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I'm 28 years old. I spent the past 4 years at an Ivy-league medical school. I couldn't have been more excited to be a doctor when I first arrived on campus. Then, slowly, the truth became more and more apparent to me. I refused to swallow the dogma just because that was what was being taught in class, and always went to the primary research to see if what they were selling was truly accurate. And what I found was worse than I could ever have imagined. It would take multiple textbooks to fully articulate my feelings about the profession, but I'll try to summarize as best as I can below the horrors of healthcare in the US.

  1. The healthcare industry in the US is explicitly designed to suck as much money as possible out of people suffering from disease. It is the #1 cause of bankruptcy in the US. Insurance companies and pharma are protected by law in charging truly obscene prices for drugs that have been around for decades. If the patent runs out, they add a single change to the drug and re-patent it. This can be as fucking stupid as combining two drugs or changing the carrier the drug is delivered in. Drugs that should be priced in the $5-$20 range are routinely gouging innocent Americans for thousands of dollars. Many of the drugs are completely ineffective or even harmful and yet are routinely prescribed because they are "approved" and are literally bankrupting our nation and individual citizens.

  2. The "healthcare" industry is perfectly designed to keep you a customer for life. At one of the "best" medical schools in the country, we not only received next to no education about nutrition or lifestyle in our entire curriculum. I'm here to tell you to your face that the biggest killers (biggest $$$) in the US are 90% due to nutrition and ARE 100% REVERSIBLE. Obesity, Type II diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, arthritis, and high cholesterol (don't even get me started. Statins are a COMPLETE scam and are the most profitable drugs in medicine) are DUE TO WHAT YOU EAT . The diabetes and heart associations promote diets that will ensure you have your condition forever. The "heart-healthy" oils promoted by the AHA in the supermarket are the highly inflammatory oils that cause heart disease. Same goes with the ADA and sugar recommendations. Many cancers should also be included in the preventable and reversible category, but say that as a doctor and you'll be ostracized. I'll give you a ~very~ quick lesson that should make your jaw drop. Your body develops microcancers (genetically defective cells) ALL THE TIME. Your innate immune system recognizes these defective cells and deals with them on a daily basis. What does "Modern" medicine do when they find a cancer? THEY WIPE OUT YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM WITH CHEMO. No matter what they say, I promise you there are other ways to treat cancer besides chemo, surgery, and radiation, but this is all the profession has to offer because they can't charge for natural immune boosts and dietary changes. It is disgusting beyond comprehension. (I will caveat here that there are a few subtypes of cancer that do respond well to chemo. the vast majority do not, and the side effects are brutal).

  3. Without going to deep into the history of the profession, I'll just say that the main reason doctors don't wake up to the two above facts is because they are put into immense debt, and forced under pressure and shaming to learn MOUNTAINS of biochemical pathways, mechanisms, drug interactions etc that put them in a panic/fear state and as such they keep their heads down and simply regurgitate what they are taught. They also are routinely forced to work 80-100 hours a week for years on end during residency and literally go into survival mode where you just do what you're told so you won't ruffle any feathers after giving up 8+ years of your life to become a doctor. If you want to do a deeper dive, you can look into the Rockefeller takeover of allopathic medicine via the Flexner report and other mechanisms.

  4. This wouldn't be a proper post without the most relevant topic of all today - VACCINES. Again, a full exploration would be an entire book, but I cannot stress to you how unbelievably disgusting the data is when you actually look at it. Vaccines are almost never tested against placebo, they always are compared to other vaccines so no harmful effects will be found. THIS IS NOT SCIENCE. The FDA and CDC have been fully compromised for decades. Pharma is the biggest lobby in the US. How difficult do you think it is to buy the few dozen voters at these agencies? It was done a long time ago. I'll say it right to your face. Many of the childhood vaccines are 100% 100% 100% 100% causing neurodevelopmental disorders including autism, severe autoimmune disorders and allergies that will make these children dependent on the healthcare industry for their entire lives. The rates are SKYROCKETING, the link is obvious and admitted by top officials, and it is literally one of the biggest threats to humankind's future. 1 in 33 children is being diagnosed with SEVERE developmental disorders, up from 1 in 10,000 in the 70s. The mechanistic link to vaccines is clear. THEY LITERALLY TEACH US IN MEDICAL SCHOOL THAT IT IS NORMAL FOR INFANTS TO HAVE FEBRILE SEIZURES. I'M NOT KIDDING. Listen to the parents who describe their perfectly normal kids who had febrile seizures post-vaccination and became severely delayed many times to the point of inability to speak, read, or write. You need to do your own research. You can listen to documentaries including vaxxed and others where top CDC officials admit straight up that they covered up direct evidence of harm because they were told to. Further, if you actually look at the history of many of the diseases which they are now vaccinating kids for, the incidence rates in the US had already fallen by 90-99% due to water chlorination and other sanitation improvements well before the vaccines were introduced. Some particularly disgusting examples are the Hep B vaccine (given to all newborns ON THE DAY THEY ARE BORN) despite evidence of brain inflammation, and the fact that hep B is a bloodborne illness that can't even be caught by babies (unless their mother is positive which is rare) and their antibodies wane before the age at which they would ever be at risk anyways due to needles or sexual intercourse. It's SICK. HPV vaccine data is also so hilariously bad it really makes me question on a daily basis how this world we live in is possibly real. RFK Jr did an amazing expose on this vaccine in particular years ago if you are interested. Of course the brainwashing is so complete in medical school that you will be INSTANTLY ostracized if you speak out.

I honestly could keep going. The journals are compromised by pharma (editors of top journals quitting and saying straight up their journals have been compromised. Female editor of the NEJM wrote a particularly good piece about this), the ways in which studies are designed and performed are explicitly to make them look better than they are and to cover up adverse events. Choosing poor placebos, limiting follow-up time, testing healthy populations so the results will look better than reality, among 100 other ways they manipulate the trials.

Food, water, soil, and air (all 4) in this country contains poisons from Industry and the government does nothing about it. If you want me to go deeper into this topic in particular, DM me.

When you have done the literally thousands of hours of research into the reality of healthcare as I have done, some of what is going on currently makes more sense, although it is enough to make anyone on earth cry. Pharma control was so entrenched, doctors so brainwashed, and the population so dumbed down that it literally might have taken something as disgusting as the covid vaccine (worse than normal vaccines which are already bad by at least 2 to 3 orders of magnitude) to wake the population up. It breaks my heart. but maybe, just maybe, it will bring down the empire of lies.

If any of you have any questions about anything I wrote or want more direction, I'm always open to talk.

TLDR: spent 4 years in a top medical school to become a doctor. Left it all behind because the reality is so, so, so much worse than you could ever have imagined.

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JC77 204 points ago +205 / -1

Killer post.

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MAG768720 67 points ago +69 / -2

[Hijacking ...]

Outstanding post, OP!

I would like to add some to this, for those around here just learning of some of these things.

  • Nutrition - Not 1 doctor in 1,000 knows anything about nutrition. Most of what they think they know is WRONG. Since nutrition is the #1 factor in overall health, this tells you everything you need to know about the medical industry. Not only do they not know ANYTHING, but they actually think it is not important to know anything.

  • Statins - Drugs to lower cholesterol are 100% scams. Studies show that higher cholesterol are associated with healthier people. The ever-lower "recommendations" that doctors push (so that more and more statins can be sold) are determined by a single board of "experts" who are ALL PAID by the statin drug makers. Lipator is the most profitable drug in history. It was originally made by Pfizer, and Pfizer LIED about the cholesterol-lowering effectiveness. They pulled the exact same scam as they have done with their Covid "vaxx." They use relative risk vs. absolute risk, and thereby make false claims that the studies did NOT produce. With Covid, they went even further and did a completely bogus study, and then lied about every aspect of it. With Lipator, their lies made them extreme profits -- for a drug that is not only not necessary, but actually harmful. A former Pfizer exec wrote a book about how harmful that drug is.

  • Cancer - It turns out that Otto Warburg was mostly right, more than 100 years ago. MOST cancers survive on glucose. Take away the glucose (by not eating carbs), and most cancers will die off. However, Warburg did not know that there are some cancers (blood cancers and those that "take a ride" on white blood cells and circulate through the body, which is falsely referred to as metastasizing), which survive on glutamine. Thomas Seyfried and his associates around the world have proven numerous times now that ALL cancers can be killed off by either eliminating glucose or glutamine from the diet. Glucose is easy. Just don't eat carbs. Glutamine is tough, because most foods have it. His solution is drugs that are glutamine blockers. He has had success with those. I speculate that multi-day fasting should also work. He has discovered that cancer occurs when the mitochondria of cells becomes dysfunctional for some reason. Now that he has figured out how to cure cancer, the next step is to figure out why the mitochondria becomes dysfunctional. Most likely (IMO), that comes back to a combination of poor nutrition and outside influences (EMF's, etc.).

  • Vaccines - NO vaccine has EVER been prove safe OR effective. NONE. All such claims are lies, either by misreporting the data, or simply by making the claim and expecting people to believe it.

Another issue that MUST be addressed, as well, is that the METHOD used to corrupt medicine is the SAME method used to corrupt other important areas of our society -- namely, the courts and the police.

Medicine has become corrupt because of CENTRALIZATION. There is a small group of people who decide which medical schools are "authorized," what they teach and cannot teach, how doctors are "licensed," and how hospitals and clinics are allowed to prescribe treatments.

Doctors claim to follow "evidence-based medicine." In reality, there is very little to NO evidence to back up what they do and what they claim causes illness. In reality, they are TOLD to believe certain things, and then they just do what they are told and they do NOT research for themselves. People like OP are the rare exception, not the rule.

The SAME is true in law and law enforcement. The law schools have been taken over, and REAL LAW -- American common law -- has been pushed aside in favor of "muh feels" by judges. The stupidity of SCOTUS Justice Sotomayor is the poster child of this corrupt system. She thinks that her false beliefs should somehow have a role in judicial decisions. She is a nutcase, making case law on her massive ignorance.

This is a HUGE problem. When Obama's birth certificate was shown to be fraudulent, NO JUDGE would actually do his duty and take up cases on the issue. In fact, some of them dismissed cases ONLY because other judges had also dismissed. These people are not judges, they are COWARDS.

The same thing happened with the election fraud cases. ALL judges (except for one in Michagan) were cowards. They REFUSED to do their duty.

The same problem exists in law enforcement. The police academies do not teach law enforcement. They brainwash the recruits into believing that they are going to war on the streets of America and there is a cop killer behind every bush.

It is a LIE. There are about 50 cops killed each year in the line of duty in a "felonious assault," meaning they are shot, stabbed, or otherwise murdered. And we don't really know how many of those were true "cop killers" vs. some cop who was causing trouble and someone got pissed off and acted out.

This centralization of power is THE MAIN PROBLEM in our society today. This is why the Founding Fathers created a DECENTRALIZED system of government.

Our corrupt courts refuse to acknowledge that 99% of what the federal government does today is NOT constitutional.

This is one of the main things we need to focus on, and the corruption of the medical industry is a good way to understand how this centralization occurs, and how it causes corruption.

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hope111111 [S] 13 points ago +13 / -0

Incredible post (I am OP). This is spot on and I couldn't agree that the two biggest problems facing mankind are the centralization of all industries and the cowardice of those who are in position to do the right thing.

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MAG768720 2 points ago +2 / -0

Great minds think alike.

;-)

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SoMuchWinning45 8 points ago +8 / -0

Shouldn't we be under American constitutional law, not any form of common law? We seem to still be under British Common Law today.

I also firmly believe that "judges" have faaaar too much power today. I do believe that they are lesser nobility, in charge of their fiefdoms known as the "courtroom."

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MAG768720 20 points ago +20 / -0

In the federal courts, there is no common law allowed.

We are basically under civil law, which was the Roman system.

The British system was a combination of common law (the law of the people) and civil law (the law of the king).

Our system today ignores the law of the People and assumes that everything SHOULD be a top-down law of the king.

Did you notice the recent SCOTUS rulings on the vaxx mandates?

Do you know WHY they said the OSHA one was no good but the health care one was?

It was because Congress did not grant OSHA that authority, but they did grant the hospitals that authority by giving federal money to the hospitals.

Excuse me, but ...

Congress has NO consitutional authority to meddle in health care in the 50 states in the first place.

Plus, Congress has NO authority to tell OSHA they can mandate anything within the 50 states.

SCOTUS was bascially saying that a vaxx mandate would be just fine if Congress gave OSHA that authority.

And you can bet your sweet ass that the cabal think tanks are writing up legislation to do EXACTLY that right now.

SCOTUS is a pathetic joke. Most of them (all but 2 or 3) think that the federal government can pass ANY law they want. They just ignore the Constitution.

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Orangeel2112 6 points ago +6 / -0

It's called Maritime Admiralty law. The law of the sea. From the King to the Vatican to the "American " judicial system the people get fucked every time.

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Enlightenment_Now 1 point ago +2 / -1

Just pondering here.

