Have any Scottish parliamentarians (MSPs) taken a Covid ‘vaccine’?

According to Public Health Scotland, as of 20 March 2023 the total number of Covid–19 ‘vaccinations’ administered in Scotland was over 15 million doses. Amidst all these inoculations, a curious thought occurred to me. How many of these injections were given to the 129 Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs)? The results may surprise you.

The Covid ‘vaccination’ programme began on 8 December 2020, and much later for younger age groups (summer 2021). You would have expected an extremely low uptake of an experimental injection for a respiratory virus with an infection fatality rate (risk of death) known to be lower than seasonal influenza (as regards the working-age population).   This is confirmed by a peer-reviewed study on the WHO website conducted by the world’s top epidemiologist, Dr John P.A. Ioannidis of Stanford:

In people younger than 70 years, infection fatality rates ranged from 0.00% to 0.31% with crude and corrected medians of 0.05%.

This, however, proved not to be the case, given the popularity of Covid inoculations throughout all age groups, as shown in the data above. If one had been looking at the available data at the time, uptake would be low or zero. Therefore, demonstrably rational thought processes were out of the window in 2020 and beyond.    The military-grade propaganda deliberately employed by the UK Government was extremely effective at garnering compliance. It was supported religiously by our politicians, with incessant fear-mongering by the Government’s supposed pandemic experts, namely anthropologist Prof. Devi Sridhar, psychologist Prof. Linda Bauld and honorary professor Jason Leitch, a qualified consultant oral surgeon from Glasgow. None of these people has any academic training in virology, biology or epidemiology. So naturally, I sought advice elsewhere.   Despite all of the above, the UK and Scottish Governments pushed on with their coercive and illegal tactics to influence people to accept the experimental gene-therapy Covid ‘vaccines’. Their strategies were fully supported and promoted by the Scottish press. A ‘papers please’ society arrived, with derogatory terms such as ‘conspiracy theorist’ and ‘anti-vaxxer’ used for anyone that opposed the mainstream narrative.   Shockingly, this talking point was promoted by the Scottish mainstream press on social media:  
Internment camps
According to the First Minister, those who were refusing or who genuinely held concerns about the ‘vaccine’ programme were:
a small but noisy minority who knowingly spread fear and misinformation about vaccines.
She went on to address that “minority” thus:
Stop being selfish and irresponsible. Stop putting the health and wellbeing of the country at risk. It is time to cease and desist.
So does the evidence above show that mass ‘vaccination’ was ever justified to begin with? Furthermore, what credible evidence is available to confirm to the Scottish public that our MSPs who routinely promoted these novel therapies as ‘safe and effective’ have themselves been inoculated? The First Minister was the only MSP for whom I could find any evidence of receiving a Covid ‘vaccine’.    The then First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, said after receiving her injection:
It was completely pain-free. I didn’t feel a thing.
Nicola Sturgeon receives first shot of the Astra Zeneca vaccine

I was not convinced, so I subsequently submitted a Freedom of Information request, as is my wont. I got precisely nowhere:

FOIA request response
So it appears that privacy was paramount for MSPs—but not for the general public (Scotland introduced ‘vaccine passports’ for certain social settings). I did appeal this response, but was met with the same answer. I found it remarkable to be told that:
This exemption is not subject to the ‘public interest test’.


Surely, full transparency about the Covid inoculation status of our parliamentarians, with non-identifiable percentage statistics, would support the Scottish Government’s case and lead to further confidence and an increased uptake in the ‘vaccine’ programme in order to defeat the virus?   To have to conclude, disturbingly, on the evidence available that most or all Scottish MSPs possibly did not receive any Covid–19 ‘vaccinations’ is not as far-fetched as one might suspect—and, sadly, is the reality we are faced with. Are we just expected to trust that our politicians are telling us the truth?    In 2022, it was revealed by French parliamentarian Jean Lassalle, who was himself severely injured by the Covid injections, that the French president Emmanuel Macron has not received any injections against Covid, along with the majority of deputies at the Assemblée Nationale.    Lassalle said:
I did not know that most of my fellow Members of Parliament were not vaccinated.
In a further show of confidence in the Covid injections, José María Fernández Sousa-Faro, president of Spanish pharmaceutical giant PharmaMara, bought a fake vaccine card.   In 2021, the European Parliament required its members (MEPs) to show Covid certificates in order to enter its buildings, and this policy was later upheld by the Court of Justice of the EU in Luxembourg, more than once.   What I also found at odds with ‘the science’™ was the fact that, unlike the situation in Brussels and Strasbourg, there was never any Covid ‘vaccine’ passport surveillance in place at the Scottish Parliament, and yet that system was widely rolled out on the entire population and forced upon thousands of Scottish businesses.    Thus, in Scotland, continuity of government in the face of a deadly virus (bearing in mind that in the Westminster and Scottish model, all government ministers are parliamentarians) was less important to our ‘public health experts’ than knowing the number of citizens who were ‘vaccinated’ watching a football match or going to a nightclub.   How does that make sense?   It is now obvious these measures were never about controlling any virus, but rather about controlling people within a QR code framework. And on that note, it would be wise to remember that the Scottish Parliament has voted to retain those once ‘temporary’ emergency coronavirus powers, despite 90% of poll respondents being against this. Lockdowns, masks and vaccine passports can all return to Scotland any time, if so chosen by MSPs when confronted with a claimed public health emergency—and we will not know whether the MSPs themselves follow the measures they impose on us.   Is this an experience you want to repeat? The Scottish Government certainly thinks you are up for it. To conclude, I will ask just one question. Who is it that really needs to ‘cease and desist’?
Freedom is the best, I tell thee true,
of all things to be won.
Then never live within the bond
of slavery, my son.
— William Wallace
  Main image: Brian Gerrish incredulous at the ugliness of the Scottish Parliament, June 2023