Informed Consent is Crucial

People across the UK are being shamed, threatened or coerced into taking COVID injections. People have faced the threat of losing their employment or not being rehired. Many have faced ostracization or bullying by their colleagues. The situation is particularly dire amongst hospital, care and school staff.

And yet many of these injections are being administered without proper consent.

In order to give your consent to a medical procedure, and for that consent to be lawful, it must be given freely and without pressure. Consent must also be fully informed, which means patients need to be given enough information to understand the nature and purpose of the treatment in question, and all other relevant information has to be provided. Valid consent is required before any medical treatment is carried out.

If you (or your child) have been threatened or coerced by a health care professional or educational instruction staff to be injected, your consent is not valid. If you have not been supplied the full and relevant information about the COVID injection being offered to you, your consent is not valid.

If you (or your child) have been threatened or coerced to take an injection without being fully informed about the procedure, you may be able to bring a charge of battery and/or negligence against that medical professional.

                                                                                                                                    Charity – ‘Consent‘:

‘Consent’ is a charity established “in response to growing demand from parents who felt their healthcare decisions are not being respected by professionals”. Their mission is to “educate parents and medical professionals on law relating to parental rights and informed consent”.

On their website are many resources which are useful for resisting against the mask mandate, coerced injection and forced hospital births, including:

  • Guidebooks for parents on: understanding consent and the consent process; dealing with healthcare professionals, state intervention; refusing medication; decisions during pregnancy/childbirth; vaccinations.
  • Government guideline documents, court judgements and regulatory documents.
  • Testimonies of unprofessional and/or abusive conduct by medical staff, including pressuring and bullying of patients to have their children administered medicine or submitted to medical procedures
  • How to complain about the conduct of a healthcare professional

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