Maryanne Demasi presented a depressing historical account of the reach of Big Pharma in an era well before covid when she was speaking at the recent Australians for Science and Freedom conference at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. Maryanne is an investigative journalist with a background of health research and has been a regular writer for the BMJ.
The sordid state of the medical system here in the UK is laid bare in excruciating detail in a recent Daily Mail article which chooses to perpetuate myths and disinformation rather than engage in genuine reporting.
The BBC – the UK’s state broadcaster – has a little-known motto that still adorns the organisation’s coat of arms: “Nation Shall Speak Peace Unto Nation”. There is circumstantial evidence to suggest that this phrase was inspired by a quotation from the Old Testament: “Nation shall not lift up a sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more” (Micah 4:3).
Creating a social media profile and broadcasting to the world is not for everyone. Speaking the truth to your family, your friends and your colleagues is a fine place to start. In fact those conversations are worth many times more than communication through any screen.
Censorship or self-censorship in the mainstream media, if not to say paid government propaganda, has been very clear for all to see. But reading the comments at the bottom of online articles can give a more encouraging picture of the views of the readership.
In an effort to shine light on the censorship complex, HART – and others – have been exploring how the truth gets suppressed. It seems that despite the aphorism that the “Truth will out”, untruths & lies seem to be remarkably resilient. And as was so amply demonstrated following the unwinding of the apartheid regime, without truth, there is little hope of reconciliation.
Imagine living in a world devoid of individual freedoms and basic human rights, where each person’s behaviour, speech and (even) thoughts are determined by the state. A world characterised by ubiquitous surveillance and ensuing censorship of any action or utterance that deviates from the regime’s version of the ‘greater good’, where martial law can be imposed at the whim of unelected bureaucrats under the pretence of keeping us all ‘safe’.
The Perseus Report was written to raise awareness about the failure of MHRA to apply proper due diligence to the approval of covid vaccines, the significant harm caused and the risk that permanent changes to approval processes could cause further injuries and deaths from other medicines. The Perseus Group sent our report to MPs and MHRA themselves, so far we have had no response from MHRA or the Government.
The Atlantic. What does this phrase conjure up in your mind? Splashing about in the sea in Cornwall? Worries about the direction of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation?
As of autumn 2022, add another: Professor Emily Oster’s now infamous “Let’s Forget About The Beastly Things We Did During Covid And Just Be Friends” article was, of course, published in The Atlantic.
In summer 2021, the private messaging forum that HART used was illegally hacked and our private conversations downloaded. Within 24 hours we were contacted by a small company called Logically AI who told us they were going to publish the conversations. This small company had a contract with the government worth over a million pounds of taxpayer’s money.
Given HART’s experiences on the receiving end of the Censorship Industrial Complex, we give a great deal of thought on a weekly basis as to what we may and may not say and write. We know that some of what we would like to put into the public domain would see us fall foul of external censorship; powerful vested interests can ensure we are not heard.
It strikes us that there is this apocryphal idea in the minds of many that proven conspiracies have only happened in the dim and distant past. This is a very bizarre position to hold. What it supposes is that for centuries there has been clear evidence of deep state corruption within governments and secret government agencies, but somehow that just suddenly stopped a mere moment ago. Nowadays, the fairytale goes that mummy and daddy government in the civilised West would never do anything to harm its citizens. Ever.
There are plenty of examples in history of individuals who have been brilliant on one topic and controversial on another. Take Marie Curie; a ‘nerd’s nerd who broke the law for knowledge’. A veritable boundary rider, she went on to win 2 Nobel prizes for her scientific discoveries, but also enjoyed a good seance and slept with vials of Radium by her bed because it was ‘pretty’ (a habit that no doubt contributed to her eventual death from aplastic pernicious anaemia). We don’t however dismiss her entire body of scientific work because she dabbled in a bit of witchcraft or didn’t fully understand the dangers of radioactivity.
We are pleased to note that Orwellian censorship antics promulgated by the UK Government – in cahoots with various civil service agencies, assorted contractors and pharmaceutical companies – has managed a few days in the mainstream limelight, even making the front page of the Daily Telegraph.
The Telegraph has suddenly reported on the existence of the Counter Disinformation Unit (CDU), the dubious activities of which were first highlighted several months ago by Big Brother Watch in a report aptly titled ‘The Ministry of Truth’ (do re-read George Orwell’s 1984 if you don’t recognise this title). A launch meeting was held in January at Westminster, hosted by David Davis MP, who had himself been reported to the CDU for unspecified crimes. Where were the press reports of that meeting?
Somewhere in England in early 2023, a large group of medics gathered together for an annual conference. No need for the details, lest the GMC attack dogs start frothing at the mouth at the idea of yet another potential witch hunt.