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Typenation state
Member ofCommonwealth of Nations, Pacific Community, UN
Pacific island nation that might have been the site of dry run for Covid.

Not to be confused with American Samoa.

Samoa, officially the Independent State of Samoa, is a Polynesian island country consisting of two main islands (Savai'i and Upolu); two smaller, inhabited islands (Manono and Apolima); and several smaller, uninhabited islands.[1] As of 2020, the population was 202,506.[2]


Samoa is located 64 km (40 mi) west of American Samoa, 889 km (552 mi) northeast of Tonga (closest foreign country), and 1,152 km (716 mi) northeast of Fiji. A colony of the German Empire from 1899 to 1915, then came under a joint British and New Zealand colonial administration until 1 January 1962, when it became independent.[3] Overall Samoa has strong links with New Zealand, where many Samoans now live and many others were educated.[4]

Covid jab dry run?

In 2019, the population was told to put a red flag outside their house to identify them as unvaccinated, to help in the door to door drive to "vaccinate" the entire Samoan population.[5].

Dr. Ah Kahn Syed believes Samoa might have been the testing ground for a release of a SARS-like coronavirus in November 2019 - via a UNICEF sponsored vaccine, to prove that the population of the world could be intimidated and coerced into accepting mandatory vaccinations.[6]

An unusually virulent measles outbreak occurs in 3 neighbouring Pacific island nations (also neighboring Fiji and Tonga) just weeks aafter delivery of a vaccine from UNICEF.

The "solution" was very similar to Covid. There were major issues getting hold of medical treatments for those affected. Basic medical care, including standard measles treatment of Vitamin A, Vitamin C and other supportive measures, was denied to the children of Samoa.[7]

Instead, the Samoan government mandated measles vaccination for children and brought in the Chinese army to help[8][9]

To nudge any Samoan dissenters to bow to its will, the government also locked the country down with school closures and bans on gatherings and encouraged use of face masks.[10] The population was told to put a red flag outside their house to identify themselves as unvaccinated.

At a time when 90% of the entire population was "vaccinated", the death rate in the Samoan measles outbreak of November 2019 was 40 times the usual death rate for measles in developed countries. The final death toll was 83.[11] The

Around the time of this outbreak, Ralph Baric - implicated in enhancement of SARS-Cov-2 - was involved in the construction of an unusual measles-coronavirus chimera in which the measles component is homologous to strain D8 measles (the strain declared in Samoa). [6][12]