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Data and Dehumanization in the Modern Era

Analysis by A Midwestern Doctor

December 16, 2023

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STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Data has the potential to make the world a better place by showing us which ideas work and which should be avoided. However, data often fails to live up to its promise because data that threatens a prevailing interest is prevented from seeing the light of day — something we have seen throughout COVID-19
  • Recently, a brave whistleblower in New Zealand (who is now facing years in prison) leaked millions of anonymized health records showing the COVID vaccine was causing a large number of deaths
  • When interviewed, he stated his reason for leaking was because he was continually haunted by the human suffering he could feel within the numbers he stared at each day. This lies in contrast to the sadly frequent human tendency to see those large datasets as abstract concepts where the observer is separated from the human consequences of those numbers
  • Many of the worst regimes in history (aided by newfound technologies) treated their citizens as simply being abstract data points and cogs in the regime’s totalitarian vision. This led to a variety of horrific atrocities which mirror much of what we are now seeing within the modern technocratic age

Over the last two weeks, I put together a series to highlight how time and time again the government has rushed an unsafe and experimental vaccine to market despite its own scientists warning it not to, and then as the injuries piled up, done nothing until the media exposed what was happening and forced the government to pull it.

This was done to illustrate that there is in fact a longstanding precedent for the “health authorities” to do whatever they can to cover up the evidence those injuries are happening, even when doing so becomes a direct violation of their charter (to protect the public good and save lives).

Since this has repeatedly happened (often with disastrous consequences), one would think that it might cause the government to reconsider the wisdom of rushing “emergency” vaccines to market. However, instead, the “lesson” they learned was how critical it was to ensure the media would not expose what was happening. In turn, over the last 25 years, we’ve seen a variety of changes occur to prevent the public from becoming aware of a bad vaccine such as:

•Allowing the pharmaceutical industry to become the primary advertiser for the mass media and then financially blackmail the networks into not airing any coverage critical of the pharmaceutical industry or its products.

Note: This has also come to apply to the other media platforms.

•Coming up with reason after reason to restrict the public’s access to the data used to claim a product is “safe and effective,” and instead have us be expected to take that pronouncement on faith. This goes hand in hand with data being viewed as our salvation, but no one ever questioning why we only see the data that supports the existing narrative.

•Gradually removing the protections afforded to whistleblowers who tried to expose these misdeeds.

Note: This tactic was pioneered by the military. For example, the Vietnam War was largely ended by analyst Daniel Ellsberg leaking the Pentagon Papers (for which Ellsberg was criminally charged but ultimately faced no consequences).

When Wikileaks did the same a few decades later, both the leaker (Manning) and the journalist who published the information (Assange) were sent to prison — with Assange still serving his sentence. Likewise, another prominent leaker, Edward Snowden, had to flee to Russia to protect himself from being imprisoned after he revealed information he believed to be critical for the public good.

However, despite it being quite challenging to be a whistleblower (e.g., most lose their livelihoods and families), people still do it. The following brief video provides one of the best explanations for why a minority of the population always exists to take on that immense risk to do the right thing:https://rumble.com/embed/v20okmo/?pub=4Video Link

Note: I chose to include Peter Gøtzche’s talk in this article because it provides important context for Barry Young’s actions.

Barry Young

Barry Young found himself in a challenging situation. Because of a job he was contracted for, he had gained access to a database which clearly proved the COVID vaccines were killing people. In turn, he had to wrestle with the decision of whether he wanted to stay silent and be directly complicit in those deaths or publicize the data and be severely punished for doing so.

He eventually chose to leak it and gave an interview to accompany that leak. After watching that interview, I realized it touched on quite a few critical points so I edited and trimmed it down to an 8 minute version which highlighted those points.https://rumble.com/embed/v3x6sh5/?pub=4Video Link

This interview aired on November 28, and on November 30, Steve Kirsch released his data. Two days later (December 2nd) police surrounded Barry’s house and arrested him. The next day, he was formally arraigned in court and charged with accessing a computer system for dishonest purposes, which carries a maximum penalty of seven years in prison.

Note: In addition to the potential prison sentence, Barry Young is also almost certainly permanently blacklisted from being hired again.

barry young

Note: The journalist in the previous video who helped Young break this story has gone into hiding. For those interested in supporting the legal defense, more information can be found here.

In response to all of this, NZ’s government chose the only option available to them. They did their best to censor Barry’s data (which is essentially futile at this point), discredit his conclusions (by claiming he was not qualified to analyze it), double down on the safety of their vaccines, attack anyone for scaring the public into not vaccinating and lament the epidemic of disinformation and “conspiracy theorists”:

“Apa [the CEO of NZ’s national health service] said misinformation about vaccines was particularly concerning at a time when Covid-19 cases were high. Rates are going up, we are seeing hospitalisations so we really want to keep promoting to New Zealanders who are eligible for Covid boosters to get them.”

Note: I feel responses like this have a limited shelf life, given that they disprove themselves (if the cases are high, then that means the vaccines most of the country already took don’t work) and because the public has largely lost the will to vaccinate (evidenced by the lower and lower booster uptake around the world — including within New Zealand).

Likewise, they made sure to find a victim in this story:

“The man facing charges had worked in a small team of specialised people who were “incredibly devastated” by what happened.”

Note: Remember that each of those “devastated” people saw the same data Barry did but did nothing.

Another memorable quote inadvertently highlights the government’s choice to willfully disregard the data showing it was harming its citizens:

“New Zealanders give their health information to Te Whatu Ora [NZ’s national public health service] in order to make sure that they are cared for appropriately. When it is used for another purpose and that purpose is vexatious, then that is of course of concern,” opposition health spokesperson Ayesha Verrall said.

However, in my eyes the most important quote is this one:

“The data seemed to be “large amounts of vaccine-related information” and appeared to have been anonymised, Apa said. Analysis was continuing, but so far no NHI numbers or personally identifiable information was believed to have been released.”

One of the most common excuses government’s around the world have used to avoid releasing data on the COVID vaccinations is that they don’t want to violate people’s medical privacy, and that this right to medical privacy must be protected under all circumstances.

Note: One of the best illustrations of the insincerity of this statement is the fact that tech companies are often given a blank check to data mine millions of health records.

Prior to the data being released to researchers, Barry made a point to anonymize the data by giving each person a random medical record number and then randomizing the order of each remaining field in the data set. This maintained the database’s statistics (e.g., the average time from vaccination to death, the average mortality for each age group, and the timing of when the deaths occurred) but prevented the individual entries from being linked to a specific person.

This in turn shielded him (or anyone else using the data) from the accusation they were endangering medical privacy and simultaneously negated the longstanding governmental argument these datasets cannot be anonymized and hence cannot be made available to outside scrutiny.

At the same time, it also initially confused a lot of people because that randomization created a few “impossible” events (e.g., someone getting their “first” dose of the COVID vaccine twice with two different vaccines).

Note: In the week before this story broke, I spent a lot of time verifying that the anonymized database did in fact maintain the critical statistics present in the original database. Recently, Norman Fenton (who is more qualified than I am to evaluate these matters) likewise issued a statement affirming the validity of this approach.

Dehumanization

While some humans are malevolent beings who wish for evil, I do not believe most people desire to harm others. Rather, I’ve come to believe that the two most common causes of “evil” are:

1.Lacking the courage to oppose something you know is wrong — This, in turn, is often followed by willfully closing one’s eyes to seeing the evidence something bad is happening (as that reduces the psychological discomfort of being a complicit party in what’s happening).

Note: For this reason, I make a point to never turn a blind eye to things I think are wrong even if I know I am powerless to change them. For example, I feel that what factory farming does to animals is horrifically cruel, so to at least “keep my eyes open,” I will never eat meat that comes from those sources.

2.No longer seeing the victimized party as individual living human beings.

Dehumanization is commonly recognized in the context of hate where one groups that hates another will often see that group as less than human and hence acceptable to treat in an inhumane fashion (e.g., murdering them).

However, I believe it also simply occurs when people’s humanistic processing capacity is overloaded — something that sadly occurs quite frequently in the modern age.

A variety of studies have suggested that (most) human beings have a limited ability to be present to the lives of others which seems to cap out at approximately 150 people. For this reason, a variety of human institutions operate very differently depending on how many people are within them.

For example, in smaller societies like a village (where everyone knows everyone else) democracies work quite well, while in larger ones (where its no longer possible for everyone to be present to everyone else) abstract frameworks inevitably come into being that take the place of human connection and integration.

Note: I believe some individuals have the ability to be present to a much broader view of what is happening around them and how people are affected by their actions. Historically, these people have been known to be the best leaders.

Unfortunately, in our current times, these qualities are rarely seen in our leaders as the political process no longer selects for it and the spiritual practices that cultivate the ability to bear witness to the suffering of many are no longer widely encouraged within our society.

