School pupils are being brainwashed into working as ‘anti-vaxxer influencers’ by parents coaxing them to spread lies on streets and online 

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  • Students join demonstrations across the UK, calling the jab ‘poison’
  • Footage is used to promote an anti-vaxxer group targeting hundreds of schools
  • Ten-year-old girl called ‘child advocate’ and ‘female warrior of the future’

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Young children are being exploited as ‘anti-vaxxer influencers’ to promote dangerous conspiracy theories.

Students denouncing the jab as ‘poison’ have been starring in online promotional videos alongside demonstrations across the country, cracking down on crackpot claims of their parents.

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A ten-year-old has spoken out at a string of anti-vax rallies – sometimes as a warm-up to Jeremy Corbyn’s brother Pierce – where she is hailed as a ‘child advocate’ and ‘female warrior of the future’. Is.

Reading a script with his father, the young man claims that Covid was a ‘fake pandemic’, that the vaccine contains a virus and that the maximum life expectancy of anyone double-jerked is five years. She further says that it causes infertility in 80 percent of girls and women.

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Young children being exploited as ‘anti-vaxxer influencers’ to promote dangerous conspiracy theories

Elsewhere, children are being filmed for promotional films in which they are urged by adults to chant the slogans ‘No vaccine’ and ‘Save our children’.

Online footage is also used to promote an anti-vaxxer group targeting hundreds of schools around the UK, which was uncovered by the Granthshala last week.

Medical experts have termed his claims as “absolute nonsense” and said that using children to spread lies was “immoral”.

Our revelations come amid growing concerns about dangerous lying and the rise of anti-vaxxers targeting schools.

At an event in Bristol in late October, a ten-year-old schoolgirl dubbed the jabs ‘kill shots’ and claimed: ‘Many people have died shortly after vaccination.’

The student insisted that the pandemic never existed: ‘All the deaths and all the case numbers in 2020 were bogus. Hospitals around the world were empty, despite what television told us. They shut us down so easily that we didn’t look outside.

Students denouncing the jab as 'poison' are seen cracking down on crackpot claims of their parents in demonstrations across the country as well as in online promotional videos

Students denouncing the jab as ‘poison’ have been starring in online promotional videos alongside demonstrations across the country, cracking down on crackpot claims of their parents.

She told teens that the vaccine is a ‘poison’ that would ensure they would die ‘at a young age’, adding: ‘It has been said by many world experts that if you are double jab your life expectancy is three to five. year.’

The Bristol rally was also addressed by former school governor Francesca Dill, who runs the worldwide anti-vax group Outreach, which has targeted more than 100 schools across the country.

Just last week, supporters organized an ‘outreach’ in Edmonton, north London. Hundreds of students were confronted by the group on their way home from school. He was given pamphlets urging him not to take the jab.

The leaflet contained gross distortions about the number of vaccine deaths and falsely suggested that children were being used as an ‘experiment’.

Outreach Worldwide publicized the ten-year-old’s speech online, describing her as “a courageous and talented child”.

The ‘child advocate’ also spoke at a rally in Stroud, Gloucestershire, ahead of notorious Covid conspiracy theorist Piers Corbyn.

In a video of the event posted online, she is seen leading the crowd with her slogan ‘Protest, defy, don’t follow’.

She adds: ‘They call it’ [the vaccine] Free choice but it is being imposed on you. Soon, if you don’t have it, they will make you starve by removing you from society and reaching the shops.’

A ten-year-old has spoken at a string of anti-wax rallies—sometimes as a warm-up act for Jeremy Corbyn's brother Pierce—where he

A ten-year-old has spoken at a string of anti-vax rallies – sometimes as a warm-up act for Jeremy Corbyn’s brother Pierce – where she is referred to as a ‘child advocate’ and ‘female warrior of the future’ is honored.

Her false statements are echoed on the Facebook page of her 61-year-old hypnotherapist father Ian Spence, who posted that ‘vaccination is happening right now’, ‘thousands of kids are going to die’ because of the jab, and that coronavirus is a hoax’.

Other children were filmed for anti-vax propaganda at the ‘Children’s Freedom March’ organized by a former firefighter to protest the lockdown and Covid jobs.

A horrific online video of the incident showed children being forced to shout ‘no vaccine’ and ‘save our children’ through loudhallers.

Others stand by the organizer who holds the speaker for them as they quote Dr Martin Luther King and demand an end to the lockdown and the vaccine.

Paul Hunter, Professor of Medicine at the University of East Anglia, said: ‘The fact is that vaccines have saved many hundreds of thousands of lives worldwide and will continue to do so. Most of the claims I’ve heard from these anti-wax groups… are completely bullshit. In such a situation it is immoral to use children.

‘There is debate about vaccinating children but it should be based on science, not conspiracies.’ Former Labor Schools spokesman Peter Kyle said: ‘Using children to propagate dangerous misinformation is a new low.

‘It reflects the depths that some have sunk. We need a fundamental thinking about the safety of children in both the schools, but sadly in some cases also in the families.’

According to the most recent figures from the Office for National Statistics as of October 21, the vaccine caused only nine deaths in England and Wales.

Mr Spence said he and his daughter were ‘studying’ Covid. He said, ‘She has been with me during that research and if you tell her that I am exploiting her, she will say that you are doing nonsense.’

He described himself as a ‘Covid-19 vaccine’ instead of opposing all vaccines and vowed he would never take the jab voluntarily – though believed to soon force people to take it. effort will be made.

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