins the cylinder, places the muzzle against the head or body, and pulls the trigger. If the loaded chamber aligns with the barrel, the weapon will fire, fatally injuring the player .Wikipedia


Usually the revolver is a six chamber device giving the player a one chance in six of death.

Taking the shot or jab is like playing Russian roulette. You don’t know if you are going to survive or not or if you do for how long and what effects you will suffer.


In Canada the Canadian Government acknowledges this and has set aside 75 million dollars to cover the funeral costs of people that die from the jab.


The Public Department of Health says, “addresses a longstanding gap in Canada’s national immunization programming by providing a timely, no-fault financial support mechanism for all people in Canada, in rare instances where they are seriously and permanently injured performing a public good, being immunized.”


“In the rare event a person in Canada is seriously and permanently injured as a result of vaccination, they should be fairly supported,” wrote department staff. “The Vaccine Injury Support Program provides financial support to individuals who are seriously and permanently injured due to vaccination with a Health Canada authorized vaccine.”


Canada’s COVID-19 health experts admit there are unknown long-term effects of vaccines, but they provide another layer of protection.


Dr. Theresa Tam, chief public health officer, said she has always been realistic about vaccines.

Working out the Maths on this, 75 million divided into the 5000 allocated to each death gives is an expectation level of 15,000 deaths from ‘approved’ vaccines.


Apart from the terribly high rate of collateral damage (Even thalidomide was pull