(This article is a reprint. It was first published Jan. 5th, 2020.)
by Samuel Di Gangi
Over the years, perhaps more than ever in recent years, a vast and ever-growing number of “conspiracy theories” have been proven to be true. The world has heard “crackpot” theories on such things as big tech spying, the merging of man with computer, the contaminating of the USS Ronald Reagan during Fukushima, and how the United States has helped fund terrorist groups such as ISIS. As a matter of fact, any time that corrupt, dishonest, or incompetent leadership has been exposed, the blanket “conspiracy theory” term is applied in an attempt to discredit their accusers and blur the facts.
In NO area is this more true than in the field of vaccines.
Perhaps it’s the number of vaccines given, maybe it’s the preservatives that are added, or some other combination of factors, but science is proving more and more that vaccines are quite dangerous…at least for a considerable number of people. While some will argue that “I get vaccines all of the time and nothing has happened to me,” unfortunately there are a lot of people who are not so lucky, and instead have a very tragic story to tell.
The latest incident where a cover-up has the potential to be pedaled as a conspiracy theory can be found in the World Health Organization via Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, M.D. Chief Scientist of the WHO, as Sons Of Liberty media has recently pointed to. In videos and other propaganda, the doctor parrots that “Vaccines are very safe” and even that the jabs can work to “prevent disease without risks…” but what does the WHO leader say when speaking to the World Health Organization?
It seems, as the video shows, Dr. Swamminathan delivers a very different message when addressing her colleagues. It could be argued that her words are almost the polar opposite from her public service announcements, as evidenced when she said, “We really don’t have very good safety monitoring systems.”
Does that sound like it mirrors in any way her statement just a few days earlier that “Vaccines are very safe?”
Lest anyone think that this was merely one statement taken out of context by a “conspiracy theorist,” she goes on to admit, “[we] learned about adverse events only after the drug’s been licensed and introduced into the population. So I think that risk is always there…”
To paraphrase, her real view seems to be that “vaccines are safe, as long as one considers safe something that comes with considerable risks.”
Vaccines may prevent diseases, but they may also cause a whole lot of damage. They are clearly not being monitored in many places, and life threatening reactions are only learned about after countless people have been injected.
If anyone doubts the truth of this, proof can be found in the doctor’s own testimony, as seen in the video below:
As the video shows (starting point 7:03), the doctor offers the excuses that if someone gets sick from a vaccine that it is usually just a coincidence or an error in administering the vaccine. However, behind closed doors she says something totally different when in front of the World Health Organization. She boasts in the official video about “robust vaccine safety systems” and then a few days later turns around and admits that they don’t have “very good safety monitoring systems in many countries”. One has to wonder if there are any safety monitoring systems at all in place.
Conspiracy theory, or one of the biggest and most deadly cover-ups the world has ever seen? You decide.
Samuel Earl Di Gangi is a writer, political commentator, graphic artist, DJ, and musician with a strong pro-Libertarian & pro-Christian lean. He is the curator of “The Correct Views”, or “TCV”, which is a member show of the newsgroup “The Media Speaks”.
You can contact Sam directly at email@example.com