Médecins du monde – or Doctors of the World – has officially launched its medical plan on Friday, to ‘take care of’ the vulnerable homeless population in Belgium by offering them free flu shots:
During the coming weeks, teams of volunteers will visit overnight shelters every evening to offer medical and paramedical care to the homeless persons staying in them.
At least 70 nurses, doctors and care providers will be joining in this Brussels mobilisation. In Antwerp, the NGO’s teams will be lending social and medical support to various organisations working with the homeless. On the coast, Médecins du monde already has care sub-branches set up in the Centrum Algemeen Welzijnswerk (CAW) in Bruges and Ostend.
With winter approaching, the homeless run a greater risk of catching the flu, developing respiratory infections and skin disorders or suffering joint pain, according to the organisation. Médecins du monde is, therefore, reaching out to them by launching new projects and increasing its usual interventions.
The NGO also launched a flu vaccination campaign in Brussels for people of no fixed home. “Until the end of December, mobile vaccination teams will be going into social restaurants and reception centres for the homeless. Médecins du monde will be vaccinating the people there free of charge,” medical coordinator Ine Vanden Bussche stated.
Like Doctors Without Borders, Doctors Of The World, which is running this vaccination program, was also founded by the same jewish doctor, Bernard Kouchner, who has deep ties to the communist movement in France.
In 2010, the Jerusalem Post named Kouchner the 15th most influential Jew in the world. His grandparents, of course, were allegedly “gassed” by the “Nazis” at Auschwitz, a seeming prerequisite for all powerful Jews in the world today.
A significant part of the globalization agenda is a planned radical reduction in the world population, and vaccines will play a major role in bringing that about.
And since a recent study showed that only 16% of suspected flu cases actually tested positive for the flu virus, any rational person would suspect that flu vaccines must have another use besides inoculating against the flu, consider all the known side effects.
A 2014 study revealed that 100 elderly people who took part in clinical trials for a new high-dose flu vaccine died after receiving their ‘life-saving’ shots, which may lead one to suspect death is not, in fact, an undesirable side effect of the flu vaccines.
Considering health authorities and non-profits like Doctors Without Borders have been caught using free tetanus shots in Africa to sterilize the local populations, the idea that flu vaccines are being used to cull the homeless population is hardly a stretch.