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#EP2 – “Deliberate cull of the elderly” (Feb 14,2021)

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Background

For the past four weeks I’ve been getting sent materials originating from UK care home workers (including video from staff) which claim residents are mysteriously dying in “excess” following the rollout of the Pfizer vaccine.

The story is always the same – little or no COVID since the “pandemic” began, but within a week or two of vaccination, outbreaks amongst staff and residents. Correlation is not causation, however it’s now at the point it must be investigated.

Around ten days ago there were so many reports coupled with statistical data (cases and deaths in UK care homes) that it would seem deeply troubling and unethical not to stop the rollout and to investigate further before any continuation.

Mainstream media has spun it as evidence of the spread of new variant COVID–19. This is an unlikely explanation.

I’ve compiled some clips taken from non-mainstream media (UK Column News) during the past two weeks to help bring others up to speed.

UK Column News had a whistleblower and disguised her voice. However it was so disguised, it was very hard to make ou what she was saying. So I’ve produced a transcript of it and placed it below.

News host Brian Gerrish asserts during these clips “Vaccine rolls out, then outbreaks then deaths… Deliberate cull of the elderly… dereliction of duty to keep the vaccine rolling out”.

Please don’t really on the British Broadcasting Corporation to stay informed. It’s the propaganda arm of the British government and is performing marketing for the vaccine rollout.

8 Video Used Clips

  1. ‘Using media personalities to push the idea of mass vaccination’ ➝ 00:00:00, Source: UK Column News – 5th February 2021
  2. ‘Outbreaks in care homes following vaccination’ ➝ 00:00:20, Source: UK Column News – 10th February 2021
  3. ‘AstraZenica vaccine banned in France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium’ ➝ 03:43:00, Source: UK Column News – 10th February 2021
  4. ‘Iran’s WHO push back, no plans to deploy “inadequately-tested” vaccine’ ➝ 04:24:18, Source: UK Column News – 5th February 2021
  5. ‘COVID-19 mRNA Pfizer- BioNTech vaccine analysis print’ ➝ 07:15:12, Source: UK Column News – 12th February 2021
  6. ‘Government funding mainstream media propaganda’ ➝ 10:43:25, Source: UK Column News – 5th February 2021
  7. ‘Care Home Managers Discussing Post-Vaccination Outbreaks’ ➝ 11:22:05, Source: UK Column News – 8th February 2021
  8. ‘Care Home Whistleblower on Result of COVID19 Vaccinations’ ➝ 15:57:16, Source: UK Column News – 9th February Special

Updates

  1. 16 Sep, 2021, “EudraVigilance is the European data processing network and management system for reporting and evaluation of suspected adverse reactions to medicines which have been authorised or being studied in clinical trials in the European Economic Area.”
    1. Select COVID-19 MRNA VACCINE PFIZER-BIONTECH (TOZINAMERAN) or COVID-19 MRNA VACCINE MODERNA (CX-024414)
    2. Click on the tab “Number of Individual Cases for a Selected Reaction
    3. Select “Reaction Groups” – e.g. “General disorders” or “Cardiac disorders”
    4. See the number of deaths (“Fatal”) in the graph (bottom right)
  2. 15 Sep, 2021, Whistleblower from Berlin nursing home: the terrible dying after vaccination, https://2020news.de/en/whistleblower-from-berlin-nursing-home-the-terrible-dying-after-vaccination/

