Dr Jonathan Engler MB ChB DipPharmMed LLB Profile picture
Medically & legally qualified. Dad of 4, grandpa of 2, husband (of 1!). No part of the “pandemic” narrative is as it seems. Co-chair Hart Group / exec of Panda.
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Feb 10 6 tweets 2 min read
My views on "spikeopathy" as illustrated by a Whatsapp conversation I had with @ClareCraigPath, co-chair of @hartgroup_org - who is happy that I post this exchange verbatim (other than the odd spelling howlers!)

We have different views on "spikeopathy" but we both thought you mind find a modicum of interest in this exchange.

Clare brought the tweet below to my attention with this message:

"I know you [Jonathan] aren't a great believer in spike pathology but this evidence of vaccine injury is pretty compelling." My response was:

"Of course continued production of foreign protein throughout the body is harmful!

But would it matter which weird protein is actually being made?

(And the S1 could be just one of many being made per the frameshift thing - but that’s the one being tested for, ie S1 could just be a marker for a whole lot of proteins.)

When have I ever said that I don’t believe that?

No, what I object to is people extrapolating from a case like this to “spikeopathy” is also a “thing” with “covid” infection when:

- the protein is different in several important ways which likely affect function

- ⁠it doesn’t get made in large / equivalent amounts throughout the body after infection for extended periods"
Oct 20, 2023 4 tweets 3 min read
On its live Parliamentary stream today, the BBC saw fit to broadcast a banner containing comments directly contradicting some aspects of @ABridgen's speech today.

It is highly inappropriate for @BBC to display any commentary on speeches being made on this stream.

The stream is meant to be a faithful broadcast of goings on in the House, not a news site or forum for debate (other than by those in the House).

Has the BBC ever displayed commentary before which contradicts speeches being given by MPs?
Image The wording though - "often essential" - is quite interesting in its equivocation.
Aug 5, 2023 14 tweets 4 min read
It is quite extraordinary that it has taken this paper to raise concerns in the broader medical community.

In @hartgroup_org we have been writing about myocarditis regularly for several years now.

Here's our first article about it from 2 years ago:

1/ hartgroup.org/myocarditis-si…

Image A year ago, we published an article warning that what is being reported as myocarditis may be the tip of the iceberg, since:

- active surveillance systems found substantially more cases than passive systems.

- The incidence of subclinical cases may dwarf the clinical cases.

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Jun 12, 2023 9 tweets 3 min read
I never knew this about Wallace.

However, from studying the history of science, I did work out that he had been unfairly written out of the history of the elucidation of the theory of evolution.

It always seemed most odd to me, especially since Darwin was certainly open to him… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… Hmmm...this sounds vaguely familiar..... Image
Mar 3, 2023 6 tweets 2 min read
Things that make you think....what's going on?

Haiti and the Dominican Replublic share the Island of Hispaniola.

The 2 countries are very different. DR is more developed than Haiti - eg having a life expectancy of around a decade longer.

content.time.com/time/world/art… It has been noticed already that it is quite surprising that poorer (and low-vaccination) Haiti had minimal covid burden compared to DR, despite sharing the same climate:
Feb 15, 2023 6 tweets 2 min read
I note all this consternation about the “cover-up” over the origin of “the virus”.


open.substack.com/pub/igorchudov… Forgive me for thinking this all seems a bit “confected”.

It serves to put the spotlight on where did “it” come from.

But is that really the most important question?

Jan 1, 2023 8 tweets 2 min read
It should be noted that even these numbers are almost certainly an overestimate.

1/ Ionnidis has used official Covid death numbers.

So it will include deaths with as well as from.

So, you know, the ones like “man falls off ladder died actually from Covid”.

Or the terminally ill.

And so on.

Dec 28, 2022 4 tweets 2 min read
An overlooked paper is this 2015 study investigating the incidence of myocarditis after smallpox vaccination in the US military:


journals.plos.org/plosone/articl… There a summary here, including a discussion of the implications for what we’re seeing now with the C19 injections:


Dec 27, 2022 5 tweets 2 min read
There seem to be an awful lot of “mights” and “maybes” in this, considering billions of doses were injected at (we were told) the peak of a pandemic situation into many people at nearly zero risk from the target virus.

Seems a bit like this tbh: Some further perspectives on this:

This was from the preprint:

Dec 20, 2022 4 tweets 2 min read
It has previously been claimed (without supportive evidence) by many that the course of myocarditis and / or pericarditis following mRNA injection is more benign than that observed with these conditions in general.

The UK government however doesn't think this is the case.

The "Summary of Product Characteristics" documents for both products available in the UK contain the words:

"Available data suggest that the course of myocarditis and pericarditis following vaccination is not different from myocarditis or pericarditis in general.."

Aug 13, 2022 21 tweets 5 min read

WTAF happened in Lombardy in spring 2020?

Further analysis of Lombardy deaths in April 2020 reveal a pattern which seems difficult to explain by viral spread. Please start by reading this thread, based on an essay @eugyppius1 wrote.

This was based on a paper suggesting that the "pandemic" passed through Lombardy and was in decline BEFORE any evidence of excess deaths.

Jun 15, 2022 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.


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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Jan 11, 2021 17 tweets 4 min read
Interesting thanks, but can we really comment on misunderstandings relating to comparisons between vaccines while ignoring the elephant in the room:

Relative v Absolute risk reduction?

The vaccines are being pushed on the former while apparently nobody dare speak of the latter. Pre-2020, it would have been unarguable that consenting to a medical treatment should always be on the basis that the individual gives fully informed consent.

Fully informed involves describing risks v benefits.

I am not commenting in this thread on risks, only on benefits.