james delingpole


Nina, James Delingpole

James Delingpole  00:14

Welcome to the Delingpod with me James Delingpole, and I know I always say I’m very excited about this week’s special guest. But I think this one is going to be an absolute stunner. I think she’s got a really important message that needs to get out. It’s urgent. Her name is Nina. She works in a doctor’s surgery. And she’s seen it firsthand the truth about people’s reaction to these so called vaccines. So Nina, I’m going to mainly leave all the speaking to you because your story, I’ve heard little snippets of it, is extraordinary. So tell me first of all about the place you work and your background.

Nina  01:00

It’s a large GP practice in the north of England, and yeah we have lots and lots of patients about 20,000. So it’s pretty intense, and there’s easily over 1000 calls a day we’re receiving.

James Delingpole  01:21

That’s a lot. So you get 1000 calls a day.

Nina  01:24

So many. I mean sometimes it’s beyond that. It’s like fifteen 1600 it’s pretty crazy.

James Delingpole  01:32

Your ears must be burning by the end of the day with that many calls.

Nina  01:37

Absolutely. it is the most intense job I’ve ever had.

James Delingpole  01:42

And what are they all? That’s obviously not the normal level of calls? What’s the normal level pre COVID?

Nina  01:50

I mean well Mondays and Fridays are obviously busier. But like mid week 500 would be a busy day.

James Delingpole  01:59

Right? So this is at least double what you’d normally get?

Nina  02:03

Oh beyond, yeah, I mean, all the staff are complete, not just the receptionist but all the clinicians are completely exhausted by the volume of calls and adverse reactions specifically.

James Delingpole  02:17

This is the thing, isn’t it, you’re about to tell me that these calls are not routine calls, these are calls about adverse reactions to the COVID jab that we are told is perfectly safe.

Nina  02:28

Absolutely. I mean, obviously because sometimes it doesn’t necessarily happen immediately. Although with very old people, it does happen very quickly. Mostly because it’s not immediate that they aren’t connecting it. But these are people and I’ve been purposely focusing on patients that were previously well. They may have had an underlying health condition, say asthma or diabetes or something like that, but it was stable, it was controlled, and their health was relatively stable, to suddenly sometimes quite serious decline.

James Delingpole  03:13

And do you know all these people?  Not personally, no. I mean I know some of them obviously because you do have people that, you know, phone a lot. So sometimes it is the same people, but I mean, when they first started rolling the vaccine out in care homes, I mean, I noticed that straight away the pretty much like immediate deaths of quite a lot of old people.  Really? Yeah. So that’s when I first thought, ah yeah, there’s something not right about all this. I mean, to be honest, I thought it was bullshit before the whole COVID thing. So I was already suspicious of that whole narrative. So then when that started happening, and I was witnessing it, it just kind of changed everything for me. Out of interest, what made you suspicious about the COVID narrative?

Nina  04:10

Well, actually, it was initially just the videos coming out of Wuhan of people collapsing on the streets and things like that. It just looked like total theatre to me. So when everyone was freaking out about that I just took a step back, and as it kind of came over here, I could see that we weren’t getting the volume of calls that we were expecting.

James Delingpole  04:36

Ah, that’s interesting.

Nina  04:38

So I thought we would be completely inundated but no. And I’ve also got quite close connections to people that work in the local hospital, which is like it serves a big northern town and the hospitals were completely empty.

James Delingpole  04:57

Right. So given that that’s the case, why is it that all the people who spoke for the NHS all the doctors and nurses and we saw an interview by the BBC, why do they all come up with a story about how they were being overwhelmed and stuff?

Nina  05:16

I’ve got no idea, I think they scared people to the point where people they were purposely keeping away. So they were cancelling appointments. And they weren’t going to A&E as readily as they were before. So, and I know that firsthand, you know, I often drive around the perimeter of a local hospital, especially now, and there’s nothing going on.

James Delingpole  05:45

Right. So every week, we were supposed to clap for our NHS. And meanwhile, these hospitals that are supposed to be filled with angels working their butts off. This was not strictly true was it, or at least not in your local hospital?

Nina  06:07

No, certainly not. I mean, well they had time for Tick Tock dancers, so that’s how busy they were.

James Delingpole  06:14

Yeah, there were a lot of top quality Tick Tock videos, and of course those things required rehearsals as well.

Nina  06:21

Absolutely, some of them are quite complicated as well.

James Delingpole  06:26

Yeah, I mean, we shouldn’t laugh because acually this is so –

Nina  06:30

– I mean, you’ve got to so James. It’s got to such a ridiculous point now that how can you not?

James Delingpole  06:38

Oh I agree. Dark laughter is the only rational response.  I’m fascinated, obviously, I think a lot of lot of listeners will be about what you’ve personally witnessed. Okay, so you said that they started rolling out the so called vaccine, which isn’t a vaccine. And they started in the old people’s homes. So you would have had clients of the surgery in these old people’s homes? Is that right?

Nina  07:12

Absolutely yes.

James Delingpole  07:14

And so what are we talking? Are people dying within days of getting the jab or what?

Nina  07:20

Well, I mean, there was quite a few, you know, like 80 plus that received vaccinations in like, mid January and then within two weeks they were dead.

James Delingpole  07:35

Right. And do you know anything about the health condition of these people? I mean, if you’re in an old people’s home, they’re going to be fairly frail aren’t they, but were these on their way out or not?

