Dr Nathi Mdladla: Force-injecting healthy children with experimental COVID-19 “vaccines” is unethical and immoral
For every intervention in health, there must be a clear benefit for the individual being experimented on with as minimal risk as possible for that individual. When the intervention is experimental, the proof of benefit is even more paramount. To mandate an experimental intervention takes the burden of proof for both safety and benefit to an even higher level.
Children have already suffered significantly and unnecessarily from the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the alpha variant of COVID-19, they were neither susceptible nor were they spreaders of infection, yet they were made to suffer the most by being prevented to socially interact and to go to school. They have been unnecessarily masked and subjected to all COVID restrictions for a disease that carried minimal risk for their health but maximal harm for their development and mental health.
With the advent of COVID-19 experimental “vaccines”, the rush and push towards force-injecting kids has been unprecedented, while the obvious balance of risk to benefit has once more not been in favour of benefit for children. The short to mid-term risks of injecting children with the experimental COVID injections are well-documented to discourage any further push towards mandating these in this age group. The long term effects can be postulated, but are, as yet, unknown, with the seeding of some of these injections in multiple organs including the brain and ovaries, having a significant concern with future impacts on reproductive health and other complications.
Re-infections in this age group have even been lower before Omicron, according to a recent UK study, at 0.5% of those previously infected, with severe disease in the alpha and subsequent variant infections being significantly lower in healthy children. To mandate these experimental COVID-19 injections, with the evidence at hand, in healthy children means we will once more make children pay the price for an intervention that is of no benefit to them when they are of no proven risk to adults.
We’ve caused enough harm against children in this pandemic, it would be immoral to force-inject healthy children through mandates for something that is of no benefit of them but carries significant risk. It has been immoral and unethical to use children as human shields from the beginning of this pandemic, it will be criminal to further harm them through mandates.Dr Nathi Mdladla