That was the somewhat bizarre headline in the Evening Standard yesterday as regards the entirely peaceful London demonstration to oppose the Government's Pharmacentric Covid19 "strategy", and oppose any mad ideas the Johnson administration might have about obligatory vaccination against an insipid Coronavirus pandemic.
The initial headline yesterday said 'hundreds' but the police said 'tens of thousands', so I fired a complaint at the Standard. I'd imagine many other people did the same, because for the later editions, they changed it.
It is odd, is it not, to see a once-respected British newspaper headlining that several thousand people gathered in Trafalgar Square purely to promote conspiracy theories. One wonders what the subs at ES have in their minds when they decide on such a line: what motives do they think those who don't trust Global pharma have in inventing something when the very ground we walk upon is littered wth their malfeasance?
Boris Johnson wrote the demonstrators off as "nuts", which is why - over at The Slog - John Ward opines that having obtained some form of Brexit, BoJo is now surplus to requirements.
In Berlin later in the afternoon, thousands gathered with the same agenda, and the EU media set was equally blasé in its formulaic use of 'conspiracy theory', 'covid deniers' and the general Establishment framing we have come to expect.
Just to reiterate: less than one hundredth of one per cent of Covid19 victims have died. It's mortality is restricted to 12% of the population, and going forward, management drugs are ensuring that 96/100 of these 75 years + survive. To lock down 100% of the economy in that statistical context was undiluted economic and medical insanity.
Demonstrators in London and Berlin were not hysterical fringe nutjobs in denial of Covid 19 and the value of genuinely tested, safe vaccination against serious disease. Of course Covid19 exists, but it is not a serious virus.
If the media want a conspiracy theory, they should ask why ALL the Western Establishments have rubbished Hydroxychloroquaine despite its proven efficacy.
The answer, of course, is that there is no Pharma profit in HCQ.
Follow the money.