Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 29 March 2024

Harvard’s Latest Act of Shame

This month, we received the very disturbing news that Professor Martin Kulldorff was fired from Harvard. His own account of what happened, ‘Harvard Tramples the Truth: When it came to debating Covid lockdowns, Veritas wasn’t the university’s guiding principle‘, is an account of wrongdoing and a testimony to the rapid decline in scientific decency and the increase in censorship we have seen during COVID-19.

Martin was our first guest on Broken Medical Science, which we launched half a year ago. One of our reasons for creating the channel is the decline in free speech, unbiased reporting and scientific honesty that the COVID-19 pandemic aggravated. Martin was the perfect guest for us because he stood his ground by being truthful to what the science told him.

Few people dared stand up to the madness that most of the world endured in 2020-2022. Officials and politicians made it clear that if anybody questioned their draconian policies about masks, lockdowns and mandatory vaccinations – even of small children and people who had already been infected with the COVID-19 virus – the consequences would be dire and could include firing.

Scientists like Martin Kulldorff and John Ioannidis from Stanford, who will appear in a later podcast, have been proven right. Government policies were wrong on so many levels and led to tremendous collateral damage, which both professors pointed out to us.

Soon, the Supreme Court in the U.S. will begin evaluating the censorship on social media that hit honest scientists. Martin is one of the plaintiffs and he explains in his article that:

At the behest of the U.S. Government, Twitter censored my tweet for contravening CDC policy. Having also been censored by LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube, I could not freely communicate as a scientist. Who decided that American free-speech rights did not apply to honest scientific comments at odds with those of the CDC director?

Martin notes that, despite being a Harvard professor, he was unable to publish his thoughts in American media, which is why he took to social media, which then blocked him. This is extremely worrying for democracy in the U.S. Martin wanted to warn against lockdowns and he was right. He is Swedish, and as we discuss in our podcast with him, Sweden did better than virtually all other Western countries by not locking down and by not mandating facemasks. Numerous studies have shown Sweden’s excess death rate to be among the lowest in Europe during the pandemic and in several analyses, Sweden was at the bottom.

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