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Re: Comply or Die!
« Reply #15 on: January 20, 2022, 09:59:43 PM »
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  • Your whole anti-Joo activism appears somewhat ridiculous to me, if you more or less deny that the joo is controlling the medical industrial complex, including virtually all physicians.
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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #16 on: January 20, 2022, 10:01:53 PM »
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  • If you insulted only me, I'd laugh it off as personal conflict, but you inflict your pathology on several others. That is telling. Your gift for manipulative words can't hide that you show no empathy, remorse, or shame. You just double-down on your cruelty, sociopath.

    Sure, I have no empathy for a medical system, which I have rejected for decades, and which has shown it's real face in the past two years even to you, I hope. I pray that you'll understand what's going on!
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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #17 on: January 20, 2022, 10:12:52 PM »
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  • Your whole anti-Joo activism appears somewhat ridiculous to me, when you more or less deny that the joo is controlling the medical industrial complex, including virtually all physicians.


    I do not believe it is dyslexia, but something else that motivates you to "misrepresent" the truth, namely I have repeatedly criticized (not "more or less" denied) the evils in modern medicine and specifically called out the Jєωιѕн role.


    I know that YOU didn't say you avoid all doctors. You were quite clear about broken bones and appendicitis. Though I quoted your post, I am really addressing the crackpots who, in my view, are crippled by their skepticism and seek to infect others with that crippling level of skepticism.

    I agree that there is a trend towards less caring. Unquestioning acceptance of abortion. Jєω abortionists.

    I disagree that there is a trend to less competence, only greater specialization. Eye doctors are uncomfortable treating colds. Radiologists won't treat bladder infections. It has gotten quite silly. Because it takes so long to become competent in a specialty, the trend has been to specialize so early that specialists lack confidence (and experience) treating such simple common problems. In urban environments, generalists are nervous about doing things they are perfectly competent to do for fear that even a slightly-less-than-perfect outcome results in a malpractice lawsuit. Jєω lawyers.

    Since the Rockefeller-funded Flexner Report in 1910 there has been increasing industrialization of medical care. On one hand the trend did eliminate some outrageous quackery, but Rockefeller's self-interest (promoting a pharmaceutical industry heavily dependent upon petrochemicals) funded med schools and influenced curricula in, as you describe, unhealthy ways. Jєω pharma.

    Government intervention with Medicare in the 60's really accelerated the downhill slide. In insisting that doctors itemize their charges, doctors started thinking deeper about their overhead: "Yeah, I have to pay for that EKG machine, the paper that goes in it, the electricity it needs, and the nurse who runs it." That unbundling of services began the price escalation. When I was a child a visit to the GP cost $7 whether I got an xray, a shot, or a pat on the head.

    Then, in the 90's managed care completely unbalanced the incentives of doctors, hospitals, and patients. Jєω insurance CEOs.

    Doctors: "I am only getting paid $20 for a $50 visit so I have to see more patients and spend less time with them in order to pay overhead (and take  money home)."
    Hospitals: "We are getting paid less than the cost of providing care to these welfare patients, so we'll just charge the other patients and insurance more."
    Patients: "My kid bonked his head and seems fine, but it only costs a $5 co-pay to see the doctor. I just want to be sure."

    State medical boards, like cops and their arrest numbers and traffic ticket income, justify their own existence by harassing docs. Look how many docs have been in the news for trying to the right thing about COVID, but have lost their jobs and licenses? How many have not made the Jєω news?

    Many incentives work against good patient care at a reasonable cost, yet there is no shortage of docs still trying to do the right thing. I see many docs doing effective treatments for chronic illnesses, not just broken bones and sinus surgery, even though the FDA, FTC, and medical boards hassle them—herbs, supplements, "nutriceuticals," placental stem cells, peptides, hormone replacement (e.g., HGH, GHRH, testosterone), ketamine infusions, NAD+ infusions.  I could stand in the center of town and toss a rock in any direction and hit one of those good docs who are risking their careers to do the right thing for people (well, maybe that's a slight exaggeration).

