Dr. Ahmad Malik has been suspended without pay for speaking up about Covid vaccine harms and challenging the U.K. Government’s narrative on the ‘safe and effective’ experimental jabs.
Over the last several years, Dr. Malik, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon in London, has posted online messages and videos highlighting research into the side-effects and efficacy of the Covid vaccines. Considering that well-founded concerns about harms and lack of benefit were being ignored or covered up, he called for a suspension of the vaccines to ensure a thorough investigation.
This led to complaints and he was suspended by his hospital and referred to the General Medical Council (GMC).
The result, says Dr. Malik, in that he has lost most of his income, his reputation is being dragged through the mud and his professional practice is being harmed for as long as the suspension continues.
Dr. Malik is now taking legal action against his employer and he needs your help. Fundamentally at stake are patient safety and freedom of speech, he says, as when doctors are not free to give their professional medical opinion without threat of repercussions, patient safety is impossible.
You can find out more and donate to the fundraiser for his legal costs here. All funds raised will go towards legal costs only and if there are any left over they will be donated to a fund for the vaccine injured or to support other doctors whose medical free speech is under threat.
Dr. Malik writes:
My name is Ahmad Malik and I am an honest surgeon passionate about free speech and medical ethics.
I have been suspended without pay and cancelled because I dare to challenge the Government narrative, defend informed consent, oppose mandates and lockdowns, question experimental jabs and insist that there are only two biological sexes.
I am raising funds to take legal action against the hospital to lift my suspension and stop the attempts by organisations to censor me.
It will set a precedent that organisations cannot bully, harass and censor those that speak up for medical ethics, and encourage others to speak out.
I am up against large organisations and my case is complex. Legal costs will easily run into the thousands. I need a decent fighting fund which will give me the best chance of being successful.