Nina  07:48

Obviously not all some were, but they’ve also what I found outrageous was the DNR the Do Not Resuscitate orders that they were slapping on so many people all the care home residents and vulnerable disabled adults.

James Delingpole  08:08

Where were these DNR notices coming from?

Nina  08:12

Well, I mean, they were put on the patient notes –

James Delingpole  08:17

By who?

Nina  08:18

–  by the doctor.

James Delingpole  08:20

So the individual doctor who was charged with those patients he or she slapped a DNR on them?

Nina  08:28

Yep and then when they started so when they began to deteriorate in the care homes as a result of the vaccination. They then put them on the end of life care pathway which is Midazolam. I mean that just sees you off so quickly, The amount of times I’ve been, you know, in tears when I’ve come home it’s just really sad and distressing to be a part. And I’m ashamed of being a part of it as well.

James Delingpole  09:03

And tell me tell me why you feel ashamed, what do you think is being done wrong here?

Nina  09:10

Will everything, I mean it’s just the surgery’s just become basically a COVID Health service that’s it, they’re not really bothered about anything else.

James Delingpole  09:23

Is that right? So if I wanted, if I were in your area and I had a, I don’t know, I was about to say a nasty cough but that doesn’t work. But if I had, I don’t know, a gammy leg, they wouldn’t be interested.

Nina  09:40

Well, everyone is assessed over the telephone or video call now. But we do have patients that don’t even have a landline. So what do they do? Because we have shut the doors they can’t get in. So when they do turn up which they do, some of them try to get in, we have an intercom system wnd we were told to tell them to go away.

James Delingpole  10:05

So you’ve had people sick people lurking outside, you’re desperate for treatment, and they’ve been turned away –

Nina  10:12

– Yes yes yes –

James Delingpole  10:12

– by our NHS?

Nina  10:14

By me.

James Delingpole  10:15

By you?

Nina  10:16


James Delingpole  10:16

I can see why that’s personally upsetting for you.

Nina  10:18


James Delingpole  10:19

That’s horrible.

Nina  10:20

So it doesn’t make me feel great, obviously.

James Delingpole  10:23

No. Well, I can imagine.

Nina  10:25

And this is one of the main reasons why I’m doing this now.

James Delingpole  10:30

Well, it’s very brave of you. I mean, I’m going to ask you in a minute why you think more people aren’t speaking out? We’ll come to that in a moment. But I mean, my understanding of when you go to see the doctor, a key part of that process is face to face encounter with examination, which gives the doctor the chance to well examine you.

Nina  10:58

I mean, absolutely, the chance of a misdiagnosis happening is so high. It’s terrifying. And things are getting missed. And obviously, the enormous backlog that the NHS now has. I mean. Its disasterous.

James Delingpole  11:14

Are you well, actually, I’ll ask you about untreated undiagnosed conditions in a moment, but I just wanted to ask you more about the care homes first. So there is very much a propaganda machine, I guess you’d call it, which is defending the NHS denying that the vaccines are anything other than a miracle, nurses are angels, and so on, and so on and so forth. I imagine that people will say, well, it’s just a coincidence that these old people died within what, how many days of the vaccine generally?

Nina  11:53

A couple of weeks, in some cases, obviously, some ongoing deteriorations, which eventually kills them.

James Delingpole  12:04

Right. But generally, what are you finding? How quick is the reaction to the –

Nina  12:10

– well, we’ve had a few, but it was pretty much within 12 hours. But that’s not a common occurrence. So it would be more common for it to be like a week or two weeks. Two weeks seems to be the magic number for some reason.

James Delingpole  12:31

Right? And what sort of when you have deterioration? what’s are the most common reactions to the (inaudible) – – heart problems. For some reason, like infected legs, and like really awful things like that. Headaches, obviously, but like severe, debilitating headaches. Yeah just lots of heart things and also as well recently much more recently because they’ve been vaccinating much younger people. Menstrual problems. What kind of, so obviously this is for the younger people yeah –

Nina  13:11

– no I’m talking about, you know, ladies that have maybe gone through menopause so mid to late 50s, but perhaps haven’t had a period for, I don’t know, five years that suddenly begin to menstruate again. So I mean, that really scared me. I was obviously, cuz I’m a woman, but like, what is it? what is it actually doing?

James Delingpole  13:35

Cos I don’t think it’s that they’re becoming fertile again, is it?

Nina  13:39

No, absolutely not. It’s damage of some kind.

James Delingpole  13:42

Right? How many so at a guess how many of these cases have you had?

Nina  13:46

Oh many many? Don’t forget we have 20,000 patients?

James Delingpole  13:52

20,000? So are we talking hundreds?

Nina  13:54

Yes hundreds.

James Delingpole  13:57

Really, and so you get to hear about this what because they call up the surgery?

Nina  14:02

We have to ask them, you know, well give a brief description as to why they want the call. So we have to take booking notes for that. So that’s how you find out the basic information, and then –

James Delingpole  14:11

So you get all these confidential details with -.

Nina  14:22

– but then I often go back and check after they’ve had the phone consultation, what the outcome was.

James Delingpole  14:30

Why what do you mean, after the, yeah okay. What do they say?

Nina  14:35

Well the doctors obviously, it’s not all patients, but some patients will suggest it was as a result of the vaccine. And that is always noted. If it’s mentioned, but then the doctor will always manage to convince them it isn’t.

