One of the most aggressive promoters of illegal cyberwarfare against American citizens is none other than Dr. Peter Hotez, a Bill Gates-funded pediatrician and dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
Also the co-director of the Texas Children’s Center for Vaccine Development and a health policy scholar at the Baylor Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Hotez believes that anyone who disagrees with the official story concerning the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) must be assaulted and censored by the government online.
In an April 2021 article, Hotez argued that in order to stop the Fauci Flu from spreading, there needed to be “a high-level counteroffensive” mounted against all “destructive forces,” meaning people who warn about the dangers of Wuhan Flu injections and face masks.
Hotez also loves using pejorative terminology to denigrate these destructive forces, often referring to them as “far-right extremists” and “conspiracy theorists” being fueled by “Russian misinformation.” (Related: Hotez also sent money to Wuhan, China, to fund illegal gain of function bat coronavirus research prior to covid’s release.)
“Accurate, targeted counter-messaging from the global health community is important but insufficient, as is public pressure on social-media companies,” Hotez’s article reads. “The United Nations and the highest levels of governments must take direct, even confrontational, approaches with Russia, and move to dismantle anti-vaccine groups in the United States.”
“Efforts must expand into the realm of cyber security, law enforcement, public education and international relations. A high-level inter-agency task force reporting to the UN secretary-general could assess the full impact of anti-vaccine aggression, and propose tough, balanced measures.”
The inflammatory rhetoric in Hotez’s piece only escalated from there. The task force he wants to see formed must be comprised, he says, of experts with many years of experience fighting “complex global threats such as terrorism, cyber attacks and nuclear armament, because anti-science is now approaching similar levels of peril.”
Without any context, one might think that Hotez is referring to Al Qaeda here, but no: he is referring to everyday Americans who believe that wearing a face veil is dangerous and ineffective, and who are not keen on taking an experimental chemical injection that was rushed through development at warp speed.
“It is becoming increasingly clear that advancing immunization requires a counteroffensive,” Hotez would conclude.
It did not stop there, though. Hotez wrote a second threat that was published in the journal Nature on Nov. 2, 2022. In this one, Hotez ranted about the alleged threat of covid “variants” and “sub-variants,” which he says have given the powers that be a “second chance to fix vaccine inequities” and “combat rising anti-vaccine aggression.”
“The failures to both fully vaccinate and boost could create a dire situation in 2023 as the Omicron subvariants continue mutating … with unprecedented growth and immune escape advantages,” Hotez wrote, conveniently failing to mention that people who have been jabbed the most in accordance with his wishes are the sickest people in society right now – those who are still alive, anyway.
Hotez wants to see every human being force-jabbed for Chinese Germs and is deeply upset that the “anti-vaccine movement” is growing. He called it a “deliberate, organized and well-financed destructive force” that “kills more people than global terrorism, nuclear proliferation and cyberattacks combined.”
There was no data included in Hotez’s second piece to support this claims, but who needs data when you have anger and self-righteous delusions of scientific grandeur?
For the rest, check out Dr. Joseph Mercola’s full breakdown of Hotez’s covid militancy.
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