In recent months, the famous rocker Erik Klepton has publicly opposed the restrictive measures introduced due to the coronavirus and vaccination, writes Media.
In December last year, he recorded the song “Stand and Deliver” with Van Morrison, one of the many songs that the famous Northern Irish singer-songwriter wrote against “lockdown”.
Clapton’s new song “This Has Gotta Stop” was accompanied by an animated video that has been viewed more than a million times since Friday, and which shows people hypnotized by the media and protesters with inscriptions such as “Freedom”.
– This has to stop. I can’t take this nonsense anymore. It exceeded the measure – the 76-year-old musician sings in the chorus of the new song.
Clapton has previously criticized vaccines after his experience with AstraZenec vaccination, which he said resulted in “catastrophic” consequences for his health.
He called the claims that the vaccines were safe “propaganda”, adding that it was difficult to remain silent on the subject with the knowledge he allegedly had. In July, Clapton refused to play concerts at locations that asked audiences for confirmation of vaccination, arguing it was discrimination.