by Sharon Rondeau

Image credit: Wikimedia Commons, public domain

(Sep. 29, 2021) — On Tuesday evening, The Post & Email published an article about NoMoreSilence.world, which contains scores of stories detailing the ordeals of Covid-19 vaccine victims dating back to early this year.

Prior to publishing, we sent the website a short list of questions, to which the owner responded on Wednesday morning. We publish them here as a follow-up to our original article.

Q. When did you launch “NoMoreSilence,” and how many submissions do you receive each day (approx.)?

A. We have been working with Vaccine victims since January after we lost our father to Pfizer. We/I originally had a FB page with over 115,000 followers although it was totally censored and I am still banned. We worked on the website over many months and it was launched 12 days ago.  We have 1000’s of banked stories although we only put up 3-5 a day.  We work with all of the other groups worldwide.

Q. Whose idea was it to launch the website? 

A. Ria as she oversees everything and works with worldwide groups daily and lost her father to Pfizer in January.

Q. Of those who survived the injections, will you be following their path forward? 

A. Yes, we work with doctors on reversal protocols.

Q. Are you conducting outreach to acquire more stories of negative outcomes, or are people learning of you through word-of-mouth?  (I learned of the website through Dr. Joseph Mercola).

A. We are in contact with every victim personally or their families and we have full support in every country for all victims.


Editor’s Note: A Facebook page for the organization is here. Each post bears a note from Facebook telling readers to “Visit the COVID-19 Information Center for vaccine resources.”

An alternate message reads, “COVID-19 vaccines go through many tests for safety and effectiveness and are then monitored closely. Source: World Health Organization”

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