A Letter to Robert Malone

By Margaret Anna Alice

“It is essential to employ, trust, and reward those whose perspective, ability, and judgment are radically different from yours. It is also rare, for it requires uncommon humility, tolerance, and wisdom.”
Dee Hock

Robert, I just learned about your reply to a tweet sharing a Mike Yeadon video1 in which you wrote:

Robert Malone Reply to Tweet About Mike Yeadon Video

This was in response to the following post by Wide Awake Media:

Wide Awake Media Post of Mike Yeadon Video

In that video, Mike told a CHD.TV reporter:

“Until 2011, for many years, I was responsible for worldwide research and early development in [Pfizer’s] field of respiratory and allergy new medicines.…

“There’s not many corners of this industry I’ve not had some knowledge of, and when I started noticing former colleagues of mine, including Sir Patrick Vallance, saying things on the television I knew weren’t true and that I knew he knew weren’t true, that’s when the penny dropped for me—probably February 2020.

“I remember saying to my wife, ‘This is not what they’re saying it is. Something is going on.’

“And then when I saw not only my country locking down but dozens of countries locking down at the same time, I would say to your listeners, that was proof, and it’s still proof, of a supranational operation. There’s no way it could’ve happened at the local level, at the country level.

“Therefore, it must’ve occurred at the level above. Whether it was the WHO or the World Economic Forum or other, I don’t know, but I’m convinced that action alone absolutely proves unequivocally that we didn’t just get some virus drifting in and then, ‘Oh! We all panicked.’

“They all did the same stupid, ineffective, known-not-to-work things at the same time, none of which were in their countries’ pandemic preparedness plans. Because I’ve read them all, right?

“So when I accuse these people of lying, I do it confident they’re not going to sue me because I would say, ‘C’mon, sue me! I’d love to have discovery in court. You will lose, big time.’

“And so they won’t sue me. What they do is smear me and censor me. And I don’t care anymore because we’re facing something much worse than an alleged virus.

“At the very least, the things people have been injected with—the injuries to people from these so-called ‘vaccines’ … I wish I could tell you that it was accidental, but it wasn’t accidental.

“I’ve spent thirty-two years in rational drug design. I know, and I knew and wrote it before any of them had emergency use authorizations, that they were dangerous.…

“I’m convinced and would say with my hand on a Bible in front of a court that these injections have been made to injure people, to maim and kill deliberately.”

“They all did the same stupid, ineffective, known-not-to-work things at the same time, none of which were in their countries’ pandemic preparedness plans.” —Mike Yeadon

As someone who has written a Profile in Courage on you; defended you against allegations of controlled opposition; lambasted Alex Berenson for his juvenile sideswiping of you; offered to mediate between you and the Breggins; been on the receiving end of accusations myself; and taken a firm stance on giving people in the freedom movement the benefit of the doubt in the absence of hard evidence proving collusion, I was disappointed to see you behaving so uncivilly toward one of the longest-serving, bravest foot soldiers in our community.

I respectfully ask, Why would you speak so contemptuously of a fellow scientist who has dedicated his life to exposing the lies you yourself have been working diligently to reveal throughout the COVIDcrisis? Why would you slip into the role of the tear-downer when you understand how painful such attacks can be? Why would you target someone who has never and would never speak so dismissively about you?

Even Mike’s gracious response to your tweet exemplifies his noble character:

“Dear Robert,

“Please read this post on Telegram.

“I’m interested in your thoughts.

“I don’t believe anyone with the ability to understand the points made can conclude other than intentionality.”2

Mike has consistently proven that speaking out for him has never been about ego, fame, or monetary gain. You imply he is making these statements to score “lots of clicks and likes,” but he doesn’t even have a Twitter account and is inactive on all social media except the Telegram channel he previously shared with Robin Monotti and Cory Morningstar before recently setting up his own channel.

While Mike is an avid Substack reader and occasional commenter, he has chosen not to make a single pence from the thousands of hours he has poured into defending humanity against propaganda and democide—even though many people would happily welcome the opportunity to support him as an inadequate expression of our gratitude for his heroic contributions.

As a former chief scientist, vice president, and head of allergy and respiratory research at Pfizer, Mike has generously shared his wise insights, fact-based observations, and scientific expertise informed by more than three decades of experience in the pharmaceutical industry.

That experience includes a career as a biotech sector consultant after he left Pfizer in 2011. Mike also started his own biotech called Ziarco, raising millions in private funds to perform research and development studies on ZPL-389, a compound spun out of Pfizer found to achieve a clinically and statistically significant reduction of eczema with no side effects. In collaboration with two former colleagues, Mike converted the compound into a drug. Novartis acquired his company in 2017. Before he became a persona non grata for uncloaking industry corruption during COVID, Forbes published an article on the successful venture written by Dr. John LaMattina, a former Pfizer board member.

Mike has been accurately identifying and predicting malfeasance since early 2020—including cosigning an Urgent Open Letter from Doctors and Scientists to the European Medicines Agency Regarding COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Concerns on March 10, 2021.(…)

As the fearless Sophie Scholl declared before being martyred for speaking out:

“The real damage is done by those millions who want to ‘survive.’ The honest men who just want to be left in peace. Those who don’t want their little lives disturbed by anything bigger than themselves. Those with no sides and no causes. Those who won’t take measure of their own strength, for fear of antagonizing their own weakness. Those who don’t like to make waves—or enemies. Those for whom freedom, honour, truth, and principles are only literature. Those who live small, mate small, die small. It’s the reductionist approach to life: if you keep it small, you’ll keep it under control. If you don’t make any noise, the bogeyman won’t find you. But it’s all an illusion, because they die too, those people who roll up their spirits into tiny little balls so as to be safe. Safe?! From what? Life is always on the edge of death; narrow streets lead to the same place as wide avenues, and a little candle burns itself out just like a flaming torch does. I choose my own way to burn.”

Read Margaret Anna Alice’s full letter here: https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/letter-to-robert-malone

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