Russian Authorities Shut Down Website That Tracks Vaccine-Linked Deaths

The mark of a truly safe, Pfizer-dominating vaccine

Russia does not have a VAERS-like system that allows doctors to report suspected vaccine injuries. In fact, according to a Russian physician who has spoken out against his government’s inhumane compulsory injection decrees, doctors are given verbal instructions to omit possible vaccine-related complications from their patients’ medical records.

It’s an interesting way of doing things. Since there is no data, there are no problems.

“Not a single serious case of complications” has been registered since the start of Russia’s nationwide vaccine rollout, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin. [It helps when you aren’t registering anything.]

This is just not true.

With the government denying the very existence of serious vaccine-linked injuries, a grassroots campaign,, was launched to create an unofficial database of suspected victims of the experimental drugs being pushed onto the Russian people.

While far from perfect (the same could be say of VAERS, obviously), this database was an attempt to collect reliable, verifiable information about Russians who likely died due to vaccine complications.

Unfortunately even this modest attempt at basic transparency was apparently too threatening to Sputnik V’s unassailable safety record. The website announced on its Telegram channel on January 12:

Yesterday our website host, following a letter from some comrade major [a term typically associated with FSB/secret service-type people], turned off our website

Do they really think that this is the end of the truth? Yes, we prepared for this three months ago.

The database continues to be regularly updated and sent out.

No passaran [“the enemy shall not get past”]!

Your humble Moscow correspondent contacted Denis Shulga, the St. Petersburg resident who created He told us that he didn’t have more details about why his site was shuttered—only that the plug was pulled at the instruction of an “unknown law enforcement officer.”

Sputnik V godfather Alexander Gintsburg says his unproven slurry is 100% safe. No need for post-vaccination data!

The good news is that their backup site,, is still functional. — imagine the size of this “list” if there was an actual government monitoring system…


It’s absolutely incredible that non-Russians think they are being “pro-Russia” by shilling Sputnik V on social media. Please, when you come into contact with these horribly confused people—help them see the error of their ways.

Source: Edward Slavsquat

  1. ken says

    Brings back those fond memories of the USSR. Only now leaner and meaner and today includes the Western ‘free’ nations.

    Yes, everything Mr. Putin accomplished is now being pissed away for a bunch of geezers at the WEF and associates. Well, he’s a geezer too and has to look out for his retirement to nice uninhabited Australia. (lol)

    Awhile back Mr. Slavsquat mentioned gold being shipped out of Russia. That was probably the ‘buy a seat at the table fee’ for the WEF. Just a guess….

    1. Margaret says

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  2. XSFRGR says

    There is a reason for the vaccine push in Russia; Russia is in great peril from a bio-war with the U$. This has been developing since the breakup of the Soviet Union. The effort began when Jewish bio-war experts fled to Israel after the breakup, and the effort was perfected in the several U$/Israeli bio-weapons labs that are conveniently positioned on Russia border. MARKO, THIS IS OBVIOUS, AND YOU NEED TO ADDRESS IT !!

    1. Dale says

      N’ah, just turns out that Putin’s a weenie like almost all the rest.

      1. XSFRGR says

        How does Putin’s weenie effect the situation ??

  3. Listens Skyblue says

    HI FOLKS, I was, for a while believing that Putin was a good man, but his constant going along with peace efforts and meetings and finally his backing off doing anything about wiping isis out of Sryia and leaving the area to Turkey convinced me he was taking orders from Someone. Then the vaccine and the stand up of Russia backing off began to suggest perhaps a little light from Putin. Unfortunately not. Here is the story of the wstern vaccines and of Sputnik (which is also no different) and thank you Edward Slavsquat for your enlightened views.

    1. Raptar Driver says

      2014 was the 1st crack in his cult of personality.

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