“All roads lead to the vaccine,” McCullough said in a recent interview with stakeholders banking on countries mandating the vaccine worldwide.
McCullough points out that a number of countries are already talking about making the as-yet unlicensed COVID-19 vaccine compulsory, meaning anyone and everyone can be forced to take it against their will. “That’s how bad stakeholders want vaccination,” McCullough says.
“They do want a needle in every arm. But why?” That’s the million-dollar question right there.
Recent weeks have seen a significant rise in all sorts of vaccination incentives in the U.S., from free doughnuts, cake, french fries, hot dogs and pizza, to arcade tokens, 10-cent beer, free state park season passes, free Uber and Lyft rides, free marijuana and Cincinnati Reds baseball tickets, a chance to win a full scholarship and even $1 million and $5 million giveaways.