THE Parliamentary debate on Covid-19 vaccines safety which was scheduled for the day of the Queen’s funeral will now take place tomorrow in Westminster Hall. It’s the outcome of a petition to open a public inquiry into Covid-19 vaccine safety that achieved the requisite number of signatories last June.The petition pointed to the significant increase in heart attacks and related health issues since the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines began in 2021, stating ‘This needs immediate and full scientific investigation to establish if there is any possible link with the Covid-19 vaccination rollout’. The subsequent months have seen no let-up in reported fatalities and deaths resulting from the vaccine that never protected us.
Monday’s debate follows hard on the heels of Sir Christopher Chope’s All Party Parliamentary Group on Covid Vaccine Damage that met for the first time last Thursday afternoon, attended by nearly 50 vaccine-injured individuals who took the vaccine in good faith and were left disabled by a wide variety of adverse effects. They have been ignored and denied by the Government, the Health Service and, perhaps most insultingly, by the very Governmental regulatory body that gave emergency authorisation of this novel technology vaccine roll out, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), their pleas for help brushed off.
They represent but a tiny proportion of the country’s vaccine injured who have faced ‘cancellation’ by the media and denial at all levels – from accessing GP appointments or getting any health service recognition of their vaccine related injury to financial compensation. Sir Christopher Chope, alone among MPs, has been working assiduously on their behalf, though the ‘top rate’ of a one-off £120,000 is derisory for someone disabled for life or for a family who has lost a father or a mother.
Any MP who has bothered to listen to or read the accounts of those affected by the vaccines, or who has taken the time to look at the official MHRA Yellow Card reporting over the last year and more, must see that something went very wrong with this medication and that its hasty rollout was reckless.
Sadly only four MPs came to the APPG to hear these accounts. Notably all were from the Conservative Party – Danny Kruger, Andrew Bridgen, Sir Desmond Swayne and Sir Jeremy Wright. They should be commended for standing out from the do-nothings and deniers. Shockingly not one Labour MP (once the party of the oppressed, exploited and disadvantaged) bothered to turn up. Not one SNP or LibDem member either.
Tomorrow, however, a health minister will have to be present to take questions. I pray they will not stonewall, but commit to directing the NHS to recognise and prioritise vaccine injury.
I hope they will be persuaded, too, to halt the vaccine rollout for anyone under 50. It is unjustified in light of up-to-date safety and efficacy data (whether on Covid hospitalisations, adverse effects and fatalities, or on failure to prevent transmission) and will follow the example of the European countries which are halting the vaccines to younger age range. Sweden, Denmark and Norway, a whole year ago, opted to hold off giving children aged 12-15 a second dose of the vaccine, partly due to inflammation of the heart side effects.
What makes this petition and debate so important is that the UK’s official Covid-19 Inquiry, chaired by Baroness Heather Hallett, will not be investigating vaccines safety, despite calls for it to do so. It is clearly something the government and the then Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who signed off the terms of reference, did not want to go into.
Given the centrality of the Covid-19 vaccines programme to his government’s exit from lockdown policy, a condition in effect that people felt they needed to comply with, government-engendered and exaggerated fear, plus the mountain of evidence disputing its safety and efficacy, this is a gross omission.
We urge you to contact your MP to ask them to attend the debate.
Anthony Webber’s National Alliance for Freedom is organising a day of action outside Parliament from midday onwards, and is planning to take the campaign petition to Number 10 and to NHS HQ. Those wishing to support this should assemble by Churchill’s statue in Parliament Square where, he tells me, posters will be available.