Dr. Vernon Coleman: Potential for COVID-19 Side Effects (Opinion)
Dr. Vernon Coleman is a prominent English former general practitioner, and the author of over 100 books and a range of novels. His book “How To Stop Your Doctor Killing You,” originally published in 1995, remains a best seller. In 2018 The Independent called Vernon Coleman ‘fearless and prolific’ saying his books would ‘change your life…and may even save your life.’ One of his novels, Mrs Caldicot’s Cabbage War, has been turned into a movie with the same name.
Here Dr. Coleman discusses what he believes is the forever-altered immune system from the covid-19 mRNA vaccines. Coleman was known to predict heart trouble, strokes, neurological problems, myocarditis and pericarditis prior to them being reported. Like many qualified medical doctors who have told the truth about covid-19, Dr Vernon Coleman says he has been repeatedly lied about and libeled on the internet and in the mainstream media. In March 2020, after studying the covid death figures and comparing the death statistics in the UK to that of previous years, Coleman said the threat of covid-19 had been wildly exaggerated and that there was no pandemic. After two videos (Vital Information about the Covid-19 Vaccine) and (Covid-19 Vaccine Possible Side Effects) where he warned that the pandemic would result in the deaths of many old people (which it did) and begin an the introduction to mandatory vaccinations (which it did), his Wikipedia page began to, what he calls, ‘dramatically change’ to ‘monster’ him (See page now) (See page 2018). His lifetime achievements were removed. Without any evidence or justification he was, among other things, labelled a ‘conspiracy theorist’ and said to be ‘widely discredited’.
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