‘Government is never more dangerous than when our desire to have it help us blinds us to its great power to harm us’ – Ronald Reagan
I HAVE a confession to make. I have been radicalised into becoming an ‘anti-vaxxer’ by Boris Johnson and the mainstream media and am sure that I cannot be alone in this sudden realisation of what I have become. This apparently makes me ‘nuts’ and a danger to society.
For many years, I have developed a growing dependence upon and fond love for my natural immune system. I grew up amongst family members who never had any long-term reliance upon medication of any sort. We were never a family of health fanatics, neither have we
ever shunned medical advice or previously turned down necessary vaccinations. My father – the ultimate risk-taker – has roamed the world and never taken any vaccines advised for travellers. However, when my mother was rushed to hospital in agony at the age of 60 and needed an emergency operation on a bowel tumour, I began to ponder what may have caused her cancer.
My mother had never smoked, consumed an inordinate amount of alcohol or been overweight. She endured several courses of chemotherapy and later radiotherapy but after 18 months of treatment was told nothing more could be done and died at the age of 62. It was at this point that I began to think about the one
medication that she had taken continuously (albeit a low dose) following a brief psychotic episode ten years earlier. When I researched this drug, I learned that it had caused carcinogenic tumours in rats in laboratory experiments. Since losing my mother in 2012, I have met two other women whose mothers have died young after developing bowel cancer – one at only 50. Both were on the same medication as my mother.
This realisation – that it might not be coincidence that these three women died from a side-effect of a licensed and tested pharmaceutical drug – has led me to become very wary of putting anything in my body that I don’t need to. Coupled with the fact that I am more than satisfied with the functioning of my immune system, I have turned down my Covid jab.
Needless to say, I know from various sources including a table previously on the CDC website
and the Oxford University Q-Covid calculator, that my absolute risk of death (currently 0.0025 per cent or 1 in 40,000) should not warrant taking an emergency-approved vaccine.
How many jabbed UK citizens are aware that in his address to the United Nations in 2019 the newly elected Prime Minister Boris Johnson mentioned anti-vaxxers and their anti-scientific pessimism?
What an amazing coincidence that less than one year later, he would be using widespread vaccination as leverage to get the UK citizens out of lockdown and associated restrictions! Not to mention the incessant messaging that the unvaccinated will become severely limited in their freedoms such as travelling and attending events.
One cannot turn on a radio station or television channel without being bombarded with the V-word. Johnson and fellow drug pusher Matt Hancock cannot let an opportunity escape in their mission to tell us to get vaccinated. We have lost count of the amount of times we have heard the word ‘arms’ used in this context, which seems rather strange as most people would know the favoured bodily site for a vaccination without it being reiterated time after time. As recently as April Mr Hancock was saying he hoped the latest jab – Novovax – would be ‘in arms’ later this year.
Perhaps it is fitting that the Merriam-Webster definition of arm includes ‘a group of subjects provided a particular treatment in a clinical trial’, given that the MHRA has emergency-approved the Covid jabs.
Another irony is that arms can mean instruments of offence or defence. I know I am not alone in saying that I feel offended by being bombarded with images of masked celebrities photographed with needles in arms or having my ears continuously assaulted with the word vaccination. Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is synonymous with the phrase ‘education, education, education!’ Boris Johnson’s legacy threatens to be ‘vaccination, vaccination, vaccination!’
Despicably but unsurprisingly, the language surrounding vaccinations is being manipulated. Author Tom Woods stated in his recent interview with James Delingpole that someone who declines the jab is said to have ‘refused’, implying that he or she is deliberately obstructive.
Even the latest concerted efforts of the mainstream media to incite hatred against us refuseniksmake little sense when, for example, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States have stated that if you are vaccinated, you are protected.
So why should anyone else’s vaccination record be an issue? And why is Good Morning Britain wheeling out an obnoxious 21-year- old wannabe celebrity to fuel the flames of this illogical debate?
The hysteria has been such that I have now begun to question the whole vaccination industry. I have been intrigued by reading books, watching documentaries and listening to podcasts involving a number of scientists and public figures who have been largely discredited by the mainstream media, such as Dr Judy Mikovitz, Robert Kennedy Junior and Dr Andrew Wakefield.
When I briefly returned to the education profession after a gap of ten years, I witnessed an explosion in the number of schoolchildren on the autistic spectrum. Nobody appears to be questioning this, although I have met several parents who insist that their son or daughter was not the same child following the MMR jab.
Considering that $30billion is spent annually on pharmaceutical advertisements in the United States, including partnerships with social media and even celebrity partnerships, anyone who may be a threat to this will understandably be targeted.
My advice is simply to turn off your television and radio and practise social media distancing. Such activities are increasingly risky to one’s physical and mental health. Never put anything inside your body without reading the list of ingredients. Finally, when it comes to Government advice – question, question, question.