This is a documentary, originally produced by UK Column in 2015 but never before uploaded to YouTube, about the 2001 Foot and Mouth ‘pandemic’ in the UK. Viewer discretion is advised.
We are posting this now because the man that advised then Prime Minister Tony Blair during this fiasco was, as many will know, Prof. Neil Ferguson of Imperial College – the man who is driving the current policy of lockdown over Covid19.
Ferguson was sacked by DEFRA late on during the pandemic, but the damage had been done. Despite this, Ferguson was awarded an OBE in 2002 for his work during FMD 2001.
From one of the contributors to the documentary:
“According to Meat & Livestock Commission stats, 12,000,000 animals were slaughtered. This statistic did not include lambs at foot, aborted lambs, calves or piglets. On top of that, tens of thousands of chickens were slaughtered in the early months on ‘welfare’ grounds. 88% of all animals slaughtered had not contracted FMD (DEFRA).”
“Great Orton airfield was used to slaughter sheep under the ‘voluntary’ cull that was anything but voluntary, and farmers not participating were ruthlessly threatened. There was only one mild case of FMD recorded from the thousands of blood tests done at Great Orton (DEFRA).”
“There was a travelator that ran from the slaughter tent at Great Orton to the graves. This ran 16 hours a day transporting ‘dead’ young lambs. Slaughtermen working there reported that many of the lambs were buried alive.”