Getting tough with the anti-vaxxers

Chief Stipe

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Steam Flyer

Sophisticated Yet Humble
Eastern NC
Great source there, Slug.

Funny thing, all the real news I can find about Germany's Minister For Health Lauterbach has him saying that science is successfully creating updated vaccines and recommending German people should get them.

Is this some tidbit taken out of context by RWNJ "news" or is it completely fictional bullshit?

veni vidi vici

Omne quod audimus est opinio, non res. Omnia videm
The "message" is a lie.
Check Reuters, AP, Christian Science Monitor, BBC, any actual news on what the German Health Minister is saying about covid vaccines.

Oh and while you're at it, check what really happened with Sweden.
Of the same sources as before… SMF’n head
Not to be confused with Unix time, which is called Epoch time.
The Epoch Times
Front page of The Epoch Times New York edition for March 18, 2016
TypeInternational newspaper
Owner(s)Epoch Media Group
Founder(s)John Tang
PublisherEpoch Media Group
FoundedMay 20, 2000; 22 years ago
Political alignmentFar-right[1]
LanguageMultiple, mainly Chinese and English
Headquarters229 W. 28th St.
New York, NY 10001
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The Epoch Times
Traditional Chinese大紀元時報
Simplified Chinese大纪元时报

The Epoch Times is a far-right[1] international multi-language newspaper and media company affiliated with the Falun Gong new religious movement.[29] The newspaper, based in New York City, is part of the Epoch Media Group, which also operates New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television.[30] The Epoch Times has websites in 35 countries but is blocked in mainland China.[31]

The Epoch Times opposes the Chinese Communist Party,[32][33][22] promotes far-right politicians in Europe,[8][10][22] and has supported former President Donald Trump in the U.S.;[34][35] a 2019 report by NBC News showed it to be the second-largest funder of pro-Trump Facebook advertising after the Trump campaign.[30][36][22] The Epoch Times frequently promotes other Falun Gong-affiliated groups, such as the performing arts company Shen Yun.[34][24][37] The Epoch Media Group's news sites and YouTube channels have spread misinformation and conspiracy theories, such as QAnon and anti-vaccine misinformation,[34][40] and false claims of fraud in the 2020 United States presidential election.[43]