Many question the extent to which an asylum seeker can legitimately claim the need for refuge if they return to their homeland voluntarily for vacation.
Almost four in five refugees now residing in Sweden have vacationed in their home country since fleeing to Europe, according to a latest poll.
A survey conducted by polling firm Novus on behalf of the Swedish online newspaper Bulletin revealed that 79 percent of refugees who claim to be fleeing war or persecution have voluntarily returned to their home country since making the trip to Sweden.
According to the survey, they do not wish, however, to return home permanently. When asked whether they plan to permanently return to their country of birth in the future, just 2 percent say they do, while 16 percent say maybe — 81 percent of those who arrived in Sweden from non-European countries say they do not, primarily because they believe Sweden to be a better country to raise their children.
(Natural News) The Danish Health Authority has announced that just about every young and middle-aged person in Denmark is now prohibited from getting “vaccinated” for covid.
If you are under the age of 50, the Danish government says, then you are not allowed to take the shots. Previously, the Danish government prohibited the drug injections for everyone under the age of 18. (Related: Last fall, Denmark joined Sweden in banning Moderna’s covid injection after it was determined to cause myocarditis in young people.)
The only people under 50 who can receive the shots are those who are deemed to have a “higher risk of becoming severely [emphasis added] [ill] from Covid-19,” the government of Denmark said.
How this will be determined has yet to be fleshed out, but what we know is that the vast majority of Denmark is not only no longer at risk of being forced to get jabbed, but is actually prohibited from ever doing so again.
This is the kind of just say no to drugs campaign that we wish would launch in the United States and elsewhere, but pigs will fly before that ever happens.
Implicit in the Danish announcement is the idea that messenger RNA (messenger RNA) injections specifically come with far greater risks than any purported benefits. The same is true for the non-mRNA covid jabs still being pushed as well.
Denmark expecting another “large wave” of covid over winter, but since the jabs don’t help there is no reason to allow them
To be clear, the Danish Health Authority is not necessarily saying that covid has ended. To the contrary, the government there says it expects “a large wave of [covid] infection” in the coming months.
At the same time, government officials in Denmark are admitting that the jabs have not helped, and will never help, thus the new ban.
“The purpose of vaccination is not to prevent infection with covid-19, and people aged under 50 are therefore currently not being offered booster vaccination,” the Danish Health Authority announcement reads.
The announcement goes on to explain that younger people have an almost zero risk of becoming seriously ill from Chinese Germs, and many of them are already protected anyway – some of them because they “have previously been infected with covid-19.”
In other words, the Danish Health Authority is acknowledging two important things that American health officials deny:
1) Covid injections do not prevent infection – and by the looks of it, they actually cause more infection while increasing the risk of death 2) Natural immunity is real, and those who have previously tested “positive” for the Fauci Flu are now protected against it.
If only we could get these same types of acknowledgements in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and many other places that are ruled with an iron fist by globalists with a penchant for unrelenting medical fascism and abuse of citizens.
“The Danish move is particularly significant because Denmark has an excellent national health care system and has aggressively collected data on Covid and vaccines,” wrote Alex Berenson on his Substack about the situation.
“Denmark was among the first countries to stop giving Covid shots to healthy children and teenagers. Now other European countries are beginning to follow, with Britain ending mRNA shots for almost all children 10 and under.”
Big Tech, meanwhile, is already trying to spin the announcement out of Denmark to imply that it has nothing to do with actually stopping the injection of people for the Wuhan Flu.
“Good luck with that,” Berenson joked about the failing agenda of the tech giants.
The latest Chinese Virus injection news can be found at Vaccines.news.
(Natural News) The infamous Hawaiian Democrat Sen. Mazie Hirono is once again calling for violence against her political opponents, including her constituents who support the preservation of unborn human life.
In a rant she spewed on the Senate floor the other day, Hirono blasted the pro-life movement and issued “literally” a “call to arms in our country” against it (Related: Remember when Mazie Hirono called for a blanket ban on “white” people occupying any positions within Joe Biden’s cabinet?).
“When I hear my colleagues talking about how it should be states’ rights or government should not be telling us what to do, the word ‘hypocrites,’ it doesn’t even go far enough to call them out on what they’re doing,” Hirono belched.
“This is an outright attack on women in this country. That is how I see it.”
Hirono went on to claim that “more and more women” feel the same way that she does about “our right to make decisions about or own bodies.”
Fighting the pro-life movement, she continued, “is literally a call to arms in our country” – watch below:
Tim Ryan, another Democrat, says “we’ve gotta kill and confront … MAGA Republicans”
Not to be outdone by Hirono in the extremism department, Tim Ryan, a fellow Democrat out of Ohio who is running for state senate, spoke to the corporate-controlled media about the problem of Trump supporters.
Like Hirono, Ryan wants Democrats and people who support their efforts to “kill and confront that movement” – watch below:
Ever since the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, far-left extremists like Hirono and Ryan have been spouting hateful, violence-inducing rhetoric against conservatives and Republicans.
Such rhetoric has already resulted in a spate of violent acts against crisis pregnancy centers in America, which exist to help women with unwanted pregnancy find solutions that do not involve murdering their unborn children.
