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Egi ma
Egi ma
8 months ago

shame that rich countries stock up on vaccines and the poor countries have none. 😔😭

Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
8 months ago

Seroquel Scandals
Early on, the company had a history of playing it safe. In the 1970s, Astra saw the future of antidepressants. It developed the first selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) called zimelidine, and began selling it 1982. But the drug produced a rare side effect that could damage the nervous system, and the company recalled it a year later. By recalling zimelidine, it avoided potential catastrophic losses from possible lawsuits.

But it had already received harsh criticism for its involvement in scandals for its blockbuster antipsychotics, Seroquel and Seroquel XR. Critics say the company was more focused on maximizing profits while it still had the patent on the drug than on patient and trial participant safety.

In addition to paying $350 million to resolve more than 23,000 lawsuits that allege Seroquel can cause diabetes, the company paid to settle illegal marketing charges. It also faced a number of scandals including corrupt data in studies for marketing the drug to children, a sex scandal and a poorly run clinical trial that could have compromised patient safety and data reliability.

Marketing Seroquel for Children
Dr. Melissa DelBello was the lead author of a ground-breaking 2002 study that found AstraZeneca’s atypical antipsychotic Seroquel (quetiapine) was safe for use in children. AstraZeneca financed the study which included 30 children diagnosed with bipolar disorder. In the end, only eight children taking Seroquel completed the trial, and DelBello determined the study was inconclusive.

However, the study was published anyway and concluded Seroquel was more effective in children than a test group not receiving the drug. The publication led to a national recommendation that atypical antipsychotics be the leading choice for children with bipolar disorder.

FACT
AstraZeneca covered up study results that revealed Seroquel was either inconclusive or harmful.
Other studies involving Seroquel produced inconclusive or harmful results. Those were never published. It was later revealed that AstraZeneca systematically covered up the results. A company email used as evidence in a court case revealed: “Thus far, we have buried trials 15, 31, 56. The larger issue is how do we face the outside world when they begin to criticize us for suppressing data.”

In 2002, U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley criticized DelBello for receiving at least $238,000 in consulting fees and travel costs from AstraZeneca.

After years of investigations, AstraZeneca paid a $520 million fine brought by the U.S. Department of Justice for promoting Seroquel for unapproved uses. The company also paid $647 million to settle global lawsuits for failing to warn the public of Seroquel’s side effects.

‘Sex-for-Studies’ Seroquel Scandal
In 2009, a Florida lawsuit claimed then U.S. medical director for Seroquel Dr. Wayne MacFadden had sexual relationships with a clinical researcher who wrote journal articles favorable to Seroquel and a medical marketer who promoted Seroquel. The case was one of 9,000 claiming people developed diabetes and gained weight while on the drug.

Plaintiffs said these relationships were improper because research was supposed to be independent of AstraZeneca. MacFadden also had sexual relationships with employees of competitors and asked for trade secrets, CBS News and MedPage Today reported.

“The mere existence of these relationships calls into question the integrity of the scientific work product of those involved,” according to documents written by plaintiffs’ attorneys in 2009.

E-mails also surfaced showing AstraZeneca’s publications manager John Tumas buried three clinical trials with unfavorable Seroquel clinical data.

Poorly Organized Clinical Trial
In 2014, a Seroquel XR trial for borderline personality disorder headed by Dr. S. Charles Schultz faced scrutiny because of poor oversight, the New York Times reported. AstraZeneca paid Schultz, the head of the department of psychiatry at the University of Minnesota, to conduct the trial. In addition, he received more than $112,000 for “speaking and consulting fees and other payments” from 2002 to 2007.

Because of lack of supervision, two participants at a facility for sex offenders were able to fake their way into the trial. One of these men slipped Seroquel XR to unsuspecting staff and residents. The men were removed from the trial, but no one followed up with an investigation.

Following the Seroquel XR trial debacle, Schultz stepped down as head of psychiatry at the university.

Despite the sloppy trial and about one third of the participants dropping out because of side effects, results published in the American Journal of Psychiatry showed the drug as a promising treatment for borderline personality disorder. AstraZeneca didn’t pursue formal approval from the FDA, however.

