Monday, April 22, 2024
HomeCulture WarThe British Heartless Foundation

The British Heartless Foundation


OF ALL the organisations expected to speak out against the heart attack inducing mRNA injections, it ought to have been the British Heart Foundation (BHF). Given its mission, ‘Our vision is a world free from the fear of heart and circulatory diseases. A world without heartbreak’, its position is closer to that of a fireman who starts fires so that he will get paid to put them out. This is because the BHF advocates the injections that produce the very conditions they are working to prevent. 

Here is an excerpt from their website: ‘Reports of myocarditis [inflammation of the heart muscle] following any Covid-19 vaccine remain rare, and the cases that have been reported have usually been mild. Those affected have usually quickly felt better with rest and simple treatments. In most cases of myocarditis, heart function returns to normal. Research suggests that overall, myocarditis is no more likely to be triggered by a Covid vaccine by than any other vaccine.’ 

Which particular research does the BHF cite here? None, as it happens. Where research is cited, the focus is upon the effects of Covid (or lifestyle) on heart disease. One might expect MHRA data to inform a charity so concerned with ‘broken hearts’, especially if they emanate from mRNA jabs.  

There is no shortage of relevant published research. As Neville Hodgkinson has written in TCW, citing study after study, there have been repeated calls from medics and other professionals for a cessation of the vaccine rollout due to side effects relating to heart and circulatory conditions.  

Steve Kirsch has amassed a list of 500 research articles with a link to a further 1,250 reports, many of which concern heart-related issues. The Epoch Times featured an Australian cardiologist calling for a halt to the mRNA vaccines citing heart damage. Dr Paul Alexander recently cited a Swiss study which, in evaluating the frequency of myocardial lesions during vaccinations, observed that all vaccine recipients in the study (regardless of sex) experienced an increase in troponin levels, an indicator of heart disease.  

Surely the BHF is aware that even the jab-happy NHS has seen fit to publish guidance for health professionals on vaccine-related heart problems (see here). Why do this if the injections are simply ‘safe and effective?’ 

Given the research, we might have expected the BHF to be leading a zealous campaign to halt the rollout, yet instead, they encourage it. The injections have generated thousands of new heart conditions in those who might never have suffered from such diseases otherwise. Thus theBritish Heart Foundation promotes injections that will effectively increase its own raison d’etre. 

Last week, MP Andrew Bridgen described the actions of one of the leadership team of the BHF an ‘absolute disgrace’ for issuing non-disclosure agreements to his research team to cover up data revealing that the mRNA vaccine increases inflammation of the arteries. Why? The researcher feared loss of funding. 

The conflicts of interest to which Andrew Bridgen referred in that Commons speech are at odds with the BHF’s frequent claims to advocate for those affected by heart disease. Its ‘strategy’ web page includes the following: ‘By 2030, we want to see advances across the spectrum of heart and circulatory diseases; we want to prevent these conditions from developing and we want those with existing conditions to have better, longer lives.’ 

Really? Dr Charmaine Griffiths, the charity’s CEO (£180,000 pa) should choose between advocating the vaccine roll-out or working towards preventing heart disease. If recent studies tell us anything, it is that you cannot do both. 

The mRNA injections do cause clotting, heart attacks, strokes, myocarditis, pericarditis and a whole host of other debilitating conditions. Strangely, the very conditions under the BHF’s  ‘microscope’ according to its website

The heart is frequently used as an emblem of ‘care,’ feeling or character. Charities are expressions of this drive to care, the impetus to show and act upon our concerns. The BHF makes its claims concerning mRNA injections knowingly, actively suppressing what has been so clearly revealed via extensive scientific research. 

So, what is the organisation’strue ‘heart’s desire?’ 

Perhaps it is that others should suffer for its survival. Like almost everything we now experience through the looking glass, there is an inversion of charity. It is the human sufferer who provides charity to the world’s most powerful actors with whom the BHF has chosen to walk in lockstep. A healthy patient is not a profitable one, after all. 

The prophet Jeremiah (17:9-10) describes the heart as ‘deceitful above all things.’ 

The heart is deceitful above all things,
And desperately wicked;
Who can know it?
I, the Lord, search the heart,
test the mind,
Even to give every man according to his ways,
According to the fruit of his doings. 

As if a personal warning to the BHF, the heart’sdesire is construed by the prophet as corrupt in its confusion of evil and good. The heart sees its own desire and greed as the source of righteousness rather than God. The powerful pharma companies and researchers with whom the BHF consorts may fool themselves that their desire for power can be made to appear as philanthropy, and somehow ‘good’. God cannot be deceived. 

In its casual dismissal of mRNA injection related heart problems, the BHF is itself deceitful above all things, and therefore, in my humble estimation, wicked. 

This is a revised version of an article which appeared on The Sideways Thinker on December 8, before the Commons debate, and is republished by kind permission.

If you appreciated this article, perhaps you might consider making a donation to The Conservative Woman. Unlike most other websites, we receive no independent funding. Our editors are unpaid and work entirely voluntarily as do the majority of our contributors but there are inevitable costs associated with running a website. We depend on our readers to help us, either with regular or one-off payments. You can donate here. Thank you.
If you have not already signed up to a daily email alert of new articles please do so. It is here and free! Thank you.

Caroline Kaye
Caroline Kaye
Caroline Kaye has an interdisciplinary PhD in Art History, Religions and Theology and Biblical Studies. She is researching the subject of idolatry which she believes lies behind many of the problems we currently experience.

Sign up for TCW Daily

Each morning we send The ConWom Daily with links to our latest news. This is a free service and we will never share your details.