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Exposed: US Military Fuel Vaccine Propaganda
Prolific poster who attacks the 'anti-vax' turns out to be a US military shill
Updates: Several weeks after this was published a number of individuals have provided new information, and the article has been updated to reflect this.
If you have been wisely avoiding Twitter, you may not have heard of the name Ian Copeland. He claims to be a “debunker of nonsense”, which isn’t an actual job title, but we’ll humour him.
He declares he has a PhD on his Twitter profile. He even posted his certificate publicly back in May 2021, from Baylor College of Medicine, but there’s only one paper to his name, it is incredibly short, and it isn’t vaccine related. He’s not an MD, although he feels like he can give everyone advice on the topic.
Ian got through via Baylor College of Medicine’s IMSD. What is IMSD? It stands for ‘Initiative for Maximizing Student Development’, a ‘affirmative action’ system adopted by many Universities.
Jikkyleaks calls it a ‘cardboard PhD’. The Daily Beagle just calls him Dr Copium.
Unlike most other PhDs, where PhDs are more skeptical than Professionals (MDs), Master’s or Bachelors, Ian does not spend his time researching, or working at an institution earning money.
Bizarrely, he instead spends all day, every day, on Twitter, attacking the “antivaxers”[sic], writing unprofessional, child-like Tweets rife with Emoji spam and personal attacks. You can’t help but feel this isn’t typical for PhDs.
He’ll stage phony offers to listen to evidence in verbal debates, where he’ll conveniently ignore evidence that contradicts his pay packet, and instead cherry pick the worst responses, acting as though no evidence has been presented.
Often he’ll quote studies he hasn’t properly read, quote segments out of context, and ignore evidence even within his own dataset that undermines his own argument.
He Works For A Cardboard Company
What Ian Copeland fails to disclose on his Twitter profile are his conflicts of interest In-fact, his profile page didn’t even originally mention his C2 Genomics tie until after The Daily Beagle started asking questions, which of course, he ignored.
C2 Genomics, likely like the PhD, is a cardboard website and thus a cardboard business. The page still says “under construction”, and the social media links all point to the default ‘wix’ links provided by the template. Dr Copium is too busy verbally abusing people on Twitter to finish his website, we guess?
Even the copyright message has not been updated and says “2023 by Name of Site”. C2 Genomics does have a hidden leadership page — found by a member of the ‘mouse army’ on Twitter — which appears to consist entirely of Ian Copeland’s family and friends. Again, reinforcing it is a cardboard business with no working model.
He is as disingenuous as they come. But why?
He Works For The US Military
He’s got to create this thin veneer that he knows what he is talking about in order to offset his misuse of evidence, whilst pretending he isn’t working for the government so his employers aren’t challenged. It is so token even the cardboard blows over in a gentle breeze.
Ian Copeland fails to disclose his conflict of interests. The Daily Beagle was told by one social media poster this was due to ‘JER’ (Joint Ethics Regulation), which says:
[…] Social media fundraising sites such as “Go Fund Me” are subject to the same endorsement prohibitions. Avoid uniforms, Army logos, ranks, or other indicators of official sanction in campus or social media fundraising. […]
However, seeing as the business website is incomplete, it seems more like the business was created specifically with the intention of invoking JER explicitly to avoid mentioning military involvement.
This does raise questions whether or not the wider US military get posters to create proxy businesses in order to avoid publicly declaring US military involvement in online social media campaigns.
He works for the US military, and despite only being recruited in March 2021, he already is a Captain (it turns out the US army will make most PhDs into ‘O-3’, which means Captain rank).
I am currently a Captain in the United States Army. I serve as a Biochemist/Physiologist. A few of my skillsets include bioinformatics, working with next-generation sequencing data (whole exome and whole genome) and Sanger sequencing. I am interested in understanding the cause of rare genetic disorders such as child hood onset essential hypertension. I am also the CFO of C2 Genomics, a 501(c)3 non profit organization that focuses on genomic testing and education.
We can tell it is the same Ian Copeland, because both mention Baylor College of Medicine, both report working for the cardboard C2 Genomics, the latter is on Ian Copeland’s Twitter profile.
Curiously, on his Twitter profile he calls C2 Genomics a “Business”, but on his LinkedIn he calls it a 501(c)3 (a non-profit, or ‘charity’). Do the IRS know about the inconsistencies?
Evidence Of Military Propaganda
We have a man, who, before he got his PhD in May 2021, joined the US Army in March 2021. He is apparently still working for them, but his time is mostly writing attack pieces on those critical of the shots on Twitter.
Based on this evidence, we must conclude one of several possibilities are true:
Ian Copeland is a fraud, does not have a PhD, is not qualified, and does not work for the US military (but then how does he have a published paper, certificate, etc?)
The Ian Copeland Twitter account is an imposter, pretending to be Ian Copeland (but then how does the account have access to the real one’s certificate?)
Ian Copeland is who says he is, but spends his entire time slacking off on Twitter whilst working for the US Army, and the US Army don’t know
The US Army know what he is doing, and that is Ian Copeland’s main job
Given the overwhelming weight of evidence, option 4 is the most likely. And we can reinforce this further.
US Army Have A Direct Conflict Of Interest In The Shots
In May 2021 — the same month and year Ian Copeland graduated — the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research boasted how they were re-launching their vaccine manufacturing facility for the SARS-CoV-2 shots.
