Querying the existence of a covid ‘pandemic’ 

The word pandemic used to have a very specific meaning. It was used to describe a scenario where there was extensive incapacitation of key workers and large numbers of deaths, including young people. A genuine pandemic is not something that would have needed billions of dollars in advertising for people to even notice and fear. Using this long-established definition of the word, we conclude that there was in fact no pandemic in 2020. The word was deliberately misapplied and weaponised against an unsuspecting public. 

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A line in the sand for euthanasia

It is easy to make an argument for euthanasia. Heart wrenching stories can be told about people who are suffering terribly and genuinely want to see their already imminent death hastened. The argument for not crossing this line is because as soon as it is crossed there is a very slippery slope on the other side. Canada has demonstrated this in a most tragic way.

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BMJ joins the ‘misinformation’ circus

The BMJ published an article on 5 May entitled ‘We need a gold standard for randomised control trials studying misinformation and vaccine hesitancy on social media’. This lends yet more weight to the thesis set out in our article relating current events to the Orwell 1984 classic. Here we have yet another example of Newspeak trying to eradicate dangerous Wrongthink, in one of the supposedly most ‘prestigious’ Science journals.

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Roll up, Roll up: mRNA vaccines for ‘high risk’ 0-4s available 

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.

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The three icebergs of vaccine injury

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.

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Unreasonably Spiked

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.

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Blunted

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.

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Dictating to a virus

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.

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Covid jabs the big picture: Part 3

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.

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Covid jabs the big picture: Part 1

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.

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