Could they be coming from the perspective that Congress SHOULD be doing the will of the People, therefore, if Congress passes a law then it's okay?

Whereas in fact, most congress critters have obtained their seats due to some form of deceit, whether it's criminal activity or needing too much money to run.

IOW, maybe their decisions are based at least in part for how things should work, not how they actually work in reality.

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MAG768720 10 points ago +10 / -0

Could they be coming from the perspective that Congress SHOULD be doing the will of the People, therefore, if Congress passes a law then it's okay?

No. Congress has LIMITED authority.

(1) They can pass laws that apply to the 50 states IF (AND ONLY IF) that power is enumerated in the Constitution (health care is not).

(2) They can pass ALL laws for the federal territories (DC, Puerto Rico, Guam, etc.) just like the states can -- traffic laws, doctor licensing laws, etc. -- BUT those laws ONLY apply within the federal territories (and "enclaves" which is another issue, but similar).

THAT. IS. IT.

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january20 2 points ago +2 / -0

I would submit that using an EIN and/or SSN puts most of us in category 2. But, try to function without those things...

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MAG768720 7 points ago +7 / -0

I don't think those can be used as "gotcha's" to entrap people into a situation where the feds suddenly have non-constitutional authority.

Certainly, the Founding Fathers were not trying to set a trap for the People.

It's like a driver's license. It is supposed to only be used as permission to transport people or goods over the public roads for profit. Any personal use of the public roads is not under the license ("permission").

A person could have a driver's license to use in those circumstances, in case they ever decide to do that, but would otherwise not need to use the DL for anything.

Same could/should be true for SSN/TIN. If you WANT to engage in a government privilege like working for the federal postal system, then that SSN/TIN would apply, as would the income tax. Otherwise, not so much. This is what the SCOTUS ruled in the early income tax cases (Brushaber, etc.).

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SoMuchWinning45 1 point ago +1 / -0

And the king would be a judge/panel of judges? Damned black-robed tyrants.

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corrbrick 8 points ago +8 / -0

The Constitution is based on Common Law. It forms the foundation:

God created

We the People

We govern ourselves through customs that evolved into Common Law

We formed a government that is expected to abide by our Common Law

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SoMuchWinning45 1 point ago +1 / -0

I can't help but think of British Common Law when I read or hear "common law." I'm not at all a fan of something that can be "interpreted" by a "judge."

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corrbrick 2 points ago +2 / -0

In the Common Law there are no judges, there are only magistrates. Big difference. The "judge" is a jury of your peers.

American Common Law, which is derived from the British form, is a beautiful and powerful thing.View or read anything by Brent Allan Winters to get an appreciation.

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crane2shoreVjames2hu 4 points ago +4 / -0

Great comment just my 2 cents on the seemingly constant assault towards police character...

They brainwash the recruits into believing that they are going to war on the streets of America and there is a cop killer behind every bush.

It is a LIE. There are about 50 cops killed each year in the line of duty in a "felonious assault," meaning they are shot, stabbed, or otherwise murdered.

If they are "brainwashed" into fearing for their safety, from those who would sooner kill them than go back to jail (think 3 strikes law), wouldn't you expect them to know the risks and act accordingly?

You are right we don't always know who are good cops and bad cops, but as a whole the police are dealing with a much larger number of mentally unstable, criminally insane, and the absolute worst members of society than most would care to acknowledge. I commend them for doing that job, especially because it's not one that I'd care to do.

Youtube channel: PoliceActivity
Specifically recommending: not brainwashed enough

I'm thankful for your comment and that we all have access to such great information.

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MAG768720 12 points ago +12 / -0

Cops signed up for their job. It is not an easy job. And it is a VERY important job in society.

That does not change the FACT that they are brainwashed into thinking that YOU are their enemy.

And that is done through the centralization of police training, which is now militarized, unlike in the past.

This is a problem that needs to be addressed.

Just look at Australia. Why do you think there are "suddenly" a bunch of jack booted thugs pretending to be law enforcement there?

It is because of their training -- which is globalist-created training.

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Djcosta66 5 points ago +5 / -0

US law enforcement have been trained by Israeli military companies since 1980s.

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MAG768720 3 points ago +3 / -0

Did not know that.

But not surprised, if true.

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crane2shoreVjames2hu 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think it IS being addressed on a LOCAL level, First Amendment Audits, sheriffs, Kenosha DA's...

We are witnessing it.
The liberal hell holes will be the last to catch on.

As far as militarized police go check out this Doughnut Operator

If you spend sometime actually looking at what is going on in these situations you might understand why it's necessary.

This is a policy issue more than a training issue. Zogbots gonna zog.

But they will never be able to stop us. - https://files.catbox.moe/a311kt.mp4

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NeuroticFisherman 1 point ago +3 / -2

The liberal hellholes are the ones looking at defunding the militarized police. BLM has been protesting police violence and militarization, their excessive and quick to use force. I think we have more allies there than most would expect, at least on the issue of militarized police forces and us essentially living in a police state anymore.

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Elle4gotMyPW 1 point ago +1 / -0

the answer is and was always there: the Sheriff is an elected position and charged with protection of the people. Police are hired and private security basically

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MuckeyDuck 2 points ago +2 / -0

In 2021 I show that 341 cops were shot and killed in 2021. Granted that is an extremely high number. Ten year period from 2005 to 2015 and average of 49.6 were shot and killed, but ten years period prior to 1980 it was about 115.

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MAG768720 2 points ago +2 / -0

I remember reading that the 1970's was the most dangerous decade to be a cop. I think it was around 150+ per year dying in the line of duty (not including car accidents).

I don't know why 2021 would have spiked up, and I certainly don't remember any reporting that would support it. I am skeptical of that number.

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branded 2 points ago +2 / -0

2021 is the year of BLM. Where have you been ?

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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

The 346, which I may have mistakenly indicated as shooting deaths, was actually number show. Only 60 died from shooting.

'Historic' 346 officers shot in line of duty in 2021: National Fraternal Order of Police

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TheBRAINz 1 point ago +1 / -0

Great addition to a great post.

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y000danon 41 points ago +41 / -0

Correct.

Understand how Rockefeller changed medicine.

https://odysee.com/@corbettreport:0/rockefeller-medicine:de

Understanding this is imperative to COVID-1984.

“Medical Plantations” is what David Rockefeller called Medical Practices. He also referred to MDs as “Primary Pharmaceutical Salesmen”

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VoatAnon1984 7 points ago +7 / -0

Very Punny

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Belowzero 4 points ago +4 / -0

Posting my question at the top so it doesn’t get missed

Can you please expand on your thoughts about the Covid virus, autoantibodies now found in studies? I’ve been taking fish oil to reduce overall autoantibodies production. What about ivermectin being a big pharma or Merck product? I can’t help to think the goal here is also lifetime patient, why would they produce a holistic medication? Pharma isn’t holistic. Thoughts? Dangers of a bioweapon Covid virus and how to best reduce risk from it.

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colorado_patriot 124 points ago +124 / -0

My daughter had a febrile seizure after her vaccines when she was an infant. She was rushed to the ER and I when I told them she'd had her vaccines earlier that day, they told me it wasn't related. Luckily she didn't suffer long term side effects.

Everything you've described is what I've been saying for years. I had seven abdominal surgeries, including a full hysterectomy when I was 32, because I had awful pelvic pain. I lost my business, my home, and filed bankruptcy. Turns out, it was a pinched muscle that a massage therapist fixed in less than five minutes.

My elderly dad was on the operating table having a bladder tumor removed when his surgeon came out and said he'd measured the size of the tumor incorrectly and he'd scheduled the wrong surgery. My dad had a second surgery to remove the tumor and his bladder cancer comes back every four years like clockwork... .where he continues to have surgeries.

Our medical system is not actually a medical system but a CRIME RING.

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cherry_lollipop_2 33 points ago +33 / -0

God, I’m sorry.

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Tylerlc22 28 points ago +28 / -0

Get your father on the jtp. Joe tippen protocol. Have you read or heard about it? Mycancerstory.rocks

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ditzee58 13 points ago +13 / -0

Thanks so much for this information! Thankfully, we don't need the protocol at this time but with so many people contracting cancer, it's great to have if someone does need it.

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Tylerlc22 3 points ago +3 / -0

Its worth the read for sure. The story its self is amazing.

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CheekyBastard 24 points ago +24 / -0

Props on finding the pinched muscle and exposing the lie of "doctors".

My chiropractor is the best doctor I've ever had. Trained in old-school kinesiology, nutrition, and immune system health through diet and exercise. I haven't gone to a "real" doctor in 25 years. I have discussed a great number of treatments that I've found here with and she's given me the thumbs up on every one of them. She's in full agreement that every ailment has a natural cure and pharma drugs are only for profit.

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Enlightenment_Now 9 points ago +9 / -0

That's why the medical mafia has been murdering holistic physicians since 2015.

By 2018, they'd murdered 87.

Not sure what the number is now.

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Sealizrus19 5 points ago +5 / -0

I see a chiropractor just like yours. I refuse to see a regular doctor!

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Jmricht 5 points ago +5 / -0

My Chiro recommended I stay out of hospitals. That’s where the MRSAs are located.

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y000danon 17 points ago +17 / -0

I learned this after observing how they treat the immunocompromised.

They literally systematically target them and force medications that negate one another just to rack up the costs.

They literally see sick people as gold Mines.

Of course it’s inevitable that Big Pharma accrues more power over time than many governments.

Think of DEA / CIA illegal drugs sales, their net, and how they also piggyback on addiction with revolving door rehabs that are known to not work and incarceration.

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RaisingAZPatriots 14 points ago +14 / -0

My son had a febrile seziure at 2yo as well, the day after one of his vaxes. We suspect the Tdap was the cause. Fortunately it didn’t seem to have any long term effects. When his younger brother turned 2 we skipped that one.

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RevolutionCatalyst 50 points ago +50 / -0

I’d love to listen about this on a podcast

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hope111111 [S] 113 points ago +113 / -0

I have been considering it....I could do it for hours and hours but to be completely honest I am a little hesitant to connect all of this stuff to my real life identity. The deeper you go into certain topics, especially cancer treatment, it really does become a danger to personal safety.

But as you can tell I am extremely passionate about this topic....

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Rusty-Shackleford 38 points ago +38 / -0

I would buy your book.

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hope111111 [S] 53 points ago +53 / -0

I appreciate that! I have considered it but I hesitate because if I really did deep dives into the topics I care the most about (cancer, vaccines, harmful meds) it could seriously put my safety at risk and I would immediately be labelled as a quack despite clear evidence.

Still considering it regardless because it truly is that important.

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LongTimeListener 40 points ago +41 / -1

Contact RFK jr. His audience grows by the hour. His legal team may be able to provide cover. This info has to get out to the larger public.

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Lupinate 23 points ago +23 / -0

Write it up fren. You'll be doing the world a service to expose this properly.

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PowderRoomPolitics 17 points ago +17 / -0

There's safety in numbers. Could you do it as a collaboration with others who share your concerns?

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axrevolutionai 16 points ago +16 / -0

Any way of translating into Spanish? that might be your way to put info out without being doxxed. Some crazy redpills go under the radar on YouTube in Spanish, especially with cures or paranormal stuff (I think Latin Americans love UFOs more than anyone)

The English censors/youtube mods are like "lol dumb Mexicans think fruits or herbs are going to cure cancer let them be stupid"

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TheGreyMouse 1 point ago +1 / -0

Could you cut and paste into a translator app?

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CountryBoyWillSurive 5 points ago +5 / -0

Just wear a Guy Fawkes mask. It would help get the point across, give you a unique hook, and preserve your anonymity.

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PhDinNY 10 points ago +10 / -0

And a voice modulator could be used, so there would be no way to identify him, although, as a graduate at an Ivy League medical school, it would be pretty easy to identify him, because, how many walk away?

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Brooklyn_Patriot_76 2 points ago +2 / -0

nope, doctors are a commodity. most are too stupid to realize it.

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Slechta5614 27 points ago +27 / -0

If u ever change your mind about the podcast I would love to help u. I also have a solid group of people in my corner. Pray for protection and u will ne protected. Just think about it. We are here for u my friend. Lead the way and u will have plenty of stregth and support

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RevolutionCatalyst 20 points ago +20 / -0

Maybe just don’t talk about any specifics. Talk as an anonymous source.

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Enlightenment_Now 3 points ago +3 / -0

And feel free to combine anecdotes to preserve your anonymity.

Use composite characters.

Change the state, city.

Change the gender of any characters involved.

We'll still get the message.

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Elle4gotMyPW 16 points ago +16 / -0

Very much appreciate your post.

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TacticalWitdotcom 5 points ago +5 / -0

You are wise to see this. Definitely watch your back and pray for guidance on where you can make a difference.

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colorado_patriot 19 points ago +19 / -0

Same. It is astounding how corrupt the pharmaceutical companies and our government are... they're one and the same.

