AS the abysmal Matt Hancock slithers off into the sunset, the circumstances surrounding the footage of him pawing at his mistress in his office remain mysterious. Recent reports indicate that the camera had been deliberately repositioned some days earlier; others have suggested that the footage was doctored, or even that the scene was staged.
No equivalent mystery attends the question of the merits of Hancock’s period in office. Like his associates in the conspiracy-cum-clown-car which constitutes Johnson’s regime, Hancock’s concern from the beginning has been to advance himself by imposing a biosecurity agenda set in Davos.
Among the beneficiaries of his department’s largesse are Topwood, a company run by his sister and brother-in-law, in which he has a 20 per cent stake, which secured a contract with NHS Wales worth £150,000; Alex Bourne, who used to run Hancock’s local pub and won a £30million deal for Covid tests despite having no previous experience in the sector; and Hancock’s married lover Gina Coladangelo, appointed to a taxpayer-funded role, and her brother, an executive at a private healthcare company which has won a string of public sector contracts.
If third-world-style sleaze is now par for the course across the collapsing former West, Hancock’s behaviour as the Secretary of State for Health has marked a new nadir. Along with financially and morally compromised Gates Foundation-linked public health officials – several identified by TCW writer Karen Harradine here and here – other key players in the global Covid response with close connections or interests in the pharmaceutical industry include Anthony Fauci, Jeremy Farrar, Patrick Vallance, Christian Drosten, Jonathan Van-Tam and other Sage figures, a conflict of interests that is routinely ignored, or denied as in the case of Vallance, cleared by who else but Matt Hancock, he has been instrumental in promoting a systematically distorted picture of the reality of Covid-19 while suppressing safe, cheap and effective early treatments including hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin.
According to the Texas A&M cardiologist and academic Dr Peter McCullough, early treatment with a drug protocol conceived to mitigate the symptoms of Sars-Covid-19, in particular the damaging effects of the spike protein, which has been replicated by every vaccine, could plausibly have saved 85 per cent of the lives lost to the disease over the past eighteen months. To this day, zero outpatient treatment plans have been publicised in Britain.
As McCullough has observed, the pattern of events surrounding the suppression of the treatments, include the early publication of a fake paper in the once reputable Lancet, the destruction of the second largest hydroxychloroquine factory in the world in Taiwan, reports of destruction of drug supplies in Africa, and the criminalisation of the use of effective treatments in Queensland, Australia, South Africa (recently reversed) and elsewhere cannot be ascribed to incompetence.
In the United States and elsewhere the absence of effective existing treatment plans is a necessary precondition for approving the emergency use of an experimental vaccine: because the deployment of untested new technology was a priority from the beginning, effective treatments were suppressed, and are still being suppressed today.
The benefits of this policy to the pharmaceutical industry have been gained at the expense of patients. Unlike the off-label use of generic drugs, the experimental vaccination programme is neither cheap, safe nor effective. Under standard procedures a vaccine causing more than 25 casualties would be pulled from the market; the correct variable for the number of deaths caused by a vaccination programme is zero. So far, more than 6,000 deaths in the United States and more than 12,000 deaths in Europe have been reported following injection with experimental Sars-Covid-19 vaccines, as well as hundreds of thousands of injuries.
As healthy young sportsmen and models suffer spontaneous heart attacks and four British Airways pilots die inexplicably, it remains unclear whether the experimental vaccines prevent either transmission or infection, with others wondering if the vaccine programme is itself generating variants by creating antibody-dependent enhancements. NHS data released on the day of Hancock’s resignation indicated that vaccinated inpatients are now dying of the so-called ‘Delta’ variant in greater numbers than the unvaccinated. Last Sunday, Government broadcaster Andrew Marr, like a vaccination-Sisyphus jabbing himself with a needle for eternity, described coming down with a ‘very nasty’ case of Covid despite being fully vaccinated before suggesting this was normal.
This is not normal. Beyond the censorship and propaganda the general picture now emerging is that the vaccination programme is a medical and ethical catastrophe in fundamental violation of the Hippocratic Oath. In years to come, recent footage showing the designer of the Astra-Zeneca vaccine being applauded by a vaccine passport-carrying crowd at Wimbledon, together with the danse macabre of nurses which accompanied 2020, will come to be regarded as one of the most ghoulish scenes in history. The British government and their paid advisers are now pushing to extend the vaccination programme to children, a group for whom Covid-19 poses zero risk. If they succeed, healthy children will join the ranks of the tens of thousands they have already killed.
None of this sprang from the brain of Hancock: appointed to high office for his stupidity and cynicism, he was always only a functionary. For this reason there is little reason to expect a fundamental shift in strategy from his replacement, only a shift in tactics.
Sajid Javid in fact does have a unique political opportunity. Pushed out of office by Johnson near the beginning of his rule to create a compliant exchequer under the ingenuous Sunak, Javid is untainted by the destruction of the last 18 months of criminal mismanagement, and temporarily politically invulnerable. He could, if he wished, become Britain’s Ron DeSantis, by sidelining Whitty, Vallance and Van-Tam and adopting a real public health policy designed to keep people out of hospital, as opposed to the ‘Ministry of Sickness’ parody which now dominates. But there is nothing in his background which suggests this is realistic.
More likely, former banker Javid’s task will be to impose the vaccine passport supposedly to restart travel with Europe and then domestically as the Trojan horse for social credit digital currencies currently being developed by his ex-colleagues at JP Morgan. Already in his maiden speech to the Potemkin Parliament that the House of Commons has become, Javid was assiduous in repeating the globalist mantra Build Back Better. The pieces have been rearranged, but the Reset remains on track.