Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 13 March 2024

MHRA admits using circular reasoning in claiming huge number of covid vaccine injuries reported are due to “high public awareness”

The UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (“MHRA”) has acknowledged that it used circular reasoning and lacks documentation to support its claim that there is a high number of Yellow Card reports related to covid injections. The agency asserted that the increase in reports is due to heightened public awareness, resulting in more people submitting reports than usual.

The MHRA has previously claimed there were a high number of Yellow Card reports relating to covid injections due to a high level of public awareness on reporting the ill effects.

In a recent article, Stephen Feldman highlighted a response to a Freedom of Information Act (“FoI”) request that revealed the MHRA used circular reasoning to make this claim.  On 9 February, the FoI Team for the MHRA’s Safety and Surveillance said:

The MHRA has admitted that they began with what they are trying to end with.  They wanted the high level of Yellow Card reports to be due to the high level of public awareness.  So, they used the high level of Yellow Card reports to claim there was a high level of public awareness, which resulted in a high level of Yellow Card reports – circular reasoning.

The MHRA’s Yellow Card scheme is a mechanism by which anybody can voluntarily report any suspected adverse reactions to covid injections. Reports to the scheme are known as suspected adverse drug reactions (“ADRs”). Its purpose is to provide an early warning that the safety of a product may require further investigation. Reports can be made for all medicines including vaccines, blood factors and immunoglobulins, herbal medicines and homeopathic remedies, and all medical devices available on the UK market.

Since January 2023, the MHRA revised the format of the Summary of Yellow Card reporting to focus on the covid “vaccines” administered from the beginning of the Autumn 2022 booster campaign.

There are two important aspects to keep in mind as we work through the MHRA correspondence: the staggering number of Yellow Card reports and the degree of under-reporting.

In response to a FoI in December 2020, the FoI Team for the MHRA’s Vigilance and Risk Management of Medicines Division team said:

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