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cherry_lollipop_2 50 points ago +50 / -0

I appreciate SOOO much your taking time to share your experience. I’ve been aware of all of the things you’ve shared-from a patient’s perspective-for many years.

My goal is to stay out of the healthcare system to the GREATEST extent possible for as LONG as possible, by means of the lifestyle choices I make. There are some great books about all of this and I’ve read a few of them. More importantly, I’ve lived it myself. My father passed away in 2015, after spending two months in the hospital, and it was so traumatic with all of the doctors and their bullshit. I wonder if I will ever get past it. I’m still trying to forget.

I have a benign brain tumor that is just being watched right now. The morning after my initial visit with the specialist, I got calls from everyone. Nutritionist, psychologist, radiation oncologist, genetic testing, cancer support (even though I don’t have cancer)…just all wanting to cash in on my situation. Totally nuts.

I wish you the best in your life. You have extraordinary awareness.

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Joys1Daughter 3 points ago +3 / -0

PRAYING for you cherry! You might want to get on Ivermectin or fenfenbenzanole for your benign brain tumor.

Blessings! 🙏🙌💞

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cherry_lollipop_2 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thank you so much...♥

They are definitely on my list now!

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Joys1Daughter 8 points ago +8 / -0

I'm not a Dr but spent last 15 years researching cancer and the Dr here give much great insight as do most of the frens making comments here.

Diet, exercise, vitamins, surround yourself with happy supportive people, sunshine and fresh air and you will enjoy an abundant life!

Take care and Pray for yourself!

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cherry_lollipop_2 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thank you so much. :-) I’m trying!

xoxo

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Joys1Daughter 3 points ago +3 / -0

You will be just fine because God sent you here!

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cherry_lollipop_2 3 points ago +3 / -0

🥰🙏

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cara_c 46 points ago +46 / -0

Great post. You wrote, "They [new doctors] also are routinely forced to work 80-100 hours a week for years on end during residency and literally go into survival mode where you just do what you're told so you won't ruffle any feathers after giving up 8+ years of your life to become a doctor."

I've often wondered why the medical profession keeps insisting doctors work such horrible hours in the first few years, including shifts that keep them up for 24 hours, working while extremely sleep deprived, which isn't good for anyone, doctor or patient. The main reason I've heard is that they really need that much training to become proficient.

Now I think it's like a cult indoctrination using techniques cults use - sleep deprivation to keep new members weak and exhausted, preventing them from using critical thought, and to make them invest so much in becoming a member that they become very resistant to questioning the legitimacy of the cult's teachings..

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hope111111 [S] 39 points ago +39 / -0

"the main reason I've heard is that they really need that much training to become proficient."

This is the excuse given to not change the system. The reality is that residents (highly trained professionals with 4 years of post-graduate education) are paid $50k-$60k a year to work 80 hours a week while providing literally hundreds of thousands of dollars of real work to the hospital. A resident easily works 2x as much per week as a PA who gets paid 100k-125k while making half the amount simply because it's "the law".

And yes, it has the added bonus of being the best possible method of indoctrination. Sleep deprivation and constant work to prevent time for critical thinking. So why would they change it?

Truly sick system.

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ceegeegee 10 points ago +10 / -0

I believe medical error is one of the leading causes of death as well. Is that linked to residents or doctors in established practices who have already walked the gauntlet?

Separate question: I have noticed the trend in recent years to bring the threshold for what are considered healthy cholesterol numbers down and the explosion of pre-DM. Do you agree with these newer thresholds? .

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hope111111 [S] 23 points ago +23 / -0

I answered this elsewhere (cntrl f Minnesota coronary in this thread). I don't believe the cholesterol narrative at all. Low cholesterol patient groups always die first in large scale trials. It is a vital molecule to cellular membrane integrity and immune health. The evidence tying it heart disease is so weak it is truly unbelievable. Watch one video from Dr. Aseem Malhotra about what the statin trials actually show (spoiler: they are garbage and likely do more harm than good).

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SoMuchWinning45 2 points ago +2 / -0

What do you think about "good cholesterol" and "bad cholesterol?"

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SoMuchWinning45 2 points ago +2 / -0

Does Dave like to talk about your health? 🤣🤣🤣🤣

How would cholesterol be high if you're healing? Does it depend on the injury, for example if you're on bed rest? How does LDL move fat?

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HonestBobbin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Any particular video, or any of them?

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HonestBobbin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you! Will check these out.

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AgingGracefully 1 point ago +1 / -0

Our DIL was on statins. She had a severe gall bladder attack and when gall bladder was removed, it was full of "cholesterol blobs", not the more often seen gall stones.

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Teapot_Gravy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just popping in to mention Sytrinol!

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Belowzero 3 points ago +3 / -0

Why are people being mislead bout Pharma product ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine? Merck produces at least one and Merck is an evil pharma company?

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hope111111 [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

they are off patent. Dirt cheap. no money to be made.

Remdesivir is on patent and $3000 per treatment.

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GigiRN 3 points ago +3 / -0

Remdesivir kills the kidneys and elevates Liver function values...and I have not witnessed it make a difference in anyone with the virus!

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spaceforceltc 3 points ago +3 / -0

The patents on those have expired, so multiple pharma companies now make it. When multiple pharma companies can make and sell it, they have to be price-competitive. So the profit margins are significantly smaller.

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NeuroticFisherman 1 point ago +3 / -2

The most common time when patient and medical errors occur are during or after shift changes, when the Dr that's been watching a person for the last couple of days leaves and another Dr takes over the care. The new Dr may miss things the other could catch, they're could be miscommunications about what care had happened and symptom progression, there could be conflicting ideas of how to treat the patient at the different times. Basically, hospitals try to keep shift changes to a minimum and keep a single doctor over a patient's care for as long as possible in order to keep mistakes down and help doctors catch more as they are more involved with the patient over a longer time.

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impera 38 points ago +38 / -0

Heard a lot of the points you have raised before but not all - to my way of thinking point 3 is the most interesting revelatory meta here.

The planned reducing of doctors and indeed all medical professionals to what are essentially controlled welfare bums hopelessly mired in debt and hence controlled by the people paying them will have the same effect in hospitals as the inner city. Generating people who have thought suppressed, morality suppressed etc and become so dysfunctional that they are a cancer on their own lives and everything else decent around them.

Maybe its time to think of hospitals as another creeping decay ghetto blighted type area. With its own cliques, gangs and warlords, drug pushers and murderers.

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Mr_A 24 points ago +24 / -0

It's also a planned scarcity of doctors, centrally planned. All US doctors (and foreign doctors who plan on getting US licenses) go through the match, which was made exempt from antitrust laws around the year 2000 when they were about to lose a lawsuit filed by medical students. The match is kind of like the league contracts for players drafted into pro sports: if they don't sign, they're never allowed in. And it's an abusive hazing ritual for most of them, where patients are thrown at them like water from a fire hose- not the best way to develop good doctor-patient relationships.

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SemperSupra 30 points ago +30 / -0

There was a doctor in Michigan who had been falsely diagnosing patients with cancer for YEARS. He put so many healthy people through chemo and surgery and into medical debt before he was finally exposed. He only got expose because enough people went for second opinions and found out they had no cancer. It's honestly sick.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/michigan-doctor-admits-giving-patients-unnecessary-cancer-treatments

Sheep need to wake up. Get a second opinion.

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PowderRoomPolitics 14 points ago +14 / -0

And make sure you can trust the one giving the second opinion.

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Cpleb 10 points ago +10 / -0

in this day and age I dont think it would be absurd to go for a third opinion.

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suave200 3 points ago +3 / -0

The second opinion should have no financial gain. He/she should not give a different opinion in order to gain you as a patient. If the opinion is the same, go back to the first doctor or seek a third opinion. If the opinion is different seek a third one and then decide what doctor to treat you.

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PowderRoomPolitics 2 points ago +2 / -0

That makes sense to me.

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Cpleb 12 points ago +12 / -0

I remember that cuck....I have a family friend who is an oncologist....When the pandemic first started...he had his staff still go to work while he stayed at home even though many of them were deathly afraid....

Now its one thing if you are like....."ok I still have to save these cancer patients so we need to carry on" and you're there working shoulder to shoulder with these nurses.....but its a whole other thing when you make other people go to work while you collect your paycheck from the comfort and safety of your own home.

Never trust a fat doctor...you know they dont know shit and is only in it for the money

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CheekyBastard 5 points ago +5 / -0

Not unlike getting work done on your car.

I had one guy tell me I needed over $3k of front end work done, replacing upper and lower ball joints, control arms, and steering rack bushings. Had a second guy look at it, and he said upper ball joints and tie rods. $900.

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MarkusCincinnatus 2 points ago +2 / -0

“Dr. Farid Fata” was probably on malpractice jihad.

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impera 16 points ago +16 / -0

I've seen a lot of articles about the 'certificate of need' laws which are essentially organized crime structures that prevent anyone competing with the legacy clinics and institutions that are all clearly terrible. When crime groups have the power of veto over competitors looking to start something up, what a surprise that they are going to abuse that power as much as they can! Another power granted to no other industry, just like the unique zero-liability and consequence-free laws for pharma companies.

Also look at the groups that media is always equivocating for, concealing evidence of, and hyping up entirely undeserved praise and honors... george floyd and fauxi are not really dissimilar people in that regard.

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MNisahellhole 34 points ago +34 / -0

Please sticky this! u/catsfive

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polish_snausage 30 points ago +30 / -0

My kid was fired over the vax at their hospital (Masters Degree). Getting fired is an awful experience, seeing colleagues that were respected exposing themselves as total fucking idiots & communists was really hard on them.

They have ZERO interest in going back.

If you feel inclined, please add them into your prayers that their new path as a small business owner is successful, and that the lawyer hey found that's willing to talk to them gives good advise & that they take it :).

I know the lawyer is unvaxed; so that's a good sign.

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Tailgunner49 27 points ago +27 / -0

I’d like to hear more details about pharma kickbacks. I’m a former micro/molecular biologist who taught microbiology labs/techniques for five yrs at a Med school, and I know this post is valid. I’ve been screaming about the hazards of jabs for 20 yrs. when I took virology, we were exposed to the opposing theory that vaccines have never worked, it was all due to ‘herd immunity’. If you knew how vaccines are manufactured/purified you would never take another needle.

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hope111111 [S] 22 points ago +22 / -0

I appreciate you validating my post. It's always great to see others in the field who are on board with this reality. Many providers you can get to agree with one or two subsets of the things I talk about, but as soon as you bring up certain trigger words like vaccines or alternative cancer treatments you lose 90% of people unfortunately.

I 100% agree with you about the vaccine manufacturing process. Much of what pharma gets away with really does come down to people including healthcare providers simply not knowing the reality of how the cake is made. They read the headline in a major journal and that's all they need to know.

It takes curiosity and bravery to take the next step, and that's when the pupils really start dilating.

Yes folks, the manufacturing process includes things such as monkey kidney cells filled with simian cancer viruses, chick embryos and human fetal tissue.

In terms of kickbacks, while regulation has stepped in to stop a lot of the overt bribing, it still is accomplished in a large variety of ways. Doctors get free lunches/dinners on a regular basis from pharma which has been shown repeatedly to affect their prescribing behaviors. Pediatricians still get a large portion of their income from child "well-visit" vaccinations, it can make up more than 50% of their revenue in some cases. I think because vaccinations are not classified the same way as most other medications, these payments are not technically kickbacks which is quite ironic as vaccines are more potent and potentially dangerous than a large portion of the meds we give.

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CountryBoyWillSurive 7 points ago +7 / -0

Another subtle form of kickbacks is the hotties the pharma companies send to visit the docs. I sometimes wonder if there's a subset who perform "other services" beyond just representing the companies.

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hope111111 [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

hahahahahahaha. I don't think the there are those kinds of reps, but certainly when those twenty year old pharma girls see the type of money some of the docs are pulling in, they would love to be asked on a date.

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Cpleb 2 points ago +2 / -0

sex sells...what else will get you to pay attention to those boring ass pharma presentations.

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queue-anon 6 points ago +6 / -0

Do you know which oils you're referring to, and do you know which ones are actually good?

The "heart-healthy" oils promoted by the AHA in the supermarket are the highly inflammatory oils that cause heart disease.

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hope111111 [S] 23 points ago +23 / -0

Yes. Polyunsaturated oils (the ones they say are good) are bad. Saturated fats (butter, animal fats) are good. Polyunsaturated vegetable oils are things like safflower, soybean oil, sunflower oil, peanut oil, etc. You wouldn't believe the process these oils go through to be made. The mechanism of inflammation is described in a simple video here from minute 14-16

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCQmfRMwHfA

it's very, very straightforward. They simply lie about it because vegetable oils are dirt cheap to feed the masses and increase pharma profits.

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Th4rd_R3ich 10 points ago +10 / -0

That's such a mindfuck dude. To completely unlearn what I thought I knew about fats for the past 10 years... does this redpill only come in suppository form?

