Anti vaxxers: Behold your gods and goddesses! They have feet of clay.


feet of clay

failing or weakness

feet of clay. A failing or weakness in a person’s character, as in The media are always looking for a popular idol’s feet of clay. This expression comes from the Bible (Daniel 2:31–33), where the prophet interprets Nebuchadnezzar’s dream of a statue with a head of gold and feet of iron clay.
Feet of clay Definition & Meaning |


If you say that a person who is respected or admired has feet of clay or has clay feet, you mean that they have seriousfaults which you or other people did not know about before. [formal] When those idols are found to have feet of clay, the pain of disenchantment can be profound.


Anti vaxxers are polytheists, worshipping many gods.

Here they are, in random order.


1. The biggest god of all has to be Nobel Laureate, Professor Luc Montagnier.

Luc Montagnier is a French virologist and joint recipient, with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Harald zur Hausen, of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus. Wikipedia


(a) Luc Montagnier believes that Covid-19 is manmade.

The 2008 Nobel Laureate for physiology or medicine from France, Luc Antoine Montagnier, caught the media’s attention when he recently endorsed a COVID-19 conspiracy theory – that the virus is human-made.

Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier is wrong that Covid-19 is man-made…

(b) He is reported to have predicted that mRNA vaccines would start killing people in 2 years.

Will Luc Montagnier turn out to be a real prophet? He is reported to have predicted that mRNA vaccines would start killing people in 2 years.

Let’s wait for January 2023 to come and see if huge numbers die from the Pfizer vaccine.

If Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier made the claim that Covid Vaccine is ‘Creating Variants’, that “all vaccinated people will die within 2 years”, he is WRONG. He may not have said it, though…

Video: Did virologist Luc Montagnier actually say that vaccinations will kill people & create more variants?


2. Robert F Kennedy, Jr.


(a) What he said of the Pfizer vaccine.


(b) He distorts vaccine science.

(c) He believes that we should avoid the Covid-19 vaccines.

(d) His niece, Kerry Kennedy Meltzer, believes that he is wrong.


3. Peter McCullough



(a) He wants Malaysia to stop its vaccination program.


(b) He promoted Hydroxychloroquine in the treatment of Covid-19.


4. Sherri Tenpenny

(a) She is one of the Disinformation Dozen responsible for spreading much of the anti-vaccine content online.


(a) She testified about vaccines being magnetic.



5. Simone Gold



6. Robert Malone

Robert Wallace Malone is an American virologist and immunologist. His work has focused on mRNA technology, pharmaceuticals, and drug repurposing research. During the COVD-19 pandemic, he has been criticized for promoting misinformation about the safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines.

In the 1980s, while a researcher at the Salk Institute, Malone conducted studies on messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) technology, discovering that it was possible to transfer mRNA protected by a liposome into cultured cells to signal the information needed for the production of proteins.[5][6] In the early 1990s, he collaborated with Jon A. Wolff, Dennis A. Carson, and others on a study that first suggested the possibility of synthesizing mRNA in a laboratory to trigger the production of a desired protein.[7] Malone claims to be the inventor of mRNA vaccines, although credit for the distinction is more often given to later advancements by Katalin Karikó or Derrick Rossi,[8][5][9][10] and was ultimately the result of the contributions of hundreds of researchers, of which Malone was but one.[11]


  1. Did Robert Malone invent mRNA? He not only believes it but expects the Nobel Prize

2. Washington Times article by Robert Malone and Peter Navarro relies on inaccurate and unsubstantiated claims about virus evolution, vaccine immunity, and COVID-19 vaccine safety – Health Feedback

Analysis of “Biden team’s misguided and deadly COVID-19 vaccine strategy”
Published in Washington Times, by Peter Navarro, Robert Malone on 5 Aug. 2021

Three scientists analyzed the article and estimate its overall scientific credibility to be low.
A majority of reviewers tagged the article as: Biased, Flawed reasoning, Inaccurate, Misleading.


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