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The BBC’s “Unvaccinated”: The Pandemic Dataset – Part 3

Iain Davis

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In Part 1 we looked at the propaganda and manipulation techniques used throughout the BBC programme “Unvaccinated with Professor Hannah Fry.”

In Part 2 we considered the undisclosed conflicts of interest that apparently led some of the BBC’s chosen “experts” to make some misleading statements.

Yet perhaps the greatest single deception of all was in the BBC press release announcing the programme, which read:

Professor Hannah Fry is a British Mathematician who worked on the data that helped bring the UK out of its first lockdown.

This was incredibly disingenuous of the BBC. On the contrary, Prof. Fry worked on the data that helped put the UK into lockdown.

She was a major contributor to what became known globally as the BBC Pandemic Dataset, which, as we shall see, was central to creating of the myth of a pandemic—central, that is, to creating a pseudopandemic.

The Pseudopandemic

Absent the perception of a pandemic, there could have been no possible justification to advocate for a universal vaccination campaign. Yet, from the start, many scientists pointed out that there was little-to-no evidence to substantiate the WHO’s declaration of a “global pandemic.”

There was virtually no asymptomatic transmission; there was no proof that children were at risk or presented an infection risk; in the UK, the average age of mortality “with” COVID-19 was 82, at a time when the average age of mortality from life (all cause) was 81 for men and 83 for women.

Such evidence was ignored by the BBC and Prof. Fry, who maintained that the “global pandemic” necessitated mass vaccination.

People in the UK widely believed that the pseudopandemic was real, not because the scientific or statistical evidence was clear but because the government spent billions with PR firms to run “hard-hitting” media campaigns designed to convince them of it.

This intense propaganda, combined with the censoring or deplatforming of any scientist or expert who questioned the COVID-19 narrative and/or the COVID vaccine narrative, ensured that the general public never learned the real, relevant facts about either the disease or the jab.

The vast majority who believed the pandemic was real were willing to accept a government policy response that, prior to the vaccine rollout, was based upon non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs). Lockdowns, social distancing, mask-wearing and track and trace are all examples of NPIs.

Even if the pseudopandemic were not pseudo but a genuine pandemic—which it wasn’t—the NPIs deployed by the UK government would have been justified only in the most extreme circumstances.

In 2019, the WHO published a piece titled “Non-pharmaceutical public health measures for mitigating the risk and impact of epidemic and pandemic influenza.”

In it, the WHO concluded that lockdowns—the “quarantining of healthy individuals”—were “not recommended because there is no obvious rationale for this measure.”

The WHO also advised that social isolation for the sick should be done only for a limited period of time. It did not recommended isolation for “individuals who need to seek medical attention.” It ruled out work closures because of their destructive impact on the economy. The WHO advised shutting down business activity only in “extraordinarily severe pandemics.”

The WHO found “no obvious rationale” for contact tracing—test and trace. It did not recommend the widespread use of face masks, for “there [was] no evidence that this is effective in reducing transmission.”

The prevailing epidemiological understanding was that lockdowns and other NPIs were largely counterproductive. Yet, in defiance of the WHO’s statements and rationale, governments around the world willfully pushed these NPI measures on their citizens just a few months later.

It would not be long before the so-called science emerged to back up these policy decisions. One of the first was reported by Flaxman et al in 2020. It was funded, not surprisingly, by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) and the US government. Based on “pandemic models” produced by Imperial College London (ICL), the Flaxman et al. paper suggested that, suddenly, lockdowns reduced the rate of infection by 82%.

When a team of German researchers tried to replicate the paper’s results, they found that the published conclusions were mainly based on assumptions and circular reasoning. The German adademics said:

Purported effects are pure artefacts, which contradict the data. Moreover, we demonstrate that the United Kingdom’s lockdown was both superfluous and ineffective.

Researchers from Stanford University said the Flaxman paper was “highly misleading” and suffered from “serious selective reporting, providing the most favorable estimates for lockdown benefits.” Turning their attention to the ICL models, the team of epidemiologists at Stanford concluded:

Lockdown appeared the most effective measure to save lives in the original analysis of 11 European countries performed by the Imperial College team[.] [. . .] These impacts were highly exaggerated[.][. . .] Claimed effects of lockdown are grossly overstated[.] [. . .] This bias can have devastating implication if it leads to adoption of harmful measures.

Many epidemiologists and other experts were angered by the Flaxman et al. paper. They made it clear that most governments, the UK’s among them, were pursuing NPIs contrary to all epidemiological understanding.

In 2006, Prof. Donald A. Henderson, the person largely credited with winning the fight against smallpox, published Disease Mitigation Measures in the Control of Pandemic Influenza. His refutation of NPIs noted:

There are no historical observations or scientific studies that support the confinement by quarantine of groups of possibly infected people for extended periods. [. . .] Such a policy would also be particularly hard on and dangerous to people living in close quarters, where the risk of infection would be heightened. [. . .] Travel restrictions, such as closing airports and screening travelers at borders, have historically been ineffective [. . .] It might mean closing theaters, restaurants, malls, large stores, and bars[.] [. . .] Implementing such measures would have seriously disruptive consequences[.] [. . .] [A] manageable epidemic could move toward catastrophe.

In the years since Henderson’s 2006 paper, epidemiologists, immunologists, virologists and public health statisticians have not changed their views, as the WHO’s 2019 publication demonstrates. There was no evidence-based reason to change their opinion.

The UK government acknowledged and understood all of this. In its 2011 Influenza Pandemic Preparedness Strategy, the UK Department of Health (its name at the time) did not recommend any of the NPIs that the government subsequently rolled out for COVID-19. No lockdowns, no masks (except in very rare circumstances), no school closures and no travel restrictions were advised.

The Department considered business and economic continuity absolutely essential, for public health reasons as much as any other. Public health officials knew that pointless NPIs would mean “a manageable epidemic could move toward catastrophe.”

As part of that 2011 strategy, the UK government said that vaccine development should be prioritised only “[i]f it is not possible to limit the spread by achieving herd immunity, where so many people are immune that the disease cannot continue to infect people to maintain itself in the population. ”

This is what the science of epidemiology suggests to this day. Nothing has changed.

Prof Knut Wittkowski

Prof. Knut M. Wittkowski is one of world’s leading epidemiologists. He developed the science behind—and has coined the term—“reproduction number” (R0). Speaking in April 2020, he said:

With all respiratory diseases, the only thing that stops the disease is herd immunity. About 80% of the people need to have had contact with the virus. [. . .] We are experiencing all sorts of counterproductive consequences of not well-thought-through policy[.] [. . .] [W]e will see more cases among the elderly[.] [. . .] [W]e will see more death because of this social distancing. [. . .] I have been an epidemiologist for 35 years, and I have been modeling epidemics for 35 years [. . .] but it’s a struggle to get heard.

Prof. Wittkowski was censored online and “cancelled” by the MSM for expressing his eminently qualified opinion. The way his voice was suppressed exemplifies how impossible it has been for scientists who question the pseudopandemic to reach the public. Policymakers refused to listen, preferring to hear only from the scientists whose work supported their policies.

Without any apparent explanation, epidemiology was flipped on its head during the pseudopandemic. The resultant NPIs did nothing but deepen the crisis.

The UK government reduced NHS capacity and then told citizens they needed to “stay home to protect the NHS” by “flattening the curve.”

Again, locking down was already known to be both pointless and likely to increase mortality.

Nobel chemist and statistician Prof. Michael Levitt analysed the outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan from the beginning. He published his findings and reported that infection rates peaked and then started to decrease in Wuhan in early February 2020.

He demonstrated from this distribution that he could calculate what the infection and death toll would eventually be—regardless of NPIs. His predictions of around 3,250 deaths and 80,000 infections by mid-March were unerringly accurate.

Since the view of Prof. Levitt, like that of many other scientists, contradicted the BMGF-funded alarmism of ICL’s models that were instrumental in providing alleged justification for NPIs, his work was censored and removed from search engine results.

Shortly after the WHO declared the pseudopandemic, then-UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the measures the UK government intended to take in response. Those measures included numerous NPIs.

The only path offered by the UK government out of the social, economic and public health disaster that NPIs created was the so-called vaccines.

According to the official narrative, “vaccines” were the only possible salvation from COVID-19. Whenever potential COVID-19 treatments were found, the WHO and governments around the world ensured that they wouldn’t be adopted. Protecting vaccine development superseded saving lives.

The reality on the ground: the damage supposedly caused by COVID-19 was overwhelmingly the direct result of the policy decision to use NPIs. The “catastrophe” this would cause was already understood and entirely predictable. Catastrophe was actively pursued by the policymakers.

In announcing that it had decided to ignore established epidemiology, the UK government (like many other governments) simultaneously claimed that all of its decisions were “led by science.” However, given that this “science” was actually contrary to the prevailing “science,” we must ask: Where did it come from and who were the scientists pushing it?

At this point, you may be asking still another question: What has any of this got to do with Prof. Fry and BBC programming?

BBC Contagion and the The Haslemere Experiment

“Unvaccinated” is hardly the first questionable “documentary” the BBC has broadcast. In 2018, it produced another called Contagion: The BBC4 Pandemic. The programme chronicled the activities of Prof. Fry as she presented the public face of a BBC data-harvesting operation that began in 2017.

In preparation for “Contagion,” the BBC commissioned the development and rollout of a smartphone app:

The Pandemic app has been created as part of a BBC citizen science event that aims to identify the human networks and behaviours that spread infectious diseases.

The idea was that the GPS location of the app users would be tracked and contact between users recorded. A large database of people’s movements and interactions would be created, enabling mathematicians, statisticians and data modellers to create simulacra of epidemics and pandemics. The BBC added:

[W]e hope the research will benefit everyone in the UK by helping plan for future outbreaks. [. . .] This anonymous information will be stored on secure servers and only accessed by the App developers and the researchers.

An excellent researcher called Pighooey pointed out the key objective of the BBC experiment, as stated in its own “about the app” description:

The data collected between December 2017 and December 2018 will contribute to this new gold-standard set for use in future simulations and in wider Pandemic research.

In other words, the data harvested by the BBC was intended to create simulated, not real, pandemics. This may seem obvious, but it is key to understanding the impact that BBC’s Pandemic Dataset would have. This was not a “model” of a pandemic based upon “real-world” data, but rather a mathematical construct dependent upon assumed epidemiological inputs.

The BBC also said of this app:

The BBC Pandemic App received an Invest Northern Ireland Grant for Research and Development.

Invest Northern Ireland (INI) is a part of the UK government’s Department for the Economy. INI says of itself that its purpose is to “provide strong government support” focused upon “delivering the government’s economic development strategies.”

The BBC went on to say:

The study is funded by the BBC and organised by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine [LSHTM] and University of Cambridge, in collaboration with app developers Big Motive and programme-makers 360 Production.

The fact that the UK government and the BBC “invested” in the data-gathering project means that the effort was paid for by UK taxpayers and license-fee payers.

Julia Gog

The experience benefited Big Motive—the BBC’s app developer. Big Motive subsequently produced the UK’s first COVID-19 contact tracing app in Northern Ireland—the StopCOVID NI app.

Similarly, the eventual NHS Test and Trace app for England and Wales was, in part, developed by Zühlke Engineering, whose UK academic partners are Imperial College London (ICL) and the University of Cambridge (UoC).

Again, it seems that UoC’s collaboration with the BBC and the UK government in the “Contagion” experiment proved valuable for Zühlke. As we shall see, the BBC Pandemic Dataset certainly did.
The Surrey town of Haslemere was carefully selected as the epicentre of the simulated outbreak, with Prof. Fry playing the role of “patient zero.” The choice of Haslemere initially led to some consternation among the mathematicians involved in the modelling.

In an article published in the Journal of Epidemics, Prof. Julia Gog said:

In the TV programme we first simulated a detailed outbreak in the town of Haslemere, and this was to be the seed of the national outbreak. [. . .] In particular, we were asked to ensure that the epidemic was seeded in Haslemere. [. . .] It is commonly believed that these epidemic establishment sites are likely to be major population centres. [. . .] While the single introduction in Haslemere may be contrived, there is also no reason to reject the possibility of a major outbreak being introduced in such a town.

Prof. Gog has never disclosed who it was that insisted the BBC’s fake pandemic should be “contrived” to start in the relatively small town of Haslemere. We might suspect that the request came from either the BBC or the government. Both, after all, were paying for the research.

It is almost an incalculable coincidence that the next pandemic in the UK, called COVID-19, supposedly broke out in Haslemere. The first patient in the UK to be treated for COVID-19 was a man who flew in from China. But the first supposed UK infection befell a man who, remarkably, lived in Haslemere.

