Pfizer application for Emergency Use Authorisation of the mRNA Covid-19 vaccines in children aged 6 months to 4 years.
This is the heading of a crowdjustice appeal looking to challenge the government’s decision on vaccinating healthy primary school children. But given this is only an ‘offer’, is a legal challenge required?
Since the arrival of the omicron variant, infection rates or positive cases have risen rapidly. Hospitalisations have also risen but it has been hard to disentangle admissions ‘with’ and admissions ‘for’ covid.
There have been 28 reports of deaths of children in the US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System within 6 weeks of a Covid vaccine. As is stated in each VAERS report, the submission of a report ‘does not mean that the vaccine caused or contributed to the adverse event’.
A detailed look at the legalities Guest author, Philip Ridley has thoroughly researched the legalities surrounding the Court of Protection vaccine rulings for autistic and mentally handicapped adults and whether they are in fact lawful. We hope his deep dive into this topic may be of use for those faced with similar issues. It was […]
In a classic example of social media getting itself wrongly into a lather, a letter from a clinical director at Vaccination UK, addressed to ‘Dear Headteacher’ did the rounds, along with inappropriate invective.
Drug harm reporting systems, like the MHRA’s yellow card system, are designed to alert the regulator to a potential issue. They are not designed to measure the size of the problem. If an issue is highlighted then the regulator has a responsibility to carry out an audit and see whether the incidence of the condition of concern has been higher than historical levels in the population who were vaccinated.
Some disturbing findings hidden in the reluctantly released data After a Texan court ordered the FDA to release the documents used to approve the covid vaccine the first 150 documents have now been published. These include the medical notes for a selection of patients at five different trial sites. Sonia Elijah has carried out part […]
The existing mechanism for compensating those suffering vaccine damage was set up in 1979. If the vaccination caused ‘severe disablement’ (classed, somewhat callously, as being ‘60% disabled’), then one can become eligible for a one-off payment of £120,000, but only if you are able to undergo an excruciating and protracted battle with the authorities to have your claim accepted.
Over many months, a group of experienced health professionals and academics have been writing to the MHRA and the JCVI regarding the vaccination of healthy children, with most of the letters posted on the HART website. In our most recent letter, the authors have called for a pause to the children’s vaccine rollout pending a thorough investigation of a number of safety concerns.
On Tuesday 1 March, the government released the results of the consultation period, which unequivocally shows the lack of public support for this mandate, with 87% of respondents saying that they “feel strongly that the requirement should be revoked”.
How many times have we heard the phrase “If it saves one life…” repeated like a mantra, since March 2020? An insidious phrase, it has been used to great effect to shut down rational dissent. Unfortunately, this phrase (and the thinking behind it) encourages people to ride roughshod over very difficult ethical ground.
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.
This may be the strap line of MHRA but is not the view of HART member Dr John Flack, retired Director of Safety Evaluation at Beecham Pharmaceuticals and subsequent Senior Vice-president for Drug Discovery at SmithKline Beecham. Wisdom is a rarity in today’s world, but this article is overflowing with sage words about the workings of the pharmaceutical industry. It’s a pity SAGE doesn’t reflect the same meaning.
One of the issues that has not been explored by anyone is liability for vaccine-induced damage; by this is meant liability to those not covered by the blanket government indemnity given to the vaccine manufacturers, but the potential liability of those pushing the vaccines.