By Oliver May
MAKE no mistake, MP Andrew Bridgen is sticking up for you against the playground bullies.
Keeping his head well and truly above the parapet, the MP for North West Leicestershire recently asked Parliament to debate the World Health Organisation’s pandemic treaty which, if signed, would mean they have the power over your human rights in any repeat of a global virus.
Bridgen said: “The World Health Organisation pandemic treaty is deeply concerning. It seeks to give the discredited WHO huge powers over this country and our people powers to call pandemics, enforce lockdowns and vaccination and decide when any pandemic is over.
“Can we have an urgent debate on that proposed treaty, which, if passed, will take accountability, democracy and sovereignty from our constituents and hand them over to unelected and discredited bureaucrats? That would be the antithesis of Brexit itself.”
In reply, Leader of the House of Commons Penny Mordaunt said: “That is an excellent topic for a debate and I will certainly make his views known, both to the Department of Health and Social Care and to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, which looks after many of the international organisations involved.”
But, in rhetoric which seems any debate might simply become a box-ticking exercise, Mordaunt added: “As we know from the pandemic and from other outbreaks such as Ebola, such diseases know no borders.
“It is only through international co-operation and collaboration that we will arrive at solutions to ensure that we do not have a repeat of the last few years, and that everyone in the world is safe from those terrible diseases.”
Nevertheless, Bridgen is helping widen the crack in the dam regarding Covid jab injuries and deaths and the unsettling ‘1984’ narrative.
He attended the premiere of the film “Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion”, produced by News Uncut journalist Mark Sharman, in association with Oracle Films.
And he continues to shine a light on subjects the mainstream media still refuse to cover, even calling out Chancellor Jeremy Hunt for no longer being “concerned” about the adverse events caused by the Covid jabs.
The New York Times published a story recently which said a “lab leak most likely caused pandemic” – something many were labelled “conspiracy theorists” for saying over the past three years.
There are many like Bridgen, whose voice is finally being heard, albeit perhaps not as loudly and thus far-reaching as some of us would hope.
But that it is being heard means fighting the fight is not a waste of time.
Every time the WHO is mentioned it must be stated that it is funded by Gates, who is a major vaccine investor. The WHO, which is a private organisation, is therefore not disinterested vis a vis pandemic and vaccine affairs. When recommending lockdowns, and pushing mass vaccination as the only way out of lockdowns, it is pushing for business for its patron.
Say it every time.
(Practise it now.)
Penny’s response of Ebola and other diseases is blatantly wrong. Ebola has been limited to a tent or two in Africa, and “other diseases” ??? Name one. She can’t, there are none.