sent today to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Bouyed by the positive response to our little bit of direct action, I thought I would post my objection to the consultation document. I have also included my full name, address and telephone number in the response that I sent to the government.
'I am not an anti-vaxxer. I completely support the use of safe and tested vaccines to eradicate serious disease and illness. I have been vaccinated and I have allowed my children to be vaccinated, up and until the MMR ‘top ups’ came in. I agree we should be vaccinated against measles, but I believe that our vaccination programme should allow the development of a healthy immune system and that cannot fully be achieved without children getting ill. Mumps and Rubella are both mild childhood diseases and give lifelong natural protection. If we all had them as children the argument to protect the adult population would be removed.
The intention to roll out an unlicensed vaccine for a disease that children do not get, is not only unnecessary, but carries a good deal of risk, in that any vaccine will not have been through the rigorous trialling system that is expected of modern medicine. To do this to human beings in the earliest stages of their development is like using them as lab rats. The same argument can be made for the rest of the population. We do not consent to being used as guinea pigs in some strange world where it is possible that the vaccine will be many times more harmful than the disease it is intended to prevent.
The fact that the government is willing to change the law so that the producers and distributors of the vaccine cannot be held accountable does not exactly help the assumption that the government itself has any confidence in the safety, or indeed the efficacy of any vaccine, only that the main priority is speed of development and roll out.
To be clear, I absolutely and fundamentally object to the Government of the United Kingdom releasing an unlicensed and insufficiently trialled vaccine for the prevention of SARS-CoV-2 and any strains thereof, on its population.
I absolutely and fundamentally disagree that the manufacturers, distributors and administrators of any vaccine for the prevention SARS-CoV-2 and any strains thereof should not be held to account should any unlicensed and insufficiently trialled vaccine be shown to cause an harmful side effects at any time in the future'.