Anne Marie Waters 

Sunday December 6th 2020


The vaccine is here!

Since the very beginning of the coronavirus crisis, we’ve been told again and again that the only way back is mass vaccination.  Not everyone agrees.

Back in July, a video was posted online featuring American doctors discussing COVID-19 and claiming that Hyrdroxychloroquine might be an effective treatment.

Having posted the video on its site, Breitbart reported on what happened next:

Facebook has removed a video posted by Breitbart News earlier today, which was the top-performing Facebook post in the world Monday afternoon, of a press conference in D.C. held by the group America’s Frontline Doctors and organized and sponsored by the Tea Party Patriots. The press conference featured Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC) and frontline doctors sharing their views and opinions on coronavirus and the medical response to the pandemic. YouTube (which is owned by Google) and Twitter subsequently removed footage of the press conference as well.

The video accumulated over 17 million views during the eight hours it was hosted on Facebook, with over 185,000 concurrent viewers.

Facebook’s decision to censor the livestream was quickly followed by YouTube, the Google-owned video-sharing platform. The video had over 80,000 views on YouTube prior to its removal.

American doctors censored for discussing medical treatment is a new low even for social media.  It’s also a new alarm bell for the state of our liberties.

In the UK, Dr Vernon Coleman has spoken out against the severe measures taken by government in terms of lockdowns and masks, but he has also spoke out vociferously against mass vaccinations.  For his trouble, he has had much of his work removed by YouTube.

In his latest video (now on the new social media Brand New Tube) he highlights the role of Microsoft founder Bill Gates in the development of the vaccine due to be ‘rolled out’ in Britain as early as next week.

The UK Government website states:

The first COVID-19 vaccine for the UK, developed by Pfizer/BioNTech, has today been given approval for use following a thorough review carried out by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

The BBC reports that this vaccine will be administered in Britain from this coming Tuesday.  The NHS has described it as as the “largest-ever vaccine rollout in UK history”.

Frontline health staff, people over the age of 80 and care home workers will be first to get the Covid-19 vaccine.

In England, 50 hospitals have been initially chosen to serve as hubs for administering the vaccine.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock described the start of the vaccination scheme as “a historic moment”.

“I urge everybody to play their part to suppress this virus and follow the local restrictions to protect the NHS while they carry out this crucial work,” he said

Someone is going to make a lot of money from this, and that someone is Bill Gates.

I’ve written about Gates in a previous Sunday Column, particularly the almost unbelievable influence he holds over the world’s pharmaceutical and medical field.  He gives generous donations to institutes around the world and buys enormous influence with it.  He also buys up much of the media that reports on his activities.  As I wrote in my previous column:

Bill Gates has transformed from a software giant to a health one.  Gates owns a piece of just about every health organisation in the world.  He has purchased influence that no single person should have.  Even the World Health Organisation counts Gates as its second largest donor behind the US government.  He is a passionate advocate in particular for vaccination and immunisation and has helped to fund GAVI, an organisation paid by world governments to deliver vaccination to the poorest parts of the planet.

Now, according to Vernon Coleman, Gates is also linked with the vaccine we’re about to get in Britain.

The UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) was the first in the world to approve this vaccination; to be produced by pharma giant Pfizer.

Not only does Bill Gates own a chunk of Pfizer, he has also made substantial donations to the MHRA.

Coleman clarifies the situation:

First, the Bill and Melina Gates Foundation makes a big investment in Pfizer.  

Second, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation writes a cheque for £980,000 and the MHRA, the bit of the UK Government which regulates medicines, smiles sweetly and says “thank you very much”. 

Next, the MHRA is the first agency in the world to approve the new Pfizer vaccine, in what was, I suspect, the fastest ever approval of a vaccine.  

One doesn’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to find this somewhat discomforting.  As Vernon Coleman says, even if this were entirely innocent, it still shouldn’t be happening; Bill Gates should not have this much power.

As for Pfizer, its past behaviour doesn’t make the situation any less worrying.  Once again, Dr Coleman describes it clearly:

Pfizer’s record isn’t anything you’d want to boast about, if you worked there, you’d probably keep quiet. 

In the UK, Pfizer has been fined £84.2 million for over-charging the NHS by a modest 2,600%, and in the US, Pfizer was hit with a $2.3 billion fine for mis-promoting medicines and paying kick-backs to doctors. 

Are you entirely comfortable with this?  Are you persuaded that the sole driver behind mass vaccination is your well-being, or might there be other vested interests involved?

Let’s not forget that it is entirely plausible that this vaccination will be compulsory in Britain.  Even if it isn’t called ‘compulsory’, that’s what it will be.  The Metro reported last month:

It is possible that people who refused to get vaccination may be banned from coming into work, according to Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat. Speaking to HuffPost UK’s Commons People podcast, Mr Tugendhat said he could ‘certainly see the day’ when people weren’t allowed into the office until they could prove they’d had the vaccine.

He added: ‘If vaccination works and if we’re confident it’s safe, and all indications so far are good, then I can certainly see the day when businesses say: “Look, you’ve got to return to the office and if you’re not vaccinated you’re not coming in.”’

In other words, you risk your job if you don’t vaccinate – sounds pretty compulsory to me.

Regardless of your viewpoint on the origins or handling of COVID-19, there are questions here that really ought to be answered.  But nobody in Parliament or the mainstream media is interested in asking them.  The media is entirely on board with the government line and there is no effective opposition in Parliament.  Labour has actively taken the side of Big Pharma censorship, and effectively acted as its spokesperson in Parliament when it argued that the government ought to legislate against discussion of vaccination.

The entire situation is mind-blowing.  It’s the stuff of Banana Republics.

What is urgently needed is political opposition to Big Pharma’s influence in our lives.  We need elected representatives who will speak up and object to these cosy arrangements and outright corruption.  That’s the role For Britain intends to fill.

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Anne Marie Waters 


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