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"Don't Let Them Get Away With It"
Dr. Tess Lawrie's potent message for an awakening public.
By JOHN LEAKE
There are notable moments in history when the overlords of this world go too far in their exercise of power and commit a crime that is a glaring expression of their arrogance. Such a crime is memorialized and becomes symbolic of their tyranny. Decent people are shocked by the spectacle of it and conclude that the overlords no longer have any legitimate claim to rule.
I woke up this morning thinking about the complicated ideas of justice, redemption, and forgiveness. The final concept, forgiveness, can only happen after those who have committed a crime are publicly identified and held accountable for it.
Dr Theresa Anne Lawrie, Director of the Evidence-based Medicine Consultancy Ltd in Bath, England, was one of the most formidable proponents of early treatment for COVID-19, especially using ivermectin. Her experience of the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex—its ruthless and homicidal smearing and suppression of early treatment—is one of the most harrowing moments in the entire dreadful saga, documented in the short film Dear Andy, which I strongly recommend watching.
Dr. Lawrie has had enough of the gangsters who are responsible for creating SARS-CoV-2 and the organized criminal response to it. A few days ago she issued a clarion call to mankind to hold the gangsters accountable. Like Queen Elizabeth I, Dr. Lawrie is a delicately-built redhead, and her bold message reminded me of the former’s famous speech to her soldiers at Tilbury, when it appeared that Spain was about to invade England.
I hope the people of the United Kingdom (and everywhere else) will be roused by her exhortation. The time has come to demand (using lawful methods) that those who are responsible for creating SARS-CoV-2, and orchestrating the criminal response to it, be arrested and tried for their crimes. NOTE: Dr. Lawrie delivered the message. The screenwriter was fellow Substack author, Margaret Anna Alice.