Authorities in the United Kingdom are so desperate to vaccinate children that they have decided to disregard the decision made by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation to not recommend children are given the jab and have tasked the Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty with making the decision instead.
The UK Medicine Regulator; MHRA, has already deemed the Pfizer / BioNTech jab to be safe for use in children, but quite how they came to that conclusion is anyone’s guess when you consider 86% of children who took part in the short two month trial suffered an adverse reaction to the Pfizer jab ranging from mild to extremely serious, and 1 in 9 children suffered a severe adverse reaction ranging leaving them unable to perform daily activities.
Perhaps money talks? Especially when it comes from a certain Mr Bill Gates who gave a £980,000 grant to the MHRA in 2017 and has since invested over £3 million in the UK Medicine Regulator for “various projects”. This is the same Bill Gates who also coincidentally owns major shares in both Pfizer and BioNTech.
The same money also helped to ensure the United States FDA gave emergency use approval for the Pfizer jab to be given to children aged 12 – 15 and unfortunately we’re now starting to see the grave consequences of this decision.
Consequences that are both tragic, and completely unnecessary. These new “vaccines” are still in trials until 2023 at the earliest, which means they are experimental. This is precisely why they have only been given emergency use approval. There is no emergency when it comes to children and the alleged Covid-19 disease, less than 9 children have died with a positive test result for Covid-19 in the UK since March 2020, and they do not suffer serious disease either.
Surely UK authorities can learn from the United States mistakes which have led to the deaths of numerous children?
A 16 year-old female received the Pfizer vaccine on the 19th March 2021. Nine days later the same female went into cardiac arrest at home. By the 30th March 2021 she had sadly died.