One of the most common consequences of this is that when people rise to power, the people they serve switch from being human being to abstract concepts. In turn, policies are chosen which favor the collective rather than the individual and a collective mentality or “mass formation” (which can be quite sociopathic) often takes over that leadership and their focus becomes fulfilling that ideology above all else.

This in turn often leads to one who is not overtly evil can rationalize implementing policies which are clearly sociopathic — particularly if they are disconnected from the human beings harmed their policies.

For example, one of the most well-known critics of the vaccine safety movement recently tweeted something I believe is emblematic of this mentality:

The Nirvana fallacy (that as nothing will work 100% of the time, anything having less than a 100% efficacy is not a valid reason to dismiss it) is agreeable on the surface.

However, it quickly becomes used to rationalize very unsafe and ineffective therapies (e.g., Gorski’s career was based around giving patients chemotherapy) and view the collateral damage is acceptable because the overall outcome is “better.” For example, consider the recently discussed WHO bulletin about vaccine injuries which stated:

“At a population level, it is considered that these small risks are balanced by the benefits of widespread population immunization. However this means that an individual occasionally bears a significant burden for the benefit provided to the rest of the population.”

Note: One of the major issues in medicine is that the human connection which used to exist in the doctor-patient-relationship has been eroded by the corporatization of medicine.

Instead to “make healthcare more efficient” much of healthcare has become an assembly line where the doctors who ultimately make the decisions for each patients spend less and less time with them, and that task in instead delegated to other healthcare workers who do not have the authority stop a therapy they can see is clearly harming a patient. Furthermore, even if the doctor wants to do the right thing, within this system they are often helpless too.

For example, a friend who is a traveling hospitalist shared that at each shift, she is often responsible for 20-40 patients, and that despite the fact she wishes she could talk with the patients at the hospital and make the experience as best as she could for them, all she can really do for most of the time is read their charts, type in the most likely hospital orders to help those patients, and use all of her remaining time to focus on protecting the patients who are at the greatest risk of dying.

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Data and Dehumanization

When I was watching Barry’s interview, I realized one of the things that most bothered me about the whole story was the fact that each human being (particularly those who were suffering immensely) had become nothing more than a simple abstract datapoint.

Note: Since I’ve been quite young, one of the things that has always bothered me about behavioral statistics (e.g., how many people can be expected to buy a product, be influenced by a propaganda campaign, or vaccinate) is that these predictions argue against individual human beings within the system having free-will (as their actions are effectively pre-determined by the existing statistics).

As the years have gone by, this has become a bigger and bigger issue because most of the tech industry has morphed into using predictive algorithms to control the behavior of the general population.

This dehumanization, in turn, is not at all unique to the New Zealand data. Rather for decades I’ve come across dataset after dataset which shows something very wrong is going on.

Yet in each case, I notice those responsible for administering the dataset fall prey to the same issue our leaders do, and the humans behind those numbers become abstract qualities that must be treated like variables in an equation to get the optimal outcome and, in turn, the issues that emerge for those human beings get rationalized away by the administrators and quickly are filed away out of sight and out of mind.

To his credit, Barry was one of the rare individuals who rather than dehumanize and intellectualize the data, maintained his ability to remain present to the humanity before him and was tortured by the knowledge of what the numbers he saw represented. This in turn was the key reason why I clipped his interview to present it in this article (as that point was repeatedly highlighted).

Ivan Illich

Ivan Illich (1926-2002) was a gifted polymath who recognized a variety of ills within society and accurately predicted what they would lead to throughout his lifetime and well after his death.

One of Illich’s central beliefs was that the complexity necessary to maintain the smooth functioning of an increasingly technologically advanced society would result in the socialist governments of the world seeking to use every technological means available to more and more micromanage each aspect of society.

Illich argued these (now laughably primitive) technocratic dictatorships were attempting to fulfill a fundamentally impossible task, and because they failed to recognize this, would instead respond to their failures by seeking more and more control over society.

Illich staunchly opposed our countless manipulative institutions and the elaborate mechanisms of control they utilized to force human beings into compliance. He viewed the reality they sought to create as being in direct opposition to human nature.

Instead, Illich believed the ideal form of government followed a more decentralized model that supported or encouraged the natural capacities of each member of society and provided the tools each member needed to succeed (which like many idealists I believe the internet was meant to be a platform for).

This thesis was based upon Illich’s observations of how well members of radically different societies around the world were able to work together, innovate, and become highly successful once they were allowed to do so.

In many ways, I realize we are in precisely the world Illich predicted. In turn, the current movement to micromanage every facet of our lives “with data” is being spearheaded by Silicon Valley. Conversely, anyone who wishes to act independently (e.g., by thinking critically) is actively disparaged as we are all told to “Trust the Science.”

Catastrophic Errors

One of the major issues with the increased sophistication of our society is that due to how interconnected things are now, the ability to a mistake to ripple out into a catastrophic error has greatly increased (e.g., consider Boeing’s recent decision to secretly put a cost-saving AI system into its new 737-MAX aircrafts which overrode the pilots in order to “stabilize the plane” but in numerous cases instead malfunctioned and crashed the plane into the ground).

When you look at these blunders, time and time again, the same pattern emerges — outside observers could have easily seen and corrected the issue, but rather than let the public be involved, those in charge opted to forbid anyone else from being involved in the deliberations (or even seeing the information that was being worked with).

I believe this steadfast refusal comes from the inherent neuroticism that comes with craving power. Until you’ve been in those circles, it’s difficult to understand, but leaders, especially those with underlying insecurities (which has become more and more common as we appoint more and more incompetent people to positions of authority) always want to control as much as they can.

In turn, I would argue the COVID-19 vaccine fiasco (along with our failure to use any of the available safe and effective treatments for COVID-19) exemplifies a critical problem with our current system. If our leaders make a “bad decision” regardless of how catastrophic it is, there is no real feedback system in place to end that decision or prevent additional errors from being made, regardless of how catastrophic that error is.

Note: Another example is how our political system has shifted in tandem with the increasing corruption of the mass media. The current administration has made numerous horrific decisions that previously would have been national scandals, yet in each case, they’ve received a pass from the national media and hence been allowed to continue making those blunders.

Totalitarian States

One of the defining characteristics of the 20th century was that the merger of technology and a sociopathic leadership gave birth to governments around the world (e.g., Hitler’s, Stalin’s and Mao’s) that committed unimaginable horrors the world had never seen before — and which I suspect shaped Illich’s predictions of what would ensure from the increasing technological sophistication of society.

Since we are now seeing Illich’s nightmare being birthed by Big Tech, it is worth considering some of the key traits of those previous totalitarian states which are again emerging in our society:

•New technological innovations (e.g., modern propaganda) made it possible to control and harm people on a scale which had never been possible before.

•The new technology disconnected its controllers from the human beings affected by it, and caused them to view their subjects as abstract data points to be fed into the totalitarian machine

•Because the technology was new, the culture had not yet figured out how to use it in an ethical fashion which avoided significantly harming the citizenry.

•Unaccountable leaders who no one could question (and frequently had a cult of personality around them) achieved absolute power.

Note: While he did not go as far as the 20th century totalitarians, many have pointed out the Fauci had many parallels to these tyrants. For example, despite continuously lying and implementing countless disastrous policies for the country, he was never held accountable for his actions. Furthermore, like many of those dictators he was also worshipped by those who suffered from his actions.https://www.youtube.com/embed/9sJ-d33a-FA?wmode=transparent&rel=0

•Those authoritarians were not selected on merit (e.g., competency in managing the complex gears of society). So, frequently when they exercised their absolute power, they did so in an irrational and destructive manner everyone suffered for.

The Great Leap Forward

A common tactic in the Communist playbook is to eliminate each aspect of society which allows citizens to function independently of the state (e.g., by controlling the supply of the life-essential resources). For this reason, independent farmers are commonly targeted by Communist regimes and forced to submit into entering a state run agricultural enterprise (which in turn makes people more likely to comply with the state as doing so becomes their only way to get fed).

Note: A good case can be made within the United States that the predatory capitalist class (e.g., John Rockefeller) did the same thing here (e.g., by monopolizing the medical industry).

Unfortunately, these efforts are often disastrous. For example, when Stalin targeted the peasantry and collectivized the agricultural system, he crashed its output, which the Soviet Government in turn did not appropriately respond to. Once massive food shortages emerged, the Ukrainians were starved to death, creating an infamous genocide where an estimated 3.5 million to 10 million people died in a horrific fashion (the full extent of which can be read here).

Likewise, when Mao “reformed” China’s (already-working) agricultural system, like many other totalitarians, he was completely disconnected from the human consequences of his actions and in turn instituted a variety of nonsensical policies that failed abjectly. Since no official wanted to admit they were failing to fulfill Mao’s agenda (and hence be executed) they lied about the numbers and concocted a variety of excuses to cover up their mistakes.

