Dr Mike Yeadon, ex-chief scientist of Pfizer says that those responsible for the biggest, heinous crime against humanity, should not be allowed to roam freely.

By Marica Micallef

Dr Michael Yeadon was interviewed while being unexpectedly met by Wide Awake Media journalists.

Dr Yeadon is a British retired pharmacologist who had previously served as the chief scientist and vice-president of the allergy and respiratory research division of Pfizer. He is also the co-founder and former CEO of the biotechnology company Ziarco.

During Covid-19 pandemic, he became an anti-vaccine activist and attracted media attention in 2020 and 2021 for speaking out against the Covid-19 vaccines and for making claims against the Covid-19 pandemic. The Times has described him as “a hero of Covid conspiracy theorists”[ and “a key figure in the antivax movement”. Here is his reply to the question: “Just imagine this situation – that we won this Cabal and we take them to court. What, in your opinion, would be the adequate punishment?”

“For the people who are at the central palace, if after due process they are found guilty, this is what I would propose and I have been against capital punishment for all my life. Death sentence, no witnesses, bodies incinerated, and remain distributed anonymously. No burial pot and no witnesses. I would say for anyone at the next level – life in prison, if I would say politicians at least, and for those what we call “lobby fodder”, the people who voted for your rights away – life imprisonment; the doctors, who ordered the injections – life imprisonment, at least and even the people down below that, there has to be some kind of penance. They knew it was wrong. Ventilating people who can breathe for themselves, come on folks, you don’t need to be an intensive care expert to know that that was at least a questionable thing to do. And when you notice everybody dying, didn’t it occur to them that this might have been an experiment?

Previously, I was against capital punishment. So this shows the magnitude of the offenses against humanity. That’s why they cannot be allowed to roam free and do it again.

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