Vaccine injury is real. To date, globally, the vaccine-injured have had scant support; sufferers have been gaslit, shadow banned, dismissed as mental health sufferers, or worse—ignored since the vaccine rollout began and they reported their injuries.
In the UK, only one member of parliament has taken up their cause: Sir Christopher Chope proposed a Vaccine Damages Bill calling for an independent review of injuries caused by Covid-19 vaccinations and of the adequacy of compensation. As the new film, A Letter to My MP, points out, just six MPs attended the first vaccine damages debate in the House of Commons in March.
Members of UK CV Family have written to their MPs asking them to pay attention to their suffering; numerous diverse and often, life-changing symptoms with little acknowledgement. There is power in numbers; the power of the people really is greater than the people in power.
Act now to email your MP—or your country’s equivalent—send them the link to this film and share it widely.
Conversations about vaccine injury urgently need to be had. The more we have these conversations, the harder it will be for politicians and doctors to ignore, and the quicker vaccine-injured men, women, boys, and girls can get the support they need.