David Icke provides a good summary of the goals of the vaccine pushers:
- new vaccines
- criminalise vaccine opposition
- control social media
- enable forced vaccinations/quarantines
I would also add, increased global cordination between academics, health bodies and the media in pushing “new/novel” virus threats.
Billy – vaccine pusher – Gates, donates $100m to coronavirus. Put that in context of his $644m order of a superyacht.
Billy boy, the pretentious psycopath. It would be worhtwhile to assess how much of his biotech investments have paid off after the repugnant wuhan coronavirus bull excrement narrative.
You have to recall that this coronavirus creates MILD symptoms in most people. It is NOT “deadly”, less than 3% mortality and yet the UK statists can now forcefully restrict your freedom – quarantine you. Copying the excessive example of China.
How do they determine that you have the virus? Yes the bogus PCR test! The gold standard of medical tests is fake
Thanks to a post by Jon Rappoport: Mind control and the “flu virus”, the CDC’s own figures expose the lie of a flu outbreak.
The research branch of the U.S. Department of Defense wants to know when and where the next outbreak of the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus will occur, and it’s offering $150,000 for the best new approach. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) today announced its first health-related challenge, which asks scientific teams to forecast over 6 months how the debilitating disease might spread in the Americas and the Caribbean
Hepburn says DARPA wants to find technologies that U.S. health officials can use to make decisions in the case of an outbreak. “It’s one thing to know what’s happening on the ground currently,” he says, “but really to design your response decisions, you need to know what’s going to happen next.” Forecasts of how severe an outbreak will be, where it might move, and who is most susceptible would help health officials concentrate resources in the right places, killing mosquitos and their larvae, or eliminating out potential breeding grounds in places of high risk.
The challenge drew inspiration from a similar competition at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) focused on influenza prediction—a field that has received more scientific attention than chikungunya and benefits from an annual influx of data during the peak season. CDC’s winning submission, announced in June, combined Google and CDC data to accurately predict the peak and intensity of the 2013 to 2014 season.