Can anyone pro-narrative come up with a good excuse?
“We” are all familiar with the gullible normies who simply don’t want to talk about the public health fraud that continues to be committed by government agencies. But what about the zealots who are still claiming that “we” are the dangerous spreaders of misinformation and conspiracy theories?
Can they explain to us why the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) simply won’t tell us on what basis they continue to support the mass mRNA experiment?
In June 2021, Dr Tess Lawrie wrote to Dr. June Raine, the Chief Executive of the MHRA highlighting the high number of vaccine adverse event reports on the Yellow Card1 system between 4th January 2021 and 26th May 2021. A reply was received from Dr. Raine on 22nd July 2021. In the letter, she expressed the opinion that “some events may have happened coincidentally, regardless of vaccination”.
On 9th August 2021, Tess sent a follow-up and included some lengthy analysis I had done on all-cause mortality and sent to my local MP, Julie Marson.
In total, 58 pages of evidence demonstrating that the Safe and Effective™ mRNA therapy was anything but.
Since our early warning about the obvious warning signal in the early warning system, many, many thousands more people have died as a result of the mRNA product.
It seems Tess was lucky even to get a response to the first letter. Marco Tullio Suadoni has been trying to get information out of them under the freedom of information legislation for several months without success.
More recently, my old colleagues at HART have tried to do the same and obtain the AstraZeneca files that remain withheld in the same way that the Pfizer ones were hidden by the FDA.
MHRA can run, but they can’t hide.
If you are supporting the narrative and any form of administration of this deadly experimental product, you should be running too! But you should know, the truth will catch up with you eventually and the blood on your hands will not wash away.
The Yellow Card System is an early warning system in the UK, where doctors and individuals can report side effects that they suspect correspond with a medicine they have received. It is a vital way of monitoring the safety of medicines and can also identify any issues that have not yet been detected.