One of the “great” ideas that emerged during this period was that four pests needed to be eliminated:

four pests

Sparrows were specifically targeted because they were suspected to be eating China’s grain, and this was used to argue that the sparrows (rather than the government) were playing a pivotal role in creating the food shortages throughout China. In turn, they became public enemy number one:

“Sparrow nests were destroyed, eggs were broken, and chicks were killed. Millions of people organized into groups, and hit noisy pots and pans to prevent sparrows from resting in their nests, with the goal of causing them to drop dead from exhaustion. In addition to these tactics, citizens also simply shot the birds down from the sky. The campaign depleted the sparrow population, pushing it to near extinction within China.

Some sparrows found a refuge in the extraterritorial premises of various diplomatic missions in China.

The personnel of the Polish embassy in Beijing denied the Chinese request of entering the premises of the embassy to scare away the sparrows who were hiding there and as a result the embassy was surrounded by people with drums. After two days of constant drumming, the Poles had to use shovels to clear the embassy of dead sparrows.”

As it turned out, the sparrows actually played a critical ecological role by eating a variety of bugs, so once they died, China was overrun with bed bugs and locusts. The locusts in turn devastated the already fragile Chinese agricultural system leading to the greatest famine in history, where it was estimated between 15 million to 55 million people starved to death and many more suffered permanent complications of this prolonged starvation.

Note: It’s really hard to put into words what it was like to live through this period — the stories you hear from people who survived it will give you nightmares.

If you take a step back, you may notice a shocking number of parallels to what has happened with COVID-19. Unaccountable leaders looked at the data and decided to try nonsensical and unproven ideas which for one reason or another seemed like a good idea to them, which the rest of the political leadership adopted wholeheartedly.

Then, when the public (and honest academics or politicians) protested, rather than listen to those objections, the full force of the state was mobilized against them and the gullible members of the public, much like the Chinese banging pans, ardently advocated for those nonsensical policies as well.

Note: There are many other memorable examples of populations stuck in a mass formation [mass hypnosis] committing completely unbelievable acts.

Since common sense and a rational scientific debate was thrown out the window, this resulted in a variety of secondary ecological consequences of those initial actions which have actually made the situation worse — and most importantly, like the sparrows, were entirely predictable.

For example, beyond being quite dangerous, the COVID vaccines also failed to prevent COVID transmission, promoted the creation of harmful variants and each vaccine made the recipients more likely to catch COVID-19 — something, which like the catastrophic and pointless lockdowns, many tried to warn against from the start.

cleveland clinic

The above study of 51011 people at the Cleveland Clinic for example should have ended the vaccine program, but instead almost a year later, the push for boosters has not at all declined (e.g., consider the previously cited statement from NZ’s government).

As a result, rather than becoming extinct (which is what had originally been predicted for COVID), those who were vaccinated are continuing to come down with the infection again and again and again (something the unvaccinated have been mostly spared from).

Conclusion

In this series, I attempted to illustrate how problematic it is when disconnected leaders who refuse to admit their own mistakes are given absolute power to implement their policies — especially when they are dealing with subjects that are too complex for them to solve on their own.

Technology in turn offers both the opportunity to fix this issue or to make it much worse. On one hand, it has rapidly accelerated the dehumanization our manipulative institutions thrive upon as more and more of us simply become data-points in a chart our leaders callously gloss over. On the other, modern technology has made it possible to rapidly disseminate information across the world and it has become nearly impossible for the government to cover up its audacious lies.

Years ago, I spoke to a Silicon Valley engineer (who was involved in creating many of the systems we still use to this day) and he told me:

“I don’t think the bad guys will ever actually be able to win because at the end of the day, they depend on too many engineers to keep things running, and sooner or later, those engineers will refuse to comply and will stop them in their tracks.”

I feel hopeful this will happen, as engineers and administrators like Barry will inevitably emerge to counteract what these people are doing, even when the rest of the system refuses to hold them accountable.

Note: Consider for a moment that despite the manner in which we handled the pandemic was a complete and utter failure, those responsible have not yet been held accountable while those who were correct (e.g., those promoting early treatment and targeted protection rather than devastating mass lockdowns) are still vilified.

When I began writing, I chose to focus on the long forgotten events of the smallpox vaccine, where an experimental (and the first) vaccine, without evidence to support it was pushed upon the world’s population. It caused severe injuries wherever it went and worsened rather than ended the smallpox epidemics of the time, which understandably made more and more of the public not want to vaccinate.

However, rather than change course, governments around the world covered up the injuries and attributed the increasing smallpox outbreaks to insufficient vaccination (or boosting), and before long instituted harsher and harsher mandates to force the “non-compliant” populace to vaccinate.

More and more mass protests broke out, and eventually, this hit a breaking point where a historically unprecedented protest led to a city’s government being replaced with a pro-choice government. That government ended the mandates, and before long ended smallpox as well (despite the medical profession insisting the opposite would happen).

I’ve repeatedly share the smallpox story (discussed in more detail here) because not only is the smallpox vaccine’s “success” the fiction much of modern vaccination is based upon, but also because that saga shows how deeply ingrained this callous authoritarianism (which refuses to listen to reality) is engrained within the public health apparatus.

However, what I feel is the most important about this story is the time factor involved. In the case of smallpox, it took almost a century for the public to turn against the smallpox vaccine and end the program, yet with COVID, due to the ease with which information disseminates, in less than three years, despite the most audacious campaign in history being used to force it on the world, most of the world has completely rejected the COVID vaccines.

I thank each of your for you for the work you have done to help bring this global change around at such a fast pace. As the years move forward, we will face more and more attempts by the technological ruling class to turn us into bits of data they can control from a central algorithm, and to prevent this, it will be critical for us to all work together in the decentralized, humanistic and cooperative fashion Illich envisioned.

A Note From Dr. Mercola About the Author

A Midwestern Doctor (AMD) is a board-certified physician in the Midwest and a longtime reader of Mercola.com. I appreciate his exceptional insight on a wide range of topics and I’m grateful to share them. I also respect his desire to remain anonymous as he is still on the front lines treating patients. To find more of AMD’s work, be sure to check out The Forgotten Side of Medicine on Substack.


Data and Dehumanization in the Modern Era

Analysis by A Midwestern Doctor

  • December 16, 2023

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STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Data has the potential to make the world a better place by showing us which ideas work and which should be avoided. However, data often fails to live up to its promise because data that threatens a prevailing interest is prevented from seeing the light of day — something we have seen throughout COVID-19
  • Recently, a brave whistleblower in New Zealand (who is now facing years in prison) leaked millions of anonymized health records showing the COVID vaccine was causing a large number of deaths
  • When interviewed, he stated his reason for leaking was because he was continually haunted by the human suffering he could feel within the numbers he stared at each day. This lies in contrast to the sadly frequent human tendency to see those large datasets as abstract concepts where the observer is separated from the human consequences of those numbers
  • Many of the worst regimes in history (aided by newfound technologies) treated their citizens as simply being abstract data points and cogs in the regime’s totalitarian vision. This led to a variety of horrific atrocities which mirror much of what we are now seeing within the modern technocratic age

Over the last two weeks, I put together a series to highlight how time and time again the government has rushed an unsafe and experimental vaccine to market despite its own scientists warning it not to, and then as the injuries piled up, done nothing until the media exposed what was happening and forced the government to pull it.

This was done to illustrate that there is in fact a longstanding precedent for the “health authorities” to do whatever they can to cover up the evidence those injuries are happening, even when doing so becomes a direct violation of their charter (to protect the public good and save lives).

Since this has repeatedly happened (often with disastrous consequences), one would think that it might cause the government to reconsider the wisdom of rushing “emergency” vaccines to market. However, instead, the “lesson” they learned was how critical it was to ensure the media would not expose what was happening. In turn, over the last 25 years, we’ve seen a variety of changes occur to prevent the public from becoming aware of a bad vaccine such as:

•Allowing the pharmaceutical industry to become the primary advertiser for the mass media and then financially blackmail the networks into not airing any coverage critical of the pharmaceutical industry or its products.

Note: This has also come to apply to the other media platforms.

•Coming up with reason after reason to restrict the public’s access to the data used to claim a product is “safe and effective,” and instead have us be expected to take that pronouncement on faith. This goes hand in hand with data being viewed as our salvation, but no one ever questioning why we only see the data that supports the existing narrative.

•Gradually removing the protections afforded to whistleblowers who tried to expose these misdeeds.

Note: This tactic was pioneered by the military. For example, the Vietnam War was largely ended by analyst Daniel Ellsberg leaking the Pentagon Papers (for which Ellsberg was criminally charged but ultimately faced no consequences).

