March 14, 2022
We wrote about 57-year-old Anthony Shingler in July. The Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire security manager received his first AstraZeneca viral vector DNA injection on March 1, 2021. By March 22, he was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome, paralyzed, hospitalized and on a ventilator. Mrs. Shingler signed a petition aiming to reform procedures related to the U.K. Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme (VDPS) of 1979. Victims are entitled to a £120,000 payment if they prove their injuries were caused by the injections. The petition received 18,779 signatures, well short of its 100,000 signature goal. The Shinglers have received nothing from the U.K. government.
Mr. Simon Walker, of Oswestry, Shropshire, is the 42-year-old soccer coach we wrote about two weeks later. He received his first AstraZeneca injection on May 2. By May 9, he was diagnosed with a “huge blood clot” in his heart, along with systolic heart failure. He can no longer work, as any strenuous activity could trigger a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Walker signed the same petition that the Shinglers did. The Walkers have received nothing from the U.K. government, despite doctors admitting that Mr. Walker’s condition was “likely caused” by the AstraZeneca shot.
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Mrs. Nicola Weideling, of Winchester, Hampshire, developed severe neck pain nine days after her first AstraZeneca shot. That morphed into excruciating headaches and random bruising on her body. She was hospitalized and diagnosed with vaccine-induced thrombosis (blood clots) and low blood platelets. Despite two surgeries, Mrs. Weideling died in May, just weeks after the shot. She worked for Oxford University, where the AstraZeneca shot was developed. Mr. Kurt Weideling, the widower, has received zero compensation from the U.K. government.
It’s not unprecedented for the U.K. government to pay out vaccine injury claims. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) paid out over £100 million to 60 victims who developed narcolepsy after receiving the swine flu vaccine, Pandemrix, in 2014. The U.K. Human Medicines Regulations shield “vaccine” manufacturers from any and all civil liability related to injuries. Lawyers negotiated higher payments than the statutory £120,000 maximum. GSK paid out the settlements, but received reimbursement from the government via indemnification policies. Several more post-GSK narcolepsy victims receive the statutory maximum £120,000 in compensation the following year.
Swine flu and its vaccines, however, were not part of a global psychological operation like so-called COVID-19. It’s unlikely any Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, etc. victims will receive any compensation anytime soon.
Impossible burden of proof
The U.K. government, in June of 2020, added new provisions to The Human Medicines Regulations of 2012. It expand immunity protections to essentially everyone involved in the mRNA and viral vector DNA racket. That includes “any person, not being a health care professional, who administers the product in accordance with a protocol” (e.g. the actual injectors).
The Sunday Times in the U.K. reported on February 27 that there were 920 pending VDPS claims related to COVID-19 shots. All of those claims would total £110 million minimum. Not one pence has been paid out to victims as of publishing. Some of the victims have been waiting for nine months for something to happen. But there are very strict official thresholds that must be met for a claim to be paid out. Big pharma-friendly lawyers representing the victims are part of the problem.
Sarah Moore, of the multi-national Hausfeld law firm, told The Sunday Times that her 95 clients are “not anti-vaccination.” They recognize that they were the unlucky ones and now need to be compensated because they “paid the highest price for the undoubted success of the government’s vaccination program.” It’s a classic fence-straddling case that lawyers use to preserve their relationships with multi-national corporations while pretending to advocate for John Q. Injured clients.
Just one payout to a COVID-19 vaccine-injured victim would open the floodgates. It would also draw more attention to the relatively-obscure vaccine injury compensation program in the U.K. Further, doctors would have to tell truth about the poisonous injection to meet the burden of proof. Good luck finding a U.K. doctor willing to put their career on the line by upholding their Hippocratic Oaths.
Same situation in the United States
Vaccine manufacturers and all related personnel have two layers of statutory immunity in the United States. The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 was enacted to limit vaccine manufacturers’ liability in lawsuits seeking damages for injuries. The law created the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) program. It is essentially a government arbitration scheme for the vaxx-injured. The VICP has paid out nearly $4.3 billion to vaxx-injured victims since 1989. It paid out $210 million in 2021 alone, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). But none of those 2021 payouts were for COVID-19 vaccine injuries.
The Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act of 2005 is the second layer of immunity for vaxx manufacturers. The PREP Act created the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP). Victims seeking compensation for COVID-19 vaccine injuries must do so under CICP, not VICP. But the program is just an endless charade of red tape.
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HHS reported 1,357 claims for COVID-19 vaccine injuries filed by October 1, 2021. Not a single dollar has been paid for any of those claims. The most recent HHS report, from March 1, 2022, reports 4,097 total COVID-19 vaccine injury claims filed. None have paid out. Only one is eligible for compensation. That case is still pending review.
Like the U.K., the burden for proving COVID-19 vaccine injuries is virtually impossible. Very few U.S. doctors will testify that the victim’s injuries were in fact caused by the injections. U.S. doctors are well compensated in exchange for loyalty to big pharma. CICP is the only potential avenue to compensation for the vaxx-injured. That essentially means that there is no recourse at all.
First payouts will come in late 2023
These people are going to milk this COVID-19 thing to the bitter end. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla told CBS Face the Nation yesterday that a fourth dose of the mRNA injections will be necessary come late summer or fall.
Mainstream media will certainly disseminate this message far and wide. Pfizer owns mainstream media “fact-check” platform Reuters. The company also pretty much owns all cable and network news in the United States.
The U.S. and U.K. governments will delay any potential payouts for COVID-19 vaccine injuries until at least late 2023. By then, most vaxx-recipients and their families will be very sick or dead. Most Americans and Brits don’t even know these programs exist. And even if they did, it wouldn’t matter anyway.
The vaxx-injured must come to terms with the fact that nobody will be held accountable for their injuries, at least not anytime soon. All they can do is get right with God and live their remaining days repenting and warning others about their mistake.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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