The BBC reported that he was “from Surrey” yet didn’t think it worth mentioning the town he lived in. The local press, for whom Prof. Fry’s 2018 “Contagion” experiment had been a big deal, did think it interesting. Calling the coincidence “bizarre,” Surrey Live wrote:

The coronavirus outbreak in Haslemere has thrown up a bizarre coincidence to a BBC Four experiment series that was also filmed in the town two years ago. [. . .] The outbreak in the Surrey town has drawn spooky comparisons to the programme ‘Contagion: The BBC Four Pandemic’, which aired in March 2018. [. . .] The confirmed case on Friday (February 28) was the first patient to have contracted the virus from within the UK.

Just as the BBC’s “Contagion” team modelled.

The BBC Pandemic Dataset

The BBC Pandemic Dataset, as referenced in Klepec et al. 2018, enthused statisticians and mathematical modellers around the globe. Researcher Pighooey tracked down footage of Prof. Gog speaking in 2017, prior to “Contagion,” explaining the reason for their excitement:

This is the big one for us, [. . . .] [T]his data set will be made available to all scientists. [. . .] I don’t know anything like it. So there is a lot of interest from colleagues who have got in touch, [asking for access to the data—asking] “is there anything other people can have?” And it’s like, yeah, you can have all of it. [. . .] Off you go, and it will be the BBC Pandemic Dataset.

This anonymised dataset has been publicly available since 2020 and available to the global scientific community since 2018.

Encouraged by its initial success with the app in Haslemere, the BBC began the second phase of its data-gathering experiment. This time it rolled the app out nationally. Aiming to recruit at least 10,000 people, the BBC successfully enrolled nearly 29,000. In “Contagion,” Prof. Fry claimed that the data would enable scientists to predict the impact of various non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs):

What’s so exciting about the data we have gathered is that mathematicians can now use it to test a range of interventions. What if we closed schools? How would that impact the number of people infected? And shutting down places where people gather, or asking them to stay at home? Now that we have this data there are all manner of possibilities that could be tested.
Fry opined:

The BBC Four pandemic experiment has created a valuable legacy. [. . .] We now have a new gold standard dataset for pandemic research. A vast amount of information that will be shared with mathematicians from the Department of Health and pandemic researchers nationwide. [. . .] Better models mean better health care for all of us.

BBC Four’s “Contagion” experiment with Prof. Hannah Fry was more than 70 minutes long. It had plenty of time to mention sharing the data with the UK government but did not do so until the last minute. Encouraging as many people as possible to download the BBC’s forerunner to the Track and Trace apps, Prof. Fry concluded the programme by claiming that the BBC and the “Contagion” team had helped to unleash “the life saving power of mathematics on what the government considers the greatest threat to our society.”

We should ask if it was not, in fact, the BBC and the subsequent exploitation of the “Contagion” experiment by the UK government that created the greatest threat to our society.

Multiple Frys

The BBC Pandemic Dataset Model

The harvested dataset enabled the BBC “Contagion” team to model a national pandemic and to claim various benefits for NPIs. This virtual reality simulation assumed a set of disease characteristics. They assumed the disease was spread through asymptomatic transmission. Prof. Fry said:

You can be infectious for a whole day without feeling ill. Meaning you can carry on about your normal everyday business without realising that you’re spreading a disease.

The team assumed a high and consistent reproduction number, or R0 value, of 1.8. This refers to the number of other people a single infected person infects. The assumption in the model was that 1 person infects 1.8 others. Thus, as more people were infected, they each spread the disease asymptomatically. The rate of growth was fixed and, assuming no one was immune, drove the simulated “contagion” unendingly.

Starting their simulation in Haslemere, assuming an R0 of 1.8 and almost instant asymptomatic transmission with no possible immunity, the BBC plugged its app data into its model.
It predicted 43M infections and assumed every one of those would result in illness—and could therefore legitimately be called a “case.” The BBC also assumed a “worst case scenario” case fatality rate (CFR) of 2% and predicted 900,000 deaths in less than nine months.

Following the “worst case scenario” predictions, Dr Adam Kucharski from the LSHTM speculated that the next pandemic would be a zoonotic virus that might break out in rural Southeast Asia. The prediction of a zoonotic virus was reinforced by Prof. Wendy Barclay from Imperial College London. Prof. Barclay also explained how mutation of spike proteins could leave us with no immunity to “new strains.”

Dr Chloe Sellwood, head of pandemic planning for NHS England, spoke about how the NHS would cope if the “worst case scenario” occurred:

So if you think about 50% of the population being affected [. . .] if all of those cases happened in one week, that’s a really big short, sharp peak. Lots of cases. If we can slow the spread over a much longer period[,] that reduces the impact on the NHS and makes it much more manageable.

Her concerns were echoed by Dr Chris Chiu, a researcher for Imperial College London, who said that pandemics were “regular occurrences.” He stated:
What we saw from the last flu pandemic in 2009, which was a relatively mild disease, was that our health service was almost unable to cope.

In truth, there was no 2009 “pandemic.” There were just 18,500 confirmed H1N1 influenza deaths globally. It didn’t even constitute a bad flu season.

During “Contagion,” Prof. Gog spoke to Prof. Fry about targeted vaccination of alleged “super spreaders.” All this chatter was based upon the assumption that infection is asymptomatic and practically instant. Prof. Fry suggested:

So if you take those out, vaccinate them so they are immune to the virus, and see how it changes.

Assuming that vaccination would stop transmission, Prof. Gog adjusted the simulation and Prof. Fry concluded that targeting just 10% of alleged super-spreaders would reduce infection rates by 40%. She added:

Our app enabled us to identify super-spreaders in Haslemere. But in the real world people who work in busy places like schools could also be super-spreaders.

Prof. Gog then simulated the impact that handwashing could have in the faux pandemic. Gog’s subsequent model produced results that suggested handwashing could save 13M lives and slow the transmission of an airborne respiratory virus.

This led Prof. Fry to conclude:

If we all commit to changing our behaviour, there are ways to slow the pandemic.

Summary of the BBC Contagion Model

A zoonotic virus emerges in Southeast Asia. It soon spreads to the UK, where the first domestic infection is identified in Haslemere. From Haslemere, as a consequence of asymptomatic transmission and a high R0, the contagion spreads around the UK, striking the major urban areas first and hardest. Super-spreaders create hotspots of infection that rapidly overwhelm health services.

No one is immune. Contagion is more or less instant, and infection and transmission are asymptomatic. Consequently, just being infected makes you a “case” of the disease, symptoms or not. The only hope is a vaccine that stops transmission of the virus. But the virus mutates into potentially more dangerous forms (variants).

Due to the high death rate, until a life-saving vaccine stops infection and transmission, the people need to follow government orders, change their behaviour and commit to using NPIs.
Measures that could be useful focus upon “slowing the spread” (flattening the curve) in order to protect the NHS. Other suggested measures could include telling people to “stay at home” (lockdown), “shutting down places where people gather” (social distancing) or closing schools and businesses. Handwashing (hands, face, space) could also flatten the curve and reduce the spread of an airborne respiratory virus.

Sound familiar?

Who Used The BBC’s Dataset and the Model

Throughout pseudopandemic, the UK government said it took its scientific advice from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies—SAGE.

In 2021, Prof. Gog spoke about how the BBC Pandemic Dataset was used and by whom. She revealed that the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling (SPI-M), the  predictive modelling team within SAGE, picked up the Dataset and was looking at her research in 2018, following the BBC’s experiment.

The World Health Organisation declared a global pandemic on the 11th of March 2020, but SPI-M had already been modelling future pandemics, using the BBC data, for more than a year. Prof. Gog also spoke about her own participation in SPI-M and SAGE that began in February 2020. She noted:

SPI-M was all about gearing up for having the modelling groups at the ready in the case of a pandemic. [. . .] With COVID-19 a lot of people are asymptomatic, and there are other diseases which look like COVID-19, so you’ve got to have testing. [. . .] [S]ome types of tests have imperfect sensitivity. So even understanding surveillance of the current situation has been surprisingly complex. [. . .] We’d guessed already at that time that closing schools would do immense harm to children, and now the evidence for that is much clearer.

SPI-M was focused on predictive models that could inform policy decisions. In February 2020, shortly after she’d joined SPI-M, Prof. Gog gave an interview to the Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CRIM) in which she revealed more about how SPI-M was working during the pandemic.

Prof. Gog acknowledged the paucity of empirical data SPI-M could access. She seemed uneasy:

It might be more comfortable for us to say “we don’t have enough data, we can’t do this,” but we should try and do what we can.

Wendy Barclay

Prof. Gog was an academic caught in a dilemma. Her expertise was in constructing models from empirical data. Once in SPI-M, however, she was asked to produce models, based upon little evidence, predicting empirical data. A very different proposition.

Given what we now know about the harm caused to children by the lockdown measures, for example, the professor’s discomfort was understandable. But it is not as if these harms were unknown. Many warned about them prior to any decision being made to shut schools.

Prof. Gog wasn’t the only scientist involved in the BBC “Contagion” experiment who later advised the government as a member of SAGE. Prof. Wendy Barclay (SAGE) and Dr Adam Kucharski (SAGE and SPI-M) joined her. Dr Chloe Sellwood became a member of the New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group (NERVTAG).

Many of the first to write papers based upon the BBC Pandemic Dataset also “advised” the UK government’s COVID-19 response. Dr Petra Klepac (SPI-M and TCF), Dr Stephen Kissler (SPI-M), Dr Joshua Firth (SPI-M) and Dr Lewis Spurgin (SPI-M) added to the group of scientists who based their advice upon the BBC Pandemic Dataset.

But what did this “advice” amount to?

In 2009, the UK government’s senior scientific advisor on the Misuse of Drugs, Prof. David Nutt, was effectively sacked by then-Labour Home Secretary Alan Johnson. Nutt was forced to resign after he delivered a briefing paper in which he said that the scientific evidence showed that LSD, ecstasy and cannabis were less harmful than tobacco and alcohol.

Nutt’s crime was not that he was wrong but that he had questioned the government. His scientific advice had damaged the government’s policy decision to “give the public clear messages about the dangers of drugs.” It didn’t matter to the government that its advice and prohibition polices were causing harm to public health. It mattered only that its pet scientist had undermined its authority.

As pointed out by Prof. Andrew Maynard:

Perhaps Nutt’s greatest crime is that he sincerely – and altruistically[,] I believe – tried to speak truth to power. He attempted to provide decision-makers with a sound scientific and evidence-based foundation on which to base policies that would improve people’s lives. [. . .] His downfall was that he was working with a government that seems to believe in speaking power to truth rather than truth to power – deciding what is right first, then bolstering this up with evidence!

Hypothesis

In 2018, using data they started gathering in 2017, the BBC modelled the future UK pseudopandemic in minute detail, right down to where it allegedly began.

Many will argue that this is to be expected: the scientists knew what they were doing and their predictions turned out to be accurate. That is possible, though the Haslemere coincidence stretches plausibility beyond breaking point.

There is another major problem with that argument. The BBC “Contagion” team did not predict a “real pandemic.” They modelled a fake pandemic based upon epidemiological assumptions that do not match the subsequent empirical data observed during the COVID-19 disease outbreak.

Asymptomatic transmission, no possible immunity, a persistently high R0, all infections leading to “cases,” high disease mortality and near-instant infection and transmission were not features of COVID-19 epidemiology. COVID-19 (symptomatic illness) did not spread through populations like wildfire. Only a few were affected; most were not.

So, if the dynamics of COVID-19 were completely different from those assumed in the “Contagion” model, how is it possible that the supposed COVID-19 “pandemic” appears to have been practically identical to the fake one made up by the BBC in 2018? Right down to where it began.

The BBC’s model mirrored the pseudopandemic because the MSM and the government portrayed “the COVID-19 pandemic” as described by the model, not by the empirical data. There may well have been a novel respiratory disease making the rounds. Some will say even this isn’t true, but given all we know now, it is evident that the “pandemic” narrative we were told to unquestioningly accept is the fictional one broadcast by the BBC in 2018.

To further substantiate this hypothesis, consider this: The NPIs that were foisted upon us all had no epidemiological basis. There was no aspect of the COVID-19 disease that warranted any of the NPIs that were deployed. Again, the use of NPIs was only suggested by the models—most specifically by the BBC’s “Contagion” model and later by Imperial College’s Report 9, which was yet another “model.”

