PM Johnson does something Churchill never could do

One can only speculate as to what kind of influence would cause the PM to so propitiate global vaccine interests

by Steve Cook

Boris Johnson, apparently a huge fan of Sir Winston Churchill, has managed after only 8 months or so as PM to do something Churchill never could do: surrender

This moment of abject national humiliation came when Johnson enthusiastically capitulated to Bill Gates and the vaccine cartel, GAVI.

The media propaganda machine made sure that hardly anyone saw Johnson’s fawning and excruciatingly embarrassing speech at the end of the global summit he hosted in London yesterday and co-chaired with Gates.

The meeting elicited a short mention at the end of the BBC 10 o’clock news and was not mentioned on the front pages of any of the national newspapers this morning as the nation was conveniently distracted by riots over alleged police brutality in a foreign country.

Apparently thanks to the PM and the coterie of BIg Pharma stooges in his government, the UK government pledged £1.6 billion from the pockets of the country’s tax payers to GAVI, a front group for a pharmaceutical industry already awash with money, billions of which come from the Gates Foundation.

It would have been nice to have been consulted before our money was used to bolster the profits of foreign businesses.

As the group, Age of Autism so aptly put it,

“No one knew when they were electing Johnson that they were electing Gates and putting the vaccine industry at the heart of the British nation’s future. It was particularly galling to see him extol the already failed Oxford COVID vaccine as an example of British innovation. This is presumably where we were headed from the moment lockdown was announced.”

It is worth reflecting too that Oxford University – along with, apparently, nine tenths of Britain’s cash-strapped academia – is in receipt of large donations from the ubiquitous Gates.

The five biggest European university beneficiaries of Gates funding- all British – have scooped $550m , 59% of all the Gates Foundation’s European university giving. They are (1) Oxford ($166m), (2) Imperial College ($133m), (3) London School of Tropical Medicine ($131m), (4) University of Greenwich ($64m) and (5) Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine ($55m). Four out of these five universities (number 4 is the exception as far as I know) are represented on the secretive SAGE committee that has made such a dreadful mess of “advising” the UK government throughout the debacle of lockdown.

Gates “philanthropy” is a wonderful control mechanism. Economic mismanagement by this and previous governments has left institutions desperate for cash – a convenient breach into which the lavish Gates Foundation steps with its evidently limitless funds. The generosity comes with strings attached in so far as the beneficiaries henceforth are very very reluctant to bite the hand that feeds them lest Gates turns off the tap of  money supply.

One can speculate as to what kind of influence would cause the PM to so propitiate global vaccine interests: maybe some kind of pressure has been brought to bear – blackmail or some such thing – or maybe he is just mind-bogglingly credulous, or perhaps lavish promise.s have been made, proffered rewards fir cooperation that were too tempting to refuse.

Yet the alacrity of his capitulation suggests that this was what was on the cards from the beginning, the outcome that has driven the whole smoke-and-mirrors psyop of the so-called pandemic.

Evidently, the endless War on Terror has been replaced by the War on Health as a way for multi national corporate interests to profit from our heavily propagandised fears, a war long ago devised by Gates and his cronies in the psycho- pharmaceutical axis. From their perspective, the Coronavirus caper has been a success, mobilising a lying media and collaborative government  to instill terror of a disease now revealed as possibly less deadly than flu.

It is a war that has seen the PM’s obscenely enthusiastic capitulation.  Churchill he ain’t. Petain would be a more apt analogy.


 

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1 Comment on PM Johnson does something Churchill never could do

  1. gates and his man wife bellender gates need locking up south Georgia islands seem an ideal location

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