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Amen. I have had very similar experiences to you. I'm probably most mystified by the younger generation who believes lock stock and barrel everything they hear on the mainstream news. They are so healthy yet they are getting boosted out the wazoo. I too have been canceled by part of my children and their wives for simply telling them to please be cautious untested gene editing mixtures with no long term studies. But that got me canceled also. The ones who did not fully cancel me simply don't listen. Thanks for explaining the acronym because I was getting ready to Google it! One son says he simply deletes every email I send before reading it. I've given up. As for my 7 young grandchildren I just can't think of it , it's simply too horrendous. And I have no power to prevent. Thank you For your wise words
Buying a gun...I think about it lots. Then I think about how I might have to use it. Will I be able to stop a hungry mob intent on breaking into my abode? Stop the fake police who might want to arrest me for not being a wokie or for being an anti-vaxxer? How about UN troops invading our country and cities as directed by WHO?
Big pharma is intent on controlling every aspect of the medical system. They want more and more childhood vaccines. They want to destroy the supplement industry. They want doctors to tow the drugs-only-line. They control the medical schools and the AMA. They refuse to do honest trials and studies. They spend $billions on advertising and less on true research. And they outright lie as we have seen with mRNA poisons.
No thanks...my doctor may be a go-to in an emergency but otherwise, I trust him not even though he appears to be a decent person. He has been indoctrinated by big pharma and how do I trust that?
I had to sit down to write this -- I use a standing desk, but I was tired and standing was taxing my brain.
The most compelling part of this post to me, was what you considered mistakes. I will start there.
- WRT to family, I had a similar experience, but I do not believe the outcomes of the decisions of my family are on me (or yours on you). If we don't treat family members as full fledged adults -- which means letting them make their own decisions and live with the consequences -- then we aren't treating them with respect. This ranges from a teenage child all the way to an elderly parent IMO. If my family members (and close friends) who LISTENED and DECIDED on their own to take the risk, then the consequences (which were hardly definitive and the risk assessments were highly subjective at the time) are on them.
- WRT to listening, I have felt the precise exasperation that oozes from this post. In fact, in my own career I have experienced it many times. I have a slightly different perspective on it now based on decades of experience mentoring and training a lot of people.
-- I can listen to advice, but it won't mean anything if I don't have relevant experience to judge it by. When I was younger, I tried reading career and advice books and they meant absolutely nothing to me because I did not have contextual experience to relate to it. Now, when I read them, I say, ahh, yes, but without my own HARD earned mistakes, they would be nothing more than trite tidbits of generic advice. I have learned it is experience that provides the critical context and sadly often requires totally messing it up myself first, or at least having a first hand view of someone else messing it up.
-- I believe the best thing a good guide can do is gently steer the person into situations where the mistakes matter less, or they get a really good view and learn the right lesson (this is critical) of someone else really messing things up. There is no substitute for experience. I believe this is why a rules filled environment slowly fails, because people have to be allowed to screw things up, or they simply don't know why the rules are there.
I believe someone else not listening also has to do with me the deliverer of the message. As I get older and have seen so many things, I want to share it all. I think that's a big mistake again, because we all suffer from the curse of knowledge. Others do not share our experience, so they simply won't see things the same way, it's impossible. A lot of times less is more.
I think from a writing perspective, you pack a lot of different ideas into long posts. That's really hard to consume especially in this day and age, where we are stuck curating our own information since there are few trustworthy media sources. I suspect you could break this post up into 2-3 different posts and that would be a lot easier to consume.
I also completely understand that takes precious time... But that would make the story you're telling a lot more consumable.
I could write more, but then I would be ignoring my own advice. :)
Thankfully, all of my children and my husband listened to me. I had been telling them about the dangers of vaccination for about 2 years prior to the pandemic, which is when I took a deep dive into the literature. I found out how fraudulent the industry was at that time, although I had always been skeptical.
I think it helped that I had been teaching my children where good health comes from for over a decade. It doesn’t come from a medical injection or a pill. It comes from diet and lifestyle choices that aren’t to be found in the medical community. The medical community is sick care, which care usually results in short term benefits and long term health destruction.
It’s really sad what has happened as the field of medicine morphed into the medical industrial complex. But as individual citizens, one of the reasons it has gotten so out of hand, is because we expect them to be in charge of our health. We put the responsibility on them for our health and safety, which is a fool’s errand for doctors and nurses and hospital administrators. Doctors cannot choose what goes in our mouth at each meal (or between meals), how much movement we get in a day and how we handle stress and relationships so doctors make poor arbiters of health. The only person who can be in charge of our health is us. When we expect doctors to keep us healthy, we become part of the dysfunctional system that can only offer pills, injections and surgeries. That kind of system is easily taken over by profit seeking entities who can easily manipulate all the data, research and behavior of medical professionals. That system profits off of poor health so it’s actually a conflict of interest when we expect them to be in charge of our health and our sickness. Only one of those things brings in money.
I guess what I’m trying to say is that the dysfunction and criminality found in the medical system could not exist if people recognized and took responsibility for their own health. Anyone who does, seems unlikely to fall for such foolishness as an experimental gene therapy that makes the industry billions of dollars without ever showing any sort of significant benefit (about 1% absolute risk reduction of mild to moderate symptoms and completely ignored mortality effects, which should have been the only endpoint of a study). We the citizens, for the most part, willingly brought this on ourselves. And we have the power to take it back and stop the fraud whenever we choose to be responsible for our own individual health.