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SoMuchWinning45 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah it's a suppository, and the only way you can get it in is with a speculum. 😥

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HonestBobbin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Now I need to find a fantastic high temp oil for popcorn :p

Thanks for the info.

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CJJUSTICE55 3 points ago +3 / -0

I use coconut oil or ghee for popcorn--both are fabulous!

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FishinGuns 2 points ago +2 / -0

Avocado oil is better, but still processed.

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inspoken 2 points ago +2 / -0

What about fish oils, like the Omega-3 fish oil or cod liver oil? What about flax seed oil which is also supposedly high in omega 3? What about olive oil? I must say I use these oils

So eggs friend in bacon fat is fine? (I'm asking because I would love to have more of them that than I do)

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hope111111 [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

Yes eggs in bacon fat is actually good for you. Animal fats are better than polyunsaturated plant fats. Olive oil is the safest plant fat.

Not a fan of fish oil. I think it contains excess vitamin A content which is not discussed in the packaging that actually makes the risks > benefits. I do not know this for a fact but I have seen enough evidence to stay away from it.

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SilentDeplorable 2 points ago +2 / -0

I watched the video link regarding fats; We used to fry with peanut but will stop that. I love cooking with bacon fat and coconut oil, assuming the coconut is fine. What about Flax? I do not use the oil anymore but i use a lot of flax meal. and also just bought a new bottle of Toasted Sesame oil, which I see is also a polyunsaturated. Hope that is OK in moderation? ~ thanks for your original post, very eye opening.

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inspoken 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thanks I love olive oil! I also love Bacon & eggs but used to think it's bad - I guess the things we like are best for us! - thank you fren! I do sorta like fish oils too but not as much as the other stuff - I think I'll just eat what I enjoy. Thank you very much - any other advice if heart problems run in my family???

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hope111111 [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

the main contributors to heart disease, by far, are sugar and oxidized vegetable oils. Eat whole foods, it's as simple as that.

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Space_Monkey 5 points ago +5 / -0

What about fish oils, like the Omega-3 fish oil or cod liver oil? What about flax seed oil which is also supposedly high in omega 3? What about olive oil? I must say I use these oils

Those are monounsaturated fats which are good but become oxidized easily under heat so you should not cook with them.

So eggs friend in bacon fat is fine?

I used to eat that for breakfast every morning and lost quite a bit of weight (70 lbs). I still do sometimes just changed my habits over the years.

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MAG768720 3 points ago +3 / -0

I usually eat around a dozen raw eggs per day. One of the healthiest foods you can eat.

Problem with cod liver oil is it is concentrated. Not a whole food. Best to just eat the fish itself, along with everything in it.

Olive oil, also not a whole food. Whole foods rule.

Animal foods better/healthier than plant foods.

Raw foods better than cooked foods

Flax seed oil = seeds and seed oils are bad. VERY bad.

Think about how a plant survives. It cannot fight. It cannot run. It cannot bite or claw. Yet, it must survive. It must avoid being eaten alive by animals. How does it do that?

It creates toxins in certain parts of it. The body of the plant has toxins that are designed to kill small insects that eat it. The seeds do, too.

The plant "wants" animals to eat the fruit, but not the seed. It "wants" the animal to digest the fruit, keeping the seeds in tact, and poop it out into a pile of manure in rich soil. That is how the next generation continues.

Eat meat, eggs, and dairy, and you won't have to worry about omegas.

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Analophigus 2 points ago +2 / -0

Im just coming out of 6 years of being vegan. I am trying to soak up everything you say. Thank you

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hope111111 [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

Appreciate your comment! My brother is actually a vegan and he seems to be healthy (although he did experience a few flare ups of psoriasis which seems to be somewhat common in the vegan community). Vegan diet can still be healthier than Standard American Diet, but truthfully the amount of micronutrients in animal products dwarfs vegetables by orders of magnitute. Adding even a little meat and eggs into your diet can have profound impacts on your health. This is a good lecture as well on animal vs plant fats and risks of excess sugar.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCQmfRMwHfA

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Analophigus 2 points ago +2 / -0

Totally feel that. The problem got to be: nothing healthy or green sounded good and I am about to pop (pregnant). 🤷🏼‍♀️ Including eggs and some meats now. Its working for my family so far. We are just trying to stay alive long enough for the cures to come out! Thank you for the truth. I loved this thread

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MAG768720 6 points ago +6 / -0

If you think about it, plant oils are not really fats at all.

They are man-made substances that are produced under high pressure and high temperatures in manufacturing plants.

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inspoken 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah but olive oil has been around for centuries Maybe oils from the sorts of things that are harder to make oil from like grains & vegetables????

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MAG768720 3 points ago +3 / -0

Bread has also been around for several thousand years.

That does not mean it is a natural food or that it is not man-made.

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inspoken 4 points ago +4 / -0

I think olive oil is fine my fren, Olives aren't a vegetable

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FishinGuns 3 points ago +3 / -0

Or good for us, at this point.

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Mr_A 1 point ago +1 / -0

There was a very good post about the bread in France not causing the problems that iron-fortified breads (in pharma-corrupted countries) cause. Search "iron" on GA to find it.

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BlackHawkClown0 4 points ago +4 / -0

Sounds like you and OP know a lot about the belly of the pharma beast. Would you mind answering a couple questions for those of us who would like to learn more?

  • Do you have any credible resources that we could read/watch? (Research papers, books, videos, etc)

  • How do you distinguish between credible information and untrustworthy?

  • What are your thoughts on germ theory vs terrain theory?

Thank you

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

Two good books for an overview are Bad Science & Bad Pharma by Ben Goldacre. There are others but these are readable by normies if you’re trying to educate someone.

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Belowzero 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ask about the pharma kickbacks being given now for ivermectin as it’s growth is exploding. Who’s getting paid to plug this Merck Ivermectin drug?

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CasuallyObservant 4 points ago +4 / -0

Merck's Ivermectin patent is expired, I think. Therefore, it can be made generically by many different manufacturers, and sold for a couple of bucks.

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Kissaki 23 points ago +23 / -0

Refreshing to read. Thank you for sharing. It all sounds about right, tragically.

Have you heard about chlorine dioxide? DMSO? B-17?

Once you leave the plantation, lots of wonderful doors open up.

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hope111111 [S] 42 points ago +42 / -0

Of course.

It's somewhat funny, every doctor in medicine is forced to learn one very crucial point about the immune system: the final product produced by the immune system to combat bacterial illness is HOCL-. What is that? It's fucking bleach.

Yet suggest injecting dilute HOCL or chlorine dioxide to combat sepsis or multidrug-resistant bacteria and you'll find yourself stripped of your license.

B-17 also has MOUNTAINS of evidence behind it. If I had cancer, I would treat myself along these lines: zero sugar (cancers require sugar to survive as they are growing so fast they will starve without it), immune system stimulation with things like B 1-3 glucan (found in mushrooms/fungi, greatly stimulates NK cell) and a few other natural compounds (theres one in particular that was discovered in Japan then covered up and now being studied in Israel that I can't think of the name), THC oil, and b-17/laetrile. I would NEVER EVER accept chemo unless I had one of the very few cancers that are known to be highly susceptible.

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hope111111 [S] 29 points ago +29 / -0

The plethora of evidence suggests that ivermectin does indeed improve covid-19 outcomes, especially when given early.

Ivmmeta.com

I really don't know how doctors are still denying this. It is also so safe that NOT giving it to patients before they are hospitalized seems negligent to me. They'll shoot you up with spike gene therapy to every cell but won't give their patients ivermectin. I really can't explain their thought-process (or lack thereof). I'm not saying Ivermectin is a miracle, but it certainly seems from the meta-analyses (aggregation of all the trials into one large pool of trials) that it has a beneficial effect.

I have seem some studies to suggest that autism outcomes can be improved with things like dietary changes and a few other things that are escaping me right now. That being said......severe autism is usually caused by some form of brain inflammation or lack of oxygen during childhood and in my honest opinion can never be truly reversed.

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hope111111 [S] 19 points ago +19 / -0

I gotcha. Autism is a MASSIVE spectrum from barely noticeable (including extremely high functioning and even genius-like knowledge on certain topics for people with things like Asperger's) to completely unable to function in society.

I always am wary about labels. If you feel fine and it doesn't affect your life too much in a negative way, then I wouldn't worry about it

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Cpleb 4 points ago +4 / -0

what makes someone autistic at the barely noticeable level?

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Th4rd_R3ich 14 points ago +14 / -0

Being here, kek.

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DontTreadOnPede 12 points ago +13 / -1

Check out "Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy" by Amy Lansky.

Another thing that our medical system has done is suppress alternative treatments like homeopathy, even though it consistently beats placebo and is heavily used in India and South America. One of the founding goals of the AMA was to irradicate homeopathy.

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DontTreadOnPede 13 points ago +13 / -0

Downvote for even mentioning homeopathy. The AMA has done their job well.

For anyone with an open mind, check out the following link which describes in detail how the AMA destroyed several natural medical schools in the 1800s:

https://homeopathic.com/a-condensed-history-of-homeopathy/

People say they want an alternative healthcare system. We used to have one. It was so effective that several epidemics were cured more effectively with tools like homeopathy than with allopathic medicine. A good place to start taking back our medical heritage is to learn the history of alternative medicine in the 1800s.

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stevethefish76 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm not the one who downvoted you, but I won't upvote you either. I've studied a lot abot naturopathic remedies, and I am all behind that. Homeopathy, however, is not something I can get behind. It is all about dilution, as if the "essence" of something in a trace amount of dilution can do anything. I can drop some whiskey into a glass of water, but it won't get me drunk. But that is the concept that homeopathy promotes, and I find that rather disagreeable.

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VaxForQuacks 1 point ago +1 / -0

I believe high quality fish oils work too. It gets to be expensive but I guess that's the price people pay for fucking themselves up.

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MAG768720 3 points ago +3 / -0

Autism = Check out Natasha Campbell-McBride. Correcting autism is her speciality.

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ArcaneSlang -6 points ago +2 / -8

Ask how he afforded to walk away from an Ivy League education.

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MichaelConservative 13 points ago +13 / -0

the loss of financials for saving of the soul should be worth it to everyone. it's a shame that there aren't more of the OP.

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Cpleb 3 points ago +3 / -0

scholarship?

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Deplorabilly 10 points ago +10 / -0

I fixed a lung infection with bleach! I made a video about it after the hysteria in the spring of 2020 about Trump suggesting that injecting disinfectant may help with Covid. He never said the word "bleach" but I did. https://youtu.be/f-gmlHK4uCU

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KickingPugilist 4 points ago +4 / -0

The credits are hilarious.

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Deplorabilly 2 points ago +2 / -0

It was a good crew.

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Th4rd_R3ich 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is exactly where my mind went

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Kissaki 7 points ago +7 / -0

Good to hear. Real medicine is coming to the masses, and soon.

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Belowzero 2 points ago +2 / -0

Merck makes all these vaccines plus it makes ivermectin! Merck is an evil company. Sure this ivermectin works as well as their vaccines! Why are people being mislead, who is misleading them? Maybe they think if they believe ivermectin is goo try their vaccine it might be good too.

https://www.merck.com/docs/VACC-1213236-0000-Merck-Vaccines-Branded-Timeline-FINAL.pdf

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lovecymru 1 point ago +1 / -0

What do you think of nigella sativa for health maintenance? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V_1i63fDlzk

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Litecola2 22 points ago +22 / -0

Please consider doing a Project Veritas anon interview, or a call in to Rogan. Get a burner phone and install a voice-changing app if you must, but get the word out wider!

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hope111111 [S] 18 points ago +18 / -0

I really would love to, but I lack credentials that I think Rogan would want for the show. Perhaps Veritas is a good option though

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SuckaFree 20 points ago +20 / -0

Op, you might as well start multiple topic threads and just go from there. Mich like you did here, bit get specific. There's tons of us here that can use that info for good. We NEED someone like you, on the inside, that isn't brainwashed an still willing to speak out on the horrors of Rockefeller Medicine.

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Nolagirl99 5 points ago +5 / -0

Great suggestion! I personally believe this is part of devolution. The medical system and big pharma has to be outed. I have a teenage daughter and her generation has really started focusing on wellness. When someone in the house gets sick, she has a sniffle while the rest of us suffer. My dad has a stellar immune system and I honestly believe it’s because he grew up country, fresh vegs and canned. The focus is already trending towards health. This is going to be a new information warfare, especially if we’re right about the vaccines

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Saltsky 19 points ago +19 / -0

My daughter got meningitis after getting her vaccine at age 2 for meningitis. Almost killed her. We took her to doctor a Fay or two after the shot. To the ER a week after shot where they did nothing and she was released. I had her back in that same afternoon if the ER as she was in seizures. I watched them do a spinal tap then lift flight her away to real care. She had a pressure relief bolt drilled into her head which saved her life. They said she would not make it and if she did she wouldn’t be functional. Everything ended up fine. I submitted a complaint and was told it wasn’t the vaccine. I am happy to be down the road 17 years later.

