Thank you to Anne Dachel for working with Dr. Ken Stoller for this most interesting piece on AofA:
Dr. Ken Stoller of San Francisco, a longtime advocate for medical freedom, recently sent me his opinion on mandating the COVID-19 vaccine.
Below is his advice as a physician. You’ll notice that his opening argument is that it’s not really a vaccine. The COVID-19 ‘injection’ does not do what we all assume a true vaccine should do.
You are not antivax if you are against the COVID-19 injections
You are not anti-vax because the COIVD injections are not vaccines.
Yes, they are being called vaccines, but this is to bypass the regulatory requirements for a medical device.
This ‘vaccine’ is actually a medical device that has never been used in humans before and rushed to market without any appreciation for what it will do either in the short term or long term.
This injection is also being called a vaccine to gain more acceptance, because most people assume that all vaccines are safe and effective. That’s what the CDC tells us. So if it is a vaccine, it must be safe and effective for ending the pandemic.
Some sources have indicated the adverse event rate for COVID-19 injections is as high as 80 percent, and that would include all the minor adverse events.
But if the short-term adverse event rate is 80 percent, what is in store for the long term?
They honestly don’t know and really don’t care.
Politics and eugenics, not science or good public health practices, are what is driving this grand medical experiment dwarfing the Tuskegee incident by a billion-fold.
While this is an over simplification, a vaccine, as defined by the CDC & FDA, is procedure that introduces into the body a foreign protein or weakened virus or bacteria and activates the immune system to make antibodies to same. In theory, to be effective, those antibodies actually have to perform in a useful manner.
If it works as advertised, a vaccine gets in your body and programs itself to attack the infection should it cross your path. It has to stimulate both immunity and disrupt transmission by definition, but the COVID-19 injection does not encourage your body to program your immune system. Instead, it is the program.
This mRNA injection bypasses that step and takes over the programming of our cells to make proteins it wants to make, which presumably will stop, prevent or modulate the infection in question – in this case the COVID-19 virus.
In actuality, all the COVID-19 injection does is provide a treatment to supposedly modulate the severity of the COVID-19 illness should you get it and become symptomatic.
In other words, it is a treatment – a genetic treatment that has never been used in humans before.
And if it is only a treatment that neither prevents infection nor transmission, in truth, it is no better than any of the other treatments floating around like Ivermection/Zinc/Vit D/HCQ/Vit C/ HBOT/ozone, etc.
Obviously the COVID-19 injection is the treatment the so-called experts want you to have because not only are they so invested in it for economic and political reasons, but because it allows them to exercise even more control over the population, which is what this has been all about anyway.
We simply do not know what the long-term consequences are of turning the cells in our bodies into manufacturing plants for the proteins the mRNA gene treatment is going to cause.
We do know that there are other treatments and if this were just called a ‘treatment’ people would ask how it stacks up to the other available treatments.
I would argue it is not even a biologic because it is so clearly gene manipulation – direct gene manipulation – something that has never ever taken place before in the history of mankind.
So many people are defending vaccines that they can’t see what is staring them in the face, namely that this is not a vaccine, regardless of how many say it is.
Please stop calling it a vaccine when it is not.
If it does not prevent transmission or protect you from getting the infection, why are authorities so anxious for everyone to get it?
That is the question we all should be asking. Yes, it is about money, but could there be other reasons as well, like eugenics?
In truth this is a medical device, and it should undergo the safety evaluations any medical device needs to undergo.
K Paul Stoller, MD, FACHM