26th July 2021
No, I don’t yet find evidence of any orchestrated plan to wipe out the world’s population with a vaccine
Someone raised an issue re: WEF’s plan to reduce world population and whether the vaccines are tool for that. My response:
1) The WEF is a well-funded think tank, no more. Let’s not read too much into its idle ramblings. None of its ideas ever flowed into official pandemic plans. Everything we are doing to date has come straight from CCP – which controls the WHO through Tedros and has completely over-turned all existing WHO guidelines.
2) We need to look dispassionately at all the facts. Re: the vaccine we know that there are some severe immediate and potentially some long term effects. These vaccines cause far more harm than any previous vaccine – that’s well documented. But do they work? We also have data purportedly from Israel (as cited by Craig Kelly) which suggests that the vaccines are not effective. I’ve not had time to review the original Israeli data. But I came across this Australian data yesterday: that 42 of the 43 cases in ICU in NSW (I think) were the unvaccinated. In this environment where no one can be trusted, one needs to take this data point with a pinch of salt till corroborating evidence is identified from elsewhere across the world.
3) The pharma industry has a strong interest in a vaccine that works, else its reputation will be tarnished and these companies shut down. Their shareholders definitely don’t want to purvey vaccines that cause harm – that will risk their investment. While I disagree with the removal of liability for these companies by governments, these policies did not start with the covid vaccine – that’s a policy issue on which a separate debate should be held.
In brief, I do not find persuasive evidence to date of any well-orchestrated plan to wipe out the world’s population with the vaccines. I’m not saying it is not possible, but we need very strong and fool-proof evidence before we even consider that possibility.