Global Aviation: Fit to Fly?
No one wants to talk about this. "We can't even get a response." Watch what is going on in the sky.
Aviation is ignoring risk introduced via COVID policies that were a way out of COVID but into abandoning aviation rules, regulations and people. Watch, learn and ask:
"Fit to fly?"
Dr. Kate Manderson, Principal Medical Officer, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Australia
Graham Hood, former airline Captain, QANTAS
Lt. Col. Theresa Long MD MPH, Aerospace Occupational Medicine Specialist, US Army Flight Surgeon
Alan Dana, former airline Captain, Jetstar
Lt. Col. Pete Chambers (ret’d), US Special Ops Green Beret Flight Surgeon, Purple Heart
Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet MD, independent US physician, President & CEO of Truth for Health Foundation
Glen Waters, former airline Captain, Virgin Australia
The aviation industry is ignoring the fact that it has introduced widespread medical risk into its personnel. In this programme, accomplished pilots and deeply experienced doctors listen to the medical advice that the Principal Medical Officer of Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Dr. Kate Manderson, gave to the pilots of one of Australia’s airlines.
COVID-19 political decisions damaged the aviation industry, along with innumerable others. The industry made a choice to go along with the COVID narrative and became a willing participant in the political decisions that were supposed to lead to the way out. In doing so, it abandoned rational thought and care for aviation rules, regulations and the people in the industry.
COVID-19 vaccines are brand new and inadequately tested technology that aviation embraced instead of treating with caution. This was a fundamental mistake because vaccination is an irreversible act.
Now, we are coming to learn of the negative effects COVID-19 mRNA/DNA gene-based vaccines have on the human body. As time goes on we are learning just how little testing and scrutiny the vaccines have been subjected to and the picture gets worse.
By aviation’s own rules, COVID-19 vaccines should never have been allowed into aviation until sufficient evidence about them had been acquired. Now, they are widespread. In territories that have mandated their use, practically 100% of aviation workers including pilots and cabin crew have taken them and many have suffered various side effects and adverse events.