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Medically and legally qualified. Dad to 4 “adult” kids, grandpa to one, husband. The dystopian Covid response is an existential threat to everything we value.
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Jun 26 5 tweets 2 min read
Just published in Nature.

Much of the hysteria in Covid policy is being justified (post hoc) by a claim that public health officials and governments were following “precautionary principle”.

1/ Yet this paper (which btw doesn’t cover boosters) tells us nothing that couldn’t easily be identified as at least a potential and likely as an actual risk over a year ago.

Yet onwards the injection program marched, damaging thousands of young hearts in the process.

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Jun 15 14 tweets 4 min read
Here’s an article from 2009 reporting on a meeting of a group of billionaires.

To me, its significance lies in what these individuals think the limits of their influence should be and how they should exercise power.

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thetimes.co.uk/article/83b550… They met secretly, instituted by Gates, to discuss how to to join forces to get over those pesky religious and political objections to their plans to “save the world”.

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Jun 12 7 tweets 2 min read
It's the one-year anniversary of these mask-free social-distancing free frolics enjoyed by these criminals in Cornwall.

At the same time 50k couples were cancelling their wedding plans.

Does their behaviour scream “we are in the middle of a deadly pandemic to you?”

1/ ImageImageImage The difference between corrupt leaders and the people they govern has never been more stark.

Learning how few cared then and how few seem at all bothered now has been devastating for those of us who do.

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Jun 9 10 tweets 3 min read
An assumption is made that because a large chunk of the excess deaths in the March / April 2020 "wave" were labelled as Covid, they were caused primarily by a virus.

We need to consider the possibility that policy responses were responsible for a large part of these.

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For one thing, we know that attributing death to specific cause(s) - especially in the elderly - has always been difficult.

In Spring 2020 there were a number of factors which created huge pressure to attribute deaths to Covid, even in the absence of symptoms.

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May 29 7 tweets 2 min read
The paper that @P_McCulloughMD refers to is here:

nature.com/articles/s4159…

1/ I haven't looked through this yet in detail but one thing stood out:

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May 29 4 tweets 3 min read
Only 3 comments remain visible after “moderation” - despite >1000 likes for them, showing heavy engagement generally.

I wonder how many deleted comments were contradicting the “incredibly safe….unlucky few” in the headline.

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1… Such has been the power of the deliberate vilification strategy, that in one of the 3 comments remaining, even someone personally suffering feels the need to insist on not being an “anti-vaxxer” to still be heard.
May 5 10 tweets 2 min read
Anyone seen this brilliant series about the Purdue Pharma and Oxycontin (a long-acting opiod) scandal of the late 1990s / early 2000s?

theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2… It tells the story of a pharma company who came up with a new formulation of a drug and pushed it mercilessly while it was obvious to many that it was harming people (through addiction / overdoses).
Apr 8 8 tweets 2 min read
If the LNP / mRNA platform used for the C19 injections was being used for any purpose other than against an infection disease, many further preclinical safety studies would have been required.

These have been waived in the case of the C19 injections.

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This is because for regulatory purposes they have been treated as vaccines.

The basis for the waiving of these requirements for vaccines is that the injected material has no direct activity beyond the injection site as it is broken down in the muscle.

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Apr 6 4 tweets 2 min read
@sajidjavid you are trying to rewrite history here.

Yes, you’ve described one important aspect of the informed consent process.

Lack of coercion is another, which you’ve not mentioned.

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unherd.com/thepost/sajid-… Nobody in fact was given any individualised risk information along the lines you suggest, either related to Covid or to the vaccine.

Instead, the population has been bullied and coerced, which is incompatible with any notion of informed consent.

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Mar 23 7 tweets 3 min read
@RCObsGyn

I understand why you think you can refuse to answer FOI requests.

Even if true in a legalistic sense, why wouldn't you choose to co-operate with requests for information from members of the public?

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jessicar.substack.com/p/another-inex… You receive public money, and project yourself as an organisation which is a trusted source of information on matters within your purview.

Surely therefore it would enhance your credibility and increase public confidence to provide the information asked for.

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Mar 22 7 tweets 2 min read
Thanks @Lizfisher63 for reminding me about this totally bonkers paper in which they compared the evolution of B cell responses over time after vaccination in both infected and uninfected subjects.