When Wikileaks did the same a few decades later, both the leaker (Manning) and the journalist who published the information (Assange) were sent to prison — with Assange still serving his sentence. Likewise, another prominent leaker, Edward Snowden, had to flee to Russia to protect himself from being imprisoned after he revealed information he believed to be critical for the public good.

However, despite it being quite challenging to be a whistleblower (e.g., most lose their livelihoods and families), people still do it. The following brief video provides one of the best explanations for why a minority of the population always exists to take on that immense risk to do the right thing:https://rumble.com/embed/v20okmo/?pub=4Video Link

Note: I chose to include Peter Gøtzche’s talk in this article because it provides important context for Barry Young’s actions.

Barry Young

Barry Young found himself in a challenging situation. Because of a job he was contracted for, he had gained access to a database which clearly proved the COVID vaccines were killing people. In turn, he had to wrestle with the decision of whether he wanted to stay silent and be directly complicit in those deaths or publicize the data and be severely punished for doing so.

He eventually chose to leak it and gave an interview to accompany that leak. After watching that interview, I realized it touched on quite a few critical points so I edited and trimmed it down to an 8 minute version which highlighted those points.https://rumble.com/embed/v3x6sh5/?pub=4Video Link

This interview aired on November 28, and on November 30, Steve Kirsch released his data. Two days later (December 2nd) police surrounded Barry’s house and arrested him. The next day, he was formally arraigned in court and charged with accessing a computer system for dishonest purposes, which carries a maximum penalty of seven years in prison.

Note: In addition to the potential prison sentence, Barry Young is also almost certainly permanently blacklisted from being hired again.

barry young

Note: The journalist in the previous video who helped Young break this story has gone into hiding. For those interested in supporting the legal defense, more information can be found here.

In response to all of this, NZ’s government chose the only option available to them. They did their best to censor Barry’s data (which is essentially futile at this point), discredit his conclusions (by claiming he was not qualified to analyze it), double down on the safety of their vaccines, attack anyone for scaring the public into not vaccinating and lament the epidemic of disinformation and “conspiracy theorists”:

“Apa [the CEO of NZ’s national health service] said misinformation about vaccines was particularly concerning at a time when Covid-19 cases were high. Rates are going up, we are seeing hospitalisations so we really want to keep promoting to New Zealanders who are eligible for Covid boosters to get them.”

Note: I feel responses like this have a limited shelf life, given that they disprove themselves (if the cases are high, then that means the vaccines most of the country already took don’t work) and because the public has largely lost the will to vaccinate (evidenced by the lower and lower booster uptake around the world — including within New Zealand).

Likewise, they made sure to find a victim in this story:

“The man facing charges had worked in a small team of specialised people who were “incredibly devastated” by what happened.”

Note: Remember that each of those “devastated” people saw the same data Barry did but did nothing.

Another memorable quote inadvertently highlights the government’s choice to willfully disregard the data showing it was harming its citizens:

“New Zealanders give their health information to Te Whatu Ora [NZ’s national public health service] in order to make sure that they are cared for appropriately. When it is used for another purpose and that purpose is vexatious, then that is of course of concern,” opposition health spokesperson Ayesha Verrall said.

However, in my eyes the most important quote is this one:

“The data seemed to be “large amounts of vaccine-related information” and appeared to have been anonymised, Apa said. Analysis was continuing, but so far no NHI numbers or personally identifiable information was believed to have been released.”

One of the most common excuses government’s around the world have used to avoid releasing data on the COVID vaccinations is that they don’t want to violate people’s medical privacy, and that this right to medical privacy must be protected under all circumstances.

Note: One of the best illustrations of the insincerity of this statement is the fact that tech companies are often given a blank check to data mine millions of health records.

Prior to the data being released to researchers, Barry made a point to anonymize the data by giving each person a random medical record number and then randomizing the order of each remaining field in the data set. This maintained the database’s statistics (e.g., the average time from vaccination to death, the average mortality for each age group, and the timing of when the deaths occurred) but prevented the individual entries from being linked to a specific person.

This in turn shielded him (or anyone else using the data) from the accusation they were endangering medical privacy and simultaneously negated the longstanding governmental argument these datasets cannot be anonymized and hence cannot be made available to outside scrutiny.

At the same time, it also initially confused a lot of people because that randomization created a few “impossible” events (e.g., someone getting their “first” dose of the COVID vaccine twice with two different vaccines).

Note: In the week before this story broke, I spent a lot of time verifying that the anonymized database did in fact maintain the critical statistics present in the original database. Recently, Norman Fenton (who is more qualified than I am to evaluate these matters) likewise issued a statement affirming the validity of this approach.

Dehumanization

While some humans are malevolent beings who wish for evil, I do not believe most people desire to harm others. Rather, I’ve come to believe that the two most common causes of “evil” are:

1.Lacking the courage to oppose something you know is wrong — This, in turn, is often followed by willfully closing one’s eyes to seeing the evidence something bad is happening (as that reduces the psychological discomfort of being a complicit party in what’s happening).

Note: For this reason, I make a point to never turn a blind eye to things I think are wrong even if I know I am powerless to change them. For example, I feel that what factory farming does to animals is horrifically cruel, so to at least “keep my eyes open,” I will never eat meat that comes from those sources.

2.No longer seeing the victimized party as individual living human beings.

Dehumanization is commonly recognized in the context of hate where one groups that hates another will often see that group as less than human and hence acceptable to treat in an inhumane fashion (e.g., murdering them).

However, I believe it also simply occurs when people’s humanistic processing capacity is overloaded — something that sadly occurs quite frequently in the modern age.

A variety of studies have suggested that (most) human beings have a limited ability to be present to the lives of others which seems to cap out at approximately 150 people. For this reason, a variety of human institutions operate very differently depending on how many people are within them.

For example, in smaller societies like a village (where everyone knows everyone else) democracies work quite well, while in larger ones (where its no longer possible for everyone to be present to everyone else) abstract frameworks inevitably come into being that take the place of human connection and integration.

Note: I believe some individuals have the ability to be present to a much broader view of what is happening around them and how people are affected by their actions. Historically, these people have been known to be the best leaders.

Unfortunately, in our current times, these qualities are rarely seen in our leaders as the political process no longer selects for it and the spiritual practices that cultivate the ability to bear witness to the suffering of many are no longer widely encouraged within our society.

One of the most common consequences of this is that when people rise to power, the people they serve switch from being human being to abstract concepts. In turn, policies are chosen which favor the collective rather than the individual and a collective mentality or “mass formation” (which can be quite sociopathic) often takes over that leadership and their focus becomes fulfilling that ideology above all else.

This in turn often leads to one who is not overtly evil can rationalize implementing policies which are clearly sociopathic — particularly if they are disconnected from the human beings harmed their policies.

For example, one of the most well-known critics of the vaccine safety movement recently tweeted something I believe is emblematic of this mentality:

The Nirvana fallacy (that as nothing will work 100% of the time, anything having less than a 100% efficacy is not a valid reason to dismiss it) is agreeable on the surface.

However, it quickly becomes used to rationalize very unsafe and ineffective therapies (e.g., Gorski’s career was based around giving patients chemotherapy) and view the collateral damage is acceptable because the overall outcome is “better.” For example, consider the recently discussed WHO bulletin about vaccine injuries which stated:

“At a population level, it is considered that these small risks are balanced by the benefits of widespread population immunization. However this means that an individual occasionally bears a significant burden for the benefit provided to the rest of the population.”

Note: One of the major issues in medicine is that the human connection which used to exist in the doctor-patient-relationship has been eroded by the corporatization of medicine.

Instead to “make healthcare more efficient” much of healthcare has become an assembly line where the doctors who ultimately make the decisions for each patients spend less and less time with them, and that task in instead delegated to other healthcare workers who do not have the authority stop a therapy they can see is clearly harming a patient. Furthermore, even if the doctor wants to do the right thing, within this system they are often helpless too.

For example, a friend who is a traveling hospitalist shared that at each shift, she is often responsible for 20-40 patients, and that despite the fact she wishes she could talk with the patients at the hospital and make the experience as best as she could for them, all she can really do for most of the time is read their charts, type in the most likely hospital orders to help those patients, and use all of her remaining time to focus on protecting the patients who are at the greatest risk of dying.

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Data and Dehumanization

When I was watching Barry’s interview, I realized one of the things that most bothered me about the whole story was the fact that each human being (particularly those who were suffering immensely) had become nothing more than a simple abstract datapoint.

Note: Since I’ve been quite young, one of the things that has always bothered me about behavioral statistics (e.g., how many people can be expected to buy a product, be influenced by a propaganda campaign, or vaccinate) is that these predictions argue against individual human beings within the system having free-will (as their actions are effectively pre-determined by the existing statistics).

As the years have gone by, this has become a bigger and bigger issue because most of the tech industry has morphed into using predictive algorithms to control the behavior of the general population.

