From the UK: More COVID-19 Vaccine Skepticism

face mask, elderly, worried
Very few, if any, vaccine trial participants were elderly and carrying major co-morbidities

UK Medical Freedom Alliance has published a white paper on the new vaccines:

The morbidity and mortality impact on public health from SARS-CoV-2 must be balanced with the risks and costs of a vaccine roll-out. We have shown that the mortality and morbidity from SARS-CoV-2 is no longer an existential threat to society.

It is a huge responsibility to roll out a vaccine manufactured with novel technology. To do so with the intention that all 60+ million people in the UK should receive the vaccine as soon as possible, without full transparency as to potential risks, may be viewed as irresponsible, potentially even negligent, from a legal standpoint. We urge you to heed the wisdom in the Hippocratic Oath: “First, do no harm“.

The only alliance team member I’ve heard of is Dr Malcolm Kendrick. I’m sure none of them have ever heard of me.

I haven’t decided what I’ll tell my my mother if she asks me if she should take the vaccine soon. She’s 89 years old and readily admits she’s ready to go to Heaven. What has she got to lose? I’ll back her choice either way.

Steve Parker, M.D.

2 responses to “From the UK: More COVID-19 Vaccine Skepticism

  1. You should tell your momma to go ahead and get vaccinated.
    As my 88 year old mother said in May “Anybody who’s made it to 80 has had a good run.” (After asking me “Are they doing all this (lockdowns in MI) for us old people? That’s NUTS!”)
    She’s got almost nothing to lose from unknown, long term effects of injecting mRNA into humans.
    You–and any of your young colleagues, on the other hand—espe the 20 and 30 somethings.
    IMHO, from what I have read.
    One of France’s big wig MDs is counseling young people to NOT get vaccinated with the mRNA vaccines.