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Cpleb 15 points ago +15 / -0

its never the vaccine....even when you get the disease that the vaccine supposedly prevents you from getting...repeat a lie often enoough and nurses start believing it.

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Narg 19 points ago +19 / -0

An epic and important post.

I've been looking at and into this topic (from a distance) for decades and you're right: what you describe is somehow even worse than I already knew. I hadn't thought that possible.

This post should be put in front of every student from Junior High to graduate school; it should be read aloud on the Evening News every night and published repeatedly in every newspaper and magazine that has been running Medical and Pharma propaganda in ads and editorials.

Talk about a Great Awakening. It's hard to believe anyone could read your post and not at least BEGIN to wake the fuck up.

Thank you!

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Cloe123 18 points ago +18 / -0

Great article. As a RN, I bought into the brainwashing of the Medical complex. Having experienced damage from a vaccine given to me as a RN, and the continual push to take the flu shot every year, I began to wake up. Parents can start by refusing the hepatitis shot be given to their newborn within the first 3 days of life in the hospital after birth. Find a pediatrician who isn’t compromised and values your right to decide about childhood shots.

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hope111111 [S] 21 points ago +21 / -0

Yep. Hep B is the obvious place to start. It is just so beyond ridiculous that it is given to the children of Hep negative mothers as soon as their born. That alone should be enough to wake people up.

I bought the brainwashing at first too. It takes a LOT of time, and ability to trust your own ability to read data to be able to overcome the groupthink.

Thanks for your post!

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TigerGirl12 16 points ago +16 / -0

Thank you for this post. I’ve had some VERY bad experiences with doctors. You’ve just confirmed suspicions.

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OneDayMore 16 points ago +16 / -0

Yes yes yes! Excellent summary. So glad you got out when you could.

Husband is a physician and he discussed these points often. Everything stated above is accurate. I wrote this in the Donald a few days ago, and it discusses more regarding why doctors have become what they’ve become. That being said, husband is actively working to leave medicine altogether-he did not get the shot btw.

“ Doctors have been losing respect since the 90s ( private practice takeovers/administrative bloat, focus on customer service/paperwork instead of actually treating patients) Med students take on a debt load of $200,000 or more to go to med school) - interest rates are exorbitant. Most come out $300,000 in debt after 4 years. Residency salary is around 40,000-50,000 with a looming debt load. The business/financial education of medicine is intentionally left out of the curriculum aside from med codes which bring in the $$$, causing a major gap in knowledge that hinders the ability to run a clinic or hospital without healthcare MBAs etc. The grueling mental and physical effects of med school and residency change you. Think of a decade of your life spent mastering this craft and not getting paid for it. 100+ hours (the rule is 80 hrs but isn’t always followed) per week being abused by your upper levels in residency, sick patients and their families, administrators always aiming to devalue the practice of medicine, etc. So basically #1 and the looming fear of failing your STEP exams, boards, or not placing in the residency you hope for because of #2.

Insert COVID

A physician’s medical opinion became desired and valuable again. Doctors felt like true heroes. Add in that they trusted their field’s leaders (older physician colleagues, cdc, fda, medical associations etc) and were able to serve as knowledgeable extensions of that “expertise”. Add in the current threat of losing the license and board certifications it took a decade to earn (and in many cases for these young docs who are still hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt) if you speak out or treat differently than the medically accepted norm. Hope this helps. Doesn’t make it right, but it helps to understand what happened to medicine before Covid and provides more clarity behind the psychosis that has so successfully infiltrated the healthcare industry.”

Edit: also-no more shots for our kiddos. The links are there-it’s insane how big medicine has gotten away with it for so long.

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hope111111 [S] 19 points ago +19 / -0

Great post. Your paragraph about the reality of going through residency in this sick system couldn't be more accurate. It is ASTONISHING what doctors have put up with, as you say largely because of ignorance - they were never taught the business in the first place or how to stand up for themselves. I majored in healthcare management and have an MD/MBA father so I was exposed to both sides which gave me a much more critical eye about what was really going on.

And yes, covid was the perfect excuse for the Type A egos in medicine to finally feel like their years of slaving away could be put to use by being the "authority" their friends and family could trust in. Sadly even in this they failed, by following objectively retarded (sorry for the language) orders from the CDC instead of thinking for themselves. Seriously, how can anyone look at themselves seriously in the mirror after refusing to treat covid patients before hospitalization for TWO YEARS in the most advanced country on earth. "Nope, come back when you can't breathe." Beyond imagination.

I met a lot of wonderful people in medicine, and I'm sure I would have learned a lot working under your husband, but I simply found the BS outweighed the good moments 10 to 1 in medicine and the thought of 4-6 years in residency being forced to keep my true opinions a secret was just too much for me.

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mac1221 7 points ago +7 / -0

Thanks for this post. You articulated the issues very well and I am sure it was an eye opener for some of the frens lurking here. We have new people every day finding us and these red pills are not always easy to swallow but are necessary to take.

I had been in clinical practice for a couple of decades after starting out in research. Everything you stated in your OP is dead on the money - pun intended. I got out of research because I just couldn't take the politics of it all any longer. Most research is a profit driven smoke screen to lend false validity to some already predetermined outcome. The noble pursuit of finding answers to help better mankind is the idealistic rationale given for public consumption while the true nature and purpose of what is occurring in labs around the world is far from the altruistic image in the public's mind. The jockeying for funding by these labs is sickening to watch as they whore themselves and dance for the money.

Since Covid hit I've been sitting on the sidelines. Funny that this last year I finally paid off my loans - go figure. Just could not take the insanity of it all any more and I refuse to be part of the killing fields. For years I focused on nutrition and only used prescription drugs as a stop gap until lifestyle and nutritional changes could take effect. I was privileged in that I had a small patient base of individuals that lived off grid so to speak. The children were mostly home schooled. I saw first hand children that were actually healthy because they shunned vaxxines and did not take pharmaceuticals. There was not one child in this cohort that had neurodevelopmental disorders like autism, food allergies, or autoimmune disease. There was a sharp contrast between these children, many of them now young adults, with those raised according to the more widely accepted model of what is considered "healthy." Even the adults in this group were in far better health than the average person one may see as a patient. You are right in that none of the truly healthy ways of living are taught to us in our so called institutions of higher learning. If anything, these ways are marginalized and demeaned. We have to spend the time to reeducate ourselves in the truth rather than the death cult model indoctrination promoted in medical school. Healthy people do not make profit.

There had been a small collection of practitioners where I live that still maintained private practices and colored outside of the lines. But, attrition has seen those numbers dwindle. Private practice is a huge financial undertaking that is hard to justify on top of an already crushing burden just getting licensed. I saw the first huge change come with the passage of the ACA. With this digital takeover, many of my colleagues decided then that it was time to go and they retired. Most of the newer practices coming on the scene to take their place were corporate medical entities. Over the last decade or so, one by one those of us that lean more alternative have been disappearing. The landscape has completely changed from when I first started decades ago. I really don't recognize it any longer and I certainly don't fit. I keep telling myself that when this beast they have created finally collapses under its own weight that there will be room for a new way of delivering health care where people like us can actually help and not harm. Let us pray that day be sooner rather than later.

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hope111111 [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

Thank you so much for your post. Nothing makes me feel better than seeing other HCPs, especially those who have been at it for years, who agree with what I say. It is very easy to feel alone in this fight.

The corporate takeover has been unrelenting and has taken away a large percentage of physician's autonomy. I too am hopeful that this could be the event that spurs a groundswell of positive change in healthcare.

Thanks again!

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mac1221 3 points ago +3 / -0

You are not alone fren. There are more of us out here than you realize. Most of us have learned to operate under the radar and keep our heads down not to be in the sights of our respective licensing boards. Going public in many cases is committing professional suicide. I just pray that the large percentage of fence riders on our professional bell curve will come off that fence and finally take a stand. They know in their hearts that things are not right but they continue to go along to get along. Compromise with tyranny is never a winning strategy. They just do not realize how powerful they really are if they came together.

In these challenging times I am also grateful to know there are those like yourself from this wheelhouse able to help our frens seeking answers. It may not be what we would prefer, but they depend on us to help them navigate this medical minefield. Our training and experience has a purpose - just maybe not in the way that we first imagined. Welcome aboard fren.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Take a look at aapsonline.org. They're a good group, with many doctors that left the insurance and Medicare reservations. Whatever happens, it'll be good to know about a group of doctors that are already trying to fix things.

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mac1221 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for the link. I keep hearing their name come up here and there. I will keep it in mind should I decide to get off the bench. I think this redpilling has forced many to rethink the way we have been doing things. We could not continue down the road we were on. Thanks again for your post.

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Lupinate 15 points ago +15 / -0

Epic. And conforms to a key part of the cabalite plans of controlling the common man:

  1. Get targets into massive debt, then either
  2. Bail out targets with dark money so they can own them outright and tell targets to act as unethically as possible for that funding, OR
  3. Eliminate threats to the cabal without directly killing them, by driving said threat as far into penury as possible.

This is the cause for:

  • China's spying campaign in the west via Universities. Get uni students to spy for the NSB by threatening families with debt and persecution
  • get the medical professionals under the thumb of the cabal by making them effectively indentured servants
  • recruiting existing spies/Black ops agents for cabalite use
  • controlling political candidates via funding their campaigns
  • controlling news media to promote vaccines and transhumanist cyberpunk scenarios for the future

At the end of the day, money is the primary control lever over the entire system. Our job while holding the line is to help break their money supply, unite against the blackmail, and challenge these controlled individuals at every step.

OP - thank you for a well written and open corroboration of this. Insiders like you who reveal the mechanics of control and the lies we are sold are more valuable than all the diamonds and precious metals we can buy.

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Cpleb 5 points ago +5 / -0

Proverbs 22:7 ....The debtor is slave to the lender...I made a post today about it bc I was thinking the same lines as you..

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Mr_A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Trump's corollary: "If you owe the bank $10,000 the bank owns you; if you owe the bank $10 billion, you own the bank."

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Vapourface 15 points ago +15 / -0

It has been interesting watching the development of a cohort I met in prenatal classes - 8 couples with now about 12 children. Seven years of observation. My children are not vaxxed at all. Those other children, all on the full schedule, the first batch of 9 kids, three had serious health problems in their early years. My child is the tallest and was speaking earlier than the others, has even temperament, The twins in that group still have patchy hair aged seven!

I know it is anecdotal, but including my brothers children (vaxxed and seem dull) I have seen enough to know avoiding vax is the best way to go. The idea that perfect children need medical intervention from day one is obscene.

The other major factor though is food, the crap some people feed their kids is shocking, basically abusive. Feeding them dogfood would be better for them than the sugar and chemical laden packet food I see them eating. You cannot tell people.

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Th4rd_R3ich 5 points ago +5 / -0

Omg lol I laughed out loud when you said "vaxxed and seem dull" 😂😭😭

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Nolagirl99 1 point ago +1 / -0

There’s someone that commented earlier about giving her baby vaccines and feeling helpless. Maybe you could share some insight for u/hopiumaddict

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Hopiumaddict 1 point ago +1 / -0

Both my wife and I feel entirely helpless. We would almost need to just pick up and move away because of the area we live in. Even the at home daycares require the full list of jabs. It feels like child abuse! I hate myself for allowing it to happen, but I feel like I’m backed into a corner. The problem is, we both need to work full time jobs and don’t have nearby family who can watch her.

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Nolagirl99 2 points ago +2 / -0

Life is hard! If it’s any help, I have three kids (all vaxed bc I didn’t know any better) and they’re all fine. You may want to put a post up asking what others did. I’ve seen a ton of people post their stories. They may be able to help?

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Hopiumaddict 2 points ago +2 / -0

I appreciate your response! The most I’ve been able to do with the pediatrician is space out all the vaccines so she doesn’t get them all at once. I had a lot of questions related to vaccines when we first starting seeing this pediatrician, and basically he chalked up all of my questions and concerns to conspiracy theories and said that the doctors who first questioned the vaccines have admitted they lied.

I have questioned them on the covid jabs many times and that’s when I realized that the doctors are straight up brainwashed. We have such a long way to go in getting this country healthy, mentally, physically, and most importantly spiritually.

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Nolagirl99 3 points ago +3 / -0

There are some homeopathic pediatricians and practices out there. It might be a good starting point

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Hopiumaddict 2 points ago +2 / -0

We have been looking into this! My wife sees a homeopathic doctor, and I just generally avoid the doctors at all costs. We’re having a very hard time finding one, but will definitely continue to search.

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Nolagirl99 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sometimes the have practices that include a homeopathic doctor. Like a midwife at an obstetrician’s practice.

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seasonedcastiron 2 points ago +2 / -0

Does your state have any vaccine exemptions?

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Hopiumaddict 1 point ago +1 / -0

Funny you should ask - my wife and I were just talking 10 minutes ago about looking into religious exemptions for our daughter. Just insane that I need to do so - for my own child that I support..

