Read Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s explosive investigation into the University of Keele - manufacturers of the coronavirus vaccine - who REJECTED a research donation from Mr. Kennedy on the grounds it might be used in research that illuminated safety issues with vaccines.
I also wrote to Keele University on this matter, and my letter is excerpted at length in the article. I reproduce it below:
Letter from Miri Finch (née Sloboda) to Professor David Amigoni About My Rejected Check
March 9, 2020
Keele holds a very special place in my heart, and I follow its fortunes very closely. I have always greatly admired Keele for its uniqueness and independence, bucking conventions right from its inception. So it was not a surprise to me when I discovered, in 2015, that one of the most innovative and pioneering scientists of his generation, Professor Chris Exley, was based at Keele.
I happened across Professor Exley’s work due to an increasing interest in issues of informed consent surrounding medical products and procedures, something that is, sadly, woefully lacking where it comes to vaccinations. The NHS and other providers of vaccination do not adhere to their own guidelines of informed consent, as per the Montgomery ruling, where it comes to vaccinations and their possible risks, and this is a very serious matter indeed. When further investigating this subject, I found that there was relatively little research being undertaken into the risks of vaccination, so I was most gratified to have discovered Professor Exley and his stellar research into aluminium – a common vaccine ingredient.
Inspired by conversations with Professor Exley and others, I decided to launch my own vaccine education site, aimed specifically at students, whom I know from experience are not given the full facts about vaccinations, but rather are, often, aggressively bullied into them instead. You can see my site here: www.striveuk.webs.com.
Since 2015, I have not only continued to follow and admire Professor Exley’s great work, but he has also become a good personal friend. So you can imagine my shock and disappointment when I learned last year that Keele was making it difficult for him to receive research donations to continue his vital research. It did seem eventually he was able to resolve this issue with Keele, about which I was very pleased and relieved – and so I was utterly astonished and horrified when I learned of the most recent development – that Keele had returned a generous research donation to Professor Exley from Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., because it might fuel research that would spark negative media attention!
Professor Exley shared this information with longstanding colleague and confidante, Professor John Sloboda, and Professor Sloboda – my father – shared it with me. Having read the letter you sent to Mr. Kennedy regarding rejecting his donation, I find it to be quite devastating to my perceptions of Keele and everything I believed it stood for – and has stood for many decades in my family’s history. This letter openly states that allowing Professor Exley to receive funding from certain high-profile sources to continue his critical and world-class research might a) upset other funders (I assume you mean pharmaceutical ones), and b) generate bad press. This is quite shocking. A university is supposed to be a bastion of academic integrity, at the forefront of challenging the establishment and fearlessly confronting dogmas and corruption, not refusing to carry out sensitive research because it might upset rich people and media CEOs.
As you are undoubtedly aware, safety testing around vaccinations is wholly inadequate, and, as Professor Exley’s research has so clearly elucidated, a significant subsection of the population are at risk of serious, life-changing (and even life-ending) reactions as a result. To quash research that would seek to further understand – and therefore potentially prevent – these harms is utterly inexcusable. Have you ever met families dealing with vaccine injury? I have. Their lives are irreparably devastated, and they will be caring for profoundly damaged children and adults for the rest of their lives – with very little help or support from the wider world (who generally demonise and dismiss them as crazy anti-vaxxers). These families want nothing more than the recognition and support they deserve for submitting to a procedure they believed would protect their children’s health, but in fact did just the opposite. Professor Exley is one of the few scientists brave enough to carry out such research, and Keele should be offering their unerring praise and support. Instead, they treat him, in his words, as a pariah.
This saddens me extremely deeply, and casts a very dark shadow on what I thought was one of the best, most pioneering and progressive, places on Earth.
I hope very much that you will reconsider your decision to reject Mr. Kennedy’s generous research donation. As you will be aware, he and his family have been at the forefront of taking on the corrupt establishment for several generations, quite literally risking their own lives in the process. This is a true mark of integrity, something I sincerely believed was at the heart of Keele’s values, too. I hope you will not prove me wrong.
(Please note that Professor Exley had no role in the composition of this letter, and certainly did not encourage me to write it.)
Miri Finch (née Sloboda)