Desperate for “sensible” Celebs to promote Covid Vaccines, UK Government enlists GCHQ & Army in War on Sceptics

The NHS is thinking of asking “sensible” celebrities to persuade the public into taking the soon to be available coronavirus vaccine, according to newspaper reports.

Ministers are alarmed at the impact that online propaganda is having on public opinion. A recent report found that more than one-third of people are uncertain or are very unlikely to be vaccinated.

Footballer Marcus Rashford is the only name that has been suggested.

The NHS source says the Royal Family are being considered, but politicians are off the table.

The army’s 77th brigade contains a defence cultural unit which was set up in 2010 and works closely with psychological operations teams.

It is claimed that soldiers are monitoring ‘cyberspace’ for Covid19 content to analyse how British citizens are being targetted online.

Is this team that was supposed to protect Shamima Begum from being radicalised online?

According to the Sunday Times the team is gathering ‘vaccine disinformation’ from hostile states including Russia.

The stock market has certainly benefitted from the vaccine

And it is well know that government Ministers’ friends benefited to the tune of billions of pounds from PPE contracts.

So why, given the enormous amount of corruption taking place, wouldn’t the public be rightly sceptical of anything proposed by such a dishonest government?

Yesterday this blog revealed that Matthew Gould, head of NHSX and this country’s former Cybersecurity Chief, had no qualms telling NHS staff to ignore data protection legislation if they felt it got in their way.

When intelligent highly trained civil servants and politicians are openly and serially ignoring the rule of law the British public will know that something is up.

The right-wing Daily Telegraph has pointed out that Elvis Presley was photographed receiving his shots for polio on the Ed Sullivan show

And for Typhus, Tetanus, and Asian Flu when entering the Army.

Will the Army be going after Belfast Blues singer Van Morrison?

Or Manchester’s Ian Brown?

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