[PREMIERING NOW] Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion | Documentary

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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the British public trusted the government, and the government trusted the science. Now, emerging research is bringing the logic and ongoing impacts of lockdowns, school closures, mask-wearing, PCR tests, and other non-pharmaceutical interventions into question.

As the promoted narrative begins to crumble, and the Overton window finally begins to move, a major element is still to be questioned by mainstream media: the COVID-19 vaccines. Real-world data has increasingly demonstrated that the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines do not prevent infection or transmission. So, if the effectiveness was overplayed, what of the safety?

This documentary shines a light on the vaccine-injured and bereaved, but also questions the accuracy and trustworthiness of the pharmaceutical companies’ trials, the role of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency in regulating these products, the role of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies behavioral scientists in influencing policy, and the role of the media and Big Tech companies in suppressing free and open debate.

It also features the emotional journeys of six people who fell ill directly after receiving the jab, together with one young widow. All are on an emotional journey of pain and mental stress, made worse by the fact that their symptoms are often dismissed by doctors.

“Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion” uses clips from broadcasters and Government/NHS public announcements under Fair Trading. It is presented by actor John Bowe.

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