Mike Yeadon: The Benefit of the Doubt
Tonight I'll be featuring the Hearts of Oak interview with retired Pfizer vice president and chief scientist Mike Yeadon — who confirms your worst suspicions, and offers some hope for humanity.
Dear Friend and Listener:
Last night I listened to an interview with Mike Yeadon, retired vice president and chief scientist for Pfizer’s respiratory division — and I was astonished. Originally broadcast earlier this week on Hearts of Oak, I will be replaying the entire conversation on tonight’s Planet Waves FM, with my commentary
Yeadon’s role at Pfizer was to supervise research and development of respiratory drugs worldwide (among other projects). In this interview, he talks about natural pandemics, the fraudulent use of the PCR device as a “diagnostic tool,” the nature of vaccine design and in particular the use of spike proteins, and how his fellow scientists felt when Pfizer was convicted of crimes several years ago.
He talks about his correspondence with former colleagues over matters related to the toxicity of what were then proposed formulations for the “covid" vaccine. He discusses his discovery of problems with the concept of a respiratory virus as disease vector. He explains how many doctors and scientists were able to see through the issues but said nothing.
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You will be familiar with many of these issues
If you’ve listened to any of my coverage the past few years, you will be familiar with many of the things he says. It’s just that now they are coming from someone who faithfully served Pfizer as one of its best minds.
This is a person who displays no bitterness, only grounded sincerity and deep concern for life on the planet.
The interview is one hour long and I think Yeadon deserves the benefit of the doubt. Last week, I read some of his correspondence to me. From my personal interactions with Mike, my impression is that he is the real thing.
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