COREY'S DIGS - Aug 5, 2020 - By James Fitzgerald -
My mother was a nurse in London in the 1960s, where respiratory illness was prevalent amid the industrial pollution of the day. The hospital wards would be filled with patients in tents, meticulously maintained and cleaned to avoid infection by the regimented and strict battalions of nurses. Woe betide anyone who stood up the matrons of the day. Those fearsome custodians of good practice were there to enforce rules that saved lives — or so they believed. However, that trusting medical orthodoxy of the time did not dare question the wisdom of placing patients under plastic bags, with the result that many would have died of asphyxiation, as witnessed by my mother. Noticeably absent was also an outcry and public exposure of this widespread malpractice. At some point, someone realized that the tents were killing people, and they came down quietly and suddenly, never to be mentioned again.
When we talk about modern medicine, we are actually referring to a medical industrial complex that relies on pharmaceutical and machined-based interventions, which are funded either through taxpayers or private insurance schemes. The scientific orthodoxies adhered to, of course, emanate from medical schools. But who funds the medical schools and what are their agendas?
For those of us who have been paid to investigate and question public narratives, the issue of vaccine efficacy and its widespread implementation is open to question. How many of the doctors who prescribe these “inoculations” actually go through the empirical data and fully read the published reports?
It would be unwise to assume that the media would have exposed any malpractice or sinister agendas in the medical field by now. The last expose that I recall from a newspaper that I worked for happened under an editor called Harold Evans at the Sunday Times in London — who brought to light the thalidomide scandal in 1972, where pregnant women in 46 countries took the tranquilizer pill that was said to have no side-effects, but which caused 8,000 babies to be born with terrible deformities.