A leading figure against the Covid-19 vaccines in the UK who has also claimed that the coronavirus responsible for the current pandemic is “just a common cold” got infected last month and ended up needing intensive care.
This led to his admission that Covid-19 is real, and in his words “very nasty.”
Funeral director John O’Looney, 53, had been scheduled to appear at an anti-vaxx “Freedom Rally” on Dec 29 at Milton Keynes, but was unable to do so due to his Covid infection.
Hundreds of thousands of viewers have seen videos Keynes posted on social media claiming that the Covid-19 vaccines prevent immune systems from fighting the disease, one report noted.
He told his followers in a written statement why he would not be able to attend the rally.
“I was initially skeptical about Covid but I can confirm its validity and it is very nasty.”
However, he continued to express scepticism about whether vaccines are necessary.
“Sadly I was taken down 14 days ago with suspected Covid and whilst I have always said there is a ‘virus’ I can confirm I genuinely believe this is man-made a man virus, in fact it is an awful virus.
So let us make no mistake there is an enemy to face but does it require endless bouts of injections after injections after injections? Clearly not – all man made and man driven.”
Mr O’Looney had been offered an experimental drug to help his recovery from Covid but he refused it and proceeded to discharge himself from hospital against medical advice.
“I feel very fortunate to have escaped hospital (I never dreamt I would have lived to say that) with the help of family and friends.
The sinister whispering, the secrecy and the guilty looks amongst certain members of staff spoke volumes to me,” the funeral director is quoted as saying in his statement.
He told supporters that he had wanted to be at the rally but was unable to do so as he is still quite unwell.
“I wished I could be with you but it has actually exhausted me even just dictating this message to you all…Please appreciate this time I have to focus on myself and my family and it had been a rollercoaster of pain at this time.
I just need time – please bear with me and leave me to heal and eventually I will be back.” /TISG
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