Letter template to MPs: lockdown, statistics & civil liberty

(Want to end lockdown/ shutdown? Complete/ adapt and send this letter by post or email to your MP/ representative – link below works for UK MPs only – share widely)

[ADDRESS OF YOUR MP]

[YOUR ADDRESS]

[DATE]

Dear [NAME OF YOUR MP],

As our representative at Westminster, I ask you to uphold the human rights of your constituents to freedom of expression, privacy, and bodily autonomy, already provided for in law, when PMs are called upon to violate them due to the ongoing panic over “Covid-19” (SARS-CoV-2). I am extremely concerned about the role that certain unelected persons are playing in influencing government agenda in the UK and worldwide (using their major funding of the World Health Organisation) when the same persons have no medical or epidemiological expertise and stand to reap huge profit from harvesting biodata from tracking devices, testing and untested vaccines.

Medical polymath Professor John Ioannidis of Stanford University described the epidemiological statistics on the death rate used sensationally by the media as “utterly unreliable” (statnews.com 17th March 2020) and concludes a recent medical research article: “People <65 years old have very small risks of COVID-19 death even in pandemic epicenters and deaths for people <65 years without underlying predisposing conditions are remarkably uncommon.” (medrxiv.org 5th May 2020). A Stanford Structural Biologist, Chemistry Nobel Prizewinning Professor Michael Levitt, agrees – and warns: “There is no doubt in my mind, that when we come to look back on this, the damage done by lockdown will exceed any saving of lives by a huge factor.” (unheard.com 2nd May 2020).

Apart from the substantial evidence that statistics for excess death (which Prof. Levitt calculates as “one month” not the “one year” modeled by Imperial College et al.) have been greatly inflated as doctors are under pressure to cite Covid-19 as cause of death, and that invasive and aggressive try-it-and-see treatments (such as intubation, morphine and HIV chemotherapy) have led to more death as the medical maxim primum non nocere is put aside, it is clear that the warning over the mental, physical and social harms caused by extensive lockdown is one we must heed.

Our elderly are isolated and in despair, our children’s education curtailed and impetus frustrated, our young people are unemployed and the middle-aged struggling as caring duties and economic pressures coincide. The state response is increasingly patronising and draconian, encouraging further unrest and distrust.

For all these reasons, please:

  • Push for an early end to lockdown/ shutdown
  • Oppose compulsory/ mandatory testing/ tracking/ invasion of privacy
  • Oppose gathering and sharing of biodata by either public or private bodies
  • Uphold civil liberties, including bodily autonomy, and stand against censorship

Yours sincerely,

…………………………………………. [ YOUR NAME]

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Thanks to George Hodan for releasing his image Children’s Hands into the Public Domain

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