DISGRACE: How those injured by the jab are being smeared as 'anti-vaxxers'
250 journalists, academics and health professionals ignore plea by victims
By Mark Sharman
MAINSTREAM Media and the general medical profession’s refusal to recognise and act on Covid jab damage remains resolute. The latest experience of stone-walling comes from a group representing more than 300 vaccine-injured UK residents, whose letter demanding recognition and funding to research their condition has so far received not one single reply.
The letter, from the UKCV Family Group, was sent to more than 250 UK journalists, academics and health professionals, demanding that side effects be recognised, investigated and treated.
A spokesperson for the group said: “These severe and persistent reactions have been dismissed as anxiety or co-incidence. We've been called ‘anti-vaxxers’, when it's clear we did our part and we've been seriously injured as a result.”
Another said they were being made to feel “outcasts in society”.
Victims say that symptoms appeared suddenly, an average of nine days after vaccination and had not resolved, in some cases, more than a year later.
Neurological symptoms, fatigue, muscle weakness and heart palpitations were among the most common problems, with many members housebound or even bed-bound, unable to work or care for their families. Two-thirds of members said they were still without any formal diagnosis, with doctors often reluctant to perform tests.
The group includes people from a wide range of demographics and backgrounds, aged from 21-70, with 80 per cent female. One of those represented is an NHS Covid-19 Research Scientist.
They will now concentrate on writing to MPs, in support of Sir Christopher Chope’s Vaccine Injury Bill. He has already accused the Government of promoting vaccine confidence by covering up the adverse consequences for some of those vaccinated. The specific focus of his Bill “is on the families of those who tragically died or suffered severe injury or life-changing conditions as a result of doing their public duty and being vaccinated.”
How long can the media ignore Sir Christopher’s crusade?
Those fighting for justice here may take encouragement from America, where evidence and argument against the vaccines is growing. A federal court in Tampa, Florida, heard a senior US medic testify that, based on the VAERS database, deaths of military members from the vaccines exceed deaths from Covid itself. Lt. Col. Teresa Long, a flight surgeon who also holds a master’s degree in Public Health, said: “I have so many soldiers being destroyed by this vaccine.”
She told the court that she had been pressured by her superiors to suppress her findings. “I have nothing to gain and everything to lose by talking about it. I’m OK with that because I am watching people get absolutely destroyed.”
Dr. Long said she is inundated morning, noon and night regarding people who have been injured by taking the Covid shots. She also said she is aware of at least two people who committed suicide under pressure to get the shots and threat of punishment for refusal.
She was giving evidence to support an injunction preventing the US Department of Defense from forcing vaccines by mandate.
Meanwhile there was good news and bad news from Europe. The good news came from Germany, where parliament rejected a Bill to make Covid vaccines compulsory for anyone over 60. The bad news was from Spain. Brits now need a pre-departure negative test within 72 hours of visiting the country, a reversal of a previous decision.