I was delighted to read that 80% of over 50s have refused to have a booster covid-19 jab.
The news suggests that the truth is, at last, leaking out – despite the fact that the mainstream media has for two years been suppressing the truth and demonising the truth-tellers.
I was less cheered to see that someone called Ara Darzi (who is apparently an Iraqi born Armenian who sits in the UK’s House of Lords and is employed at Imperial College in London) has reportedly claimed that ‘antivaxers are a global menace’ and the growing anti-vaccine movement is a threat to public health across the globe.
Imperial College, in case you haven’t noticed, has links to Bill Gates, the unqualified vaccine enthusiast and chum of the disgraced Jeffrey Epstein, and is the home of Ferguson, a mathematical modeller with a slightly less than impressive track record and the man whose absurd predictions about the coronavirus were used as the basis for the fraudulent claims of a pandemic.
Darzi is not alone, of course.
The pro-vax enthusiasts appear to be once again attacking those of us who have been telling the truth about vaccines in general – and the covid-19 jab in particular.
The other day a newspaper called the Financial Times ran an article which included the usual patronising garbage about conspiracy theories being the refuge of the uneducated.
The snide remark about our being ‘uneducated’ is simply abusive. I’d bet that I could find a dozen alleged ‘conspiracy theorists’ with better and more relevant academic qualifications than any dozen journalists working at the FT.
I don’t usually do this but, since the generic and particular abuse just keeps coming, here, just for the record, are quotes about me from the mainstream press in the UK. These quotes come from reviews of my books and articles about me which appeared prior to 2020, before I was deliberately, cold-bloodedly demonised:
‘Vernon Coleman writes brilliant books.’ – The Good Book Guide
‘No thinking person can ignore him.’ – The Ecologist
‘The calmest voice of reason.’ – The Observer
‘A godsend.’ – Daily Telegraph
‘Superstar.’ – Independent on Sunday
‘Brilliant!’ – The People
‘Compulsive reading.’ – The Guardian
‘His message is important.’ – The Economist
‘He’s the Lone Ranger, Robin Hood and the Equalizer rolled into one.’ – Glasgow Evening Times
‘The man is a national treasure.’ – What Doctors Don’t Tell You
‘His advice is optimistic and enthusiastic.’ – British Medical Journal
‘Revered guru of medicine.’ – Nursing Times
‘Gentle, kind and caring’ – Western Daily Press
‘His trademark is that he doesn’t mince words. Far funnier than the usual tone of soupy piety you get from his colleagues.’ – The Guardian
‘Dr Coleman is one of our most enlightened, trenchant and sensitive dispensers of medical advice.’ – The Observer
‘I would much rather spend an evening in his company than be trapped for five minutes in a radio commentary box with Mr Geoffrey Boycott.’ – Peter Tinniswood, Punch
‘Hard hitting…inimitably forthright.’ – Hull Daily Mail
‘Refreshingly forthright.’ – Liverpool Daily Post
‘Outspoken and alert.’ – Sunday Express
‘Dr Coleman made me think again.’ – BBC World Service
‘Marvellously succinct, refreshingly sensible.’ – The Spectator
‘Probably one of the most brilliant men alive today.’ – Irish Times
‘King of the media docs.’ – The Independent
‘Britain’s leading medical author.’ – The Star
‘Britain’s leading health care campaigner.’ – The Sun ‘Perhaps the best known health writer for the general public in the world today.’ – The Therapist
‘The patient’s champion.’ – Birmingham Post
‘A persuasive writer whose arguments, based on research and experience, are sound.’ – Nursing Standard
‘The doctor who dares to speak his mind.’ – Oxford Mail
‘He writes lucidly and wittily.’ – Good Housekeeping