Most Significant Stories of the Week
Big Pharm Companies Seek FDA Approval
Pfizer and BioNTech on Friday started to apply for full approval of their COVID-19 vaccine from the Food and Drug Administration. To date, the injections are not fully FDA approved. The companies will submit data to U.S. regulators on a rolling basis with an eye toward approval for ages 16 and up by later this year. More than 170 million doses of the vaccine have been delivered across America under an “emergency use authorization,” meaning the benefits of the shots may outweigh any perceived risks of contracting a virus which threatens the lives of barely one percent of the population. Full FDA approval would allow the product to stay on the market after the threats of viral infection disappear. However, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting database now indicates that deaths from the big pharm “vaccines” are already up nearly 4,000 percent over vaccine-related deaths in 2020.
Arizona Vote Audit Cannot Be Lawfully Completed
Maricopa County auditors reported last week that they are now helpless to continue a complete audit of votes. They have not been given the secondary passwords to allow access to the voting machines and are not being given access to the software or router hardware demanded by the subpoena. This raises a question about voting integrity across the US. Is there any county in the United States which has maintained independent control over their voting machines, their elections, or their audits? Will any honest accounting of votes, past or future, be allowed in the United States?
Police and Anti-terror Units Being Weaponized Against Christians
1. A Christian pastor in West London was arrested by police after a member of the public reported him for offending her with “homophobic” claims from the Bible about God’s male-female design of marriage.
2. A Christian chaplain at the UK’s Trent College was fired and reported to the British government’s anti-terrorism program for delivering a sermon in which he told pupils that it is acceptable to question and disagree with far-left LGBT ideology being taught at the school. “You will not publicly express personal beliefs in ways which exploit our pupils’ vulnerability,” the school allegedly told the chaplain. Chaplain Sherwood was told by police that there is “no freedom to make statements which offend people.”
3. Canadian Pastor Artur Pawlowski was ambushed by police on a public highway and arrested after conducting church services in his church building in violation of recent Covid regulations.
France Reaches Cultural Turning PointStatistics on religion and places of worship reached the following tipping point last week: One Christian church building is disappearing in France every fifteen days, while one mosque building is being erected or registered every fifteen days, reports Edouard de Lamaze, president of the Observatoire du Patrimoine Religieux in Paris.
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