Do you believe “the narrative” about COVID-19?
A virus, pandemic, tests, cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
Something must be done...
Lockdowns, curfews, business closures, stimulus payments, furloughs, border restrictions.
The only way out...
The original estimate often given for producing a vaccine in record time was “12 to 18 months”. Vaccines usually take at least 5 years to go through all the processes necessary to prove safety and efficacy. Yet less than a year since the viral outbreak was declared a pandemic millions had already been given the jab.
None of the vaccines have been approved, but are being used under Emergency Use Authorizations only. They are still classed as experimental, and if you are given one, you are part of the biggest vaccine trial ever run on the human race.
Despite this hasty experimental roll-out, there is a huge publicity campaign underway to encourage everyone to get vaccinated as soon as possible. The pressure is on.
The Great Vaccine Roundup of 2021
Do you have questions? Are you concerned?
Does something feel “not quite right” about all of this?
This book doesn't claim to know “the truth”, nor does it suggest that the most lurid conspiracy theories are correct.
What it aims to do is help you to think through all that is going on around the world, by questioning the narrative we are being fed every day. Who is involved, what motivations might they have, why is this all happening so quickly?
This is an exercise in critical thinking, because only by doing this can we come to a rational and considered decision about what the best course of action is for our own personal and unique circumstances.
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About the Author
Ian Usher was born in 1963 in Darlington in the north-east of England. He grew up in the small northern market town of Barnard Castle, and went to college in Liverpool, gaining a teaching degree in Outdoor Education. A varied and chaotic career followed, involving many jobs, locations and businesses.
In 2008, while living in Australia, Ian put his "whole life" up for sale on eBay, gaining worldwide media attention! Two years of travel followed, in which he tackled a bucket list of 100 goals, aiming to achieve them all in a period of 100 weeks.
Walt Disney Pictures bought the movie rights for Ian's first book, "A Life Sold".
Ian "invested" the money from Disney in a small island off the coast of Panama. This is where he wrote his second book, "Paradise Delayed", and featured on UK TV show "Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild".
Since selling the island in 2014 Ian has travelled the world without any real home base.
He thought his book writing days were over, until the 2020 pandemic and subsequent vaccine roll-out caused him to start asking some questions.
Find out more in his latest book, "Vaccine Roundup".