600,000 Americans, including probably your Grandmother if she died of Covid, are dead because of it.
If the jabs go sideways you might be dead because of it too.
Contemplate the gist of that piece: Race, gender, whatever -- are the alleged foundations of medicine now.
I've seen this in public material from places like Johns Hopkins. Conform go the "woke" agenda or be cast out. Consider whatever woke decides today or be ejected, ridiculed, censored.
Higher education has done this for decades now. If you're of a certain group then you get an "extra bonus" for diversity. Employers have done it too. It's wildly unconstitutional under the 14th Amendment but never fear, the Supreme Court is here to say that "addressing something that happened in the past makes it ok."
Except it's not ok; that's claiming that the result of my great-great-grandfather's actions are my sin for which I must pay.
They're not, any more than a black man's great-great grandfather, who perhaps sold his villagers into slavery, is his responsibility and those are his actions.
Indeed our Constitution prohibits attainder (corruption of blood) specifically even for an act of actual Treason, the highest offense of all, in Article III Section 3.
I’ve heard from doctors who’ve been reported to their departments for criticizing residents for being late. (It was seen by their trainees as an act of racism.) I’ve heard from doctors who’ve stopped giving trainees honest feedback for fear of retaliation. I’ve spoken to those who have seen clinicians and residents refuse to treat patients based on their race or their perceived conservative politics.
The article goes on to talk about whole areas of research that are considered "off limits." Where have we seen that in the last year and change? Oh, fraudulent studies, like the retracted one in The Lancet that condemned hundreds of thousands of Americans to die? It slammed HCQ as worthless and even dangerous when in fact it was not. Henry Ford Hospital System, a huge and highly-respected medical group in SE Michigan, came under attack for developing and successfully using a HCQ-based protocol for Covid-19. They reported their results and were instantly slammed by the woke Orange-Man-Bad mob, issuing a press release shortly thereafter saying they would have no further public comment on treatment protocols.
How many died in Michigan because of that? How many died elsewhere in the nation because of it? Did Henry Ford look further and use Ivermectin as it became known as both useful and then superior to HCQ, or perhaps investigate synergy between the two? I have no idea; they never, as far I know, registered or ran another trial, nor publicly reported further results.
HENRY FORD HAS OVER 1,500 PHYSICIANS; the "woke mob" silenced the professional opinions of each and every one of them and almost-certainly led to the deaths of thousands in Michigan alone.
How many of the 175 dead in this county would be alive had that not happened and this debate played out in the medical sphere over the last 15 months? Would you even want a jab if that debate had played out and 90+% of the time as soon as you got sick you used $30 worth of cheap, off-patent medication and never went to the hospital at all?
We don't know -- but I assure you some of them would be, because that's what the data tells us.
How scared would you have been all last year and would you line up to roll up your sleeve if almost nobody had died? If, when you started feeling like crap you got a handful of cheap pills and a steroid inhaler at the Urgent Care or doctor's office along with a few pills for everyone in your household, you went home and in a couple of days everything was fine -- and none of your family members got it? If the care-givers in the nursing homes used same as a preventative, never got it and thus never transmitted it? If all the old people used it as a preventative and nearly all of them never got sick?
Where was the professional debate on everything in c19early.com? NOWHERE!
You can't speak of any of that on Facebook, Instragram or Twitter nor on any of the other social media outlets such as Youtube. You in fact can't cite medical studies on any of these drugs nor can a physician speak to any of it, including their experience with them, either. Dr. Kory, an actual front-line physician treating patients, had his Senate Testimony removed by Youtube. But you can sure talk about and advocate Remdesivir, a $3,000 drug which has been shown worthless in a random controlled trial!
Now let's go back and apply the same sort of skepticism to the now-known bogus PCR tests. How many were counted as "cases" that really weren't? How many were quarantined and thrown out of work when they weren't sick, stoking fear in the community? We know this was rampant because Elon Musk proved it conclusively, taking four tests in sequence on the same day with two coming back each of positive and negative. Obviously an utterly-enormous percentage of the tests we administered were no better than flipping a coin. Oh by the way our local WalMart is now selling BinaxNOW tests (same technology and possibly identical to the ones Musk took, and the same ones the Trump White House was using) for cheap out of a standing display right near the door. Come and get it; who knows how accurate they are especially considering you're not a lab tech and might screw it up!
