It was the effects of Dave’s second Pfizer shot that provoked him to look further into the State-Pharma nexus, and notice that even as a double jabbed fella vilification can occur just for raising questions, or offering an antithesis view.
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Here are the two links that Patrick referred to in the conversation.
UK doctor offers alternative opinion on proposed vaccine mandate for NHS staff (the push for mandates was dropped soon after this interview), presumably because, in Dr Steve James’ words, “the science isn’t strong enough.”
12 Commandments to avoid AHPRA notifications by the Medical Indemnity Protection Society (MIPS) This item from this MIPS post is particularly alarming:
Health practitioners are obliged to ensure their views are consistent with public health messaging. This is particularly relevant in current times. Views expressed which may be consistent with evidence-based material may not necessarily be consistent with public health messaging.
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