James Delingpole  14:55


Nina  14:56

Yeah. So there’s there’s only been, I think, one Yellow Card report from my knowledge anyway, just one.

James Delingpole  15:06

So, just confirm this. You’re saying that hundreds of, presumably you haven’t started vaccinating people below their 40s. So you are talking mostly sort of middle aged postmenopausal women –

Nina  15:23

– yes. And you’re saying that hundreds of them have had sort of periods coming back after they’ve had the menopause. And they’ve gone to the doctor. I can’t imagine that this thing happens normally. And they’ve gone to the doctor, and the doctor has said, this has nothing to do with the vaccine.  Yeah.

James Delingpole  15:44

But the doctor, given the doctors have dealt with hundreds of these cases, they must know that what they’re saying is not true.

Nina  15:51

Well, they get paid a lot of money.

James Delingpole  15:56

Yes, what is the deal with that? Am I right in thinking that doctors get a sort of vaccine bonus?

Nina  16:02

Yeah they get money every time they vaccinate somebody.

James Delingpole  16:07

Right. What do they get, do you know?

Nina  16:10

I don’t know individual prices, but I think for the COVID one, it’s probably about I think I read it was about 15 pounds per patient. And it’s I think it’s more actually for care homes, I think that’s about 25.

James Delingpole  16:27

But do you think it’s a fair enough inference to say that the doctors are lying?

Nina  16:35

I would say that that’s what I think they’re doing.

James Delingpole  16:38

Because they, I mean, okay, if you had one or two patients with this problem, you’d  think well, it’s a coincidence. But hundreds? No.

Nina  16:48

I think they are just doing what they’re told.

James Delingpole  16:53

And who’s telling them?

Nina  16:55

Well everything that, I think I don’t know because I’m not management, so I don’t get access to that kind of information. But I’m assuming it’s NHS England. And the government directives? I mean, I can’t think where else it would come from? And are you, presumably you’re giving both the Pfizer and the AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines? Are those the two?  Yes.

James Delingpole  17:20

And do you find any difference in the responses to these? Or is it much of a muchness?

Nina  17:28

I would say there is more so with the AstraZeneca.

James Delingpole  17:31

More problems?

Nina  17:32

Yeah, much more problems yeah. But generally, they’re all causing problems.

James Delingpole  17:39

Right. So okay, so going back to the other symptoms apart from the disrupted menstrual cycles –

Nina  17:45

– yeah, I’ve noticed as well quite a lot of falls, increased confusion, obviously breathing problems, postvaccination shaking came up quite a few times, chest pains. But also, I think it does something to so we were talking about what it is to ladies cycles and things like that. We also I think it also does things to men as well, lots of prostate things are appearing all of a sudden.

James Delingpole  18:20

Oh really, swollen –

Nina  18:23

– prostate, tumours, cos don’t forget, you know, these people have been vaccinated a lot of them for a few months now.

James Delingpole  18:32

Yes ah.

Nina  18:34

Some since December, in the care homes, that was when we started doing some of those. So, you know, it’s becoming more apparent.

James Delingpole  18:44

So some of these problems are arising months after the vaccine?

Nina  18:48

Yeah.  That’s interesting, and in different forms. So you might get headaches at the beginning and then sort of prostate later.  Yeah. And also eye problems as well.

James Delingpole  19:01


Nina  19:02

That’s another thing.

James Delingpole  19:03

What kind of eye problems?

Nina  19:05

Just deterioration of sight. Sometimes blindness.

James Delingpole  19:09

You’ve had people go blind?

Nina  19:10

In one eye yeah.

James Delingpole  19:13

That’s quite a big deal. What permanently blind?

Nina  19:16

In one eye, well so far yes.

James Delingpole  19:19

Whoa. Okay, so you’ve had patients –

Nina  19:26

– and this is this is awful, James, I don’t want to say this, but lots of like blood and stools, people that just start soiling themselves for no reason that weren’t doing that before. So the damage is doing it’s not just doing to the heart, the brain. It’s all over. It’s all over.

James Delingpole  19:49

Ah, I really am shocked actually. Are we talking, what sort of age group are we talking or is it across the board?

Nina  19:56

It’s well obviously, initially it was very old, but obviously, that age is now coming right down. I mean, there was a 30 year old lady I spoke with the other day, who very recently, I mean, she’s got some health problems, but not unrelated to what she told me on the phone. So she had the Pfizer one actually, and then the next day she had a massive lump that just appeared on her neck, which is still there. So these are things that are just appearing on people’s bodies, like big lesions, lumps, infected legs. I mean, it’s crazy. And they’re rolling their sleeves up and demanding more, which is the craziest part of it all?

James Delingpole  20:47

Because they don’t imagine that it was the jab that did it, or is it because of the sort of out of a sense of public duty?

Nina  20:55

I just think that I think there’s a little bit of public duty going on, and, you know, that also links in with, you know, the virtue signalling that goes along with being a hero type of shit.

James Delingpole  21:06


Nina  21:06

You know, there’s loads of that going on. But I’ve noticed that in my colleagues, they think they’re heroes, and it makes me sick.

James Delingpole  21:14

Does it? what they think they’re heroes merely for working for the NHS?

Nina  21:19


James Delingpole  21:20

Right, because they bought into the government’s narrative.

