Responding to Injection Coercion

The following text was taken from the notes I prepared for a CTV interview this morning. I spoke to CTV in detail about the law and our rights as described below, especially the fact that doctors have a professional, ethical and legal obligation to recognize non-consent to treatment.
Here is the segment CTV aired. They used the most uninteresting and irrelevant part of what I said in their segment, and misrepresented me with selective editing. I do not think the covid injection is safe. I am kicking myself pretty hard for failing to record the full interview independently.
— Currie

Students, employees and visitors at St. Clair College and the University of Windsor, as well as federal and city employees, and others, are now being told that they must accept a ‘mandatory’ injection in order to keep their employment and attend school. This is illegal.

Ontario’s Health Care Consent Act states, “No treatment without consent.” Not only does it prohibit a medical professional administering treatment in the absence of consent, it obligates medical professionals to take reasonable steps to ensure that treatment is not administered when consent is absent.

The Act clarifies, “‘Treatment’ means anything that is done for a therapeutic, preventive, palliative, diagnostic, cosmetic or other health-related purpose, and includes a course of treatment, plan of treatment or community treatment plan.” This absolutely includes any form of injection through the skin.

No treatment without consent

10 (1) A health practitioner who proposes a treatment for a person shall not administer the treatment, and shall take reasonable steps to ensure that it is not administered, unless,

(a)  he or she is of the opinion that the person is capable with respect to the treatment, and the person has given consent; or

(b)  he or she is of the opinion that the person is incapable with respect to the treatment, and the person’s substitute decision-maker has given consent on the person’s behalf in accordance with this Act.  1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 10 (1).

Elements of consent

11 (1) The following are the elements required for consent to treatment:

1.  The consent must relate to the treatment.

2.  The consent must be informed.

3.  The consent must be given voluntarily.

4.  The consent must not be obtained through misrepresentation or fraud.  1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 11 (1).

Informed consent

(2) A consent to treatment is informed if, before giving it,

(a)  the person received the information about the matters set out in subsection (3) that a reasonable person in the same circumstances would require in order to make a decision about the treatment; and

(b)  the person received responses to his or her requests for additional information about those matters.  1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 11 (2).

A selection from Ontario’s Health Care Consent Act

Oxford dictionary defines ‘informed consent,’ as: “permission granted in the knowledge of the possible consequences, typically that which is given by a patient to a doctor for treatment with full knowledge of the possible risks and benefits.”

Informed consent means both 1) that the subject is freely choosing to consent, and 2) that the subject fully understands the risks and benefits of the treatment they are consenting to. Neither of these things is happening in instances of vaccine mandates. The injection coercion is in itself blatantly illegal. On top of that, subjects are not typically being informed of the risks of the injection before accepting it. (StandUpWindsor investigators report that they have found, in conversation with staff and patients at local vaccine clinics, the risks of the injection are not being meaningfully discussed.)

Justin Trudeau recently threatened, “For anyone who chooses not to get vaccinated, there will be consequences.” Despot Trudeau hopes we won’t realize that non-consent to medical treatment is itself a “legitimate medical reason,” because consent is such a foundational element of medicine. Consent is absolutely fundamental to any medical practice; consent is what differentiates ‘medicating’ from ‘drugging.’ Without consent, treatment is no longer medicine. Coerced treatment often constitutes assault.

While I can not provide official professional legal advice, I have spoken with a lawyer about these issues.

If covid vaccination is made a condition of your employment and/or scholarship, Do not lie about your vaccination status. Even when the matter is legally private, and your only purpose in lying is to protect the privacy that is yours by right, lying will hurt any legal action you pursue regarding the coercion. Simply choose not to disclose the information for privacy reasons.

You have a right to seek and obtain exemption from coerced injections. In fact, the presence of coercion renders you exempt by definition, and it is a doctor’s professional duty, by law, to practice medicine in accordance with this.

Doctors are legally obligated to abide by Ontario’s Health Care Consent Act, which states that a doctor “shall take reasonable steps to ensure that [treatment] is not administered” in the absence of consent. This means non-consent to treatment is, in itself, a valid medical basis of exemption. Doctors are legally obligated to recognize non-consent to treatment; to refuse to acknowledge it is to facilitate medical coercion, with violates the laws under which they practice.

This means doctors are legally obligated to provide notices of exemption to patients who wish to decline unwanted medical treatment in the face of coercion.

This is the case no matter what the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario says about it. The CPSO is a professional regulatory body, not a lawmaker, and so it is subject to the law: that is, the Health Care Consent Act which, again, states very clearly, “No treatment without consent.”

A plan of action worth trying:

When seeking a medical exemption letter, record your doctor’s appointment (audio or video). Give ‘non-consent to treatment’ as your medical reason for exemption, and remind your doctor of his or her obligation to acknowledge and respect non-consent. If your doctor still refuses to provide an exemption letter, use your recording as evidence to report the doctor to the CPSO for a consent-based violation. (If your doctor refuses but you didn’t record the interaction, you can still make a report to the CPSO.)

If your employer tries to impose an injection on you, don’t quit your job. Keep going to work while declining the injection. Let them fire you for declining the shot, and then pursue legal action. Hopefully your employer will change their mind and decide against firing you.

If your school tries to impose an injection on you, don’t drop out of school. Keep going to school while declining the injection. Let them expel and/or exclude you from activities for declining the shot, and then pursue legal action. Hopefully your school will change its mind and decide against expelling you.

Notice of Liability for Employers Demanding Covid-19 Vaccination

2 comments on “Responding to Injection Coercion”

  1. Marcel Reply

    You Currie, are a true hero, strong and honest. Keep up the fight, whatever the future holds. I do the same in my own way. I’ve been following events since the 1980s and extra closely after Sept 11 2001 and knew where the world was headed. The enemy is pure evil. Contact me if you need info or support. Freedom or death!

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