The plight of those who've been injured by covid vaccines was pulled into sharp focus on Saturday 21st January in London. Thousands upon thousands of people gathered together to share their experiences and draw attention to the ongoing dismissal of those suffering adverse reactions and injuries from covid vaccines. Truth be Told, organised by Covileaks, founded by Fiona Hines, formed part of Vaccine Awareness Month — an initiative created to increase awareness of the plight being experienced by a silent but growing minority of people who have been damaged by the covid shots.
Despite the rally taking place outside the BBC HQ in London, and thousands of people chanting 'shame on you' and 'take down the BBC', we weren't surprised to find that there wasn't even one mention made of it across any of the BBC Network or the stories shared during the event.
We are disappointed, but not surprised, to see that mainstream media is increasingly turning its attention to those speaking out about their injuries - not to support them by sharing their stories, but by attempting to discredit their, often harrowing, stories. A recent example is Angelia Desselle, who shared a video of her jab injury in response to a Tweet by Elon Musk, describing the adverse reaction he suffered following his second dose and his cousin's diagnosis of myocarditis post jab. Angelia's tweet and her video share resulted in the hashtag, #thankspfizer, going viral as it was picked up by many in a similar situation post covid jab. It wasn't long though before the mainstream jumped on the bandwagon using other videos and the #thankspfizer hashtag, as a parody, mocking her injuries and questioning the veracity of her account. Dr Pierre Kory, who's treating Angelia's injuries, was quick to come to her defence. The truth, like a lion, never needs to be defended and will always find a way out. Angelia's video has been viewed nearly 73 million times and will give heart to those that are suffering similarly and maybe afraid to speak out and ask for help.
Whether you've accepted covid injections can cause harm for some, or not, injuries from covid injections are sadly, very much a way of life for many now. A recent study has estimated nearly 300,000 deaths in the US in 2021 may have been the result of covid jabs. We may never know the true extent of the harm caused by these experimental genetic shots, but we must all strive to not allow our preconceptions get in the way of helping people in need, like Angelia.
Our short video pastiche below captures some of the moments from the Truth be Told event in London. What is overwhelming is the sense of pain and betrayal experienced by those who thought they were doing the right thing for their families, their communities and society and are now living very different lives as a result. We stand alongside all those who continue to speak out and highlight the huge harms that have, and continue, to be experienced by the millions who trusted what they were told. Now they have been silenced, ignored, tossed aside, derided and dismissed when they are harmed and in need of support.
This will go down in history as one of the biggest humanitarian crises since the last world war. How we respond to it not only defines us as individuals, but has the ability to change the course of history and shift the current trajectory. We have the power.
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03 February 2023 at 2:02 pm
It is absolutely and shockingly unethical for Anybody to taunt, discredit, gaslight, mock those suffering real medical injuries, from anything. Absolutely shocking. Purely violently criminal, a begging on the knees for permanent prison coupled by mental health treatment, by those who so mock and taunt. If one of Charles Manson's murder accomplices was permanently locked up because of giggling in court, why not lock up those who laugh at the injured and harmed? Something is clearly, madly and violently wrong with such "people", who really are degenerate Salvador Dali-type, warped existences merely resembling people in bodily form, but live as vultures and demons in the soul.
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