This dehumanization, in turn, is not at all unique to the New Zealand data. Rather for decades I’ve come across dataset after dataset which shows something very wrong is going on.

Yet in each case, I notice those responsible for administering the dataset fall prey to the same issue our leaders do, and the humans behind those numbers become abstract qualities that must be treated like variables in an equation to get the optimal outcome and, in turn, the issues that emerge for those human beings get rationalized away by the administrators and quickly are filed away out of sight and out of mind.

To his credit, Barry was one of the rare individuals who rather than dehumanize and intellectualize the data, maintained his ability to remain present to the humanity before him and was tortured by the knowledge of what the numbers he saw represented. This in turn was the key reason why I clipped his interview to present it in this article (as that point was repeatedly highlighted).

Ivan Illich

Ivan Illich (1926-2002) was a gifted polymath who recognized a variety of ills within society and accurately predicted what they would lead to throughout his lifetime and well after his death.

One of Illich’s central beliefs was that the complexity necessary to maintain the smooth functioning of an increasingly technologically advanced society would result in the socialist governments of the world seeking to use every technological means available to more and more micromanage each aspect of society.

Illich argued these (now laughably primitive) technocratic dictatorships were attempting to fulfill a fundamentally impossible task, and because they failed to recognize this, would instead respond to their failures by seeking more and more control over society.

Illich staunchly opposed our countless manipulative institutions and the elaborate mechanisms of control they utilized to force human beings into compliance. He viewed the reality they sought to create as being in direct opposition to human nature.

Instead, Illich believed the ideal form of government followed a more decentralized model that supported or encouraged the natural capacities of each member of society and provided the tools each member needed to succeed (which like many idealists I believe the internet was meant to be a platform for).

This thesis was based upon Illich’s observations of how well members of radically different societies around the world were able to work together, innovate, and become highly successful once they were allowed to do so.

In many ways, I realize we are in precisely the world Illich predicted. In turn, the current movement to micromanage every facet of our lives “with data” is being spearheaded by Silicon Valley. Conversely, anyone who wishes to act independently (e.g., by thinking critically) is actively disparaged as we are all told to “Trust the Science.”

Catastrophic Errors

One of the major issues with the increased sophistication of our society is that due to how interconnected things are now, the ability to a mistake to ripple out into a catastrophic error has greatly increased (e.g., consider Boeing’s recent decision to secretly put a cost-saving AI system into its new 737-MAX aircrafts which overrode the pilots in order to “stabilize the plane” but in numerous cases instead malfunctioned and crashed the plane into the ground).

When you look at these blunders, time and time again, the same pattern emerges — outside observers could have easily seen and corrected the issue, but rather than let the public be involved, those in charge opted to forbid anyone else from being involved in the deliberations (or even seeing the information that was being worked with).

I believe this steadfast refusal comes from the inherent neuroticism that comes with craving power. Until you’ve been in those circles, it’s difficult to understand, but leaders, especially those with underlying insecurities (which has become more and more common as we appoint more and more incompetent people to positions of authority) always want to control as much as they can.

In turn, I would argue the COVID-19 vaccine fiasco (along with our failure to use any of the available safe and effective treatments for COVID-19) exemplifies a critical problem with our current system. If our leaders make a “bad decision” regardless of how catastrophic it is, there is no real feedback system in place to end that decision or prevent additional errors from being made, regardless of how catastrophic that error is.

Note: Another example is how our political system has shifted in tandem with the increasing corruption of the mass media. The current administration has made numerous horrific decisions that previously would have been national scandals, yet in each case, they’ve received a pass from the national media and hence been allowed to continue making those blunders.

Totalitarian States

One of the defining characteristics of the 20th century was that the merger of technology and a sociopathic leadership gave birth to governments around the world (e.g., Hitler’s, Stalin’s and Mao’s) that committed unimaginable horrors the world had never seen before — and which I suspect shaped Illich’s predictions of what would ensure from the increasing technological sophistication of society.

Since we are now seeing Illich’s nightmare being birthed by Big Tech, it is worth considering some of the key traits of those previous totalitarian states which are again emerging in our society:

•New technological innovations (e.g., modern propaganda) made it possible to control and harm people on a scale which had never been possible before.

•The new technology disconnected its controllers from the human beings affected by it, and caused them to view their subjects as abstract data points to be fed into the totalitarian machine

•Because the technology was new, the culture had not yet figured out how to use it in an ethical fashion which avoided significantly harming the citizenry.

•Unaccountable leaders who no one could question (and frequently had a cult of personality around them) achieved absolute power.

Note: While he did not go as far as the 20th century totalitarians, many have pointed out the Fauci had many parallels to these tyrants. For example, despite continuously lying and implementing countless disastrous policies for the country, he was never held accountable for his actions. Furthermore, like many of those dictators he was also worshipped by those who suffered from his actions.https://www.youtube.com/embed/9sJ-d33a-FA?wmode=transparent&rel=0

•Those authoritarians were not selected on merit (e.g., competency in managing the complex gears of society). So, frequently when they exercised their absolute power, they did so in an irrational and destructive manner everyone suffered for.

The Great Leap Forward

A common tactic in the Communist playbook is to eliminate each aspect of society which allows citizens to function independently of the state (e.g., by controlling the supply of the life-essential resources). For this reason, independent farmers are commonly targeted by Communist regimes and forced to submit into entering a state run agricultural enterprise (which in turn makes people more likely to comply with the state as doing so becomes their only way to get fed).

Note: A good case can be made within the United States that the predatory capitalist class (e.g., John Rockefeller) did the same thing here (e.g., by monopolizing the medical industry).

Unfortunately, these efforts are often disastrous. For example, when Stalin targeted the peasantry and collectivized the agricultural system, he crashed its output, which the Soviet Government in turn did not appropriately respond to. Once massive food shortages emerged, the Ukrainians were starved to death, creating an infamous genocide where an estimated 3.5 million to 10 million people died in a horrific fashion (the full extent of which can be read here).

Likewise, when Mao “reformed” China’s (already-working) agricultural system, like many other totalitarians, he was completely disconnected from the human consequences of his actions and in turn instituted a variety of nonsensical policies that failed abjectly. Since no official wanted to admit they were failing to fulfill Mao’s agenda (and hence be executed) they lied about the numbers and concocted a variety of excuses to cover up their mistakes.

One of the “great” ideas that emerged during this period was that four pests needed to be eliminated:

four pests

Sparrows were specifically targeted because they were suspected to be eating China’s grain, and this was used to argue that the sparrows (rather than the government) were playing a pivotal role in creating the food shortages throughout China. In turn, they became public enemy number one:

“Sparrow nests were destroyed, eggs were broken, and chicks were killed. Millions of people organized into groups, and hit noisy pots and pans to prevent sparrows from resting in their nests, with the goal of causing them to drop dead from exhaustion. In addition to these tactics, citizens also simply shot the birds down from the sky. The campaign depleted the sparrow population, pushing it to near extinction within China.

Some sparrows found a refuge in the extraterritorial premises of various diplomatic missions in China.

The personnel of the Polish embassy in Beijing denied the Chinese request of entering the premises of the embassy to scare away the sparrows who were hiding there and as a result the embassy was surrounded by people with drums. After two days of constant drumming, the Poles had to use shovels to clear the embassy of dead sparrows.”

As it turned out, the sparrows actually played a critical ecological role by eating a variety of bugs, so once they died, China was overrun with bed bugs and locusts. The locusts in turn devastated the already fragile Chinese agricultural system leading to the greatest famine in history, where it was estimated between 15 million to 55 million people starved to death and many more suffered permanent complications of this prolonged starvation.

Note: It’s really hard to put into words what it was like to live through this period — the stories you hear from people who survived it will give you nightmares.

If you take a step back, you may notice a shocking number of parallels to what has happened with COVID-19. Unaccountable leaders looked at the data and decided to try nonsensical and unproven ideas which for one reason or another seemed like a good idea to them, which the rest of the political leadership adopted wholeheartedly.

Then, when the public (and honest academics or politicians) protested, rather than listen to those objections, the full force of the state was mobilized against them and the gullible members of the public, much like the Chinese banging pans, ardently advocated for those nonsensical policies as well.

Note: There are many other memorable examples of populations stuck in a mass formation [mass hypnosis] committing completely unbelievable acts.

Since common sense and a rational scientific debate was thrown out the window, this resulted in a variety of secondary ecological consequences of those initial actions which have actually made the situation worse — and most importantly, like the sparrows, were entirely predictable.

For example, beyond being quite dangerous, the COVID vaccines also failed to prevent COVID transmission, promoted the creation of harmful variants and each vaccine made the recipients more likely to catch COVID-19 — something, which like the catastrophic and pointless lockdowns, many tried to warn against from the start.

cleveland clinic

The above study of 51011 people at the Cleveland Clinic for example should have ended the vaccine program, but instead almost a year later, the push for boosters has not at all declined (e.g., consider the previously cited statement from NZ’s government).

