Covid sceptic claims vindication
It’s been a while since I posted anything about Covid. With the exception of China, and, to a lesser extent, New Zealand, most countries are quietly allowing their more ridiculous anti-Covid measures to fall into desuetude, and trusting, probably correctly, that we won’t notice that they retain the powers to oppress us that they arrogated when they had us at our most scared. So it’s good to remind ourselves just how badly we have been served by our arrogant elites, and how long a shadow their misrule has cast.
Take a look at this Unherd interview with Brett Weinstein, a biologist who, early on in the panic, questioned the prevailing ‘lockdown and vaccinate’ mentality, and was rewarded with the full arsenal of de-platforming and ridicule.
In the course of the interview, he addresses many of the concerns identified by Harrumpf, including the demonisation, not just of sceptical voices, but of cheap, repurposed drugs like Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine, whose efficacy is now almost beyond question, and whose safety was in any case established by the hundreds of millions of doses administered without side effects, but whose use might have derailed ‘Pharma’s’ headlong rush to produce – and make dizzying profits from – ‘vaccines’. As Weinstein observes, the folly of discarding well-established trialling protocols is now becoming ineluctably clear, with mounting evidence of vaccine injury and impairment of the natural immune systems.
And, as Harrumpf has observed, referring to a treatment which prevents neither infection nor transmission as a ‘vaccine’, is itself a misnomer – and, incredibly, our government is still beating the vaccination drum, and urging us to get a fourth dose. No thank-you!
Weinstein reminds us – and let’s never forget it – that many people were effectively coerced into receiving these treatments against their will, on pain of losing their livelihoods – a clear breach of the Nuremberg code.