The Vaccinazi Body Builder and Today’s Neo-Soviet Pravda The Economist Magazine

September 18, 2021 at 11:04 pm (Commentary, Geopolitics and International Relations, History, International Intrigue, News, Sorcery, Technology, Vampire novel) (, , )

British MP Renfield R. Renfield was about to deliver an editorial comment on the most recent issue of The Economist Magazine.

He was making this editorial comment for the Set News Network.

“Before I make my editorial comment,” Renfield explained, “My good friend Yaldabaoth the Irish Leprechaun would also like to make an editorial comment about the most recent issue of The Economist Magazine.”

A video clip is then shown of Yaldabaoth the Irish Leprechaun having a bowel movement in a rural outhouse.

When he’s finished his bowel movement, instead of reaching for a roll of toilet paper, he reaches for the latest issue of The Economist Magazine and uses its pages to wipe his muckchute sparkling clean.

Joe Biden, who’s watching Yaldabaoth’s editorial comment on television, remarks to his wife Jill, “Do you know what I could use about now?”.

“W-w-w-what?” Jill asked rather hesitantly.

“A kindergarten class here in my bedroom,” Biden answered, “so I could sniff the hair of all the young little girls. I don’t care if they’re vaccinated or not, I just want to sniff their hair.”

“You pervert,” the ghost of the real life Alice who knew author Lewis Carroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) grabs the stuffed dead body of Biden’s dog Champ who’s been clinging to the senile old fool’s leg and begins hitting Biden over the head with it.

Renfield began his editorial comment, “The Economist Magazine (a literary subsidiary of the Rothschilds), like all supporters of global tyranny across the globe, are in favour of vaccine mandates…”

“Don’t I support vaccine mandates?” Joe asked Jill as he was being beaten to a pulp by Alice.

“Yes, dear,” Jill left the room.

Renfield continued, “And with the penetrating accuracy of a U.S. military drone strike on terrorists in Afghanistan which ends up killing aid workers and children, The Economist has the audacity to say that vaccine mandates are vastly popular. They say cougar chasing frog Macron’s vaccine passport in France is extremely popular.”

Renfield shows a video of Parisiennes rioting in the streets of Paris and battling with French police.

“A fine example of the Macron vaccine passport’s popularity,” Renfield pointed out.

“The Economist also stupidly says that vaccine passports are popular in America,” Renfield noted.

Renfield then shows a video of brawls breaking out in New York City’s restaurants when people without vaccine passports are not let in.

“A fine example of Communist tyrant Bill de Blasio’s vaccine mandate’s popularity,” Renfield commented.

Renfield finished his editorial with these words, “The Economist Magazine is like the newspaper Pravda in the days of the old Soviet Union. What it says, writes and postulates is the total opposite of what actually exists in reality.”

Renfield moves on to the subject of Covid vaccines in general.

“Vaccines are government tested and government approved we’re told,” Renfield noted, “So was the Kabul evacuation plan. So was U.S. General Mark Milley’s security clearance. The unvaccinated imperil the vaccinated we’re told. If so, then most of us have been getting the reasoning behind vaccination wrong for decades.”

The Set Enterprises Network then showed a public service announcement on vaccines given by an aging girly man, former California governor and famous family scion of a member of the Sturmabteilung (SA), “Screw your freedom. Dad was a Nazi Brownshirt and I have made a career out of my pecs and my skills at cinematic violence, but you peons are not free to think for yourselves.”

Courageous German fraulein: She took off one of her spiked stiletto high heeled shoes and hit a Nazi Sturmabteilung (SA) militia member right where it hurt.

Sadly not hard enough. He went on to sire a muscle bound all brawn no brain body builder who became a Hollywood star, California governor, sexual harrasser of innocent goats and enemy of freedom in America.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Saturday September 18th
2021.

2 Comments

  1. voodooville said,

    Pravda (truth) and Izvestia (news) were two propaganda organs that masqueraded as newspapers in the old Soviet Union. Soviet citizens had a saying… “There is no news in Pravda and no truth in Izvestia” – quote from the internet.

    Wiping one’s ass with The Economist Magazine or any newspaper is not recommended. It’s like cleaning shit with bull shit 🙂

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