1/ The abstract reads like it's written by a group of people held hostage and told to write something, anything, but DON'T MENTION THAT THE MRNA INJECTIONS MADE NO MATERIAL DIFFERENCE

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Mar 4 4 tweets 2 min read
The Australian Regulator expects doctors to refrain from espousing views - including even when publishing papers - consistent with evidenced-based material if it’s not consistent with public health messaging.

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support.mips.com.au/home/12-comman… This is how the worst authoritarian regimes in history have controlled things before.

It’s modern-day Lysenkoism.

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lysenkoism

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Feb 17 11 tweets 3 min read
Interesting pre-print data from Israel on 4th dose in Health Care Workers.

This is yet further evidence that the C19 vaccinations may well INCREASE risks to people around those injected.

medrxiv.org/content/10.110…

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It seems blindingly obvious to me that something which decouples symptoms from viral load will potentially lead to people who are infected and infectious not realising they are ill.

So it will increase the chance of infectious people going to work rather than staying home.

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Feb 15 4 tweets 1 min read
Some common dense here in @guardian but some delusional thinking as well.

The comments on adverse events completely ignore:

1. known and documented underreporting between 10 and 100 fold;

2. signficant age skewing in Covid deaths / serious illness.

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theguardian.com/commentisfree/… 3.absence of long-term safety data

4. absence of any sustained protection

5. known superiority (duration and breadth) of natural acquired immunity

These factors - when taken together - completely alter the picture as regards the risk:benefit ratio for the non-vulnerable.
Dec 21, 2021 22 tweets 6 min read
The entire narrative around "ICU's are 90% full of unvaccinated" is - on its own - misleading and irrelevant to the majority of the population in terms of the benefits or otherwise of being vaccinated against Covid19.

Let's pretend it is true (which I very much doubt).

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Setting aside the murkiness around the definitions being used for "unvaccinated", without an age breakdown and details about BMI and other markers of poor health, such data cannot - and should not - be extrapolated to the general healthy population.

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Dec 18, 2021 5 tweets 2 min read
You cannot make it up.

Having a conversation here with woke lawyer @LizzyBeeSoraya.

Looks fairly civil to me.

I was responding to accusations that today's London protest march was full of violent nutters / Trump / QANON supporters, which it so obviously was not.

1/ Image I said most people were protesting against coercion and discrimination.

As you can see, she then asks me (with barely concealed aggression it has to be said in retrospect):

"discrimination against whom"?

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Dec 11, 2021 6 tweets 2 min read
OK let’s look at the implied odds reduction for healthy non-obese people in their 40s.

This assumes there is no funny business going on with vaccine status categorisation, and also assumes that the vaccinated and unvaccinated are comparable groups in the first place.

1/ The weekly odds reduction for the 40-49 year group looks like ~3 or 4 per 100k per week.

But as only ~20% of ICU admissions had BMIs < 25, for the non-obese it’s 0.8/100k

Let’s be generous and say the injection lasts 6 months (at full protection - so very generous then!)

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Dec 11, 2021 6 tweets 2 min read
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If the injections reduce symptoms without reducing infection or transmission risk, this is counterproductive.

It interferes with evolved behaviour: ill people staying home, probably the most important factor in bringing pandemic growth of respiratory viruses to an end. And this is a very good point:
Dec 2, 2021 9 tweets 3 min read
The government has published this document on post-vaccine myocarditis.

Read between the lines folks, and note the things they gloss over......

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gov.uk/government/pub… They major on this being apparently "rare", but fail to mention that complications from Covid in younger age groups are also incredibly rare.

At least they don't repeat the ludicrous claim that myocarditis is more frequent after infection.

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Nov 24, 2021 7 tweets 2 min read
I saw this on a Telegram site so thought I'd verify and dig into the data a little.

1/ The Australian TGA AE site is actually quite good , although not much case level info is available; however this is a lot more than the UK'sK Yellow Card system has - which is zero.

You can search at:

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apps.tga.gov.au/PROD/DAEN/daen…
Nov 21, 2021 6 tweets 2 min read
This is the conclusion from a paper published in one of the major journals of cardiovascular medicine.

The study is of 566 patients aged 28 to 97 undergoing testing within a preventative screening program.

The dramatic changes “became apparent in most patients.”

1/ Link to paper:

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ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/ci…