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A monstrous injustice: Government ignores vaccine victims it pressured to be jabbed


A REMARKABLE documentary film about the desperate plight of those damaged by the Covid vaccine has just been released – and we at TCW urge you to watch it.  

It is made around members of the victims’ support group UK CV Family and entitled UK CV Family: A Letter To My MP. 

There is no hype or sensationalism. Instead, vaccine victims relate their stories simply, straightforwardly and with admirable dignity, given the suffering they are enduring.  

All had the Covid jab in good faith, believing the Government’s propaganda blitz  –  sometimes amounting to psychological and actual blackmail – telling them that it was the right thing to do for themselves and the community.  

Now that their lives have been wrecked physically, financially and emotionally, they are simply being ignored by that same government. And, as highlighted earlier this year by TCW, they face a prolonged and stressful fight for compensation. 

At times, the 51-minute film is almost unbearably poignant and even distressing to watch, but the stark truth of the cruelty inflicted on the victims by political and medical officialdom is devastatingly revealed. 

At every turn, they have been faced with an impenetrable wall of incompetence and indifference. Although the victims were in agony from the vaccine damage, doctors fobbed them off. Only six MPs bothered to attend the vaccine damages debate in March this year. The victims sought help from the media, but it had gagged itself. And the pharmaceutical companies were immune from damages claims.  The injustice continues. 

This scandal cannot be allowed to stand in a supposedly civilised society. Every two weeks we have published the MHRA Yellow Card reports update of the huge numbers of vaccines’ adverse effects and fatalities, the former running to nearly one and half million reports and the latter to over well over 2000. Nothing, however, brings this reality home as individual stories. We should remember for each of the people in this film, there are thousands more whose stories have not been told. So please do watch the film, which you can see here and, if you wish, please back the UK CV Family campaign by writing to your MP. 

Update: Several people have emailed me this morning asking for the link to the film. It is embedded in the ‘here’ of the sentence above and easy to miss – so here is the link, spelt out: 

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Kathy Gyngell
Kathy Gyngell
Kathy is Editor of The Conservative Woman. She is @kathygyngelltcw on GETTR and is back on Twitter.

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