    In my own case, with help I have been following the FLCCCA protocols even though recommending those protocols would result in a license loss. I had a placental stem cell infusion that within a few days gave me 30-50% improvement in my post-COVID neuropathy.

    As I said, I can count at least 6 times that docs have saved my life. I appreciate that.


    I exhort no "empathy" for the medical system.

    You lack empathy for PEOPLE. As I said, you seem like the kind of guy that would enjoy pushing little old ladies out of their wheelchairs if you could get away with it. You have a cruel streak that shows.

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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #18 on: January 20, 2022, 10:18:10 PM »
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  • I do not believe it is dyslexia, but something else that motivates you to "misrepresent" the truth, namely I have repeatedly criticized (not "more or less" denied) the evils in modern medicine and specifically called out the Jєωιѕн role.


    I exhort no "empathy" for the medical system.

    You lack empathy for PEOPLE. As I said, you seem like the kind of guy that would enjoy pushing little old ladies out of their wheelchairs if you could get away with it. You have a cruel streak that shows.

    C'mon, Mark 79, you did very well understand what I said. And now I leave you old lady alone. Eat your own comment.
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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #19 on: January 20, 2022, 10:21:18 PM »
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  • C'mon, Mark 79, you did very well understand what I said. And now I leave you old lady alone.

    I understand that you claimed I "more or less deny" the baleful Jєωιѕн influence in medicine.

    I understand that is a bold lie, a lie epitomizing a sociopath.


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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #20 on: January 20, 2022, 10:26:16 PM »
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  • I understand that you claimed I "more or less deny" the baleful Jєωιѕн influence in medicine.

    I understand that is a bold lie, a lie epitomizing a sociopath.

    You're the liar. You recommended to follow the bloody system of modern medicine. Do you think people are not aware of what you wrote?
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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #21 on: January 20, 2022, 10:28:09 PM »
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  • You even promoted Cannabis solely based on "peer reviewed papers". Not that I reject Cannabis for whatever useful purpose. But you need Joos to approve it. Lol.
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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #22 on: January 20, 2022, 10:35:43 PM »
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  • Yeah, I'm just a regular shill for the Jєωs.

    Good luck selling that one, sociopath.

    You're slipping. I provided peer-reviewed papers, but also noted corroborating testimony from many hundreds of people I met through my activism. If you were honest, you'd strike "solely."


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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #23 on: January 20, 2022, 10:38:48 PM »
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  • Yeah, I'm just a regular shill for the Jєωs.

    Good luck selling that one, sociopath.

    Yes, you are. When it comes to medicine, you're just the average Joo shill. All your "anti-semitism" breaks down, when you shill for the "science of medicine".
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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #24 on: January 20, 2022, 11:23:33 PM »
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  • Yeah, this reads like shilling for Jєωs in medicine. Sociopath and bullsh*tter.



    I know that YOU didn't say you avoid all doctors. You were quite clear about broken bones and appendicitis. Though I quoted your post, I am really addressing the crackpots who, in my view, are crippled by their skepticism and seek to infect others with that crippling level of skepticism.

    I agree that there is a trend towards less caring. Unquestioning acceptance of abortion. Jєω abortionists.

    I disagree that there is a trend to less competence, only greater specialization. Eye doctors are uncomfortable treating colds. Radiologists won't treat bladder infections. It has gotten quite silly. Because it takes so long to become competent in a specialty, the trend has been to specialize so early that specialists lack confidence (and experience) treating such simple common problems. In urban environments, generalists are nervous about doing things they are perfectly competent to do for fear that even a slightly-less-than-perfect outcome results in a malpractice lawsuit. Jєω lawyers.

    Since the Rockefeller-funded Flexner Report in 1910 there has been increasing industrialization of medical care. On one hand the trend did eliminate some outrageous quackery, but Rockefeller's self-interest (promoting a pharmaceutical industry heavily dependent upon petrochemicals) funded med schools and influenced curricula in, as you describe, unhealthy ways. Jєω pharma.

    Government intervention with Medicare in the 60's really accelerated the downhill slide. In insisting that doctors itemize their charges, doctors started thinking deeper about their overhead: "Yeah, I have to pay for that EKG machine, the paper that goes in it, the electricity it needs, and the nurse who runs it." That unbundling of services began the price escalation. When I was a child a visit to the GP cost $7 whether I got an xray, a shot, or a pat on the head.

    Then, in the 90's managed care completely unbalanced the incentives of doctors, hospitals, and patients. Jєω insurance CEOs.

    Doctors: "I am only getting paid $20 for a $50 visit so I have to see more patients and spend less time with them in order to pay overhead (and take  money home)."
    Hospitals: "We are getting paid less than the cost of providing care to these welfare patients, so we'll just charge the other patients and insurance more."
    Patients: "My kid bonked his head and seems fine, but it only costs a $5 co-pay to see the doctor. I just want to be sure."

    State medical boards, like cops and their arrest numbers and traffic ticket income, justify their own existence by harassing docs. Look how many docs have been in the news for trying to the right thing about COVID, but have lost their jobs and licenses? How many have not made the Jєω news?

    Many incentives work against good patient care at a reasonable cost, yet there is no shortage of docs still trying to do the right thing. I see many docs doing effective treatments for chronic illnesses, not just broken bones and sinus surgery, even though the FDA, FTC, and medical boards hassle them—herbs, supplements, "nutriceuticals," placental stem cells, peptides, hormone replacement (e.g., HGH, GHRH, testosterone), ketamine infusions, NAD+ infusions.  I could stand in the center of town and toss a rock in any direction and hit one of those good docs who are risking their careers to do the right thing for people (well, maybe that's a slight exaggeration).

    In my own case, with help I have been following the FLCCCA protocols even though recommending those protocols would result in a license loss. I had a placental stem cell infusion that within a few days gave me 30-50% improvement in my post-COVID neuropathy.

    As I said, I can count at least 6 times that docs have saved my life. I appreciate that.


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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #25 on: January 21, 2022, 06:27:49 AM »
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  • Mark79 and Marion, please take your squabbling offline.


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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #26 on: January 21, 2022, 10:40:21 AM »
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  • Mark79 and Marion, please take your squabbling offline.
    ^^^^ Luke 18:11

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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #27 on: January 21, 2022, 10:50:22 AM »
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  • Mark79 and Marion, please take your squabbling offline.
    Come now, being on a forum for a while is like having an extended family. It's just a family squabble :jester:
    "For there shall be a time, when they will not endure sound doctrine; but, according to their own desires, they will heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears:" [2 Tim. 4:3]

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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #28 on: January 21, 2022, 01:26:21 PM »
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  • Marion feels an emptiness in his life. He is discontent and angry for things not going his way in life, so his way of getting back at people is to do what he does here at CathInfo. 

    A sociopath? Quite possibly.
    An ass? Most definitely.

    :popcorn:

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    Re: Comply or Die!
    « Reply #29 on: January 21, 2022, 07:49:06 PM »
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  • Marion feels an emptiness in his life. He is discontent and angry for things not going his way in life, so his way of getting back at people is to do what he does here at CathInfo.

    A sociopath? Quite possibly.
    An ass? Most definitely.

    :popcorn:

    I don't agree with the way Mark 79 deals with and recommends medical "authorities" and "science". Also, available data of various countries show that most likely the flu was renamed covid-19 in the recent past. Mark 79 gets upset about this, since for some unknown reason a severe malady, he unfortunately suffered, has to be called covid-19 by all men on earth, and no other name.

    Nothing really serious.
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