Lockdown and Vaccine Narrative Has Fallen Apart

The following article was written by Ramesh Thakur, a former United Nations Assistant Secretary-General, and an emeritus professor at the Australian National University. It was published by Brownstone University last August 23, 2022.

In this article, Thakur looks at the various developments in Covid policies around the world to conclude that the lockdown and vaccine narrative has fallen apart. He says, “The biggest mistake was to hand over control of the Covid agenda…to federal and (especially) state chief of health officers who tend to be bureaucrats more than leading scientists…In the blink of an eye, they morphed from obscure officials to petty tyrants”.

Editor’s Note: Thakur is just one of many more experts who are now speaking out against the draconian policies instituted by governments to “control” Covid spread.

If the current policies of governments are now utilizing the scientific consensus put forward by the Great Barrington Declaration, and we know that there are people in government who actively tried to shut down the Declaration, then it is clear that these government officials have acted against our interest [see Fauci and NIH Chief Colluded to Discredit Three Experts Who Penned the Great Barrington Declaration].

Will Anthony Fauci and National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins be made liable for their corrupt practices? [Read Fauci Stepping Down In December: Will He Be Held Accountable For His Role In Disastrous COVID Policies?].

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