Earlier we asked who the scientists were who were “pushing” the science that ran contrary to all known epidemiology. We’ve just listed some of the many scientists involved with the BBC “Contagion” experiment who worked with the BBC Pandemic Dataset and were “selected” by the government to allegedly provide it with “advice.”

They weren’t chosen simply because they were leading scientists. They were chosen because they were already working on scientific research that the government could exploit to justify policy decisions it had already taken.

NPIs were the objective, not the response. COVID-19 was the excuse, not the cause.

Government policies caused the turmoil and misery that the vast majority perceived to be a pandemic. Government policies increased the mortality risks for the most vulnerable and perpetuated the myth of a rampant disease. The government turned a relatively minor disease outbreak into a “catastrophe.”

The government “invested” in the BBC’s “Contagion” experiment and then used the subsequent “science” to simulate a national pandemic. It was a pseudopandemic designed with the complicity of the BBC, which then acted as one of the government’s leading propagandists, selling the model it created to a terrified public.

Conclusion

There is no criticism of the principle of vaccination made in this series of articles. To question the COVID jabs is not to question vaccination as a potentially useful public health strategy. There may be questions to be asked about vaccine schedules, but they are not asked here.

The BBC’s “Unvaccinated with Professor Hannah Fry” was a disgraceful piece of propagandist junk. The BBC set out to deceive its audience and promote government policy, and that is all that its programme achieved.

The whole premise of the so-called debate, that the majority of the population need to take the jabs but that some refuse to do so, was a lie. The vast majority of those who chose not to take the jab didn’t need one in the first place. Unfortunately, the injected were predominantly coerced. Coercion was the basis of the so-called vaccine’s widespread adoption.

The programme presented by Prof. Fry was scientifically illiterate. It denied the scientific principle of doubt and omitted all evidence that undermined its propagandist message. There was no debate, no “exploration” and no value in it for anyone except the pharmaceutical corporations and the government.

The BBC had no right to deceive the public by claiming that Prof. Fry “helped bring the UK out of its first lockdown.” Nothing could be further from the truth.

It is truly amazing that the UK public continues to pay for propaganda through the BBC license fee. The people face a crushing cost-of-living crisis that, despite attempts to blame everything on the Ukraine conflict, began long before the 2020 pseudopandemic.

That cost-of-living crisis was exacerbated by another NPI, as the government printed money like confetti to fund an unemployed populace—a populace locked up and isolated in their homes.

The majority have already sacrificed many of their freedoms on the altar of the “new normal.” When the heating is rationed this winter, we might wonder what else people will forego to afford to watch their tell-lie-vision.

You can read more of Iain’s work at his blog IainDavis.com (Formerly InThisTogether) or on UK Column or follow him on Twitter. His new book Pseudopandemic, is now available, in both in kindle and paperback, from Amazon and other sellers. Or you can claim a free copy by subscribing to his newsletter.
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Kampong Lad
Kampong Lad
Aug 27, 2022 4:26 PM

What bothers me here is not how could they have got it all wrong but why would they, seemingly intelligent people all, persist in attempting to manufacture truth out of palpable lies? I salute the writer for this excellent exposition, but wonder if the conclusion I am making now is what he is leading his readers to without – whatever the reasons – having to state it out loud. A spine-chilling thought. Thank you also to the commenters, whose views are often as valuable as the main article that provoked them.

Nigel Watson
Nigel Watson
Aug 18, 2022 12:08 PM

I’m not surprised that the BBC is able to pull off stupid stunts like this, because the UK’s educational system has become utterly corrupted. I’m posting this on A Level results day, but how many know that our educational system has become utterly corrupt. The elephant in the room is dyslexia. Did you know that dyslexic students get 25% extra time in their GCSE and A Levels? Did you know that you need to spend £2000 on an educational psychologists report to be diagnosed with dyslexia and thus get the extra time? Did you know that some private schools hire educational psychologists to maximise the number of students who get extra time? In some private schools, up to a third of the students get extra time because they are apparently dyslexic?? What are the costs to society of the dyslexia fraud? https://odysee.com/@nigelwatson19:3/The-Dyslexia-Scam:7

William Sabre
William Sabre
Aug 18, 2022 7:30 AM

There is no criticism of the principle of vaccination made in this series of articles.

The principle of vaccination should be criticised (maybe in a seperate article), the fundemental principles of modern medicine should be criticised because it is a most important aspect of life that has been almost totally corrupted and has now become almost useless.

For instance; the rise in high cholesterol, treated with a mass statin roll-out, is largely caused by liver and gall-bladder issues that are linked to anger and resentment emotion. IBS is a sign of a leaky gut issue, a dysfunction linked to all manner of serious disease and death if left untreated and is largely ignored by doctors. Both of these serious issues are epidemics in UK but modern medicine only mistreats the symptoms leaving the disease to develop and spread.

William Sabre
William Sabre
Aug 18, 2022 7:50 AM
Reply to  William Sabre

In most cases, cancer, is just pre-existing disease that was left untreated for years or decades until the cell regeneration corrupts. High cancer rates is just a representative of an utterly ignorant useless medical system and a national impoverished lifestyle. It’s staring us in the face.

Iain Davis
Iain Davis
Aug 19, 2022 12:13 PM
Reply to  William Sabre

I have critcised it in an entire series of articles (also available as a pdf download) if you are interested:

https://iaindavis.com/vaccines-part-1/

https://iaindavis.com/vaccines-part-2/

https://iaindavis.com/vaccines-part-3/

https://iaindavis.com/vaccines-part-4/

pdf: – https://iaindavis.com/xgneuf34f0x/

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Aug 18, 2022 4:44 AM

Convid-19: “I don’t read the script, the script reads me…”

…- Or something…

KiwiJoker
KiwiJoker
Aug 18, 2022 7:09 AM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

Pre-scription

New Name
New Name
Aug 18, 2022 3:53 AM

A Long Article

But was it required knowing that the propaganda mills produce lies their masters ask them to concoct ? Convid of course dwarfed everything that preceded it. However the psyop was perpetrated and it was and still is history’s greatest propaganda success. Dissecting the process that the Bankster’s Bullshit Concocters used is of secondary importance today. I would like investigation of Pfizer’s poison prick factories, analysis of the contents and strategies to counter the genocidal campaigns that have killed and maimed so many and continue to do so.

my parents said know
my parents said know
Aug 18, 2022 1:26 AM

Iain- Open Society?

Irwin
Irwin
Aug 17, 2022 10:17 PM

Fabulous expose, but maybe your conclusion is be a little too optimistic? Here’s an alternative conclusion that may wind up being correct? This video has been selectively worded to pass YouTube censor bot’s. Enjoy.



les online
les online
Aug 18, 2022 7:28 AM
Reply to  Irwin

By “selectively worded” do you mean it doesnt mention the ‘de-pop’ word ?
Still, it managed to get little billy gates de-pop message across…
Probably the reason the youtube censors let it pass ?

Mr Y
Mr Y
Aug 17, 2022 10:12 PM

“German monkeypox patient whose nose started to ROT because his undiagnosed HIV and syphilis left his immune system ravaged”

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11119463/Pictured-Monkeypox-patient-nose-started-rot.html

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banana
banana
Aug 17, 2022 4:56 PM

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Mike
Mike
Aug 17, 2022 1:22 PM
Johnny
Johnny
Aug 17, 2022 1:01 PM

ABC’s Normie Swan will have this Doomumentary on high rotation.

banana
banana
Aug 17, 2022 12:33 PM

https://interestingengineering.com/health/immune-feature-covid19-infections

A hidden immune feature may have spared unvaccinated people from COVID-19 infections

It’s an antidote in the immune system.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Aug 17, 2022 6:45 PM
Reply to  banana

THERE IS NO SUCH FUCKING THING AS COVID, WHY DO PEOPLE KEEP SAYING THERE IS

Alan Vaughn
Alan Vaughn
Aug 19, 2022 1:45 AM

Amen.
Thank You Marilyn.

Edwige
Edwige
Aug 17, 2022 12:28 PM

Laughable attempt by globalist sewer to re-package UBI:

https://theconversation.com/how-much-money-do-people-want-to-achieve-their-ideal-life-our-research-gave-a-surprising-result-186250

“Our recently published research found instead that only a minority of people actually have unlimited wants, and that most would be happy with a limited, if still significant, sum of money.”

Recent research finds what globalist want shock! Oh look how many countries they happened to survey!! It’s not 32 and it’s not 34…

They clearly have picked up that UBI has a bad name and have stopped using the term – but shit by any other name smells as bad.

red lester
red lester
Aug 17, 2022 1:11 PM
Reply to  Edwige

The sick joke of UBI is the inequality of benefit and welfare in the UK currently. There are plenty of dirt poor paying over £10 per prescription to the medical high priests, or surviving on £77 per week subsistence. The globalists however, want to give income to everyone regardless of need.

ChronoChris
ChronoChris
Aug 17, 2022 12:22 PM

We know these vaccines don’t provide any lasting benefit. We know that they are not safe. The Omicron variant is very mild. What are the ethics in trying to persuade a group of people to take them?

Clearly, the BBC doesn’t have the best interests of the group in mind, regarding their health.

Is it trying to punish the non-belivers? Or forcing them to confess their errors?

Mr Y
Mr Y
Aug 17, 2022 8:51 PM
Reply to  ChronoChris

> The Omicron variant is very mild.

Does it exist at all?

ChronoChris
ChronoChris
Aug 18, 2022 10:51 AM
Reply to  Mr Y

I don’t know whether Omicron exists or not (however, what they are labelling as Omicronis very mild). I don’t know whether Covid is just the flu. All I know is that these vaccines are harming and killing people. To debate whether viruses exist at this point runs the risk, in my opinion, of distracting us and weakening our arguments against these specific vaccines.

The point I was trying to make in my original comment is that if you wish to persuade a person to take a particular medical treatment, there is only one criteria: it is in the best interest of the person you are trying to convince. The BBC programme has other motivations.

Mike
Mike
Aug 19, 2022 9:16 AM
Reply to  ChronoChris

You would need to prove there was a virus before you could even begin to make the case for the injection being “a vaccine”/ “medical treatment”. Without that it is clearly poison and attempted murder/ manslaughter.

Patrick L.
Patrick L.
Aug 17, 2022 11:57 AM

pending

Duckman
Duckman
Aug 17, 2022 11:40 AM

while we post-mortem just one of the mechanisms that have allowed tptb to push us closer to the edge its also maybe time to consider some of the potential scenarios further down mc carthys road

https://www.globalresearch.ca/nuclear-war-will-eliminate-more-than-5-billion-people-oppose-war/5790335

yes im aware that many dismiss the nuclear argument as another psyop, i wasnt there in horishima but i did witness the effects of chernobyl in n/e uk

George Mc
George Mc
Aug 17, 2022 10:55 AM

Spring 2020 marks the beginning of an audacious assault on the whole public configuration of the planet. The Matrix movie stands as an ideal for the proposed social model I.e. a model from which all true sociality has been removed and all relationships are coordinated by a central nexus controlled entirely by invisible overseers.

As with so much else, this was prophesied by Philip K Dick whose Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch envisioned two drugs: Can-D which offered a shared experience whereby the participants could interact, and Chew-Z supplied by the sinister Eldritch who would separate all into their own individual prisons where Eldritch himself would enter as Absolute God with total control over what the participants experienced, thus confining each in a world from which there could be no escape – not even death.

William Sabre
William Sabre
Aug 17, 2022 11:32 AM
Reply to  George Mc

K. Dick was another pre-programmer for the overlords, flooding eldritchian Lovecraftian occultic symbolism into the public consciousness, it runs through all modern hollywood, comics, pop music, sci fi, fashion, science and relates to the idolic nature of subconscious hidden fears. I could show you a breakdown of it but I don’t know how to upload images on this comment section.

George Mc
George Mc
Aug 17, 2022 2:19 PM
Reply to  William Sabre

The point I was making was about the crucial difference between empathy and psychopathic monomania. But if occult symbolism lights up your anger centres then yeah whatever.

William Sabre
William Sabre
Aug 17, 2022 10:08 PM
Reply to  George Mc

That’s the point. It’s not occult anymore, its mainstream, transferred to the mass consciousness through hopelessness Lovecraftian symbolism, although its probably older than him and he was probably a committee.

Patrick L.
Patrick L.
Aug 17, 2022 10:47 AM

Two-minute smartphone film of an incident on a train somewhere in Germany yesterday:

Welcome to New Normal Germany …

https://twitter.com/consent_factory/status/1559260540681310211

From the comments:

“In a way, the fact everyone now knows masks do frig all is more the point- it’s like training a dog to be obedient no matter how stupid the instruction.”