Nina  21:23

They’re frightened. There’s very few people that I associate with that think it’s, you know, bullshit.

James Delingpole  21:34

Really, they are all genuinely scared that if you don’t get this vaccine, they’ll die.

Nina  21:40

Yeah. And I thought these were intelligent people. But no, they watch the BBC News. And they don’t do their own research, they’re just blind.

James Delingpole  21:55

Right. Right, so you mentioned the 30 year old woman. Have you had any sort of younger people dying of these vaccines?

Nina  22:09

Not yet, but we’ve not really gone below the 40s yet. So I’m pretty sure we’ll see that soon. But yeah, we’ve had like 43 year olds pass away.

James Delingpole  22:25

I’ll call that young.

Nina  22:27

That is young. Well it’s younger than me.

James Delingpole  22:30

Well, yeah. So you’ve had a 43 year old die?

Nina  22:33

Yeah, 54, 62, 24.

James Delingpole  22:37


Nina  22:38


James Delingpole  22:39

You’ve had a 24 year old die?

Nina  22:41


James Delingpole  22:42


Nina  22:43

I think that person was disabled.

James Delingpole  22:46


Nina  22:47

Like physically disabled in a wheelchair. And their parents thought it would be a good idea to give that poor person this vaccination.

James Delingpole  22:58

And right, and was that disabled person somebody who had a DNR order put on them?

Nina  23:08

Yes, I think I think they did yes.

James Delingpole  23:11

Because this is this is one of the weird. I mean, I’m quite surprised by this. There genuinely does seem to be Do Not Resuscitate labels seem to be attached to disabled people.

Nina  23:22


James Delingpole  23:23

Which is, I’m sorry it’s like something out of Dr. Mengele.

Nina  23:28


James Delingpole  23:32

But do these patients know that they’ve got Do Not Resuscitate things being stuck on to their files?

Nina  23:40

Some do? Some consent to it, especially the older people in care homes. But quite often, there’s been a few cases where the family found out about it, and obviously, they’ve not been happy and they’ve made that clear and they’ve had it removed. And you know, I applaud those families.

James Delingpole  24:06

So the Do Not Resuscitate thing means that what you get put on this kind of pathway towards this and get given the drugs?

Nina  24:14

They basically speed it up, they don’t try to slow it down they just speed it up.

James Delingpole  24:19

Right. Okay. So, you’ve heard, so tell me about some of these, these people under 50 dying. Did they have underlying conditions or what?

Nina  24:33

Well they, obviously that person did that was 24. But there was a 36 year old and a 43 year old that died recently, which I believe was as a result of the AstraZeneca. They both have the same vaccine. And they both got like swollen feet. Then the next thing was they couldn’t walk, then severe headaches, A&E trips with said problems, and then they died in hospital.

James Delingpole  25:10

Did they?

Nina  25:11


James Delingpole  25:12

And what, do we know what they died off?

Nina  25:15

Well, we’ll probably put COVID won’t they?

James Delingpole  25:20

They probably will, yes, they probably will. Well, what I mean is what was the kind? Yeah. And we suspected –

Nina  25:27

– I don’t know, we don’t get access to death certificates. So we don’t really see them.

James Delingpole  25:34

But that’s really frightening, those are young people. And did they? Were they otherwise healthy as far as you know?

Nina  25:41

As far as I’m aware. yeah. They weren’t known to me. So you have like people that phone up regularly that you actually get to know. And these people that have passed away were unknown to me. So –

James Delingpole  25:55

The fact that they both had swollen feet developing after the vaccine seemed to indicate to me that this is not some random thing that appeared from the blue.

Nina  26:03


James Delingpole  26:06

And, okay, so how much of this stuff is being reported to Yellow Card system by the doctors?

Nina  26:16

Well I like said as far as I’m aware 1.

James Delingpole  26:20


Nina  26:21

  1. And that was because the family insisted on it? They basically said to the doctor, if you don’t do it, then we will.

James Delingpole  26:30

Right. So all the others, give me an idea of the number of deaths there have been?

Nina  26:40


James Delingpole  26:44

Well I suppose in a practice, I mean, that’s –

Nina  26:46

– adverse reactions 1000s.

James Delingpole  26:47


Nina  26:48

1000s and 1000s.

James Delingpole  26:52

And none of these are being reported?

Nina  26:53


James Delingpole  26:56

But whose job is it out of interest to report these adverse reactions and deaths?

Nina  27:00

Well, I mean, anybody can. A member of the public can, can do it, but if you know you’re dealing with a patient who’s, because lots of them have, you know, stated they think it’s as a result of the vaccine. So the patients have told the doctor, that’s what they think it is.

James Delingpole  27:18


Nina  27:19

And the doctor basically reassures them, placates them, convinces them it’s nothing, it’s not connected, nothing to do with it.

James Delingpole  27:28

And do you think that that might have the effect of persuading these people not to report it?

Nina  27:33

Yes. Because people trust doctors. I don’t anymore, obviously.

James Delingpole  27:39

Yes, that must have been an eye opener. I mean, I have to say, I have been through the same process. I’m actually scared of going to see my doctors now because I don’t trust them.

Nina  27:49

No, me neither. And I think we’re right not to.

James Delingpole  27:54

Right. But it’s not as though the medical profession is a kind of magnet for immoral or evil people, is it? Something’s clearly happened to people who presumably became medics out of a sense of vocation?

