Open Letter from the Children’s Covid Vaccines Advisory Group (CCVAG) to the JCVI: Pause vaccines for children pending urgent review

We wrote to you and also the MHRA last month regarding urgent investigation of the acknowledged increase in all cause mortality in males aged 15-19 since the Pfizer covid vaccine rollout commenced in this age group in May 2021. ONS have acknowledged in the High Court in London, that the figure of 402 excess deaths is significantly higher than the previous 5 year average of 337 deaths. Indeed they stated it is probably an underestimate because of delays for coroners’ cases. This equates to at least one additional teenage boy dying each week. It is thus very disappointing not to have received any response.

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Open Letter to MHRA: 17-05-2021

Open Letter from UK doctors: Safety and Ethical Concerns Surrounding COVID-19 Vaccination in Children   We wish to notify you of our grave concerns regarding all proposals to administer COVID-19 vaccines to children. Recently leaked Government documents suggested that a COVID-19 vaccine rollout in children over 12 years old is already planned for September 2021, […]

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FULL ARTICLE: Help or Harm?

Thought reform is a process that brings about the systematic alteration of a person’s mode of thinking, a process of individual political indoctrination. It has a psychological momentum of its own; once installed – as many researchers on the issue of cults have found – there is no further need of an indoctrinating guru, teacher or other authority figure, because the subjects who have been indoctrinated reflexively take on that role, policing their own and others’ adherence to the ideology

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Should children be vaccinated against COVID-19?

HART would contest that it is unethical to ask children to take a vaccine to boost herd immunity or to offset political decisions such as school closures, at a stage when the drug trials have still to be completed. Policy makers would do well to re-read the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights and to follow the authors’ guidance to ‘weigh up the risks and benefits with caution and to proceed with care’.

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