Around the world, a small contingent of lawmakers and politicians are risking their careers in going against the grain and highlighting the evidence showing that the Covid-19 vaccines are neither safe, nor effective, and in fact are causing devastating injuries to men, women, and children worldwide. One of these is British lawmaker Andrew Bridgen.
On December 13, Bridgen led a debate in the UK House of Commons regarding the dangers of the Covid-19 vaccination programme. The Chamber was nearly empty for the 20 minutes during which he spoke.
Within days, Bridgen was attacked by the media for a trip he took to Ghana in 2019 that reportedly “breached the rule against paid advocacy.”
Bridgen is again in the news this week following a post to Twitter in which he mentioned the “crime” of the Covid-19 injection programme relative to the Holocaust.
The now-removed tweet sparked near-instant outrage. Conservative Party Chief Whip Simon Hart said Bridgen “crossed a line” and cause “great offense.” Hard went on to say that he would be “removing the whip from Andrew Bridgen with immediate effect.” PM Rishi Sunak later suggested that making linkages with the Holocaust is anti-Semitism.
In a response published on YouTube, Bridgen explained that the January 11 tweet “was in no way anti-Semitic,” going on to say he “wholeheartedly refutes any suggestions that I am racist and currently I’m speaking to a legal team who will commence action against those who have led the calls suggesting that I am.” He also stated, “the Israeli doctor I quoted in my tweet has stated that there was nothing at all anti-Semitic about the statement.”
In focusing all attention on Bridgen’s tweet, politicians may be hoping that people forget Bridgen’s key message: that there is clear evidence the Covid-19 injections are injuring people and they must be withdrawn. Given the reams of evidence to support this claim, his message—and that of other politicians like him—is becoming harder to ignore.
The World Council for Health stands with Andrew Bridgen and all ethical political leaders around the world that are standing up and speaking truth to power in the face of opposition and personal and professional risk.
Going against the grain is no easy task but the World Council for Health and millions of people worldwide are ready and waiting to support you. We are thankful for brave warriors such as
- MEP Christine Anderson (Germany)
- U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (USA) has been consistently outspoken and has hosted roundtables in Washington, DC
- Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (USA) is taking legal action against the manufactures on behalf of Florida
- U.S. Senator Rand Paul (USA)
- Sir Jeremy Wright (UK) has given evidence in House of Commons about vaccine injured
- Members of the vaccine damages APPG including Sir Jeremy Wright, Sir Desmond Swayne, Danny Kruger, Sir Christopher Chope, and Andrew Bridgen (UK)
- Senators Malcom Roberts and Gerard Rennick (Australia)
- Former Cabinet Office Minister and Party Leader Maxime Bernier (Canada)
- Shane Getson MLA has spoke out about his own vaccine injury (Canada)
- Paul Frew (Ireland) has spoken out about vaccines injuries
- And so many others around the world
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