When Crazy Became Normal

But then common sense and good humour started gaining ground.

Dr Peter McCullough recognised in April 2020 that something wasn’t right about the pandemic response. He described his experience of caring for Covid-19 patients and what has gone wrong in public health this morning with Dan Gregory on Pandemic Podcast. He leads authorship in the medical literature on evidence based treatment, but faces opposition and suppression from “media doctors” whose agenda he gives a very clear description of. Dr McCullough also spoke with Mike Adams yesterday, in another powerful interview calling for this to be the time for courage, ethics, commitment to medical integrity, commitment to biomedical science and commitment to justice. I really feel we ignore him at our peril.

Daily Telegraph 30 June 2021 : Mainstream media starts catching up with basic public health. But it’s starting to look a little late for freedom as the frog continues to slowly boil.

One thought on “When Crazy Became Normal

  1. Dear Helen

    I like this post for the humour expressed. Some say sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. I say it is for the lowest form of twit!!

    The trouble is the stupid who accept all the governments etc. say are probably immune to sarcasm.

    I don’t blame people for struggling with statistics as they can be very confusing. People can be easily misled as well as led if they are sheep without a good shepherd.

    Thanks again. I did my own take on the stupid in the following post of mine.


    Kind regards

    Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

    Liked by 1 person

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