13 September 2021 - 9:59 am
Yes, the so-called “scientist” who’s nonsense computer models formed the backbone of the initial COVID hype that Governments the world over embraced to use as an excuse for the largest expansion of State power and control in history is back, this time declaring in an article today 13th September 2021 in the Guardian, that “Vaccinating teenagers against Covid is priority”.
The Guardian states:
Prof Neil Ferguson, from Imperial College London, and a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme levels of immunity in the UK were falling behind some European countries that had inoculated teenagers faster than us.https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/sep/13/vaccinating-teenagers-against-covid-is-priority-says-uk-epidemiologist
For those that don’t remember, back in May 2020 the Guardian also stated:
Prof Neil Ferguson, the epidemiologist whose modelling helped shape Britain’s coronavirus lockdown strategy, has quit as a government adviser after flouting the rules by receiving visits from his lover at his home.https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/may/05/uk-coronavirus-adviser-prof-neil-ferguson-resigns-after-breaking-lockdown-rules
In a statement on Tuesday, he said he was resigning his post on the government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), over an “error of judgment”.
So is Ferguson a member of SAGE, or not? Well of course he is, he never actually resigned his post or stopped being part of the gang. He just laid low for a bit after getting caught out for not believing his own hype.
No surprise to see someone with the morals and integrity of Dr Crippen cheerlead for experimental injections to be pushed on children. Professor Ferguson and his computer models are detached from reality, and despite there being evidence to show that children should not be put at risk even using the Government’s own numbers, his ideological and financial connections to globalist organisations mean objective reality and actual science are irrelevant to him.