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Stephen Malthouse

BC doctor opposed to COVID regulations suspended during probe

The Canadian Press – Mar 29, 2022

March 29, 2022

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia says it has suspended a doctor from practising while it completes an investigation into allegations that he circumvented COVID-19 public health orders.

The interim suspension order, effective March 24 but posted on the college’s website on Monday, affects Dr. Stephen Malthouse, a family practitioner on Denman Island.

The order says an inquiry panel hasn’t decided on the merits of the allegations, but it has determined there would be “a real risk of harm to the public” if Malthouse continued to practise without restriction.

It says Malthouse has not responded to allegations that he signed COVID-19 vaccine and mask exemption forms based on false statements and used his status as a doctor to “circumvent public health orders.”

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  1. Under the Nuremburg Code, the physicians who make up the governing and enforcement elements of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC are themselves liable for actions that aid and abet contraventions of the Nuremburg Principles.
    When Nuremburg 2.0 happens, and it will, they will be sought out to answer any and all allegations of crimes against the British Columbia public and crimes against physicians in BC who tried to protect their patients.
    Please Dr. Malthouse, do take notes regarding the proceedings and the various people involved.

  2. The CDC continues to state that COVID-19 shots and boosters are safe, but this is an unprecedented experiment on humankind. No one knows whether our immune systems, and overall health, will be able to withstand such an ongoing assault, but many have their doubts.

    COVID-19 booster shots lose effectiveness rapidly, with protection plummeting by the fourth month post-shot
    Within four to five months post-booster, protection against COVID-19-related emergency department and urgent care visits decreased to 66%, then fell to just 31% after five months or more post-booster
    Regulators are already hinting that a fourth COVID-19 shot may be necessary

    Moderna, Pfizer and other vaccine makers have begun clinical trials for COVID-19 shots that target the Omicron variant specifically, but studies have failed to show any advantage to the new shots

    Artificially inflated antibodies caused by repeated booster shots could lead to health problems, including autoimmune conditions

    If you’ve had COVID-19, even a mild case, you’ve more than likely got long-term — potentially even lifelong — immunity that’s superior to what existing COVID-19 shots provide