Eric Clapton NME

“I took the first jab of AZ and straight away had severe reactions which lasted ten days. I recovered eventually and was told it would be twelve weeks before the second one…,” Clapton wrote in the letter.

“About six weeks later I was offered and took the second AZ shot, but with a little more knowledge of the dangers. Needless to say the reactions were disastrous, my hands and feet were either frozen, numb or burning, and pretty much useless for two weeks, I feared I would never play again, (I suffer with peripheral neuropathy and should never have gone near the needle.) But the propaganda said the vaccine was safe for everyone…”

Who to believe? Legiron on one side?

So, anyone who doesn’t want to take part in the experiment is now an ‘anti-vaxxer’. This would be amusing if it wasn’t so serious.

Or Chris Snowdon on the other?

David Icke accused “demons” of using “a fake virus, a fake test, and fake death certificates to give the illusion of a deadly disease that has never and does not exist.”

It’s an easy choice: Legiron is a microbiologist, and Snowdon isn’t.

But if nothing else it’s more evidence for the decline and fall of Public Health. Nobody believes them any more. Not even Chris Snowdon.

I stopped believing a long time ago, when they locked smokers like me out of the pubs.

We live in an era of mad medical tyranny.

When it ends, we’ll all go back to smoking, just like we have for the past 500 years..

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19 Responses to Anti-vax

  1. Joe L. says:

    Queen guitarist and infamous antismoker Brian May has come out (no surprise) as pro-experimental vaccine, criticizing Eric Clapton and “anti-vax people”:

    Queen’s Brian May Complains You Can’t Go Against ‘The Herd’, Then Criticises Clapton, Anti-Vaxxers

    May, 74, tried to soften the blow against Clapton, 76, by first telling ex-newspaper The Independent: “I love Eric Clapton, he’s my hero” — but he immediately moved on to say that “he has very different views from me in many ways. He’s a person who thinks it’s OK to shoot animals for fun, so we have our disagreements, but I would never stop respecting the man.”

    “Anti-vax people, I’m sorry, I think they’re fruitcakes. There’s plenty of evidence to show that vaccination helps. On the whole they’ve been very safe. There’s always going to be some side effect in any drug you take, but to go around saying vaccines are a plot to kill you, I’m sorry, that goes in the fruitcake jar for me,” May added.

    Brian May is a status-quo-promoting tool of the elite; a pathetic bootlicker.

    • Frank Davis says:

      Did Clapton say vaccines are a plot to kill you? I didn’t see that.

      • Joe L. says:

        No, he didn’t. This is a targeted smear campaign. They’re trying to associate Clapton with “anti-vaxxers,” even though Clapton took the experimental injections. Nobody is allowed to question the injections or even discuss adverse effects that they suffered after receiving it.

        The same goes for left-leaning, self-proclaimed Progressive comedian Jimmy Dore, who has been discussing all of the side effects he has suffered for months after taking the “jabs” on his podcast. He is also being labeled as “anti-vaxx” even through he also followed orders, simply because he’s openly reporting his negative side effects.

        Very frightening times we are living in.

    • Stephen Helfer says:

      I can’t have respect for a guitarist who would belong to a band called “Queen.”

      • Joe L. says:

        That’s a bit shallow, Stephen. I’m a big fan of Queen. Freddie Mercury was an incredibly gifted songwriter and phenomenal singer–and he was a smoker. Brian May was a very talented and innovative guitarist, but somewhere along the line he became a propaganda-pushing sycophant for the “powers that be.”

        He’s not unique in this; many musicians have been falling in line in support of authoritarianism over the past couple decades. I remember when punk rock was anti-establishment. Now, so-called “punk rockers” are supporting authoritarian smoking bans, COVID lockdowns, mask mandates and experimental injections. It seems like the entire universe has flipped inside-out.

  2. waltc says:

    That’s a misleading characterization of Snowdon’s position since he’s actually arguing against the yoyo’s who think the virus is fake or even the ones who accept that it’s real but continue to think it’s not serious or deadly. But it’s not either/or. It’s not logically inconsistent to believe it’s a very real and serious virus and also be skeptical about the vaccine. And Snowdon is wrong in conflating rational skepticism with woo-woo fancies about implanted microchips or planetary genocide.

    As for Clapton, he’s not “antivax” —he actually had the damn shot, in fact even the second one after a bad reaction to the first—but he was warning people (especially those with pre-existing neurological conditions) that its side effects, though rare, can be devastating. Seems like a public service, but the media eaters, who swallow propaganda and spit it out with venom, are all over him about it saying he should just shut up because he might discourage someone somewhere from taking it.

    • Frank Davis says:

      I got the strong impression that Clapton regretted being vaccinated, given the effect it had on him.

      If Snowdon is arguing against the “yoyos” who think the virus is real but continue to think it’s not serious or deadly, then I’m one of those yoyos. My current understanding is that the virus isn’t much more dangerous than flu. The threat has been exaggerated.

      But as I say, who knows who to believe these days?

      • waltc says:

        AFAIK, people who die from flu die of its respiratory effects. This one can (and does) affect every part of the body, including the brain. Causes blood clots that also affect the brain, heart, lungs and limbs—in the latter case leading to amputations. Of the 5 people I know who had it, 3 recovered, one died, one formerly athletic woman has permanent heart and lung damage. A good friend’s sister, a smart researcher, was so mentally impaired in its wake she committed suicide six months after. So, yes, I believe this is exponentially different. I also believe, based on the VAERS reports and even the things that the government grudgingly admits, that the vaccines also go to every part of the body where they, too, can cause damage and have done so.

  3. Stephen Helfer says:

    Frank talks about the “downfall of Public Health.” Public Health and medicine have many skeletons in the closet. Eugenics, forced sterilization, Tuskegee experiments, Aids drug experimentation on foster children, Johns Hopkins infamous sex change clinic, and a profitable market for transplant organs are just a few examples.

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