Nina  28:10

Yeah,  I think well not the clinicians aren’t, like the nurses, and you know, at that level, they’re not paid particularly well, but the doctors certainly are. And they like to spend money on, you know, flash cars, and so we’ve got we’ve got, you know, GPs in our practice that are in flashy, you know, big Range Rovers and things like that so they love money.

James Delingpole  28:41

Right. And do you, so there’s you, who else is sceptical in your practice?

Nina  28:52

Only really a couple of others. But none of the clinicians, just my colleagues then that I work directly with really,

James Delingpole  29:03

So none of the doctors and one of the nurses?

Nina  29:05

No. There is one doctor that looks like she’s going to have a nervous breakdown.

James Delingpole  29:09


Nina  29:09

She looks like she might crack.

James Delingpole  29:12


Nina  29:13

But other than that, they all seem to be quite enjoying not, they don’t want it to go back to the way it was before.

James Delingpole  29:21

Cos they don’t have to see see any of the patients.

Nina  29:24

You sometimes go into the room to get like a prescription signed or something like that, and they’ve just got their feet up on the desk, you know.

James Delingpole  29:32


Nina  29:33

Laughing all the way to the bank. Totally.

James Delingpole  29:36

That must be like a horrible thing to see?

Nina  29:44

They all disgust me.

James Delingpole  29:46

Do they?  Yes, well, I can see why you’re speaking out. I mean that is really shocking.

Nina  29:54

Yes, and I’ve just had enough James, I’ve got to the point where I just I feel like I’m gonna go mad if I don’t say something.

James Delingpole  30:02

And what do you think? Did they try and persuade you to have a jab yourself?

Nina  30:10

Yes. But I haven’t. You’ll be proud of me, James. I’ve not –

James Delingpole  30:16

– were put under pressure to take the job?

Nina  30:19

Yes. My job was threatened very briefly.

James Delingpole  30:23

And how did the threat disappear?

Nina  30:27

Because I just said that’s illegal, you can’t do that.

James Delingpole  30:29

Ah well done. Yes, that’s a good one.

Nina  30:32

I said that was coercion and if it means that I lose my job, fine.

James Delingpole  30:38

Well done. So has everyone else had the jab?

Nina  30:43

Most of them, there’s only a couple of us that haven’t.

James Delingpole  30:48

And the the other ones that haven’t do they work with you in reception?

Nina  30:52


James Delingpole  30:54

So you’ve obviously talked about this?

Nina  30:55


James Delingpole  30:57

Because there must, well I mean after what you’ve told me, I’m amazed that anybody who works in a doctor’s surgery would get the vaccine themselves. I mean, I do hear that there is some resistance isn’t there among doctors and nurses to take in this thing?

Nina  31:16

Well, not from my perspective, but I know quite a few people that work in care homes.

James Delingpole  31:26


Nina  31:26

And they’re not going for it.

James Delingpole  31:29

And presumably that means they’re going to lose their jobs cos it’s going to be made compulsory, isn’t it?

Nina  31:34

Oh, I didn’t know that. Is it?

James Delingpole  31:36

I think so. I think the government has issued a new edict that it’s made it illegal (inaudible).

Nina  31:43

Right that’s terrible.

James Delingpole  31:43

Yes. And you told me something else about in a previous conversation we had about the effect that these jabs have on people that they become kind of –

Nina  31:47

– different people –

James Delingpole  31:58

– different people. Is that true?

Nina  32:04

Certainly, from what I’ve seen. It’s like neurological damage, that’s the only way I could describe it really. It’s like they’re not as on the ball in their jobs. And they seem very distracted and just not, just different, like talking to a different person.

James Delingpole  32:28

These are what your fellow receptionists or what?

Nina  32:30

No, no, no, the clinicians.

James Delingpole  32:33

The clinicians?

Nina  32:33

Yeah. Well, just to go back to when the vaccination rollout happened for health care workers.

James Delingpole  32:42


Nina  32:43

So they all went and had the job, and they were all off. There was so much sickness.

James Delingpole  32:50

Was there?

Nina  32:51


James Delingpole  32:52

Do we know what, headaches again?

Nina  32:54

Yeah, just like very severe flu like symptoms, but also, one of my colleagues had like a big lump under her armpit. And another one had like a big lump at the site of the injection like a tennis ball.

James Delingpole  33:11


Nina  33:12

And I’m just looking at everyone thinking that they’re all mad.

James Delingpole  33:17

It’s funny actually, I had an example of this. I do this online exercise class. And you see, you know, the person who’s in charge of the class asks how everybody is. And there was somebody who had a really badly swollen arm and itd had been swollen for two or three days. And there was a time when you would show great sympathy for this person with this, you know, that’s not normal. But the very much the attitude I noticed was, Oh, yeah, well, you know, you’ll live with it, soldier on, and I was thinking is there some weird thing they’re putting in the water that’s making us all accept the unacceptable.

Nina  34:09

Yeah, I think everyone’s drunk the Kool Aid apart from us, James.

James Delingpole  34:13

It’s so weird, isn’t it?

Nina  34:15

It is so weird. I feel like an alien because I don’t wear masks, and I don’t socially distance from the people that I love.

James Delingpole  34:25


Nina  34:26

I cuddle them.

