In a less polite age, Dr Chant would be diagnosed as hysterical

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5 Responses to In a less polite age, Dr Chant would be diagnosed as hysterical

  1. local oaf says:

    Maybe given a turn on a ducking stool!

  2. Tel says:

    https://doctors4covidethics.org/supporting-dr-oosterhuis/

    Over the last 18 months I have been increasingly concerned about the misinformation and censorship creeping into science and medicine. Fellow physicians were saving lives with early treatment and medication/supplement approaches to prevention but it was THIS that was attacked and censored! People like Dr Paul Marik, Dr Pierre Kory of the FLCCC Alliance, Dr Robert Malone, Dr Geert Vanden Bossche, Dr Michael Yeadon, Dr Vlad Zelenko, Dr Chris Martensen, Dr Eric Weinstein and others are making credible and serious warnings about the gene therapy being coerced upon our populations.

    Censoring their work, and the research of experts like Dr Tess Lawrie, Dr Peter McCullough, Dr Sucharit Bhakdi and America’s Frontline Doctors is dangerous.

    The Medical Board of NSW is now using intimidation, threatening and gagging doctors like myself, who share data which questions the official narrative. I don’t believe that censorship is compatible with good science and good medicine, and I believe that it needs to stop now, in the name of public health and public interest.

    Hear!

  3. Shy Ted says:

    They used to try to cure hysteria with stimulation of the female nether regions. While I wouldn’t wish this on any vibrating device in regards to this creature, it’s clear what is missing in her life.

  4. C.L. says:

    Over the last 18 months I have been increasingly concerned about the misinformation and censorship creeping into science and medicine.

    And the ABC:

    How to gather for the holidays while reducing your chances of catching COVID-19.

    What to do with unvaccinated guests?

    Mr Meadows and his partner have decided unvaccinated guests will not be allowed to attend their Christmas lunch.

    “We don’t want to exclude people. Unless, of course, they’re not vaccinated,” he said.

    Vaccination remains the best way to reduce your chance of getting sick and spreading COVID-19, and Professor Hellard said hosts should not shy away from checking the vaccination status of invitees.

    Vaccination does not stop the spreading of coronavirus.

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