Queen Elizabeth Urges Britons to ‘Think About Other People’ Before Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine [EUGENICS DESIRING MONARCHY OF DEATH]
“Let me remind you that this bitch runs the British Empire 2.0 TISJ and all its eugenics system including those with the patents to coronavirus and other bioweapon agents. Bill Gates is an ANGLOphile who serves this British Empire and note he’s a Honorary Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire. This fraud isn’t even a Queen as she’s never had a single royal mark and you need three or more to be a Monarch. Now notice how this so-called virus is called a coronavirus why did they pick a coronavirus other than the fact they can continue scamming for years to come? Corona is the halo (the crown) of the Sun and what does this bitch represent? The Crown. Whats one of the other names for the plandemic? Crown Pneumonia Virus. Don’t fall for the tyrannical dictatorship (starting with Imperial Socialism moving into a technocracy) this bitch is trying to install. Not one of these injections has any virus called Sars-Cov-2. Not even the Astrazeneca vaccine has any Sars-Cov-2 as the vaccine uses a chimpanzee adenovirus. The Pfizer and Moderna injections are not vaccines as they’re really gene therapies masquerading as vaccines to get out of liability for their experimental poison. If you use the mRNA gene therapy you’ll be a permanently genetically modified organism if you’re not already in a wooden box with hours, days, weeks or months of stupidly taking the eugenics poison” :The-Unhived:Mind
Queen Elizabeth Urges Britons to ‘Think About Other People’ Before Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine
Queen Elizabeth recently spoke on a video conference with health professionals organizing the UK’s COVID-19 vaccination program in a bid to promote the state’s ongoing efforts to curb the spread of the deadly disease. The UK currently ranks fifth in the world for having the highest COVID-19 case count and death toll, according to Worldometer.
Queen Elizabeth joined a group of health officials on a live-streamed conference on Thursday, and encouraged Britons to think about their fellow neighbor before outright refusing to vaccinate against the respiratory disease.
Speaking from the quarters of the Windsor Castle, the queen told the panel that individuals who refused to take the COVID-19 vaccine should “think about other people rather than themselves,” marking her very first remarks on the subject.
She later described her own experience and indicated that when she received her jab earlier in January, “it didn’t hurt at all.”
“As far as I can make out it was quite harmless. It was very quick, and I’ve had lots of letters from people who have been very surprised at how easy it was to get the vaccine,” Elizabeth added. “Once you’ve had the vaccine you have a feeling of, you know, you’re protected, which is I think very important.”
For the queen, the pandemic has strong similarities to the plague. “It’s not only here that we’ve got the virus but it’s everywhere, so it’s a strange battle that everybody’s actually fighting,” she noted.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the royal family has undertaken multiple efforts to bolster support for the government’s vaccination program. In fact, in light of the surging anti-vaccination debate and strong hesitancy over the vaccine from minority communities, the queen, Prince Charles and Prince William, among other royals, have all taken part in promoting vaccine-related campaigns.
Those campaigns include Prince Charles meeting with volunteers taking part in clinical trials for the COVID-19 vaccine, and Prince William’s recent visit to a vaccination center in Norfolk.
According to The Telegraph, the UK government is planning to double its efforts by launching a new campaign targeting ethnic minority groups through various mediums that will broadcast in 14 different languages. The initiative is expected to also focus on Muslim communities ahead of Ramadan.
To date, a total of 18.6 million people have been given at least their first dose of an approved COVID-19 vaccine in the UK, according to the latest government figures. Only 700,718 Britons have been fully vaccinated against the deadly respiratory illness.