The link to Prof. Bill Willers‘ article is below, but first I’ll explore two related events I’ve experienced in support of this wonderful work.
A few months ago, I overheard two men talking about politics. One was obviously ‘one of them.’ I walked over to them, apologized for eavesdropping, and started a discussion as to our current mess.
I told him I was sure the pharmaceutical industry was running all our DPHs and governments. He leaned forward and put his elbows on his knees when I said that. [I obviously had gotten his attention.]
I told him I was fairly certain that the goal was forced mandatory vaccination, but that I was crippled from pharmaceutical products and the shots as were my children. I asked him if he had ever met anyone who was vaccine-injured–he said no–I said,
“Now you have–there are over a million of us.”
After walking away, a friend walked up to me, anticipation on her face, and said,
“What did you say to the Mayor?” [oops]
As to the NEJM, a few days before they wrote that article, there was another. They suggested restricting anyone not getting the shots to their homes–not allowing them to leave for any reason.
I wrote a comment and took a screenshot because I feared it would never leave moderation. [From what I can see it didn’t.]
There is more on the NEJM’s views and mine here:
Global Research, October 20, 2020
Dr. Eric Rubin, an adjunct professor at Harvard’sT.H. Chan School of Public Health, has been Editor-in-Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) since 2019. On October 8, 2020, an editorial in the Journal,“Dying in a Leadership Vacuum”, excoriated the Trump Administration for having mishandled the Covid19 Pandemic, with editors concluding that such leadership should be thrown out of office. Coming shortly before the Presidential election makes the editorsde factocampaigners for a Biden Presidency, which is unseemly for a scientific journal, as objectivity and freedom from political involvement is expected for such a designation.
Below editorial text is a link to“Disclosure forms provided by the authors”. Scroll to Section 3 and “Relevant financial activities outside the submitted work”, and see that author and NEJM Deputy Editor Lindsey Baden has received grants from the Wellcome…
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