COVID: cool for school?

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The treatment of pupils during the COVID debacle has been a painful lesson on the problems of state-backed, centralised schooling.

Cool outcome: demand for educational choice and freedom is growing.

Could this US initiative work elsewhere?

Crude synopsis: fund the student – not the system, and let the student / family direct that funding to their preferred school.

Corey DeAngelis | | | |

June 2022: Moderna CMO believes spikes from the mRNA vaccine get to the heart

But Dr. Paul Burton still has his job.

In contrast, after this short May 2021 radio interview…

… and publishing a Parent Guide to COVID-19 Vaccination

My life exploded into a storm of harassment, accusations, and censorship…

… fact checkers claiming that I did not know what I was talking about…

An open letter was written by a large number of my colleagues at the University of Guelph, none of whom are vaccinologists.1Context: Dr. Bridle is an Associate Professor of Viral Immunology in the Department of Pathobiology at the University of Guelph. All of them accused me of spreading misinformation…

My career has suffered what will likely be irreparable damage. I am still not allowed to access my office or laboratory… 

I wonder if the naysayers will listen to the COVID-19 ‘vaccine’ manufacturers as they now confirm this 1.5-year-old message.

Dr. Byram Bridle

“Don’t homeschool” they said.

“Your kids would be weird and not know how to socialize” they said.

In light of the torment being inflicted on pupils these days (masks, testing, injections, restricted interactions and more) by their teachers (on the instruction of their paymasters), home schooling looks a far wiser option.

Hugo has something to say about it. (Ambient music & scenery from 3:58 onwards).