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Murphy71 13 points ago +13 / -0

(Reposting from your other post…)

f you haven’t heard of him yet, there is a doc in the UK who is very much on your level.

https://www.drsamwhite.com/

He’s the doc who took the General Medical Council to the High Court and won, and is now suing the MHRA, the medicines regulator. A true warrior for truth, justice and medical freedom.

His legal case with the MHRA:

https://pjhlaw.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/letterMHRA.pdf

He is supporting this submission to the ICC at The Hague:

https://www.docdroid.com/WUjv6iw/icc-complaint-7-1-pdf

Here he talks about his actions in detail:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/sryTomWRaQrS/

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KekPlusOne 12 points ago +13 / -1

Wow! Great writeup! What are your thoughts on terrain theory? And what about parasites as being a cause to disease?

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hope111111 [S] 30 points ago +30 / -0

Parasites are obviously a cause of disease but I think what you are getting at is that they are underdiagnosed which I 100% agree with. We routinely deworm our animals (and if you look back into the history of medicine and pediatrics, it was a common practice in the past for children and adults alike).

I do think you can go overboard with antiparasitic drugs (for example I see some people taking ivermectin on a weekly basis now or others taking multiple antiparasitics every month), but overall I would say we are under rather than over addressing the problem in first world humans currently. There are also some VERY interesting case reports of patients with highly advanced cancers going into immediate remission with antiparasitics like fenbendazole. Whether this is because the drug works directly on the cancer, or kills undiagnosed parasites thus freeing up the immune system to destroy the cancer, I cannot say.

In terms of terrain theory, I definitely believe viruses are real but obviously as you can see from my post I believe that creating a healthy and robust body is BY FAR the best protection you can give yourself against viral illness. I think people get caught up with viruses not being real because they aren't truly alive. They're literally just genetic code wrapped in a protein shell (or in the covid vax case, genetic code wrapped in lipids which makes the code able to easily enter all cells i.e. more dangerous in my opinion).

But yes, maintaining a robust immune system + metabolic function (terrain) is the most important thing you can do for yourself against all illness.

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hope111111 [S] 26 points ago +26 / -0

He had stage 4 cancer (highest stage) in every organ system. Took fenbendazole. Completely disappeared.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYILnjc_wuY

I don't think it would work for every person, could be that this man had a particular type that was highly susceptible, but this result is truly incredible given that the survival rate for stage 4 cancer is well below 10% and almost never is cured.

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magglepuss 11 points ago +11 / -0

I watched that video almost 3 years ago. The weird thing is, I never watch medical video's because I think I have every symptom they may mention. LOL. Anyway I watched this one, and a week later my sister called me and said her husband had been diagnosed with stage 4 small cell lung cancer. She said they didn't think he had much time to go at all. After hanging up I remembered that video, and found it back and called her.

I didn't want to ask her if he had tried fenbendazole, as I didn't want to pry. At about the same time Rush Limbaugh was diagnosed with the same type of cancer. I guess he was on his show exclaiming to the audience that he would not be taking dog de-wormer, as many had suggested.

My BIL went for chemo, and they had to put him in the hospital because his white blood cell count went so low.
The next thing I know, my sister tells me how he had a miracle and had recovered. She later sent me a written note that they used the "de-wormer" . That was almost 3 years ago, and he is doing great.

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XOXOGG 4 points ago +4 / -0

That is the type of cancer my Mom was just diagnosed with. I've already ordered fenbendazole and it will be coming soon. Did your BIL do the standard care along with alternative care?? It's great that he is doing so well for 3 years. That is very rare with this type of cancer.

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magglepuss 4 points ago +4 / -0

I am not sure if they planned on doing both fenbendazol and standard care, However after one chemo session, he wound up in the hospital with a white blood cell count close to 0. I believe that is when he walked away from standard care.
My sister and BIL are very private type people so I didn't ask what care they were going to do. Plus, people like Rush Limbaugh were on the radio kind of mocking this type of care. I'm pretty sure after that first bad chemo treatment it was all non-standard. I know my sister attributes his good health to the fenbendazol. Best wishes for you and your mother.

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SoMuchWinning45 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's kind of the problem with being a hypochondriac. You have a set of symptoms, but the potential number of conditions is astronomical.

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annamaga 4 points ago +4 / -0

wow, the 3:09 mark should piss everyone off.....total 180 from what malevolent media says now

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DogeToTheMoon 6 points ago +6 / -0

Give Parasite Pill a read. It's been shared quite a bit here previously.

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Tylerlc22 11 points ago +11 / -0

I use fenbendzolone, the Joe tippen protocol, post brain surgery, radiation, chemo for a grade 2/3/4 astrocytoma. I feel as if, almost two years later, it helps. The scan comparisons of those on tbis protocol in the Facebook group are UNDENIABLE

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Tylerlc22 1 point ago +1 / -0

I havent heard of him specifically but the keto diet was being studird by a neruro oncologist i got a second opinion from and she filled me in some. While my life, to me and family, is priceless. I dont think I could fully make the switch with 4 kids. Mean while im otherwise healthy, young (30 this past novemver) eat as clean as possible and workout near everyday and pray more steady these days.

Thanks for you for your wishes

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cherry_lollipop_2 4 points ago +4 / -0

What are your thoughts on an optimal diet?

I agree, of course, about sugars.

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hope111111 [S] 14 points ago +14 / -0

Optimal diet in my opinion is a low-carb diet including plenty of red meat, fish, and fresh vegetables. Especially looking out to avoid inflammatory polyunsaturated seed oils as well as fructose (worst form of sugar) which are added into so many processed foods.

I agree strongly with people like Dr. Fettke.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KybOPCB2Qd4

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cherry_lollipop_2 6 points ago +6 / -0

That is exactly what I’m doing! After many years of a plant-based high, high carb diet that really harmed me.

I feel so. much. better. now

Thanks for the video. :-)

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hope111111 [S] 15 points ago +15 / -0

Yep, the plant-based movement is very powerful and has strong emotional arguments + a lot of documentaries and narratives/propaganda.

That diet can still be better than the standard american diet, but when you really get down into the nitty-gritty of cellular metabolism, the fact remains that high sugar loads are not normal from a human evolution perspective and cause problems with insulin resistance, glycation of vessel proteins, and inflammation.

Meat contains all the micronutrients that animal cells require (as that is what it is itself), lots of protein and collagen to maintain your body. I love eating meat and veggies, feel incredible and stay lean.

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SoMuchWinning45 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think a guy named Dave wants to talk about your collagen. 🤣🤣

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Cpleb 1 point ago +1 / -0

is lean meats still preferred or any meat? can you overdo it with animal fats? We still want to stay within the calorie range appropriate for the individual right?

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MAG768720 7 points ago +7 / -0

Fatty meat is healthiest.

People who want to lose bodyfat would likely do well to choose lean meats, since ideally they should be using up that excess bodyfat for energy.

But once at a maintence level, fatty meats are best.

Saturated fat is necessary for proper body function: energy, cholesterol, cellular membranes, hormones, proper digestion of vitamins and production of Vitamin D (a hormone, not a vitamin).

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hope111111 [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think red meat is healthier than lean meat. I don't think you would overdo it with animal fats. Again the deception goes very deep, animal fats are not dangerous in any way, they are highly stable and are the exact fats that make up your body. Polyunsaturated seed oils are highly inflammatory and the process they go through to be created is wild. This is a good starting point for the average person to understand in very basic terms why polyunsaturated oils are the dangerous ones

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCQmfRMwHfA

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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's what I was wondering too. Yes OP, please share your thoughts.

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MichaelConservative 4 points ago +4 / -0

I think it's also important to discuss which vegetables, because some are full of natural sugars (fructose and the like) which raise your glycemic levels causing oxidation of "bad cholesterol" causing various issues. Eating red meats and eggs are cause for increases in Glutathione which help stave off things like spike proteins. Literally the end of this "pandemic" is to eat meat and eggs, while avoiding carbs and sugars. Absolutely any vegetable oil, palm oil, etc. are all awful for you. The only exceptions would be olive oil and avocado oil, if butter (or tallow) is not available. Bacon grease (or other meat greases) are also good oil substitutes. The only difficulty I've found is bakers have spent generational lifetimes cooking with bad ingredients to make what we now enjoy as baked goods. I wish I knew of a good baker using these alternate ingredients to make a quality end product. I guess keto / carnivore recipes frequently use ground pork rinds in place of flour. This is done to minimize carb intake.

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Greekish 2 points ago +2 / -0

The only exceptions would be olive oil and avocado oil, if butter (or tallow) is not available.

Coconut oil is fine. I use it all the time.

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MichaelConservative 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, coconut oil is also fine. There are a few. Mainly, stay away from Canola and Vegetable Oils. I think Sunflower Oil is somewhere between ok and trash. I think the best oils are worse than grease derived from meats. Bacon grease, tallow, and butter are king.

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Cpleb 1 point ago +1 / -0

speaking of flour and baked goods...is gluten free flour better or is that bunk too?

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MichaelConservative 1 point ago +2 / -1

It is still high in carbs, so... whatever you want to make of that. ;)

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Cpleb 1 point ago +1 / -0

True.

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MAG768720 1 point ago +1 / -0

Georgia Ede has some excellent lectures on her research into plant foods.

Turns out, there are NO scientific studies proving that vegetables are healthy to eat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdRBFiBWQZQ&t=851s

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EndHumanTrafficking2 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've recently started growing my own food. I enjoy it as a hobby, but do you think there will also be health benefits to eating home grown fruit and veg compared with supermarket fruit and veg?

I think I remember reading somewhere that modern vegetables have so many preservatives and chemicals added to them (so that they last longer on the shelf) that they provide only a fraction of the nutrients compared to vegetables from decades ago when we got them direct from farmer's markets. Is that true? Is modern processed fruit and veg less healthy now than decades ago?

Finally, this is probably an obvious question, but I've also started trying to eat more 'real meat' rather than processed meat, i.e. steaks rather than burgers. Presumably real meat is much healthier than processed meat? Should I try to cut out processed meat entirely and just stick to real meat?

Thank you for taking the time to answer so many questions. This whole thread has been very eye-opening and informative.

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MAG768720 3 points ago +3 / -0

Viruses.

They have no digestive system. They have no respiratory system. They have no reproductive system. They are not able to move about on their own.

They are not alive.

Therefore, how can they "DO" anything?

No virus has EVER been isolated and purified from ANY bodily fluid of any human or animal ... in the entire history of virology.

Big Foot and unicorns are just as "real" as viruses.

Viruses are just cellular debris, misinterpreted as something more.

Or at least, that is what the evidence indicates.

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hope111111 [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

I can fully explain how they do something.

Viruses are indeed not alive. But your cells are. Viruses are literally just genetic instructions (say instructions for a spike protein) in a capsule. The genetic information enters your cells which then begin to produce the harmful protein. These proteins aren't coded for in your genome so your immune system recognizes them as harmful and removes the cells that are producing it.

I understand why you are skeptical, I really do.

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MAG768720 1 point ago +1 / -0

That is the theory. But there is no evidence to back up the theory.

And that is a BIG problem.

Nobody has ever seen this phenomenon.

Nobody has ever reproduced this in any way.

OTOH, Stefan Lanka and his team have shown that the ONLY method virologists use to claim that viruses exist is a method that actually CREATES what they claim is the virus.

It (the "virus") did not exist before they did the experiment. ALL virology experiments use the SAME method.

They poison monkey kidney cells with antibiotics that are specifically toxic to kidney cells, and then when the in vitro cells break down and die, the virologist claims it is the mysterious "virus" that caused the cellular death.

This is the ONLY "proof" that any virus exists.

So, the claims that viruses do this or that with spike proteins or other means, is merely speculation with no actual scientific evidence to support it.

As far as:

proteins aren't coded for in your genome

It turns out that the SARS-CoV-2 virus has an EXACT MATCH of human genome Chromosome 8 within it.

Since these virus genomes are ONLY created via computer program (with NO actual physical virus sample available to study), it should not be suprising that these viruses have dozens or hundrends of genetic material matches to human and other genetic samples.

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PhDinNY 1 point ago +1 / -0

What about viruses that have been photographed with SEMs?

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Wexit-Delecto 1 point ago +1 / -0

IMO, viruses as 'seen' and detected by science are evidence of parasite infestation. Some of them are parasite shit. Others are parasite eggs. If you sequence the DNA of these things you'll get results, obviously, but that doesn't tell you anything when you've fundamentally misapprehended what you're looking at.

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descrptivepsych 2 points ago +2 / -0

Parasites are obviously a cause of disease

Actually, parasites help us to break down toxins. One documented example is worm therapy. But in general, parasites eat dead cells and toxins (parasites have higher concentrations of toxins than do our own bodies, hence they remove toxins from our bodies) -- they actually help us.

