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Tyranny pilot project . . . at my clinic??
Wait, you’re kidding, right? Nope, implies my medical board. This coming Monday, the Board is taking me to a hearing to further expound on how much they will try to dictate my speech.
My clinic has offered viable nutritional treatments against cancer without chemotherapy. For the pearl-clutchers who are horrified to imagine such a thing, relax. Other doctors have done this for decades. In my case, I have been doing this for 15 years, and not one patient, not one patient’s family member in all that time ever complained that I harmed them. Although other clinics do similar treatments, I am the most outspoken I’ve seen about these treatments here and here.
If that weren’t enough blasphemy to annoy the big Pharma overlords, I also write medical exemptions from the COVID vaccines and other vaccines for all who request them, from New York to California and abroad, and I never refuse, because I do not want to be an accomplice to a poisoning. (I was among the earliest to show that the COVID vaccines are alarmingly toxic, first here, and then here, and that all vaccines have known toxicity here.)
Why have I been ringing alarms about the COVID vaccines since February 2021? Because it is much, much easier to prevent cancer than to treat it, and that is why I simply do not shut up about the DNA-threatening, likely carcinogenic and irrefutably cardiotoxic COVID vaccines, and the more mildly toxic older vaccines.
I have written many hundreds such medical exemptions from vaccines over the years, especially in the last year and a half, due to so many adults whose jobs have been threatened, and so many university students and school age kids whose education is threatened by fascists who imagine that forced medical procedures could be compatible with US laws and the US Constitution, and who imagine that they can force toxic injected liquid on others, simply because such liquid has been consecrated by the high priests of the superstitious with the magical sacrament name: vaccine.
In fact, I have often appeared as Medical Expert Witness in court cases after writing medical exemptions to support the rights and wellbeing of a child or adult who was facing a possibly toxic vaccine assault.
We have won every single settled court case so far.
Yes, I know that doctors in California are losing their medical licenses for writing medical exemptions. I do not fear losing my Arizona medical license for writing them. Why?
Here are some of the exhibits we just submitted yesterday for the hearing:
Arizona Constitution, Article 2 Section 6:
“Every person may freely speak, write and publish on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of that right.” [Emphasis mine].
Has the Arizona Naturopathic Physicians Medical Board noticed that no exception is made for healthcare professionals? Shall I point that out to them in the hearing?
And is free speech really a priority in Arizona?
Arizona Constitution, Article 1, Section 1:
“A frequent recurrence to fundamental principles is essential to the security of individual rights and the perpetuity of free government.” [Emphasis mine].
I love the Arizona Constitution for being so concise. It is easy to commit to memory and to cite at key moments of testimony at a hearing. And it places the priorities front and center.
For those who live in other states, what does your state Constitution say? Perhaps it is a valuable tool in defense of your liberty as well. Even if not, let’s explore further below the US Constitution.
A year ago, I wrote about the medical board’s harassment of me and abuse of my patients’ medical records.
But one might ask: Doesn’t a medical board control doctors? Aren’t doctors within the jurisdiction of a medical board? Can doctors’ rights be curtailed by a medical board? Maybe healthcare professionals should not be so uppity as to resist the mainstream by writing whatever they may think is true and appropriate. Maybe healthcare professionals should be more obedient than other people. So that would imply that healthcare professionals may not partake in the blessings of liberty. Maybe the medical board should even dictate what we write in our daily chart notes.
Sorry, but that would be a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment, the First Amendment and I believe possibly the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution.
Bureaucrat dictation of chart notes is also an absurd violation of common sense: The medical chart is properly a document that says what happened during a provider-patient interaction. As a legal document, it must be accurate. Anyone not in the room at the time of the consult has no freaking clue what happened, or what to say about it. So can they have any good or honest reason to say anything about that content or style?
United States Constitution, Fourteenth Amendment:
“No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; . . . nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”
No exception for healthcare professionals seems to be written into the law here either, that would deprive us healthcare professionals of equal rights of free speech. (This says to me that the State of California, for example, in stealing the medical licenses of doctors for writing medical exemptions from vaccines, seems to be in flagrant violation of the United States Constitution.)
What about Arizona? Is the United States Constitution trampled on here also? Not on my watch, as it is not only the pinnacle law in Arizona, but it constrains government:
Arizona Constitution, Article 2, Section 3, Paragraph A:
“The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the land to which all government, state and federal, is subject.”
Note that nowhere above does it say that the people generally, or healthcare workers specifically, must shut up and get in line. Rather, it subjects the state and federal government to the jurisdiction of the US Constitution. And for what essential purpose? See Article 1, Section 1 of the Arizona Constitution above. The security of essential rights.
Trying to deprive any group of individuals of our constitutionally protected liberties would be a violation of the US Constitution, which was written for the very purpose to “secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity . . .”
It says it right there in the Preamble of the US Constitution.
The frog boils slowly and complacently in gradually heated water, as metaphor for the estimated 60% of the population who are reluctantly compliant or too indecisive or too intimidated to resist tyranny, or who feel overwhelmed by the idea of such resistance, or simply don’t see the need for it.
Water could boil at any rate for the 30% who eagerly embrace tyranny. They’ll jump right into it, and yank you in also.
But among the 10% resisters of tyranny, we say: No such abuse of the people is acceptable at all.
Those proportions of the population are estimated by Belgian psychologist Mattias Desmet, who writes brilliantly of The Psychology of Totalitarianism in his new book of that name. Desmet offers his mass formation hypothesis as description of how people throughout the western world have been hypnotized to accept unscientific beliefs and practices in the COVID era, as well as in previous eras of tyranny. Throughout history, those most vulnerable to hypnosis show common characteristics, such as social isolation, a free-floating anxiety unattached to any imminent real world danger, and a sense of loss of purpose in their work.
I had flattered myself as being more attuned than most to early signals of attempts at tyranny, and I had thought that I was predisposed to vigorously resist it at all times, and I pushed back point by point, on the Board’s predatory behavior at first, as they attempted to violate one law before being pushed back by my lawyer, then another law, then another, many times over the years. But even I underestimated the lengths to which the Board would go to attempt to wreck the US Constitution and the Arizona Constitution.
Right now the Board has nothing at all with which to attack me, so it should be interesting to hear them throw further tantrums over my chart notes before a judge.
An imperious medical board member announced in the January 2021 Board meeting:
“I understand proper chart note procedure, and I understand what should be in the chart notes. It doesn’t look like that happened.”
Perhaps I should preface all future chart notes with the commitment that is printed on a sign that hangs in the reception area of my clinic: “This clinic upholds the United States Constitution.” I will be adding the Arizona Constitution to that sign. If that were at the beginning of each chart note, might that declaration fulfill “proper chart notes” requirements of the Board? I have a hunch that’s not what they’re looking for.
At any rate, there will be no backing down. The Board may not violate any law or any constitutional provision or clause at my clinic, without exception. So the results should be interesting. No law compels me to be an accomplice to perjury or other lawbreaking or medical malpractice.
Just remember, fellow healthcare practitioners and others, if you need to write a medical exemption from a vaccine, or if, as COVID era tyranny further unfolds, you are ever ordered to give a poisonous shot or medicine: The Hippocratic Oath is the legal antidote to a poisoning order. I plan to let doctors and pharmacists know this as often as necessary over the current era of political turmoil. I certainly intend to invoke that Oath on Monday, as needed.
“Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.” —Robert F Kennedy, Sr.
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