UK Government approves “Jabs” for children
6 June 2021 - 9:25 pm
The UK’s Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency section of the Government, which is not independent regardless of any claims made to that effect, and are also the recipients of £980,000 from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Health Organisation, itself largely funded by the BMGF, have decided that the experimental gene therapy mRNA injection from Pfizer/BioNTech can be given to 12-15 year old children.
It seems that regardless of the miniscule “study” that was done on kids who’s parents are obviously of questionable competence as care-givers and protectors of children, and the concerning amount of reactions even in that tiny study which included just 1,127 children, not all of which received both doses, that amounted to 86% of first dose recipients experiencing an adverse reaction, the MHRA decided that it was fine to force it onto UK children as of course they will not be permitted a say for the most part.
In the report under the section about the “Serious Adverse Events” related to the study on 12-15 year olds, it says the percentage of serious adverse reactions was 0.4%, which considering children are barely likely to be ill at all (according to this article on the BMJ website for 10-19 year olds the chances of requiring hospital care are 0.04%, let alone the tiny proportion of that group that wouldn’t survive) why on earth would an organisation there to allegedly ensure the safety of the population, especially children approve such experimental treatment with a higher chance of making them ill than the thing they’re supposedly protecting them from?
The answer of course was detailed in the very first paragraph, which is they have been bought and paid for by Gates and the WHO, and we know that they are not interested in safety, not interested in any other treatments or ways of staying healthy, they just want to inject everyone with unapproved, experimental gene therapy, especially our kids.
This needs to be opposed in the strongest possible way.