Open letter to JCVI 6th June 2021

Professor Wei Shen Lim, Chairman, Covid-19 immunisation committee, Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) Dear Professor Lim,  I and 50 senior doctors and academics, wrote to you urgently on 17th May (linked here) to express our grave concerns about the possibility of the COVID-19 vaccination programme being extended to children. I was informed that the letter […]

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Pfizer sued… what about BioNTech?

As we wrote in the last HART bulletin’s Pick of the Week, we are encouraged that legal cases are starting to appear, even if ‘victories’ have been few and far between. We should certainly be wary of getting our hopes up and being fooled by ‘dead cat’ distractions. After all, what are the perpetrators of this fiasco up to while we are fed the latest distraction?

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Another measure of the vaccines’ evident failure is being flagrantly ignored

Before Public Health England became UKHSA they devised a way of measuring the proportion of household contacts who were ill a few days later – the secondary attack rate. Many publications on secondary attack rates claim very high percentages but fail to exclude people within a household who became ill at the same time as each other and should both be considered primary cases. Public Health England did exclude these situations and found very consistent results as a consequence.

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Were covid vaccine trials misleading by design?

The covid vaccine trials did not focus on how many were healthy instead comparing those who developed disease. To take the Pfizer/BioNTech trial as an example, there were 8 PCR positive symptomatic people in the vaccine group and 162 in the placebo group more than a week after the second dose and after up to 2 month’s follow up. That worked out at a 94.6% efficacy when calculated as a percentage reduction.

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Ignored danger signals

The publication of the trial results that led to initial approvals claimed there had been four deaths in the placebo group and only two in the vaccination group. By the time of the publication of the 6 month follow up data the ratio was 15 in the vaccination group and 14 in the placebo group. However, this was not the full story and more evidence emerged subsequently.

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PRESS RELEASE: Statement from HART, DFPUK & UKMFA

This joint statement is in response to attempts by a group of doctors and the Good Law Project to compel the GMC to investigate Dr Aseem Malhotra, as reported in this article on the 5th June 2023.

We have drafted this statement to demonstrate that there is a significant body of doctors in support of Dr Malhotra; who are strongly opposed to and concerned about this case and its ramifications for the medical profession as a whole.

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DNA contaminants – an ‘accident’ too far?

The presence of foreign DNA in the genome can cause various complications, with cancer being the most notable risk. This cancer risk arises from the potential of the foreign DNA to disrupt the genes that prevent uncontrolled growth and control correct any mutations in the DNA. There is also a potential risk of integrating into the genome of sperm and egg cells and impacting on the health of future generations.   

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More circus theatre from the ‘safe and effective’ brigade

On 2nd October 2023, Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman were awarded a Nobel Prize for their contribution to the design of the mRNA vaccines. Notably, the original inventor, Robert Malone was not included. Karikó and Weissman’s main contribution was to include a synthetic nucleotide – pseudouridine – to reduce immune attack, increase protein production and to increase the longevity of the mRNA. How long did they make it last you may ask? Nobody knows.

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The vaccine injured get their 20-minutes at the Hallett Inquiry

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. 

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