The UK Medicine Regulator has confirmed that over a period of nineteen months the Covid-19 Vaccines have caused at least 5.5x as many deaths as all other available vaccines combined in the past 21 years.
This means, that when compared side by side, the Covid-19 injections are a shocking 7,402% more deadly than every other vaccine available in the UK.
A Freedom of Information request was made via email to the Medicine and Healthcare product Regulatory Agency (MHRA) on the 6th August 2021 in which a Mr Anderson asked the MHRA the following questions –
- How many Deaths have there been from all Covid-19 vaccines?
- Are there any other reporting AI system monitoring systems like the Yellow Card scheme?
- Are Covid-19 Vaccines still in trials?
- How many deaths has there been in last 20 years by previous Vaccines without Covid-19 Vaccines?
- What happens if a there is a new vaccine or new drug? What process and monitoring do they go through?
- What cut off point will the MHRA say a vaccine or drug is unsafe for humans?
U.K. Medicines Regulator MHRA Says it Has “No Process” to Follow Up Vaccine Adverse Event Yellow Card Reports
I’m retired but I worked for 20-plus years in a safety critical sector where I was legally accountable for the safety of hundreds of products which I authorised for use. So I know a robust safety management system when I see it. From what I’ve found out about the MHRA, I don’t think its safety management is as robust as those responsible for it seem to think. Consider two pieces of evidence: safety audits and the processes for investigating reports of adverse events linked to medicines including vaccines.
In the organisation in which I worked, we were subject to safety audits at least once a year. I know it’s similar in other safety critical sectors like aviation, nuclear, oil and gas and transport. But not, it turns out, in the MHRA, the organisation responsible for authorising medicines for public use.
I submitted an FOI request for a copy of MHRA’s last independent safety audit report. I was sent the two pages covering safety management from a 50-page audit report (dated February 2020) by the British Standards Institute against the requirements of ISO9001, a Quality Management standard.
Believe me, there’s a world of difference between a Quality Management audit and a Safety Management audit. First, quality is about compliance; safety is about risk. Here’s a simple example of the difference in another sector. If you’re still not convinced, consider that an ISO9001 auditor requires no knowledge, qualifications or experience in safety management. So the safety extract from the Quality audit report is just saying that the auditor had seen a selection of MHRA safety-related documents or processes, or seen evidence that they existed. The auditor can’t say whether they are the right processes for robust safety management or ask searching questions about safety. I could go on but you get the picture.