‘Be Careful Because Some Things That Are Termed A Conspiracy Are True’ – Edward Snowden


20-04-21 09:21:00,

  • The Facts:

    Viral immunologist, Professor at the University of Guelph, and vaccine expert Dr. Bryan Bridle, explains several concerns regarding the rollout of COVID vaccines.

  • Reflect On:

    Why are these perspectives never shared within the mainstream? Why is information like this ridiculed and censored? Why does the mainstream fail to have appropriate conversations about “controversial” topics? Why are we so polarized in our views?

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There are a number of legitimate concerns that have been raised by many doctors and scientists as to why they are quite hesitant to take the COVID vaccine. The push for “vaccine passports” has also come under heavy criticism from experts in the field for multiple reasons.

It’s not easy to talk about the COVID vaccine, especially if you are a well known scientist. Any legitimate concerns being raised that paint COVID vaccines in a concerning or “negative” light is likely to be deemed an “anti-vaccine conspiracy theory” by mainstream media, clouding the point that there are a number of legitimate concerns and reasons as to why so many people aren’t taking them.

These are intelligent people, many of the are experts in the field that have been “pro-vaccine” advocates for years, and the fact that they are being labelled as “conspiracy theorists”, ignored, censored, or unacknowledged is quite concerning especially when you consider public transparency.

What Happened: Dr. Bryan Bridle, a viral immunologist and professor at the University of Guelph is one of many who provide good insight as to why COVID vaccine hesitancy may be high among experts like himself. Bridle develops immunization strategies to prevent infectious diseases and treat cancers. He teaches, in his own words, “the value of high-quality, well-validated vaccines and passionately promotes their use. Vaccines are, by far, the most efficient type of medicine; they cost-effectively save millions of people from sickness and/or death.” I personally, and many others would disagree with this statement.

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