The article above cites the case of Norman Wang, who published a paper arguing that merit is the only thing that should count in cardiology. Frankly, if you disagree with that you're nuts. Indeed, merit should be all that counts in any profession, but especially in medicine where the less-capable doctor may well be the one who plays "assembly-line" with your body instead of clinician -- and you die as a consequence.
We didn't see any of that in the last 15 or so months, have we? Oh wait -- we have; to the tune of about 600,000 corpses.
Do you think that's a singular incident?
I know personally it is not as I know physicians -- including some very good ones in certain specialties -- who have had it happen to them. In fact they're so good that were I to need that particular specialty I might travel halfway across the country and pay cash to obtain their advice and treatment.
Are there other clinicians who are equally good? I'm sure there are. But when you displace people on political ideology and allow corporate medicine and "woke" culture to take the place of merit you run the risk of being dead.
You don't like being dead, right?
Do you want the guy or gal who got straight "A"s in medical school or is the dude who got a "D-" ok?
They're all called the same thing after graduation: "Doctor."
Think about this folks:
In it, the doctors argue that in order to address discrepancies in health-care access and outcomes, hospitals should commit to “preferentially admitting patients historically denied access to certain forms of medical care.” That is, they should admit people to health services based on their skin color.
Or perhaps we choose "treatments" based solely on who pays the most and deliberately censor and even blackball those who speak of something that costs $2 and might work?
Never mind that racial preferences for referrals and treatment is wild-eyed stupid. We know, for example, that an enormous percentage of cardiac stents are inappropriately used. Yes, if you're having a heart attack they will save your life and as such they absolutely have a good and proper place in medicine. But many cath labs are basically $20,000 check printers, since the specialists in them are paid by the procedure and anyone they can get on the table generates a bill. Is that the right thing to do? Not all the time and that's not a entirely safe procedure either; no medical treatment or drug is. If you stick one in someone who doesn't really need it the best outcome is that he or she is out the $20 large. The worst is that they die on the table which does happen when their underlying condition wasn't going to kill them at all.
Again: Do you want the guy who got the "A" and will tell you "don't do it" or the dude who got the "D-" and all he cares about is the $20,000 because he either isn't good enough to know the difference or is being directed by some big hospital network to take the money and he's afraid to speak up about the scam as he neither trusts his expertise nor does he believe he'll get another job if he sticks up the middle finger?
Meritocracy is why you have electric lighting. It's why you have an Internet. It's why you have automobiles. It's why you have flush toilets and don't have to go **** in a hole in the back yard, or in the gutter of the street. It's why dozens of things we take for granted every single day exist.
Much of "woke" culture doesn't really impact all that much of importance to ordinary people. Do I really care about CPAs being white or black, and is a difference in competence all that important? Probably not -- right up until someone embezzles a bunch of money and then suddenly it might matter. The better CPA might catch it where the lesser does not.
But when it comes to medicine its a different story, unless you want the modern "car mechanic" who really isn't one at all. He plugs in the computer, it tells him that "Sensor X" is bad, and he goes and gets one out of the parts cage and installs it. He doesn't have to think because the machine does it for him. He's a parts-swapper, basically. Perhaps very highly-trained and with a very expensive suite of tools but he doesn't have to think about much and that's exactly how the dealership likes it. It's McDonalds in the car repair business; the hamburger sort of sucks, but it sucks the same way and is identical everywhere, no matter which store you go into.
That works for a lot of things in our economy. McDonalds and Starbucks have become utterly enormous on that exact basis. But if you've ever gone into MAAS in Ft. Walton Beach and ordered an espresso, you got a really good coffee. If you've ever gone into Intelligentsia in Chicago, well, you have had an outstanding espresso.
Because in those two places people knew what they were doing. They were artisans. In MAAS you had people that knew how to run the machine the old-fashioned way, which beats the automatic push-button coffee you get in Starbucks. Granted, if the clerk in there is stupid, you get bilge water. But MAAS trains people and they know what they're doing. Ditto at Intelligentsia but there they even go further because they not only roast on site they're really picky about it too.
