I’m proud to be a conspiracy theorist!

by Captain Walker

Categories: Health, Humanities, Science & Medicine

Today I’m proud to have been called a conspiracy theorist. That means I was just about a year early. Well, you looked down the page, and thought “He’s among his own kind – so there!” It’s fine. As I’ve said a zillion times before ‘truth and reality are my only friends!‘ Well, when I said that there was sufficient evidence pointing to COVID being bioengineered, people had a good laugh. That’s fine – cuz laughter is cheap and good medicine!

Dog-bathing time for many! Off you pop.

Well, if you’re one of those people who would go “Matt Ridley – who he – never heard of him before. Is he another conspiracy theorist?” – then you are a fool!

Matt Ridley is no fool!

This is not a book review. The book goes much into what happened with COVID-19 and its probable origins.

If you want to learn more, you’d have to read the book.

And glutton for punishment you are not, so avoid the following 2 hour interview.

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