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Follow the science at your peril


THE world is in the grip of an exponential rise in chronic illness and disease. The principal reason for this would appear to be because mainstream health and medical systems are severely compromised by corporate greed, pseudo-science and arrogant disregard. They no longer stand for the public good – if they ever did.

The Final Pandemic: An Antidote to Medical Tyranny, by Mark and Samantha Bailey follows on from Torsten Engelbrecht’s 2021 book Virus Mania. The new book condenses the original message from 2021 and explores further how the pandemic drew a distinct line in the sand in relation to the role and the complicity of the pharmaceutical industry and its medical corollaries in the above trends. The authors argue that the current situation is merely the tip of the iceberg, signposting a long history of similar deception and malpractice. While controversies over allopathic (mainstream) medicine have always been around or on the periphery of the pharmaceutical industry – the links between vaccines and autism, the opioid crisis, and thalidomide, for example – they reason that such incidences have by and large remained in the shadows. Controversies have either not been taken seriously enough, or they have been dismissed as conspiracy theories.

The ideological sway that germ theory has held over modern healthcare, associated practices and medical systems forms the basis of the main argument. As the authors point out, the principles of this medical paradigm have never been validated through the ‘scientific method’ as claimed. On the contrary, Professor Tim Noakes argues in the foreword that the last four years have been ‘the most important global medical event of the last 100 years’, due largely to the fast-emerging lies, deceptions, and sleight of hand involved in:

·       The pseudoscience used to ‘detect’ a virus upon which all subsequent policy has been based;

·       The evidence used to further this detection into the realms of medical evidence – a computer simulation and not an isolated ‘purified’ virus as claimed;

·       The false interpretation of the Polymerase Chain Reaction tests, which meant that the pandemic was not a viral pandemic as claimed, but a ‘testing pandemic’;

·       Continuing the long-promoted myth of viral contagion and the alleged passage of infection between the cells between one human to another (or animal to human). This has never been proved. Ever.

The authors argue that the ‘virus narrative’ can be observed in the origins of virtually all historical pandemics. Rather than eradicate infectious disease as mainstream medicine claims, they argue that we have been hypnotised by aggressive and relentless marketing campaigns, disempowered by enabler lobby groups, corrupt doctors, and scientists, and silenced by mass censorship. Challenging the pre-eminence of virology, germ theory and particularly the use of vaccines, has been strongly discouraged and, more recently, forbidden. The authors suggest that pretty much all the claims that have been made for the efficacy of vaccines in eradicating disease and raising health standards ‘has never been backed by real life data, and are nothing more than propaganda, if not outright lies’. Significantly, they propose that vaccines have themselves been responsible for of many of the health issues we are facing.

Indeed. The rollout of the covid jabs have brought the spectre of iatrogenic (medically induced) illness right to our doorstep. Myocarditis, pericarditis, shingles, blood clots and strokes are amongst the many documented effects. This is before we get to the increased numbers of people of all ages dropping dead – events which were occurring (and airbrushed out of the data) during the pre-rollout trial period. 

Prior to 2020, this might have prompted a halt to such products being brought to the market. The pharmaceutical-medical complex, however, has pressed on undeterred with new variants identified, continued vaccination encouraged or coerced, and a continued call to ‘follow the science’.

As the authors argue, the real intentions of the pharmaceutical industry are barely concealed. The covid narrative has itself been weaponised into a blatant and much more aggressively marketed generic health campaign. For instance, we are now told that we must be on our guard for symptoms of cancer, heart disease, dementia and shingles. As well as normalising these upward trends in chronic illness and disease – all of which have been linked to the vaccination programme – we now have the simultaneous rollout of cancer, shingles, HPV and pneumonia jabs. A vaccination for Alzheimer’s disease will be available shortly, and the authors of this book argue that more are on the way. One vaccine will even target cocaine addiction. All these interventions will be offered in addition to yearly covid boosters, just in case people forget the virus narrative that sparked all this activity. Already pharmacies are offering covid jabs for £99.

The authors raise a host of interesting questions regarding both the role of contemporary medicine and its past. How many of the illnesses and diseases diagnosed during the time of the influence of the pharmaceutical companies have not been patterns of random biological phenomena – as orthodox medicine would have us believe – but have originated from social factors, contexts and environments (terrain theory)? How big has the role of iatrogenic illness been in this healthcare model? Could it be that, rather than innovation and scientific progress, drug companies have been able to influence their supply chains and create favourable markets through more liberal and targeted diagnoses? The latest research suggests that medical negligence is the third biggest killer in the US behind heart disease and cancer. 

As the authors of this book propose, our health and wellbeing are no longer associated with the idealism of the public good, but are more clearly aligned to a slick, well-established, billion-dollar marketing machine in healthcare. ‘Follow the science at your peril’ might be the new mantra for those who comprehend that the modus operandi of this pharmaceutical-medical complex is devoid of scientific and moral integrity, but is instead riddled by corruption, deception, and the pursuit of profit.

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Dr Shane Fudge
Dr Shane Fudge
Dr Shane Fudge has been an academic in the field of environment for 20 years.

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