Ian Brown: ‘The pandemic was planned and designed to make us digital slaves’
Ian Brown, the former lead singer of the alternative rock band the Stone Roses, has again voiced yet more of his controversial views on the current health crisis by claiming that the pandemic was “planned and designed to make us digital slaves”.
Just days after promoting his protests against lockdowns, vaccinations and the idea of wearing a protective face mask, Brown has quoted iconic novelist George Orwell in his bid to push his agenda against what he believes is a fraudulent virus.
“ALL tyrannies rule through fraud and force but once the FRAUD is exposed they must rely exclusively on FORCE George Orwell,” the singer said.
Despite the ongoing crisis, as the current coronavirus pandemic continues to rage on, claiming the lives of nearly one million people across the globe, Brown described the issue as a “plandemic”, before adding: “A survival rate of 99.9% and they are into our work life home life social life school life love life garden, back yard your body your wife and kids bodies AND THATS OK?”
In the UK alone, where the Covid-19 response has been slow and confusing from Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party government, over 40,000 people have already died from the virus as new regulations are rolled out this week amid fears the impending second spike as new confirmed cases rise and the government roll out new regulations..