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A Board-Certified Internist’s Response to the New York Times Editorial Board’s Recent Opinion Piece That Exposed Both the Board’s Horrifying Ignorance About America’s Over-vaccination Epidemic

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 Submitted by Dr Gary Kohls, MD

Even though it is likely that most mainstream editors and publishers will forbid any of their journalists to write about this very important, well-documented issue (which endangers the health of the world’s humans), I nevertheless submit it to a select list of journalists. Please study it carefully (and ethically). It is surely NEWS THAT’S FIT TO PRINT (except perhaps for Big Media outlets like the NY Times, it appears).

Though neither one is good, allowing Big Pharma/Big Medicine to pollute our children’s (and also adult’s) bodies and brains (the internal environment)with known neurotoxic substances, the reality of over-vaccinating humans (especially babies) is worse in many ways than “just” allowing multinational mining corporations, in league with both our elected representatives and our appointed (DNR, PCA, EPA, Forestry, etc) officials, to pollute our external/natural environment with water-endangering, sociopathic, polluting, foreign corporations such as PolyMet/Glencore, Twin Metals/Antofagasta, all of which will be above the law if and when environmental catastrophes happen like they did at the now closing copper mine at Mount Polley, British Colombia, at the Samarco mine in Brazil, etc, etc,. Gary

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“Yet they are rarely told that their immunocompromised child might actually develop measles due to being vaccinated (!) with the attenuated, live viruses that are in the vaccine or catch the measles from a newly vaccinated classmate who could easily shed the contagious vaccine viruses for weeks after the shot..”

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A Board-Certified Internist’s Response to the New York Times Editorial Board’s Recent Opinion Piece That Exposed Both the Board’s Horrifying Ignorance About America’s Over-vaccination Epidemic and Its (Probable) Bias Toward Its Lucrative Big Pharma Investment Portfolios

By Guest Columnist Meryl Nass, MD – January 21, 2019 (1,600 words)

(Dr Nass justifiably suspects that the NY Times editorial board’s Opinion piece was ghost-written by some anonymous, well-paid medical communication company that is in the employ of Big Pharma. Read the original piece at: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/19/opinion/vaccines-public-health.html)measles, mumps

It is important to note that none of the NY Times editorial board members are either physicians or scientists. Therefore, none of them could have had any expertise in the true (non-corporate-influenced) science or true (non-corporate-influenced) history of vaccinology. The board member’s opinions therefore are similar to what the heavily-propagandized public has repeatedly heard from 1) Big Pharma; 2) Big Pharma’s wholly-owned subsidiaries, the CDC and the FDA; 3) Big Media (whose biased corporate advertisers are largely uber-wealthy pharmaceutical companies); 4) Big Pharma’s shareholders (who are benefitting from the vaccine industry’s soaring stock prices and dividends); and 5) Big Medicine (whose physicians and increasingly monopolistic clinics and hospitals profit enormously from more and more known-to-be-neurotoxic infant vaccines – which are now so numerous that they have to be injected into the tiny muscles of tiny infants in cocktail combinations that have never been tested for safety even in guinea pig labs!).

Here is how the New York Times’ Opinion piece began:

Opinion

How to Inoculate Against Anti-Vaxxers

The no-vaccine crowd has persuaded a lot of people. But public health can prevail. More

Don’t Criticize What You Can’t Understand (About the Science of Vaccine Neurotoxicity)

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A Collection of Recent Journal Articles Solidifying the Connections Between America’s Over-Vaccination Agenda and the Epidemics of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Chronic Autoimmune Disorders

 

 Gary G. Kohls, MD – July 4, 2017

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“It is a near certainty that the AMA, the AAP, the IOM – and the recent critics of this column’s statements of scientific fact regarding the many dangers of the neurotoxicity of America’s over-vaccination programs – have little or no knowledge of the following research studies that totally debunk their claims that all vaccines are both safe and effective and that Big Medicine and Big Pharma can be trusted to implement their over-vaccination agendas, even to the point of forcibly vaccinating people against their wills.”

