BBC Push Long-Covid Myth to Cajole 16 Year Olds Into Getting Vaccine


Short of actually killing people, there's little you can do to fake a pandemic. You are, in the first instance anyway, reduced to three basic tricks: 'discovering' millions have got the deadly disease without knowing it, recording a death for 'any reason' as a covid death, and co-opting other diseases as your deadly pathogen.


The Government are to speed up their plan to give all children the experimental gene therapy drug despite there being no justifiable reason for them to have it whatsoever. Enter the 'Long-Covid' myth.


Long-Covid is the complication that those who escaped death often suffer from. That's the lie anyway. The Ministry of Truth (BBC) are now running endless stories about suffers of Long Covid, just as the Government begin their campaign to target all 16 yr olds to have the jab.


The BBC are running Long Covid stories on all it's media platforms, including Instagram(!) stating:


'Young people have shared stories of the debilitating effects of long Covid as they urge others to get jabbed.


A new NHS video features the experiences of three previously healthy people as part of a drive to encourage vaccine uptake. Quincy Dwamena, 31, said he delayed his jab and "ended up being hospitalised and thought I was going to die".


It comes as the government says it has met its target of offering all 16 and 17-year-olds in England a Covid jab...'


If you were to believe the BBC, and millions do, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Long-Covid is not only a real thing, but that teenagers are at high risk from getting it. This deliberate fear narrative is designed to frighten children into getting the jab pure and simple. Offering them a Kebab to take a deadly toxin obviously didn't work.


Long-Covid despite its catchy name is actually just a rebrand of Postviral Fatigue. It's nothing new, or unique to Covid. Around 12% of adults who developed actual Covid symptoms (not the fake 'cases' we here so much about) report still having one or more symptom 9 to 12 weeks later according to the ONS. But this is data for the adult population. The chance of developing full-blown Covid-19 in children is miniscule, and of those that do Long-Covid (postviral fatigue) development is so small as to be almost immeasurable. We are talking a fraction of a fraction of a fr