Thank you for the time and effort you put into trying to spread truth in such a hostile environment. I too find that most people are intellectually lazy and would rather simply believe what is easy and fed to them by professionals and industries that have huge conflicts of interests. I will share your post with all my contacts. A few will listen.
If the last three years have taught us anything, it is the truth of your headline.
This essay explains everything you need to know to understand how the Covid narrative took root and flourished. Read it and will listen to it later on because Dr. Yoho has the best voice for narrating. Can you imagine the impact if farmers made weekly trips to doctors' offices showcasing their nutritious food and its impact on health?
My Pain Doctor’s a good man. But he was shocked when I explained I’d never take the jab long before it was available in early 2020. I even asked him if he’d still treat dissenters like me once the vaxxes were released. He thought about it for a moment and said yes. Of course, he vigorously and dramatically tried to overcome my argument my having Factor V was more than enough reason for me to avoid the shots.
He also was stunned later in 2022 when I decided since the Botox for my migraines was a chilled injectable, I no longer trusted it either. No potentially hidden mRNA for me, thanks.
From his perspective, I’m doing everything against my own best interests. Seeing he’s constantly updating with Boosters, I think the same of him. Although I’m no Doctor, I know my words have power and I’m
trying to educate him in my own very low-key way. I don’t know how he ignores all the horrible information about the jabs that’s out, especially since he brought up Joe Rogan’s infamous interview with vaxx apologist Sanjay Gupta a while back concerning the Ivermectin I told him I’m on as a prophylactic.
We’re both standing our ground.
Still, I care about his life and well being, so I remember him, his wife and his kids in my prayers. Seeing they’re continually updating with the latest Booster, I’m braced for the dreaded news I don’t want to hear.
After reading this and Dr. Yoho's discussion of Pharma's enormous influence, I then read about the ACLU suing a district that wishes to ban a 12 boy, undergoing hormone blockers, from competing in girls' sports. On the one hand, I feel for a 12-year-old child who believes he is a girl and wishes to participate in girl's sports, but when you step back I see the sickness of any 12-year-old undergoing medical experimentation such as this. But for Big Pharma, this case wouldn't be before the courts because a 12-year-old wouldn't be taking such drugs. Big Pharma created an ethical issue that shouldn't be. Just a repeat of the scheme of how Covid vaxxes brought all sorts of ethical issues that should never have existed. Pharma is building a never-ending web and we can't seem to escape it.
Sadly, along the same lines, our dietary guidelines food pyramid is upside down on purpose. The panels who decide on the “proper” advice are also shills of both big pharma and processed food giants. There is ZERO science to support the recommendation of 6-11 servings of grains daily or roughly 70% of our calorie intake and a boat load of science showing that doing so leads to a host of metabolic illness. This, I firmly believe, was done with purpose in mind - to keep the population fat, sick and docile. Thanks to the outstanding work of independent scientists and journalists the word is out and many of us are learning on our own how to improve and remain healthy. I’ve zero trust in the captured CDC, FDA and the rest of the tyrannical alphabet associations. We’re on our own and need to share our knowledge with those we love and beyond.
Here I thought my adult children wouldn’t listen to me because I wasn’t a doctor! can you imagine having such a fantastic father, that is also a doctor, and then not listening to his advice on the deathVAXX?
Thank you. Great tips that I missed earlier. Guns (I have one but may get another), email lists, etc. I appreciate the information!
Good Article. I think people don't want to believe we exist in a Criminal Empire. That veiled blanket of Freedom and Democracy is a mirage, but keeps one warm and fuzzy. It's less Governance with Checks and Balances, and more The Savage and Devious Empire of Ancient Rome.
Thank you for this very informative piece. As an INTJ, understand your frustration and concern with those who DFL. A lot has to do with laziness, accepting the narrative without thinking. We can question their critical thinking skills, which, if they have them, also may be affected by said laziness. It has been infinitely easier to go get a pill for the malady of the week advertised repeatedly through MSM and social media, thus removing the necessity, the work, of actually thinking. Often equate self with a mule-riding itinerant preacher compelled to bring information, warnings, to people one at a time. Thank you for sharing your experiences and knowledge.
Exactly. I long ago noticed that the advice I gave was valued according to the dollar amount I charged for it. Also that people who ask me why I didn’t become a “real doctor (RD)” instead of a DVM haven’t the first clue about how any of this works. The Pharmacopolitical psychopaths run all this crap through veterinary medicine first ie. CV vaccines. Anyway, I still try to inform people but continue to be astounded at their reasons for allowing themselves to be jabbed and their utter cluelessness as to why they’re so sick non-stop afterwards, even as people all around them die or lose their health completely. Insane.
Robert, you should call up Dr. Vernon Coleman in the UK "The old man in a chair"...vernoncoleman.org...
I think you and he would have a lot in common.
Quite frankly, I ADORE Dr. Coleman (he like you is not practicing...let him tell you why).
He, like you is a writer.
And thank you for the tips on hormones...is it too late when you are over 65? :_)