‘I HAVE never seen anything like it. I have played for 17 years and I don’t think I saw more than one person having to come off the pitch with breathing difficulties, clutching their heart – heart problems. You know there have been very rare occurrences – Marc–Vivien Foé, Fabrice Muamba – very high-profile stuff, very few and far between. The reason you remember them is because they were so far and few between and they were eye-opening things. But the last year, it’s just been unbelievable how many people not just footballers, sports people in general – we have had tennis players, we’ve had cricketers, basketball players – just how many are keeling over and at some point surely you have to say, this isn’t right – this needs to be investigated’ – Matt Le Tissier.
Instead of the MSM investigation we should have seen – as TCW conducted here – news outlets have been keen to deny the association, rather like Reuters here, easily satisfied with an ‘official’ MHRA declaration that there is no evidence to back up such claims.
Already a sceptic and non-conformist before Covid, Le Tissier lost his job at Sky Sports for asking whether wearing a BLM badge wouldn’t be supporting far-Left ideology. When Covid came along and the pictures from Wuhan of collapsing people, he was suspicious from the start.
In the interview with the wonderful Oracle Films https://www.oraclefilms.com/ below he explains not only why he felt something was so amiss, but also why he believes the pandemic response was coordinated from the start. He tracks his dismay at the progress of events through to the vaccine being pushed on children in direct contradiction to early promises, and the failure of journalists to ask the most basic questions. He sets out his own philosophy on informed consent and individual choice, and all his worries about the vaccine that isn’t a vaccine, pointing to the very high percentage of adverse reactions.
This is the reasonable, measured man who was demonised by the Daily Mail and condemned for putting people at risk. Oracle Films’ On The Record interview with him is a wonderful counterbalance.
You can watch the whole interview here.