Lies on the BBC will Result in Children Dying – Dr Vernon Coleman

Lies on the BBC will Result in Children Dying – Dr Vernon Coleman
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As you know, the BBC is the most dishonest, disreputable, unreliable media outlet in the history of the world. It’s ageist, sexist, bigoted, unpatriotic and as bent as a paperclip. Over the last year I have recorded a number of videos detailing their errors and distortions. One BBC presenter has even boasted that the BBC will not tell the truth about vaccines – they deliberately suppress those who do tell the truth about vaccines and vaccination. And they do this even when they know that they are suppressing the truth.

There is no secret about why the BBC is hiding the truth. The BBC has close links to the drug industry, the crooked, corrupt vaccine makers, and is, of course, desperate to keep its licence fee by sucking up to the Government.

Now it seems that deceiving adults isn’t enough. The BBC is now deliberately lying to children.

On the 8th June the BBC ran an item headed Pfizer vaccine for children – your questions answered.

The BBC put questions to someone called Professor Devi Sridhar, who is apparently Chair of something called Global Public Health at the University of Edinburgh. They have to put the word global into it, don’t they? Presumably, to show their enthusiasm for Agenda 21. I’m surprised they haven’t got the word sustainable in there too.

Professor Sridhar, an American academic, says:

The benefit of getting the vaccine is that you don’t need to worry about covid-19. It means you’re likely to not infect your parents, the people you live with and your teachers.Professor Devi Sridhar

This wretched woman Sridhar, who will surely burn in hell, claims that the vaccine is 100% safe for children.

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