Prior to this trial, the University of Minnesota ran a Seroquel trial in 2004, and one participant, Dan Markingson, committed suicide while on the drug.

AstraZeneca’s Drug Side Effect Litigation
In addition to AstraZeneca’s antipsychotic controversy, it also faced growing legal problems from some of its blockbuster medications. People who took some of the company’s best-selling drugs say the drugmaker failed to warn of side effects.

Crestor
Crestor 10mg Pills
Crestor 10mg pill
The cholesterol drug Crestor (rosuvastatin) is used to prevent or treat heart disease, heart attacks and strokes.

People harmed by Crestor took AstraZeneca to court, claiming in lawsuits the drug contained dangerous defects. A consumer advocacy group also called for the recall of Crestor from the U.S. market but no recall was ordered.

Onglyza & Kombiglyze XR
Onglyza 5mg Pills
Onglyza 5mg pill
The FDA approved Onglyza (saxagliptin) in 2009 to treat Type 2 diabetes. AstraZeneca and partner Bristol-Myers Squibb made hundreds of millions of dollars annually from Onglyza, but a study reported Onglyza increased the risk of hospitalizations due to heart failure. The FDA warned of the increased risk in April 2015.

A month later, a woman claimed her mother died from heart failure caused by Onglyza and filed a lawsuit against AstraZeneca. Now more lawsuits are mounting for Onglyza and heart failure.

Farxiga
Farxiga 10mg pill
Farxiga 10mg pill
The FDA rejected Bristol-Myers and AstraZeneca’s once-daily Farxiga (dapagliflozin) before approving it in 2014. The FDA had originally denied it because data in studies showed a possible risk of bladder cancer.

After the FDA released several warnings linking the drug to serious side effects, numerous law firms are analyzing cases from people who suffered from ketoacidosis, kidney problems, UTIs or other conditions possibly caused by Farxiga….

Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
8 months ago

Seroquel Scandals
Early on, the company had a history of playing it safe. In the 1970s, Astra saw the future of antidepressants. It developed the first selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) called zimelidine, and began selling it 1982. But the drug produced a rare side effect that could damage the nervous system, and the company recalled it a year later. By recalling zimelidine, it avoided potential catastrophic losses from possible lawsuits.

But it had already received harsh criticism for its involvement in scandals for its blockbuster antipsychotics, Seroquel and Seroquel XR. Critics say the company was more focused on maximizing profits while it still had the patent on the drug than on patient and trial participant safety.

In addition to paying $350 million to resolve more than 23,000 lawsuits that allege Seroquel can cause diabetes, the company paid to settle illegal marketing charges. It also faced a number of scandals including corrupt data in studies for marketing the drug to children, a sex scandal and a poorly run clinical trial that could have compromised patient safety and data reliability.

Marketing Seroquel for Children
Dr. Melissa DelBello was the lead author of a ground-breaking 2002 study that found AstraZeneca’s atypical antipsychotic Seroquel (quetiapine) was safe for use in children. AstraZeneca financed the study which included 30 children diagnosed with bipolar disorder. In the end, only eight children taking Seroquel completed the trial, and DelBello determined the study was inconclusive.

However, the study was published anyway and concluded Seroquel was more effective in children than a test group not receiving the drug. The publication led to a national recommendation that atypical antipsychotics be the leading choice for children with bipolar disorder.

FACT
AstraZeneca covered up study results that revealed Seroquel was either inconclusive or harmful.
Other studies involving Seroquel produced inconclusive or harmful results. Those were never published. It was later revealed that AstraZeneca systematically covered up the results. A company email used as evidence in a court case revealed: “Thus far, we have buried trials 15, 31, 56. The larger issue is how do we face the outside world when they begin to criticize us for suppressing data.”

In 2002, U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley criticized DelBello for receiving at least $238,000 in consulting fees and travel costs from AstraZeneca.

After years of investigations, AstraZeneca paid a $520 million fine brought by the U.S. Department of Justice for promoting Seroquel for unapproved uses. The company also paid $647 million to settle global lawsuits for failing to warn the public of Seroquel’s side effects.

