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Vac off Aisling O'Loughlin say she 'really doesn't care' if everyone unfollows her over anti-vaccine stance

"I’m a proud Irish woman. I want to come home but without going into a quarantine hotel"

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Aisling O'Loughlin

Aisling O'Loughlin

Aisling O'Loughlin

Aisling O'Loughlin has posted a new video on her Instagram page saying she doesn’t care if everyone unfollows her because of her anti-vaccination stance. 

The former Xpose presenter, who has described the vaccination programme as "the biggest scandal the world has ever seen”, said: “I don’t really care if everyone unfollows me” in the new post.

The mother-of-three, who now lives in France with her sons, has already spoken out about why she would refuse the vaccine, and has now posted a defiant new message to her critics.

“Hello again,” she says at the start of the video. “I think it’s worth recapping because I think we need to assess everything that we have accumulated through our conversations. Good and bad, the whole shebang so let’s look back.

“The first thing I started to say was I think this should be a choice. I don’t think it should be enforced. Fine.

“Secondly then I put a poll up saying, ‘do you think the vaccine is the only way out of this crisis?’

“The majority said yes, they thought it was the only way out of the crisis. Fair enough.

“So then that led to us to look at the, I’m still, (unclear) to call it a vaccination, because the way the WHO has changed the goalposts in terms of terminology and that’s a good thing because I needed to have a good look at it too.

“We looked at his vaccine; it’s a nano-technology. It failed the animal tests, we have to remember that. It failed that and now it’s one big, live, human experiment. So that just raised major alarm bells. And we started looking at all the ‘discredited’ scientists. We know we’ve been in this situation where there is massive, massive censorship. Look at me, just putting my hand up to say maybe we need to discuss before we jump on-board. And the abuse. That to me is alarming. The situation is alarming.

“I’ve really moved from being pro-choice, I’m still pro-choice, to we really need to be extremely careful about putting this experimental technology into our bodies. We don’t know what it is. It failed the animal tests, it’s not FDA approved*. Why would anybody in their right mind go along with it?

*The U.S. Food and Drug Administration website states the Pfizer, Moderna and Janssen vaccines have been authorised for emergency use. The watchdog has yet to grant authorisation to the AstraZeneca jab.

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“All the doctors who have tried to voice their concerns are being smear-campaigned and are being discredited and shut down. Now does that not raise alarms bells?”

She then takes a pot shot at her “trade”, at journalists, who she is "really disappointed with".

“We have to discuss this. This is serious. Now another thing that really struck me. The more I started looking back on our conversations and assessing as a journalist but more as a mother because people say how I am qualified. I’m qualified as a mother. And as a citizen. Because right now I’m really disappointed with my trade. Because every time I’ve looked at the newspapers and I look at the newspapers online in the morning and I look them across the board, I look at Ireland, England, France and I look to see what’s going on in America because I like to have an overview of what’s going on.

"And every time I’m like 'this is really weird', there is no counter balancing argument that you would expect from journalism. This is so dodgy.

“Why is like that? Especially as a journalist, you’re always trying to balance things up and then you make your assessment. It’s incredibly strange that anybody with an opposing voice was shut down. Things started to get really really spooky.

“Our civil liberties are being taken away, with this idea that you’re getting your safety in return and you're minded, but the evidence and the science quite simply doesn’t stack up.

“This so-called vaccine is being presented to us, and people say, but you’re in France... it’s the same here, this is a global thing. I’m a proud Irish woman. I want to come home but without going into a quarantine hotel.

“Is that not incredibly strange, to have a quarantine hotel? I’m not sick. I have a PCR test but what does that mean? It’s been corrupted.

“And the corruption and I think we need to start calling this, is in plain sight. And this atmosphere of fear of people not being allowed to speak...you saw what happened to me, ‘oh she’s crazy, oh she’s right wing, tin foil hat, a homophobe, like throwing everything at me but I really don’t care, which is great.

“It's a very freeing place to be because I knew that, well I just blew a gasket and (thought) this is nonsense and I’m not going along with this.

“I don’t really care if everyone unfollowed me,” she adds. “It didn't matter to me. This is so serious, it’s of such huge magnitude. Do we sell out our kids? Do we sell out our sovereignty? To who? Big pharma? Are we really going to do this?

“This is so serious guys and I really want everyone to think about this. "

Aisling has previously stated that she has had “my hate inoculation, let's stick with the theme. A real vaccine of hate a few years back and after that I'm grand, you could say what you want about me.”

She then adds: “And plus, it encourages conversation and encourages us to ask more questions and push it all forward. And it also reminds me of when I first came to the table with this I just wanted pro-choice.

“I mean that was my modus operandi starting and now it's snowballed into something completely different. Now I'm like, ‘don't touch that damn thing’, but it's up to you, it's your choice but with all the help of everybody and that includes people criticising me and forcing me, to move it up and move it up and all of us together.”

She then expands on her opinion on the vaccination programme, saying she would “stop the roll out immediately”.

This is despite the fact that vaccines have been tested extensively by medical officials across the world and have proven highly effective in reducing the spread of Covid-19 and reducing deaths.

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