Anne Marie Waters
Sunday January 17th 2021
I was unsure whether or not to write this. First of all because it can result in even greater censorship, and secondly because I do not wish, or seek, to advise or persuade any person for or against taking a vaccine. I am not a doctor or a scientist and I am therefore I am unqualified to offer this advice. But I do believe in openness and the availability of information so that people may make informed choices. We have been so deprived of honest information that our choices are made on the basis of falsities. This is certainly the case in politics. The mainstream press and big tech are thoroughly dishonest as we know. Politicians and political candidates are routinely described as one thing by the press when in reality they are often the complete opposite.
I only need to speak of my own experiences in this regard. I am a staunch democrat, and yet the press refers to me as a ‘fascist’ without ever offering me a right of reply or even questioning me as to my true values. Big tech backs this up. Twitter banned me for questioning the police and its continued unwillingness to deal with rape gangs. My Wikipedia page, like the mainstream press, labels me “far right” without any opportunity for me to set the record straight. I cannot amend my Wikipedia page, and I have never been contacted for comment as to how it describes me. So I must simply accept outrageous lies about me and my character in the mainstream public domain. This is the case for many political candidates who are a threat to the status quo, and the result is that people cast their vote not on the basis of the true character of the candidate, but on the basis of lies dispersed by the mainstream information hub.
So, where am I going with this? Yesterday I spoke to a person who had received their COVID-19 vaccination, and it horrified me. This person was very sick following vaccination and even described a fearful hesitancy among the medical staff involved to discuss it. It made me think about what information regarding vaccines is in the public domain, particularly in the mainstream press.
Both big media and big politics are touting vaccination as our only way of the crippling lockdowns we are experiencing. It is therefore important that we know as much as we can about it. This morning, reports claim that lockdowns may be lifted in March, provided a significant number of people in the 50-80 age range are vaccinated. Today therefore, I will collate just some of the stories that have been published, or the accounts given by medical professionals, in this regard. It’s important to focus on stories that are not so positive because these are so often hidden away in the far reaches of the internet.
Let’s start by reminding ourselves of who profits from mass vaccination: big tech and big pharma. In previous Sunday Columns, I’ve looked in detail at Bill Gates, who is heavily involved in promoting vaccinations and has doubled his personal fortune in the process.
I’ve also looked at big drug companies in a separate column, including appalling dishonest behaviour for which some have received hefty fines.
Today, I will look at what dissident doctors have to say, and what we know about these vaccines and when they go wrong.
Firstly, the nature of vaccination. The usual way that vaccines help the body fight off disease is to introduce a weakened version of the virus in to the body. The body fights this off and therefore remembers to do so if the same virus should enter the body again. We build up an immunity to this particular virus; by having fought it off once, the body will remember and automatically do it again and again.
This one however is different. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccinations instead send synthetic molecules in to the body that instruct our cells on how to fight the virus. This has been described by critics not as immunisation, but as genetic engineering. This kind of vaccination has never before been approved for use on human beings.
Furthermore, they don’t even seem to work.
Medical journal The Lancet published the following back in November 2020.
Unfortunately, trials’ results were announced via press releases, leaving many scientific uncertainties that will dictate how the vaccines will affect the course of the pandemic. Little safety data are available. How well the vaccines work in older people or those with underlying conditions and their efficacy in preventing severe disease are still unclear. Peer-reviewed publication should resolve these issues, but other questions will not be answerable for some time. For one, the duration of protection is unknown and will have a huge bearing on the practicalities and logistics of immunisation (will boosters be needed? How often?).
Whether the vaccines prevent transmission of SARS-CoV-2 or mainly just protect against illness is largely unknown too. If the latter, achieving herd immunity through immunisation becomes a difficult prospect.
Even the government admits it does not know to what extent it will provide protection:
The vaccine cannot give you COVID-19 infection, and a full course will reduce your chance of becoming seriously ill. We do not yet know whether it will stop you from catching and passing on the virus, but we do expect it to reduce this risk. So, it is still important to follow the guidance in your local area to protect those around you.
To protect yourself and your family, friends and colleagues you still need to:
- practice social distancing
- wear a face mask
- wash your hands carefully and frequently
- follow the current guidance
In other words, we will still need to practice the same social distancing etc. even after vaccination.
Some doctors have spoken publicly about these vaccines. I shall name and quote some here.
Dr Hilde De Smet: “Due to the excuse of a global pandemic, the pharma industry has the permission to skip the animal trials. This means that we humans will be the guinea pigs”.
Dr Johan Denis: “This vaccine has been developed too quickly. Therefore we have no idea what the long term effects will be. It is an experiment on humanity”.
Dr Elizabeth Evans: “There is only limited short term safety data, and no long term safety data to rule out late-onset negative effects like auto-immune diseases, infertility, and cancers”.
Dr Anne Fierlafijn: “Please be critical, do your own research, and don’t let the media manipulate you”.
Dr Carrie Madej: “This is the first time ever… this will ever be launched on the human race. There are so many different, awful things that can happen to us and we need to investigate this before we go forward. This is my alarm call to the world”.
In a report by the Centers for Disease Control in December 2020, it was claimed that just one day after the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine was launched in the UK, two cases of anaphylaxis (a rapid-onset severe allergic reaction that can serious illness or death) had been found.
Part of the report revealed that of 112,807 people vaccinated, 3,150 (2.8%) “were unable to perform normal daily activities, unable to work, required care from a doctor or healthcare professional”.
Dr Vernon Coleman takes this up:
“If 60 million people in the UK have the vaccine, we can expect 1.67 million people to be unable to work, unable to perform normal daily activities, and to require care. I don’t know how long for. If 6 billion people worldwide have the vaccine, then the number rises to 167 million”.
In an interview with Bill Gates, CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell, having described how 80% of participants experienced a systemic side-effect, ranging from “severe chills to fevers”, asked Gates “are these vaccines safe?”. Bill Gates stuttered and stumbled through the answer. He was clear about one thing however: “we don’t know if these vaccines will work”.
Yet, presumably he is already profiting from them.
There is a vast and widespread range of opinion as to why these vaccines are being rushed through, and the mainstream consensus is of course that it is our only way out of lockdown. But how can our politicians and press be so certain about this when science, and even Bill Gates who has a major vested interest in its rollout, acknowledge that we don’t know if it works, and that the same social restrictions we are experiencing will have to remain after vaccination?
Now the UK government has announced vaccination “super-hubs“. The plan is quite simply to vaccinate more and more of us as quickly as possible, regardless of side-effects, data, or a plan to help those who experience severe reactions. This is not even mentioned. The responsible minister Nadhim Zahawi said he wants to vaccination 15 million Brits by mid February. On whether the vaccine will be mandatory, Zahawi said “the moment you say it is mandatory there will be those that say “well, I don’t want to be vaccinated”, hence why we have used the word offered.”
Vaccination without sufficient data, press reports that don’t mention side-effects, a rush to vaccinate as many people as possible, massive profits for big pharma companies who bear no legal responsibility for results, and government ministers admitting they are manipulating language to persuade us to inject ourselves with an barely understood potion – is it any wonder trust in our leaders is so low?
The solution? New leaders. It’s time.
Anne Marie Waters