‘Sex-for-Studies’ Seroquel Scandal
In 2009, a Florida lawsuit claimed then U.S. medical director for Seroquel Dr. Wayne MacFadden had sexual relationships with a clinical researcher who wrote journal articles favorable to Seroquel and a medical marketer who promoted Seroquel. The case was one of 9,000 claiming people developed diabetes and gained weight while on the drug.

Plaintiffs said these relationships were improper because research was supposed to be independent of AstraZeneca. MacFadden also had sexual relationships with employees of competitors and asked for trade secrets, CBS News and MedPage Today reported.

“The mere existence of these relationships calls into question the integrity of the scientific work product of those involved,” according to documents written by plaintiffs’ attorneys in 2009.

E-mails also surfaced showing AstraZeneca’s publications manager John Tumas buried three clinical trials with unfavorable Seroquel clinical data.

Poorly Organized Clinical Trial
In 2014, a Seroquel XR trial for borderline personality disorder headed by Dr. S. Charles Schultz faced scrutiny because of poor oversight, the New York Times reported. AstraZeneca paid Schultz, the head of the department of psychiatry at the University of Minnesota, to conduct the trial. In addition, he received more than $112,000 for “speaking and consulting fees and other payments” from 2002 to 2007.

Because of lack of supervision, two participants at a facility for sex offenders were able to fake their way into the trial. One of these men slipped Seroquel XR to unsuspecting staff and residents. The men were removed from the trial, but no one followed up with an investigation.

Following the Seroquel XR trial debacle, Schultz stepped down as head of psychiatry at the university.

Despite the sloppy trial and about one third of the participants dropping out because of side effects, results published in the American Journal of Psychiatry showed the drug as a promising treatment for borderline personality disorder. AstraZeneca didn’t pursue formal approval from the FDA, however.

Prior to this trial, the University of Minnesota ran a Seroquel trial in 2004, and one participant, Dan Markingson, committed suicide while on the drug.

AstraZeneca’s Drug Side Effect Litigation
In addition to AstraZeneca’s antipsychotic controversy, it also faced growing legal problems from some of its blockbuster medications. People who took some of the company’s best-selling drugs say the drugmaker failed to warn of side effects.

Crestor
Crestor 10mg Pills
Crestor 10mg pill
The cholesterol drug Crestor (rosuvastatin) is used to prevent or treat heart disease, heart attacks and strokes.

People harmed by Crestor took AstraZeneca to court, claiming in lawsuits the drug contained dangerous defects. A consumer advocacy group also called for the recall of Crestor from the U.S. market but no recall was ordered.

Onglyza & Kombiglyze XR
Onglyza 5mg Pills
Onglyza 5mg pill
The FDA approved Onglyza (saxagliptin) in 2009 to treat Type 2 diabetes. AstraZeneca and partner Bristol-Myers Squibb made hundreds of millions of dollars annually from Onglyza, but a study reported Onglyza increased the risk of hospitalizations due to heart failure. The FDA warned of the increased risk in April 2015.

A month later, a woman claimed her mother died from heart failure caused by Onglyza and filed a lawsuit against AstraZeneca. Now more lawsuits are mounting for Onglyza and heart failure.

Farxiga
Farxiga 10mg pill
Farxiga 10mg pill
The FDA rejected Bristol-Myers and AstraZeneca’s once-daily Farxiga (dapagliflozin) before approving it in 2014. The FDA had originally denied it because data in studies showed a possible risk of bladder cancer.

After the FDA released several warnings linking the drug to serious side effects, numerous law firms are analyzing cases from people who suffered from ketoacidosis, kidney problems, UTIs or other conditions possibly caused by Farxiga…

Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
8 months ago

Protonix: People are suing Pfizer over Protonix. Protonix lawsuits say Pfizer failed to warn about the risk of kidney problems. In 2013, Pfizer agreed to pay $55 million to settle criminal charges. The U.S. Department of Justice said Wyeth promoted Protonix for unapproved uses in 2000 and 2001. Pfizer acquired Wyeth in 2009.
Prempro:Nearly 10,000 women filed Prempro breast cancer lawsuits against Pfizer. By 2012, Pfizer settled most of the claims for more than $1 billion.
Chantix:About 3,000 people filed Chantix lawsuits against Pfizer. They claimed Chantix caused suicidal thoughts and severe psychological disorders. In 2013, the company set aside about $288 million to resolve these cases. One case settled for an undisclosed amount just before trial in 2012.
Depo-Testosterone:More than 6,000 testosterone therapy lawsuits were pending in May 2018. The lawsuits say testosterone products caused strokes, blood clots and heart attacks.
Effexor:A federal panel closed the consolidated Effexor litigation in 2013. Lawsuits claimed birth defects.
Zoloft:A judge dismissed Zoloft cases in 2016. Lawsuits included similar claims to Effexor XR. The judge did not disagree that Zoloft caused birth defects. But the judge concluded there was insufficient evidence to definitively link the two.
Eliquis:A judge dismissed a group of federal Eliquis cases in 2017. Injured patients continue to file severe bleeding claims in Delaware state court.
Lipitor:A judge dismissed Lipitor lawsuits in 2017. Women who took the drug filed lawsuits after developing Type 2 diabetes. There is currently an appeal pending.
Pfizer Drug RecallsPfizer has had to recall some of its popular products due to quality issues and poor packaging. Effexor XR and Prempro are two products affected by recalls.
Prempro:In 2013, Pfizer announced it was recalling five lots of Prempro. Prempro is a hormone replacement therapy drug. Routine testing revealed the strength of the drug was low.
Effexor XR:In 2014, Pfizer recalled two lots of its antidepressant drug Effexor XR. Tikosyn was discovered in an Effexor XR bottle. Tikosyn is one of the company’s heart pills. Pfizer warned that the combination of the two different drugs could be deadly.
Pfizer ScandalIn 1996, Pfizer conducted an unapproved clinical trial. It involved children with meningitis in Nigeria, CBS News reported. The trials led to the deaths of 11 children. Dozens more were left disabled.

PFIZER’S UNAPPROVED CLINICAL TRIAL

The unauthorized trial involved tests on 200 children with Pfizer's antibiotic Trovan.

Source: BBC News

Trovan is a drug severely restricted in use because of its potential to cause liver damage. Injury to the liver as a result of taking Trovan can lead to liver failure and death.

In 2011, Pfizer paid $700,000 to four families who lost children during the Trovan trials.

In addition, the company set up a $35 million fund for those affected by Trovan. Pfizer also agreed to sponsor health projects in Kano, Nigeria

Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
8 months ago

Protonix: People are suing Pfizer over Protonix. Protonix lawsuits say Pfizer failed to warn about the risk of kidney problems. In 2013, Pfizer agreed to pay $55 million to settle criminal charges. The U.S. Department of Justice said Wyeth promoted Protonix for unapproved uses in 2000 and 2001. Pfizer acquired Wyeth in 2009.
Prempro:Nearly 10,000 women filed Prempro breast cancer lawsuits against Pfizer. By 2012, Pfizer settled most of the claims for more than $1 billion.
Chantix:About 3,000 people filed Chantix lawsuits against Pfizer. They claimed Chantix caused suicidal thoughts and severe psychological disorders. In 2013, the company set aside about $288 million to resolve these cases. One case settled for an undisclosed amount just before trial in 2012.
Depo-Testosterone:More than 6,000 testosterone therapy lawsuits were pending in May 2018. The lawsuits say testosterone products caused strokes, blood clots and heart attacks.
Effexor:A federal panel closed the consolidated Effexor litigation in 2013. Lawsuits claimed birth defects.
Zoloft:A judge dismissed Zoloft cases in 2016. Lawsuits included similar claims to Effexor XR. The judge did not disagree that Zoloft caused birth defects. But the judge concluded there was insufficient evidence to definitively link the two.
Eliquis:A judge dismissed a group of federal Eliquis cases in 2017. Injured patients continue to file severe bleeding claims in Delaware state court.
Lipitor:A judge dismissed Lipitor lawsuits in 2017. Women who took the drug filed lawsuits after developing Type 2 diabetes. There is currently an appeal pending.
Pfizer Drug RecallsPfizer has had to recall some of its popular products due to quality issues and poor packaging. Effexor XR and Prempro are two products affected by recalls.
Prempro:In 2013, Pfizer announced it was recalling five lots of Prempro. Prempro is a hormone replacement therapy drug. Routine testing revealed the strength of the drug was low.
Effexor XR:In 2014, Pfizer recalled two lots of its antidepressant drug Effexor XR. Tikosyn was discovered in an Effexor XR bottle. Tikosyn is one of the company’s heart pills. Pfizer warned that the combination of the two different drugs could be deadly.
Pfizer ScandalIn 1996, Pfizer conducted an unapproved clinical trial. It involved children with meningitis in Nigeria, CBS News reported. The trials led to the deaths of 11 children. Dozens more were left disabled.

