From Barbara McKenzie at stovouno.org. A great resource (link in “read more”) MH
The UK has been on a shopping spree to secure coronavirus vaccines from multiple companies. According to Reuters, in total it has made agreements to buy 362 million vaccine doses in total; the population of the UK is 66 million.
At the same time the Ministry of Health is aware that the fast-tracked vaccines will not undergone the necessary testing (which normally takes years). A recent contract award notice by the Ministry of Health’s Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), for software to manage adverse reactions, makes it painfully clear that those brave enough, or compelled, to take the vaccines when they first become available will be the test subjects.
The notice makes it clear that
- the UK government is expecting an unprecedented number of injuries arising from the Covid-19 vaccine, so many that its normal systems won’t be able to cope, and
- that the government plans to process the adverse reactions as quickly as possible, so that then, and only then, can it evaluate the safety of the vaccine.
So, like other governments around the world, the UK is committed to investing huge sums in a vaccine and to essentially forcing it on the populace, when it knows the vaccine:
- is for a disease that has a 99.98 survival rate and is therefore not indicated;
- is of questionable efficacy;
- will not be safe.
The following was written by Mandata and first published in Greek at Mandata (translated by Barbara McKenzie).
- Major pharmaceutical companies are embarking on a frantic race to make the new coronavirus vaccine,
- Governments inside and outside the European Union are rushing to conclude contracts and agreements for the supply of the vaccine, and
- The mainstream media, fully coordinated and in complete unanimity, are committed to propagating the new vaccine that is coming to ‘save’ us, emphasizing its effectiveness, but also its safety,
The United Kingdom is taking urgent measures to prepare to deal with a ‘high volume’ [sic] of side effects from the new vaccine.
On 23 November, the Ministry of Health’s Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) published in TED (Tenders Electronic Daily – annex to the Official Journal of the European Union) a contract award notice for the supply of Artificial Intelligence software to handle the ‘expected high volume of COVID-19 vaccine adverse reactions’.
The following is a description of the procurement process, by which the contract (worth £1,500,000.00 plus VAT) will be awarded directly without it going to tender…READ MORE