As a result, rather than becoming extinct (which is what had originally been predicted for COVID), those who were vaccinated are continuing to come down with the infection again and again and again (something the unvaccinated have been mostly spared from).

Conclusion

In this series, I attempted to illustrate how problematic it is when disconnected leaders who refuse to admit their own mistakes are given absolute power to implement their policies — especially when they are dealing with subjects that are too complex for them to solve on their own.

Technology in turn offers both the opportunity to fix this issue or to make it much worse. On one hand, it has rapidly accelerated the dehumanization our manipulative institutions thrive upon as more and more of us simply become data-points in a chart our leaders callously gloss over. On the other, modern technology has made it possible to rapidly disseminate information across the world and it has become nearly impossible for the government to cover up its audacious lies.

Years ago, I spoke to a Silicon Valley engineer (who was involved in creating many of the systems we still use to this day) and he told me:

“I don’t think the bad guys will ever actually be able to win because at the end of the day, they depend on too many engineers to keep things running, and sooner or later, those engineers will refuse to comply and will stop them in their tracks.”

I feel hopeful this will happen, as engineers and administrators like Barry will inevitably emerge to counteract what these people are doing, even when the rest of the system refuses to hold them accountable.

Note: Consider for a moment that despite the manner in which we handled the pandemic was a complete and utter failure, those responsible have not yet been held accountable while those who were correct (e.g., those promoting early treatment and targeted protection rather than devastating mass lockdowns) are still vilified.

When I began writing, I chose to focus on the long forgotten events of the smallpox vaccine, where an experimental (and the first) vaccine, without evidence to support it was pushed upon the world’s population. It caused severe injuries wherever it went and worsened rather than ended the smallpox epidemics of the time, which understandably made more and more of the public not want to vaccinate.

However, rather than change course, governments around the world covered up the injuries and attributed the increasing smallpox outbreaks to insufficient vaccination (or boosting), and before long instituted harsher and harsher mandates to force the “non-compliant” populace to vaccinate.

More and more mass protests broke out, and eventually, this hit a breaking point where a historically unprecedented protest led to a city’s government being replaced with a pro-choice government. That government ended the mandates, and before long ended smallpox as well (despite the medical profession insisting the opposite would happen).

I’ve repeatedly share the smallpox story (discussed in more detail here) because not only is the smallpox vaccine’s “success” the fiction much of modern vaccination is based upon, but also because that saga shows how deeply ingrained this callous authoritarianism (which refuses to listen to reality) is engrained within the public health apparatus.

However, what I feel is the most important about this story is the time factor involved. In the case of smallpox, it took almost a century for the public to turn against the smallpox vaccine and end the program, yet with COVID, due to the ease with which information disseminates, in less than three years, despite the most audacious campaign in history being used to force it on the world, most of the world has completely rejected the COVID vaccines.

I thank each of your for you for the work you have done to help bring this global change around at such a fast pace. As the years move forward, we will face more and more attempts by the technological ruling class to turn us into bits of data they can control from a central algorithm, and to prevent this, it will be critical for us to all work together in the decentralized, humanistic and cooperative fashion Illich envisioned.

The darkest aspect for me is fear mongering, the Universe (aka: Satanic influence) has now entered our reality here on Earth and has been "running the show" for some time now. A serious matter because  from WITHIN each end every individual who finds themselves focusing on CHAOTIC CONTROL and destruction of others through fear suffers. "Ordo Ab Chaos" and not by accident. (Illuminati/Masonic phrase

A Primer on Medical Gaslighting

The relative frequency of all sympathetic streams is in the ratio 3:6:9.”

Those whose relative frequencies are 3:9 are mutually attractive, while those having the relation of 6:9 are mutually repellant.”

John Keely wrote that the vibrations of “thirds, sixths, and ninths, were extraordinarily powerful.” In fact, he proved the “vibratory antagonistic thirds was thousands of times more forceful in separating hydrogen from oxygen in water than heat.” In his “Formula of Aqueous Disintegration” he wrote that, “molecular dissociation or disintegration of both simple and compoundelements, whether gaseous or solid, a stream of vibratory antagonistic thirds, sixths, or ninths, on their chord mass will compel progressive subdivisions. In the disintegration of water the instrument is set on thirds, sixths, and ninths, to get the best effects.”

Light & Heat

“Light and heat, considered theoretically, belong to the highest orders of the phenomenal. They can only be accounted for by the velocity of sympathetic streams, as interchangeable to and from centers of negative and attractive focalization. In considering the velocity of vibration, as associated with the projection of a ray of light, to be at least one hundred thousand billions per second, it is easy to account for the origin and demonstration of these two elements by the action of celestial sympathetic streams. 1st. Light and heat are not evolved until the force of the vibratory sympathetic stream from the neutral center of the sun comes into atomic percussive action as against the molecular atmosphere or envelope of our planet. It is so with all others that are perceptible to our senses. The visibility of the planets can only be accounted for in this way, some in a great degree, some in less”.

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Keely has written three treaties to explain his system, the titles of which are as follows:_

  • Theoretical Expose or Philosophical Analysis of Vibro-Molecular, Vibro-Atomic, and SympatheticVibro-etheric forces, as applied to induce Mechanical Rotation by Negative Sympathetic Attraction.
  • Explanatory Analysis of Vibro-Acoustic Mechanism in all its Different Groupings or Combinations to induce Propulsionand Attraction (sympathetically) by the Power of Sound-Force, as also the Different Conditions of Intensity, both Positive and Negative, on the Progressive Octaves to Ozonic Liberation and Luminosity.
  • The Determining Principle of Matter, or the Connective Linkbetween the Finite and the Infinite, Progressively considered from the Crude Molecular to the Compound Inter-Etheric, showing the control of Spirit over Matter in all the Variations of Mass-Chords and Molecular groupings, both Physical and Mechanical.

COMPARING TESLA & KEELY
Even should Nikola Tesla succeed in drawing power from space, on his own line of research, his position would still be remote from all the conditions governing magnetic and electric phenomena in the sympathetic field, where Keely has solved the problem of navigation of the air. Keely calls this realm he inter-etheric or celestial, in contradistinction to the terrestrial or interatomic realm, which Nikola Tesla is researching. The terrestrial sympathetic forces-are subservient to the celestial sympathetic. Nikola Tesla stands as it were on the bridge which connects the primary two-thirds of the electric stream – the subdominant current with the dominant. Even should he hook on to the dominant, he would still be subserved to the terrestrial neutral; far in the rear of sympathetic union to radiating celestial outreach, the connecting link of which exists in the interluminous, and remote from all the conditions that govern electricity Therefore Nikola Tesla is wrong when he says that “electric phenomena and ether phenomena are identical;” nor will he arrive at a true conclusion, as to the relation or association of the two, until he has brought about an alternation of that intensity which induces light visible to the eye. Even then he will not have reached the compound inter-etheric – the border line to the introductory luminous.

Analysis by A Midwestern Doctor

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medical gaslighting

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • The medical industry has a vested interest in concealing injuries from its products
  • A cruel but common method for accomplishing this is medical gaslighting
  • Two of the most common diagnoses use to gaslight patients severely injured by the COVID-19 vaccines are “anxiety” and “functional neurologic disorder”
  • Most doctors do not intend to gaslight their patients, but this behavior is an almost inevitable consequence of of their training and the modern practice of medicine. A patient understanding their perspective helps make it possible for doctors to see that patient’s medical injuries

One of the classic ways an abuser controls their prey is to manipulate the environment so that the abused individual begins doubting their own observations regardless of what is occurring in front of them.

In the 1944 movie, Gaslight, this was accomplished by the villainous husband (played by Charles Boyer) adjusting the intake to gas-powered lights (causing them to flicker) and simultaneously denying that any change was occurring to his mentally abused wife (played by Ingrid Bergman). The term gaslighting originated from this classic movie.

In modern times, this is accomplished by having medical providers all echo the same message that a patient’s injury has nothing to do with the pharmaceutical (or other medical procedure in question). Most commonly, it instead is argued that the symptoms they are experiencing are due to pre-existing psychiatric issues the patient has (e.g., anxiety), which are treated with medications that often create additional issues.

Before we go any further, I want to emphasize just how miserable this is to go through as an injured patient. Imagine what it would be like if (due to the medical injury) the world you had previously known collapsed around you and every single person you trusted (including your friends and family who defer to the judgment of “experts”) told you that it was all in your head and you just needed psychiatric help. It’s a perfect recipe for going insane.

For example, let’s consider the recent experiences of Maddie De Garay in the pivotal Pfizer trial that was used to argue for the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines in the adolescent population:

Note: This was clipped from episode 280 of the Highwire which we shortened (e.g., much of what she had to deal with in the hospital was cut out) so her story could reach a broader audience.

