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‘Playing God’ — 50 Years of Medical Malpractice in the U.K. — Premieres Today on CHD.TV

Tune in to CHD.TV today at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT for the premiere of “Playing God: An Investigation Into Medical Democide in the UK,” a documentary featuring interviews with people who were injured, or lost loved ones, as a result of medical malfeasance.

Tune in to CHD.TV today at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT for the premiere of “Playing God: An Investigation Into Medical Democide in the UK,” a documentary that chronicles 50 years of medical malpractice in the United Kingdom.

The film features interviews with health educator Kevin P. Corbett, Ph.D., lawyer Anna de Buisseretand retired neurologist-turned-Catholic priest Rev. Patrick Pullicino.

It also includes interviews with people like Joan Bye, whose daughter Helenor died as a result of malpractice, and others who were injured or who lost loved ones as a result of medical malfeasance over the past 50 years.

Recounting her daughter’s experience, Bye said, “She suffered much, she died needlessly, she could have been saved, but she was murdered by the state.”

Writing for the Solari Report, a member of Children’s Health Defense Europe, called the documentary an “eye-opening film” that “exposes the darker aspects of death by government policies in the U.K.”

“With stories spanning five decades, this unsettling documentary raises serious questions over the use and combination of various pharmaceutical drugs and protocols in England, Scotland, and Wales,” the CHD Europe member wrote, who said the individual cases featured in the documentary provide “a chilling and unique perspective” to viewers.

The documentary is co-produced by investigative journalist Jacqui Deevoy and by Phil Graham, and directed by award-winning directors Naeem and Ash Mahmood.

Deevoy tweeted that the documentary “shed[s] light on a topic that has been largely overlooked” by “weav[ing] together personal stories, expert interviews and investigative research.”

“In the last 30 years, you can see good evidence that the National Health Service has become a killing machine,” Corbett told the Solari Report, referring to the U.K.’s public health system.

Deevoy said, “The film gives a voice to the victims and their families, their heartfelt testimonies providing deep and personal insights.”

She added:

“‘Playing God’ serves as a wake-up call, urging society to stand against medical democide. It aims to raise awareness, encourage dialogue and demand accountability from those responsible … the film strives to create a lasting impact and initiate positive change within the U.K. healthcare system.”

The member of CHD Europe wrote that while the subject matter may be hard for some to comprehend and accept, “we believe that this courageous documentary, the individuals telling their stories and its creators deserve to be heard, and that their message should not be ignored.”

Watch the premiere of ‘Playing God’ here:


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