Listen Up, Mr. Gates: Vaccinating into a Pandemic Is ALWAYS the Wrong Answer
Dr. Mike Yeadon: “The elapsed time taken to get an adequate amount of safety data is always longer than the feasible length of any pandemic in history. In other words, a new vaccine is always, let me say it again, always, Mr. Gates, the wrong answer. It will always take you longer to do a responsible job of creating and testing a novel vaccine than the length of the pandemic. And if you take less time, it means you do not have an appropriate amount of safety data and therefore it’s reckless to go and vaccinate the whole population.”
Collusion and Malfeasance: What’s the Chance That All Four Companies Would Pick the Spike Protein?
Suboptimal Vaccine Design at Every Level
- When developing a vaccine, you would normally pick a part of the organism that is not intrinsically harmful; they picked the most dangerous portion.
- Next, you would pick a part of the organism that is genetically most stable. Well, they picked the bit that apparently mutates most quickly.
- You must also try and pick a part of the organism that’s most different from you so that when you elicit an immune response, it won’t overlap and hit you. However, the spike protein was the least dissimilar option they had.
Dr. Mike Yeadon: “Well, so what do you make of all four companies doing the same thing [and picking the suboptimal choice]? There’s a long delay, and they [peers in the industry] said, ‘They must have designed to do it together.’ So I think collusion and malfeasance is evident there.”