What is the best way to convince the general public into taking an experimental vaccine which has limited safety and efficacy trials?
Of course, you use actors and other performance artists to convince them. Most people do not want the science or data to hand when making important decisions like this, but give them a familiar face from the little box in the room, telling them to be good little girls and boys and hey presto, informed consent complete!
Before I get into these so-called celebrities who have sold their souls to the devil, I’d like to point out the fact that the NHS & the British media warned the public that this was exactly how they were going to convince the public into being human guinea pigs back in November of 2020:
NHS bosses plan to enlist celebrities and “influencers” with big social media followings in a major campaign to persuade people to have a Covid vaccine amid fears of low take-up.
Ministers and NHS England are drawing up a list of “very sensible” famous faces in the hope that their advice to get immunised would be widely trusted, the Guardian has learned. – The Guardian
This tactic however is nothing new, some of you may remember singer and full-time drug addict Elvis Presley taking the Polio Vaccine on national television in 1956, which led to a staggering 90% vaccine uptake in no time!
One can only assume that finding ‘very sensible’ celebrities willing to place the general population into a position of potential harm proved harder than expected.
First up, Elton John:
And if the advice of the singing legend Elton John doesn’t convince you, what about the cockney speaking comedian and actor Michael Caine, he is far more qualified to give such advice, right?
Fear not though, if these two half-wits wasn’t quite enough there are plenty more.
The former lead singer of Showaddywaddy has advised people to get a vaccination after his “brutal” experience with Covid-19. – BBC News
No idea who Showaddywaddy are? Don’t worry, you missed little. But one thing I can tell you is that Dave Bartram, the voice of this mediocre 70s band, knows absolutely nothing about vaccines in general and less than nothing about the COVID-19 experimental vaccines he’s now irresponsibly pushing onto the general public.
You may not know who Dave Bartram is, but one singing star of days gone by you most definitely will have heard of is Dolly Parton. That’s right, and not only did she take the vaccine (allegedly) live on television, she had a few words to say and sing about it as well:
“I’m old enough to get it and I’m smart enough to get it. …The sooner we get to feeling better, the sooner we are going to get back to being normal. So I just wanna say to all of you cowards out there, don’t be such a chicken squat, get out there and get your shot.”
She is indeed old enough to get the vaccine and smart enough, as you really don’t need to be that smart to get this vaccine, you simply need to be able to follow orders without question.
I found Dolly’s little performance pathetic, but if that’s all it takes to convince someone to take the vaccine, then maybe it’s for the best anyway.
I find it highly disturbing that the general population can be so easily swayed to take a vaccine which has virtually no historical safety data, no released studies and no manufacturer liability by people that have built their entire career from accepting money to perform.
They are all performers, that is what they do. We were even warned in advance that celebrities would be used to try to sell the vaccine to the public. No ‘very sensible’ ones were up for the task it seems, so they took what was available, but nevertheless how can people be so, well, stupid?
For those that needed just a little more persuasion, those who need a voice of authority to tell them what to do, there was everyone’s favourite parasite to share some words with us:
Take your goddamn vaccines, clearly no one wants to hear intelligent information regarding the risks attributed to the vaccines and the fact that the disease it’s protecting you from is of little significance when compared to influenza.
I get it; you don’t want to know, Dolly says do it, you get your magic little golden ticket through the post like something out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and you’re good to go!
I drive past the vaccination centre everyday; it makes me feel sick to my stomach.
There are only two possible scenerios at play here. Either myself and the millions of others with similar concerns are bat-shit crazy, or there is some serious ‘Doctor Who’ shit going down.
I have a horrible feeling it’s the latter.