This is a story of how corporate media interfered with due process to pressure the Department of Health and the Health and Social Care Board into censoring and suspending a doctor for saying things they didn’t like.
As the unexplained numbers of excess deaths keeps rising in Northern Ireland, one MLA has worked hard to try and get the Department of Health to begin an investigation into what’s causing these deaths. At every turn the DoH have frustrated Paul Frew’s efforts and, as you’ll see in this report, even sought to play down the number of deaths whilst also attempting to pass the responsibility to the Department of Finance knowing they weren’t responsible for investigating such issues but it the DOH themselves that were responsible.
SDLP Leader Could Eastwood took to the Nolan Show Live to demand that unvaccinated care-home staff should be fired and that young people should be coerced into taking the Covid injection or else find themselves ostracised from sections of society. He blamed the spread of Covid on the unjabbed saying that it was “a pandemic of the unvaccinated”.
Northern Ireland is experiencing a serious issue of non-COVID excess deaths that neither the Department of Health or its media wishes to investigate. Therefore, Alan Chestnutt decides that he’ll do their job for them.
NISRA publish weekly death statistics and also provide a summary which includes excess deaths based on a 5-year average, 2017-2021. However, our analysis will compare this to the 5-year average of 2015-2019, as these were the most recent ‘normal’ years…
Naomi Long argues against the use of the 5-year-average as an acceptable measurement gauge but only for assessing non-COVID excess deaths in Northern Ireland. We take a closer look at why this may be!
‘One death from Covid is a death too many.’ We’ve all heard it. It was used time and time again to guilt people in to staying at home, testing themselves at every end and turn and even taking a new…
On the 21st October, 2020, at a time when Robin Swann’s health service was operating as a ‘Covid only service’, Conor Spackman of BBCNI Spotlight investigated the cost of ignoring cancer patients in favour of Covid patients. In this now…
The BBC in Northern Ireland have long acted as a PR machine for the Department of Health in their COVID-19 messaging. That messaging has mostly been little more than scaremongering and coercive in nature. In this report we look at how the BBC-NI helped propagate lies from a Doctor without verifying the doctor’s claims or attaching a disclaimer to their broadcasts. After abandoning our complaints we were forced to circumvent them and go directly to the ECU who ruled in our favour.
NI CMO Michael McBride is scolded by the General Medical Council (GMC) in the UK for his comments on the BBC.