Summary by JW Williams
The Tavistock Institute that has been accused of mass social engineering, was created with funding from the Rockefellers. The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust is part of Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) socialized medical system and is a non-profit corporation that provides research, treatment and training. Foundation trusts provide over half of all NHS hospital and mental health services, but are not directed by the government.
The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, England’s flagship child sex change clinic, is trying to dismiss an internal report by its medical staff, led by Dr. Bell, that was leaked last year and warned that children are at risk of “long term damage” as they are put onto life-changing drugs as a quick fix for their psychological problems and/or autism without sufficient assessment. The push for children to change their sex comes from pressure from pro-transgender activist groups such as Mermaids UK, that lobbies to abolish a minimum age for gender-confused children to take sex change drugs that cause permanent sterility. Over the past five years, the number of children referred to the Tavistock Centre has risen from 468 to 2,519 a year, a rise of more than 400%. The health of thousands of children is at stake.
Mermaids has been accused of using intimidation and blackmail to promote fertility-compromising “treatments” for underage children — and was even ordered not to contact a family after a judge ruled a woman, who was being advised by the group, had been abusing her 7-year-old son by forcing him to live as a girl. The group is also accused of using intimidation and blackmail to promote their agenda and creating “an atmosphere of significant persecution” for the staff at the Tavistock clinic, which has failed to stand up to Mermaids. The UK National Lottery recently awarded $664,000 to Mermaids.
Summary by JW Williams
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