mRNA causing vehicle accidents in the North?

Medical episodes caused by Covid mRNA vaxx are suspected of causing more and more road accidents in the Far North.

Over the past week there have been an unprecedented number of accidents, many with sole occupants of cars hitting trees along the roadside.

A man is fighting for life in the Townsville University Hospital after crashing is car into a tree near Palm Cove on Saturday night

Earlier two people were taken to hospital after a five car pile-up east of Mareeba on the Kennedy Highway.

The Forensic Crash Unit has asked for dash cam footage or any other information about the crashes.

A Cairns medical unit source questioned the high number of accidents saying the increase coincided with the 12 month long Covid vaxx program.

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Posted on August 1, 2022, in coronavirus, Covid vaccines, Covid-19 and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. VACCIDENTS: US Traffic Fatalities skyrocketed across the Board in 2020 and 2021

    July 27, 2022 — Coincidentally, as 270 million Americans get their blood infested with billions of sticky spike proteins and heavy metal nanoparticles that cause blood clots, myocarditis and sudden adult death syndrome (SADS), the communists in Washington, D.C. conveniently blame the infrastructure. Safety first! Except that there’s nothing “safe” about experimental gene therapy injections that never passed clinical trials or got full approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) . . .

    https://www.newstarget.com/2022-07-27-vaccidents-us-traffic-fatalities-skyrocketed-in-2020-2021.html

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  2. Old codger, yepp a great tractor which will still be around a long time after electronics and diesel will have disappeared or is unaffordable. Once diesel will become more and more restricted – back to the “Wood gas cars” https://www.lowtechmagazine.com/2010/01/wood-gas-cars.html

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  3. Yes, back in the day you could fix your car for next to nothing… sometimes a piece of chewing gum or a nylon stocking … I think it may come back to that…

    They talk about going green, just what will they do with all those lithium batteries in electric cars when they are no good…?? the same can be said of solar panels… they are all toxic..and they do not degrade.

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  4. Jo, I concur. I have a 1955 Fordson Major diesel tractor, it starts EVERY time over the first or second compression, there are no electrics on it ( the dynamo was disconnedted by the previous owner and I haven’t bothered to re connect it) I just charge the battery every 3 or 4 months. utterly reliable, and no bloody computer to go wrong, can usually be fixed with #10 bailing wire, bog standard, and bullet proof .Incidentally, my other vehicles are diesel and pre-computer control, and it costs me virtually nothing to fix them.

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  5. David Blake, an electric cargo bike sounds really great until it is realized again that MADE IN CHINA products sold in Australia are Made in China. Repairable? Most unlikely! Spare parts? Most unlikely! Quality of Batteries? Below average!

    That’s why 3 grand for transmission change by a “bush mechanic”. That’s why no warranty in the wild west of Australia. I consider myself blessed to know a mechanic who knows everything mechanical, ways around electronics and much much else. I had my 10 year old Pajero at Mitsubishi for two days and all they could come up with, after changing (and charging for) 3 or 4 components which did not resolve the problem: “It’s the $2000+ computer that could be faulty.”
    Went back to the mechanic at home and he disconnected some sensors, cut some “corners” here and there and the car never had any more ignition problems ever since.

    Once upon a time in OZ EVERYTHING was fixable and reliable, even the mechanics who today need to be fake rocket scientists just to tell the customer you need a new computer for $2000.

    The new world in full swing but as usual not getting anywhere!

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  6. As long as they only take themselves out and not other innocent people, “Bon débarras.”

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  7. On the gold Coast the police call these Vaxidents Cheers James Jones

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  8. Now, concerning fully jabbed airline pilots, ……..

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  9. And still they line up….! Have people completely taken leave of their senses? Did no one not wonder or even question what the word ‘experimental’ might mean when the mRNA was introduced – and this has not changed, it is still experimental..

    People are guinea pigs, and no one, not even Big Pharma knows what long term side effects might be… though we are starting to get a good idea about those now… Millions around the world have been affected.

    I believe over 1000 athletes around the world have died now.. some in the middle of live games.

    Pilot error and near misses are increasing alarmingly in the US, and there are problems in Australia as well.

    It should be becoming very obvious to anyone with any common sense that there is something terribly wrong.

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  10. Dave Blake – at risk of veering off-topic, how do you use you new electric bike to get around? 100 km on a full charge sounds like quite a distance in the urban environment, but there has to be a viable path between origin and destination for that to work.

    A top speed of 25 kph would seem to preclude its use on public thoroughfares (unless you want to be run down or off the road). I know bikes are supposed to have legal access to public roads, but the reality is that many motorists resent their presence and are openly hostile to them.

    To make a tenuous on-topic link, I suppose that restricting transport to 25 kph and mostly to footpaths or dedicated bike lanes might limit the potential for catastrophic accidents – although the allegedly mysterious “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” probably precedes any “unexplained” collisions with trees and other vehicles.

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  11. That’s enough to keep you off the road.  Vax induced heart attacks, can
    strike any age.

    Well, I am now without vehicle, having spent $3,000 on a auto
    transmission overhaul, got it home after being fixed, it overheated
    during a trip to Brisbane. No compensation as the local mechanic took
    out and replaced the unit, the job done by another mob in Brisbane. 
    Each blaming the other for the failure, and no one able to ascertain who
    is to blame.

    That was bad enough, then the computer Smart Lock System took a dive and
    the ignition system failed, and they have quoted another couple of thous
    to replace the computer (if they can find one) and fix the ignition.  So
    I sold it and bought an e-cargo bike.  Hooray for Dave!

    *https://www.sunmono.com.au/product/e-mono-20-electric-cargo-bike-se-20b001-my19/

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    tied with a trailer

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/234245889396?epid=20040113660&hash=item368a249d74:g:KS0AAOSw04Bhb8xo:sc:AU_StandardDelivery!4169!AU!-1

    Trailer has same base dimensions as a bale of sugar cane mulch, so she
    handled 3 bales stacked on the trailer from the local hardware to home. 
    With petrol at over 2.00 a litre as the V8 would not run on unleaded and
    LPG as dear as petrol used to be.  I did a calculation that even if I
    left the car in the garage it costs over $20/week just in rego, RACQ,
    and no insurance.  So it had to go.

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  12. Finally we are waking up to the evil that has been forced upon us

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  13. No surprises. Was only a matter of time. Instrumental in aiding and abetting and perpetuating the globalist tyranny; subjecting others to harmful shedding; increasing displays of regressive and even violent behavioural patterns; lethal ticking time bombs on our roads, in the skies and God knows where else. Short of becoming totally reclusive, there is no safe place for Purebloods.

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  14. What’s all the fuss about?

    Clearly any reference to the mRNA injections is just barking up the wrong tree. That’s just so plainly obvious and self-evident, the entire population of academics and medical boffins have a professional imperative to NOT look in the direction of THAT particular elephant (and terminate the careers of anyone who does).

    Any half-wit can see it’s all just “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” (and ONLY half-wits, btw, irrespective of their pay grade).

    It’s all just an impenetrable mystery. That’s why the Big-Pharma-trained and owned medical profession gets paid such big fat juicy salaries, and those who question the official narrative do not.

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