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Why many medical professionals are still blind to the medical holocaust despite mountains of evidence
The Blind leading the Blind
I’ve just spoken with Monique Abraham, whose father was killed at Vanderbilt Hospital by Remdesivir protocols. Her father, Frank, was one of the first people enrolled in Remdesivir trials. He entered Vanderbilt with stomach problems. His senses of taste and smell were affected, but he had no fever. He tested positive for COVID. He was 82 years old and in very good condition for his age. He was a former Lieutenant Colonel in the Army. He was dead in 6 days.
Her family members don’t want to believe it was a “murder.” I have family members in the healthcare industry myself. They are also very much in denial about what has happened. I really can’t reach them.
These family members worked hard and studied hard in college, and all that. They’re good people. They don’t like to think of themselves as evil. Their coworkers and friends in these industries are not evil. They push back against any accusations of large scale murder in the healthcare industry, because too many people that they know just wouldn’t consciously go along with something like that. I’m no psychiatrist, but it seems like true “denial” to me. They don’t want to face the facts of what has happened.
There’s another aspect that I want to talk about- compartmentalization. The truth is difficult to see sometimes. Compartmentalization means that each person has their own small role, and doesn’t get to see the big picture. The Manhattan Project is an example of compartmentalization. None of the workers were supposed to understand that they were working on an atomic bomb.
The typical clinical trial is as such: “multicenter, blinded, randomized trial of hydroxychloroquine versus placebo.” This is very much compartmentalization. They blind people and spread the trials all over the place. And they actively manipulate results. Read: restrain, deny nutrition, forced ventilation, opioids, etc.
If you’ve read many of my substacks, you know that I propose a “double see” model of trials as opposed to the “double blind” model. The value of the information that the medical professional and patient both receive from actually observing the reaction of their body to the chemicals they are taking in real time is infinitely more valuable than the value of eliminating the negligible “placebo effect,” where a positive attitude can help eliminate disease.
Blind. Medical professionals are blinded. Someone else conducts the trials using people who are blinded. These people will accumulate the data that they will use to tell the medical professionals what works, and what doesn’t, and what the medical protocols should be. Don’t worry about the underlying data. Someone else has already done all the math and told you what the answers were.
Imagine a nurse handing out pills in a clinical trials model. All the pills look the same. She hands out a certain amount of pills. A certain amount of patients die. If the nurse knew that one group of pills was killing all the patients, she would object. If she is blinded, she can believe that one group of pills was more effective than the other at curing the disease, and that it was the disease killing the patients.
If you don’t see it, you won’t object. Take off your damned blindfolds and consider how the results of clinical trials are generated.
Vanderbilt Hospital was conducting trials of hydroxychloroquine and remdesivir at the same time. In the big picture, based on a massive amount of “anecdotal” evidence and observations of medical professionals, we know that hydroxychloroquine is a safe and effective therapeutic for COVID-19, and that remdesivir is a very deadly toxin with no medical value. Nevertheless, by the randomized, multi-site, blind clinical trials testing models, the true controllers of the medical profession, statisticians, were able to achieve the results of revoking an Emergency Use Authorization of hydroxychloroquine and approving one for remdesivir.
I don’t have all the answers to how the clinical trials were manipulated to achieve false results. If I had the data I could tell you. I do know of one way to highlight it. Let’s make a case study of Vanderbilt: Every patient using hydroxychloroquine and remdesivir.
Monique told me that not only was her father killed in 6 days flat with Remdesivir and some other methods, but that she knew of another person killed in 5 short days with Remdesivir at Vanderbilt.
How many people were enrolled for the hydroxychloroquine trials at Vanderbilt, and how many died? How many people were enrolled for the remedesivir trials Vanderbilt, and how many died?
Let’s just start from there. And if it turns out that Vandy was killing people at a high rate with Remdesivir compared to hydroxychloroquine, why didn’t medical professionals at Vanderbilty say something?
Were they blind, or did they know? If they knew, they should be prosecuted. If they were blind, then we have to get to a higher level of the ones who randomized and blinded the medical professionals to prosecute.
Back to the point of denial in the healthcare industry, many medical professionals just don’t understand that they are just going along with a programs, relying on information that is bad. They just can’t accept that they have been a part of something this big and this evil. But everything they think they know was created by people wearing blindfolds according to some mysterious government design. And what kind of medical knowledge do you expect to get from people wearing blindfolds doing the government’s bidding.