Of course, there are some cases where people continue adding things they should not be having (like certain "foods" or other unhealthy things), thus continually increasing some parasite or another to the point where it could become a problem -- this could explain those cases of people recovering from using anti parasitic medication, if it truly is because of the anti-parasitic effect and not because of some other effect, BUT those people unless they change the causes that allowed that parasite to come in and fester in the first place will have solved no fundamental health issue and will be continually dependent on anti-parasitical drugs just like we give to animals that also are not fed or live optimally. However, it is normally best to let a parasite infection run its course. At least, if eating optimally (sadly, almost no one does), which I posted a link about in my other comment.

I know this is a very unpopular stance on this forum, but it is worth looking into if you want to do independent research.

edit: here is my other comment thread in case anyone is looking

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MAG768720 1 point ago +1 / -0

I am leaning more and more towards the pleomorphic aspect to explain most of human health when it comes to bacteria and parasites.

I can't say I am 100% there, but it makes the most sense to me, so far.

One of the fundamental errors of modern medicine/science is the mistaken idea that ALL bacteria and other microorganisms are monomorphic, meaning they have ONLY ONE form.

Bacteria A is different from Bacteria B, which is different from Bacteria C, etc. After all, a human does not suddenly transform into a giraffe.

However ...

A catapiller DOES indeed transform into a butterfly. Biology DOES have pleomorphic (or polymorphic = a thing can have more than one form) entities in the real world.

There are now examples under microscope that show a bacteria changing in real time to a completely different form.

I suspect that the human body can create its own cleansing systems within. It creates bacteria that is needed for various functions. When the environment within the body changes (due to toxins such as poor nutrition, EMF's, mosquito bite poisons, or whatever), then those bacteria can change in form to pursue a different function. Or, the body can create new ones.

Is it possible that bacteria can also change into what we might call parasites? Is is possible that those parasites/worms are doing a job, until they are no longer needed?

Is it possible that something like Ivermectin somehow cleanses in such a way that those parasites are no longer needed and are then expelled from the body, with the Ivermectin having done the job at an advanced rate?

Something along these lines seems to fit the anecdotal evidence best.

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Belowzero -1 points ago +2 / -3

Merck is peddling ivermectin and suckered a lot of people who thinks it cures everything now!

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Wexit-Delecto 2 points ago +2 / -0

Even if everyone took ivermectin weekly the profits for merck would be minimal, especially since anyone can make and sell ivermectin.

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DextertheCat 11 points ago +11 / -0

This truly has been a Great Awakening. Many of us are aware and have studied and researched what you have stated. I have friends with infants that have pushed back on the Hep B vaccination for their infant. They have had to change doctors twice because of the pressure the doctors were putting on them to get the vaccine. He also forced them to split up the MMR vaccines into individuals and wouldn't allow them to give them all at once. They had to remove their son from daycare because he isn't fully vaccinated. Now his mom stays home with him and I have put him on maximum telework to help her. We are just beginning to wake the world and the revolution is coming where we can fix this system. We truly are in this all together.

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17Jeff 11 points ago +11 / -0

“Food, water, soil, and air (all 4) in this country contains poisons from Industry and the government does nothing about it. If you want me to go deeper into this topic in particular, DM me.”

I’d love more info on all but particularly water.

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hope111111 [S] 28 points ago +28 / -0

Water is simple. Fluoride has nothing to do with the health of your teeth, sorry to tell you. Fluoride is part of the most reactive group of elements (halogens) and is not found naturally in your body in any significant quantity because of how reactive it is.

Would you believe me if I told you that the fluoride they add to your drinking water is delivered to the municipal water supply from the aluminum industry which generates sodium fluoride as a toxic byproduct of aluminum manufacturing and instead of paying heavy prices to dispose of it, they put it in barrels labelled with a skull and crossbones because of how toxic it is and then the municipalities dump it into the water supply for "tooth health". This is 100% reality, sorry to tell you, you can look it up any time.

Tap water supplies also regularly test positive for things like birth control, Tylenol/Advil, antibiotics and psych meds. You can easily find countless news stories reporting this.

The air has been contaminated by Barium and Aluminum in many regions due to weather modification programs. No folks, this isn't a conspiracy theory. It's not only easily verifiable but countless tests have been done showing directly how these heavy metals fall to the ground and reach levels in the soil 10-50x above government safety limits.

Soil and food, particularly mass produced grain products, are contaminated with poisonous pesticides (glyphosate and neonicotinoids).

I'm not saying you should go crazy worrying about these things and living like a hypochondriac, but unfortunately they are all true to varying degrees depending on where you live.

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PhDinNY 3 points ago +3 / -0

I live in southern NY, in the Hudson Valley, and many municipalities use Hudson River water for their drinking water supply! The pharma load is pretty big. We only use Poland Spring water for drinking and cooking.

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KickingPugilist 2 points ago +2 / -0

There are literally STDs in the Hudson River, lol.

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SemperSupra 1 point ago +1 / -0

One reason there are still so many sheep that are hard to awaken is just from how poisoned everyone is by the DS environment. It's hard to wake up people who are in such a stunted state. The DS did it on person zombify people.

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EndHumanTrafficking2 1 point ago +1 / -0

Does boiling tap water before drinking it remove any of the poisons? Or water filters? Do they remove the poisons added to tap water?

Is it safer/healthier to drink rain water? Or I suppose the poisons get into rain water as well?

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Elle4gotMyPW 1 point ago +1 / -0

flouride also lets metals cross blood brain barrier

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Ddrake517 1 point ago +1 / -0

I live in a small farming community better than 100 miles outside of Detroit. A few years ago the farms around here started using "sterilized" human water on the fields. Most are growing animal feed such as field corn, hay or soybeans (which his human consumed) not only does it stink to high heaven in the spring, I worry about the effect on our water supply. Most of us are on well water. I think are we insane. People have all sorts of diseases and the drugs they take have to be in that waste. What are your thoughts on this? We talk about chem trails in our air, pharmacuticals and the bad food we eat. But what about our water supply?

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MAG768720 2 points ago +2 / -0

Best water to drink is distilled water. It is pure H2O, with nothing else in it.

It is the ONLY kind of water produced by nature: water in fruit, vegetable, blood, milk, meat, snow, whatever. Until it either aborbs something in the air or hits the ground, rainwater is pure.

ANYTHING added is a negative.

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AwakeJesusisComing21 10 points ago +10 / -0

Great post. I am so sorry you spent time in medical school pursuing what you love only to find out how disgusting the industry is. You should get a job with Frontline doctors as they are looking for doctors, nurses, pharmacists. Are you familiar with the BRCA1 and 2 gene? If so, do you think they made it up or is it real? I would PM you but not sire how to do it.

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hope111111 [S] 15 points ago +15 / -0

Yes, the BRCA genes are real and likely predispose people to a slightly higher risk of certain cancers including breast, colon, and prostate.

HOWEVER, do not mistake this to mean that if you have a BRCA mutation you are going to get cancer. It is much more complicated than doctors want to admit. For example, BRCA mutations are clustered in certain racial groups which have slightly higher risks for these cancers so doctors jump the gun and immediately say that it must be due to the mutation. What they fail to acknowledge is that these groups also have significantly different dietary/lifestyle habits than other groups which could also affect their cancer risk. Doctors LOVE to blame things on genetics because then they don't have to look into whether other things like certain foods could be contributing to the cancer risk.

In general, I would say that making sure you live a good lifestyle, avoid smoking/sugar/inflammatory eating like seed oils etc is far more important than whether or not you have a BRCA mutation.

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ATLAS_ONE 10 points ago +10 / -0
  1. Is the concept of vaccination valid, but has been perverted by the pharmaceutical industry? Or is the entire concept bullshit?

  2. You mention that vaccines are not measured against placebos, but against other vaccines (I assume you mean in terms of side effects?). Logically the earlier vaccines that were invented didn't have this luxury. Are there any truly "safe and effective" vaccines?

  3. The direct cost and opportunity cost of your four years of medical school must have been immense. Was it difficulty to turn away or was it a no brainer despite the financial incentives to stay?

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hope111111 [S] 15 points ago +15 / -0

These are all great questions.

  1. My opinion is that the theoretical concept of vaccination is certainly valid. I believe the best case for a vaccine is against clearly debilitating diseases which also have a low mutation rate. For example just google images of smallpox to get an idea of how terrible it can be. So for extreme diseases like that, the risk/benefit likely makes sense. It's also important to note that there are many different kinds of vaccines and adjuvants (the part of the vaccine that stimulates your immune system into producing antibodies) that range from relatively safe to clearly dangerous (spike mRNA "Vaccine"). The problems start arising because the financial incentives for vaccines are so large that they started going after less and less deadly and debilitating diseases, as well as diseases like influenza viruses and coronaviruses which mutate so rapidly that the vaccines rarely work well anyways.

  2. I believe there are definitely some vaccines where the benefits outweigh the risks. However as I said above I think the profit incentive pushed pharma into diseases where they are WAYYY out over their toes and don't truly understand the long-term consequences of their vaccines. For example the HPV vaccine (guardasil) theoretically prevents cervical cancer except they give it to 13 year olds and the average age of a cervical cancer diagnosis is 55 years old. So they literally have zero proof it prevents cervical cancer, and there are known autoimmune and blood disorders caused by that product. It was also tested against the meningitis vaccine instead of placebo, and the meningitis vaccine is also known to have a small but known risk of adverse events. It's in situations like that where I think pharma is behaving in a manner that is completely against the Hippocratic oath.

  3. It was very difficult. It was my career path for a long-time, I didn't have a planned alternative, and like you said I had already committed significant money and time. It was also very difficult trying to explain to family and friends why I couldn't go through with it. However despite all of this, in a way it was still a no-brainer for me personally, especially as covid started heating up and hospitals refused to treat patients w/ generic drugs + forced a clearly unsafe product on adults and children alike. Luckily things have worked out and I have capitalized on some opportunities in other areas, which has been very fortunate for me, but it certainly wasn't easy committing to the decision to leave.

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inquimous 12 points ago +12 / -0

In my late forties I realized that the "truth" of my twenties had all been superceded and the "studies" which were gospel were now anathema. That was discouraging, you saved yourself and your patients years of malpractice by quitting early. I went back to school specifically to study research methods in general so that I could be informed about these "studies" that rule our lives. Very worthwhile use of time. The academic world is just as twisted as the medical world. They are also driven by money. Money comes from grants. Grants come with strings. Negative results aren't published and don't generate more grants. Not being published means not advancing academically and the same with not bringing in grant revenue, no tenure. It all works together.

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hope111111 [S] 12 points ago +12 / -0

yep, I worked in an academic lab so I was also exposed to just how absurd the funding mechanisms were there as well. All controlled. Nothing controversial or ground-breaking is funded. I literally worked in one of the biggest cancer labs in the country looking at Tyrosine Kinase inhibitors (spoiler: they didn't work too well. one good use case in CML), and next door to our lab was an incredible scientist who wanted to study how to stimulate the immune system to kill cancer without harming the patient with chemo. His lab was completely empty and he couldn't get funded. You really can't make this stuff up.

At least you did the right thing and realized you had to go back to properly inform yourself. So many doctors (including many in my family) refuse to acknowledge they can be wrong and thus prolong the problems and poor care.

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CountryBoyWillSurive 7 points ago +7 / -0

I've recently been made aware of the scam that is the publishing houses. Was trying to research newer work regarding an expired patent. Found some interesting papers, but, of course, I couldn't read past the first page without shelling out $30 each (non-refundable, of course, even if the paper turned out to be a waste of my time).

Come to find it's a huge scam and we can't even read papers funded by our tax dollars without paying through the nose to the publishing companies.

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hope111111 [S] 11 points ago +11 / -0

Founder of reddit Aaron Swartz tried to download the entire journal database from MIT because it's one of the most criminal rackets currently going on in the world. They take scientific papers from the scientists and sell it back to them. It's gross.

They killed Aaron for trying to give this information to the world.

Luckily Elsevier is potentially getting caught up in some major lawsuits due to inappropriate behavior in regards to covid. I pray every day that it will lead to their downfall.

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inquimous 4 points ago +4 / -0

Inertia is highly underrated. Seriously, an alternative research model is necessary to break into this problem.

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Ranlove 2 points ago +2 / -0

I believe cancer was cured 70 years ago (the treatment killed the cancer cell). Dr Royal Rife. I believe he invented the dark field microscope ( it could actually see live cancer cells).

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DoubleWideInTheWoods 11 points ago +11 / -0

I've been researching the history of vaccination and was dumbfounded by what I read. From the NIH's National Library of Medicine: We hypothesize that the AIDS pandemic may have originated with a contaminated polio vaccine that was administered to inhabitants of Equatorial Africa from 1957 to 1959. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7935079/

The WHO estimates that 33 million people have died from AIDS and the NIH hypothesizes it likely came from a contaminated vaccine, yet the "safe and effective" narrative should not be questioned.

The U.S. version of the polio vaccine was contaminated with Simian Virus 40 which is associated with some types of cancer although the medical industry has gone out of its way to say it's only an association, not a direct cause.

We look back at history and scoff at bloodletting and cocaine filled cough syrup. Yet, you're "crazy" to question any modern medical practices. Future generations will look at us and wonder why we poisoned ourselves.

