Seeing the Face of the Machine: Medical Edition
A call for justice.
This story is about the need for justice for the wronged.
As you know, I typically like to write about hope, and love, and courage. I do believe with clarity and passion that love and courage will get us out of this mess, although the timing is unknown. But it is also true that it’s hard to silently witness deceit and abuse toward the innocent and the trusty. Hurting the trusty has always really bothered me. I tend to interfere.
So when it comes to this current situation, and the holy medical product that has been injuring many people, the victims need to be heard. On the basic level, whether one believes in conspiracies or not, it’s just not fair at all that the people who have been harmed—and there are many—get to see the betrayer’s back, are told to talk to the hand, and so on. It’s just not fair. Can we agree on that?
Here is a testimony by Brianne Dressen who volunteered for a trial, was injured, removed from the trial, and had to refinance her home to pay for healthcare expenses (thank you Charles Eisenstein for recommending the video).
A compilation of testimonies (on the Highwire), including an agricultural pilot who started experiencing intense side effects mid-flight and had to land the plane in an emergency manner.
Below is a screenshot from the same video with a comparison between the two medical products.
This paper was recently published in a journal by the American Heart Association. (See related Berenson.)
And here are reports by Berenson, Kirsch, and Lyons-Weiler.
A very good essay by Lucie Wilk.
And finally, a short but sobering note on the conflict of interest and just how deep it goes.