Russian Civil Liberties Watchdog Pushes Back Against Vaxxy Moscow Mayor

Virtually every country is coercing people into getting vaccinated with some version of the deadly coronavirus vaccine.

The Russian version, at least, is not an mRNA vaccine, and in fact seems like it is likely a placebo (not that I would ever take any of these vaccines, mind you).

The difference is that in Russia, there is actually someone defending the people who don’t want to take the risks involved with the vaxx.


Russia’s human rights commissioner has said she is receiving a large number of appeals from citizens over new rules requiring many workers in public-facing jobs to sign up for coronavirus vaccines, amid a new spike in infections.

Ombudsman Tatiana Moskalkova, the country’s civil-liberties watchdog, told listeners to the Vesti FM radio station on Tuesday that she was concerned about the measures that have been imposed in Moscow, St Petersburg and in a number of other regions. In the Russian capital, 60% of employees working in industries like hospitality, transport and entertainment venues will have to have received the jab.

“I believe that pushing vaccinations in this way is a dishonest game – a dishonest action,” she said. “Of course, the idea itself is correct, to protect society,” Moskalkova added, warning, however, that “the mechanisms by which it is being implemented are giving rise to mass psychosis and making people fear coercion.”

“Most importantly,” she said, “it is not clear why those who do not go for the vaccine should be discriminated against, because they have antibodies – they have already been ill – or they cannot for medical reasons.”

Moskalkova gave the example of the mining giant Norilsk Nickel, one of Russia’s largest businesses. “All their employees were told that if they do not get vaccinated, they won’t ever be able to go on summer vacation and they can forget about their bonuses. There are a huge number of threats, [including that] they will be fired,” she said.

Officials in Moscow published the order last week, as the city set a record for its maximum daily number of recorded Covid-19 cases since the start of the pandemic.. Describing the epidemiological situation as “unfavorable,” the city’s top sanitary doctor, Elena Andreeva, warned that “there is an increase in the number of people who actively visit public places while sick,” attending venues and using mass-transit systems.

She was pushing back against the extremely VAXXY Mayor of Moscow, who is trying to force everyone in the city to get vaxxed to hell.

Defending the requirements for those serving the public to be vaccinated, the Mayor of Moscow, Sergey Sobyanin, said that “ultimately, it’s up to everyone to get vaccinated or not,” he said. “You can protect yourself or hope that everything will work out… This is a personal matter… as long as you sit at home or in the country.”

“But when you go out into public places and come into contact with other people, willingly or unwillingly, you become an accomplice of the epidemiological process. This is the chain link for the spread of a dangerous virus,” the mayor said.

The underlying issue here is that Moscow values are not much different from New York values.

But vaxx values appear to be a global phenomenon.

The Philippines, for whatever reason, has gone ultra vaxxy.


Angered by the country’s low vaccination rate, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has said he may jail people who refuse to get the shot against coronavirus.

Duterte vented his frustration over vaccine hesitancy during a cabinet meeting late on Monday night.

“If you don’t want to get vaccinated, leave the Philippines,” he said, as quoted by the PNA news agency. “Go to India if you want, or somewhere to America. But for as long as you are here and you are a human being and can carry the virus, you should get vaccinated.”

The president asked the government to identify those who refuse to get the shot. “I will order their arrest, to be honest,” he said. “Choose – get vaccinated or get imprisoned?”

Duterte, who is known for using straightforward and crass language in public, was quoted by the Rappler news website as saying, “If you don’t want to get vaccinated, I’ll have you arrested [and] then I’ll inject a vaccine into your buttocks.”

And to think, I used to have respect for this guy.

The Philippines was once a free country, and now it is a vaxx country. They have gone as insane as France or the UK with their lockdowns – only it’s worse, because in the Philippines, a months-long lockdown can mean starvation or at least serious hunger.

The vaxxists are a cancer on the whole earth, and threaten to run us into the ground.

However, I am starting to be encouraged that everyone who has been vaxxed is just going to die, and the world will be a much better place after clearing out the human garbage.