Rocco Galati, a Canadian constitutional lawyer who has made a career of going after the corrupt government, said in an interview not long ago, “Men, grow a pair, and women, protect your children.” If you don’t know who Rocco is, just ask the Ontario RCMP. They know him well. In fact, he is currently representing a group of active and retired police officers in one of many legal actions being taken against the government in this current tyranny.
If anyone is questioning the reasons for what governments are doing, especially with going after children right now, listen to Robert J. Kennedy in this short interview, because there is a reason behind the madness.
Emergency use of a vaccine has immunity under the PREP act and the CARE act in the US, which means you can’t sue them if you or your family members are injured or killed by the vaccine. Once they get approved, this is where you need to do your own research and pay attention, because you can then sue Big Pharma unless they can get it recommended for children. Read that last part and let it sink in.
All vaccines get immunity if they get recommended for kids even if they are given to adults. Each country may or may not have put in place a government vaccine injury program, which is funded by you and me, the taxpayers, but please go and talk to anyone who has a child or family member who has been injured by a vaccine, any vaccine, and ask them if they’ve ever received any type of compensation, let alone been able to get their doctors to report the injury.
Let’s talk about doctors. Remember, they are humans, not gods. Do your own research, and never take their word as gospel. We had a fantastic doctor, a GP, and when I say fantastic, I mean as a human being. To be clear, when we moved to Vancouver Island, finding a GP was next to impossible, but I managed to somehow get in the back door. Our GP had partnered with a new doctor who took us on as patients, but that doctor disappeared a month later, leaving us to the GP. One of the first things our fantastic GP said to me when I was struggling to get my eldest diagnosed with autism was that the system was built to work against us and the government allows only so many to be diagnosed because they don’t want to pay out the money.
I already suspected as much, but try telling anyone that and see how quickly you’re called a kook, a nutcase, or a conspiracy theorist. You soon learn to keep a lot to yourself. More importantly, the fact that my doctor admitted that said a lot about him as a person. In case any of you are wondering how that is possible or whether a government would do something like that, look at the number of children with autism. I’m not talking about other medical diseases that have also exploded in children. Very few, if any, doctors will question the reasons behind this. If you’ve read Robert Kennedy’s new book, you’ll know what I’m talking about. I took information about vaccine injuries exposed by several doctors to my son’s first doctor back in 2000, in the Okanagan, and she made me step outside with her and said she wasn’t about to look at the evidence. Then she said she and other doctors have no training in vaccines.
I spent years researching a lot of stuff, but something to keep in mind is that many doctors and professionals have spoken out and come forward, and each one has been silenced and his or her credibility shredded. What did that teach me? To keep digging and ask more questions.
But back to my fantastic doctor on Vancouver Island. At this time, a few years had passed, and I was pregnant with my daughter, yet I was still navigating hurdles and obstacles, trying to get the right professionals to diagnose my son with autism. The behavior and uncontrollable outbursts of my son were over the top. He was on the floor, screaming, had night terrors, could not be toilet trained, and the list went on. I couldn’t reason with him. He had no language and didn’t understand. Someone suggested that I see a naturopathic doctor—you know, one not trained by Big Pharma. And as a young parent pushed to the end of my rope, I listened.
The naturopath pointed out that my son was on the floor, flailing, having screaming outbursts because he was in agony from his diet. Don’t say that’s ridiculous. My entire family and many friends shut down and wouldn’t listen, saying the only credible treatments were drugs from Big Pharma. But the naturopath was right. After I changed my son’s diet drastically, all behavior disappeared. There was no more screaming and flailing on the floor, and he was suddenly responsive where he had not been before. What she explained to me was the damage done to his gut and certain foods caused severe reactions. When you are in absolute agony and have no language skills, there is only one outlet.
During this time, my fantastic GP also went out on a limb. I shared with him that I was also seeing a naturopathic doctor and told him everything she had said about food, and natural supplements and his response was, “Okay. I have no training in food or anything natural, so you and her will know more about food and its ill effects than I will, because us GPs aren’t trained in food or natural remedies.”
At the same time, I was having to see all the specialists the government requires you to see for the diagnosis. One of those was a specialized pediatrician, who took forever to get an appointment with. My son was now calmer all of a sudden, no longer displaying any of the extreme behavioral symptoms, so when I disclosed to her that we were seeing a naturopathic doctor, her response was, “Oh, he’s likely just a visual learner and doesn’t have autism.” Then she told me outright as a parent that food does not have any effect on a child’s health or behavior and that NDs are not real doctors. She was cold. I promptly fired her.
Did it take longer to have my child diagnosed? It did, because I then had to wait to be referred to a different pediatrician. The government allows only certain professionals to give the diagnosis. But at least the next one admitted he had no knowledge of food and kept his comments about my naturopathic doctor to himself. After getting his referral to the government-run center, I had to travel there with my daughter, now six months old, and my other son, a rambunctious toddler. That was where we had to go to get an official diagnosis another year down the road.
Unfortunately, our GP, who was a fantastic human but whose health was atrocious, as he lived on fast food, suffered a massive heart attack. He never cleaned up his diet, and he died not long after. Did we ever find another GP? No, because in Canada, we may have universal health care, but good luck finding a doctor. We have a naturopathic doctor, which I have to pay out of pocket for, and I see an acupuncturist as well. Is it cheap? No. It costs a lot of money, but my family’s health is important. What is the difference between an ND and an MD? Big Pharma and their schools. Is the cost worth it? Let me leave you with this. We don’t get sick. We’re all extremely healthy. We do not take drugs, do not have compromised immune systems, and don’t have allergies, and the last flu or virus any of us had was so many years ago I can’t remember the date. The only drawback with this system is the government, because acquiring funding for my autistic son requires paperwork completed by a GP who has no knowledge whatsoever about autism or my son.
Think about the one thing that has not happened since the beginning of this so-called pandemic. No one has said to get your health in check, to stop eating fast food, to lose weight if you’re overweight, to start cooking and eating healthy foods, to take your vitamins, drink clean water, and exercise. Western medicine is not and never has been about healing. Western medicine focuses on relieving and suppressing signs and symptoms. It rarely discusses nutrition or exercise, and Western medicine practitioners often discredit naturopathic medicine or speak of it with distaste as if anyone who would consider it were not thinking clearly. Conversely, naturopathic or natural medicine aims to find the cause of the disease and treat the whole person from the inside out, helping you build a strong immune system.
If anything, look around you at your family and friends. I know many who have cabinetfuls of Big Pharma, with conditions such as a thyroid problem that is never fixed, to depression that never goes away, to high blood pressure, diabetes, hypoglycemia, neurological conditions such as shaking legs, heart conditions, cholesterol and then there is obesity, to… Well, I’ll leave you there.
One thing everyone should be is healthy, so my wish for everyone in 2022 is to take back your health.
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