Eric Clapton Rises Up Against Virus Hoax! New Song!

It’s shocking that more musicians are not rising up against this hoax, given that their entire livelihood is dependent on people being able to gather together in large, crowded groups.

But I’m glad Clapton is on our side, even if I do think he is very overrated.


Legendary musician Eric Clapton, who previously called his AstraZeneca vaccine experience “disastrous,” has released a new song, ‘This Has Gotta Stop’ – the latest reason for the woke crowd to blast the rocker as anti-science.

“This has gotta stop/Enough is enough/I can’t take this B.S. any longer,” he opens his new song singing.

Clapton goes on to sing details that echo his previous statements on his Covid-19 inoculation.

“I knew that something was going on wrong/When you started laying down the law/I can’t move my hands, I break out in sweat/I wanna cry, I can’t take it anymore,” he sings.

An animated music video was released this week along with the song and it features stick figure characters holding signs with messages such as, “enough is enough” and “liberty.”

The song is for now on YouTube, but I would think that this qualifies as “coronavirus disinformation” and will be removed.

Various types of art have already been censored by the American system, including music.

Frankly, I always considered myself primarily an artist – and I was the first to be censored!

I think Slowhand is a good album, actually, but it’s just been played so completely to death that when it comes on I feel like pushing my toddler son out the window.

I also take issue with the claim that Clapton is “the greatest guitarist of all time.”

There is only one greatest guitarist of all time, and he’s from Australia.

The thing that I respect most about Eric Clapton is the same thing that I respect most about the horrible homo vaxxer Elton John: he was in Tommy.

But hey – I’m happy to have anyone on board with this anti-hoax agenda.

Clapton actually took one shot of the vaxx, and couldn’t move his fingers and thought he’d never be able to play again. I’m glad he can play again and make songs about this hoax.

Though he will likely die soon. He has a history of substance abuse, and there is no way the vaxx didn’t seriously damage his circulatory system.


Jews skipped the canards, and went straight for the trope.

It is now the official and public position of the Jews that if you talk the possibility that the elite are doing something bad, you’re attacking the Jews.

The position assumes that it is accepted that Jews are the elite, but that it is impossible for them to do anything bad, ever. Therefore, it is evil to ever criticize the elite, because they are Jewish, and therefore beyond any kind of reproach.

I have no idea how anyone could think it is acceptable or sustainable for any civilization to have a ruling elite with absolute power that is totally beyond criticism – where in fact, to criticize them is metaphysically evil.

But yeah who knows – maybe it will work out. The Jewish elite now completely dominate all of Western society, so if it is in fact impossible for them to do anything wrong, then I guess we’ll have a utopia pretty soon.

However, it we don’t quickly end up with a utopia, we’re going to have to get some answers from these Jews, who are now being straightforward about the fact that they are elite puppet-masters.