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Professor Van Tam – A sinister con artist disguised as a lovable bear.

The Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, Professor Jonathan Van Tam has been plastered on our screens and social media pages acting like a kid in a sweet shop ever since the UK Government announced the rushed approval of the “miraculous”vaccine.

Van Tam, chillingly said that the public will be wearing face nappies for many years to come as well as continuing with anti social distancing. Even after the roll out of a miraculous vaccine that has been created for a virus they have never scientifically proven to exist. But we’re being guided by science…yeah right!

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The Pfizer vaccine authorisation has been granted via the emergency use bill the government introduced a few months ago, a bill which states manufacturers of vaccines will not be held liable for any damages caused by their said vaccine. A bill which means the usual checks do not have to be as stringent or thorough.

Van Tam stated he was “very emotional” on the morning the MHRA announce the ‘EMERGENCY’ approval of the Pfizer vaccine. It’s very important to take stock of the fact this is an emergency approval and has not been subjected to the usual approval process.

‘It is going to take months, not weeks. And for now, the other measures, the tier measures, the social distancing have to stay in place. If we relax too soon, if we just kind of go, ‘Oh, the vaccine’s here, let’s abandon caution’, all you are going to do is create a tidal wave of infections.

‘And this vaccine has then got to work in a headwind to get back ahead of the game. And that will make it harder.’

Prof Van-Tam added: ‘Nobody wants lockdowns and to see the damage they do. (So why exactly are you on the team demanding them Mr Van-Tam when this supposed virus only kills less than 0.5% of those it infects?) But if you want that dream to come true as quickly as it can come true, then you have to take the vaccine when it is offered to you.

‘Low uptake will almost certainly make restrictions last longer.’ (That’s what they want you to think.)

Prof Van-Tam also told the public not to rely on being protected by those who have been vaccinated, saying ‘the vaccine isn’t going to help you if you don’t take it’. He warned: ‘Watching others take it and hoping that this will then protect you isn’t going to work, necessarily.’

The medic was of the opinion coronavirus will never be eradicated, and thinks it may get to the point where the disease becomes a seasonal problem. ‘I think it’s going to be with humankind forever,’ Prof Van-Tam said.

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Just how many times can you possibly contradict yourself in one statement Mr Van-Tam? Nobody wants lockdown yet you demanded lockdown, we can only go back to normal if we take the vaccine to eradicate the virus but apparently the virus is going to with us forever, so what exactly is the point of the lock downs and the vaccines? We’re only going to get back our freedoms if we have the vaccine, yet in the same breath we have to live with the virus forever, but that’s only as normal if we inject your emergency approved chemicals into our bodies? But those emergency approved chemicals will only protect us if we all have them injected in our bodies, they won’t work otherwise because it won’t eradicate the virus, but we’re never going to eradicate the virus and it will be with us forever?

Confused?

We are.

The man may have a hypnotic voice and come out with ridiculous quotes such as “This is not a yoghurt that can be taken out of the fridge and put back in.” to make us simple minded plebs understand the science, but that doesn’t mean he is right and can be trusted.

Mr Van-Tam is one to watch, and we’re sure karma will catch up with the guy before this is all over.

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Joe F.
Joe F.
7 months ago

Not sure what to think about this article (though the photo of Van Tam at the top of your piece is sufficiently ridiculous to provide some readerly satisfaction).

However, your statement “karma will catch up with this guy” leaves something to be desired. Oh, well. Que sera, sera.