My workplace crusade

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  • Wed, Oct 27, 2021 - 10:35am



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I am writing to catalogue my attempt to raise awareness of early treatment for covid within my organisation (a medical non-profit)

I had been a critic of lockdowns since the beginning but mostly from a principled stance, as far as I was aware I didn’t really have any evidence to back up my position other than my own moral considerations. It was only a few months ago when I saw this conference about Doctors in Canada being censored for discussing vaccine side effects. This troubled me greatly because I had no idea this was happening which is proof the censorship worked (for me).

The last few weeks have been a huge game-changer for me, so I’ve recently decided to start being vocal about early treatment, and specifically that my organisation being on the wrong side of this issue is an existential risk to the organisation. I had already discussed my objections to my workplace vaccine mandate (from a moral standpoint) with my manager, so I brought up this risk to him.

I prepared a summary document outlining my concerns into a folder with other supporting documents & two videos)

I was offered a talk with the associate director, but the meeting didn’t materialised so I forwarded the same package to three other co-workers who have much better credentials than me.

The results as of now have been very disappointing. It seems as though people are trained to only think of covid in terms of cases and vaccination. It seems none of them were even curious enough to look at what I was presenting and simply deflected to “the vaccine is the best way out of this”

So I’ve gone up the chain, I’ve e-mailed our main communications e-mail & BC’d one of our main scientists.
I will update with whatever follows.



  • Wed, Oct 27, 2021 - 11:15am

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I’m sorry to hear about the response that you’re getting. However, it doesn’t surprise me. Unfortunately, the only thing that might happen is that it could cause you to be alienated from the rest of the workforce.

When people choose to smoke, they know they might get lung cancer. When people drive drunk, they know they might die or kill someone. They know these facts going in. With the CV injections, people were sold something. As it turns out, they were sold a completely wrong premise, and purchased a product that could kill them. Many can’t/won’t cope with that. Instead, they either ignore all other information, or get angry at the messenger.

People don’t want to know. They don’t want to be saved. They simply want to be told that everything is going to be OK and they’re not going to die of CV because they are injected.

Terror Management Theory explains some of what we’re going through.



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IM…..Keep up the good work.

All thats necesary for evil to persist is for good people to do nothing.

Stay strong!!!!


  • Fri, Oct 29, 2021 - 01:44pm



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No response! Total silence! Nothing!

This may be where the road ends. I was hoping for at least a few dismissive paragraphs but nope.

Here is what I sent them:


I am writing to advocate that [organization] takes on an active role in promoting early treatment for covid to the Canadian public.
Specifically low-cost but effective measures (developed by the FLCCC) to assist covid-positive patients from hospitalization & death.
This is in no way meant to be an alternative to vaccination, but rather some low-hanging-fruit that I believe could save many lives in the meantime.

This is how I see our current situation:

I have attached some documents from the FLCCC and the Canadian Covid Care Alliance.
They claim to have been able to reduce hospitalisations & deaths with their protocols (that I admit I am not qualified to verify) with great effectiveness.
Both organisations seem to be very maligned for reasons I don’t understand, their advice seems to be straight-forward and evidence based.

They have been at it for a while, but I had only recently been made aware of their existence, and they have been advocating for early treatment since mid 2020.

Having read up on early treatment and watching some of Pierre Kory’s interviews I am overcome with guilt.
I worry that we are all complicit in suppressing potentially life-saving information, and that this (if true) must be corrected as early as possible.
This seems to be a golden opportunity for [organisation] to gain an immense amount of public trust and confidence by simply evaluating the evidence and publishing a statement.

In fact, even if I am completely wrong it would be investigating.

I would greatly appreciate any thoughts or corrections.
This is not my wheelhouse at all. I am not entirely sure how this should be raised, but I feel urged to do so by the hope that this could greatly alleviate harm that is currently happening.

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