On 13 December in the UK’s House of Commons, Andrew Bridgen MP spoke out about Covid vaccine harms. In his speech, he stated that a reliable whistleblower has disclosed that a prominent research institution is withholding clear data demonstrating that the mRNA vaccines increase inflammation of the heart arteries.
Bridgen stated that this institution is concealing this data for fear of losing funding from the pharmaceutical industry.
He also said: “The leader of that cardiology research department has a prominent leadership role with the British Heart Foundation and I’m very disappointed to say that he has sent out non-disclosure agreements to his research team to ensure that important data never sees the light of day.”
British Heart Foundation Responds
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has issued a statement refuting this claim. Given the gravity of these allegations, World Council for Health requests that the BHF practice due diligence and carry out an internal investigation to assess whether the allegations are true, and to take immediate action if evidence is found. If there is any possibility that these allegations are true, then the institution in question will be seen to have breached ethical standards, acted fraudulently, and knowingly put millions of people’s lives at risk. If it is the case that it has demanded non-disclosure agreements, the institution will also be seen as having coerced staff into enabling its crimes by remaining silent.”
The BHF is a highly respected charity with a stated vision of ‘a world free from the fear of heart and circulatory diseases’. Until these allegations are properly investigated, the World Council for Health invites the British Heart Foundation to join us, Andrew Bridgen MP and many others in calling for a halt to the Covid vaccination roll-out. The existing evidence in the public domain already indicates that these experimental gene therapies are harming people, not least via the heart. For as long as they are in circulation, the BHF’s vision will never be realised.
Watch Andrew Bridgen’s full speech below:
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