Author Archives: jess wallwork

Is science a unified institution that cannot be questioned?

“Follow the science” is a phrase repeated by the press and the politians. Science – which is a process of…

In the name of philanthropy

Wikipedia defines philanthropy as consisting of, “private initiatives, for the public good, focusing on quality of life”. By very definition,…

What are the risks of Long Covid?

Long Covid is an umbrella term covering a variety of different syndromes, often conflated and causing confusion among the public…

A child’s natural immunity to coronavirus compared to vaccine immunity

‘The human immune system is one of the most sophisticated achievements of evolution. The survival of our species has depended…

Are children being coerced into getting a Covid vaccine?

The Covid vaccines have been given temporary emergency authorisation by authorities including the UK Medicines and Health Regulatory Agency (MHRA)….

Young people and children and coronavirus lockdowns

Children and young people have a right to pursue life, liberty, learning, leisure, love and laughter.  Article 3 of the…

Is it ethical to give a child a Covid vaccine?

“Children are 50 TIMES more likely to die from the Covid vaccine than the virus,” Dr Michael Yeadon, former Pfizer…

Can Covid-19 be treated and prevented without a vaccine?

Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and zinc, Ivermectin and natural vitamin supplements, in particular Vitamin D and Vitamin C, have been shown to…