Although Maddie’s experience was atrocious, it was sadly not unique and many others had similar experiences in the COVID-19 vaccine trials. Similarly, I have heard many similar stories from other people who were harmed by the medical system.

Pharmaceuticals are inherently toxic. For example, most medications work by inhibiting enzymes (which are essential for life) and because of how interconnected the body is, this inhibition will create a variety of unintended consequences.

Similarly, most vaccinations function by making the immune system (often with the aid of toxins that help provoke that response) have an unnatural and narrowly focused response to a target substance.

The creation of this immune response unfortunately also often creates dysregulation within the immune system as this provocation can cause the immune system to be diverted away from attacking things it is supposed to address (e.g., microbes and cancers), while simultaneously triggering it to attack the body’s own tissue.

Since toxicity has always been inherent to the practice of allopathic (Western) medicine, the profession has gradually come up with a playbook to prevent its inevitable medical injuries from sabotaging business. This has essentially been accomplished by doing the following:

•Telling patients the adverse events they experienced either are not occurring or are unrelated to the toxic pharmaceutical.

•Developing an elaborate scientific apparatus that provides evidence refuting the link between these injuries and pharmaceuticals on the market, while concurrently training the population to defer to the scientific consensus rather than trusting their own observations.

•Making competing forms of medicine that lack a similar degree of inherent toxicity illegal, therefore making the only choice within the existing medical monopoly be a toxic form of medicine (similarly consider how allopathic medicine is always considered to be the best form of medicine every other approach must find a way to measure up to).

This is also why we have the doctrine in allopathic medicine that every treatment has risks and the treatments are chosen because its benefits outweigh its risk (as opposed to just exploring systems of medicine without those risks).

All of this in turn results in the tragic phenomenon known as medical gaslighting, or as some like to put it “allopathic medicine gaslights you to death.”

Why Can’t Doctors Diagnose Medical Injuries

I have found numerous documented examples of medical gaslighting stretching back to the late 1700s and in each case, typically only a minority of the medical profession is willing to acknowledge the injuries that are occurring could be linked to their pharmaceuticals.

At the same time, it’s rare for me to meet doctors I consider to be evil; on the contrary, most tend to be remarkably intelligent and well-intentioned individuals who genuinely want the best for their patients.

At this point, I believe medical gaslighting is a natural consequence of our training. Since the therapeutic toolbox of allopathic medicine is quite limited, most doctors cannot practice their craft without administering unsafe pharmaceuticals to their patients, and thus for the sake of their self-identity, they must fully believe in their pharmaceuticals (this subject was discussed further here).

It is an enormous personal investment to become a physician and it is extremely difficult for someone who goes through that to acknowledge that much of what they learned is highly questionable.

Similarly, no well-intentioned doctor wants to harm a patient, and since they often do, the reflexive psychological coping mechanism is to deny the possibility of each injury that occurs (discussed further here).

This first dawned on me at the start of my medical education when one of our professors inserted a tirade against anti-vaxxers into his lecture and concluded his argument with “… and just think about it. Do you really think pediatricians would vaccinate their patients if they thought vaccines could harm them?”

Although widespread denial of the harms that Allopathy causes likely explains some of my profession’s predilection for gaslighting, I do not believe it is the primary issue. Instead, I believe it is a result of the training doctors receive making them unable to recognize medical injuries.

The Origins of Medical Blindness

Because the human body is immensely complex, humans in every era face significant difficulties in being present to everything that is occurring within a human being. Most medical systems address this challenge by creating diagnostic models which simplify the immense complexity present in each patient down to the key things that must be focused upon to positively affect patient wellbeing.

The downside to this approach is that there will always be things in each patient that lie outside the diagnostic model being used to evaluate them. When this happens, those things understandably will not be recognized (unless the medical practitioner innately can perceive a complexity that transcends the limitations of their diagnostic model, something the majority of the population is not capable of).

In the case of allopathic medicine, we are taught a diagnostic model that is excellent for identifying many things (particularly indications for prescribing pharmaceutical drugs). However, our model also fails to notice many other things which are critical for health and wellness.

For example, much of medicine is taught by having a series of lists to memorize that are plugged into linear algorithms. Because this requires breaking many complex subjects into a binary “yes” or “no,” many important things that lie between these two polarities get lost in translation.

This is the easiest to illustrate with the nervous system (but the issue is by no means exclusive to it). When evaluating it, one of the things we are all taught to do is quickly check if the twelve cranial nerves are functioning normally (e.g., can you swallow, make a smile, or follow a finger with your eyes).

Frequently, although the cranial nerves are “generally normal” they will have some difficulty firing (e.g., at some point in the motion arc as the eyes travel side to side, they will jump instead of moving smoothly). These “minor” deficits often have a significant impact on a patient’s quality of life, but in most cases (except when evaluated by certain neurologists or neurosurgeons), the function of those nerves will be noted as normal and ignored.

One of the most common signs of a vaccine injury is a subtle cranial nerve dysfunction (discussed further here). While these are very easy to recognize if you are trained to look for them, that training does not exist within allopathic medicine, and as a result, most physicians simply cannot see the large number of vaccine injuries occurring around them.

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Simplifying Illness

The cranial nerve example unfortunately is only one of many areas where a complex presentation of symptoms is simplified into a box that excludes an inconvenient diagnosis from ever being recognized. Another common way this boxing occurs is when an authoritative diagnosis is used to define a complex phenomenon without actually stating what it is.

For example, many disorders in medicine are simply symptoms written in Latin. Dermatitis quite literally translates to “inflammation of the skin,” and in most cases is simply treated with a cream that suppresses that inflammation.

Conversely, in many other medical systems, inflammation of the skin is recognized as an important sign of something being awry in the body, and the exact character and location of the inflammation are focused upon to identify and address the root cause of that inflammation (to some extent this is recognized in dermatology, but even there it occurs nowhere to the degree that it should).

Similarly, “migraine” headaches, although not exactly Latin, falls into a similar boat. While many things can cause migraines (e.g., they are very frequent after COVID-19 vaccine injuries) their cause is rarely focused upon, and instead, the standard medical approach is to throw pharmaceuticals at them until something improves the headache.

In my medical practice, I frequently treat migraines. In these patients, I find over and over that they have seen numerous doctors (including highly regarded specialists). Despite this, it is very rare anyone they saw was able to recognize the diagnostic signs or aspects of their history that point to the root actual cause of their headaches, and thus, not surprising that they will simply be prescribed more and more medications in the hope one will work.

Framing the Iatrogenic Debate

Iatrogenesis is the term for any type of illness or medical complication resulting from a bad reaction to medical care (e.g., a complication from a surgery or a pharmaceutical). A common pattern I’ve observed for decades is everyone denying a particular iatrogenic complication exists (e.g., “there is no evidence”), and then once overwhelming evidence exists that it does, it will be acknowledged.

Once this happens, the harm from the drug will be reframed so that only the accepted harm can be bad and an underlying assumption is created that nothing else is a possible complication.

For example, fluoroquinolones (e.g., Cipro) are fairly toxic antibiotics that can severely harm people and are frequently given for many minor infections (e.g., urinary tract infections) where their corresponding toxicity is simply not justified.

In medical school, everyone learns that a tendon rupture (something unique and hard to ignore) is a side effect of these drugs, and as a result, when doctors evaluate for harms, they will look for that but not be able to recognize most of the other well-documented complications from them.

My favorite recent example of this reframing occurred with the J&J COVID-19 vaccine. At the start of Operation Warp Speed, I hypothesized that a major goal was to get mRNA technology onto the market since it held the promise of trillions of dollars in future revenue for the pharmaceutical industry (but since there were safety challenges with it, nothing short of an “emergency” would be able to break the barrier to human testing).

Because of this, I suspected that once vaccine safety concerns emerged, a non-mRNA COVID-19 vaccine would be thrown under the bus to make the mRNA technology look “safe.” This is what then happened with the J&J vaccine when six cases of an extremely unusual blood clot being linked to that vaccine caused the FDA and CDC to pause its administration for 11 days.

By doing so, it created the perception the FDA was monitoring for vaccine side effects with a fine-tooth comb and was willing to pull the vaccine if it caused a rare side effect in a very small number of people.

Nothing could be further from the truth as the mRNA vaccines have caused far more blood clots than the J&J vaccine. Similarly, investigation after investigation shows the FDA is ignoring the endless deluge of red flags from the COVID-19 vaccines.

Unfortunately, this ploy worked, and in the odd instances where I hear a doctor willing to debate the safety of the vaccines, one of the most common arguments they still utilize is that if the FDA was willing to temporarily pause J&J after six blood clots, there is no possible way a larger unaddressed problem exists with the mRNA vaccines.

