Soros’ NGO urges Serbia to make vaccination compulsory
13.01.2022 | www.kla.tv/21292
Jugoslav Kiprijanović, father of four children, is editor of the Serbian page of the portal International Family News. He writes: “Soros’ spokesman in Serbia, Milan Antonijevic of the Open Society Foundation, is pushing for the vaccination of children.He recently declared as a guest on TV Prva: “The state has the right to introduce online courses for the unvaccinated”. Whether unvaccinated children – at school and elsewhere – are discriminated against in the process does not matter to this “human rights activist”. The main thing is to repeat George Soros’ mantras. Soros is using countless organisations such as the European Court of Human Rights, the media and networks of NGOs around the world – not just in Serbia – to influence policy to push the vaccination agenda.” Here is a quote from Milan Antonijević: “All children must be allowed to attend school, but it is possible for the state to introduce online courses for the unvaccinated, which is not a restriction, but a measure to prevent the spread of infection and is in line with human rights. It is up to the state to enable online teaching and everything else is legally based.” Jugoslav Kiprijanović continues: “Mr. Milan Antonijevic advocates that healthy children should not have the same right to education and enjoy the same conditions as vaccinated children of the same age. […] The website of the Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices of the Republic of Serbia regularly updates information on all marketing authorisations for medicinal products, including vaccines against COVID-19 […]. She informed about the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis – an inflammation of the heart muscle and pericardium respectively – after administration of the Pfizer mRNA vaccine. […] To be clear, I have nothing against the decision of adults to get vaccinated if they believe that this way they will be protected and gain better immunity. The adult bears the risk himself and is responsible for his actions and decisions. I also have nothing against those who do not want to be vaccinated – it is their right to decide this. But with children, the situation is different. There are too many inconsistencies that I, as a parent, responsible for my children before God, family, ancestors and descendants, do not agree with.