A video clip with ludicrous claims about vaccination is going viral across social media. It is widely circulated in WhatsApp groups with a claim, “The Canadian theology professor Dr. Pierre Gilbert during a lecture in 1995 warned of coming mandatory vaccine containing liquid crystals that when exposed to magnetic frequencies, turn vaccine recipients into Zombies”. In the video Gilbert also claims of underground cities in United States, concentration camps built by United Nations, and refers to Rwanda genocide as a result of implementing Zombie population. Find more claims here
DR. PIERRE GILBERT IN 1995:
THEY WILL TURN PEOPLE INTO CONTROLLED ZOMBIES WITH MANDATORY MAGNETIC VACCINES 🧐I WONDER IF THIS IS WHATS HAPPENING NOW🤔🙏👇👇👇 pic.twitter.com/bJmK9xLDhr
— Sandra Knulst (@mariusknulst) June 4, 2021
Pierre J Gilbert is a Chiropractor, Naturopath, UFO researcher and a follower of Eschatology (the part of theology concerned with death, judgment, and the final destiny of the soul and of humankind). He is not an expert of any of the topics he claimed. His claims have been refuted by international fact checking organizations on several occasions. The viral video in question is from 1996 and talks about the end of the world by 2000 and a new world order.
In one of the viral messages shared in WhatsApp, it was claimed that vaccine contains liquid crystals that when exposed to magnetic frequencies, turn vaccine recipients into Zombies. This claim is completely baseless and absurd. According to Institute of Advanced Materials and Liquid Crystal, University of Kent Liquid Crystals are a state of matter that contains both liquid and solid properties, and can detected in living organisms and in every products such as LCD screens and soaps. The Agency France-Presse Fact-check (AFP) reached out to subject matter expert who explained that Liquid crystals are crystalline structures that change orientation in the substrate depending on temperature or pressure, which results in a modification of their ‘color’ or reflection and are not receptors electromagnetic field.
Conclusion: Gilbert also claims that the Rwanda genocide is a result of implementing zombie population through mandatory vaccines which is completely false. The Rwanda genocide is a result of political crisis and ethnic issues which led to a civil war. Approximately 1 million Tutsi civilians were massacred by Hutu extremists. None of the claims by Gilbert are backed by scientific or historic evidence. Social media users should not believe in conspiracy theories and refrain themselves from sharing them. Fake news and misinformation like this would result in vaccine hesitancy among people.