PFIZER’S UNAPPROVED CLINICAL TRIAL

The unauthorized trial involved tests on 200 children with Pfizer's antibiotic Trovan.

Source: BBC News

Trovan is a drug severely restricted in use because of its potential to cause liver damage. Injury to the liver as a result of taking Trovan can lead to liver failure and death.

In 2011, Pfizer paid $700,000 to four families who lost children during the Trovan trials.

In addition, the company set up a $35 million fund for those affected by Trovan. Pfizer also agreed to sponsor health projects in Kano, Nigeria

Human Being
Human Being
8 months ago

My body, my choice! Now jog on! 💫💪😠👉💫

David Pirouet
David Pirouet
8 months ago

The EU haven't allowed use of it yet so they can't distribute it get it out as quickly as possible, the BBC'S Charter has to be removed.

CadburryGanesh
CadburryGanesh
8 months ago

Can you cover the international travel news . from asia , europe , middle east etc

Niko Noy
Niko Noy
8 months ago

There are no covid in low income countries. Do you check statistics. They have very low death rate, so no need for vaccination. They have kinda immunity from other maleria or tb vaccines

C.V. Rajendra
C.V. Rajendra
8 months ago

I am a millionaire and donated about 50,000 doses to Indonesia

Entao Lu
Entao Lu
8 months ago

coronavirus come from UK .UK mutant virus infects the world.

Home
Home
8 months ago

I love my India 🇮🇳❤️

Israeldiegorivera2 Genius2
Israeldiegorivera2 Genius2
8 months ago

The vaccine does not stop the spread of the virus, fact. No to forced or
coerced vaccines. Write to your MP and say no it is a disgrace.

Ab by
Ab by
8 months ago

Then Jesus said to the crowds and to his disciples: “The teachers of the law and the Pharisees sit in Moses’ seat. So you must be careful to do everything they tell you. But do not do what they do, for they do not practice what they preach. They tie up heavy, cumbersome loads and put them on other people’s shoulders, but they themselves are not willing to lift a finger to move them.
Everything they do is done for people to see: They make their phylacteries wide and the tassels on their garments long; they love the place of honor at banquets and the most important seats in the synagogues; they love to be greeted with respect in the marketplaces and to be called ‘Rabbi’ by others.
“But you are not to be called ‘Rabbi,’ for you have one Teacher, and you are all brothers. And do not call anyone on earth ‘father,’ for you have one Father, and he is in heaven. Nor are you to be called instructors, for you have one Instructor, the Messiah. The greatest among you will be your servant. For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted".
Matthew 23 NIV

You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything, in Heaven above or in the Earth beneath, or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them, for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the parents up to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments.

"If my people who are called by my name, humble themselves and pray, AND TURN FROM THEIR WICKED WAYS, I will hear from Heaven, will forgive their sins, and will heal their land."

And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full. But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you. And when you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words. Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him.

This, then, is how you should pray:

Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name,
your kingdom come,
your will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us today our daily bread.
And forgive us our debts,
as we also have forgiven our debtors.
And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from the evil one.

For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.

"Matthew 5-7 NIV Bible Gateway", we can use google search.
These are the teachings,
The Righteousness of our Lord Jesus Christ our God.
REPENT, and start doing what is right.
If you abide my teachings, you are really my disciples; then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.

A time is coming and has now come, that the true worshipers will worship the Father in Spirit and Truth. God is Spirit, so his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and Truth; they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks.

