ER Editor: We published UK MP Andrew Bridgen‘s famous 17 minute speech to a scandalously empty Parliament chamber. See
We’re putting Bridgen’s recent interview with James Delingpole just below although it is linked to in Rhoda Wilson’s article. And here are our impressions from it:
- He’s asked pointedly by Delingpole to account for his voting IN FAVOUR OF mandatory vaccination for social care workers, given people’s sovereign rights. Bridgen admits that was an error and due to ignorance about the ‘vaccine’, which turned out to be a pack of lies. He didn’t want to admit he was being lied to. He admits he voted against the principal of bodily autonomy. But he has something interesting to say about lockdown culture in terms of parliamentarians – that it was essentially a divide and conquer strategy imposed on MPs, that their normal get-togethers to talk about issues did not take place because Parliament was not sitting. It could be interpreted as a deliberate isolation of MPs, affecting their ability to vote and understand the issues fully before they cast their vote. He did cast other votes against the Parliament of the day, which several libertarian Conservative MPs were doing, quite against the tide.
- He is vaccine-injured himself; he had Covid before his first injection and after. From never having to take a day off for anything, beyond a few harmless cold symptoms, he now admits to being immune-system impaired and having to take daily anti-histamines for inflammatory flare-ups after initially experiencing breathing problems. Some of his colleagues say they’ve experienced the same symptoms. MPs, as far as he is aware, aren’t exempt from the requirement to get vaccinated when it comes to travelling. Only one MP he personally knows is not vaccinated.
- He’s certainly not a careerist politician, evidently jaded with what he’s experienced. He plans to quit anyway, and it’s clear from how he explains his MP activities, especially in relation to his visit to Ghana (for which he’s earned smearing and more than one suspension – see around the 13-minute mark), that actual facts of a situation get distorted for political points. Political culture at the top seems no less immune to the unrelenting propaganda, distortion and coverups than it is for the public. See his comments, and those below, of serious financial scandals within the political ranks that are not investigated.
- He references coverups such as Jimmy Savile, the oxycontin scandal, Big Pharma control, Harvey Weinstein, etc. in addition to the rollout of the harmful Covid ‘vaccine’ pushed out with resulting adverse events, deaths and dubious benefits. He’s clearly tuned in to all the scams around the plandemic, including Fauci and Wuhan. He hits out at the MSM.
- He’s had a very clear level of support, even from among medical staff, for his public stand against the vaccines, and vaccines (and lockdown) for babies and children. “I didn’t come into Parliament to see this done to children”.
- Interestingly, he explains why the hypocritical Christmas parties given by his own political party during lockdown were BYOB.
MP is suspended from Parliament a week after “vaccine harms speech” but he has not been silenced
RHODA WILSON for THE EXPOSE
He has since been suspended from attending Parliament. But this hasn’t stopped him from speaking out. This week he has given interviews with Irreverend and, a few days later, James Delingpole. In this article, we refer to the first interview. You can watch Mr. Bridgen’s interview with Delingpole HERE.
Propaganda Media Coverage
Mr. Bridgen’s speech is on both Parliament TV and YouTube. And, despite Mr. Bridgen sending them a press pack, corporate media have gaslighted it except for an article the next day in the Express and Scottish Daily Express.
Of course, Full Fact has written a blog. “Yellow Card reporting rate estimates shouldn’t be applied to Covid-19 vaccines,” they wrote. Why? Because “it is estimated that only 10% of serious reactions and between 2 and 4% of non-serious reactions are reported,” Full Fact said without so much as a hint of recognising the irony in their reasoning.
Another argument Full Fact attempted to make was that absolute risk reduction and relative risk reduction are two different things – a point Mr. Bridgen had already highlighted in his speech. On another point, simply because Full Fact’s bloggers weren’t able to replicate statistics Mr. Bridgen used from a study regarding children under 5, the blogger determines Mr. Bridgen’s statistics can’t be true.
The final point Full Fact made beggars belief. The conscientious bloggers overlooked the part in Mr. Bridgen’s speech regarding the conflicts of interest and corruption in the UK’s regulatory bodies and boldly argued Mr. Briggen must be wrong because “mRNA Covid-19 vaccines have been approved as safe and effective.” You couldn’t make it up!
Mr. Bridgen is Suspended
A week to the day after Mr. Bridgen courageously gave his speech calling for the suspension of Covid injections, he was given a 5-day suspension from Parliament and could be in danger of losing almost a month’s pay.
The reasons given for the suspension were:
- two days for failing to declare that he received a paid trip to Ghana in eight emails to ministers; and
- three days for writing to the Standards Commissioner Kathryn Stone asking if she had been lobbying to receive a peerage.
