Aug 25, 2022·edited Aug 25, 2022Liked by Todd Hayen, PhD, RP

Awesome interview! I loved the denial conversation. It actually felt like Jeremy was in a bit of denial, as he tried to hedge on "extreme" views for each end of the climate/ vaccine debate.

Nonsense. We are at war and yes, this is democide. Here's what Michael Yeadon said last year (keep in mind he was the *chief scientist* and VP of Pfizer's allergy and infectious disease division):

"If you wanted, say, to depopulate a significant portion of the world and do it in a way that wouldn't require destruction of the environment with nuclear weapons or poisoning everyone with anthrax or something like that, and you wanted plausible deniability whilst you have a multi-year infectious disease crisis, I shouldn't think you could come up with a better plan of work than seems to be in front of me."

44:30 https://delingpole.podbean.com/e/dr-mike-yeadon-1617215402/

Yeadon also said, "I will fight for the truth as though holding the trigger of a machine gun until it jams, or I run out of bullets, or I die."

RFK, Jr. said he'll die in the trenches with his boots on fighting alongside us. (!!)

Naomi Wolf recently said, "sorry folks, but this is definitely genocide."

These are not hyperbolic individuals. They are staid scientists and lawyers. More importantly, they are well aware of the legal implications in using this rhetoric and wouldn't risk their career for a few more clicks on their website. I, for one, believe them.

[for further discussion, I also happen to believe RFKJ and David Ray Griffin about catastrophic anthropogenic climate change. It is very uncomfortable for us Covid and 9/11 truthers to acknowledge that the "leaders" of both movements (inasmuch as they are the most prolific and most quoted) devoted decades of research to proving that Big Oil has left us with a planet in hospice. And, yes, this could render us extinct in 12 years.]

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