OVER the last two years I have repeatedly attempted to have dialogue with my Conservative MP Simon Clarke (Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland), who is Chief Secretary to the Treasury, regarding various issues, particularly about the government responses to Covid-19 and the gene technology jabs that they refer to as vaccines.
When the restrictions on all of our lives were introduced in March 2020, Mr Clarke declared them to be the best response to ensure that people were protected. When challenged with the emerging evidence in the months that followed, he simply stuck to the government narrative, rather than provide an individual response to any issue that I raised with him.
This continued to be the case when the gene technology jabs were introduced. He responded to any queries with the establishment’s line of ‘they are fully tested, safe and effective’. When I met him and asked him to define ‘safe and effective’, his response was that the gene technology jabs had been approved. I corrected him on this matter and informed him that they were issued only under Emergency Use Authorisation. His outrageous follow up was ‘that was because we did not have time’.
When the data started to emerge, since Mr Clarke had told me face to face that he did not look at the Yellow Card reporting system, I sent him regular updates on the damage these experimental gene technology jabs was having on the population. His response when I managed to meet him again was to continue the government narrative of ‘there is no causal link’.
Last month I emailed him (his preferred contact, he says, due to his busy schedule) to ask why the government had awarded contracts recently for a test and trace system plus a vaccine passport system. I also asked him if the Coronavirus Act had been repealed since we are allegedly ‘living with Covid’. In addition, I have asked him where the country is getting all the money to send to Ukraine, whilst telling the UK population to struggle on with the cost-of-living issues we are all facing.
His response was to ignore my questions and request me not to attend his drop-in surgeries, saying these ‘are not an appropriate setting for you to aggressively express your disagreement with the Government’s approach to Covid-19 . . . I make this request in the interests of protesting my staff and other constituents from unnecessary conflict’. So in essence he has censored me because I ask awkward questions and speak the truth.
Is this what we can look forward to with the new Bills that are coming (Online Harms Bill etc)? I suspect so, and a whole lot worse, if you disagree with the ‘official’ narratives.