IN anticipation of a trial at the International Criminal Court, TCW Defending Freedom is providing a handy cut-out-and-keep guide to those in the British establishment who have encouraged and implemented destructive public health policies since March 2019.
Defendants: Politicians, journalists, medics, clergy, pharma executives, trade union officials, others.
Question: Why did you support policies that were certain to lead to the premature deaths of hundreds of thousands of people and the indiscriminate use of an experimental gene therapy?
Answer suitable for all defendants: I was told a deadly virus was stalking the planet and the WEF/my whip/trade union/editor/the Chief Medical Officer/Jesus/my board/trade unions (as appropriate) told me it was necessary. I had to do as I was told.
Government ministers: The news from China was not good. We saw films of people dropping down dead in the street and doors being welded shut by the People’s Liberation Army. How could we not react to this compelling evidence from such a trustworthy source? Not only that, we had numerous dire predictions from experts at Imperial College and messages from well-meaning individuals such as Klaus Schwab and Bill Gates telling us that drastic action was needed. Our actions were guided by the unbiased and impartial members of Sage and any further questions should be addressed to them.
All Politicians: When we went into lockdown I didn’t have much chance to study the implications. As instructed, I joined my staff in isolating and when my computer broke down I was unable to assess what was going on. My whip/trade union (as appropriate) threatened me with all manner of sanction if I did not support the government. I did my best to help out by giving the government the names of people who could procure equipment and it was not my fault that many of them proved to be fraudsters. The lockdowns meant that I was unable to speak directly to any of my constituents and, therefore, I was unaware of any adverse effects of the vaccines.
Journalists: I was taken on as the sports/motoring/travel/gardening (as appropriate) correspondent. I am not a virologist. My only qualification is a GCSE in woodwork/domestic science/animal husbandry/art (as appropriate). How was I to know that what Professors Whitty and Ferguson and the other one said was not true? Yes, I did write that a million children would soon die of Covid-19 and it did occur to me that it was a slight exaggeration but everyone else was doing it. I was told that the future of the newspaper was at stake if we did not receive more money from Bill Gates and the government. It is true that I did not ask any searching questions of politicians and their advisers, but to do so would have put my career in jeopardy, and I have a budgie and two cats to support.
Medics: There was clearly no alternative to vaccinating millions of people. Yes, the vaccines were not properly tested, and yes, some people complained about sore arms and the like, and yes, it is true we made a lot of money by ignoring sick people to vaccinate the healthy, but why would we not trust what Pfizer and the others told us about their incredible product? The NHS is in a continuous state of crisis and we simply haven’t got the time to investigate every new treatment that the pharmaceutical companies tell us to use. The media censored those scientists who questioned the indiscriminate use of the vaccines and the ZeroCovid approach, so we how were we supposed to know that the vaccines weren’t one hundred per cent safe and effective?
Clergy: Sometimes I would ask myself, ‘What would Jesus have done?’ I know he embraced the diseased, chastised the arrogant and sided with the poor, but he lived in a time when there were no scientists about who could tell him the best thing to do. I have little doubt that had there been a half-decent boffin in the Great Sanhedrin, Jesus would have completely avoided lepers and people like Lazarus. He might not have gone as far as closing churches and demonising the unvaccinated, but to be perfectly honest, when I look at the lack of diversity amongst the apostles and his failure to engage with the LGBTQ+ community in Palestine, I don’t think we should be paying too much attention to what Jesus said or did.
Pharmaceutical executives: We took our lead from our ‘Godfather’, Anthony Fauci. He had many years dealing with gain of function research in Wuhan. If something has ‘gain’ in the title it must be good, right?
We were delighted to have been given the SARS-CoV-2 genetic sequence by our friends in China which enabled us to design our mRNA vaccines over drinks and pizza after a game of frisbee. Because of the urgency of the situation we were told by the regulators not to bother too much about testing. If there have been the adverse effects you claim it must be the fault if the FDA, the CDC, and their European equivalents. You get what we pay for. We were just doing what we have been doing for many years, and apart from a few fines hardly anyone has complained about our activities. Some said that cheaper products like hydroxychloroquine would be enough to deal with the situation but for reasons that are nothing to do with us, they had a nasty fire at the factory that makes the stuff. How about that? You don’t hear from those people no more. We tend to see ourselves as part of a large family, and if the family wants to give us a little bit of their money to protect them what’s wrong with that?
Oh, by the way, we know where you live . . . capisce?
Trade unions: The health and safety of our members was paramount. The teaching unions felt that children would be super-spreaders and that it would be better for them to be at home where they could learn more effectively by looking at a computer in their bedrooms for six hours or more. Before we allowed them to return to school we thought their wellbeing was best served by ensuring the classrooms were freezing and the kids were vaccinated and wore masks all day. We were as surprised as anyone to find out that the disruption to their education would lead to mental health problems, eating disorders and family breakdowns. However, on balance, we continue to believe that children are safer at home and we did the right thing.
If these responses fail, plead insanity. If male, tell them you have transitioned, as 30 years in a women’s prison is likely to be less distressing for you. If female, try to avoid prisons that accept men who claim to be women.