“Grabbing her drink was assault. That woman exemplifies the kind of petty tyrants that emerge in a society with unjust arbitrary rules. Frustrated with their own lives, they take power in their own tiny fiefdom.”

And, of course: “Why doesn’t someone stop her? Intervene? Anyone?”

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Aug 17, 2022 1:30 PM
Reply to  Patrick L.

Gotta laugh at the idiot who’s harassing this woman. She’s not going to buy his tune – tells him so, and stands several inches taller when she stands up. He’s lucky she didn’t knock his stupid ass out. The comments are typical Twitter responses. No brain – just “smart” phone buttons.

Mike
Mike
Aug 17, 2022 11:38 PM
Reply to  Patrick L.

Best way to intervene is for everyone to stop wearing breathing inhibitors. Wearing them is a crime of aiding and abetting in genocide. They are a threat to global health. People in Japan are letting down the whole world. As the saying goes: “A nail that sticks out gets hammered”.  😆  We need to hit Japan hard as wearing breathing inhibitors there is a hangover from the ‘spanish flu’, that is causing massive harm to the whole world.  😡 

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Aug 17, 2022 10:31 AM

The craft of graft

El Zafio
El Zafio
Aug 17, 2022 10:19 AM

Holy cow, this is old news.

Iain goes after the pretend-firemen, instead of latching on to the appearing notion that most real fires throughout time were caused by toxicity – in its broadest sense – and not some make-believe virus-particle arsonists.

Brian Sides
Brian Sides
Aug 17, 2022 11:23 AM
Reply to  El Zafio

Old news
Yes we are all goldfish with goldfish memory.
It is not the current thing or what we are told is the current thing.
Clearly a lot of work has gone into research in Ian’s work, the book , video ,articles etc.
The video makes the point of the reason all that is happening.
Again it is the old problem reaction solution.
They want to (need to) introduce programmable money.
But people may not want it. So first create the problem disrupt the peoples lives , the job market , prices etc. Then wait for the reaction as people demand the government save them. Then provide the solution with the Central Bank Digital Currency. Give you a nice new account with your debt wiped out and maybe £200-£2000 deposit to start with.
People will love it
They wont mention that this is programable money. But it’s ok we can trust our western governments this wont be like the China social credit score system.
They will also start making cash no longer legal tender. Notice how old £5 , £10 and £20 notes get retired after less and less time in circulation.

banana
banana
Aug 17, 2022 12:47 PM
Reply to  Brian Sides

exactly, the governments are fast approaching the financial endgame. They need to raise interest rates to combat out-of-control inflation… but can’t because it would cause its bankruptcy.

In other words, it’s game over.

They have no choice but to “reset” the system—that’s what the money-changers do.

Brian Sides
Brian Sides
Aug 17, 2022 8:26 AM

The article while very good but it does kind of give the impression that it was all UK based. With BBC and UK scientists and universities. But this was a world wide fake pandemic.
We know that there were previous attempts . The 1976 fake swine flu , The 2009 fake swine flu , Ebola , Zika. The many planning documents and exercises . The World Health Organization , Bill Gates and much preparation.
The data gathering that was based on fake assumptions like asymptomatic spread of infection. The results of the exercises based fake assumptions could only produce the expected fake results. This bad data could then be fed into the bad models to produce the desired predictions. But where did these fake assumptions come from.
The World Health Organization stuck with mask are no good for six months before switching , They have flip flopped with asymptomatic spread. But have put out the required message when required. So we have to look at those that control the World Health Organization. Think tanks like the Rockefeller institute and those that fund them.

William Sabre
William Sabre
Aug 17, 2022 8:57 AM
Reply to  Brian Sides

WHO’s flip flopping was 100% gaslighting and to confuse and make the process look decentralised, maybe the UK was a spotlight to blame any discrepencies or maybe it was localised to pacify the locals. For instance; in UK we hear Ferguson and Imperial College London as providing all the evidence for the lockdown, mandates, etc. Ask a german or a chinese where the evidence came from, were they told Ferguson and ICL as well, it would be interesting to know?

Tommy
Tommy
Aug 17, 2022 1:39 PM
Reply to  William Sabre

I don’t follow The News™ much, but here in Denmark they were immediately referencing the Ferguson model when it came out and The Experts™ were arguing for lockdown.

It generally seems to me none of The Experts™ are comfortable standing for the basic premises of their scaremongering and are always looking for some “established science” to defer to as the presupposed foundation for their “scientific analysis.” Also, don’t forget the emails that leaked out in Germany around the beginning of 2021 (even though almost no one reported on them), wherein the Interior Ministry was directly requesting certain The Experts, including Christian Drosten, to specifically produce “scientific assessments” which would support “restrictive” policies.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Aug 17, 2022 9:55 AM
Reply to  Brian Sides

The blame lies mainly with the UK and Neil Ferguson and that ridiculous ”model” predicting 45 million deaths.

William
William
Aug 17, 2022 11:25 AM

Is this what is reported in Spain, Germany, China, Mongolia, Australia, India, Japan, are Ferguson and ICL names given in local newspapers during and after March 2020, ‘cos otherwise it seems they are scapegoats?

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Aug 17, 2022 11:52 AM
Reply to  William

The governments here in Aus. are still using the model, they are in other countries too because no one ever rescinded the model and WHO kept peddling it. Countries did not lock down until that model came out so no they are not scapegoats.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Aug 17, 2022 10:47 AM
Reply to  Brian Sides

HIV/AIDS was the and still is the biggest pre convid “virus” hoax.

Mike
Mike
Aug 17, 2022 11:29 AM
Reply to  Brian Sides

fake assumptions like asymptomatic spread of infection

Only questioning asymptomatic spread is also an assumption that the symptomatic spread is true. Epidemological data does not prove infection so there is another false premise included. You could have a ship full of people with scurvy but the data would not be evidence scurvy was “an infection”. These assumptions have come from the germ theory.

Hele
Hele
Aug 17, 2022 7:01 AM

AJoni Mitchell quote comes to mind- with the current penchant towards “experts”;

“I heard someone from the music business saying they are no longer looking for talent, they want people with a certain look and a willingness to cooperate.”

Ort
Ort
Aug 17, 2022 9:02 PM
Reply to  Hele

Put slightly differently, this is another instance of the authorities (i.e., the powerful and the “experts”) simply “redefining” terms to suit their agenda.

Wonderland’s Humpty Dumpty asserted that “When I use a word… it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less.

Similarly, the music biz poobahs have redefined “talent”: it used to mean “artistic virtuosity”, but now “talent” means “having a certain look and a willingness to cooperate”.  😡 

siamdave
siamdave
Aug 17, 2022 6:51 AM

I generally like Iain, this ‘There was virtually no asymptomatic transmission’ is the kind of stuff the bad guys get up to – this was one study from one particular place at one particular time, and it is completely invalid to generalize to the overall situation – something the CDC etc liars do regularly, but ‘we’ the ‘truth seekers’ are not supposed to do. seeing things like this just casts doubt over everything the writer writes – if they play fast and loose with one thing, what else are they being less than honest about????

Iain Davis
Iain Davis
Aug 17, 2022 7:13 AM
Reply to  siamdave

Thanks siamdave for scrutinising the claims made in the piece. I couldn’t agree with you more about the importance of evidence and avoiding generalisation. I cited the Wuhan study because, with a cohort of nearly 10M, it is by far the biggest. Obviously I can only cite one per claim made.

However, it is far from the only study to make the observation that asymptomatic transmission was very rare (possibly some very late, low level pre-symptomatic.) Here are a couple more.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7219423/

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2774102

Even Antony Fauci said:

“In all the history of respiratory-borne viruses of any type, asymptomatic transmission has never been the driver of outbreaks.”

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Aug 17, 2022 9:56 AM
Reply to  Iain Davis

Because asymptomatic means healthy. or hypochondriac. It was the crackpot doctor in Australia, Norman Swan who started the deranged bullshit for WHO

William Sabre
William Sabre
Aug 17, 2022 9:19 AM
Reply to  siamdave

There are two people in a house, over the previous five years person A has had flu 5 times and person B has had it twice, on only one occassion did they suffer similar symptoms at a time that overlapped. Why?

1) Germ Theory/Virus Theory = because person B had better immune system, t-cell immunity and defeated it before symptoms developed, except for once when it was probably a novel influenza and person B had no built immunity .

2) Terrain Theory = person B had a better diet, cleaner body and their body could better expel poisons from its environment and food that entered into their bodily system, their cleansing organs were functioning better, so when the time came for an impulse to expel poisons from messages of natural environment or from non-material input from person A through sympathetic nervous system equilibrium, person B’s body declined in developing expulsion symptoms (i.e. sneeze, inflammation, sweat, pleghm congestion, cough, the flu).

Latin; Virus means poison
Spanish; Influenza means influence; from latin influere to flow into.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
Aug 17, 2022 5:46 AM

What amazes me is how seemingly unconcerned people such as Hannah Fry are about the possibility of them suffering consequences if the fraud becomes widely exposed. How can they be so confident that what happened to those fingered as Nazi collaborators won’t happen to them? I have to admit that the head-shaving of the Nazi collaborators made little impression on me as I know that so very many people – just like now – had to be going along with what happened but I would have some concern in their situation. Certainly, I can understand that they might feel the chances are remote but nevertheless … how can they be so sure, especially when so many people are jab-injured or killed.

Today I went to a hi-tech wellbeing place and tried hyperbaric therapy the pressure of which didn’t agree with my ears so I tried cryotherapy instead which was pretty invigorating. When the assistant mentioned a client having hyperbaric three times a week, I expressed wonder at so much. She responded that the client was having it because of the myocarditis she started suffering as a result of the jab and she told me there were other clients there for the same reason. I asked her if she’d had the jab herself and whether she’d suffered ill-effects and she told me she’d had it only because she’d been unemployed for awhile and couldn’t afford to be unemployed longer. As a result the length of her menstruation had increased and she was also experiencing spotting which she hadn’t before. She told me she had a friend who’d worked for Legal Aid (how ironic) who’d had her job terminated because she refused the jab and had taken up cleaning toilets instead and another unjabbed friend who fortunately did not have an employer who pushed too hard for her to have it.

So many people suffering ill-effects that cause them so much pain and anguish … and expense!. When will it stop?

William Sabre
William Sabre
Aug 17, 2022 9:29 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

The fraud has been widely exposed, the people who still stick up for it, it’s not because they empirically experienced it in their environment, it’s because they are in a state of cognitive dissonance. When they realised their entire environment, authority and everything they rely on for their stimulation, movies, entertainment, economical structure and social contracts were decieving them; they switched off their intelligible capabilities. Put a graph in front them, they can’t see it. It’s a trauma response.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Aug 17, 2022 10:56 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

The world government that choreographed WW2 are the ones driving convid. That is why propagandists like Hannah Fried have no fear of the noose.

banana
banana
Aug 17, 2022 1:12 PM

bingo; no one is ever held accountable as its all theatre

William Sabre
William Sabre
Aug 17, 2022 5:11 AM

Unvaccinated i.e. not of cows or cattle
Latin; un- Not; vaccinus – of cows or cattle

Penelope
Penelope
Aug 17, 2022 4:52 AM

It appears certain that the true “policymakers” are in many cases not the people shown to us. When harmful results of the vaxx are ignored, obfuscated and censored conspiracy can be the only explanation. This is further emphasized by ubiquitous false propaganda.

But if one requires still more evidence, Event 201 was the rehearsal which urged omnipresent propaganda..

Drooze
Drooze
Aug 17, 2022 3:51 AM

A lot of words to scroll past! People who don’t ignore the BBC, don’t access this website Ian!

Iain Davis
Iain Davis
Aug 17, 2022 9:42 AM
Reply to  Drooze

I know. They don’t access mine either and we are all in silos on social media or other communication channels. That’s why I use video, audio and publish books. I don’t know what else I can do to get information out.

I would still do what I do even if me and the cat were the only person who saw it. I understand what you are saying but what do you suggest? That we should just give up?

El Zafio
El Zafio
Aug 17, 2022 10:32 AM
Reply to  Iain Davis

You are a fantastic writer and researcher, why waste it on this reactive stuff? This is the proactive stance, the win-all:

The No “Virus” Challenge
https://viroliegy.com/2022/07/15/the-no-virus-challenge/

Your job is to tie that to the BBC, the establishment, the people, etc.

