Javid Tells Anti-Vaxxers To “Leave Other People Alone”

Health Secretary Sajid Javid told SKY News presenter Kay Burley this morning that it’s “fine” if anti-vaxxers  do not want a jab but they should “leave others alone.”

The spineless Burley missed an open goal. Surely, the only follow-up question was: “Why not practice what you preach Health Secretary?”

Javid was condemning protests outside UK schools by parents and others who are opposed to vaccinating children against covid. The Joint Committee on Vaccination & Immunisation (JCVI) did not recommend jabbing kids. The government and the UK’s chief medical officers are doing it anyway.

There is absolutely no benefit to the child whatsoever. The government and its scientific advisers say that jabbing kids will help keep schools open. That’s complete and utter nonsense. The jabs present a real risk of myocarditis to children. Covid hardly brushes them.

“Leave others alone,” said Javid. Fair enough. You take the lead though. How about you, your mates and Billy Gates’ witchdoctors leave me and mine alone?

How about you have no right to tell me or anyone else what medicine we should or shouldn’t take? How about dropping threats like “get jabbed in return for freedom?”

Or, how about fucking off back to the bank you crawled out of?


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its perfectly legal and fine to peacefully protest against measures taken by the state, I do not agree with harassing anyone, but, if for example parents wish to protest outside schools in a peaceful manner than that is perfectly acceptable. The state are not practising what they preach as action is taken against for example care home staff who do not wish to be jabbed,


The title of this article made me chuckle. Quite a bit.
Of course, the obvious response is exactly what you have written, Richie.

All of my friends, and much of my family, have had the jab (for a variety of reasons, and none of them because the government told them to), but none of them insist on me doing so.

But that is not the main point is it? The main point is that in a democracy other voices should be allowed a say, even if that say does not reflect the majority or is popular. Providing, of course, that violence is not resorted to (and words, though often discourteous and impolite, are not violent – despite what some claim).

Mama Ibeji (Linda)

Morning Richie. I had a nice surprise on the doormat when I came downstairs this morning: an NHS letter and a lovely shiny information leaflet inviting my child to go and have his ‘out of school vaccination’.
Only problem is, I’d already completed the ‘no consent’ form, and the school ‘vaccination’ roll-out day was last week – the day before the kids broke up for the last day of term (how convenient).
So now I’ll be expecting letter after letter. Surely this constitutes harassment? It would appear that ‘No’ no longer means ‘No’………


Those NHS letters are no different from all the other items of junks mail that repeatedly come through the door. They are the marketing and promotion of a product – nothing more.

And in marketing and business, the ‘no means no’ rule has never really applied.
In fact, if you think about it, the ‘no means no’ rule is a fairly recent notion for a whole slew of topics.

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