James Delingpole  34:28

I hugged my mother when it was illegal to do so. When Michael Gove hadn’t given me permission. That’s the kind of devil may care I am. So, okay, so yep so you’ve seen clinicians, when you say clinicians is that same as a doctor?

Nina  34:50

Doctors, nurses.

James Delingpole  34:51

Doctors, nurses.

Nina  34:52


James Delingpole  34:53

So they obviously did have the job, they didn’t just have a kind of placebo or anything.

Nina  34:57

No, that’s the celebrity vaccine James.

James Delingpole  35:02

Does it exist?

Nina  35:03

I believe so, have you not seen that letter that was circulating on Twitter about two or three weeks ago? Somebody had had the vaccination, and then a few days later received a letter from the surgery saying there’s been some kind of error and you were given a saline solution. So you need to come back and have your proper vaccination. you.

James Delingpole  35:29

I definitely want, I want the celebrity one. I totally will. I’ll even have one of those intramuscular ones you get in your bottom. If that’s the price I have to pay for.

Nina  35:43

Well they were on about anal swabs at one point, so what’s the difference?

James Delingpole  35:47

They were on about, I think that was I think the whole anal swab thing was the Chinese just playing us as they have been throughout this this particular.

Nina  35:56

Yeah mocking us, yeah.

James Delingpole  35:58

Mocking us yeah, how much will the stupid gweilo take before, you know, before they call us out on our bullshit, and apparently, a lot more will take before we call them out? So? Um, well I mean, you must be very unhappy in your job.

Nina  36:15

Yes, extremely.

James Delingpole  36:17

I mean, you must feel a bit like the angel of death having all these people coming in.

Nina  36:22

I just feel like a complete hypocrite because of my beliefs.

James Delingpole  36:26

Well, and what is going to happen? I imagine this surgery is eager now for younger blood. It’s going to be targeting –

Nina  36:37

– absolutely –

James Delingpole  36:37

– pregnant women and children.

Nina  36:39

Yeah, they can’t wait. They can’t wait.

James Delingpole  36:43

Cos I suppose actually 20,000 times say 15 pounds is –

Nina  36:49

– very profitable, yeah very profitable.

James Delingpole  36:51

Yeah. I mean that’s what is that 300,000 pounds?

Nina  36:56


James Delingpole  36:56

Yeah I think it is.

Nina  36:57

It’s a lot anyway.

James Delingpole  36:59

That’s pretty good. And are the patients given any indication that there may be side effects when they come in and take these vaccines? I mean –

Nina  37:11

– no, they are not given full informed consent.

James Delingpole  37:17


Nina  37:19

They tell them that they might have soreness at the site, you know, a bit of a dead arm cold flu symptoms, but that’s it.

James Delingpole  37:29


Nina  37:30

They don’t say, you know, your legs might swell up and your brain might explode. Because if they did, people wouldn’t take it, they’d walk out. Oh and we’ve had a few that have just collapsed as soon as they’ve had it and ended up being taken to hospital.

James Delingpole  37:45


Nina  37:46


James Delingpole  37:48

And is there not any? Surely word of mouth?

Nina  37:54

I know.

James Delingpole  37:56

Is word of mouth not happening?

Nina  37:58

Well, I mean, it is from me. I’m trying to wake everybody up, but they don’t want to listen, I think there’s a lot of cognitive dissonance going on.

James Delingpole  38:10

Yes, what you said at the –

Nina  38:13

– to the point where they’re not even thinking y’know in terms of reality anymore. I don’t think they’re connected to reality.

James Delingpole  38:23

What I was gonna say from what you were saying earlier about, people are genuinely fearful of death if they don’t get the jab.

Nina  38:32


James Delingpole  38:32

I can imagine them coming, like, I don’t ‘t know like sort of hurling themselves gratefully off the cliff like those Japanese on that Pacific island in the war.

Nina  38:43

Oh yeah they love it, then, you know, they’ve had the first one and then they were constantly phoning when am I gonna have the second one.

James Delingpole  38:54

Really, they’re that enthusiastic about it?

Nina  38:56

Oh, yeah, absolutely.

James Delingpole  38:58


Nina  38:59

I mean I was shocked at how many people went for it.

James Delingpole  39:06

Right. And here you are speaking from the north. I’d always thought that the North was a place of –

Nina  39:16

– no nonsense –

James Delingpole  39:17

– robust common sense.

Nina  39:19

Yes. You’d think wouldn’t you?

James Delingpole  39:21

You really would actually.

Nina  39:24

But no, I’m definitely in the minority here.

James Delingpole  39:29


Nina  39:31

But my partner’s on the same page as me which helps obviously.

James Delingpole  39:36

You are so lucky.

Nina  39:37


James Delingpole  39:37

You have no no idea how much division this has caused within families.

Nina  39:42

Yeah I know it’s so sad.

James Delingpole  39:44

It is.

Nina  39:45

It’s so needless as well, that’s that’s what really sticks in my craw because there’s no reason for this to be even happening.

James Delingpole  39:53

Yeah, because what you think the vaccine is unnecessary.

Nina  39:59

Completely unnecessary?

James Delingpole  40:02

Because what you’ve seen is that this is presumably no worse than any other kind of –

Nina  40:09

– I mean, it’s so toxic, I don’t know what the hell is in it. Well, you can kind of find out what’s in it, but is that what’s in it? You know, I even question that.

James Delingpole  40:21

And what happens? Say I was a member of your, what do they call them? Customers no what are they called?

