Although we don’t do the stickers, it’s always good to be aware of “spies”!
Over a year ago the White Rose UK (this organisation) has been asked by Michael Marschall for an interview, which we declined. As it turns out, that was a good decision, as Marschall has been an undercover member of the White Rose sticker group on Telegram, which he now calls a “dangerous ecosystem of misinformation and extremism”.
The way it sounds, Marschall is clearly not working for the benefit of the truth or the people, but has chosen to align with the promoters of the great reset, and has adapted to their deceitful narrative.
In December, he is to give a speech about his “research”. Below is a piece of information, sent to us by a reader:
Inside the White Rose: an anti-vaxx, Covid conspiracy theory ecosystem – Tuesday, December 13 at 7:30PM
When? Tuesday, December 13 2022 at 7:30PM
Where? Davy’s Wine Vaults, 161 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 8JA
Who? Michael Marshall
What’s the talk about? When 2020 brought with it a new strain of coronavirus, the world was plunged into confusion and uncertainty. While most people accepted the realities of the virus, little white stickers began to appear in public around the world claiming covid-19 was a hoax concocted by the governments of the world to instil fear into their people, as a pretext for introducing new, permanent totalitarian laws. The graffiti was part of a co-ordinated grassroots campaign by a group calling itself The White Rose, urging members of the public to join their encrypted messaging channels to learn more about what was really going on.
So that’s what Michael Marshall, full-time skeptical investigator and activist, did. After spending months undercover in the messaging app Telegram, he has reported on the various conspiracy theories spread by the White Rose, and how groups used the Covid crisis to radicalise vaccine hesitant members of the public into a dangerous ecosystem of misinformation and extremism.
Michael Marshall is the Project Director of the Good Thinking Society, Editor of The Skeptic, and President of the Merseyside Skeptics Society. He regularly speaks with proponents of pseudoscience for the Be Reasonable podcast, and presents investigative reporting on the Skeptics with a K podcast.
His work has seen him organising international homeopathy protests, going undercover to expose psychics and quack medics, and co-founding the popular QED conference. He has written for the Guardian, The Times, The New Statesman and New Scientist.
Perhaps Michael Marshall needs a little help with waking up? You may contact him here (please be respectful):