Why are we vaccinating children?
My friend, retired head teacher Hugh McCarthy investigates.
Hugh McCarthy is a retired Headteacher with 50 years of experience in education. He lectured in leadership at the Ulster University and served on two of N. Ireland's education councils. He is a colleague of mine in PANDA and a member of Collateral Global.
In August, he wrote an article for UK Column that every parent, teacher, and basically anyone that cares about children should read before going anywhere near them with an mRNA needle.
Covid vaccines don’t work.
There are serious questions about their safety.
They are not necessary for children.
Surely, the weight of independent evidence here is enough to expect the powers that be to pause and reflect. There is tremendous public anxiety regarding this push, and elected officials should take cognisance of it. Parents, too, must now assume responsibility for establishing the facts, and take action accordingly.
As the Christian theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer maintained:
The test of the morality of a society is what it does for its children.
It is time to put the children first rather than suffer “the insufferable arrogance of the constantly wrong”.