Conformity and its Effects on a Society
During a Pandemic

HEALTH DISCLAIMER

Are the COVID-19 Numbers Being Inflated?

Is the PCR Testing an Accurate Gauge of Active Cases?

Lockdowns Vs. No Lockdowns

Vaccines & mRNA Injections Vs. Natural Immunity

Social Distancing and Masks

Freedom of Debate

Living in Constant Fear

Herd Immunity

Treatment of COVID-19

Informed Consent

  1. Vulnerability of the victim. Evidence of vulnerability may include, but is not limited to, incapacity, illness disability, injury, age, education, impaired cognitive function, emotional distress, isolation, or dependency where the influencer knew of, or should have known of, the alleged victim’s vulnerability.
  2. The influencer’s apparent authority. Evidence of apparent authority may include but is not limited to, status as a fiduciary, family member, care provider, health care professional, legal professional, spiritual adviser, expert, or other qualification
  3. The actions or tactics used by the influencer. Evidence of actions or tactics used may include, but is not limited to, all of the following:
  1. to compel to an act or choice
  2. to achieve by force or threat
  3. to restrain or dominate by force

Access to information

  • A female participant is found to be pregnant while receiving or after discontinuing study intervention.
  • A male participant who is receiving or has discontinued study intervention exposes a female partner prior to or around the time of conception. (emphasis added)
  • A female is found to be pregnant while being exposed or having been exposed to study intervention due to environmental exposure. (emphasis added)
  • A female family member or healthcare provider reports that she is pregnant after having been exposed to the study intervention by inhalation or skin contact. (emphasis added)
  • A male family member or healthcare provider who has been exposed to the study intervention by inhalation or skin contact then exposes his female partner prior to or around the time of conception.

COVID-19 and Youth: The Risks Vs. The Benefits

  1. Youth admitted for medical support after a suicide attempt has tripled over a four-month period, compared to last year
  2. Patients are staying in hospital longer due to more serious attempts
  3. Youth admitted with substance use disorders has doubled compared to last year. In particular, the use of potentially deadly opioids has increased
  4. The number of cases admitted to hospital with predominant symptoms of psychosis has doubled, with the large majority related to substance use
  5. Referrals to their Eating Disorders Program has increased by 90% in a four-month period, compared to last year

Censorship and Infringements of our Rights.

Who Is Profiting?

Conformity

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Board-Certified Naturopathic Physician — Founder/CEO Bowen College — Best Selling Author — International Speaker

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Dr. Manon Bolliger, ND

Dr. Manon Bolliger, ND

Board-Certified Naturopathic Physician — Founder/CEO Bowen College — Best Selling Author — International Speaker

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