The government is pushing strongly for everyone, even children as young as 12, to get vaccinated with a gene modifying ‘vaccine’ that is still under trial and has already caused more deaths and adverse reactions than all previous vaccines combined.
In some workplaces employees are being forced to be jabbed, or they will lose their jobs.
Under these circumstances, doesn’t everyone have the right to get answers to a few basic questions? As far as MHRA’s response is concerned, that does not appear to be the case. Rather, MHRA’s customer services response proves that we are to be treated like a herd of cattle with no right to question anything. The inquiry irritates them. So does the truth, it seems.
Dear Sir or Madam,
Using Freedom of Information can you please answer the following:
- The injection that they are using for covid, can you please state if that is a proper vaccine or a Synthetic Pathogen injection?
- Has this injection gone through all trials and tests to qualify it to be called a proper vaccine?
- Is it still on trial and if yes when shall that end?
- Has any proof been given to you that those Synthetic Pathogen injections are killing and maiming?
- If you know that those injections are killing and maiming, and you continue that is criminal and murder even?
I look forward to your reply,
MHRA Customer Services <MHRACustomerServices@mhra.gov.uk>
Mon 18/10/2021 13:45
Dear Roy McIntosh,
The Freedom of Information Act places a general duty on public authorities to give access to official information. However, the Act also provides an exemption to that duty for requests that are vexatious. As such we are refusing your request under Section 14 of the Freedom of Information Act.
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