In the New Heaven and New Earth,
only Righteousness dwells.
May the Spirit of our Lord Jesus Christ our God be with you all.

Eunice Rambuda
Eunice Rambuda
8 months ago

Rich countries are Hoarding vaçcines,they buy three to four times more than their population…
Africa is not asking for charity ,we want to buy our own vaccines, but they are hard to find
"Greed"

Michael Labus
Michael Labus
8 months ago

Vaccine distribution should be by price, who pays the most gets first. It's the fairest.

Manna G
Manna G
8 months ago

PressTitutes at work. Bhaaa Bhaaa.

RL9 Bayern_Legend
RL9 Bayern_Legend
8 months ago

More vaccines and more deaths rising? Despite all these restrictions…

Could it mean that the vaccine is the mutation of the new strain of virus itself?

I hope not but honestly wouldn't be surprised…

John Boyd
John Boyd
8 months ago

You can have all the vaccine
If you can't administer it properly???
it doesn't matter!!!
USA. USA. USA. Good example

Mark Rudge
Mark Rudge
8 months ago

2030 AGENDA. NEW WORLD ORDER. ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT. 4TH industrial revolution and the great reset 2016. This is FACT NOT OPINION. Using COVID to harness the power of revolution to change the economy "…. characterized by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres"…. In it's most pessimistic, dehumanizing form the 4th industrial revolution may indeed have the potential to " robotize humanity by 2025 and thus deprive us of our heart and soul ". The 4th industrial revolution will change not only what we do but also WHO WE ARE. It will effect our identity and all the issues associated with it. Our sense of privacy, our notions of ownership, our consumption patterns, the time we devote to work and leisure, and how we develope our careers, cultivate our skills, meet people and nurture relationships.
It is already our health and leading to a QUANTIFIED self, and sooner than we think, it may lead to human AUGMENTATION.
World Economic Forum.

Hell N Degenerates
Hell N Degenerates
8 months ago

112,000 vaccinations resulting in 3150 of those rendered unable to take care of themselves due to side effects of the vaccine, so if the whole of the UK was vaccinated that would leave 1.67 million disabled by the vaccine.
According to the CDC’s latest vaccination data posted on an 8-page report available on the agency’s website, CDC report shows that 3,150 people vaccinated in one day are “unable to perform normal daily activities, unable to work” after taking the Pfizer vaccine. The CDC said that these people required care from doctors or health care professionals to treat severe allergic reactions.

The revelation, which was buried on page 6 of the 8-page report, was disclosed as part of the data in the “ACIP COVID-19 Vaccines Work Group.” The implications of this finding could be disastrous if this data is scaled up on a global level.
 "Distrust the government, avoid mass media, fight the lies.

Alberto Cañiz
Alberto Cañiz
8 months ago

Canada has approx 40 million citizens. You need 2 doses per citizen. Canada secured 80 million doses. 40million x 2 = 80 million. Can someone explain me where the 5x immunisation per citizen comes from or is that just a lie.

Jessica Gloria Oppermann
Jessica Gloria Oppermann
8 months ago

Ffs

Chris Dalby
Chris Dalby
8 months ago

😂 bbc have to fiddle the likes/dislikes 🤣🤣 idiots!!

Dr Wolfgang Chausser
Dr Wolfgang Chausser
8 months ago

if people want to take this garbage its up to them, but im pro choice and i say no thank you.

Peter Newton
Peter Newton
8 months ago

Hmmmm. The problem is that the vaccine manufacturers are unable to fulfill orders. They have over promised and under delivered.

RHINO 54
RHINO 54
8 months ago

Not just Third world. I am 56 and i live in France, a rich country. I don't know if my age groupe will get a vaccine this year either.

RHINO 54
RHINO 54
8 months ago

They are not low income countries they are rich but the money goes in the presidential pockets and is not shared with the people. The money is there to buy the vaccine but the govnmt has decided not to. Their problem not ours.

