WHEN the NHS suspended GP Dr Sam White for daring to question the Covid narrative, they thought he would meekly disappear. But, Dr White chose to fight back, angered that there has been no debate allowed over the Pandemic.
Dr White took legal advice and his solicitor fired off a 23-page letter to the chief executive of the NHS, Sir Simon Stevens. Stevens must have been perturbed by the letter, even more so now as it has been made public and read over a million times.
It began: ‘Please treat this letter as a public interest disclosure or whistle blow in that it raises allegations of alleged criminal conduct and breach of legal obligations by those leading the Covid response.’
It was Dr White’s viral resignation video that had angered health service chiefs. In the video, also seen millions of times before it was suspiciously removed from Social Media, he described how he had quit as a partner from his Hampshire general practice because of the harm Covid measures were causing. He was also being prevented from using readily available effective treatments for Covid patients and he could see the toll that isolation was taking on the elderly and vulnerable. Dr White was also distraught at the thought that children would be vaccinated for a disease from which they are not at risk, whereas the experimental vaccines had a much higher chance of causing them catastrophic damage.
All licensed doctors have a revalidation process conducted every five years either by their employer, their contracted health authority, or by their governing body the General Medical Council (GMC). This is to ensure they are fit to practise and to prevent rogue doctors, such as serial killer Harold Shipman, slipping under the radar. Dr White had already passed his revalidation by the GMC without comment in December 2020, where he raised his concerns about masks, not being able to prescribe safe and effective drugs and the inaccurate PCR test. He was then summoned to sit another competency review after authorities had seen his video. He passed again, proving he is a competent physician.
However, after it went viral, clocking up over a million views, he was suspended in June. The very same NHS technocrat who revalidated him then sacked him.
Dr White’s letter, issued by the pjhlaw legal firm, accuses HM Government, the executive board of the NHS, SAGE, senior members of the civil service and the executive board of the Medicines Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) of breaching common law (derived from hundreds of years of precedent rather than recent statute) obligations, and the seven Nolan principles governing public life.
One of Dr White’s main complaints is that the public were not given proper informed consent before vaccination. In the pop-up vaccination hubs set up in car parks, churches and cinemas, they were not asked about their medical history. This meant if there were contra-indications to receiving the vaccine, the vaccinator did not know the jab should not be given and the vaccinated had no clue they could suffer a serious, life-changing adverse event.
The letter adds: ‘It should be noted that those presenting the information have not publicly declared at the press conferences their financial links to the vaccine industry . . . It should be noted that Moderna’s share price has risen from $10 (£7) to over $200 (£145) in the space of 18 months.