Doctors Speak Out

Two very interesting videos crossed my desk in the past week. They provided information on this political health crisis gripping the world. In many respects, these doctors and individuals are the ones being suppressed by governments. You won’t see these people or this information on Liberal-owned, Bill Gates-funded and drug company-sponsored media.

Why do I say Bill Gates-funded media? He gave 319 million to major news outlets. Here’s one story on Children’s Health Defense website: Conflict of Interest? Bill Gates Gave $319 Million to Major Media Outlets, Documents Reveal. There are many more stories about this money transfer, so go to a source you think is reliable. One is at the Seattle Times.

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Not All Medical Studies are Published

I didn’t know how deep this deception went, so this video opened my eyes a little further. Honestly, it seems like what ever the government, its organisations and systems touch can’t be trusted.

In this Ted Talk by Dr. Ben Goldacre, he shares his experience with finding studies to help him prescribe drugs to his patients. The bias publication of such studies is the topic and focusses on the positive studies being published and the studies with negative impacts to human health not being published.

Description of Talk

When a new drug gets tested, the results of the trials should be published for the rest of the medical world — except much of the time, negative or inconclusive findings go unreported, leaving doctors and researchers in the dark. In this impassioned talk, Ben Goldacre explains why these unreported instances of negative data are especially misleading and dangerous.

Shockingly, this talk was given in 2012. What are the chances this practice has changed?

To watch the 13-minute video, go to TED Talks: What doctors don’t know about drugs they prescribe.

The Sunshine Vitamin is Necessary for Health

I’ve spoken before about Vitamin D. I’ve been paying attention to the levels in my blood for about ten years because a blood test at that time indicated I was deficient. Add the research I’ve done with its connection with zinc, and I’m a true believer of the benefits of Vitamin D.

Today I listened to a podcast presented by Darkhorse entitled Why you should be supplementing with Vitamin D. It’s hosted by Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), and they discuss Vitamin D and its role in a healthy immune system. They touch on the symptoms of a certain virus circulating in the population and how this vitamin can help defend against this infection.

Information is power. Do your own research.

Stay wild. Stay free.

Canadian Parliament Conference on Suppressed Information from Doctors and Scientists

All Canadians need to watch this video from CPAC before it disappears. You won’t find it on the YouTube CPAC channel. I searched for it, but it wasn’t in the results. I scanned through the months of videos, and it wasn’t there. I found it on another YouTube channel, but it’s only there until the censors find it and remove it. Whenever it’s posted to Facebook, the devils within the company remove it.

Before you think these are just another bunch of crack pots, they’re not. It’s a member of parliament, an Ontario doctor and a scientist who specializes in vaccines. They cannot remain silent anymore. They know something is horribly wrong.

Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4n1EfDYE-A

One must ask the questions: Why is the Canadian government acting like it is? Why are doctors and scientists being bullied, shamed, threatened and censored? Whatever the answer is, it’s not good for the people of Canada.

Update: When YouTube removes the video, it’s available on BitChute: The Canadian Parliamentary Network by MP Derek Sloan.

Update: The video has been removed from YouTube. The link is now to a blank screen that tells visitors that a press conference given by the Canadian government “violates YouTube’s Community Guidelines.” Unbelievable.

6 Things to Improve Your Success in Life and in Writing

I arrived ten minutes early for my doctor’s appointment, hoping I’d get in and out quickly. The appearance of only one other vehicle in the parking lot supported my goal. When I walked into the waiting room, there was only one guy there. Sitting in the dark. Alone. The receptionist office window was closed with a sign that read: Gone for Lunch; Back at 1:15.

I knew it was around 12:30. My appointment was 12:45. I started to think I had made a mistake. I questioned the only person in sight. “Are they still taking patients even though everyone’s gone to lunch?”

“Yeah, they are,” he said. “But instead of the receptionist, I saw a doctor come out and take in two patients.”

“Good. I was worried.”

“Me too until I saw the doctor.”

I sat and looked up at the TV screen and saw a show I had never watched before. After fifteen minutes, nothing had changed. I was still in my seat, the man was still sitting a few seats away, the room was still dim and the doctor had not yet emerged.

More TV Watching

After another 15 minutes, other patients started to trickle in, and another show I had never seen came on the television: the Marilyn Denise Show. I only watch one show—Agents of Shield—now that Corner Gas no longer runs, so almost every show is one I’ve never seen or heard of before.

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