Nina  40:28


James Delingpole  40:28

Patients. Suppose I was a patient at your surgery and you contacted me for the vax, and I said no. What would happen?

Nina  40:38

We just code it as declined.

James Delingpole  40:41


Nina  40:42

And that’s it you wouldn’t hear from us again? But I personally have received many many, I’ve received two letters, four text messages within a few weeks.

James Delingpole  40:56

Are you a patient at your practice?

Nina  41:01

No, no not where I work no thankfully.

James Delingpole  41:04

No. So the the practice where you’re a patient has been much more proactive in trying to get you to take the vaccine?

Nina  41:13

It would seem so we don’t seem to employ such, you know, bully boy tactic, but yeah.

James Delingpole  41:21

And if you’ve turned down the I keep mistakenly call it a vaccine, which it isn’t. If you turn down the jab, do you get a sort of black mark against you or anything or?

Nina  41:35

Well, not as far as I’m aware? I don’t know, you know, what goes on at management level? They could well be I don’t know. But I also know that patients have been turned away from the local hospital for treatment because they’ve not had the vaccination.

James Delingpole  41:54

Is that right?

Nina  41:56

I’ve heard that directly from a person that was declined.

James Delingpole  42:02

And what was their condition?

Nina  42:04

They were having just like the camera down the throat?  I don’t know the – – endoscopy that’s the one that, and they basically got there and then they were asked whether as to their vaccination status, and they said, “Oh, I haven’t had it,” so they said “I’m afraid you can’t have the procedure?”

James Delingpole  42:10

– endoscopy – Well, well, well.

Nina  42:30

But I’ve heard a few reports of that from patients on the phone, as well.

James Delingpole  42:38

And what I haven’t asked you about is, has there been a kind of increase in cancer deaths from people who’ve haven’t had their cancer spotted in time, bBecause of, you know, for obvious reasons.

Nina  42:55

Well we don’t get to read the death certificate, you know, the reason for death?

James Delingpole  43:01


Nina  43:02

So I wouldn’t like to say but symptom wise, yes.

James Delingpole  43:08

What do you mean symptom wise?

Nina  43:10

Well, you know the signs of cancer, certain types of cancer, obviously, you know, chest problems, lung cancers, and things like that. Also, lots of prostate problems. And then somebody died quite recently who was in his mid 60s, but he’d had a prostate issue many many years ago.

James Delingpole  43:34


Nina  43:35

Then had the vaccination and it killed him within three weeks.

James Delingpole  43:39

Oh right.

Nina  43:40

So it was like a really aggressive tumour that just returned from 20 years ago.

James Delingpole  43:45


Nina  43:46


James Delingpole  43:46

So that’s another one to chalk up to the vaccine.

Nina  43:49


James Delingpole  43:50

And do you get, suicides seems to be something, there seems to be a few records of this.

Nina  44:00

The mental health problem is off the scale.

James Delingpole  44:04

Is it?

Nina  44:05

The amount of calls we receive from suicidal patients. Also, you know, family members concerned about the relative and their state of mind. And yeah, we’ve had quite a lot of suicides as well.

James Delingpole  44:21

Have you? What more than you’d have in a normal –

Nina  44:23

– oh a lot more. A lot more.

James Delingpole  44:25

Again, what numbers are we talking here?

Nina  44:29

Hundreds again,

James Delingpole  44:31

Hundreds of suicides?

Nina  44:32


James Delingpole  44:35


Nina  44:35


James Delingpole  44:36

How do they kill themselves?

Nina  44:38

It’s normally an overdose and there’s lots of people that are actively trying to kill themselves as well. We have so many people overdosing because we’ll receive A&E reports.

James Delingpole  44:51


Nina  44:51

So obviously, we’re frontdesk we get the mail, we open the mail, we see the mail, so we can see the A&E reports coming in, things of that nature. So yeah, it’s terrifying.

James Delingpole  45:07

What is it that they taking? What are they overdosing on?

Nina  45:12

It’s normally antidepressants so they’re already, you know, maybe suffering from depression, so they’re on medication? Yeah, um, they’ll just either store it or maybe not take it for a little bit and then take too many and overdose purposely,

James Delingpole  45:29

Right? So these are generally patients who have already shown sort of depressive tendencies.

Nina  45:38

But that is huge, the amount of patients that have taken antidepressants is huge.

James Delingpole  45:45

What you mean has it it has it increased in the last –

Nina  45:48

– yes, definitely. Definitely. And people with like anxiety is so bad they’ve not left the house since last March.

James Delingpole  45:58


Nina  46:01

Because say if you had OCD anyway.

James Delingpole  46:03


Nina  46:04

You know, and then this happened, you know, it would push them over the edge in terms of hygiene and not wanting to get bugs or viruses or anything like that. So yeah, it’s exploded.

James Delingpole  46:20


Nina  46:21

And it’s in very young people that as well, that mental health kind of crisis.

James Delingpole  46:27

What age are we talking?

Nina  46:28

Oh from like, we’re even getting, you know, depressed 10 year olds.

James Delingpole  46:35

And are they being given antidepressants?

Nina  46:37

Some. Obviously very mild ones.

James Delingpole  46:43

So the doctors are just churning out these anti depressant prescriptions?

Nina  46:49

Oh yeah. well they’d rather do that than, you know, signpost them to therapy or, you know, something that would actually be meaningful and possibly help you deal with whatever trauma you’ve had in your life which would be a better option, obviously.