Mike
Mike
Aug 17, 2022 2:25 AM

It takes a special kind of narcassist to launch a global holocaust using pseudoscientific computer modelling as an excuse. It is the psychopath and the BBC have attempted to deflect that by labelling “conspiracy theorists” the narcassists in their most recent propaganda.  😂 
https://davidicke.com/2022/08/16/the-bbcs-psychology-behind-conspiracy-theories/

Same script as when they felt entitled to label unmasked people selfish etc. A complete inversion of reality. I won’t be watching.

Iain Davis
Iain Davis
Aug 17, 2022 7:16 AM
Reply to  Mike

Hi Mike. That little attack piece from the BBC was based upon some of the most ludicrous scientific “evidence” ever concocted. You might be interested in this piece I wrote for UK Column.

https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/the-bbcs-psychology-behind-conspiracy-theories

George Mc
George Mc
Aug 17, 2022 8:12 AM
Reply to  Iain Davis

I appreciate the task of “deconstructing” these hack pieces and I’ve indulged in such analysis myself so often but I’m starting to understand that the fraudulence of these pieces is actually contained in, as it were, “the small print” i.e. the briefly stated presumption – or sometimes not stated but implied. Take this tediously familiar question:

Are some people more vulnerable to conspiracy theories, or are we all at risk?

The whole scam is revealed in that line. “Conspiracy theories” are taken to be crazy in advance. The rest of this wretched piece follows on from this. Indeed note that “are we all at risk” – as if we are dealing with some kind of psychic contagion. This is presupposed without argument!

Recently the Guardian ran a global warming catastrophe piece which went on and on and delivered a Bible’s worth of “devastating evidence” of the impending doom. With, of course, all the charts and graphs. It was easy to overlook a little bit about this exciting new discipline of “attribution science” at the beginning which, read carefully, amounted to a confession that they could link any report with any abstract model they want.

Once the initial “metaphysical” leap (the bogus presupposition) is made, the rest of the shit follows.

Christine Thompson
Christine Thompson
Aug 17, 2022 10:40 AM
Reply to  George Mc

You’re so right. The term ‘conspiracy theorist’ is being used to demonise all we truth-tellers around the world. I’ve explained to my family members and friends re. how that term came about… but they still utilise it in the way the corrupt Media want people to use it… to demonise we truth-tellers.

My younger brother (now 56) has subjected me to the most vile ridicule and abuse (between Sept. 2020 and March 2022), re. this horrific situation which the human race is in. One of his abuses was “Hah, you’re a conspiracy theorist!”. He even had the audacity to claim that I ‘lacked discernment’, and came out with the ultimate irony when he said “You’ve been duped”. He actually said the latter three words to me in September 2020, and, even though between then and March this year I’d been continuing to provide members of my family and friends with trustworthy information, including data which demonstrates just how dangerous these injections truly are, he had the audacity [and stupidity…] to again say to me [in March this year] “You’ve been duped”. Arggh!!!

It now looks as if certain members of my family are ostracising me. They can’t cope with the information I’ve provided them with. They’ve all submitted to the injections… most of them having had three, and my sister’s husband [75] having had four. Three weeks ago, the latter had two TIA’s [transient aschaemic attacks – ie, mini-strokes]. Caused by the ‘jabs’??

I have a friend of 33+ years, she’s Spanish. She and her English husband are in their late 80s. I’d provided them, too, with the information which I refer to in the next paragraph, but they, too, chose to ignore it. And have each submitted to four ‘jabs’. My friend tells me that her husband has had “a lot of pains in his head”, during the last few months. I know he’s 88, but think it’s quite high odds that the injections are the cause.

I’d provided all of them with a wealth of information from honest doctors, prior to the injections being ‘rolled out’. Doctors who were issuing dire warnings to people, to not go anywhere near these things… and yet my family members and friends chose to ignore those very valid warnings; they chose to ‘believe’ the people on their beloved TVs… more fool them.

George Mc
George Mc
Aug 17, 2022 11:32 AM

I’ve had a blazing row with a friend who told me that he and his work chums were laughing at my “covid denialism” which I found ludicrously ironic but he is truly not a stupid person and yet he totally falls for this. We developed a “survival mechanism” whereby we just stopped talking about it. And as usual I find him gradually coming round to some cynicism about it all although this awakening is always crouched in terns that are noncommittal.

I have come to see that the majority are not necessarily stupid. They have just absorbed habits that “go under their conscious radar” and which really amount to a kind of religious practice. This is their social conditioning. And they don’t want to be pariahs.

William Sabre
William Sabre
Aug 17, 2022 9:44 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Stakeholder-Cap Consumerist Atomised Societies have got to the level of such internally repressed suffering and ignorance, hidden from view, reframed with comforting illusions that, for many, any mention of truth is hated, denied or feared, mocking those who attempt to bring it to their consciousness. It such an unreal isolated anti-natural lifestyle that it basically runs on cognitive dissonance. For some reason it keeps ticking on and any who worry themselves about it suffer stress and tribal rejection. Leaving it behind and starting to build the world and society you want to live in is really the only sane choice at this point IMO.

B 2 Rivers
B 2 Rivers
Aug 19, 2022 4:34 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Most people are just too weak minded to stand out.
The word sheeple is apt.

semaj
semaj
Aug 17, 2022 1:29 PM

ALL the people I know who have had ALL the jabs are now on their 3rd or 4th covid attack or whatever it is, 2 of them are very seriously ill now. One of them who’s daughter works on the local so called covid ward has now stated that the only people in this ward, which is apparently full, are ALL multi jabbed but still they push the poison. WTF is up with people??? None of my direct family has had ANY jabs, not even a so called flu jab ever, and we are all fine and ignored ALL the rules throughout, go figure.

Mike
Mike
Aug 17, 2022 4:09 PM

It is the usual shielding method. The wild “conspiracy theory” is that nature is out to get us. A “virus” mutated in bat cave and “spread” around the world trying to harm and kill people!  😏  Inorder to defelct attention from this ludicrous conspiracy theory the perpetrators accuse holocaust objectors of being the “conspiracy theorists”. There is nothing theoretical about an organisation organising. It is what they are designed to do. Whether they are conciously conspiring, tricked into it or are all delusional ‘vaccine’ believers is beside the point. The important thing is that what they are doing is harmful. If they were descent people they would stop instead of shielding their absurd bat ‘virus’ conspiracy theory with suggestions organisations don’t organise.  😏 

County Girl
County Girl
Aug 17, 2022 10:25 PM

Christine – you are a lovely person who has done your best to warn people of the facts. They have chosen to ignore you. For your own sanity and health you need to take a step back, watch the ‘play/drama’ from a distance and detach yourself.

See the whole world as a drama and watch it as a member of the audience. You can be interested in the play and it’s characters, but not emotionally involved. The play will remain the same and repeat identically. You watching it again and again cannot change the outcome. Become detached.

Christine Thompson
Christine Thompson
Aug 18, 2022 12:13 AM
Reply to  County Girl

Yes, you’re so right… I’ve come to that conclusion myself, over the last few days. All I’ve received from the people (family members and friends) I tried so hard to inform, to warn (even before the injections were ‘rolled out’), has been ridicule and abuse [severe abuse, from my younger brother … what I think of him is not printable…].
When all I was doing was to try to protect them…

I have two adult nieces, both in their 30s. One is married, the other is in a longterm relationship, and both couples have a young son (ages 4 and 2). My nieces and their partners still do not realise, it seems, that their having willingly submitted to these injections [all four people have each had three ‘jabs’…] is putting their lives at risk… hence risking that their young children may become orphans.

Well, I tried my best. I can’t do more.

Thank you so much for your kind words!

County Girl
County Girl
Aug 18, 2022 7:56 PM

Christine
Om Shanti – I am peace
(either language works as a mantra)

Ort
Ort
Aug 18, 2022 8:31 PM

To paraphrase King Lear: “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless family! 😥 

Even worse, you’re obviously too good-natured to take comfort in the prospect of eventually being able to say “I told you so!”

Granted, it wouldn’t be much of a comfort. For one thing, the persons most deserving of that rebuttal would regard it as a serpent’s tooth in its own right.

Also, it’s sadly evident that even when circumstances prove scamdemic-skeptics right, and scamdemic-thralls wrong, the thralls are compelled to justify their history of being duped and deceived to their detriment.

Their cognitive-dissonance demon will almost certainly find ways to convince them that despite the adverse consequences of their pro-scamdemic and pro-vax beliefs, “on the whole” they’ll insist that they still did the right thing– and would even do it all over again in comparable circumstances.  😫 

B 2 Rivers
B 2 Rivers
Aug 19, 2022 4:40 PM

Unfortunately there is still no cure for stupidity.

Grafter
Grafter
Aug 17, 2022 1:54 AM

Great article. All should email their MPs with a link to these truths. Fry and her SAGE collaborators along with the BBC are directly responsible for the human and economic devastation they have caused through their delusional incompetence based on nothing more than mathematical modelling which is criminally irresponsible and reckless in the extreme. Heads should roll.

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
Aug 17, 2022 7:25 AM
Reply to  Grafter

If you still think your MP is the answer you have been in a coma for three years.

Grafter
Grafter
Aug 17, 2022 10:49 AM
Reply to  Paul Watson

Never suggested it was the answer.

semaj
semaj
Aug 17, 2022 1:33 PM
Reply to  Paul Watson

All MPs are a waste of food and air, will the masses ever wake up?

Johnny
Johnny
Aug 17, 2022 1:03 AM

The thing about psychopaths, sociopaths, and control freaks is that they NEVER, EVER admit that they’re wrong.

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
Aug 17, 2022 8:41 AM
Reply to  Johnny

It wouldnt be good for their reputations for psychopaths to have consciences, now would it !

les online
les online
Aug 17, 2022 12:34 AM

‘Modeling ? Reads like Wargaming to me’…anon…

Lenin and other would-be revolutionaries debated and modeled The Revolution. When revolution actually got underway they then did everything they could to ensure that it conformed to their modeling (Remember Kronstadt)…Pol Pot was another revolutionary who imposed a model of socialist behaviour on the masses…Repressive Intellectualism…Revolutionaries, Idealists, and pandemic modelers expect everyone to conform to their (“science based”) models of behaviour…

“Dont follow Leaders. Watch The Parking Meters !” (1960s folksinger)…

“But it seems to me that The Covid Campaign was a trial run to flush out any resistance and iron out the bugs before…..”…anon…

Stop The Prison Mentality
Stop The Prison Mentality
Aug 17, 2022 12:24 AM

Maybe the WEF have been right all along.

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siamdave
siamdave
Aug 17, 2022 6:53 AM

shit man, you’re going to need thousands of nooses, not two!!

semaj
semaj
Aug 18, 2022 10:35 AM
Reply to  siamdave

650 in the UK to be precise

gordan
gordan
Aug 16, 2022 11:49 PM

moderna 2 the rescue cures all thew covid goldberg variations
in partnership with flu shot a guarantee vitamin health boost for the goyim
a do not forget your polio and small pox for the monkey shingles pox
a pox and little sign of a glorious revolution
mentally culled to far gone

lambs and old heffers for the slaughter

and what of the b,ham opening common wealth games
babylon shoaha

Zane
Zane
Aug 16, 2022 10:41 PM

COVID-19 is a political construct not a viral disease.

Annie
Annie
Aug 16, 2022 10:40 PM

Buy a Washingmachine these days lasts for 5 years just so greedy corporations make more money selling insurance or you buy another one.Every scab corporite politician wants to get rich because they know the nwo is coming it’s better to be rich to survive than be poor and starve and have nothing but be happy.

Edwige
Edwige
Aug 16, 2022 10:55 PM
Reply to  Annie

The WEF preach the ‘circular economy’ when in reality it’s the likes of them that invented planned obsolescence.

Annie
Annie
Aug 17, 2022 12:28 AM
Reply to  Edwige

True

Zane
Zane
Aug 16, 2022 10:27 PM

Pfizer’s revenues have doubled and profits have tripled since the pseudopandemic took hold. Pfizer is making a cool $30 billion a year net income from the jabs. And not only that. Pfizer only pays an effective corporate tax rate of 10% on these juicy earnings.

Being a transnational is a great business model.

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/pfe/financials/

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
Aug 16, 2022 9:57 PM

https://www.bitchute.com/video/rBspCEg6d7w8/
John O’Looney undertaker UK.
Good listen.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Aug 16, 2022 9:57 PM

You can often tell a book that’s worth reading by the fact that there’s a disproportionately lengthy preface effectively telling you not to. And/or a ‘preface’ (often longer than the main text body itself) that tells you how to ‘properly’ interpret it. Which is one reason why I always read the main text of a book first and only then its preface.

So I would suggest that people simply watch the documentary and make their own minds up. The documentary is actually the best one on Covid that the BBC has produced, for anyone who’s unbiased and not simply plugging their own brand of alternative media.

