Are we peaking into the definition of ‘racial genocide’?
If that’s so – no document and union which were created to this day were of assistance to stop what already happened back in the 40s. Hitler and his ideology are back almost a century afterward!
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On April 14, the Biden Administration held a “White House Convening on Equity” via the internet, at which Health and Human Services Director Xavier Becerra made some startling comments regarding vaccinations.
“By the way,” he said during the seminar, “we know that C-19 vaccines are killing people of color- blacks, Latinos, indigenous peoples- at about two times the rate of white Americans.”
Interestingly, Becerra said that a year ago, there were only 50% of people of color who had received at least one Covid shot, but they “got to work” and now boast over 80% that have received at least one shot.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) launched an initiative in September of 2021 called the Partnering for Vaccine Equity (PAVE) which aimed to “reduce disparities in vaccine access and increase vaccination among racial and ethnic minority groups in the United States.” Approximately ‘$150 million in funding to support a wide range of partners working to increase confidence in, and access to, flu and COVID-19 vaccines through community-based outreach programs…[which is] an example of CDC’s broader commitment to addressing health inequities among racial and ethnic minority groups.”
The initiative is still active today through the National Association of County & City Health Officials, which provided funding opportunities with “approximately forty (40) awards in the amount up to $150,000.” The deadline to apply for the program was extended to January 14, 2022, despite the data incoming of the dangers of the shots.
“Another CDC program – PANDEMIC (Program to Alleviate National Disparities in Ethnic and Minority Immunizations in the Community- that targeted minorities for the Covid shots was led by colleges – namely University of Minnesota, Washington University in St. Louis, Montefiore Medical Center of Albert Einstein College, the University of Kentucky, the University of Missouri, Florida State University, and the University of California, Davis.
The goal of that program, which launched in October of 2021 was seen as “increasing adult vaccination rates in rural and minority communities.” The investment cost about $6 million, which saw 2,052 jabs administered, according to Linda Cottler, the senior associate dean for research at the UF College of Public Health and Health Professions.”