A selection of important articles
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A selection of articles that we feel you will find worth the time.
The New Zealand Ministry of Health Granted Vaccine Exemptions to Hundreds Among Its Key Staff Guy Hatchard, The Hatchard Report, 4th October: A Freedom of Information request to the New Zealand government confirmed that ‘478 applications for Significant Service Disruption exemption (SSD) were received. 103 applications were granted, covering approximately 11,005 workers’. This included senior medical staff who were advising Covid vaccines to their patients.
Why won’t governments put vaccines on trial? Money, pure and simple? Sally Beck, The Conservative Woman, 17th October: An excellent analysis of some of the data on vaccine safety. This topic has only been covered tentatively by HART here but clearly it needs addressing. There is another 2 part article by Serena Wilde on the same topic on October 18th and 19th.
How UK government advisers helped Pfizer win $5.95billion US Covid contract, Part 2 Paula Jardine, The Conservative Woman, 17th October: This, and the linked Part 1 from the previous day, give a horrifying picture of the wheeling and dealing between the senior regulators, advisors, academics and the pharmaceutical industry. It will probably come as no surprise to our readers, but the detail of the interplay makes compelling reading. Paula was also interviewed recently by Norman Fenton.
More Unethical Targeting of Children to Take Vaccines Using Cartoon Characters Dr Elizabeth Evans, The Daily Sceptic, 17th October: Do read and also watch HART member Liz’s excellent video on this unethical practice here.
Actuarial and statistical problems around the Covid phenomen Nick Hunt, PANDA Uncut, 18th October: The text of his address to the jubilee convention of the Actuarial Society of South Africa on 11 October 2023. Video of the address available but probably easier to digest with time to look at the data he presents so clearly. A good article to share with anyone you think is hesitant!
And last but not least: The Westminster Declaration 18th October: signed by a host of international names states “We write as journalists, artists, authors, activists, technologists, and academics to warn of increasing international censorship that threatens to erode centuries-old democratic norms. Coming from the left, right, and centre, we are united by our commitment to universal human rights and freedom of speech, and we are deeply concerned about attempts to label protected speech as ‘misinformation’, disinformation’, and other ill-defined terms.