References

  1. BREAKING NEWS: Weekly COVID care home deaths approach 2,000 mark: https://www.carehomeprofessional.com/breaking-news-weekly-covid-care-home-deaths-approach-2000-mark/
  2. Covid-related deaths in care homes in England jump by 46%: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/19/covid-related-deaths-in-care-homes-in-england-jump
  3. Devastating loss of life in care homes as second wave death toll grows: https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/health/devastating-loss-life-care-homes-19801638
  4. Deaths at Andover Nursing Home following Covid outbreak: https://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/19074697.deaths-andover-nursing-home-following-covid-outbreak/
  5. Ten new care home Covid deaths announced on the Island: https://www.countypress.co.uk/news/19075545.ten-new-care-home-covid-deaths-announced-island/
  6. Care home Covid deaths in Yorkshire passed 100 for three weeks straight: https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/local-news/yorkshires-weekly-care-home-covid-19762279
  7. Proportion of deaths in care homes is the highest ever during the pandemic – Alzheimer’s Society comments: https://www.politicshome.com/members/article/ons-proportion-of-deaths-in-care-homes-is-the-highest-ever-during-the-pandemic-alzheimers-society-comments
  8. COVID-19 mRNA Pfizer- BioNTech vaccine analysis print (10 Feb, 2021): https://dryburgh.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/COVID-19_mRNA_Pfizer_BioNTech_vaccine_analysis_print_210210.pdf
  9. Deaths involving coronavirus (COVID-19) in Scotland: https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/statistics-and-data/statistics/statistics-by-theme/vital-events/general-publications/weekly-and-monthly-data-on-births-and-deaths/deaths-involving-coronavirus-covid-19-in-scotland
  10. Pfizer COVID Vaccine Trial Shows Alarming Evidence of Pathogenic Priming in Older Adults: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/pfizer-covid-vaccine-trial-pathogenic-priming/
  11. Detailed Drug Analysis Print interpretation guide: https://dryburgh.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Detailed-Drug-Analysis-Print-interpretation-guide.pdf
  12. Pakistan Minister says get vaccinated at own risk, as COVID-19 vaccine caused ‘deaths in some countries’: https://www.sify.com/news/pakistan-minister-says-get-vaccinated-at-own-risk-as-covid-19-vaccine-caused-deaths-in-some-countries-news-international-vcbrTidadfabe.html
  13. Inside the care home in Bristol where residents were vaccinated ‘well before’ Covid-19 outbreak: https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/inside-care-home-bristol-residents-4965298
  14. Why Is There A Correlation Between The Vaccine Rollout And Increased COVID–19 Mortality?: https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/why-there-correlation-between-vaccine-rollout-and-increased-covid%E2%80%9319-mortality
  15. Open VAERS Covid Data: https://www.openvaers.com/covid-data
  16. Covid: Care home vaccine ‘milestone’ reached in England: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-55881741
  17. Why are care home residents still dying with Covid?: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-55891326
  18. Information for UK recipients on Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulatory-approval-of-pfizer-biontech-vaccine-for-covid-19/information-for-uk-recipients-on-pfizerbiontech-covid-19-vaccine
  19. Iran criticizes WHO for biased support of ‘inadequately-tested American vaccine’: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/456870/Letter-to-Guterres-Iran-criticizes-WHO-for-biased-support-of

Clip 8 “Whistleblower” Transcript

Brian Gerrish (host)

Well, hello and welcome to this UK Column News special. We decided that we would play out the full audio of the very brave whistleblower that has spoken to us over the weekend about what’s been happening in care homes as a result of the COVID-19 vaccinations.

The clip is about 15 minutes long. We believe all of it needs to be heard by our wider audience. And so we’ll play out that clip and then we’ll take the trouble to discuss some of the things which this particular individual speaks about.

Brian Gerrish (host)
[phone rings and is then answered] Can you hear me okay?

Whistleblower

Yes.

Brian Gerrish (host)

You’ve contacted me and given me some really interesting information about what you were seeing in the care system with regard to vaccinations for COVID-19. What, what are you able to tell us?

Whistleblower

Well, my experience has been over the past year or so that the social care system has responded and incredibly vigorously to all of the regulations, and guidance that have come from the government.

People have been fully on board with it, even to the point of being rather zealous about it. I think having been part of that culture and felt that it’s not being easy to express any questions about it.

Probably this is the same in many other areas, but the reason why I’m saying that is because on the whole, for those in management positions in social care, there’s a very strong pro-vaccine and pro-government narrative agenda, so what I’ve been coming across in the last you know, a few weeks in particular that’s I think it’s needs to be spoken about.

Brian Gerrish (host)

Okay. So vaccines have now come in, in some quantity into the care home system, what’s been the result of the vaccination policy?

