Imperial College London

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A UK college, highly funded by the Gates Foundation, which played a central part in the COVID-19 deep event by creating hysterical spreading models

Imperial College London has been one of the central actors in the Covid-19 deep event, including Neil Ferguson's highly inflated death predictions that were used to introduce COVID-19 lockdowns, and sending people to participate in pandemic preparations.

“For the core conspirators, their control of global health authorities meant the pseudopandemic progressed smoothly. The UK State, along with the rest, doffed their caps, believed everything Imperial College and the WHO told them, asked no questions, and set about destroying their own nation and the people who lived in it.”
Iain Davis (2021)  [1]

Bill Gates Grant

In March 2020, Imperial College received 79 million pounds from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation "to develop a new tool for malaria control and elimination in sub-Saharan Africa." As of August 2021, the college had received 72 grants from the Foundation, totaling several hundred million dollars. [2]


Related Quotation

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation“The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded two models to “predict” the spread of COVID-19. The Imperial College London and the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation in Seattle predicted that 2.2-million Americans would die unless drastic lockdown measures were followed. Both colleges quickly reduced their predictions, but the world is still in lockdown as a result of it. In 2005, the Imperial College of London predicted that 200-million people worldwide would be killed by bird flu. When the “crisis’ was over, the virus had killed 78 people worldwide. In 2009, the College predicted that the swine flu would kill 65,000 people in the UK, but the final number was 457. From 2006 through 2018, the Gates Foundation donated $185-million to the College to continue their good work.”William Engdahl
Jon Rappoport
1 May 2020


Employee on Wikispooks

Richard Sykes (Big Pharma)RectorJanuary 20012008


Event Participated in

Exercise Cygnus18 October 201620 October 2016Simulation exercise to estimate the impact of a hypothetical H2N2 influenza pandemic in the UK. One of the purposes of the scenario prepared by experts from Imperial College London was to overcome Whitehall skepticism of their earlier absolutely wrong epidemic forecasting, and to drill politicians to make certain prepared responses in case of an emergency. Held October 2016.


Alumni on Wikispooks

Poppy AllonbyHead of the Global Product for BlackRock in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) & APAC (Asia-Pacific)
Alexander Arbuthnot1 May 1986
Bill DurodiéAcademic
"Terror expert"
Has regularly appeared on BBC as a "terrorism expert".
Lucy Morgan EdwardsUKAuthor
UK citizen who has written a few articles for commercially-controlled media. Her experience in Afghanistan led her to doubt the claims that the War on Afghanistan was an act of altruism, and she pulls no punches about The Cabal which has taken over the US government.
John Egan1939UKBusinesspersonWent to the 1986 Bilderberg as Jaguar CEO
Eduardo Marçal Grilo8 February 1942PortugalPoliticianPortuguese politician. Attended the 1999 Bilderberg. From 2000 director of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
Sunetra Gupta15 March 1965UKAcademicIndian-born British infectious disease epidemiologist
Martina Hirayama1970German
Swiss up-and-coming politician with a Bilderberg wind since 2019
Adam Holloway29 July 1965UKSpook
UK military intelligence officer and Conservative politician
Vuk Jeremić3 July 1975SerbiaPoliticianOtpor! activist. Part of "the most westward-leaning government Serbia has ever had".
Trevor Phillips31 December 1953UK
Grace Reksten SkaugenNovember 1953NorwayDeep state operative
Daughter of shipowner Hilmar Reksten, with many central board positions in the Wallenberg sphere.
Matt Tait1987Spooky academic
Marc WarnerAugust 1984BusinesspersonBusinessman using AI to detect "terrorist" propaganda. Brother of Ben Warner
H. G. Wells21 September 186613 August 1946AuthorEnglish science fiction writer and futurist
Chris Whitty21 April 1966UKChief Medical Adviser to the UK Government during Covid-19.
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