Followers of the HART bulletins will know that an open letter was sent to the FDA right back in April 2022 before their meeting to consider authorising mRNA covid-19 vaccines to young children aged 6 months to 4 years. The authors highlighted the likely poor benefit:risk ratio, given the extremely low risk posed by SARS-CoV-2 infections in this age group and the many known and unknown harms.
Within the first year the tips of three icebergs had been recognised and acknowledged by authorities. These tips were the risk of myocarditis, the risk of unusual brain clots and the risk of Guillain-Barre syndrome (where the immune system attacks the nervous system leading to life threatening or disabling weakness or paralysis). However, these are only the tips of icebergs the full extent of which are yet to be measured.
There are times when it seems that nothing will ever be the same again. Many of us long to go back to normal life where we can work, play, pay our taxes and observe professional scribes and commentators vociferously debate the arguments du jour. But when it gets to the stage where even pachyderm enthusiasts are consistently ignoring gigantic herds of elephants stampeding around them, their active cognitive dissonance and Nelsonian ignorance is nothing short of enraging.
Spiked has published a spiteful article by Fraser Myers that claims HART is “notorious for its anti-vax statements”. This follows a debate between him and Andrew Bridgen MP on GB News in which Bridgen brought along facts and Myers repeated the phrase “anti-vax conspiracy theory” numerous times.
There is plenty of data that suggests concerning patterns emerging in terms of mortality rates among certain groups of people who received the covid vaccines. The number of deaths recorded in the vaccine group was higher than the placebo group in the Pfizer/BioNTech clinical trial, and there were more cases of cardiac and respiratory arrest in the vaccinated group.
In this article, we will explore the difficulties in measuring the true extent of adverse reactions from the vaccines, the potential risks associated with different batches of vaccines, and the impact of vaccine rollout on hospital resources and the workforce.
HART have been asked to submit evidence to module 3 of the Covid-19 Public Inquiry. That module is about the impacts on healthcare but we were specifically asked to include evidence around deaths in males aged 15-18 years of age and so provided an overview of the full impact these novel products have had on the healthcare system.
HART published an open letter sent to the JCVI on 6th December, the date when the MHRA first gave a conditional marketing authorisation for 0-4s. As has been the norm, no reply was received. The concerns remain the same.
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.
The sceptical community – living up to its decentralised worldview – is not short of opinions and theories, robustly debated. These are too numerous to cover in detail in this short piece: it suffices to say that they cover a wide spectrum ranging from calamitous ineptitude (and innumeracy) of politicians and civil servants, deceitful and underhand sales…
An interesting correspondance with the Medical Defence Union To: The Medical Defence Union 24th August 2022 Dear MDU advisor, I and a large group of doctors have ongoing concerns about the risk:benefit balance of covid-19 vaccines particularly in children. We have been in correspondence for well over a year with the MHRA, the JCVI and the […]
Fauci made some bold claims about the Covid vaccines in order to justify such coercive policies, including that they would prevent infections and limit transmission of the virus to others. These claims were then picked up by political leaders worldwide and used to justify their own policies, even when – from early data – it became obvious that the vaccines did not prevent infections or reduce the viral load of those infected.
The BBC reporting on covid in Japan reads like a play in three Acts. First, the mystery of their pre-existing immunity. Second, an alledged bungling of vaccine rollout before reaching one of the higest rates in the world. Third, how “low immunity” has led to overwhelmed hospitals and one of the highest current covid mortality rates.
HART have previously reported on recent failings of the MHRA. Here, the acknowledgement of those failings by politicians is contrasted with their continued praise of the MHRA with respect to covid vaccines.