For Eric Clapton, those who were vaccinated against the coronavirus were victims of “subliminal advertising” and “mass training hypnosis”. His preaching against vaccination for the pandemic is already long-standing. However, now added a new chapter.
The 76-year-old artist, who refused to play in places where a sanitary pass was required, got vaccinated but “under the influence”. And he claimed that he had alarming effects after taking the AstraZeneca doses.
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Now, in an interview for the YouTube channel The Real Music Observer, continued with his speech against the restrictive measures due to the pandemic. “I realized that there was a theory behind which there was a man, Mattias Desmet, who is a professor of clinical psychology at the University of Ghent, in Belgium”, said the guitarist.
And he added: “It is the hypnosis theory of mass formation. I could see it in the whole society as soon as I knew about it. Then I remembered seeing little things on YouTube that were like subliminal advertising.”.
“It had been going on for a long time: ‘You won’t own anything and you’ll be happy.’ And I thought, ‘What does that mean?’ And little by little, I put together a kind of rough puzzle. And that made me even more determined,” Clapton added.
Eric Clapton and Van Morrison released a song against “lack of freedom”
Let’s remember that the musician made a collaboration with Van Morrison (another anti-vaccine), in a song called “Stand and Deliver”, which points the guns at confinement and the “lack of freedom”.
“I joined Van because he was coping with the measures and I thought, ‘Why isn’t anyone else doing this?’ So I contacted him. I’m just quibbling, but it looks like we’re not even allowed to do that. And no one else is doing it’”, he specified.