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By Blaise Vanne, America Out Loud, Dec 21, 2021

Blaise Vanne is a dual US and Canadian citizen, having lived half his adult life in both countries, but currently living in the Chicago, IL. area. … Having originally taught on the post-secondary in western Canada, he is now actively employed in the health care field, but keeps alive his first love, research and writing.

Watch Interview The Truth Behind The Lies- Dr. Peter McCullough >>>

Before we look at the science and the doctors speaking out about possible fertility issues, we need to examine if there is something underneath and behind what we might uncover in that science. If there is, we will need to pay heed to what Dr. Michael Crichton (who wrote Jurassic Park) once noted: As Alston Chase put it, ‘when the search for truth is confused with political advocacy, the pursuit of knowledge is reduced to the quest for power. Crichton, in turn, only echoes what Soren Kierkegaard wrote a couple of centuries ago: In the end, all corruption will come about as a result of the natural sciences. Here, Kierkegaard was not dissing science or the scientific method, but rather corrupt scientists, misusing their tools.

In the interview hereDr. Chris Martenson, Ph.D., in pathology from Duke University, interviews Dr. Peter McCullough, who is the most published doctor in history in his field of cardiology, and has been editor of several major medical journals: In the interview, they discuss issues such as the Lancet with its retracted fake “studies” on hydroxychloroquine, which turned out to be produced by a shell company, with unverified data gathered by non-scientists (including, purportedly, one person involved in the porn industry). Apropos of Crichton and Kierkegaard, Dr. McCullough says (11:45 mark) his international team started to see, early on in the pandemic, some things we didn’t like in the New England Journal of Medicine, as well as Lancet, including fraudulent papers. …

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