Dr. Meryl Nass interview
Her appearance on the Right on Point podcast
Wayne A Rohde
In December, I invited Dr. Meryl Nass to the Right on Point podcast to discuss her recent work and of course, the complete history of the anthrax vaccine catastrophe, her Congressional testimony regarding the problems with the development and implementation of anthrax vaccine.
Click here to listen to her interview.
Keep learning, keep challenging yourself and always, always question authority.
Have a good day.
I’m having to suddenly look for another job after having my contract terminated at 5:15pm (at the end of a business day to get all the last hours of work out of me) via phone by a stranger for poor ‘conduct’ for having expressed an opinion that was considered ‘anti-vax’ and also regarding minimizing exposure to mobile phone EMF’s and radiation to get a better night’s sleep and better health.
so this is a war against freedom of speech.
the unemployment benefits are a joke, and not even sure if I qualify for the measly 80 pounds per week.
I have to turn in my laptop/monitor/mobile phone and my access was shut off less than 2 minutes after the staffing agency terminated me over the phone (by someone I hadn’t met no less).
The silver lining is that Susan from the UK had her application for a vaccine exemption (based on medical reasons) approved! so that is a relief.
The Stockdale Paradox
Admiral Jim Stockdale was the highest-ranking US military officer in the “Hanoi Hilton” prisoner-of-war camp during the height of the Vietnam War. Tortured over twenty times during his eight-year imprisonment from 1965 to 1973, Stockdale lived out the war without any prisoner’s rights, no set release date, and no certainty as to whether he would even survive to see his family again. …
“I never lost faith in the end of the story,” he said, when I asked him. “I never doubted not only that I would get out, but also that I would prevail in the end and turn the experience into the defining event of my life, which, in retrospect, I would not trade.”
I didn’t say anything for many minutes, and we continued the slow walk toward the faculty club, Stockdale limping and arc-swinging his stiff leg that had never fully recovered from repeated torture. Finally, after about a hundred meters of silence, I asked, “Who didn’t make it out?”
“Oh, that’s easy,” he said. “The optimists.”
“The optimists? I don’t understand,” I said, now completely confused, given what he’d said a hundred meters earlier.
“The optimists. Oh, they were the ones who said, ‘We’re going to be out by Christmas.’ And Christmas would come, and Christmas would go. Then they’d say, ‘We’re going to be out by Easter.’ And Easter would come, and Easter would go. And then Thanksgiving, and then it would be Christmas again. And they died of a broken heart.”
Another long pause, and more walking. Then he turned to me and said, “This is a very important lesson. You must never confuse faith that you will prevail in the end—which you can never afford to lose—with the discipline to confront the most brutal facts of your current reality, whatever they might be.”
To this day, I carry a mental image of Stockdale admonishing the optimists: “We’re not getting out by Christmas; deal with it!”
It was already in place, and had been killing many people for some time, 12 years ago.
The Pharmaceutical “Iron Triangle”
September 19, 2010
Professor Paul Johnson describes iron triangles as “closed, mutually supportive relationships between government agencies, special interest lobbying organizations, and the legislative committees or subcommittees with jurisdiction over a particular functional area of government policy.
Prof. Johnson writes:
“As long as they hang together, the members of these small groups of movers and shakers tend to dominate all policy-making in their respective specialized areas of concern, and they tend to present a united front against “outsiders” who attempt to invade their turf and alter established policies that have been worked out by years of private negotiations among the “insiders”…
These triangles are said to be “strong as iron” in that these mutually supportive relationships are often so politically powerful that representatives of the more general interests of society are usually effectively prevented from “interfering” with policy-making altogether whenever their concept of the general interest runs counter to the special interests of the entrenched interest groups, bureaucrats and politicians. (more here)
The pharmaceutical “iron triangle” consists of congressional leaders who fund the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Because infectious disease became statistically irrelevant in the US by 1955, the HHS, CDC and NIH pay activist organizations like TAG, HousingWorks, DC Fights Back to coerce and threaten anyone who threatens the billions of dollars wasted by these agencies EVERY YEAR. Targets include congressman, politicians, theologians, public speakers and judges.
For example, when Congress threatened to reduce AIDS funding, protesters funded by the CDC (e.g. taxpayers), the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the New York State Department of Health. among others made noise:
Hey, I think women wearing masks out on the street, and backing away from everybody else, are just as sexy as those yammering on cell phones!
Wearing a face mask makes you more attractive to the opposite sex, study finds
A new study has found wearing a face mask makes you appear more attractive
Cardiff University study asked 43 women to rank men’s faces with different items covering them
The study found that men with blue medical face masks were the most attractive
As an old friend of Meryl’s, and a great admirer of her blog, I see this persecution—which has been happening to the world’s best doctors for the last two years—as a badge of honor (though it’s bad news for the people in that part of Maine).
Maine Physician Suspended for COVID Misinformation
by Cheryl Clark, Contributing Writer, MedPage Today January 13, 2022
— Licensing agency says Meryl Nass must undergo neuropsych exam for her claims about COVID vaccine
by Cheryl Clark, Contributing Writer, MedPage Today January 13, 2022
The Maine Board of Licensure Wednesday ordered the immediate suspension of the license of a physician accused of spreading false COVID-19 information and, in a separate order Tuesday, ordered her to undergo a neuropsychological evaluation by a board-selected psychologist.
The 30-day suspension order said that Meryl Nass, MD, an internist in Ellsworth, made a number of false COVID claims in a video interview and on her website, and that allowing her to continue to practice “constitutes an immediate jeopardy to the health and physical safety of the public.”
The Project Veritas Document Was Real; The Research Overall Originated With D.R.A.S.T.I.C
No, it was not about “viruses” it was about vaccines. For the BATS. To develop aerosolized and transdermal spike protein vaccines for bats in China. Ask yourself: Why?
I spent the entire day studying the Project Veritas document drop that has us all shocked, confused, and to varying degrees, distrustful. Many wondered if it was real, if Project Veritas was being “played,” if it was part of a deeper, sinister agenda to push virus panic, and so forth. I want to say just a few things, from my frustrating research dive. First of all, very few people are sourcing it correctly. It actually has deep roots, and goes way back.
Click the link for the rest.
An alliance—of Yellow Vests, anarchists and Christians—that means business.