But the Starbucks "barista" couldn't walk in there, go behind the counter, and pull a drinkable espresso shot. He or she is simply not capable of it; they're not good enough. They might be able to be trained, but off the street? Nope.
I could do it, because I have a machine here at the house. So could Sarah. But the average schlub st Starbucks? Nope.
The average repair guy in the car dealer today couldn't disassemble, clean, put back together and re-calibrate a carburetor on a 1970s V8. He probably couldn't set the points and timing either. He doesn't know how. He has no computer for that. If it doesn't run right he doesn't know where to start because he has to actually be able to think. Some of those folks in the old shops were really good, and some not-so-good. That was the time before assembly-line "service."
Unfortunately the human body isn't a computer-assisted car. It's far more complex, and far more unique than an espresso machine and the beans that go in it, starting with green and being roasted. The nuances of that are one thing, but in the human body despite the claims of many we understand only a small part of it.
We're really good with assembly-line medicine if you get in a car accident and break your leg, or if you get shot. Anatomy is pretty simple, after all, and there's really only one way the pieces of your leg bone are supposed to go back together. If you have holes in your body from a gunshot that ain't so tough either. We're the best in the world when it comes to trauma, and it's mostly because we do a lot of it and anatomy really isn't all that complex, so "assembly line" medicine is not only ok it has a low error rate.
But when it comes to everything else -- not so much.
Witness Covid-19. We had clinicians who were canceled because they were trying and using drugs that we'd had for decades in other indications. Who gives a crap about the color of someone's skin when the bottom line is that the person who got sick does not die? Are we really going to play cancel culture and essentially toss out on their ear anyone who is making people not die when others are failing to do so?
Your mother, grandfather or other family is dead because you let this go on.
This isn't abstract any more folks. Now you're being told to get stabbed by the same cretins who killed your grandmother, even if you already had Covid and recovered. There is not one scintilla of scientific evidence supporting such a thing for any disease, ever, in the history of mankind.
I had chicken pox -- the old-fashioned way. That shot is very safe, by the data, which by the way took 20 years to accumulate and trust. But if someone attempted to tell me that I had to be jabbed with it I'd shove it up their ass sideways. There is exactly zero scientific justification for that and everyone knows it. Likewise if you already had the measles before there was a measles shot. I got the shot when I was a kid, but not long before I got it there was no measles shot. If you had the measles and then the shot became available nobody ever suggested you get jabbed for that; that would be insane.
We have gone through 15 months of Cancel Medicine. Physicians who found through their own practice how to keep people from getting seriously ill and dying have been pilloried and canceled because they disagreed in their professional judgement or popped their head up on the wrong TV show. Think about how stupid that is and then consider that it wasn't just individual physicians; the entire Henry Ford Hospital System was "canceled" for the same reason -- because their protocol happened to include something a politician advocated and that instantly branded a highly respected medical group worthy of being silenced.
How many of the 500,000+ dead died for this exact reason?
How do you advance knowledge if you silence some of the people who are attempting to be in the debate or, in response to their professional opinions, label them for political -- or racial -- reasons?
What you get when you do that is what we got -- assembly line, computer and large-corporate driven zombies who perform as directed. There is zero medical expertise required to do that job. Other than actual surgical procedures a computer could take your symptoms and spit out a prescription. Person "X" shows up with "Y" symptoms, give them "Z" or have someone perform procedure "Z1". Period.
No learning takes place, nobody advances the science, the "one true way" is all that is done and in this case we now know that was corrupted, you in the American public not only let it happen half the nation actually cheered it on and screamed "Orange Man Bad" instead of demanding that those who wanted to cancel this or that person shut the **** up and let the results speak for themselves.
As a result 500,000+ people are dead.
YOU killed your grandmother by allowing this, America.
You must have really hated her -- and perhaps yourself -- if you're going to remain in your chair and allow this to go unpunished, or even worse, keep advocating and supporting it.
After all the next person who dies as a direct result may well be you -- or your child.
And if you or they do you will deserve that outcome too.