If you live in or near Stockholm or Gothenburg in Sweden, or Oslo, Norway, or Munich, Germany, please consider attending one of the candlelight vigils scheduled for Sunday, December 10, 2023.
The Nobel Prize Protest Committee consists of the Doctors' Call, the Nurses' Call and the Democracy and Human Rights Party (MoD), are encouraging people to organize candlelight vigils around the world to commemorate the estimated 17 million deaths from the COVID-19 vaccines worldwide.
The candlelight vigils are a protest against this year's Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology being awarded for research on the mRNA vaccine. The aim is to establish December 10th this year as a global day of remembrance for the victims of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Starting next year, it is proposed that December 8th instead be recognized as the international day of remembrance for COVID vaccine victims around the world. This date marks the historic day when the first COVID vaccine was officially administered to a woman in the UK. Therefore, we suggest that this day be recognized as the international day of remembrance going forward.
On December 8, the first mRNA vaccine shot in the world was officially administered to a woman in the UK. https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-55227325
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine will be awarded to two scientists who helped develop the technology behind so-called ‘mRNA vaccines’.
The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet will award the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine jointly to Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman for their discoveries concerning nucleoside base modifications that enabled the development of “effective” mRNA vaccines against COVID-19.
Considering the death and damage to billions of people that this technology has caused, the awarding of the Nobel Prize to Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman for their “discoveries” is an insult to all of humanity.
Sven Román, chairman of the Doctors’ Appeal
Lotta Harming, Chair of the Nurses’ Appeal
Andreas Sidkvist, party leader MoD – Human Rights and Democracy
Please use #NobelPrizeProtest when sharing the appeal.
LOCATION: Mynttorget in Stockholm, Sweden
DATE AND TIME: December 10, 2023 at 18:00
We will have torches, flowers and a coffin. Bring Funeral candles, your own flowers, and pictures if you have any relatives or loved ones who have been injured or died of the COVID Vaccines.
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Wake Following the Candlelight Vigil:
Join us for a memorial drink after the candlelight vigil to meet other like-minded individuals.
LOCATION: Gustav Adolfs Square in Gothenburg, Sweden
DATE AND TIME: December 10, 2023 at 16:00
People will have torches, flowers and a coffin. Bring Funeral candles, your own flowers, and pictures if you have any relatives or loved ones who have been injured or died of the COVID-19 “vaccines.”
LOCATION: Prime Minister’s residence, Inkognitogata 18, in Oslo, Norway
DATE AND TIME: December 10, 2023 at 17:00
People will gather outside the residence of the prime ministers home in Oslo on the 10th of December at 17 PM
An international guest will speak. Great if you bring grave candles.
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LOCATION: Königsplatz München/Munich, Bavaria, Germany, in front of the Propylaea
DATE AND TIME: December 10, 2023 at 16:45
The candlelight vigil at Königsplatz in Munich in front of the Propylaea (Propyläen) on 10 December 2023 (the day of the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony in Stockholm) will be held for those who have lost their lives due to the covid-injections. We will also honour those who mourn their dead loved ones and those who have been injured by the injections.
In addition, we will show that we do not approve of the Nobel Committee´s decision.
Please bring candles or the lights which are placed on graves, as they might be easier to use in case of wind and rain. Do also bring images of your loved ones and/or your wishes for this candlelight vigil in written form. Bring your mobile phones or cameras to take pictures and share them on social media. You might also want to send them to your loved ones and friends.
We will mourn the dead in silence at 17:00 for a minute as all the others will do at their respective vigils. We will stay at the Propyylaea as long as we feel the need to do so. It is an opportunity not only to lay down our candles and wishes, but also to meet like-minded people and chat with one another. Yes, we are human beings who need the companionship of one another in the analogue world.
Please keep in mind that this is meant to be a totally dignified and peaceful event without any type of misconduct.
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