Express UK reported that there had been concerns that he could have had his suspension doubled to 10 days after an appeal, which would have triggered a recall vote in his constituency but his suspension remains at five days.
As the news of Mr. Bridgen’s suspension was breaking, Darren McCaffrey of GB News reported that Mr. Bridgen’s suspension was in no way related to his speaking out against vaccine harms because it dates back to a couple of months ago. Mr. Bridgen had filed an appeal and it was his appeal that was denied on Tuesday.
However, we cannot ignore that Mr. Bridgen was suspended from Parliament and is also the one who publicly called out the safety of the Covid injections in no uncertain terms. Mr. Bridgen may have been found guilty of breaking the rules, but is he the only one?
There have been 11 MPs suspended from Parliament since the beginning of 2020, each being given between one and five days suspension. Installed Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is not one of them. Whatever Mr. Bridgen’s trip to Ghana was worth, it’s nowhere near the amount of £2.1m per year income tax Sunak’s wife avoided paying. This tax avoidance was also happening when Sunak was Chancellor of the Exchequer and was responsible for raising revenue through taxation or borrowing and for controlling public spending.
Sunak is not the only MP who as acted dubiously over the last three years. For more than a year, Good Law Project has been working to uncover the politically-connected firms that benefitted from the Government’s £37 billion Test and Trace programme. “We know that 50 companies with close links to Ministers, Peers and Government officials were given access to a priority route through which they secured lucrative Covid testing contracts,” they wrote in June. Michael Gove was one of those who referred firms down a fast track ‘VIP’ route to bid for lucrative Test and Trace contracts.
There were also VIP Lanes for personal protective equipment (“PPE”) referred by, for example, Siobhan Baillie, MP for Stroud. According to a National Audit Office (“NOA”) report in March 2022, the Department of Health & Social Care (“DHSC”) had awarded 394 PPE contracts worth £7.9 billion. Of the 394 contracts awarded, 115 were awarded to 51 VIP lane suppliers. And surprisingly little of the PPE reached its intended destination. NOA’s report stated that DHSC had received 31.5 billion items of PPE in the UK (of which only 55% had been actually distributed to health and social care settings), with another 1.4 billion stored in China and 5.0 billion still to be received.
How many of the MPs involved in VIP Lanes have been investigated or suspended?
Potential Harms of Vaccines
On Saturday Irreverend interviewed Mr. Bridgen about the emerging evidence that calls into question the safety of mRNA injections.
The scientific evidence does not support the further use of the mRNA vaccines, Mr. Bridgen said.
“If you look at the original data from [Pfizer’s trials] it never supported the use of the vaccines in the population … So I called for the government for the immediate cessation of all mRNA vaccines and certainly not to approve their use for children at six months.”
Mr. Bridgen had read biological sciences at Nottingham University. He specialised, mostly, in genetics and behaviour. His dissertation in his final year was on viruses and viroids.
He was uncomfortable with the Government’s lockdown policies and approach to the so-called Covid pandemic. (Yes Mr. Bridgen used the term “so-called Covid pandemic”!) “I was very reluctant to vote for the lockdowns,” he said.
“I didn’t vote for the last two lockdowns. I voted against ‘Plan B’. I’m sceptical about the mask-wearing.” However, to begin with, Mr. Bridgen wasn’t sceptical about the Covid injection. He has had two doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca. But “the data that’s coming in from harms – the Yellow Card data – and then when you actually speak to sceptical professionals but they take you through the scientific papers and the evidence … [its] deeply worrying,” he said. “[The vaccines] are not safe, they’re not effective and they’re not necessary.”
“Since I first raised this issue, probably about a month ago six weeks ago in a Westminster Hall debate about vaccine harms that was brought by petition, I have had a lot of emails from a lot of people who claim to be vaccine harmed.
“What’s driving [the push for the injections in the UK], I think, is money and greed … I think we’ve sacrificed enough of us, us the citizens, lives on the altar of ignorance and unfettered corporate greed.”
Mr. Bridgen met with Pfizer in November 2020. “These people [from Pfizer] told me then … that we’ll be taking these vaccines every three months for the rest of our lives and, basically, they were going to make a fortune out of us,” he said.
Mr. Bridgen is hoping that, following his appeal, scientists, doctors, nurses and those in the media who know but aren’t saying anything will take some strength and courage from his remarks. “Now’s the Time to come forward,” he said.
There are other MPs, from both sides of the House, who have the same concerns, said Mr. Bridgen, but they’re scared and afraid to speak out.
How should we, the people, respond to what is happening. We need to stand up and let our voices be heard. GB News’ Neil Oliver sums it up in one of his world-famous monologues: “If our MPs don’t care enough about harms to population, it’s time we reminded the whole damned lot of them we are still here.”
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