MP Bridgen Tells the Truth About Vaccines with Almost No Support

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MP Andrew Bridgen spoke to an empty House of Commons. Some leaders don’t want to hear the truth about vaccines, Joel Smalley pointed out on his substack.

Only six MPs listened to his speech, a courageous gesture in the world of lies surrounding vaccines. The media in Western countries talk about vaccine safety and effectiveness but refuse to recognize the adverse events for some, especially the youth who don’t generally need the vaccines.

One in every 990 people vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine will have a serious adverse event. One in every 662 persons vaccinated with a Moderna vaccine will have a serious adverse event, Brigden said.

On average, there is a chance of 1 in 800 chance of a severe adverse event. People need to know if they are going to get vaxxed. They should know the benefits and the risks so they can make their own cost-benefit analysis.

It shouldn’t be an act of courage, to tell the truth about vaccines. What a tragic mess the West has become, but then again, there are courageous people like MP Brigden.

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montel
montel
9 days ago

The only people who wished they listened are those who have been killed or maimed by the poisonous gene therapy “vaccine”.

Peter B. Prange
Peter B. Prange
11 days ago

An important article and congratulations to a brave PM.

TPM
TPM
11 days ago

I had a Indian Pharmacist ask me when can I schedule your vaxcInations I said when hell freezes over.

Last edited 11 days ago by TPM
Peter B. Prange
Peter B. Prange
11 days ago
Reply to  TPM

Interesting. I had an Indian Pharmacist. Before the vaccines were available I had studied them with my BS (U of Mich) studies that include genetics and cell physiology. He did a lot of other reading and recommended a non-mRNA vaccine. Despite all the evidence, I suspect Big Pharma money kept Australia from approving it despite an early order of 51 million doses,