James Delingpole  47:06

So there are one or two conclusions one can draw from this, either you are a crank who is determined to slur the good name of our NHS, but actually what you’re describing is completely unrepresentative of what’s going on in the country or this is happening because I can’t imagine that you’re a typical a, or this is happening across the country.

Nina  47:34

It’s got to be it has got to be.

James Delingpole  47:37

So why are people like you so rare? Cos I mean there have been a few whistleblowers, but very few, you know, relatively few given the scale of this. Why is that?

Nina  47:51

I think people have bought the narrative. I also think that most people don’t do their own research. So I think those things coupled together. You know, most people are just fast asleep. But did they just watch the telly? I don’t watch the telly. So, you know, I don’t watch the news. And well, I sometimes have a little listen to it on the radio just to see what nonsense they’re coming out with today. But I generally don’t, you know, don’t pay attention to mainstream media at all.

James Delingpole  48:28

I think it’s certainly the case that almost all the people of our persuasion don’t touch the news. I mean, I don’t watch TV news. I don’t read the newspapers.

Nina  48:40

No, me neither. So yeah, I think there’s just, the people are scared, people are ignorant. There’s also a lot of very stupid people out there that don’t question anything.

James Delingpole  48:59

Yes, but as you said earlier there are also quite a few intelligent people who are falling for this.

Nina  49:06

Yeah, that’s probably more scary, because, you know, you can understand the idiots not knowing, but –

James Delingpole  49:11

– idiots will do what idiots will do. Yes. I mean, very intelligent people who think that they’re gonna die.

Nina  49:16

But they’ve enjoyed, like basking in the glory of, you know, being an NHS hero. I’ve seen it in my colleagues.

James Delingpole  49:33

They’ve actually bought into this?

Nina  49:36

Yeah, I was embarrassed by it.

James Delingpole  49:40

Yeah, have you encountered anyone else in the medical profession you’ve been able to talk to about all this?

Nina  49:52

No. You can’t engage with them. I mean, I’ve tested the water with a few. You know asked a few questions, and they’ve just shut me down pretty much.

James Delingpole  50:09

The last London march I went on, I saw some people some women in nurses uniforms.

Nina  50:16

Yeah I saw those ladies.

James Delingpole  50:18

And I was very impressed with their courage. I presume they were nurses? Yeah, I wish I had time to talk to them, but I imagine that. Are you going to any of the the marches?

Nina  50:33

I plan to? I haven’t as yet, but I do plan to.

James Delingpole  50:40

The 15th I think is a, there are lots of marches all at rallies all over the country. And I must say, I found my experiences at the London rally you come away on a cloud, because you’re know you’re not alone.

Nina  50:56

They look amazing.

James Delingpole  50:59

They are and they’re all such good people. They are they’re just it’s like, if you had to be exiled to an island, these are the people you’d want with you the best.

Nina  51:10

Oh I couldn’t agree more. That’s a brilliant way of looking at.

James Delingpole  51:17

Yeah, well I hope we can bring people round to the cause of truth. So finally, tell me if somebody was considering having one of these vaccines, what would you say to them?

Nina  51:32

Well, obviously I would say, don’t have it, just don’t. Or at least do some research into it first, and then at least you’ll be going in with full informed consent. If you do want to still have it, then at least you’ll know all of the possible risks.

James Delingpole  51:53


Nina  51:54

And I’d also like to plead with anyone that’s doing what I’m doing, or even just adopting or whatever in that industry, to just please come forward and share your story because this cannot it can’t be hidden anymore. What’s happening in GP surgeries and hospitals, they’ve basically just shut the door on everybody else. And people are dying as a result of that, as well as the vaccines. So it’s catastrophic what’s happening.

James Delingpole  52:38

Yeah, it’s not I imagine what you thought you would be doing when you join the NHS?

Nina  52:45

No, no, obviously I did it because I’m a caring, you know, I do care about people and I want to help people, so that’s initially why I chose to do that job. But now I just, I just feel like a complete hypocrite. And it just makes me uncomfortable, and unhappy. Yeah.

James Delingpole  53:09

I’m so sorry to hear that, but thank you, thank you so much for speaking out.

Nina  53:13

No problem James, thank you for asking me.

James Delingpole  53:15

I hope it will be widely shared, I hope. Anyway, good luck. I’m going to turn the tape recorder off now that I’ll speak to you again.


  1. Thank you so much to Nina for coming forward and for your work James to share.
    I am, sadly, one of the suckers who had the first AZ jab – under threat of loosing job – and definitely not getting the second one as I had nosebleeds for 3 months after and initial mother of all flu and pain reaction for a week. I work for NHS as a contractor in one of the really huge hospitals so have a lot of insight too. Would be very happy to share my story which will back up Nina in terms of the side effects – periods, lumps and bumps etc. I have autoimmune disease plus CKD so lead very healthy diet life and take preventative vit D etc which I believe has helped me recover.

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      Sorry to hear that Zdenka. How terrible that you were threatened with the loss of your job. Now that you know, you should raise a claim under your employers insurance firm telling them that you were given full informed consent because if that vaccine damages you in the near future, they are fully liable for you and the protection of their staff as your employer. Consider serrapeptase for your immune disease, which is a wonderful natural anti-inflammatory agent that works fast.

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