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An open letter to Iain ‘Jabber’ Dale


GOOD Morning Mr Dale,

It is almost a year since you broadcast your rant on LBC condemning the people who exercised their free will and declined to be jabbed. You excoriated people like me, accusing us of being stupid, selfish and generally lesser human beings. At the time, having long admired your liberal conservatism, I was completely surprised by the position you adopted and the words you uttered.

Well, the latest tranche of Pfizer vaccine trial documents has been released, and they continue to confirm what many of us suspected from the outset, and what data the world over has been revealing with every month that passes.

Seems that those of us who obeyed our instincts, did our own research and decided not to trust the claims of governments, Big Pharma and the bought-and-paid-for MSM, were completely correct. Not only was their ’95 per cent effective’ claim untrue, not only was their ‘take this and you won’t catch and spread the virus’ edictcompletely false – it turns out that Pfizer also knew full well that their product was potentially very (in fact fatally) harmful in the short term, and that they had/have no idea about what would/will happen in the long term.

(The question is, did the national bodies which authorise new drugs know – or suspect – this? In the UK it is the MHRA and JCVI, fronted by Dr June Raine and Professor Wei Shen Lim respectively; both of whom were enthusiastically backed by Jonathan Van-Tam, Chris Whitty and Patrick Vallance.)

Who would have guessed that rushing out a drug within months of inception would not be ‘problem-free’? Who would have thought that changing the definition of ‘vaccine’ to include mRNA drugs would turn out to be such a poor idea? Who would have concluded that giving drug companies immunity from litigation/prosecution was concealing something? Who would have believed that government bodies would refuse to sanction treating people – and saving lives – with drugs that were known to be efficacious?

Then again, ivermectin is out of patent so there’s no money in it. Then again, emergency-use authorisations are invalid if an effective treatment is available. Then again, the true vaccines that we have all grown to trust and take need decades to develop and test, not months. By the way, every ‘anti-vaxxer’ that I know has had children jabbed for juvenile illnesses – we just decided to protect them from this particular jab.

Your position has been exposed, Mr Dale, and your toxic broadcast will go down in history as an example of the corruption of the media, whilst your own reputation as a liberal intellectual is tarnished. Did you do this out of personal fear, stupidity or ignorance, or were you instructed by your employer? Whichever, I think that you should examine your conscience and on the anniversary of your disgraceful broadcast, make an apology to everyone that you so viciously maligned.

As an aside, I wonder what will happen to Pfizer’s share price and the liability of their board, because all their guaranteed immunity from civil and criminal action goes out of the window if their claims were based on fraud. Every month when their data is released, their unethical, if not criminal, behaviour becomes ever more apparent. I suppose, to a large extent, it all depends on whether the MSM and broadcasters such as yourself will develop some journalistic integrity. What chance of that, though?

You can’t keeping running and hiding for ever, Mr Dale – look at Piers ‘no NHS treatment for the unvaccinated’ Morgan, look at Andrew ‘the unvaccinated deserve fewer rights’ Neil. Their viewing figures are now unequivocally feeble and their reputations shot to pieces (although Morgan’s was already in the urinal). 

If I were you, I would be making energetic efforts to place myself on the right side of history. You did issue a sort of ‘non-apology apology’ last Christmas when you said condemning people was counter-productive, but that was pretty lame. I feel that you need to apologise unequivocally and then start looking into – and exposing – the truth about what has been done to us in the past two years.


James Rogers

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James Rogers
James Rogers (pseudonym) is a well-travelled, polymathic dilettante who voted for Johnson but feels we’ve ended up with Blair on steroids.

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