It’s difficult not to be sceptical these days.
I’m constantly finding myself looking for the hidden agenda in everything we’re told by politicians, doctors, advisors and the pharmaceutical industry. They all lie about everything and there is always some malignant underlying reason for everything they do or say.
So, for example, cat owners in the UK are now told that they must microchip their pets.
If it isn’t already a global law then it soon will be.
They say it’s because gangs of catnappers are rushing round the countryside stealing cats, and if you believe that I’ve got some newly minted £3 notes I can sell you at a very reasonable price.
The real reasons are rather more subtle.
They want to control everything we do. They want to charge us fees for as many things as possible. They want to ensure that all cats are vaccinated against covid-19 because that will massively increase drug company profits (and, doubtless, get rid of a few million cats).
And, most important of all, they want to be able to track us every minute of the day. Putting a tracker in your cat is a good way to keep an eye on where you live.
The other news item that caught my eye today was the report that the head of Research and Development for oncology at AstraZeneca (best known now as a vaccine manufacturer) had died at the age of 61.
According to a Spanish newspaper, the man died of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) – a rare brain condition (infamously linked to mad cow disease).
Now I have no doubt that the company and the media and the fact checkers will deny that the unfortunate fellow’s demise had anything to do with the Astra Zeneca mRNA vaccine.
But it’s a hell of a coincidence.
Did he have the vaccine?
And if he didn’t have the vaccine, was his lethal condition linked to his work?
This is important – both for those who work for drug companies and for those who have had the vaccine.
The world is currently taking part in the biggest medical experiment in history.
We know that thousands of people who have been injected with the mRNA vaccines have died or been seriously ill.
Is CJD another disease we should be looking for and worried about? Is it going to go from rare to very common?
If governmental advisors and drug companies were a little more honest and prepared to discuss and debate the mRNA vaccines (instead of suppressing information and demonising those asking sensible questions) we would be in a better position to understand what is or might be happening.
But in the absence of any discussion (and remember the BBC boasts that it will not discuss vaccines) the wise will consider this yet another problem potentially linked to the vaccines.
Copyright Vernon Coleman April 2021
Vernon Coleman’s bestselling book Coming Apocalypse deals with the early days of the coronavirus hoax. The book, published in April 2020, contains Vernon Coleman’s predictions for how he believed the hoax would unfold. `Coming Apocalypse’ is available as a paperback and an eBook on Amazon.