Mass public health measures always involve a trade-off between expected benefits and known and potential risks or harms, which include both short-term and long-term or inter-generational damage (e.g. poverty). Separately, they must always uphold basic human rights. These fundamental realities have been ignored in much of the public health response to the Covid-19 event, including mass vaccination.


20 Lies

4 min read by Nick Hudson | There are many pillars that support the Covid narrative. This collection of 20 of the most pervasive myths include

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Informed Consent

2 min read by Abir Ballan | Informed consent is one of your basic human rights to freely accept (or not accept) a medical intervention, based

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Why are we vaccinating children?

2 min read One of a series of letters written to Northern Ireland School Boards questioning their response to various aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic as

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