Why? Because it’s essentially an admission of failure. The billions spent on propaganda by the BBC didn’t work. People, despite being inundated day and night by Covid propaganda, still avoided the fake vaccine. And the BBC wanted to know why. Is that really so bad?

It’s a chink in the armour. A light infiltrating a dark room. A small success on the battlefield.

If you don’t see the value of that then you’ve missed the point of what opposition to the Covid narrative should be, and has been, all about

Observe
Observe
Aug 16, 2022 11:37 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

I can assure that if they really wanted to know why they’d be asking more than 7 people on tv and a couple thousand in a useless survey.

This was an exercise in trying to convert confused and questioning people that they need a jab they don’t need. It was a sales pitch for pharma.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Aug 16, 2022 11:51 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

Anything that increases confusion is part of the propaganda. Masks work. Masks don’t work. The vaccine will make one immune. The vaccine won’t make one immune. You won’t get covid if you get the vaccine, but if you do still get covid you won’t die. On and on it goes, until they get a few more people who they’ve confused the hell out of, intentionally, to simply cave in and get that shot.

It is really very, very simple – NEVER trust anything out of the MSM. NEVER. Even if it sounds reasonable, there’s an agenda behind it, and that agenda is not about helping people figure out the truth. Far from it.

Grafter
Grafter
Aug 17, 2022 1:58 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

Don’t give the BBC any money.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Aug 17, 2022 8:53 AM
Reply to  Grafter

Currently watchable here (for free):

Unvaccinated (2022)

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Aug 17, 2022 11:07 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

I wouldn’t watch it if I were paid to.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Aug 17, 2022 7:52 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

Snap! I read the preface last. Sometimes they’re good but mostly they’re just riding on the coat tails of the author.

The Dude Abides
The Dude Abides
Aug 16, 2022 9:31 PM

A little OT, but some thoughts on the debate on germ versus terrain theory. Anyone with a cheap twenty dollar microscope can see in a drop of lake water an entire world of creatures. Call them what you want, but they’re alive and real. Go and see for yourself. Now most of them are probably harmless, but some of them maybe aren’t.

There are creatures in the wild that are beneficent to people, and there are those that you would do well to stay away from. Is this not true? Who am I then to say that there aren’t tiny creatures who can also harm me? Parasites can be passed through feces (some of you westerners have no idea how third world people live) and other waste: does an animal stop being a parasite and become an evil cabal plot device once it crosses some kind of size threshold? To say that there aren’t creatures that are smaller than what we can see with our eyes and modern instruments is to me the same kind of arrogance demonstrated by those who think they can dictate how we should live. Look to Nature!

This isn’t to say there’s nothing to terrain theory. It seems that a lot of disease is caused by the overuse of toxic pharmaceuticals and unhealthy lifestyles. Likewise, a diseased mind will probably lead an unhealthy lifestyle and so on, which could weaken the body and make someone more susceptible to illness, but this negates neither germ nor terrain theory. Some people are weak, some are strong. Some are tall, some are short. Weaker people will likely be more susceptible to disease. But to say that there are no small creatures that can harm a person borders on the irrational. Have you ever sneezed? Or gotten a rash after having eaten something or scratched your leg on some nettles? This is your immune system at work to expel toxins and foreign things. To the proponents of strict “terrain” theory, doesn’t “terrain” imply that our bodies are terrain, ie. the abode of creatures? There are many venomous snakes that live in forests. What are our bodies but tiny (or large to small creatures) forests? How wonderful of nature to have only created beneficent microbes. She is so kind! Just because evil people use this or that lie OR truth has no bearing on the lie or truth, they are inherently lies or truths.

Look to History. Contagion has been recorded throughout all of written history in every civilization, and will continue to do so. (I’m aware there are those here who think that the long reach of The Cabal goes back to the dawn of time.) Does this mean we should lockdown the world and administer compulsory vaccines? No! But it seems that we live in an extremist society. Alas, there’s something about being a contrarian isn’t there? Like the rebellious “woke” daughter who marries a black man because of her bigoted father, or the raging hedonist-atheist who escaped a strict fundamentalist household. Or the person who disbelieves everything and anything because he said it, or the person who believes everything and anything she said!

Edwige
Edwige
Aug 16, 2022 11:12 PM

Firstly, you’ve tried to muddle several things together under “small creatures”. Nobody’s denying parasites. However at the other extreme are viruses which aren’t creatures by any usual definition of the term. They don’t demonstrate any of the behaviours that define ‘life’.

Secondly, you’ve tried to muddle together every society’s belief in contagion with small creatures. The vast majority of societies have not believed that small creatures were the cause of sickness.

Bacteria are a more plausible cause of disease – but there remain problems: 1) How can our bodies cope with a vast array of bacteria usually and not get sick? 2) Are bacteria cause or effect in illness? 3) Are bacteria pleomorphic?

The Dude Abides
The Dude Abides
Aug 17, 2022 12:22 AM
Reply to  Edwige

I don’t recall mentioning viruses in my post. The fixation on viruses is interesting — does the fact that you’ve adopted ‘Their’ lexicon mean that you believe in them? Or is it just that you don’t believe they’re alive? Which begs the question of what do you consider ‘life’? … Careful! We tread dangerously close to philosophy!

What does it matter what you call something, really? I like the term ‘creature’ because you and I are creatures, and we are surrounded by creatures, big and small. Yes, some are very large, and some are very, very small. Maybe some stuffy scientist would like to call some creatures ‘viruses’ and then create a pseudo-science around them to make money. Does this mean that these small creatures don’t exist? I can’t prove it, can you?

But, I’ve made a simple observation based on my experience with nature and some odd years of living on this planet, observations that any child with common sense would probably agree with, the same child-like common sense some were championing when they were (rightfully) pointing out how children abhor needlessly wearing masks. It seems to me that the ‘terrain’ of our bodies are perfect ecosystems for life. What’s not to like? Warmth, and endless supply of nutrients, etc. Just look at a tree: how many life systems does one tree sustain that we can observe? Isn’t nature marvelous?

Maybe some of you are so caught up in political intrigue, conspiracy and deception that you can’t see the forest for the trees (or vice versa).

Which brings me to another unrelated but perhaps not irrelevant thought: Can the “Left” exist without the “Right”? Can Biden carry out his shenanigans without Trump? Ah, I suppose every Church needs its Satan!

Mike
Mike
Aug 17, 2022 11:52 AM

The terrain theory doesn’t claim there is no creatures. You are not proving germ theory by pointing out children can see creatures. A tree might well have fungus on it when it dies but that does not prove fungus killed it. The ground might have been water logged or it was exposed to pollution. The fungus is not proof of causation. There is analysis that can be done to show only the trees in the water logged ground die prematurely with fungus on them. Such analysis demonstrates that the terrain theory is true and the germ theory false.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Aug 16, 2022 11:43 PM

Bacteria are real and they are visible under the microscope. Viruses are not real – they are not living entities, like bacteria. They are not visible under a microscope.
The phenomenon ‘scientists’ see under their special microscopes when they are saying viruses are invading a cell is called phagocytosis, and has nothing to do with a foreign invader entering the cell.

Look up pleomorphism to find out about the multiple phases of disease.

The Dude Abides
The Dude Abides
Aug 17, 2022 12:07 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

Funny, I never mentioned viruses.

Duckman
Duckman
Aug 17, 2022 7:48 AM

The fundamental point is that many people are now (rapidly) waking up to understand that the primary vectors of dis-ease are not what we have been told

And that an industry so large has grown from selling by-products to solve toxicity issues in the populous, based on fraud

And in the main, just like everything else its a pack of lies with a grain of truth

Enough evidence is now available so that all must begin to question, but none of us are able (yet) to give a definitive view, its still un-folding

Now, as with “covid” folk are waking up to some unpleasant truths, and as before those who cotton on deride those still waking up, hu-man nature i guess…

Moving swiftly along it is much more important for our survival that we all start questioning many more of the fundamental “truths” we have been spoon fed since birth….. and some of them form the very basis of how we view our existence in this realm/reality/life call it what you will

“Covid”, dis-ease, “germ” theory, “terrain”, these are but one portion of the toxic pie we are being force fed..

As it was in the time of Noach, water wings and inflatables will not save you, an elastoplast will not heal a severd artery

El Zafio
El Zafio
Aug 17, 2022 10:38 AM

This guy has dug deep into bacteria, parasites, molds and their role in disease causation. For decades now those in the know have been drinking purified e-coli and listeria for show.

https://www.humanley.com/podcast

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Aug 17, 2022 11:18 AM

Viruses

You can’t see viruses with an optical microscope. Electron microscope photographs show indistinct 2D artefacts which could be anything. There is no real way to isolate and identify viruses and no hard proof they exist. Bacteria and malaria parasites can be observed and studied. The falciparum strain of malaria can be deadly as I learned from my own near fatal brush with it. Ironically the banksters have never developed a vaccine against this long established killer but have come up with one against a completely fictional virus. Proof in itself that they are in a depopulation agenda.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Aug 17, 2022 11:54 AM

I believe that germ theory and terrain theory is another false binary.

There’s a lot of them about !!

Pilgrim Shadow
Pilgrim Shadow
Aug 19, 2022 2:04 AM

One of the biggest of all.

Annie
Annie
Aug 16, 2022 8:40 PM

As much as I love men love everyone I do think women are oppressed in majority of cultures I’m not a feminist but the whole bible was against women.😬I don’t mean every man don’t get me wrong but I am finding it more and more true.Men are fantastic but these religions have made women non entities.

Annie
Annie
Aug 16, 2022 8:43 PM
Reply to  Annie

I’m talking about religions not man so don’t attack me.

Edwige
Edwige
Aug 16, 2022 11:14 PM
Reply to  Annie

How’s it looking for women under secularism?

fxgrube
fxgrube
Aug 17, 2022 1:16 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Far more are living in their own apt.s rather than in some man’s castle.

Transmutation
Transmutation
Aug 16, 2022 9:01 PM
Reply to  Annie

Well, Fe-males are the original IRON (FE) Man (Male), my dear. We are POWERFUL energy. Anyway, the very word Religion stems from the Latin verb: religare, which means to hold back; to thwart forward progress; to bind; to stop consciousness and perceptions from expanding. Religion is another system to control the mind, which holds back spiritual progress. We are all under a false paradigm, which has completely infiltrated and permeated all institutional walks of life here, therefore holding humanity in a state of mental slavery in and on an open air plantation where we have been convinced that “THEY” know more about ourselves than we do, so we give them 30% from the fruits of our labor.

If you want to know where the power is being concentrated and saturated so it percolates everywhere start here:

  1. City of London (control of finances; keeping the slaves in LACK)
  2. The Vatican: (control of Spiritual perceptions, by creating low vibrational religions)
  3. Washington D.C. (Direct energy weapons (energy, frequency, vibration) to control the minds; keeping us pit up against one another over everything, so we look to the wonderful government to control the chaos)

And then go even deeper where you eventually bump into MEDICAL MISCHEIF, which ties all three of those places together. Think: Rothschild’s and the Rockefellers.

I despise ALL religions. Such twisted energy in those dimensions.

Annie
Annie
Aug 16, 2022 9:15 PM
Reply to  Transmutation

Yes that’s what I was trying to convey we are all equal yes man needs to be the stronger to protect the woman who protects the child the system are taking away the male to attack the woman and children.Religion every religion have been more for the male if I’m wrong I’ll hold my hands up.

Annie
Annie
Aug 16, 2022 9:17 PM
Reply to  Annie

They the powers want to destroy the father because it’s easier to get to the female and child.

Annie
Annie
Aug 16, 2022 9:45 PM
Reply to  Annie

Hence why prisons are created to take away the male which leaves the woman vulnerable that ultimately leaves the children vulnerable woman needs man man needs woman children need stability they are destroying the family unit to bring in the government im your daddy now you need governments not family we are your family now.

Observe
Observe
Aug 16, 2022 9:48 PM
Reply to  Annie

Of course you’re right and the evidence is there for what you say. That’s generally the effect the physically stronger sex will have on the physically weaker one, in most of nature.

Let’s face it, It hasn’t been that long in even the most developed parts of the world since a woman wasn’t even allowed to stick a tick in a box to take part in this whole charade.

Happily though, progress continues to be made around the world in accepting and understanding that our past traditions of subjugating women don’t work well for conscious beings and is best left to the wild animals. It just takes ages for the change to get there, but it’s the best it’s ever been.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Aug 17, 2022 11:27 AM
Reply to  Annie

Feminism is the corrosive philosophy that the banksters have propagated for centuries. Gender roles are fundamental and our very survival depended on them and still do despite mechanisation and automation. 90% of fatal workplace accidents happen to men.Mankind is oppressed by the banksters and their helpers.

Annie
Annie
Aug 17, 2022 1:58 PM

Feminism suffragettes were created by the bankers.

New Name
New Name
Aug 17, 2022 11:49 PM
Reply to  Annie

Yes. Christabel (or was it Emmeline ?) Pankhurst the suffragette sailed first class to New York. They also solidly supported WW1.

George Mc
George Mc
Aug 16, 2022 8:32 PM

And what can you do with this?:

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/aug/16/most-damaging-farm-products-organic-pasture-fed-beef-lamb

Here we have Monbiot proving his worth as a silky tongued smarty wordsmith: “Our gastroporn aesthetics, embedded in bucolic fantasy, are among the greatest threats to life on Earth.” Ooh swish!

Then this:

“The global mass of farm animals is now 22 times the weight of all wild animals”

Meaning what? Would George be edging into his own bucolic fantasy? It seems so. Look here:

“Perhaps the most important of all environmental issues is land use. Every hectare of land we use for extractive industries is a hectare that can’t support wild forests, savannahs, wetlands, natural grasslands and other crucial ecosystems. And farming swallows far more land than any other human activity.”

So we can look forward to all those lethal farmlands being replaced by wild forests, savannahs etc. And it’s not just the vegetation George is thinking of:

“Livestock farmers often claim that their grazing systems “mimic nature”. If so, the mimicry is a crude caricature. A review of evidence from over 100 studies found that when livestock are removed from the land, the abundance and diversity of almost all groups of wild animals increases.”

What wild animals is George thinking of?

“We don’t think about large predators in the UK, because we’ve exterminated them. Efforts to bring back lynx and wolves have so far been thwarted by the objections of livestock farmers. In the United States, where big carnivores still exist, federal and state agencies wage war against them on behalf of cattle and sheep farmers, often with astonishing brutality.”

Poor big carnivores!

So George is campaigning on behalf of the return of “large predators”? Well you see these beasts have a “crucial role in regulating living systems”. And what “living systems” are to be regulated by the return of these large predators? Ooh – perhaps us nasty humans? Yup it’s time for those fanged monsters to get their own back on us with astonishing brutality – this time justified because it will apparently lead to the re-introduction of some Golden Age Natural Balance.

We read that the livestock industry seeks “to persuade people that pasture-fed meat helps reduce global heating by storing carbon in the soil. Yet, despite the many claims, there is no empirical evidence that carbon storage in pastures can even compensate for grazing’s current account emissions, let alone address the capital debt”.

Now whenever I see the line “There is no empirical evidence that …” I sniff the old reversal of the burden of proof. My favourite use of this was when nurse Tiffany Dover disappeared after putting herself forward as one of the first covid vax takers, raising very reasonable suspicions that she had left this vale of tears, only to be met with the headline, “There is no evidence she died!” … apart from the obvious fact that there is no evidence she is still alive – which would be far easier to prove!

And note how Monbiot’s topic here ventures into the murky realms of “grazing’s current account emissions” whilst then veering into “the capital debt” – which has WHAT to do with ecological concerns?

But I think that’s enough to see where Georgie Boy is going: return to Nature – “red in tooth and claw” but aesthetically viewed from a bucolic distance by rich bastards like him.   

(And isn’t it odd that there never seem to be comment threads after articles like this one?)

Zane
Zane
Aug 16, 2022 10:32 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Moonbat is simply an unflushed turd floating in the great sewer of modern journalism.

Bob the Hod
Bob the Hod
Aug 17, 2022 9:31 AM
Reply to  George Mc

My Mrs read that one out to me last night and we had a good laugh about how ridiculously, transparently wrong the arguments contained within it are, as we tucked into a delicious and nutricious meal of organically reared, grass fed local beef and organic vegetables.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Aug 17, 2022 11:42 AM
Reply to  George Mc

One can’t get away from the impression that this forum is funded at least in part my the enormous factory farming beef industry. Forests and wetlands and wildlife have a place and most of them have been destroyed. Similary with marine life. I suppose you glory in the destruction of the whales. The soulless banksters that created capitalism and Marxism have no appreciation of the beauty and mystery of wild creatures. Like wise with the religions created by the same forces. Religious people are completely impervious to the charms of the creatures the creator took the trouble of placing on the planet.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Aug 17, 2022 11:54 AM
Reply to  George Mc

“In the United States, where big carnivores still exist, federal and state agencies wage war against them on behalf of cattle and sheep farmers, often with astonishing brutality.”

…- There’s that perennial war-head talk in connection with the natural world, again, like I mentioned a month or two back… – It *Never* fails… 😉

Patrick L.
Patrick L.
Aug 16, 2022 8:31 PM

“Having measured my son’s growth rate since he was born two years ago, I predict that by the time he reaches voting age he will dwarf the Eiffel Tower.”

— Professor Hannah Fry, Mathematical Supermodel.

George Mc
George Mc
Aug 16, 2022 8:57 PM
Reply to  Patrick L.

“Sorry but I can’t comment at the moment since I haven’t received the latest screamingly obvious bullshit meme from upstairs that needs my supersassy spin as brainy hot babe …. who is still favourable to transgenderism.”

— Professor Hannah Fry, Mathematical Supermodel.

JudyJ
JudyJ
Aug 16, 2022 8:15 PM

I am constantly disappointed when readers do not see the merits of the work that has gone into articles like this on the grounds that the author should acknowledge that ‘infectious viruses [or any virus] don’t exist’. We are where we are because that is the wider belief, whether one agrees with it or not. To repeat what has been pointed out many times before, are such dogmatic people really suggesting that we simply ignore, and don’t even attempt to refute, all the factual anomalies and shortcomings in the mainstream narrative purely on a point of principle? I’m sorry, but if – in order to garner a desired public awakening to the hoax – you’re trying to persuade 95% of the population that they have been led down the garden path, I suggest that telling them the respiratory problem they had last year was either imagined or psychosomatic, or just not what they may think it was, is not a good start and end point.

People have been genuinely ill from something, however one chooses to define or diagnose their ailment or ailments, and they need to be shown how the treatment protocols were lethal; how elderly people were sacrificed to incompetence at the very least and, quite possibly, deliberate euthanasia; how the statistics were fabricated and manipulated; the improper application of the PCR laboratory method; the falsehoods about ‘vaccines’ in terms of status, content and impact on the global sacrificial human guinea pigs; and the impact of the whole lockdown process on the whole of society economically, mentally and physiologically. These outcomes were all very real and need to be washed and hung out to dry for all to see.

Now is not an appropriate time to condescendingly declare that ‘because viruses have never been proven to exist’ no one should even bother to put in the effort to challenge all the nefarious activities. Would these anti-virus exponents suggest that if the PTB turn round and say “You know what, you’re right, SARS CoV2 doesn’t exist” we should just be happy that they have at last seen the light of day and let the matter drop? Really?? I do sometimes wonder if, for some people, sticking to the ‘viruses don’t exist’ philosophy and refusing to look beyond that is simply a lazy way to avoid having to forensically analyse all the issues in depth.

Whatever one might think of Reiner Fuellmich’s work he has essentially been cataloguing all the necessary evidence to prove malfeasance, incompetence and corruption yet he still gets hammered by people accusing him of wasting everyone’s time because “it should be clear to everyone that viruses don’t even exist”. I’m sorry, but at this point that is irrelevant.

Moving on from my rant, it occurred to me that the factual detail in this article could well be used by the prosecution to excellent effect in trials of all the accused parties complicit in this hoax. For one thing would the jury be prepared to buy the (beyond plausible) Haslemere connection, with its small population of 16k, as pure coincidence? Sadly, possibly yes but, that aside, there is so much other information here to be the foundation of a very strong case for the prosecution.

My only (facetious) suggestion to improve the article is to reword one of the sentences in the section about Knut Wittkowski to read: “Policymakers refused to listen, preferring to hear only from the scientists whose fiscal interests supported their policies”. I would contend that, technically, their “work” as such could never even be claimed to support the mainstream agenda. By saying as much, it generously implies that their pronouncements were honourable, well intentioned and, to an arguable degree, scientifically based.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Aug 16, 2022 8:52 PM
Reply to  JudyJ

Point of principle? It’s point of fact. That’s like opposing the war in Afghanistan but believing 19 Arabs did 9/11. I’ve always thought the truth would win out in the end. Are we to ignore the truth as just a matter of principle? It’s not irrelevant in my book, it is the cornerstone of the entire thing. We aren’t taking them down without the truth. On the contrary, I think the easy way out is to ignore the truth. Because it’s just too darn hard.

Transmutation
Transmutation
Aug 16, 2022 11:25 PM

Boom! You nailed it. Articulated it perfectly.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Aug 17, 2022 3:27 AM
Reply to  Transmutation

Seems to be a significant difference of opinion on this among the “anti-vaxxers”. Not good.

Patrick L.
Patrick L.
Aug 16, 2022 9:09 PM
Reply to  JudyJ

I am constantly disappointed when readers do not see the merits of the work that has gone into articles like this on the grounds that the author should acknowledge that ‘infectious viruses [or any virus] don’t exist’. We are where we are because that is the wider belief, whether one agrees with it or not. […]

Very well said. It’s a great piece of work by Iain Davis, painstaking, conscientious, and impeccably reasoned. He meets the proponents & propagandists of the pseudopandemic on their own playing field and calmly defeats them. He shows that the Official Yarn makes no sense even IF we accept the premise that Tiny Invisible Airborne Killer-Dots exist in the wild, breed like rabbits, spread like wildfire, and cause disease..

In doing so, he’s performing a valuable public service. And the same is true of Füllmich & Fischer, Sukharit Bhakdi, Dolores Cahill, and countless other medics and lawyers and honest journalists who have not (yet) ventured to cast doubt on germ theory.

George Mc
George Mc
Aug 16, 2022 9:19 PM
Reply to  Patrick L.

I have the highest respect for anyone who can wade through these articles (by which I mean just about any article that has appeared in the media over the past 2 ½ years – on covid, climate change, transgenderism etc.) and keep a head cool enough to dissect them. Despite my own often detailed attempts in this line, I really find it excruciatingly difficult to keep going – especially when these articles almost always go on and on and on, the sheer length of them being part of the intimidatory framework. And it’s a bogus length since there is usually some “small print” consisting of utterly fraudulent presuppositions that they try to sneak past you.

Transmutation
Transmutation
Aug 16, 2022 9:15 PM
Reply to  JudyJ

This “deadly virus” lie even makes a person who doesn’t believe in government intervention continue to wear a mask “just in case” when such a thing is destructive to their physical and mental health, and it keeps the lie alive. And these very same people, who are anti-government (and rightly so!) continue to have poisons injected into their veins, becasue of this “deadly virus” LIE. 

No “effort to challenge all the nefarious activities” will be fruitful if the “deadly virus” LIE is still beLIEved by the masses, which has held up ALL these fake medical nightmares (“pandemics”) as Truth, creating a dangerous FALSE PARADIGM. “THEY” (The Hierarchy Enslaving You) censored information then just like they are doing now.

CONTAGION IS A MYTH. It is paramount that we know it is one gigantic lie.

Look how many still beLIEve that the “polio,” the ” Spanish flu,” the “AIDS” PLANdemic are “real”?? Come on. It all began with planting the seeds of fear in the collective consciousness with a lie about “deadly viruses.” So it all needs to end by figuring out the Truth about “deadly viruses.”

One cannot truly see see how deep and penetrating the layers of deception go without dismantling their brain washing/conditioning around the “deadly virus” hoax.

REPEAT.

Duckman
Duckman
Aug 17, 2022 8:05 AM
Reply to  Transmutation

You deride and scold those who have yet to break apart their conditioning without a semblance of empathy

Yet i will state fully that neither you, nor i were fully aware of the lies surrounding “dis-ease” 2 years ago

bold text merely emphasises what paragraphs your own subconcious is still trying to process, fragile ego, men-tor?

more like manic street preacher

so sensai, have you got your water wings ready? or perhaps you are going to fit oars to your desk? ;0)

mjh
mjh
Aug 16, 2022 9:22 PM
Reply to  JudyJ

Absolutely!