Whistleblower:

Well, from the reports that I’m seeing from my colleagues, the vaccines are very often accompanied by outbreaks. So I’ve seen quite a few colleagues reporting that they’ve been free from any illness over 12 months, and then the vaccines come in and then outbreak results.

And this, as I say people who are enthusiastically banging the drum for the vaccines a few weeks ago, congratulating each other on how many staff they got on board [for vaccination] and now there’s a completely different story emerging.

Brian Gerrish (host)

Right. And are you able to say to share with us where you were actually seeing that information?

Whistleblower

The example on groups, full registered managers, so [inaudible] registered mangers who it’s [inaudible] by quality care commission registered managers will share with one another in that kind of professional forum.

And just recently began seeing posts where they talk about how they’re having to deal with outbreaks now, having previously been free from them. Once once comments, many others will say it was the same here, I’ve experienced the same thing for some of them it’s you know, three-quarters of the workforce suddenly becoming positive, which is extraordinary. And residents being affected as well.

Brian Gerrish (host)

So the background is that care homes have run a very careful protective policy for, for their residents. And that’s, that’s worked very well.

So there’s been a low – correct me if I’ve got this wrong, there has been a low incidence of COVID and then the vaccines coming in, and then something’s changing. Is that what you’re describing?

Whistleblower

Yes, that is the picture. Of course it’s, it’s definitely different provisions, maybe care homes that may be day settings, they may be settings for vulnerable people.

And some of the, obviously the care homes with elderly residents, will most likely have been affected in some way throughout [the pandemic]. But now that the vaccine rollout is across the whole generality in provision for people in need of social care.

We’re seeing settings, which were previously managing fine, reporting these very dramatic increases in cases – either cases or actual outbreaks.

Brian Gerrish (host)

Do we actually know which of the vaccines has been administered? Is there a difference resulting from which particular vaccine has been used?

Whistleblower

Well, that’s not being reported to me. I expect one could follow that up, but the one that’s been rolled out the most is the Modern Pfizer vaccine.

Brian Gerrish (host)

Okay. And so a key question, if you have people responsible for the care of elderly people and they all are seeing this sort of increase, how should cast staff report their concerns, what channels would care staff use to report concerns that they’re seeing something strange happen after vaccines have been administered?

Whistleblower

Well, I think they probably should be going for the the regulator, CQC, perhaps they could be going to – if they are a member of a professional association could, they could be going to that, but I think it’s all possibly – you know, there’s an NHS commission, it’s quite difficult because there seems to be a lot resistance to any other story, other than it’s all wonderful.

Brian Gerrish (host)

Do you feel under pressure in what you can, and can’t say in respect to what you were seeing and your colleagues are seeing?

Whistleblower

Very, very much so in terms of there is an atmosphere of everyone has to be behind that narrative.

Anyone who puts the head above the parapet, and even just start to question, immediately stands out because it’s, so, you know, such a strong pressure to be on board with that, you know, “the war against the virus” [government and media narrative].

Brian Gerrish (host)

Are you able to just say something about your particular qualifications?

Whistleblower

Yeah, so I worked in the sector for 30 years or so. And I have the level five qualification in adults and young person’s social care.

I’m a registered manager of provision and I’m registered with the Quality Care Commission. In a nutshell,

Brian Gerrish (host)

You’ve got a lot of experience in the sector. You must have seen a lot happening over 30 years. Have you ever seen anything happen like this before in those 30 years experience?

Whistleblower

And my main concern here, and this is happening incrementally, is that increasingly anyone working in social care and the NHS, I think with the NHS it’s much further gone – is becoming less and less able to act independently and more and more being treated as an agent of the state.

Whereas previously, someone in central care, would be responsible for providing the care.

If there was a problem, they would be help in seeking a doctor. Now it’s much more going in the direction of those providing the care are also being instructed, how to you know, have medical interventions once [inaudible] be doing the testing, or it might just be recording symptoms and stuff, but what, I’m, what I’m really wanting to get through this, but those working in social care, unless they are able to exercise their own professional judgment and their own caring quality when they came into the profession, and more and more just having to follow guidelines and procedures that come down from on high.

And I think that’s the demoralizing effect on people’s own standing in what they’re doing and have that expertise for.