The left has become so unhinged concerning the abortion issue, in fact, that some leftists put together an interactive map tool for Democrats to use to more easily target crisis pregnancy center facilities
Two-time failed presidential wannabe Hillary Clinton also piped about these and other issues during a recent appearance on CNN where she compared “MAGA Americans,” referring to the “Make America Great Again” movement (or perhaps she meant this kind of MAGA?) to the Al-Qaeda terrorist group.
Democrats and their ilk are coming unhinged before our very eyes, calling for their own insurrection against pro-lifers and others who oppose the leftist agenda.
“Call to arms? I thought the Democrats were against guns,” wrote a commenter in response to Hirono’s statements.
“Globalists and their establishment lackeys want a civil war, or at least constant division,” added another. “Part of the big picture … that along with destroying the U.S. financially, and socially, and every other way.”
“That woman is a fool, but what is important is what all the Democrats are saying collectively which is a call to violence against any who oppose them,” wrote someone else. “Very Orwellian and totalitarian of these commie wannabes.”
“She’s dumber than a box of rocks, and she’s evil and twisted as well,” said another. “This is the type of person Democrats elect: people in line with their own low levels of intelligence, and satanic evil hearts. This dimwit doesn’t even get that abortion has just been sent back to the states.”
The latest news about left-wing hatemongers like Mazie Hirono can be found at Libtards.news.
(Natural News) New research from University College London (now formally known as London’s Global University) warns that so-called “green energy” and the political push behind it is driving a shortage of sulfuric acid, a fertilizer component also found in lithium-ion batteries.
Published in Geographic Journal, the study reveals that upwards of 80 percent of the global supply of sulfur comes from the desulfurization of fossil fuels, which the climate brigade has pronounced as evil because they are supposedly heavy polluters.
The push to “decarbonize” the planet in order to cool it and prevent global warming and climate change is making sulfur much harder to come by. By 2040, the “greenification” of the planet will create a “shortfall” in the annual supply of sulfur ranging between 100 and 320 million tons.
Meanwhile, demand for sulfur appears to be increasing by the day, not only in agriculture but also within the electric vehicle (EV) industry, which requires sulfur to continue producing batteries, as well as in battery-powered electronics like computers and mobile phones. (Related: The United Nations is warning that global grain production could drop by 40 percent due to lack of fertilizer.)
“With increased farming and the world moving away from fossil fuels, geographers estimate global demand for sulfuric acid will rise to 246 to 400 million tons by 2040,” the paper reads. “However, depending on how quickly decarbonization happens, there may only be 100 to 320 million tons available for use.”
Embracing a green energy future means starving much of the world
If fossil fuels go away like the greenies want them to, then we will also see global shortages of other fertilizers such as phosphorus, which is also used not only in agriculture but also in heavy industry to extract rare metals such as cobalt and nickel.
“Those metals are used in lithium-ion batteries that power up numerous electronic devices from cell phones to laptops,” the study explains.
Simon Day, a researcher at UCL’s Institute for Risk & Disaster Reduction and one of the study’s co-authors, warns that a dwindling supply of sulfur “could lead to a transition period when green tech outbids the fertilizer industry for the limited more expensive sulfur supply.”
The study poses three scenarios depicting possible sulfuric acid demand between 2021 and 2040. In all of them, demand exceeds supply, which means there are going to be serious problems in the future unless the green energy kick goes by the wayside – and soon.
“Think the food crisis is bad now? Just wait a year,” wrote a commenter at Natural News about where he thinks things are headed. “75% of all grain goes to livestock. When farmers can’t get grain, they butcher their herds. Watch the price of meat rise.”
“The fertilizer problem will significantly drop crop harvests and that will raise the price and decrease the availability of food dramatically starting ‘next year.’ This will affect EVERYBODY, both rich and poor. You cannot buy what isn’t there, though the rich will fare better as food prices rise dramatically next year.”
Another wrote that the problems cropping up in our world seem to be “never ending.”
“What’s next: a shortage of medical supplies? China makes most of our medical supplies. If China attacks Taiwan, how can the U.S. put sanctions on them?”
“The war in Ukraine has very little to do with the coming food crisis,” added another, speculating that there are multiple wars against humanity taking place on numerous fronts.
“The Climate Change farce has everything do to with it. Just ask the farmers in The Netherlands.”
The latest news about the energy crisis and how it affects the food supply can be found at FoodCollapse.com.
Erickson served as state president of the National Beta Club and was a talented golfer. His school’s athletic director, Jeff Lee, said that the teen died doing what he loved.
“Actually what he was doing when the tragedy struck was going out to work on his golf game, and that’s the type of guy he was,” Lee said.
According to Erickson’s parents, he came home after golf practice on Monday, drank some water and decided to go back to the course to practice some more.
However, he did not come home after the sun came down, which concerned his parents. They went to the course to look for him and found him dead on the floorboard of a golf cart on the course’s sixth hole.
The athlete’s parents requested an autopsy, and while they did not know why their son was taken from them so soon, Clint said that the family is trusting God in the midst of the tragedy.
