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Jan 18 2022

Covid Dissent Might Lead to Psych Ward

In the Soviet Union, dissidents were often locked up in insane asylums, as if you would have to be crazy to question a government founded on the doctrine of Karl Marx. Marx was right about one thing: “History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.”

From the Daily Mail, via MSN:

A medical board in Maine has suspended the license of an MIT-educated doctor and ordered a psychiatric evaluation after she was accused of treating some of her patients with Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine and spreading misinformation about COVID-19.

Internist Dr Meryl Nass must be insane if she doesn’t believe in the Science as defined this week by Tony Fauci et al.

Dr Nass stands accused of straying from the official Covid narrative on her blog and Twitter.

Nass’ suspension also stems from treating her COVID-stricken patients with Ivermectin, which is an anti-parasite drug used predominantly on animals, and with Hydroxychloroquine, even though the Food and Drug Administrator had revoked an emergency use authorization for the malaria drug because it may not be effective against the coronavirus.

Too bad ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine actually do appear to be effective at mitigating Covid. Otherwise, the authorities could just produce information proving that Nass is wrong, rather than having to treat her like a lunatic.

Meanwhile, in Canada, Drs Melvin Bruchet and Daniel Nagase…

…filed criminal charges against elected and appointed Canadian government officials in British Columbia over a possible conflict of interest regarding provincial lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and vaccine passports.

The doctors exposed a severe spike in stillbirths at a Vancouver hospital.

In all cases, the women had been injected with a Covid vaccine.

After Dr Bruchet got in an argument with a tenant over noisy music, authorities dragged off the 81-year-old in handcuffs for a psychiatric evaluation. They diagnosed him first with “frontal lobe dementia” and then with “mania.” Bruchet was apparently placed on antipsychotic medication, as was done to discredit dissidents in the USSR.

Formerly, insane asylums were used to keep violent lunatics off the streets. Nowadays, lunatics are allowed to run amok. The asylums might still be useful though.

Whether Drs Nass and Bruchet suffer psychiatric issues other than their recalcitrant attitudes is unclear.

On tips from Wiggins, R F, Dragon’s Lair, and Jester.


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