The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (“RCOG”) should hang its head in shame. It is disseminating terrible advice and misinformation about Covid injections, putting women and girls and babies at risk of immeasurable harm. Rather than protecting them, they are throwing them into the insatiable jaws of nefarious private interests.
In relation to Covid-19, pregnant women are classed as a “vulnerable group.” I entirely agree: they are vulnerable to breathtaking levels of dangerous misinformation generated by the very institutions they are supposed to trust.
May I turn your attention to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) here in the UK. This august institution has been around for nearly a century and is an esteemed national authority, advising the government on health policy and issuing advice to healthcare professionals and the public on reproductive health in women and girls.
They have a guide for pregnant women and those trying to get pregnant on whether to get the Covid-19 vaccination – issued in partnership with the Royal College of Midwives, the UK Teratology Information Service and the MacDonald Obstetric Medicine Society. In my view, all four of these supposed pillars of public health are publishing misleading advice that could have catastrophic consequences for women and their babies.
You can view their guide HERE. In a nutshell, it tells women that Covid-19 vaccines are “safe and effective” at every stage of pregnancy, including if you are trying for a baby.
Where to begin with this nonsense?
Let’s start with two obvious points. There is NO evidence that the Covid genetic vaccines are safe in pregnancy for mother or baby. None. What we do have is mounting evidence that these genetic vaccines are anything butsafe or effective.
Pfizer’s data dump has revealed that of 270 pregnancies in the first three months of the injection roll-out, the company only had solid data on 29 of them. Of those 29, 28 babies died, and only 1 survived (see page 12 of their report and also Byram Bridle’s article that goes into further detail). This is data the FDA wanted to keep under wraps for 75 years – one doesn’t have to wonder why.
Pharmacovigilance databases have been giving alarm signals for months. The World Health Organisation’s VigiAccess database has 11,994 reports regarding pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions. VAERS has 4,922 reports of miscarriage and 142 stillbirths, while the UK’s Yellow Card system has 818 reports of stillbirth, foetal death or miscarriage.
How can the RCOG and its partners ignore these data? It gets worse. Take a look at this from the guide:
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When a friend had her first baby 16 years ago, she researched. She and her husband only ate organic food and her homoeopathic doctor gave her any advice she needed. Having studied vaccines (and with a large nudge from me) she decided not to vaccinate.
Her son and his brother aged 8 (also non-vaccinated) only have organic food at home and they are in sparkling health as well as being extremely mature for their ages.
It’s surely way past the time to listen to people without knowing whether or not they have a vested interest.
What an encouraging account!!
Well done for the role you played!
Thanks danceaway. I’ve been a proud anti-vaxxer (and I mean real ones, not the latest version) for many years and nothing is going to change my mind.