Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion

… shines a light on Covid-19 vaccine injuries and bereavements, but also takes an encompassing look at the systemic failings that appear to have enabled them. We look at leading analysis of pharmaceutical trials, the role of the MHRA in regulating these products, the role of the SAGE behavioural scientists in influencing policy and the role of the media and Big Tech companies in suppressing free and open debate on the subject.

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Doctor u-turns on mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines. Calls for global pause

I was wilfully blind… until I wasn’t…

What’s worse than ignorance? The late, great Stephen Hawking tells us: the illusion of knowledge…

I was one of the first people to have the Covid-19 vaccine… in January 2021… I, at the time, did not even conceive… of the possibility that a vaccine could cause any real harm at all…

Dr. Aseem Malhotra

… a hero. When he learned he was wrong, he did the right thing: publicly admitted his mistake and called for the halt to the vaccines… at considerable risk to his reputation.

Steve Kirsch

His U-turn on Covid vaccine safety could save countless lives – if only mainstream media would give his message the airtime it deserves.

Dr. Tess Lawrie

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Challenging the Covid-19 Narrative

In this interview with Brian Gerrish, former ITV and BSkyB Executive Mark Sharman challenges the official Covid-19 narrative, including flawed statistics, high-level media censorship, government financial ‘bribes’ of the media, lost trust in doctors, vilification of those warning of vaccine damage, and the very real harm suffered by individuals who accepted the government promoted vaccines.

… includes an excerpt [at 35:00] from the powerful and emotional documentary by Oracle FilmsSafe and Effective: A Second Opinion, which shows the heartbreaking reality of vaccine damage to a young woman, Georgia Segal. Her courage in dealing with her post-vaccine harm, and in speaking out so that others can understand the real truth about vaccine side effects, is outstanding.

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Toward the end the BBC’s “Unvaccinated” was mentioned. More about that here.

Matt Le Tissier – On The Record

February 1st, Oracle Films published this wide-ranging interview with the former England international and Southampton club soccer player.

An exceptional midfielder and excellent penalty taker, after retiring from playing Le Tissier became a football pundit – most notably with Sky Sports. All was well1Nothing unusual reported on his Wikipedia entry as of June 2020. until August 2020 when “he was dropped” by Sky Sports.

Probably just a coincidence but that was around the time he was becoming more vocal about the Covid response. But it meant his Wikipedia entry needed at least this addition:

In 2020, Le Tissier became an outspoken critic on the reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom, with several tweets in which he criticised what he deemed to be an “overreaction” from the government and media, among others opposing lockdowns and mask orders. An image he posted on Twitter which implied a comparison between the Holocaust and having to wear masks during the pandemic was deleted.

Wikipedia, April 24th, 2021

Le Tissier then began to comment on and question the growing numbers of athletes AND sports fans collapsing. So by August 2021 someone had added this sentence:

In 2021, Le Tissier drew widespread criticism when he again promoted conspiracy theories. He tweeted a post suggesting that Christian Eriksen’s on-pitch cardiac arrest was an adverse reaction to being vaccinated.

Wikipedia, August 20th, 2021

Matt Le Tissier… football star… tv pundit… turned conspiracy theorist.

Welcome to the club Mr. Le Tissier!

Thank you Oracle Films.


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    Nothing unusual reported on his Wikipedia entry as of June 2020.

Why haven’t you…?

People rarely ask questions with a genuine desire to understand. Instead they are often looking for reassurance about their own views, an opportunity to vent, to catch you out, start an argument, etc.

In such cases your answer is supposed to be brief – so they can quickly move in their anticipated direction. This seems especially the case around Covid injections.

Giving more than one reason throws a spanner in the works.

.. and Dr. Simon Goddek forwarded some extra reasons a private Telegram user shared: