Therapeutic Nihilism
  • Dr. Ryan Cole, MD, a pathologist from the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine, who cares about each individual human life, discusses, among other things, in the video directly below, the dangers of lipid nanoparticles. He also asks, quite sensibly: “Where are all the autopsies?” He goes onto say: “One cannot find that for which we do not look … There have been more deaths in nine months from this shot than from all previous 30 years combined.”

    This brief clip was culled from a much longer talk:

    The following is what true compassionate medical care really is. Both of these doctors — Dr. Ryan Cole (video above) and Dr. Peter McCullough (directly below) are heroes, and history will remember them as such:

    This, on the other hand, is what therapeutic nihilism and medical malfeasance look like:

    And so is this:

    As we can now all see with heartbreaking, staggering clarity, therapeutic nihilism is the direct and demonstrable result of government control over medicine.

    The state is the coldest of all cold monsters who bites with stolen teeth.

    Please never forget: socialism in any and all of its constantly mutating forms is by definition an ideology of force. It can operate in no other way. By virtue of what it is, it can function by no other means.

    No matter how purportedly noble or just its stated aims or goals, any politico-economic-religious ideology that in any way, for any reason, denies the primacy of each and every individual human being is a corrupt and adversary ideology. It is an ideology dangerously misbegotten and wrong.

    “Let the peasants starve.” — Vladimir Lenin, mass murderer (1870 to  1924)

    “We can and must write in a language which sows among the masses hate, revulsion, and scorn toward those who disagree with us.” — Vladimir Lenin, mass murderer, (1870 to  1924)

    “We will continue to be your single source of truth.” — Jacinda Ardern, aspiring autocrat of New Zealand, 2021

    Reader, dogma is death.

    Dogma is death.


    October 7th, 2021 | journalpulp | No Comments | Tags:

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Ray Harvey

I was born and raised in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado. I've worked as a short-order cook, construction laborer, crab fisherman, janitor, bartender, pedi-cab driver, copyeditor, and more. I've written and ghostwritten several published books and articles, but no matter where I've gone or what I've done to earn my living, there's always been literature and learning as the constant in my life.

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