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How to put your MP on the spot

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I WROTE by email to Louie French, the newly elected Conservative MP for my constituency of Old Bexley and Sidcup, requesting to see the real science behind the government’s decisions, on January 6, two weeks ago. Despite two reminders I have had no reply. This is my letter:

Dear Mr French,

Firstly, congratulations on winning the by-election and becoming our Member of Parliament.

I noticed that in the House, you voted to dismiss from their jobs those NHS care workers who do not wish to be injected with the experimental gene therapy agents for Covid, referred to by some as Covid ‘vaccines’. Thus, they will join care home workers in losing their employment.

This seems a rather odd way to treat people who have worked through the last two years, often without any protective equipment in the first months, looking after the people we love. 

I have a friend who has lost her job, and my mother-in-law’s care home lost ten members of staff who were loyal, long-serving and experienced caregivers. Up to the point they were dismissed the home had experienced no Covid at all for nine months. They achieved this by immaculate cleanliness, good procedures and regular testing of staff, visitors, and residents.

Since they have been dismissed, new and injected staff have been recruited, and ironically now the home is suffering occasional outbreaks of Covid.

Already, the NHS appears to struggle with ‘bed blocking’ where old people who have got better after treatment cannot be moved to care homes as the care homes are unable to take them, a problem made worse by the fact around 10 per cent of their original staff have left due to taking the decision to not have the experimental injection, which has already, according to Yellow Card data, killed 1,900 people in England and Wales, a figure which due to a variety of factors is thought to represent anywhere between 1 and 10 per cent of the actual deaths the injections have caused.

I am somewhat confused by the policy you voted for, and I would like you to send me the links to any scientific evidence that supports your vote. All the evidence I have seen points to the fact that people who have had Covid and recovered (as 99.9916 per cent of people without serious underlying conditions do) have longer-lasting immunity than those who have had the experimental injection. As many un-injected care and NHS staff will have had Covid before and will have long lasting immunity, they are presumably less likely to be re-infected than those who have had the injections.

If you disagree with the statement in italics above, in your reply to me I would like to see links to real scientific studies that support your position. 

Today, all the staff working in care homes (and now injected) must still submit to regular testing as it has now been admitted they can still catch and spread the virus as much (if not more) than the un-injected.

If you disagree with the statement in italics above, in your reply to me I would like to see links to real scientific studies that support your position. 

I think it is fair to say that those who do not wish to take the risk of receiving an experimental injection to protect them from a bug from which 99.9916 per cent survive would be more than happy to continue to be tested regularly to protect patients and residents they look after. This testing is now happening anyway for all care and NHS staff.

So can you tell me, Mr French, why such testing protocols cannot continue? Why is it that all staff in care homes and the health service could not continue to be tested, whether they had received the experimental injection or not?

We know that about 10 per cent of care home staff (both part and full time) who did not want the experimental injection left their jobs in the last nine months or were dismissed.

If you disagree with the statement in italics above, in your reply to me I would like to see links to real scientific studies that support your position. Please do not fudge the numbers by including statistics that include the addition of recently recruited staff from abroad. 

We are now facing the prospect of a similar loss of staff in the NHS due to the decision to also dismiss un-injected staff with God knows what impact on health care.

If you disagree with the statement above about ‘loss of staff’, in your reply to me I want to see links to real scientific studies that support your position. Please do not fudge the numbers by including statistics that include the addition of recently recruited staff from abroad. 

Finally, can you kindly send me links to any costs and benefits and/or impact analysis that was done to support the decision in effect to terminate the employment of care home and NHS staff who did not/do not agree to risk the experimental injection?

The now exalted Tony Blair frequently used to preface statements with the words ‘Let me be clear’. May I do the same. Let me be clear, I am not expecting a copy and pasted response which skates around the issues.

I want to see what real science has been used in coming to the decisions you made and, in particular, regarding your vote in effect to force a large part of the NHS workforce out of employment at this difficult time. I am expecting links to the real science, not some article produced by the BBC or one of the mainstream papers, which both you and I know are under the constraints of the emergency powers and Ofcom which prevents them from reporting news fairly and publishing science that goes against the government narrative.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely

David Lawrenson

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David Lawrenson
David Lawrenson
David Lawrenson is a businessman who previously worked as a project manager at a number of leading financial services businesses. He lives in Kent.

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