As described in a previous HART bulletin, there has been a pervasive reluctance for the powers-that-be to discuss the questionable ethics of the covert behavioural-science techniques used by the Government throughout the covid-19 messaging campaign.
For those of us who have spent the last two years surveying unfolding events in dismay, these past few months have been a strange time. We witnessed the greatest imposition of restricted civil liberties ever seen in peacetime and observed with disbelief the supine (sometimes enthusiastic) response of media, political ‘opposition’, most institutions and public bodies, even in the face of ever-increasing evidence of the enormous societal cost.
There have been marked differences between the covid trajectories in Eastern and Western Europe; in particular Spring 2020, Spring 2021 and Autumn 2021 showed markedly different death rates (from covid).
Is no-one safe from the tentacles of the state’s propaganda machine? Can’t they just leave those kids alone? One of HART’s favourite children’s characters has been unwittingly – and we might say unethically – weaponised in a ‘drive by’ vaccine product placement advertisement.
HART has been one of many voices previously highlighting the evidence for the role of Vitamin D deficiency in preventing severe outcomes from Covid infections, and questioning why the very safe and cheap measure of ensuring adequate intake was being ignored.
This paper, published in the “peer-reviewed” Canadian Medical Association Journal, quite simply represents an amoral, unethical and utterly transparent attempt to use pseudoscientific modelling to fabricate a false narrative.
The Government has attempted to answer this question using a combination of antibody testing and the ONS household survey. The latter tests a random sample of the country each week to determine who is PCR positive and extrapolates to estimate the prevalence in the whole population.
Vaccination can’t be credited for all the changes There are now two complete years of data since excess deaths first started to rise in Spring 2020. Therefore we can compare deaths over that time as well as comparing 2020 to 2021. It was reasonable to expect a substantial deficit of deaths in 2021 for two […]
throughout the pandemic, there was always the mantra of ‘protecting the vulnerable’. Given this, it has been extremely disturbing to witness the horrific treatment of care home residents, who are arguably the most vulnerable members of society.
Not content with authorising the Pfizer vaccine for 12-15s last summer and more recently and even more controversially for 5-11s, they have now authorised the Moderna Spikevax for this young age group.
The triumph of culture over rationality The evidence that masking healthy people in community settings reduces viral transmission is – at best – weak and contradictory. In light of this lack of empirical support for the effectiveness of face coverings, together with the multiple harms associated with them, HART welcomes the lifting of all mask […]
No apparent link to vaccination, but serious policy questions are still raised The UKHSA has reported a number of cases of severe hepatitis (inflammation of the liver) in young children. Some of these have been serious enough to require liver transplantation. The WHO issued a bulletin confirming that authorities in both Spain and Ireland were […]
The deadline to respond to the proposed terms of reference for the English Public Inquiry into covid ends on 7th April. There are number of major omissions from the current proposed terms of reference