The concept of the noble lie was first described by Plato; it refers to the notion that, in the case of high-status individuals or designated public leaders, it’s acceptable to lie if the lie is made in the interest of the common good.
Three lies are being circulated about COVID-19, including the need for herd immunity, the notion that herd immunity can only be achieved by universal vaccination and that the vaccines are completely safe; any discussion that challenges or goes against these three elements is censored.
Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA and DNA vaccine core platform technology states these lies succinctly.
Malone outlined three main logic elements — each false — that are being propagated as part of the grander noble lie. Any discussion that challenges or goes against these three elements is censored.
1. Mitigating death and disease from COVID requires herd immunity — This is not true, as it’s possible to reduce death and disease from COVID-19 using medications like ivermectin and many others, including anti-inflammatories.
2. The only way to reach herd immunity is through universal vaccination — This is another lie. As Malone says, “Herd immunity is most often reached through natural infection.” Further, there’s no solid data on whether COVID injections reduce transmissibility, which changes depending on the variant anyway. So the idea that we must reach a certain percentage of herd immunity in the population to end the pandemic “fails the logic test.”
3. The vaccines are completely safe — This is another lie, as it’s well known that the vaccines are not completely safe. Malone listed several adverse events that are already raising red flags. Another important point: Censorship prevents full comprehension of these risks.
Even the World Health Organization advises people who are vaccinated to continue wearing masks due to the delta variant because “vaccine alone won’t stop community transmission.” “Vaccines will not get us to herd immunity,” Malone said.
Side effects of the “Nobel” Lies:
- Brain and nervous system disorders (such as Bell’s Palsy);
- Female reproductive health concerns – either menses completely halt or they are continual;
- Coagulation problems;
- Miscarriage in the first and second trimesters (this has not yet been confirmed) – however there has been a 336% rise in miscarriages in the UK;
- Thrombocytopenia (dropping blood platelets); and
- Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS).