Covid-19: Ten Reasons to Say No
By Rod Van Mechelen
2021 Olympia, WA -- A few days ago I was shocked to learn that Employers may ask if an Employee has gotten one of the SARS-CoV-2 mRNA jabs. An employer can ask and expect their employees to tell.
Can employers require their employees to get the jab? That's more complicated. Were it up to me, they would be allowed to do neither, as I have several considerations about this "pandemic."
Here are ten of them.
- Mortality rate: all of the discussions about mortality rate pertain only to people who have gotten sick with the virus, but the mainstream narrative makes it sound like it applies to everybody.
If you do contract the virus then for almost everybody younger than me there is a greater than 99 percent probability that you will recover. (For my age -- 68 -- the probability of recovery is greater than 98 percent. Those most at risk are the elderly and those with preexisting conditions, including obesity and a compromised immune system.)
The "case" count is wildly exaggerated: anybody who tests positive, even if they are and remain asymptomatic, has been counted as a case. As SARS-CoV-2 is a coronavirus, and the common cold is most often caused by a coronavirus, you could have a cold and test positive because the test does not distinguish between them. And then, too, there is the issue with the cycle count employed in the PCR test.
Deaths officially attributed to influenza have plummeted while deaths officially attributed to CV19 have skyrocketed, which raises the question, are flu deaths being counted as CV19 deaths?
This is the first time in recorded history that healthy people have been subject to quarantine. There is no justification for that, and the lockdowns have caused more problems than the virus. As a matter of public health policy, it should protect the elderly and those with compromised immune systems and other preexisting conditions but leave otherwise healthy people alone to decide for themselves what precautions they will take.
The mortality rate for SARS-CoV-1 was higher, at 14 percent, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), but the US and other governments did not incite a panic and shut almost everything down in response to that the way they are with SARS-CoV-2. (And while there were already several variants a year ago, because coronaviruses mutate rapidly, only now are officials and the mainstream media raising the alarm about it as the next reason why we all need to remain in a state of emergency.)
People who get the mRNA gene therapy shots are still getting sick, and many are suffering unwanted effects (i.e., "side effects").
In multiple studies around the world, Ivermectin, which is a generic anti-parasitic, has been reported to be 100 percent effective as a prophylactic against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and more than 98 percent effective as a cure. Yes, but, like hydroxychloroquine, some people have a bad reaction to it. Sure, and NSAIDs kill more than 16,000 people in the US every year, but you can buy those over the counter at your local grocery store.
People who have blood serum concentrations of D3 (cholecalciferol) above 50 ng/mL and are also getting sufficient daily doses of vitamin C are very unlikely to catch it. (In fact, after I switched from ascorbic acid to liposomal Vitamin C and started taking about a gram of chaga mushroom extract every morning, I have not gotten sick with anything. Except, perhaps, the dearth of new shows on Amazon Prime.)
SARS-CoV-2 is the product of gain of function research at one of the two biolabs in Wuhan. This research was started at a lab in the US, moved through British Columbia to China, and Dr. Fauci has provided some of the funding for that research. The official and mainstream media narrative, and Dr. Fauci, still deny that as conspiracy theory, but the evidence is overwhelming and eventually will be undeniable.
For these and other reasons, I absolutely oppose employers asking whether their employees have gotten the jab. For that matter, I also oppose the covid passports, mandatory masks, school closures, and everything else blue state governors have done to destroy our communities, ecnomies and health.
Mandatory disclaimer: I'm not a doctor, just a reasonably intelligent person able to read, understand, engage in critical thinking and judge for myself. All things the FDA, which disagrees with everything I say and do, opposes. As does Dr. Fauci, but I expect he will be in prison within a few years.
So, they will say you should disregard everything I wrote above and do what the authorities and mainstream media tell you to do. Obviously, that is a position with which I disagree, but I do think you should read and research before you make a fully informed decision on whether to get the mRNA gene therapy shots.
America's Frontline Doctors Presents - The Uncensored Truth Tour, New Orleans
Gary Savage: Gold update some caution advised
Clif High: Discussion of Climate & Ice Age, Pine Tea & Spike Protein
Rod Van Mechelen
Rod Van Mechelen is a Rand Paul Republican who lives and works in Olympia. He serves on the Cowlitz Indian Tribal Council, was a Washington State delegate to the Republican National Convention in New York City in 2004, and founded The Backlash! @ backlash.com in 1995 to expose and oppose misandry and cultural Marxism. In between job, website and family activities, he continues to serve on tribal committees, publishes a periodic email newsletter for Cowlitz tribe members, cares for his father, who is almost 93-years-old, and is in the process of building a monolithic dome home.