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To conscientious doctors, why are Covid-19 vaccines so horrifyingly toxic

By Jay Ihsan* 

The Wuhan virus “pandemic” the world knows as Covid-19 has affirmed unabashedly that free will, personal liberty and fundamental rights are mere rhetoric.
That people everywhere have been threatened with reprisals should they refuse to be inoculated with the Covid-19 (C19) vaccines, has invariably spelt a death knell for both the right over their body and constitutional democracy.
Governments throughout the world threatened and intimidated individuals into saying ‘yes’ to the C19 vaccines and boosters. No room for discussion was entertained by the “powers that be”. The end result – a disaster with vaccinated people literally dropping dead or suffering life threatening injuries after taking the C19 vaccines.
To conscientious doctors, the C19 vaccines are horrifingly toxic. Yet, world leaders unapologetically acceded to demands from these vaccine makers for immunity from liability brought on by their hastily rolled out vaccines.
When Twitter censored Professor Shmuel Shapira, a leading Israeli physician who claimed that monkeypox is related to mRNA vaccine, it was yet another pathetic attempt by these social media platforms to hide the irrefutable truth by denying it space and place.
Governments everywhere are intensifying efforts with Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to block criticism of Covid vaccines. Evidence and research from well known scientists that go against the pharmaceutical industry’s narrative is quickly shot down.
In Prof Shapira’s case, Twitter made him delete a post that said: “Monkeypox cases were rare for years. During the last years, a single case was documented in Israel. It is well established that mRNA vaccines affect the immune system. A monkeypox outbreak following massive covid vaccination: “Is not a coincidence.”
In Malaysia, “efficacy” of C19 vaccines has resulted in a dangerous chasm between the unvaccinated and vaccinated people. To those who succumbed to pressure and were C19 vaccine immunised, concern of impending harm these vaccines and even mask wearing will cause has strangely been scoffed off.
Has fear, anger and denial at failing to defend life, body and health against the harmful C19 vaccines made the vaccinated bitter?
A doctor even condemned those who refused to comply with call to be vaccinated, saying it was best they drop dead. Is being “selfish” about protecting one’s body and health” a crime and one which this said doctor failed to commit for the sake of his or her well-being?
The wanton prejudice affecting both the C19 vaccinated and those who chose not to hurt their health with these untested vaccines must be addressed.
The medical fraternity in Malaysia is all “aye” for the C19 vaccination drive. No red flag or alarm has been raised as to why an individual’s health takes a turn for the worse post-C19 jab.
Making matters worse is the fact that doctors in the country are not compelled to report the AEFI (adverse events following immunisation) findings, leaving C19 vaccinated in tears wondering whom to turn to foe help should they develop rash, have trouble hearing, experience incontinence, autoimmune reactions or suffer a heart attack or paralysis.
Malaysia’s English daily the Sun on August 7, 2022 quoted the Health Ministry’s CovidNow (government website for data and insights on C19) as detailing Covid-19 deaths at 36,003 since the “plandemic” attack two years ago.

Listen and understand

Some research and listening to various conscientious voices reveal that these C19 vaccines cause extensive damage: the vagus nerve and limbic system for one malfunction. The former will have the vaccinated struggling with their bladder movement and the latter results in their losing grip over sound judgement calls.
Blood clot formation in the C19 vaccinated individuals is another troubling worry. The rise in heart attacks in both adults and children, all otherwise healthy and active prior to being C19 immunised is troubling and has yet to be given due attention by the government and medical fraternity.
The C19 account is shamelessly ubiquitous - get vaccinated at your own risk!
Even schools are busy playing devil’s advocate in forcing teachers to get C19 jabbed. Other employers have also done the same, giving priority to their survival and two hoots to individual fundamental rights.
With relentless fear being projected into public sphere, both the C19 vaccinated and unvaccinated are left to their own devices. For the former, the C19 vaccines are no silver bullet but a ticking time bomb, going by the many health problems it is causing.
As for the latter, refusing to submit to threats to roll up their sleeve means being persecuted at the government’s behest.
Surrounded by such compromising vulnerability, is speaking up for one’s personal liberty and free will a crime? Whom does sovereignty over one’s body belong to – the individual or state? Whatever happened to freedom to safeguard one’s life, body and mind?
To Dr Maya Valecha, a social and political activist, there was no crime committed in defending one’s right to discretion over what is best for both body and health.
“Sovereignty over the human body belongs to the individual,” she told Counterview.
The Malaysian Bar Council’s sub-committee on human rights when asked about its role in protecting fundamental rights said it was best the queries were emailed to the Bar president.
An email sent on August 3 prompted the below response on August 7 from Bar Council president Karen Cheah Yee Lynn:
“The Bar Council has yet to reach a consensus on this issue, and as such we would decline to make a statement at this point in time.
“We would of course reserve our rights to make requisite statements at the appropriate time.”
The “silence” from the Malaysian Bar Council is at best deafening.
What however refuses to be silenced is the “truth”.
“All truth passes through three stages – first it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident,” was the realisation of German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer .
Indeed, no “mask” can ever suffocate the truth.
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*Journalist based in Malaysia

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