Lemonade&Ammi
Lemonade&Ammi
8 months ago

First we’ll conceive and create them, mold them and shape them
Break them into groups then congregate them and mate them
Let them reproduce and then make offspring and raise them
Oblivious to who truly teaches and educates them, we’ll
Take from the masses and place them in classes
And rate them all based on each’s economical status
Some we will exalt to the highest while the others we’ll let fall
Then we’ll slowly analyze how one’s privilege affects all
We’ll construct a dual system for the poor one and the rich one
And study how they blend and acclimate to their conditions
We’ll divide them into sections and keep sharing this approach
And let the wealth and poverty then measure the characters of both
Provide physical temptation that treats, lures and entices
Create dependencies on our electronic devices
Program and make the man’s fragile psyche indecisive
And watch the nicest ones become savages in a crisis
See each step of this game, for years kept it the same
Present to them a goal in life that they’ll never obtain
Within the range of our power each child will be born
Then, place chemicals in them to see how their bodies respond
We’ll keep the poor that way by denying them a favor
And see how long they take to resort to violent behavior
We’ll subject their generations to uncompensated labor
Enslave them all and make them still love their enslaver
We’ll endanger them and afterwards they’ll call on us to save ‘em
Trust our doctors to cure the sicknesses that we gave ‘em
Make ‘em spend all their days trapped in a unfair maze
Purposely prepare slaves through radio airwaves
Formulate drugs, and then, distribute them through every state
And make conditions that cause them to use them to escape
What if we make ‘em run to evil and see good with reluctance
Make ‘em prioritize the superficial over the substance
Let’s form a secret government to do the really shady acts
Deny people basic human rights to see how they react
Let’s promise them riches if they put their souls on the block
We’ll control all that they listen to and all that they watch
Tamper with frequencies, let’s clone the animals and the food
Give the people faulty medicines just to alter their moods
We can play with human hormones, let’s see where this goes
Wonder what happens when we let women and men switch roles?
Or better yet, switch our bodies, no one’s heard of these things
Gender-bending pharmaceuticals and surgical means
Look at ‘em, greedy and arrogant, relying on phones
Going through life, thinking that they have a mind of their own
We can build weapons for every nation, even the streets
We’ll cause disagreements ’til nobody’s sleeping in peace

Baby Dogarov
Baby Dogarov
8 months ago

Shove the vaccine up your ass!

DJ Pomare
DJ Pomare
8 months ago

New Zealand applaud the US for rejoining the WHO and 100 days of masks.

2021 Warp speed is slower than the 1947 US Small Pox vaccine roll out.

Covid deaths = US 432,541 UK 100,162 China 4,636 NZ 25 Taiwan 7.

WHO 3 point plan: Social distance, wash your hands and wear a mask.

DJ Pomare
DJ Pomare
8 months ago

Covid appears to be an American and European pandemic.

China has had 2 deaths in the last fortnight. New Zealand and Taiwan haven't had a fatality in over 5 months.

The US has had an average of 1800 a day. This is no longer the China virus it is well and truly the US VIRUS.

Kevin Thornley
Kevin Thornley
8 months ago

Did the world rejoice really. No

H&S Entertainment - Official
H&S Entertainment - Official
8 months ago

why GOV not allowing people to access their work pension at least. Universal credit is not much to survive on for god sake..

Tiago Ferreira
Tiago Ferreira
8 months ago

Last November…..is end off January

Sultan Larkin
Sultan Larkin
8 months ago

BBC YOU ARE SO DISGUSTING AS LIAR AS THIS BOGUS BUTCHER BORIS. THIS NATION SAYS GREAT REJECT TO BILL GIT AND HIS SERVANTS. BBC YOU ARE TOTTEN TO THE CORE JUST LIKE BOGUS BORIS AND HIS CLOWNS.

Lukas The Truth Seeker
Lukas The Truth Seeker
8 months ago

Stfu BBC will you? Thanks 🙏

Sumit
Sumit
8 months ago

2:00 Wow wow wow, nice anti India propaganda right there. India literally gifted millions of free vaccines to it's neighbors, and has started delivering Vaccines to countries who made contract.

Marjana Akter
Marjana Akter
8 months ago

Don't forget what Allah blessed you with. Be grateful to Allah and have patience when you are in grief.

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