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In an obscure interview back in 1956, the entertainer Elvis Presley was quoted as saying: “Don’t criticize what you don’t understand, son. You never walked in that man’s shoes.” But But none of Elvis’s many song-writers ever wrote a song that included that wonderful truism.

However, Bob Dylan, in his iconic “The Times They Are A-Changing” (1962), immortalized the phrase. It is not likely that Dylan stole the phrase from one of Presley’s songs because Elvis once admitted: “I’ve never written a song in my life.”

Dylan’s poetic truism has always stayed with me. To remind readers of its power, here is the fourth verse of that song:

“Come mothers and fathers
Throughout the land
And don’t criticize
What you can’t understand

Your sons and your daughters
Are beyond your command
Your old road is rapidly agin’
Please get out of the new one if you can’t lend your hand
For the times they are a-changin’.

There is a surge of anti-intellectualism and anti-science belief systems in the United States. People who know nothing about climate science are ridiculing altruistic climate scientists who know what they are talking about. Respected, unbiased scientists (those who are not in the back pockets of the fossil fuel and coal industries) are fulfilling their moral duty to warn the rest of us about the imminent danger of potentially unstoppable – and catastrophic – warming of the planet, a reality that could easily make the planet unlivable for animal life n the near future (like the gradually expanding Sahara Desert has been exhibiting for us for years).

Unbiased geological scientists, scholars and assorted well-informed citizen activists (at least those who have not been hired and thus co-opted by Big Mining) understand the potentially catastrophic dangers of sulfide mining that is threatening my home state of Minnesota. These altruistic scientists and citizen activists are being viciously demonized (even with death threats) by some folks who happen to live in the boom-and-bust (non-sulfide) iron ore country that now has commercially-viable copper sulfide ore deposits in the water-rich part of the state. More

Another Iatrogenic Illness Unveiled: Kris Kristofferson’s Dramatic Cure of his “Incurable” Alzheimer’s Disease

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new-logo25kohlsBy Gary G. Kohls, MD

 

“The term “iatrogenic” means doctor, drug or surgery-caused disease. It is a taboo subject in America today.”

 

I don’t know how many of my readers listen to John Gilbert’s daily talk show on Duluth’s local KDAL radio station (610 AM). John is the journalist that writes the best sports-related columns that I have ever read. Those sports columns appears every week in the Duluth Reader, which is where my Duty to Warn column is published; so we are colleagues. John is a wonderful radio interviewer who occasionally invites me to appear on his “The John Gilbert Show” when medical issues arise. The show is on every weekday morning from 9 – 11 am. It is archived at www.kdal610.com/podcasts/the-john-gilbert-show-podcast/).

This morning (8-16-16), just before I was about to begin writing this week’s column, John called and asked me to appear on the show to give my medical opinion about the dramatic recovery of dementia victim Kris Kristofferson, the legendary singer/song-writer who had been erroneously diagnosed with incurable late-stage Alzheimer’s dementia (of unknown origin).

John had seen Kristofferson perform onstage with Merle Haggard a year or two ago when he was obviously seriously demented (although still able to remember the lyrics of his own songs). And then, just recently, John again saw Kristofferson perform in a solo concert when his dementia symptoms had completely disappeared! Reader publisher and editor Bob Boone graciously provided the $70 dollar tickets for John and his wife Joan.

Apparently Kristofferson had been mis-diagnosed with Alzheimer’s dementia about three years ago, which started more than one medical misadventure for he and his neurologists that involving neurotoxic medication trials with drugs. Those drugs that Kristofferson was treated with had been approved by the FDA on the basis of a couple of short-term trials involving only a few hundred so-called “Alzheimer’s Dementia” patients. The results that were submitted to the FDA showed only minimal improvement (albeit “statistically significant”), but only in mild to moderate dementia. Thus treating severely demented patients with those drugs was not FDA-approved (“off-label”). More

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