Part of the article reads:
When SARS-CoV-2 was emerging on the world’s stage in early 2020, researchers and scientists across the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research were mobilizing their resources to combat it.
It goes on to remark (emphasis added):
[…] the PBF [Pilot Bioproduction Facility] staff threw themselves into their work, working around the clock to oversee the completion of building renovations, the calibration and qualification of equipment according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s current good manufacturing practices and development of a manufacturing process for WRAIR’s COVID-19 vaccine, known as spike ferritin nanoparticle
This shot with the ‘spike ferritin [iron] nanoparticle’ went to clinical trials under WRAIR’s watch.
This particular shot is the US Army’s attempt at a so-called “pan-coronavirus” or ‘all-in-one’ shot, as reported by GlobalNews:
“It’s not just one spike protein that is being presented to your immune system. It’s multiple spike proteins decorated around a symmetric particle,” said Dr. Kayvon Modjarrad, director of the EIDB and co-inventor of the vaccine.
EIDB is the Emerging Infectious Diseases Branch (EIDB) based at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR), as noted in the GlobalNews article.
So naturally, the US military, have a conflict-of-interest to shill in favour of the shots. Indeed, the time Ian Copeland was recruited was when the military vaccine mandates were in full swing, so to still be working there, he has to be totally onboard with the shots. ~99% of exemptions were denied.
Although Ian Copeland knows evidence is out there that implicates him working for the US military, he does not disclose it on his Twitter profile, like he knows it would immediately discredit his message.
It is proof that the US military are engaging in outright propaganda on Twitter to protect their own interests in the shots.
Baylor College Of Medicine Bonus Round
And the conflict-of-interest love-in doesn’t stop there!
Ian Copeland studied under Neil Hanchard, who also appears as a co-author on Ian’s lacklusture paper. Jikkyleaks found Neil Hanchard had three major affiliations, as denoted by the numbers, 1, 3 and 5 on this affiliations page. There’s also an implicit tie to the Undiagnosed Diseases Network but that is beyond the scope of this article.
Hanchard’s affiliations are:
Department of Molecular and Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine (BCM), Houston, Texas, USA.
Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, Texas, USA.
Laboratory for Translational Genomics, Agricultural Research Service (ARS)/United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Children's Nutrition Research Center
Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) is a standalone medical school located in the Texas Medical Center in Houston, TX, which is the world's largest medical center. Eight animal care and use facilities fall under the BCM umbrella, including the Michael DeBakey VA, Texas Children's Hospital, and a USDA children's nutrition research facility
And guess who they paired with? None other than SARS-CoV-2 outbreak implicated Galveston National Laboratory, shot-manufacturing Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, and vaccine shill himself, Dr Peter Hotez!
It Is Where Vaccine Shill Dr Peter Hotez Works
Leaders of Texas Children's Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine and the Sabin Vaccine Institute sign agreement today for the recruitment of Dr. Peter Hotez and the relocation of the Sabin vaccine development program to Texas Children's and BCM.
This wasn’t simply a hire, but an agreement formed between three of the groups themselves:
A memorandum of understanding outlining the framework for the groundbreaking collaborative program was signed today by leaders of the three institutions: Morton P. Hyman, board chair of the Sabin Vaccine Institute; Mark Wallace, president and CEO of Texas Children's; and Dr. Paul Klotman, president and CEO of BCM.
How cozy of them! Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital also both announced joining Sabin’s board:
Representatives of BCM and Texas Children's will be joining the Board of the Sabin Vaccine Institute.
So basically they’re all making out with each other in one giant vaccine orgy. You can even see Dr Peter Hotez ugly mugshot on the Baylor College of Medicine’s administration page, where he looks like he’d be stalking you through a steamed glass window, dishevelled hair included:
If you’re not familiar with who Peter Hotez is, he famously lied to Joe Rogan saying there were no chemicals in vaccines (go to 5:15 of this video), and insisted that anyone critical of vaccines was some sort of violent extremist, per usual vaccine cultist rhetoric.
The part Dr Peter Hotez conveniently omits when declaring all critics of the vaccine cult are closet terrorists, is he was working on a SARS-CoV (the original, not to be confused with SARS-CoV-2) vaccine with Galveston National Laboratory where he stood to financially benefit, and got livid when funding for it was cancelled when SARS-CoV didn’t turn into a pandemic. He wasn’t happy there was no pandemic, he was unhappy he didn’t have a chance to profit.
Dr Peter Hotez is the co-director of Texas Children’s Center for Vaccine Development, per the Sabin Vaccine Institute agreement, with another…
The Shadow Of Maria Elena Bottazzi
One person that seems to follow Dr Peter Hotez around like his shadow is Maria Elena Bottazzi. Like Dr Peter Hotez she is also, somehow, co-director of Texas Children’s Center for Vaccine Development:
Maria Elena Bottazzi, Ph.D., associate dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor and co-director of Texas Children’s Center for Vaccine Development
Baylor College of Medicine (not to be confused with Baylor University linked above, although Dr Peter Hotez does work at both) also formed an agreement to manufacture a SARS-CoV-2 shot:
Baylor College of Medicine has entered into a licensing agreement with India-based biotechnology company Biological E. Limited (BE) to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.
So naturally, Baylor College of Medicine has a giant financial conflict of interest to churn out vaccine shills en-mass, even if they’re neither ready nor fully qualified.
Is it really any surprise they’re the source of the latest US military propaganda war on those dissenting against authoritarian government medical regimes?
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