Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport

The covid narrative architects have surprisingly few “experts” on their team to push their “narrative.” That’s why they have to recycle them and use them over and over, writes Dr. Meryl Nass. On the plus side, “[it] allows us to see the game and the players.”

Three of the narrative “experts” Dr. Nass identifies also advised Sajid Javid, the then Chancellor of the Exchequer (2019-2020) and subsequently the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care (2021-2022), regarding the response to the covid “pandemic.”

Although it’s not the subject of this article, it’s worth taking note of Javid’s career before politics. Before being first elected as a Member of Parliament for Bromsgrove in 2010, he worked in business and finance. Aged 25, he became a Vice President at Chase Manhattan Bank, now JP Morgan Chase. He later moved to Deutsche Bank in London to help build its business in emerging market countries. Sajid left Deutsche Bank as a Senior Managing Director in the summer of 2009 to “give something back through politics,” his website states

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His ties with JP Morgan, where he started his career, have continued to this day.  Six months after quitting his position as UK Chancellor, Javid took up a role on JP Morgan’s advisory council for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (“EMEA”).

He is also a “digital member” of the World Economic Forum.  Despite then Prime Minister Boris Johnson banning ministers from attending, Javid attended WEF’s Davos 2020.

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