Translation: Yesterday in Slovenia a big scandal broke out and today the whole of Slovenia is talking about the mass vaccination. The head nurse of the University Medical Center, a clinical centre in Ljubljana, who takes care of receiving the bottles and manages everything, resigned and went out in front of the cameras with bottles of liquids.
She showed people the codes on the bottles. Each one contains a 1, 2 or 3 digit in the code, and then explained the meaning of those numbers.
- Number 1 is placebo, saline.
- Number 2 is a classic dose of mRNA.
- Number 3 is an mRNA jab that contains the onco gene, linked to the adenovirus that contributes to the development of cancer. For these doses with number 3, she said that people who received it within 2 years will have soft tissue cancer.
She said, she personally witnessed the jabbing of politicians and tycoons, and they all received the number 1 jab. They received a saline solution, a placebo.
And this explains the jabs all our politicians get when they take pictures for the media. (Lockdown News/Odysee)
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— Ivana Pavlovic (@ivanajpavlovic) November 24, 2021
A concerned reader commented:
It is reasonable to suppose that placebo doses may have been administered in many cases (and particularly to compliant politicians), and all of us on the anti-vaccine-mandate side have hoped for solid information to prove this. But Big Pharma knows that we are looking for such information, and they have an incentive to trip us up over this by putting out a false story that seems to provide us with everything we want.
The story about the Slovenian nurse may well be just such a false lead. (…)
The only reference I have found so far to the Slovenian-nurse story is a report that seeks to debunk it; among other things, it claims that the video dates back to July 31 this year, whereas the nurse is alleged to have given her press conference on November 21. They also claim that the head nurse at the same university’s medical centre is not the woman in the video, and that no-one occupying this post has recently resigned. Now you might say that the MSM has an interest in lying about such matters, but at the very least, it seems that the story prompts some doubts and deserves further investigation.
The credibility of the video (this is my own comment) is not helped by the fact that the nurse is speaking in front of a haystack, and that no journalists are shown in the video. A barn in a farm seems prima facie unlikely for a press conference. (…)
We are all currently engaged in trying to convince family members, friends and colleagues not to take the “vaccine” (or not to continue with booster shots). Every time we cite a story that is disproven, our credibility is shattered and we are seen as mere “conspiracy theorists”. There is no symmetry here: the people we are still trying to convince will give the “respectable” MSM, governments and “medical advisors” a free pass with their lies, whereas we cannot afford to make a single false step.