Over the weekend of June 9th-11th 2022, Trinity College Dublin hosted a conference called ‘What will the next pandemic look like for Ireland and are we prepared?’.
It was organised by Bill Gates (Not a Scientist) & The World Economic Forum. Scratch that, call it a slip of the pen. It was actually organised by Professor Luke O Neill. It was a real who’s who of global experts.
Many of the professors flew in from all over the world to speak at this event thereby ensuring that their carbon footprint was at an all time low. I’m kind of hazarding a guess that they won’t be queuing up in Dublin airport to leave the country like the rest of the rabble.
Anytime such a prestigious line-up of speakers appear at such an event it behooves us to look at who is funding these professors as well as the institutions they work for. No doubt they all declared their conflicts of interest before the conference kicked off. Just in case they forgot, I thought I would remind them here.
Prof Adrian Hill – The Jenner Institute & University Of Oxford
Prof Hill works in the area of malaria vaccines and penned an article for the WEF called
New malaria vaccine proves highly effective – and COVID shows how quickly it could be deployed
Malaria so happens to be a pet project of Bill Gates (Not a Scientist) who has funded hundreds of million if not billions into it.
The Jenner Institute has also received 400k from BMGF and the University Of Oxford hundreds Of millions.
Prof Hill is also a WEF member https://www.weforum.org/agenda/authors/adrian-hill
Prof Akiko Iwasaki – Yale University & Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Prof Iwasaki works in Yale University who have also received hundreds of millions from BMGF
Prof Akiko Iwasaki also works for Howard Hughes Medical Institute
In 2016 The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) and partners, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation announced an international program to select up to 50 outstanding early career scientists. The program’s aim is to help develop scientific talent worldwide.
HHMI and its partners have committed a total of $37.4 million for the International Research Scholars Program and will award each scientist who is selected a total of $650,000 over five years.
Prof Eran Segal – Weizmann Institute Of Science, Israel
Prof Segal works for the Weizmann Institute Of Science who have received $7 million from BMGF
Prof Jean-Laurent Casanova – The Rockefeller University & Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Anytime you see the name Rockefeller you know it is tied to the World Economic Forum.
Rockefeller University has also received more than $100 million from BMGF
As an aside it is the Rockefeller foundation who are deeply embedded in the move towards a cashless society as I pointed out in this article.
Prof Alessandro Sette – The La Jolla Institute for Immunology
Prof Alessandro Sette works for La Jolla Institute for Immunology who has received $8 million from BMGF.
Prof Peter Openshaw – Imperial College London
The world renowned Imperial College London has received at least $200 million from BMGF. They also gave us Prof Neil Ferguson, the man who predicted the end of the world due to Covid. That worked out well, didn’t it.
Prof Openshaw was also involved in a report claiming
“Winter viruses and COVID-19 could push NHS to breaking point”
Prof Trish Greenhalgh – University Of Oxford
Prof Trish Greenhalgh was frequently called upon by the BBC when they wanted to drum up fear and instils terror into the British population
“Who you gonna call” ?
Trish Greenalgh apparently. Although Ghostbusters would have been a better option.
Prof Trish Greenhalgh was and is the constant face of “face mask” hysteria
I’ve been playing with that nicely-designed but totally inaccurate anti-mask poster. Here’s my version. Please circulate widely.
Prof Greenhalgh is also in the WEF
Ironically she wrote a WEF article called
Is evidence-based medicine broken?
We all know the answer to that question now.
Kate Bingham – SV Health Investors LL, Former chair Of UK Vaccine Taskforce
According to Forbes Magazine
Bingham, a longtime venture capitalist focused on biotech and health care startups, was considered a controversial choice to head the U.K.’s Vaccine Taskforce, the group charged with ensuring Britain obtained a sufficient supply of COVID-19 vaccines. Critics said her appointment was evidence of cronyism: By her own admission she knew nothing about vaccines; her husband is a minister in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government; and she is related to Johnson’s sister by marriage.
Nothing to see here obviously.
Prof Peter Lunn Economic and Social Research Institute, Ireland
Prof Lunn is a behavioural scientist. According to the Irish mirror
Behavioural scientist says majority of Irish people wanted more caution from Government during Covid
“The behavioural economist, who also holds degrees in neuroscience, economics, philosophy and psychology, tapped into the national psyche during the crisis.
Prof Lunn was one of the most influential figures in determining public policy as Ireland navigated its way through the pandemic”
The national psyche was certainly tapped into for the last 2 years. Easy enough to do when you know what buttons to press.
Prof Kingston Mills, Trinity College Dublin
Prof Mills has been a constant face on TV and radio for the last two years. He is also in WEF
Trinity College Dublin where he works also received 400k from BMGF for vaccine development
He also wrote a WEF article called
Is reaching zero COVID-19 possible?
In a word the answer is “No”
Prof Cliona Ni Cheallaigh, St James Hospital & Trinity College Dublin
Another fear monger speaking at the conference was Prof Cliona Ni Cheallaigh. In her talk she claimed
Another pandemic is ‘inevitable’ and ‘could wipe out humanity,’ warns Trinity professor.
Naturally no evidence was provided as to this outlandish claim.
She also claimed
“We already have our heads in the sand about climate change and geopolitical stability. Humans are playing a very risky game.”
Tying climate change to covid. That old chestnut. It seems to be standard to connect the two nowadays.
Prof Luke O Neill Trinity College Dublin
The main man who hosted the event was Prof Luke O Neill.
Sityrx, the biopharmacutical company co-founded by O Neill received seed funding from SV Health Investors (seems to be a common theme here) and Glaxo Smith Kline
O Neill went on to sell the company for 380 million euros.
Prof O Neill is also in WEF https://www.weforum.org/agenda/authors/luke-oneill
The conference itself didn’t happen without incident apparently as is evidenced by some attendees.
Prof O Neill also said that he thinks we will be back to Face Masks in August. How would he know that ?
It’s pretty obvious that there is nothing so see here with the WEF links and BMGF funding. The acolytes have been sent out to continue the agenda. It will be interesting to see what autumn and winter holds for us.
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