Brian Gerrish (host)

What, what would happen if you challenge those guidelines?

Whistleblower

Well, that’s, it’s fine because the risk is when you make a challenge, you risk losing your registration, you risk inspection downgrading; that has a knock on effect obviously for all of the staff, but also for the residents as well, because one could only operate under license.

So it’s almost a black and white situation. You’ve danced to that tune, or you do your own big thing independently of that without any of that funding which is very hard to do also in regulatory terms. So I think it’s, it creates a bit of a monoculture, whereas that’s what we need is more or a diversity of different settings with people taking their own approaches based on their own experience and professional judgment.

Brian Gerrish (host)

Thank you very much for that. That’s a very, very good and concise report. So you’re also seeing a little bit of confusion with the testing procedure itself.

Whistleblower

Yes, not just a little bit. I think huge confusion in terms of an understanding of what the procedures are supposed to be in terms of how often testing and isolating whether at home or at work was done, but then people just finding that whatever those procedures are supposed to be, the system, doesn’t actually work because the tests come back positive and negative consecutively, depending on how one does them.

It’s impossible to interpret them in a common sense way. And there huge, you know, delays in the mail or on phone lines or processing centers.

It doesn’t really seem that the [testing] system is serving any purpose. It seems as if it’s just going through the motions. Of course the managers are keen to be following the correct procedure, but when they pick up on that [futility of testing], it’s hard to read – I don’t think there’s any, really any logic in the way it’s working, or that it’s actually helped.

Brian Gerrish (host)

Right. And where would those managers take the key advice from as to how to conduct these tests and what they should do as a result of what the results of the tests are?

Whistleblower:

I’m training with, you know, Public Health England, or the NHS webinars, professional associations, that would be a guidance about those. So they have done, yeah, that’s the background that they’ll have,

Brian Gerrish (host)

Right? There’s, there’s not a sort of common statement, document, policy document from CQC or the NHS on you know, you work in a care home this is how you should conduct and interpret the tests.

Whistleblower

Well, it’s an ever changing landscape. It’s very hard. I’m just reading now [on online forum] out one of someone who has been doing the LFD lateral flow blood test [antigen] daily and having no symptoms for five days, and then lo and behold having positive tests from the other tests, the PCR test coming back in the post a few days later.

So it’s, it’s very hard to know how to interpret or what huge knock on consequence that the, the affects of the positive can be quite quite – radical – when staff members need to go and isolate for many provisions, which anyway, short-staffed

Brian Gerrish (host)

Yeah. Difficult circumstance. And my last question is, are you able to tell us anything about access for relatives? This is a particularly emotive subject for me because I have an elderly, very elderly relative who suffered a very bad stroke.

Who’s in a care facility. I’m not able to get in to see her. And I have another elderly lady who I’m probably couldn’t get in to see, but it’s I’m going to say it’s not being made easy. What are the general rules that you’re encountering and visits by relatives,

Whistleblower

In general terms I feel that among registered managers, there is a desire to make access possible, but a very great deal of uncertainty and confusion, and frankly, fear about how and whether to do that. Given the environment that’s been created.

So it’s, it’s, it’s a tricky one. I think people recognize that there’s a right for the residents to be able to see there relatives, but not quite knowing how to do that in many cases within, within the guidance. And I expect that on the ground, I expect that there’s a huge diversity of different practice.

Brian Gerrish (host)

Yes. And this must inevitably… I’m speaking from the point of view of being a relative. But from the point of view of staff, this must put them under huge pressure because they, they will, they will know, I’m sure they experienced the feelings and frustration of family members.

Whistleblower

Absolutely. And I think we’ve seen, I think you’ve covered yourselves, you know, instance of a standoff between, standoffs between staff and family members.

In some cases the staff, sometimes can be sympathetic, in other cases, they are just wanting to enforce those rules, but I think increasingly widely staff feeling that this isn’t sustainable to carry on in this way. Yeah.

Brian Gerrish (host)

Okay. Let’s see. I’ve got to say, thank you. Thank you very much for that. And thank you very much for your being prepared to talk to the UK caller.

Whistleblower

Thank you.

 

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