Leptin, who is also a contributor to the World Economic Forum agenda, said that explaining why people should get jabs proved to be a failure during the coronavirus pandemic, so a different and more forceful approach is needed.
In a panel that also included the former CEO of Bill Gates’ GAVI, The Vaccine Alliance and a co-creator of COVAX, Seth F. Berkley; Shyam Bisen of the World Executive Forum’s Executive Committee; and the CEO of Moderna, Stephane Bancel, Leptin outlined why she believes there is no point in explaining vaccines to the public and that forcing them to get these experimental jabs is somehow a better method.
Of course, explaining the “science” would actually inspire more people to get jabbed if the science showed that vaccines were both perfectly safe and fully effective in preventing the transmission of the disease they are supposed to protect against. If COVID-19 vaccines actually delivered on safety and efficacy promises, the “science” would bear that out and people would be more than willing to get jabbed.
Unfortunately, we all know that not only do the current crop of COVID-19 vaccines fail to prevent the disease from spreading, but they also come with a host of side effects, some of which are potentially deadly. So in that sense, it would appear that Leptin is right: explaining the “science” behind these shots is going to send people running in the opposite direction, and rightfully so.
This leaves force as the only option on the table. Leptin pointed out that the countries that experienced the greatest uptake of COVID-19 vaccines were those that used heavy coercion and whose governments did not waste any time “getting their citizens to try and understand the science.”
She used the South Asian country of Bhutan as an example. She said they used the influence of the “religious establishment” there to manipulate the public into getting jabbed.
“One is Bhutan, which, where they were very successful in preparing a campaign and involved [ ] they were sensitive to the country’s needs, to the citizens’ needs, involved informing the religious establishment and in fact using them in finding the right time and date and they got fantastic coverage. No science was explained,” she remarked.
Another example she cited was that of Portugal, where says the vaccination campaign was entrusted to a retired general from the army.
“And the Army General just treated the country as his troops and he rallied the troops. He declared it as a war that the country, in patriotic passion, was going to fight together. And they had up there, I think, they were leading in Europe, if not the world.”
She added: “So, no science. Let’s remember that.”
According to the AP, Rear Admiral Henrique Gouveia e Melo made no apologies for his desire to characterize the vaccine rollout as “a battle,” even going so far as to wear his combat fatigues to send a message to the people of Portugal that this was a call to arms.
Not surprisingly, Leptin failed to acknowledge the fact that none of those countries’ approaches involved getting informed consent from the people who were subjected to these potentially dangerous vaccines.
Without explaining the science behind these vaccines to people, there is no way that they can provide true informed consent. Apparently, health freedom doesn’t matter to her and her World Economic Forum cronies.
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