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Aug 17, 2022 3:14 AM
Reply to  JudyJ

I think for some of us, it’s not about whether viruses exist. I have not done enough research personally for me to say that definitively, or at least confidently. And it doesn’t matter to me because to me, the issue is whether there is a Covid-19, don’t conflate the two. I could agree with you, at least based on my knowledge level and granting some allowance that tactically the argument that viruses don’t exist is way over the head of most people and maybe not a good tactical approach. (Although the truth is the truth). But I have done the research on the supposed Covid-19, which has included many of the authors and others, like Fuellmich, who aren’t so willing to call the Covid-19 scam a complete fraud and have concluded as confidently as I can that Covid-19 was made up. They made the damn thing up. It’s like 9/11. And it isn’t that hard to grasp, the basic facts tell the story. I did the research there also and I can confidently say that it was an inside job false flag led by Israel and the neocons. And it isn’t that hard to grasp, the basic facts tell the story. Both stories, 9/11 and the fake Covid-19 scamdemic. (say it out loud). In fact, when one looks at the total picture, it’s rather obvious. There is no other legitimate way to paint it.

Personally, I, and I know many others, think the crucial tactical approach has to be to prove and say out loud, there is and never was a pandemic for a fake Covid-19 virus. If that isn’t done, we won’t budge the totalitarian stranglehold one bit. It has to be time to stop the criminals and psychopaths from doing what they’re doing, and the only way is to expose the entire truth. The Covid-19 supposed pandemic was a scam of historic proportions and has to be called out for what it is. Tell you the truth, those that don’t recognize that while also still believing it was a scam, constantly disappoint me. So, we’re even.

Howard
Howard
Aug 17, 2022 3:46 AM
Reply to  JudyJ

As somebody alluded to in another comment thread, what exactly is “life.” Alright, let’s say this thing they call “virus” is not alive. But does it follow that therefore it cannot harm us? After all, a chunk of plutonium is not alive; but I hear it packs quite a punch.

More to my concern though is the Dr. Seuss “Horton Hears A Who” dynamic. How small is so small it is of no consequence? I suspect there are entities far smaller than any human equipment is capable of detecting. Maybe they can harm us, maybe not.

At any rate, I don’t see how anyone can disagree with your assessment that exposing events is valuable in and of itself, whether the first cause of said events is exposed or not. I would hate to be shot by a mugger and have the paramedics go searching for the mugger before they treated my wound.

Annie
Annie
Aug 16, 2022 7:57 PM

Go to a doctor you will be given a prescription but not the cure that’s not being a doctor that’s passing the buck.With convid instead of guiding you to a cure they guided you to an injection that doesn’t cure.It’s insane.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Aug 16, 2022 9:03 PM
Reply to  Annie

And no one much ever saw a doctor, their only ”diagnosis” was the phoney test.

Transmutation
Transmutation
Aug 16, 2022 9:31 PM
Reply to  Annie

Miss Annie, most doctors are quacks and have no idea about health/nutrition, becasue they are sales men and women for the Rockefeller’s money making, controlling the population, and killing en masses SCHEME to push poison as “health care.”

We are the medicine. It’s all within. My animals do not get vaxxed and neither do I. We never see “doctors” and we are healthy as can be.

George Mc
George Mc
Aug 16, 2022 7:35 PM

In any sane universe, there are innumerable headlines and squalid hack posts that would have netted only ribald guffaws. And perhaps they did but all that healthy hilarity was drowned out?

In any case, this is going for comedy gold:

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/aug/16/england-must-reduce-meat-dairy-intake-says-henry-dimbleby

Bask in the hooting non-sequiturs:

England must reduce meat intake to avoid climate breakdown, says food tsar

The only way to have sustainable land use in this country, and avoid ecological breakdown, is to vastly reduce consumption of meat and dairy, according to the UK government’s food tsar.

Henry Dimbleby told the Guardian that although asking the public to eat less meat – supported by a mix of incentives and penalties – would be politically toxic, it was the only way to meet the country’s climate and biodiversity targets.

It ”would be politically toxic” = “it would prompt any sensible person to guffaw uncontrollably”.

And after that belter of an opening, and having glimpsed the customary endless phone directory of waffle-de-goof-de-doo (with those colourful graphs that look like frozen disco lights), the only way to preserve sanity is to bail out FAST!

And to anticipate the “Sober Scientific Retort”, “Oh you didn’t read on because you can’t answer the undeniable wiffity jib factor whereby the REAL EXPERTS WHO KNOW FAR MORE THAN YOU have painstakingly calculated the SMV8679 factorial quadratic jiminy percentage deflection modulator. Iä! Iä! Cthulhu fhtagn!”

Grace Johns
Grace Johns
Aug 16, 2022 11:13 PM
Reply to  George Mc

WTF is a ‘food tsar’?
Like this persistence in calling the parasites feeding on us ‘elites’ the use of terms associated with ‘rulers’ needs to cease. Words matter – they’re the part of the brainwash where heinous concepts become normalised.

Annie
Annie
Aug 16, 2022 6:34 PM

When has governments and health providers been concerned about our health?!?The truth came out In this plandemic,That nobody cares about you but those closest to you.

Transmutation
Transmutation
Aug 16, 2022 7:49 PM
Reply to  Annie

Sadly, those who I thought were “closest to” me are dumb dumbs, as well. It’s been the worst part about this “deadly virus” SCAM; dividing family/friends and pitting us up against people we don’t know is all by design.

Annie
Annie
Aug 16, 2022 8:05 PM
Reply to  Transmutation

I understand you a lot of people have lost faith in close family.But not every family went along with this mine didn’t they feel the same as me except my son took the first shot because he went with the crowd his peers he’s 21 he regrets it now,I’m still terrified of what it has done to his body.

Transmutation
Transmutation
Aug 16, 2022 9:24 PM
Reply to  Annie

I hear so many stories from Mother’s about their children going off to be poisoned. 🙁 Heartbreaking as hell. These poisons are so pervasive, that when someone has an ailment, no one ever talks about it being created from any one of their “life saving vaccines.” I do hope everything turns our well for your son. Thank you for sharing. My heart hurts for you.

Observe
Observe
Aug 16, 2022 8:02 PM
Reply to  Annie

I believe good people care about the well-being of others too, Annie. The parasites are always trying but they’ll never successfully remove the things they have the strongest hatred for; the intrinsic humanity and boundless communion of our species.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Aug 16, 2022 6:09 PM

There’s an awful lot of fog in this article. A couple of things jump out at me. One is the inability to place expertise on scale from 0 to 100 — an expert, person or organization, is either entirely correct or entirely incorrect. This doesn’t reflect real life at all. Models like the Imperial College one, for example, are only a reflection of reality and could be wildly inaccurate — think of it as ‘inspired guesswork’. The other is seemingly unrelated but actually closely intertwined, its the political dimension. For this I’d recommend reading an article in a recent “Mother Jones” article about the history of what could be called the “loony right” in the US. This history starts around the McCarthy era but I think it could have started earlier; it talks about the conspiracy theories, the obsession with things like pedophilia and other deviancy and how these recur regardless of the organization’s current name and purpose and — and by far the most important — it shows how ostensibly respectable politicians buy into this stuff as a price for getting access to a ‘base’.

One of the ironies in all this is that there’s obviously a big conspiracy of globalists or something behind everything but, as it turns out, yes, there is a conspiracy, sort of. Its hiding in plain sight.

mjh
mjh
Aug 16, 2022 9:21 PM
Reply to  Martin Usher

I don’t generally agree with your comments, Martin. I think this article is excellent (although it could be better organised). But there is an aspect what is your overall view (or at least what I think is your overall view) that does ring true. I have been thinking over how O-G commenters tend to get drawn into what I might call “side issue conspiracies” — the tendency to bring up their “pet” topics no matter what the article’s main focus is. I cannot see, for instance, how the sinking or not of the Titanic is relevant, just to pick out a particularly silly example. The existence or not of viruses is constantly raised. How is this relevant to your point — it is that we do enter dangerous ground when we examine conspiracies. We can come to see virtually EVERYTHING as a manifestation of a conspiracy. And this, frankly, is just not productive or helpful. There are evil people; they do have evil designs — but they don’t run everything and they are not behind everything that goes wrong in the world. But where and how to draw the line? Where and how? Any suggestions, friends?

Grace Johns
Grace Johns
Aug 16, 2022 11:18 PM
Reply to  mjh

My suggestion, friend, is that you slink back under your 77th stone and CIA terminology

The Titanic sinking, since you bring it up, is very relevant in the Rhodes/Milner plan and JPM/Warburg Fed creation that led into a very similar Great Reset situation propelled by WWI.

mjh
mjh
Aug 17, 2022 11:52 AM
Reply to  Grace Johns

Sorry then to have called you a friend! I didn’t mean to pick on your personal issue of top priority. I don’t live under a rock, BTW. This is, sadly, the exact sort of non-conversation I was commenting against. I hope no one else took offense.

KiwiJoker
KiwiJoker
Aug 17, 2022 11:08 PM
Reply to  mjh

Desiccated discernment drives divided discussion

Starr
Starr
Aug 16, 2022 6:05 PM

Viruses are not living organisms or living microbes. They do not have a respiratory system, nor do they have a nucleus or digestive system. Viruses are not alive and viruses are not contagious. Disease are never “caught” or “spread,” but they are created by our unconscious unhealthy living habits, by what we allow in our bodies and mind. I hope one of these days that “infectious diseases/contagion theory goes down as the greatest HOAX in “history.” Doubt it, though. It is very lucrative lie to warrant mega wealth, control, and power. Stop buying into the “deadly virus” LIE.

sandy
sandy
Aug 16, 2022 6:35 PM
Reply to  Starr

I remember being taught in Jr. High that viruses were not alive also. They had a little rectinear drawing of two flat sides with a roof shape on top.like a house. What you are advocating is now called “terrain theory” vs failed “germ theory”. What kind of verifies the lack of confidence in germ theory is the data from attempts to infect well people or animals with injections and bizarre attempts of all kinds that failed 100%. You may want to read “Inventing the Aids Virus” which covers a lot the data related to debunking viral germ theory.

https://www.amazon.com/Inventing-AIDS-Virus-Peter-Duesberg/dp/0895264706

https://www.scribd.com/document/399496519/Inventing-the-AIDS-Virus-pdf

[I mistakenly hit the down button twice and couldn’t reverse the act. :-(]

Transmutation
Transmutation
Aug 16, 2022 7:57 PM
Reply to  sandy

No worries. I am not deterred by down votes. I find “down votes” to be confirmations of the Truth. And yes, all “deadly viruses” have been invented. The fake Aids “pandemic” rabbit hole I went down a long time ago, which is how I knew that this current “deadly virus” narrative was a hoax and all the other PLANdemics throughout “time” were as well. Same shit, different era.

Three of the most thought provoking reads on what makes us ill that expanded my consciousness about health and the lie of “deadly viruses” are:

  1. The Contagion Myth – Dr. Thomas Cowan
  2. The Invisible Rainbow – A History of Electricity and Life –Arthur Firstenburg
  3. What really Makes You Ill — David Parker and Dawn Lester
bernard kerkhof
bernard kerkhof
Aug 16, 2022 7:04 PM
Reply to  Starr

It will go down as a hoax in time.
The pharmaceutical industry can not exist without vaccine sales.
So we are up against the pharmaffia who buys politicians and scientists.
Furthermore they are the fox that guard the hen house.

Transmutation
Transmutation
Aug 16, 2022 7:53 PM

Right! And quack “doctors” are the sales men and women for the Rockefellers’ medical mischief; basically their favorite slaves.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Aug 16, 2022 9:05 PM
Reply to  Starr

Now, now, don’t you get that SARS2 is so special it can judge distance, height and time, hangs around in the air with a cut lunch looking for an empty face to pounce on and has tricks ”up it’s sleeves” according to the Australian crackpots.

Transmutation
Transmutation
Aug 16, 2022 10:36 PM

LOL. Right! My supervisor tried to get me to put up this thick plexi-glass shield at my desk, becasue I used an exemption to not have to wear a muzzle/ mask at work. I fought that shit tooth and nail. So, to talk with my clients, I was asked to put up a huge shield but would pass papers around the shield and then hug my clients or shake their hand as I walked them out. It’s such a clown show!

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
Aug 16, 2022 5:59 PM

Who should be hung first?
I doubt there is sufficient rope available for all the guilty parties in this crime against humanity…

wardropper
wardropper
Aug 16, 2022 6:32 PM
Reply to  Paul Watson

So we make more rope…
Useful employment.

MattC
MattC
Aug 17, 2022 7:34 AM
Reply to  Paul Watson

The ringleaders should be chained to a bed, denied food or water or medical treatment or visitors and have a DNR placed at the end of their bed. That must be acceptable or why did more than 25000 elderly people die like that in U.K. care homes?