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In defence of Andrew Bridgen and his pursuit of the truth about the vaccines


THE Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen played a pivotal part in uncovering what has been described as the ‘biggest miscarriage of justice in modern English legal history’. Paula Vennells, who was in charge of the Post Office, was responsible for destroying the lives of countless sub-postmasters by prosecuting them for monetary theft based on the faulty evidence of the flawed Horizon IT system. She was accused of institutional obstinacy and being cruel and incompetent. The Post Office paid out £58million in compensation to the sub-postmasters, and Ms Vennells received a CBE from our great leaders. Bridgen fought for fairness for one of his constituents over many years, and thanks to his tenacity and fair-mindedness achieved a successful outcome against all the odds and in spite of the British establishment. That deserves huge credit.

Andrew Bridgen has become concerned about the coronavirus vaccination rollout which saw the entire Westminster (Tory, Labour, Liberal and Civil Service) apparatus engage in a mass trial of new technology, experimental mRNA spike protein and viral vector vaccines, through an extremely proscriptive process of state bullying and coercion. It is probable that Covid-19 is a man-made disease which escaped from a laboratory.  Bridgen has been studying the Government’s own data which show the side effects of the ‘jabs’ to be potentially more dangerous than the virus itself, correctly raising the matter in the House of Commons on behalf of his constituents in North West Leicestershire. 

Rather than retaining an open mind and accepting that Parliament is a forum for debate to protect the British people, the Conservative chief whip Simon Hart suspended Bridgen, saying: ‘As a nation we should be very proud of what has been achieved through the vaccine programme.’ The ‘Whited Sepulchre’ Matt Hancock then accused Bridgen of being anti-Semitic for making a reference to a cardiologist who described vaccinations as ‘the biggest crime against humanity since the Holocaust’. That is not an anti-Semitic remark; at worst, it is clumsy language which has been taken out of context and used to blacken Bridgen’s reputation. 

How can Rishi Sunak support this injustice? Why does he not want accurate, independent analysis of the risk/reward of administering experimental vaccines to children as young as five? I note that vaccination protocols have now been changed with minimal publicity.

At first, we were told that the vaccines stopped transmission of Covid and it was everybody’s responsibility to proffer their arm on a regular basis – this was patently incorrect. 

Post vaccination, excess death rates have been clearly evident to everybody and as the analysis of the risk/reward of the jabs is facilitated by increasing data, so forward-thinking states such as Florida are acting.  A 1,700 per cent increase in ‘vaccine adverse events’ compared with a 400 per cent increase in vaccines given.

Florida’s surgeon general Joseph Ladapo is calling for greater transparency and more independent research. Incidents of coagulation disorders, acute cardiac injury, Bell’s palsy and encephalitis have markedly increased and a risk/benefit analysis is now urgently required. Why is Florida, under Governor Ron DeSantis, leading the way in democratic transparency shared with the public?  Why is the Conservative Party unfairly vilifying a very good constituency MP for asking for the analysis to be done here in the UK when he has previously exposed institutional injustice? Why not let the data lead the debate? What has the entire Westminster establishment got to lose? Why is the media so reluctant to demand the analysis? The public should have full access to the data and be able to make up their own minds. For a small number, the vaccine benefits may outweigh the harms, however for the vast majority that is not the case. It should be an individual and informed choice.

My own view is that the British state has grown too big since the First World War, when it accounted for around 10 per cent of GDP. It grew like Japanese knotweed through the two world wars and became guilty of gross overreach, culminating in the lockdowns and response to Covid-19. It has undermined the monetary base and private wealth through excessive deficits and quantitative easing, net zero, woke and positive discrimination aided and abetted by an increasingly compliant and unquestioning mass media muzzled by vested interest, advertising spend and regulation.

Andrew Bridgen has asked a fair question which demands factual answers.  The establishment now has an ankle exposed to Paris’s arrow, which is simply the truth about the effectiveness of their response to Covid 19. The truth must out, and continued collective denial won’t work.

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Rupert Lowe
Rupert Lowe
Rupert Lowe is former Brexit Party MEP for West Midlands, former chairman of Southampton FC and former board member of the Football Association.

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