“It was God’s will. We believe it was God’s will for this to happen. It was an unexplainable accident, and it’s just hard. It’s hard and it’s difficult to move on, but we’ve got to move on. But just as a family, we feel blessed that we’ve been able to have him,” he said.
Erickson’s death came just two days shy of his 18th birthday.
He was also set to appear in a production by his school’s drama department on Monday, but they postponed the event in the wake of his death.
“He’s one of those students that just comes around every now and then. And I really enjoyed working with him and he will be greatly missed,” said Rachel Belser, one of his teachers and a Beta Club sponsor.
“He was somebody that always cared about you and would go out of his day to ask you how yours was and try to make it any type of like if you’re having a bad day, he could make it better,” his classmate, Delaney Donaldson said.
While it was okay to be upset and mourn his passing, Donaldson said that it would not be something that Erickson would have wanted.
“Today my mom was like Delaney are you going to go to school? And I was like I’m going to, I mean I’m going to try,” Donaldson shared. “And I was like I feel like I should because I know he wouldn’t be like wanting you to sit around the house just cry about it all day.”
The high school held a bubble release for Erickson on Wednesday, Sept. 14, in honor of his 18th birthday.
Erickson the latest in a string of athlete deaths
Erickson’s death is the latest in a string of sudden deaths that have struck young athletes in recent weeks.
A 17-year-old backup center on the football team of Rahway High School in central New Jersey died in his sleep last week.
An 18-year-old lifeguard at San Benedetto del Tronto in Ital, Lorenzo Squillance, died shortly after beginning to “feel ill.”
On August 30, Eli Palfreyman, a 20-year-old Canadian junior ice hockey star, died during the intermission of a game. He was named captain of his team in Ontario just days prior.
All these happened in the midst of mass vaccination campaign against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), which has recently shifted its focus to vaccinating children and young adults. COVID-19 vaccines had been linked to an increased risk of developing heart inflammation.
In a Sept. 2 letter addressed to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), the CDC director admitted that the agency did not analyze certain types of adverse event reports at all in 2021. This contradicted the public health agency’s earlier remarks that it had scrutinized these reports as early as February of that year.
“CDC performed PRR [proportional reporting ratio] analysis between March 25, 2022 through July 31, 2022,” she wrote. “CDC also recently addressed a previous statement made to the Epoch Times to clarify PRR [analyses] were not run between Feb. 26, 2021 [and] Sept. 30, 2021.”
However, an earlier June 16 letter by CDC Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Director Roger Andoh stated that the agency did not conduct PRR analysis.
“Program staff within the Immunization and Safety Office inform me that no PRRs were conducted by the CDC,” he replied to Divyanshi Dwivedi, legal consultant for Children’s Health Defense (CDC). “Furthermore, data mining is outside of the agency’s purview.”
A month after Andoh sent his letter, CDC official Dr. John Su told the Epoch Times that the agency began performing PRR analysis in February 2021 and “continues to do the same.” Su heads the CDC’s Vaccine Safety Team in charge of the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
This inconsistency led the Epoch Times to reach out to the CDC to clarify if either Andoh or Su was telling the truth. A spokesperson for the public health agency responded in an email: “At no time have any CDC employees intentionally provided false information.” (Related: CDC found lying about COVID-19 vaccine monitoring.)
According to the spokesperson, the false and contradicting information was given because the CDC thought the Epoch Times and CDC were asking about Empirical Bayesian (EB) data mining. Walensky described EB data mining as “a more robust technique used to analyze disproportionate reporting.” However, both the news outlet and health freedom organization specifically indicated PRRs in their queries.
Johnson dissatisfied with Walensky’s explanation
Johnson, ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, did not hide his dissatisfaction over Walensky’s “inadequate and unacceptable” response.
“You have failed to explain why the CDC made inconsistent statements about the data it generates to track these adverse events,” he wrote in a Sept. 12 letter. “Your lack of clarity calls into question whether CDC has and continues to sufficiently monitor COVID-19 vaccine adverse events.”
Johnson’s letter also stated that the public health agency “lacked any justification for why [it] performed PRRs during certain periods and not others.” Moreover, he accused Walensky of providing “no explanation” as to why Su’s assertion contradicted her Sept. 2 letter and Andoh’s June 2022 response to Dwivedi.
“Moreover, even though I clearly asked CDC to provide the data that it supposedly generated to track vaccine adverse events, you failed to do so. This data should be made public immediately to better inform the American people about risks of specific adverse events relating to the COVID-19 vaccines.”
The Republican senator then asked Walensky several questions, some of which are indicated below.
“Why did CDC not conduct PRRs from Feb. 26, 2021 to Sept. 30, 2021 and then decide to conduct PRRs from March 25, 2022 through July 31, 2022?”
“Why and when did CDC decide that it would stop conducting PRRs?”
“Why did CDC misinform the public when it asserted ‘no PRRs were conducted’ and that ‘data mining is outside of [the] agency’s purview’? Who at CDC approved the release of this misinformation?”
Johnson gave a deadline of Sept. 19 for Walensky to respond. The CDC, meanwhile, refused to comment on the matter.