I AM hoping that readers will have cottoned on – from the two promos on our home page – to the fact that TCW is holding its very first public event, in exactly one month’s time, on Thursday February 9 at the Emmanuel Centre in central London.
It is very exciting! At least, I am very excited about it! It’s something we have long wanted to do, and readers have asked for, but cost (in terms of time and energy as well as money) has previously deterred us, when we have such a small team and are stretched doing what we already do. Then, suddenly, it all gelled for me.
It was after seeing Mark Sharman’s amazing documentary, Safe and Effective, a Second Opinion, on the rushed Covid ‘vaccines’ and the subsequent unprecedented levels of vaccine injury that were systematically being denied by the government and its health agencies, and denied or ignored by the MSM. Though this scandal echoed thalidomide as an international, national and public health outrage, the establishment, as we know, simply doubled down in pushing the vaccines on younger and younger age groups. It refused to acknowledge the film, investigate excess deaths or injuries, let alone halt the iniquitous and useless vaccine programme.
The film attracted more than a million views on YouTube before it was, all too predictably, banned. Mark and the film were then defamed by the Times and others, and no mainstream broadcast outlet, shamefully, has transmitted this cutting-edge documentary. This made me very angry.
The film deserved a proper screening, I decided, a London premiere no less, albeit six months after its making and first social media sharing. I approached Mark with the idea and he agreed. Richard and Fred Fairbrass of Right Said Fred quite wonderfully immediately came on board in support of the plan and to help organise it, giving me the confidence I needed (what really fabulous men they are – I cannot thank them enough) to steam ahead and book the Emmanuel Centre.
We all agreed that in face of the negativity surrounding us, the constant accusations of covid misinformation, bannings and cancellations, the doom and gloom pervading society, our event must be a positive one – a shout out and veritable celebration of dissent and dissenters, of the (few) courageous celebrities and scientists and the (even fewer) politicians with the principles and guts to stand out alone for the truth, and the enormously brave and defiant vaccine-injured themselves who have been so cruelly abused and denied on every level by this Conservative Government.
And so it will be. Despite the damage and destruction to so many lives, this will be a celebration of those who have defied the Covid State, at whatever cost or risk to themselves; a celebration in fact of the human spirit that cannot and will never be repressed.
The positive response of everyone I have approached to take part has been truly heartwarming. I was thrilled when the wonderful and kind GB News presenter Mark Dolan immediately said he would be honoured to host the event for us. Then the brilliant and fearless writer James Delingpole, who topped our blog charts last year, gave me his commitment to the event. Calvin Robinson also came back instantly saying he’d be honoured, too. I am so grateful to them.
It promises to be quite an evening – other fighters for the truth and justice who’ve agreed to take part are MPs Sir Christopher Chope and Andrew Bridgen, Bob Moran, the brilliant cartoonist so appallingly hounded by Covid totalitarians on social media and sacked by the cowardly Telegraph, two of the most fearless doctors from the start, pathologist Clare Craig and paediatrician Ros Jones, and Professor Angus Dalgleish, who has broken ranks to warn of vaccine damage to his cancer patents and demand the programme be halted.
Last but very much not least, the remarkable Charlet Crichton of UK CV Family and other members of her family support group for vaccine-injured and bereaved, if they are well enough to sustain the travel and the event itself, I hope will be key participants in the evening. Tickets for the vaccine-injured will be sponsored by TCW. For they are what this evening is really about. No one should stay silent in face of the dystopian and Orwellian political system they have come up against. The rest of us must rally round and stop this wickedness.
That is why it is so essential to celebrate those with the moral courage to dissent, to give others the strength and encouragement to put their heads above the parapet too – to know they are not alone but rather part of the best community of minds and spirits in the UK today.
As well as the screening of Safe and Effective – personally introduced by Mark Sharman, there will be two panel discussions – one on censorship and one on vaccine risk and injury – and there will be some other surprises. There will be cash wine bar and time to mingle in advance of the start and during a break in the middle.
So please, please buy your tickets today and support what I hope will be a game changing event! It will be great fun and a fantastic opportunity to meet the TCW writing and reading family as well as other dissenters!