UK Vaccine Minister Nadhim Zahawi said yesterday that G7 countries should work together to fight vaccine misinformation. As part of its presidency of the G7, the UK is hosting the first ever Global Vaccine Confidence Summit.
Zahawi said that the summit would set ambitious goals to ensure that “trust in vaccines remains high.” Writing in the Independent yesterday, Zahawi claimed that:
“In our interconnected world, misinformation unfortunately now travels many times faster than the virus, with no respect for borders. Factual inaccuracies, scepticism, lies and full-blown conspiracy theories all undermine the trust necessary to step up and take the jab.”
Today’s summit will feature a host of speakers including World Health Organisation chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Anthony Fauci, the chief medical adviser to the US President.
Prof Heidi Larson, founded the Vaccine Confidence Project at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She believes that building confidence in vaccines should be part of global efforts to prepare for future pandemics. Ahead of today’s summit she said:
“Now is the time to think about building foundational trust to support vaccine confidence for the future.”
Politicians and government advisers will spend much of today bemoaning vaccine misinformation, conspiracy theories, Bill Gates, microchips, nanotechnology and fertility.
It’s misdirection. Given the chance to interview UK Vaccine Minister Nadhim Zahawi at the Global Vaccine Confidence Summit, I would have one question for him and one question only.
“Minister, many of the world’s leading immunologists and virologists are saying that severe illness from Covid-19 is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. Your experimental mRNA jab effectively encourages the body to produce the same spike protein.
These scientists believe therefore, that your injections will cause millions of people to become seriously ill due to antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE). This is also known as pathogenic priming. Why hasn’t this information been disclosed to the British public and why won’t you immediately suspend the roll-out of the jabs?”
That’s journalism. But of course I’ll never get within a mile of Nadhim Zahawi. Shame that.