TEN days ago, consultant cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra – formerly a supporter of the Covid vaccine rollout – admitted it was time for a rethink.
In a peer-reviewed medical paper in the Journal of Insulin Resistance, he said there is a greater risk of serious adverse events from the jab than of being hospitalised from Covid. He concluded: ‘A pause and reappraisal of global vaccination policies for Covid-19 is long overdue.’
It was a remarkable statement from a man who had previously appeared on TV shows to promote the official mass inoculation policy. But within hours, campaigners for vaccine truth were questioning his motives. They asked: Why now? Why had he not been honest about these toxic ‘vaccines’ from the beginning?
The implication was that Dr Malhotra was secretly following instructions and acting according to the agenda of globalist masters – he was accused of ‘controlled opposition.’
Similar allegations came a month ago when the Corona Ausschuss, the German investigative committee into Covid policy, suddenly fell apart, with accusation and counter-accusation flying between lawyers Viviane Fischer and Reiner Fuellmich.
Using government agents to join protest movements and subvert them has long been a ruse of ruling cliques. Vladimir Lenin, leader of the Bolshevik takeover of Russia in 1917, reportedly said: ‘The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.’
In Britain, an inquiry is continuing into the use of undercover police to infiltrate political groups including animal liberationists, hunt saboteurs and environmental protesters.
Dr Malhotra’s U-turn came when his father, previously fit and healthy, died shortly after being vaccinated. It was at that point that he concluded a reversal of public policy was needed. However, the idea that he is some form of ‘controlled opposition’ does not stack up.
That said, I have no doubt that some of those who appear to be on our side in the vaccine battle are infiltrators in the pay of globalists. They try to spread panic, undermine our message, misleading and deceiving us and diverting our attention. Or they lull campaigners into complacency, saying the battle is already won. Other infiltrators seem to be linked to ideological beliefs that include the destruction of the family and of Christianity.
But it’s not only big names such as Dr Malhotra who are accused of being ‘controlled opposition’ (a term invented and promoted by the globalists). It’s happened to me – and I simply hand out leaflets in the streets. Such a slander coming suddenly from people you thought were friends and allies is a heavy emotional blow.
Kaela Banthorpe speaks on behalf of the Freedom Alliance, a young political party seeking to restore honesty and good policies to public life. She too can testify to the destructive effects of these claims. ‘A modern-day gallows or public hanging is what it felt like. Zero substance to the accusations, just a blanket shill.’
So what can be done to combat the disinformation?
First: The most important thing is not to leave the struggle to someone else. Each of us has a role to play and needs to pull our weight in that role. For example, we can continue to talk to friends and family and work on our strategies. We can all pay for things in cash and support local community and cultural events. Most of us can do more than that, and find ourselves a niche in the wider efforts.
Second: Jeff Wyatt, the vaccine truth campaigner who died recently, felt strongly that we should accept that agents provocateurs are among us stirring up trouble. But we should not let that distract us from the fight against the Great Reset and the New World Order.
He said we must put aside differences and concentrate on the main issues we all agree on. Otherwise we are doing the other side’s work for them, leaving ourselves divided and demoralised.
Third: All of us who work for decency, humanity and a civil society have our own personalities and particular motivations, our own histories and personal strengths and weaknesses. We need to be aware and alert, to look at the obvious facts. But we do not necessarily need to know who is, and who is not, secretly in cahoots with the technocratic agenda.
To paraphrase Queen Elizabeth I, it’s not for us to peer into people’s hearts and dissect their motivations. That ‘peering’ in itself wastes time and energy. Real people are always complicated, nobody can be perfect, and life is always messy. We can keep an open mind, and remember that people change and their situations change.
However, if we are planning to support a campaigner or donate money to their efforts, here are some questions to ask ourselves:
Are they using a lot of your time, yet achieve little themselves? Do they seem to be leading you down a blind alley? Are they fomenting arguments, or giving the freedom and truth movement a bad image?
Are they encouraging you to sit back, wait and enjoy the show? Are they triggering your panic response and disabling you that way? Are they saying there’s a saviour of some sort, just leave it with them and do nothing but support the saviour?
Or do they exude strength and courage and enable you to carry on with your own bit of the fight? Do they want you to follow their example, as opposed to following them as a hero?
Reiner Fuellmich has now announced that he is continuing his work by forming the International Crimes Investigative Committee, which will be more professional, and more solutions-focused.
The words he recently used when addressing healthcare workers should resonate as a rallying cry for vaccine truth campaigners: ‘Some people crack under pressure. I do not and I will not. And the same is true of each and every one of you.’