Noted Physician Makes Definitive Moral Case Against Mask Mandates

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The primary goal of the Deep State in enforcing facemasking and social distancing is to limit social interaction to prevent different people from establishing a strong bond amongst themselves. Distracting the people with superficial issues designed to divide them was never enough.

Although this primarily speaks to other physicians, it speaks to all people who insist they have the right to force you to wear a face mask in any setting. It is morally and ethically wrong as all physicians take the Hippocratic Oath to “Do no harm”. ⁃ TN Editor

I don’t have unlimited rights with respect to you. How do I know this? Since the signing of the US Constitution and its Amendments, and the Enlightenment generally, but more so since Emancipation, the Women’s Voting Rights Act, and the US Civil Rights Movement, the most widely accepted understanding of human rights is that they pertain to the equality, autonomy, dignity, freedom from bondage or oppression and the exercise of self-determination that contemporary people generally acknowledge as self-evident and inherent to each human being.

These establish, among other rights, for you to be free from oppression or harm done by me or anyone else. Internationally, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Nuremberg Code, the Helsinki Declaration are all guiding documents to governments around the world on the treatment of human beings, and our right as humans to be free from abuse.

This right of the individual to be free from harm has been widely appreciated, if not so widely honored, since much earlier in human history. Our human right to be free from harm is not to be violated by any entity, within the guidelines of The Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Rabbi Hillel said the essential and inextricable corollary: “That which is hateful to you, do not do to another. That is the whole of the Torah. All the rest is commentary. Go and study.” The Buddha is quoted: “You shouldn’t harm others if you love yourself.” The Golden Rule is attributed to Jesus in each of the Gospels.

The instruction not to inflict harm is so essential that it is basic to major religions. It is the central operating principle of civil societies, and harmonious institutions, alliances, friendships and households. The Golden Rule is the only common precept among all the world’s religions.

So it is well-established that I am not allowed to cause harm to you. It is worth repeating: I may not hurt you. As a physician, I work under, as the central principle of my philosophy and my practice, the Golden Rule as Hillel’s corollary, otherwise known as the Hippocratic Oath: First Do No Harm.

But aren’t we all under the same oath? Aren’t we all obligated to not cause harm?

I never ask anyone to wear a mask. Why? I have no right to obstruct anyone’s breathing. I have no right to cause widely demonstrated and clinically confirmed hypoxic injuries to the brain, heart and musculoskeletal system known in the peer-reviewed research to be caused by masking. Yes, I am sorry that you have been told over the last year that masks don’t reduce oxygen, by emphatic and dogmatic people, but the fact remains that oxygen deficit during mask-wearing is very thoroughly established in peer-reviewed clinical data. Here[1], here[2] and here[3], for example.

And yes, surgeons also suffer from deoxygenation.[4] Excess of carbon dioxide, as it accumulates inside a mask, also is a mild poisoning of the entire body, and this is also established in clinical data. [5] [6] So if you demand that a child, a worker, a traveler, a consumer or anyone else wear a mask, you have been demanding that they mildly poison themselves.

I know this is vexing for some to read, but you cannot inflict harm with any moral authority, and you need to stop that now that you know it’s a problem, if you want to be able to live with yourself, or to exist peacefully with a good conscience.

But what about viruses?

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Noted Physician Makes Definitive Moral Case Against Mask Mandates

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