Many of the same people who argued for medical “death panels” not so long ago are the same ones crushing any dissent on the efficacy or safety of the COVID 19 vaccines. Bill Gates is one example.
Another is oncologist Ezekiel Emanuel, who famously argued life should end at 75. Emanuel now sits on President Biden’s COVID-19 advisory team.
Numerous aspects of the COVID “pandemic” are unprecedented and strange, and there is no denying that fact. So says Dr.
Paul Craig Roberts, longtime scholar and journalist. Roberts says that logic, as well as data, should give anyone thinking of taking the current COVID vaccines pause.
On Dr. Roberts’s website, he featured an article contribution by media analyst Mike Whitney that took a deep dive into the strangeness surrounding the pandemic and saving vaccines.
In the article, Whitney noted,
“Everything about the Covid vaccine is wrong, just like everything about Covid-mania is wrong. It’s all unprecedented, suspicious, and, frankly, weird. None of it passes the smell test, none of it.”
He listed some of the extraordinary measures and events that would have been unimaginable just a year ago, including:

  • Locking down 300 million healthy people in the U.S. alone
  • Orders to shut down businesses and schools, pushing the economy into the worst contraction since the Great Depression
  • Forcing everyone to wear masks and “socially distance” – even within their own homes
  • Politicians short-circuiting constitutional powers of state legislatures to rule by fiat
  • Media and tech giants de-personing scientists, epidemiologists, virologists, and statisticians because their professional views conflicted with government COVID advisor and admitted liar, Dr. Anthony Fauci

Dr. Roberts believes the nexus of powerful institutions, corporations, and government authorities suppressing criticism of the pandemic and vax-pushing policies is something no one should consider acceptable.
Roberts himself has a long experience and credentials as a journalist and economic expert. He served as associate editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal and columnist for Business Week and the Scripps Howard News Service. Before that, in 1987, he was awarded the Treasury Department’s Meritorious Service Award for “his outstanding contributions to the formulation of United States economic policy.”
Roberts pointed to Whitney’s analysis as an example of the kind of reporting that is sadly absent in today’s MSM. Whitney himself asserts it’s not “conspiracy” thinking to question Big Pharma and corporate elites who have been unfairly enriched, while billions around the world suffer economic catastrophe and a quarantine existence. The comprehensive upending of normal life, for a virus that statistically is dangerous primarily to very elderly people, suggests that some more nefarious objective may be at stake.
“Ask yourself this: Who is touting this new wonder drug and insisting that all seven billion people on the planet get inoculated? Is it the scientists, virologists, and epidemiologists who have no dog in the fight and whose judgments are based on the science alone? Or is it the conflicted state bureaucrats, the public health toadies, and do-good billionaires who seek access to the personal biology of all humanity to effect the changes they believe will trim the world’s population and reverse the projected acceleration of climate change? Which is it?”
The agenda of the Great Reset dovetails so perfectly with the set-up of a world-wide “crisis pandemic” that the narrative begs questioning and suspicion. And vaccines are the perfect gateway to the boundless authority needed to achieve those ambitions, Whitney posits.

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