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UNDAS - Commemoration of the Lives of Deceased Loved Ones. Devastating Outcomes. This Post is Not for the Squeamish, but You Must Know What is Happening!
Many new loved ones have sadly and unexpectedly joined the memorial list this 2022! There are those calling for an amnesty! I say no! Forgive, but never forget! Hold those to blame accountable!
Filipinos celebrate All Saints Day on the 1st of November and All Souls Day on the 2nd of November every year. These are the days when Filipinos go home to their families to celebrate and commemorate the days of their dead relatives. They take care of the graves and remember loved ones.
For 2022 the preliminary released data shows no excess deaths in the Philippines. Quite unbelievable! Anyway, time will tell! The last population census in the Philippines was held in 2020 and showed a population of 109,035,343. Census are conducted every 5 years; thus, it will still be quite a while before we can have validation of population change and indication of the accuracy of PSA compiled data!
2021 was a very sad year for many families, with 43.2% excess deaths in preliminary data. Presuming that it was the vulnerable in 2021 who died prematurely, 2022 should have seen a far lower than typical death count by an equivalent amount but has not1. Deaths in 2022 appear “mostly normal” for the currently available data ignoring the incomplete data, meaning there has been no correction for the excess deaths in 2021, and that more people than would be expected are still dying.
DerekMendoza has been compiling cases of deaths post jab. He provides information on, requirements to submit a claim, and links to the Philhealth forms to make a claim for vaccine injury or death.
He also provides currently 56 pages each containing 5 cases of people who have been harmed or died following Covid-19 vaccine: 280+ tragic accounts collected from public social media, verified to be events that happened following injection (this does not prove cause). His compiled case studies are available for public distribution/ sharing. He continues to update these files!
These are devastating images. I would like to say you should not look if your stomach is weak! However, I very much believe everyone should look! No matter how disturbing the vision! We must know what is being done! We must see! How else will we be inspired to act as we should have done many months earlier!
A grassroots education campaign has been initiated using some of the compiled images. Following are fliers which started being handed out as part of that campaign which was launched on 1st November 2022! It makes a play on the DOH PinasLakas “Strong Philippines” injection campaign.
In its place, it uses PinasLagas, which means Decimated Philippines. “Bulak Sa Braso Now” literally means cotton on your arm now. “Bulak Sa Ilong Later” means cotton up your nose later. Taken as a complete phrase it does not have an exact translation, but it is a uniquely Filipino allusion to death, used in pop culture.
These are all real people; injured their lives changed forever, or dead! These are real babies with astounding birth defects! They are only few of many. The events shown happened after injection. When does correlation turn into causation? When there is no other explanation? When the mass of evidence and harm is overwhelming!
Open our eyes, before even more are lost! Pray for the souls of those lost! Pray for recovery or relief for those injured! Pray that those who made this happen are held properly accountable. Take action that this may never ever be allowed to happen again!
Excess deaths due to premature deaths of vulnerable persons in one year should be counterbalanced by fewer deaths in the following year because it takes time for a new vulnerable population to build up and for typical levels of deaths to resume: those who would have died this year, already died prematurely last year.