This is going to slip through the net if YOU DO NOT PAY ATTENTION.

The CV Vaccine By the 18th of September the government via the HMRC website wishes to hear public opinion on the release of a C19 vaccine by the end of the year. It doesn’t matter what side of the fence you sit on, whether you are pro health or pro vaccine, get your yourself over to the website and add your opinion. They’ll sneak this through without letting the public know that they want opinions. If you actually care about our society, make your voice heard now one way or the other.

Thank you for being an active participant. Jason Liosatos.


2 Responses to “This is going to slip through the net if YOU DO NOT PAY ATTENTION.”

  1. pete fairhurst says:

    EXPLOSIVE: Copper-bottomed proof that the UK State no longer works for Us.

    Last Friday afternoon, the fine men of Whiteminster ever so quietly put a “consultation” document about Covid19 ‘vaccination roll-out’ onto a rarely-visited page of the Gov.UK website

    The content is scandalous”

  2. Weaver says:

    The NHS has recently announced the attached consultation document and requested submissions by the 18th September. Our submission from JABS is below.
    The main points of concern:
    * They are considering allowing COVID-19 vaccines to be used before they are licenced.
    * They plan to make them liability free for the drug companies and the medical professionals who vaccinate.
    * They are considering giving COVID-19 vaccines at the same time as the latest flu vaccines even though the trials don’t cover both.
    * The flu vaccines are known to challenge the immune system potentially leaving people vulnerable to upper respiratory infections but they don’t appear to be considering this.
    * They don’t appear to be making any provision for people who suffer harm or die as a result of these vaccinations.
    * They don’t appear to be considering that everyone has the right to make Informed Consent which means the person vaccinating has to provide all available evidence about the risks and alternatives to the procedure.
    This really should be all over the news. If anyone is able to contact their MP about it and try to get the issues raised in the House of Commons that would be great!

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