Support the work of the Nobel Prize Protest and the upcoming memorial day, you can now donate easily

The Nobel Prize Protest campaign started on December 2, but our work is far from over by Sunday, December 10. We plan to continue establishing an international memorial day for everyone who has been harmed or fallen victim to the COVID vaccines. Next year, December 8 will be the memorial day. We will produce articles, send out newsletters, lobby responsible authorities and politicians, and shape public opinion so that those who have been harmed can get help and those who have died due to mRNA injections will be recognized and remembered.

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For those of you living in Sweden

If you live in Sweden and have Swish, you can also Swish your gift to this number:

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Mark the deposit “Memorial Day”.

Thank you immensely for your generous contribution, which enables this vital work to be carried out!

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One response to “Support the work of the Nobel Prize Protest and the upcoming memorial day, you can now donate easily”

  1. Signing for my children and future generations

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