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I listened to the Senior Nurse whistleblower who spoke to the UK Column. For those who haven't heard it:

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/2hT5HAdXmnYy/

 

She is a very senior nurse and policy writer for the injections. She referred to it as "Genocide".

 

In it she stated that many consultants, doctors and nurses aren't aware that the covid jabs are still in trials etc. She said they dont know whats in the injections etc.

 

II am so touched by her bravery that I feel I need to do something. I have decided to email all the GP practice managers in my area. It will be a polite email asking them if they are aware that the injections are still in phase 3 trials and are experimental, that they have a legal duty to inform each recipient of this prior to administering the injection, that they have a legal duty to provide the Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) to the patient and to advise them of the adverse reaction reporting process (Yellow Card here in England) etc. I will keep it calm and factual; an inquiry not an accusation.

 

I am also sharing the whistleblowers video all over Twitter on NHS, British Medical Journal, General Medical Council posts etc. We need to reach people outside of our own echo chambers. If we can make as many NHS staff aware as possible then courage may call to courage and more may come forward.


It might make some small difference so if anyone agrees can you do the same please? :)

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On 4/17/2021 at 9:10 PM, Shining-one said:

Well done. Getting involved helps always.

Thank you. I have emailed lots of Medical Centres. I kept it factual and polite. WHo knows, it might make a bit of difference. It's better than doing nothing hopefully!

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3 hours ago, Bee said:

Thank you. I have emailed lots of Medical Centres. I kept it factual and polite. WHo knows, it might make a bit of difference. It's better than doing nothing hopefully!

 

For some reason, I can't get an email from the surgery. 

The one they send emails from, you can't reply to and when you ask (as I've done recently for something else), they're reluctant to give it to you and I didn't even get it in the end. I was needing it so another medical provider could communicate with them.

Hopeless in some cases unfortunately :(

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29 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

 

For some reason, I can't get an email from the surgery. 

The one they send emails from, you can't reply to and when you ask (as I've done recently for something else), they're reluctant to give it to you and I didn't even get it in the end. I was needing it so another medical provider could communicate with them.

Hopeless in some cases unfortunately :(

They have to give it to you, they can't refuse. I was polite but assertive. They asked why I wanted it but I said the matter was confidential. 

 

If email doesn't work you would always print out a letter and post it? :)

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7 minutes ago, Bee said:

They have to give it to you, they can't refuse. I was polite but assertive. They asked why I wanted it but I said the matter was confidential. 

 

If email doesn't work you would always print out a letter and post it? :)

That's a good shout, thanks :D

 

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