I graduated MB, ChB from the University of Otago in New Zealand in 1992.
The purpose of this website is to share my observations and opinions with respect to the Covid-19 injectables.
With respect to Colloidal Gold – trials haven’t been conducted yet on people. The recent discussions are based on initial findings on a slide
Hi, I have been a General Practitioner (family medicine doctor) for over 25 years.
Clearly there has been a lot of things about the Covid-19 pandemic that hasn’t made sense unless the events of the last three years are seen in a broader context and we consider other global agendas.
For 30 years I have tried not to have my ‘thalidomide moment’ where I have inadvertently given a medication or not warned about something that might cause a foetal abnormality.
“don’t smoke, don’t drink” “Let us change your medication to something that we have more confidence is safe”
It was never possible that we know that the Covid-19 injectables are safe in pregnancy, let alone effective and I am pleased to say that I actively always discouraged my pregnant patients not to have this medication.
Clearly the official narrative was that these injectables were safe in pregnancy. As a medical professional I was constantly bombarded with this message from every official organisation.
And besides Covid-19 was such a threat during pregnancy that “you must have the vaccination” – really???
I became increasingly aware of the resounding unison of “there is nothing to see here” despite the number of groups and individuals who were posting concerning images online.
So in mid 2022 I purchased a darkfield microscope and started looking at my own blood and that of patients. I also started looking at what we were injecting into people and I started voicing my concerns about what I was seeing.
I would encourage anybody to consider purchasing a dark field microscope and start looking and please email me with any questions with regard to this
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