Corona 'Problem' = Vaccine Tyranny 'Solution'

Corona 'Problem' = Vaccine Tyranny 'Solution'

"It's insane! Why are the government doing so much damage to our economy, society and health, over a virus that is literally the flu?" This question is being asked by millions, and of course it's a good one. But the answer is no mystery - it's now staring us all in the face:

The pain, economic chaos and extreme stress is all being imposed quite deliberately, and the aim is to make it so unbearable that people literally queue up to be vaccinated. They won't (initially) force anyone, but when being vaccinated is the only way to enjoy a remotely normal life, the only way to be part of a working society, the elite are confident that people will be as obedient as sheep on the way to the slaughterhouse.

Today's Mail has an article which shows all too clearly how this is supposed to pan out:

"In a ray of hope for the UK, Professor Jonathan Van Tam, who became notorious for his no-nonsense style in TV press conferences, said people should be able to 'live safely' by Easter 2021.

He admitted life will be different in the future and home-working is likely to become much more commonplace, but said he was hopeful. Professor Van Tam said he expects the race to develop a vaccine to protect people from Covid-19 to bear fruit by the middle of next year and that normal life may start to resume when it does.

His sentiments echo comments made by the chair of the UK's Vaccine Taskforce, Kate Bingham, who said today that efforts to develop a jab could hopefully reduce Covid-19 to a flu-like illness rather than the deadly disease it is at the moment. 

British officials have ordered another 90million doses of experimental coronavirus vaccines in support of efforts by pharmaceutical companies Johnson & Johnson and Novavax. 

If all the vaccines pre-ordered by the UK are successful and go into production the country will have a massive stockpile of 340million jabs - enough to give every person in the country five each.

Britain's 'buy first, test later' approach may be its best chance of getting a working jab, said the Vaccine Taskforce chief, who admitted most of the Covid-19 jabs won't work.

As part of the new deals with the US-based drug companies, officials will fund clinical trials of the jabs in Britain. If they are proven to work they could be given to members of the public as soon as the middle of next year. It is not clear how much money the UK has spent on the deals.

The global race for a vaccine - seen as the only viable way to stop the coronavirus - has received promising boosts in recent weeks as early trial results have emerged.

The first clinical trial of one of the UK's biggest hopes, a jab made by Oxford University, showed signs that it produces an immune response and is safe. 

Speaking to Lincolnshire Pride magazine in his local county, Professor Van Tam said: 'I'd hope that spring 2021 will represent a new dawn for the country, by which time we'll be able to live life fairly safely.

'Even so, moving forward, the way we live will change. Covid-19 won't be eradicated anytime soon and we'll have to learn to live with it to some extent.

'Maybe working from home will become far more common over the longer term in some industries.'

Professor Van Tam said progress towards a vaccine is promising and the creation of one that works could change people's way of life and return some normality. But he doesn't expect this to happen until well into the new year.

'The future is hopeful but far from certain,' the deputy chief medical officer said.

'Covid-19 is still in circulation now and could return in significant numbers in winter 2020 if we don't stay alert and follow the advice.   

'A number of vaccines are currently under development. I'm hopeful but not certain we'll have some kind of a vaccine in production by the end of the year but not at full volumes. So I don't think the use of vaccines will provide a meaningful public health result until about Easter; after that I'm hoping that their impact will be substantial.'

The UK today took another big step forward in its plans to secure a vaccine against Covid-19 as it emerged the Government has signed deals for another 90million doses.

Britain will help US-based pharmaceutical firms Johnson & Johnson and Novavax to develop and trial their vaccines in exchange for the right to buy millions of doses.  There are now at least 340million doses of different jabs ordered by the UK in the hope that one of them turns out to work - enough for five per person.