Last week, the Hallett Inquiry opened Module 4 on Vaccines and therapeutics. HART, UK Medical Freedom Alliance, Perseus and the Children’s Covid Vaccines Advisory Council had all separately applied for Core participant status and this had been rejected. However an undertaking has been given that the Inquiry’s legal team will contact these groups to ensure any questions and concerns will be raised.
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.
As described by Nick Hunt in this Daily Sceptic piece, one of the (many) odd features of the MHRA’s approval of the products knows as “covid vaccines” is the fact that when Jonathan Van Tam (the UK’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer) wrote to June Raine (head of the MHRA – the UK’s medicines regulator) in November 2020 asking about the suitability of the Pfizer/BionTech product for approval, the reply was not from June Raine, or anyone else at the MHRA
One of the most egregious missteps (a word which might be construed as generous) by drug regulators around the world was to allow the MRNA injections to proceed through a pathway reserved for the class of products termed vaccines.
For those of us who started pulling uncomfortable threads of ‘hang on a minute, that doesn’t seem quite right’ and kept going, life is now a strange landscape. When it comes to health beliefs, many of us have had assumptions believed for our entire lifetime smashed to smithereens.
You may think that Covid-19 vaccines for healthy children have been withdrawn but don’t worry your child can get their next fix by enrolling in the NextCOVE trial, launched last month in Bradford, with several other centres across the UK due to start recruiting soon. The trial was announced by Yahoo ironically on the same day, 30th June, that all routine covid vaccines ended.
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.
Please read the Open Letter to the WHO authored by several concerned action groups here in the UK, with regards to an ICD recognition of C0VID-19 vaccine-induced side effects and related disorders.
…or never in my wildest nightmares? This was the opening phrase in a Twitter post from Dr Lisa Iannattone,on 15 June. The whole Tweet read, “Never in my wildest dreams could I have predicted a future where a new virus would become the #1 infectious disease killer of children and that medical leadership would decide […]
In 430 BC, a devastating plague ravaged Athens, a city embroiled in the Peloponnesian War under the leadership of the statesman Pericles. Simultaneously, Sophocles’ tragic play Oedipus Rex was unveiled, serving as a metaphorical commentary on the events unfolding in Athens.
The Office of National Statistics has estimated that, in 2022, 185.6 million working days were lost due to sickness, the highest figure recorded since records began. The British economy loses £43 billion a year from this growing ‘disease burden’, with around a third of this strain being attributed to mental health problems.
The word pandemic used to have a very specific meaning. It was used to describe a scenario where there was extensive incapacitation of key workers and large numbers of deaths, including young people. A genuine pandemic is not something that would have needed billions of dollars in advertising for people to even notice and fear. Using this long-established definition of the word, we conclude that there was in fact no pandemic in 2020. The word was deliberately misapplied and weaponised against an unsuspecting public.
Wednesday 19th April saw the launch of a detailed report into the failings of the medical regulator. The multi-disciplinary team of authors of the report, The Perseus Group, remain mostly anonymous, but both Nick Hunt, a retired civil servant who worked in weapons safety regulation and Hedley Rees who had a career in pharmaceutical manufacturing have both been interviewed as authors of the report.
Last week, Dr Charles Chapin was introduced as the founder of the myth that all infectious disease spread occurs through close contact. His role did not end there. He went on to invent the idea of asymptomatic spread.
The routes of covid beliefs stretch back far earlier than 2020. A key founding father of one covid myth — that transmission of infections only occurs during close contact — was not one of the usual High Priests. It all began in 1910. The man in question was Dr Charles Chapin, Health Officer of Providence, Rhode Island from 1884 and, in 1926-7, president of the American Public Health Association. He was described by CDC director Alexander Langmuir as “the greatest American epidemiologist.”
SARS-CoV-2 is airborne and spreads through aerosols but are there other routes of transmission too? A recent report from the Food Standards Agency suggested that the virus could survive on food and packaging for up to a week.