Russian authorities shut down website that tracks vaccine-linked deaths
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Russia does not have a VAERS-like system that allows doctors to report suspected vaccine injuries. In fact, according to a Russian physician who has spoken out against his government’s inhumane compulsory injection decrees, doctors are given verbal instructions to omit possible vaccine-related complications from their patients’ medical records.
It’s an interesting way of doing things. Since there is no data, there are no problems.
“Not a single serious case of complications” has been registered since the start of Russia’s nationwide vaccine rollout, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
With the government denying the very existence of serious vaccine-linked injuries, a grassroots campaign, stopvaczism.ru, was launched to create an unofficial database of suspected victims of the experimental drugs being pushed onto the Russian people.
While far from perfect (the same could be say of VAERS, obviously), this database was an attempt to collect reliable, verifiable information about Russians who likely died due to vaccine complications.
Unfortunately even this modest attempt at basic transparency was apparently too threatening to Sputnik V’s unassailable safety record. The website announced on its Telegram channel on January 12:
Yesterday our website host, following a letter from some comrade major [a term typically associated with FSB/secret service-type people], turned off our website stopvaczism.ru.
Do they really think that this is the end of the truth? Yes, we prepared for this three months ago.
The database continues to be regularly updated and sent out.
No passaran [“the enemy shall not get past”]!
Your humble Moscow correspondent contacted Denis Shulga, the St. Petersburg resident who created stopvaczism.ru. He told us that he didn’t have more details about why his site was shuttered—only that the plug was pulled at the instruction of an “unknown law enforcement officer.”