Unsafe, Ineffective and Unneccessary


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Are your standards the same as the those who push theirs from above? Even if you think the jabs are safe, there can surely be no argument that they are effective any more? Right?

Andrew thinks we need a new term to describe the vaccine effectiveness. No surprise that it leads with a negative. Nic thinks that over time he’ll be proven right that they haven’t been effective at all at saving anyone from death, especially in the old and vulnerable.

We discuss the UK statistics regulator, and their leader’s open letter to the UK Health Security Agency. In it, clear statements are made showing the contempt for transparency, in favour of protecting the propaganda narrative wherever possible.

And Nic ends with a simple message of the tools in his toolkit that’s he’s used to navigate the nonsense over the last 20+ months.

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