The Hughes Report: Options for redress released by the Patient Safety Commissioner All HART articles also on Substack. Please consider a PAID SUBSCRIPTION so we can continue our work. Comments are open so you can join in the conversation. Many patients have been fighting for years for compensation after birth defects and developmental disorders were […]
Dr Edmund Fordham is a HART member and a Prospective Parliamentary Candidate running against Lucy Frazer, MP for South East Cambridgeshire. Dr Fordham has sent us a letter that was shared with him by Lucy Frazer (his MP) discussing covid vaccines. It was written by Maria Caulfield, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Mental Health and Women’s Health Strategy.
11th August 2022 Your ref DE-1411619 Dear Mr X, Thank you for your detailed reply on behalf of the Secretary of State, but unfortunately it totally fails to address the concerns outlined in our recent letter. You start with a statement ‘Vaccines are now safer than ever before’. Can you explain if that is the […]
“We have experienced more excess deaths since July 2021 than in the whole of 2020. Unlike during the pandemic, however, those deaths are not disproportionately of the old. In other words, the excess deaths are striking down people in the prime of life. No one seems to care.”
Andrew Bridgen has secured an adjournment debate on the vital subject of Excess Mortality. This much vexed subject has generally been ignored by the majority of MPs as well as the mainstream media. The excess noted back in 2021 in adolescent males was highlighted in the High Court and the excess was acknowledged even then but with no decision to investigate. HART wrote to the MHRA at that time, as did members of the Pandemic Recovery APPG. Questions have been asked in the House of Commons too. But all attempts to get the issue taken seriously have drawn a blank.
How will you be remembered? Also available on Substack – Come and join the conversation with open comments A Word version of the letter available for download HERE for those who readers would also like to forward to their MP to ensure response. Letter to all Members of Parliament standing down at the next General […]
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’.
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.
The precautionary principle (PP), in its original form, counselled those considering the introduction of an innovative idea – a new way of doing things – to pause and think carefully about the balance between potential benefits and potential harms of the novel intervention, with the emphasis on “potential”, since by their nature innovations will invariably carry a high risk of unknown and unknowable risks of harm. As such, the principle complemented the long-standing Hippocratic oath of our medical doctors to, ‘First do no harm’.
The recent announcement by Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), declaring the covid pandemic over, highlights the absurdity of bureaucratic regimes dictating when we should be scared or not scared of an endemic virus.
We appear to be living through a blatant attack on what it means to be a sovereign human being. With our freedoms being eroded from all angles and the worrying shadow of a digital, programmable monetary system looming, we plebs must sharpen our focus.
Late last year HART was invited to be a co-signatory on an open letter to the relevant parliamentary scrutiny committees on the much vexed question of increasing WHO powers. The proposals are via a combination of changes to international health regulations, which require only a 51% majority of member states, and a wholescale change to the Treaty, which would require a two thirds majority.
On 17 March 2023 Member of Parliament (MP) Andrew Bridgen made an important speech in the UK Parliament asking ministers to critically consider the risks as well as the benefits for the covid vaccines. Bridgen is one of the only MPs to highlight vaccine safety concerns and has been suspended from the Conservative Party on supposedly unconnected but obviously spurious grounds.
On the evening of 13 Dec 2022 Andrew Bridgen, the MP for NorthWest Leicestershire, gave a 17-minute speech on the floor of the House of Commons challenging the “safe and effective” mantra regarding the mRNA Covid vaccines and calling for their suspension.
How will we look back on 2022? For most but the most die-hard Zero Covid addicts (who had to wait until China punctured this illusion only a few weeks ago), victory was declared over Covid early in the piece when the government backed down from its obscene NHS injection mandate in February and ‘Plan B’ restrictions were also subsequently rescinded.