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Japanese COVID deniers claim a vaccine is a form of “population control”

A demonstrator holds a placard that claims, “No one can cure the side-effects of the vaccine! Taking genetically modified vaccination is suicidal!” (ANJ)
A demonstrator holds a placard that claims, “No one can cure the side-effects of the vaccine! Taking genetically modified vaccination is suicidal!” (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19. (ANJ)
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14 Jan 2022 03:01:04 GMT9
14 Jan 2022 03:01:04 GMT9

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TOKYO: A group of activists, including members of a tiny Japanese new political conservative Party, called “Motherland Revitalization Alliance,” took to the streets of the ritzy Ginza district in central Tokyo on Thursday to denounce the vaccination against COVID-19.

The group was led by an anti-vaccine and vaccination passports Lawyer Kuniya Kihara who has said the purpose of the vaccine is population reduction, which, he claims, is not a conspiracy theory but a fact. Speaking through loudspeakers, he accused some local political parties of being part of the problem.

“The vaccine has killed 1,438 from suspected side effects nationwide, but the government has so far not recognized a single case. The Immunization Act stipulates compensation for deaths caused by side effects of vaccines is paid to the bereaved family, but there has never been a case in which the government has recognized a causal relationship between vaccination and death.”

Kihara alleges some politicians have a “vested interest” in the vaccine business “for the goal of reducing the population.”

“Corona vaccines and cervical cancer vaccines, which I have worked on, are aimed at reducing the population and have the effect of making young people infertile.”

The demonstrators marched in the evening wearing no masks and raising slogans such as, “Fix the economy without fear of the coronavirus” and “Covid-19 is a lie.”

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