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Nolagirl99 3 points ago +3 / -0

This was one of the most mind blowing theories I’ve read. The investigative article should be a staple for everyone to read.

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DoubleWideInTheWoods 2 points ago +2 / -0

I had a hard time believing it. And the article on the NIH's website is dated June of 1994! Documentaries about AIDS always claim it was probably due to consumption of bush meat

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Nolagirl99 1 point ago +1 / -0

Did you read the investigative article in The Rolling Stones? Talk about a rabbit hole

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Joys1Daughter 2 points ago +2 / -0

Bless you for taking the road less traveled... 🙏

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noidolsleft 9 points ago +9 / -0

I learned everything mentioned in this post just by being around crunchy homeschool moms. Some people have said I should have gone into medicine, but I couldn't handle working in a system where permanent results are frowned upon. So I just give advice here and there. Orthomolecular medicine is pretty cool. Right now trying to fix my kids endocrine system which I think was jacked by childhood vaccines. We did see an endocrinologist, but that was a waste of time. My chiro is working with us to fix things as we try to build her glands back up. Feel sorry for those caught in the system.

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Cpleb 3 points ago +3 / -0

sorry fren about your daughter...🙏

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noidolsleft 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks, she's doing great now! That's the power of knowledge for you. With the internet, reading comprehension, and my science background, she's on a road to recovery. Her symptoms were subtle so that no MD would have ordered the tests I did, probably just put her on brain candy. But with the numbers in hand, they had to see something was up. Thank goodness I stopped vaxing with my younger kids because I hate to imagine what could have happened.

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XOXOGG 3 points ago +3 / -0

You're right -- those homeschool moms have been talking about this for years. When my kids were young I was in a food coop with them. It's too bad that I didn't know then what I know now.

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noidolsleft 2 points ago +2 / -0

lol. My kids in my homeschool science classes were rolling their eyes at me because I didn't get why GMO foods were bad. Doesn't make sense if you don't understand they're trying to kill us all!

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INK10 9 points ago +9 / -0

Wow. Though I was already aware of much of the above, seeing it all in one place is mind blowing, and having it presented by an actual medical doctor was very powerful. I chose nursing as a career a bit later in life than most, and although nurses do not prescribe, we are required to "medicate" people on a daily basis. That part of the job was a real eye opener for me. Working in long term care (nursing homes), I was amazed/disgusted at the amount of medication given to the residents. The meds prescribed were nearly all the same for everyone, and the amount was staggering, as well as the obvious side effects. My best advice for everyone; educate yourself, change your lifestyle if you suffer from diabetes, heart disease, obesity etc.,. Kudos to the doc for putting it out there.

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ShakeAndBake1776 8 points ago +8 / -0

Very interesting. I was working in health administration at an Ivy League health organization while also getting my masters in health administration. I can assure health policy operates the same way and it’s just about business and money. Doctors are given quotas to meet (patient numbers, procedures, ect) and they are given bonuses if they meet those quotas. Also, how healthcare’s economics in the US is super interesting. It’s our largest GDP. We spend the most compared to any other nation by a lot, but our health I think is ranked around 35th in the world. From what school taught me, it’s from unnecessary advanced technology (I had a based health care law professor). The patients are their lab rats and the patients pay for it! It’s a truly evil system. Like you, there is so much more to say. I was upset when I lost my job when I didn’t get the jab, but now I see how it is a blessing getting out of that system. It’s people like us that need to come together to start a new parallel health system. I have no idea how to even begin, but the first step is recognizing that the “normal” way is wrong and speaking up.

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some_random_dude 8 points ago +8 / -0

From a radiology class (nuclear power field training)... the average human gets cancer six times a day, every day... and successfully deals with it.

This was a jaw dropper for everyone in the class.

Flying - where you are further up in the atmosphere - exposes you to more gamma radiation which could up that number further... but still, the human body is an amazing machine that copes with that an absurd amount of the time.

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Cpleb 2 points ago +2 / -0

The human body given the proper nutrition and healthy mental state can do some mindblowing stuff.

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PowderRoomPolitics 7 points ago +7 / -0

Here's a link to an IMDB article about it: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8673610/

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quai24 2 points ago +2 / -0

I always love it when anime contains lowkey redpills.

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SurelyShirley 7 points ago +7 / -0

For many years, based solely on my own medical experiences with doctors, I have known that we have a sick care system, not a health care system. In the past 2 years, I’ve dug deeper and learned that much of it goes back to the Flexner Report. Written in 1910 by Abraham Flexner, who was not a medical doctor. The report was backed by the Carnegie Institute and John D. Rockefeller. It defined what medical schools should look like. And was the beginning of the demonizing of anything that they called “alternative” medicine. Which includes all the medical traditions that have worked for thousands of years.

It was also a very racist document. Quote from Wikipedia: “Flexner advocated closing all but two of the historically black medical schools. As a result, only Howard and Meharry were left open, while five other schools were closed. Flexner's view was that black doctors should treat only black patients and should play roles subservient to those of white physicians. The closure of the five schools, and the fact that black students were not admitted to many U.S. medical schools for the next 50 years, has contributed to the low numbers of American-born physicians of color, and the ramifications are still felt more than a century later.‘

There is so much evil in this world. The last 2 years have really shown that to me. And you can’t unsee it.

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wasupwitdis 7 points ago +7 / -0

thanks doc...now you know the reality of the situation what is your opinion on how to unwind the mess we have?? is it FUBAR (fuked up beyond all recognition)? or is there a possible path to correct the problem we have?Are we to a point that it needs to be torn down and start over?Maybe you should consider writing some book on how people can take care of themselves without the corrupt system. I have always hated hospitals and dont trust most doctors.thanks for your post you clarified every thing i have felt for years....

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PillarOfWisdom 6 points ago +6 / -0

Holy shit! Thanks for the post. What is you opinion of people taking IVM once a month as a way to deworm? Thanks.

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hope111111 [S] 11 points ago +11 / -0

I'd probably take it less often than that. If you have a normal diet, you probably aren't being exposed to worms that often to be honest.

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PillarOfWisdom 14 points ago +14 / -0

Thanks for the info and a major thanks for your original post. You're positively impacting more people here than what you would as a doctor over the course of 10 years. I'm glad you're here.

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hope111111 [S] 12 points ago +12 / -0

I appreciate this comment more than you know

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Joys1Daughter 3 points ago +3 / -0

I wholeheartedly agree with comment by u/PillarOfWisdom!

You are meant to be here u/hope111111...this is true healing by spreading knowledge!

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royaltea 6 points ago +6 / -0

I'm sorry, this is my third comment because I have another question:

Your innate immune system recognizes these defective cells and deals with them on a daily basis.

Is this what's autophagy is about?

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hope111111 [S] 12 points ago +12 / -0

Yes. Autophagy includes things such as individual cells eating some intracellular components, but also the body at large consuming entire defective cells. Fasting is the best way to enter autophagy.

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Hopiumaddict 6 points ago +6 / -0

I have been sick over the vaccines we’ve been made to give our child. She’s almost 8 months old, and they’ve jabbed her so many times. Problem is, no doc will see us or daycare will take her, without her having every damn “recommended” by docs. We were able to opt out of the flu shot and we waited 2 weeks for the hep b shot, but we really didn’t want to do any. I feel so helpless.

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17Jeff 6 points ago +6 / -0

Thank you Anon!

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Madteacher 6 points ago +6 / -0

Thank you for this.

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Jcholl9 6 points ago +6 / -0

Well said...

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anon1979orisit 6 points ago +6 / -0

There are 3 institutions in this country to steer clear of for a better life: hospitals, court houses, and public schools. Thank you for sharing your story. Allopathic medicine is a joke as modern medicine is good for but three things, emergency trauma, orthopedics, and plastic surgery.

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royaltea 6 points ago +6 / -0

Reminds me of those memes on 4chan, "If you only knew how bad things are" or something like that. I wish I could afford to hire you as our family doctor.

There is an interview out there called "I'm a Rofschild, Ask Me Anything" (something like that) and he says simple carbohydrates are the Trojan horse of the medical industry.

Thank you SO MUCH for this post. I hope it gets a sticky!

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hope111111 [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

I'll help you for free, fren

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royaltea 4 points ago +4 / -0

God bless you, hope! If you have the time...right off the bat I'm wondering if you know anything about children with dark circles under the eyes even with meat in the diet and also have you come across anything on pediatric bruxism?

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hope111111 [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Dark circles can be caused by nasal congestion or enlarged tonsils leading to poor breathing during sleep.

Tooth grinding is pretty common in kids although I understand why it seems concerning. Can be related to anxiety.

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Cpleb 2 points ago +2 / -0

look into sleep apnea

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royaltea 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes but what is causing the sleep apnea? I had read swollen tonsils from low vitamin D or iron can be one cause.

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Cpleb 1 point ago +1 / -0

Anything that blocks the airway. It could be chemical. It could be anatomical like the swollen tonsils or a thick neck or a big tongue. Men with thick necks and a rounder face are more prone to developing sleep apnea.

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royaltea 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you for your help.

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Elle4gotMyPW 2 points ago +2 / -0

an aside: that rofs thread is legend and everything he said came to pass. he was at least a decade ahead of events unfolding in the last couple years.

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Fecal_Fetus 5 points ago +5 / -0

This is why i don't even go to the doctor. They would rather prescribe drugs than tell your fat ass to diet and exercise.

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Cpleb 3 points ago +3 / -0

they don't want to muh offend...although I asked doctors why they don't recommend diet and exercise....and the answer was " people don't want to do the work"....I don't think he's all wrong about it...also with the political speech and fat shaming and all that probably some nancy complained...and they're just like fuck it...here's your damn pill...

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Dimscansuckit 1 point ago +1 / -0

Totally agree with the entire thread but you bring up a good point. Most patients want the easy way out and will not do the work to get healthy. Let’s be frank, it’s not easy.

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anotherdream 5 points ago +5 / -0

Can we get this guy on Rogan?>

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hope111111 [S] 20 points ago +20 / -0

hahaha too bad I don't have "credentials" which is all anyone cares about so I'd immediately be dismissed. If Malone and McCullough (top of their field experts) can't get people and governments to pay attention, I doubt anyone would take what I say seriously.

Luckily on this sub people are open to evidence instead of authority.

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PowderRoomPolitics 12 points ago +12 / -0

I find that so-called 'authorities' are more often than not either brainwashed or out right evil. (Just look at the damage 'Dr. Fauci' has done)

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hope111111 [S] 16 points ago +16 / -0

without a doubt....appeal to authority is without a doubt the most deadly and dangerous logical fallacy that humans employ.

Unfortunately it is also the most common, because the majority of humanity hasn't been trained in logic and scientific reasoning and thus cannot come to their own conclusions. So they form a mass around an "authority" because that is more comfortable to them than being honest with themselves about not knowing.

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royaltea 5 points ago +5 / -0

I will caveat here that there are a few subtypes of cancer that do respond well to chemo.

Can you tell us which ones? Thanks again!

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XOXOGG 2 points ago +2 / -0

That is my question also. I think it's likely small cell carcinoma responds well to chemo from what I've been reading. But, I don't know.

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tmcculloch1313 5 points ago +5 / -0

Great information. Could you elaborate on your views on treatments for elevated cholesterol? Also any insight into the prevention of Alz/Dementia?

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hope111111 [S] 12 points ago +12 / -0

If you want to hear it from a more authoritative source, listen to Dr. Aseem Malhotra about cholesterol and statins. The truth is that cholesterol is a fundamental building block of cellular membranes and vital for the creation of hormones and immune system signaling. The evidence linking high cholesterol to heart attacks is, pardon my French, DOG SHIT. It basically doesn't exist and the evidence suggesting lowering cholesterol prevents heart disease is similarly scant. In fact, in all long-term studies following large groups of people, the low-cholesterol group always dies first. Look up Minnesota Coronary experiment.

In terms of alz/dementia, the best evidence suggests that it is basically caused by life-long, low-grade inflammation. Diet is the best way to prevent these issues. Specifically avoiding highly inflammatory seed oils (all polyunsaturated cooking oils like sunflower, peanut, soy, etc) and avoiding large amounts of sugar which causes insulin resistance and mucks up the interior of your blood vessels. Meat and veggies is the best diet. Saturated fats like butter are MUCH safer and healthier than seed oils.

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tmcculloch1313 3 points ago +3 / -0

Bless you!! Great info! I will start researching!!

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Squidpup 1 point ago +1 / -0

bookmark - thanks

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Iknowstuff 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thank you

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Donny_Fiasco 4 points ago +4 / -0

I can only imagine how disheartening it must have been fire you.

Thanks for sharing

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shadoweyes 4 points ago +4 / -0

Dont forget the all on assault on threats to their lies.

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wasupwitdis 3 points ago +4 / -1

PS at one time i considered a career in the medical profession....Became an engineer instead...lol...think i made the right choice.......