Psychiatric Complications and Iatrogenic Injuries

As the above points have shown, a variety of factors work against doctors being able to recognize the presence of medical injuries. The question then becomes, how will the injuries that inevitably occur be explained?

As you might imagine, the default strategy is to fold the injury into an amorphous diagnosis which (instead of allopathic medicine) can take the blame for the medical injury and then put that label on everyone with the injury. Typically this is done with psychiatric diagnoses, but recently COVID-19 infections have also been appointed to that role (both of these diagnoses were used to gaslight patients in the clinical trials for those vaccines).

The earliest references to this gaslighting I have found were at the time of Freud, where his new model of psychoanalysis was used to explain the complex symptoms observed within patients doctors otherwise had difficulty making sense of. However, as detailed in The Age of Autism: Mercury, Medicine, and a Man-Made Epidemic, an outside evaluation of Freud’s case studies suggests those patients’ problems actually arose from mercury poisoning.

Mercury, despite being extremely toxic, was used by the medical profession for centuries (and to some extent still is). Frequently, individuals with mercury poisoning would develop a wide array of complex diseases which included neurological and psychiatric complications (which like many other conditions were often attributed to “female hysteria”).

Freud’s message that these complications were the fault of the patient (e.g., as a result of unresolved sexual desires) rather than the physician was an immensely appealing message to the medical profession, and as a result, became the party line.

Ever since this time there has been a systemic failure to recognize that neurologic damage can produce psychiatric symptoms. Instead, neurologic symptoms are viewed as a manifestation of a pre-existing psychological illness that must be treated with psychological counseling and psychiatric medications.

One of the best examples of this issue is “Functional Neurological Disorder” (FND) which recognizes that something is wrong with the brain, but since no explanation can be found, it is assumed to have been due to pre-existing psychiatric conditions.

If you review the National Institute of Health’s description of FND, you will see that the above description is no exaggeration, and it is extremely sad to hear about the experiences vaccine-injured patients go through since FND is one of the most common diagnoses they receive.

When I look at FND cases, the cause of the disorder (e.g., seizures) can frequently be found, but since neurologists (including friends of mine) do not want to consider the actual cause, the tests needed to diagnose it are often not ordered or even known about by the doctors attending to the patient.

If you review Maddie’s story, you will note that this is also exactly what happened to her and her permanent paralysis from the vaccine was labeled as FND resulting from a psychiatric condition. Because of this gaslighting, she was not able to get appropriate care when her neurological reaction to the vaccine was occurring (that would have prevented permanent disability).

I believe this occurred because the chief investigator was fully aware that a severe neurologic reaction to a single participant would have made the vaccine too dangerous for children to take, so he decided to gaslight Maddie so her injury would not need to end up in the trial. Sadder still, Maddie’s experiences were not unique, and their experiences that indicate systemic fraud in the vaccine trials were detailed here.

Another common symptom doctors place the blame for medical injuries on is “anxiety.” The two major problems with this process are:

  • Failing to recognize that having a life-changing injury will normally create distress, and similarly failing to recognize that being collectively gaslighted by medical providers is not good for anyone’s mental health.
  • Pharmaceutical injuries frequently cause tissue damage that will trigger anxiety.

Sadly, very few doctors recognize that damage to the nervous system (which is a common toxicity of pharmaceuticals) can also create psychiatric disturbances. Instead, they only can recognize that psychiatric distress can often worsen neurologic symptoms, but do so without also realizing that it is much rarer for psychiatric distress to be the originating cause of a neurologic issue.

Similarly, many common psychiatric disorders have organic causes (e.g., chronic undiagnosed infections, traumatic brain injuries, or nutritional and metabolic deficiencies). However, in most cases, psychiatrists prescribe medications based on the symptoms a patient presents with (e.g., you are depressed so you need Prozac) rather than looking at the underlying cause.

I believe this is because doing the former pays well but the latter typically does not and is not emphasized in a psychiatrist’s training.

In addition to neurological damage frequently creating psychiatric complications (e.g., vagal dysfunction creating anxiety), damage to other organ systems can as well (Chinese medicine does an excellent job of mapping these correlations out). One of the best examples I have seen with the COVID-19 vaccines relates to the heart and I have had variations of the following conversations multiple times since 2021:

Friend: I have been having severe anxiety attacks since I got the vaccine. My heart starts beating rapidly, and I start to have pain in my chest. I never had this problem before, but now everything makes me anxious and it’s so hard for me to be calm.

Me: You should get your heart looked at.

Friend: What do you mean? Everyone told me it was anxiety due to stress.

Me: Trust me, you need to get your heart looked at.

(Time passes)

Friend: How did you know I had myocarditis?

Damage to the heart (or the vagus nerve) will often create an irregular heart rate and chest pain, and these palpitations often provoke anxiety. Unfortunately, since these symptoms are also triggered by anxiety, when they are observed, doctors will often default to a diagnosis of anxiety and look no further.

Conclusion

There are essentially two models of medical practice which are followed:

  • The paternalistic model (where you are expected to unquestioningly trust and comply with everything the doctor tells you).
  • The collaborative model where the physician is your partner in working towards health.

Although the paternalistic model was the standard for most of allopathic medicine’s history, in recent times, there has been a push for the collaborative model. Presently, many patients are seeking out collaborative physicians (especially since system doctors have to spend so much time going through checklists that there is little time for actual engagement with their patients), and the market is economically rewarding physicians who are making this change.

A key misconception much of the public holds about doctors is that we are infallible beings (which is a key justification for the paternalistic model). In reality, once you peer behind the lab coat, we struggle with many of the same issues you all do too. Being able to genuinely recognize this and respectfully treat the physician you see as a fellow human being is one of the most effective strategies for initiating a collaborative doctor-patient relationship.

Although doctors sometimes gaslight injured patients for self-serving reasons (e.g., to protect Pfizer’s vaccine in its clinical trials or under the misguided belief it will protect a doctor from a lawsuit), I believe the majority of cases occur because the doctors simply cannot see the injury occurred. As a result, these doctors believe they are doing the best for the patient when in reality they are just gaslighting them.

One of the largest issues in our modern era is how disconnected we have become from ourselves and others. Within the doctor-patient relationship, this disconnection makes it much less likely a physician will be able to recognize what is happening in a patient (e.g., a medical injury) or feel compelled to go to bat for them while every other healthcare provider is gaslighting them.

When people ask me for their best options to avoid being gaslighted, I thus suggest pursuing one of the following options:

1)See a physician who you pay directly (rather than one who takes insurance). This business model matters because it forces the doctor to have a collaborative doctor-patient relationship and stay in business (no one will pay to see them if they just get gaslit). I am a big believer in the statement “you get what you pay for” and if only see system doctors who base their practice around insurance payments, you often do not get a good outcome.

For example, I had a patient recently who I felt exemplified this issue. He had what I felt was a relatively straightforward problem that had significantly impacted his life for 25 years. When I reviewed his history, he told me he had seen a dozen (insurance-taking) doctors, many of whom promised they could fix the problems with elaborate procedures from their specialty (all of which did nothing or made his issue worse).

What was striking about his story was that only one of them had ever even performed an extensive evaluation (e.g., talking with him about the history of his disease) to try to figure out what was causing the problem.

2)However, while seeing a private-pay physician often is an excellent investment, many patients simply cannot afford to do so. In this case, the ideal scenario is to find an insurance-taking physician through word of mouth who has earned a reputation for forging collaborative doctor-patient relationships. Unfortunately, these recommendations are hard to come across and typically these doctors will have full practices that are hard to get into.

3)The third (and often the only available option is to take the initiative to forge a collaborative relationship with the doctor through having a respectful demeanor where you treat the doctor as a fellow human being rather than “the doctor.”

In general, this approach will be the most effective on doctors who recently completed their medical training (everyone becomes more rigid with age, plus their practices are not yet full), and in medical settings where the doctors get longer per visit (you can’t really build a collaborative relationship in 10-15 minutes).

Regardless of the option you choose, it is also often important to provide the documentation to support the occurrence of your medical injury. This includes records establishing a timeline of the injury following the medical therapy and scientific literature substantiating the link between the two.

Physicians in turn (especially younger ones) will be the most receptive to considering this link if it is presented in a composed and thoughtful way rather than a confrontational manner, because like every other human they tend to become defensive. Given how upsetting the process of being gaslighted is, maintaining this demeanor can be extremely challenging.

Sadly though, it is necessary because doctors are trained to see these injuries as being psychological in nature, and a patient expressing their completely justifiable feelings about the situation will often feed into the doctor’s erroneous perceptions about the patient’s mental health.

About the Author

A Midwestern Doctor (AMD) is a board-certified physician from the Midwest and a longtime reader of Mercola.com. To find more of AMD’s work, be sure to check out The Forgotten Side of Medicine on Substack.

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