Relationship Based Medicine

January, 26, 2023 | 11 Comments


  1. A year and a half ago our Commander-in-Chief told us “You won’t get covid if you have these vaccinations.” They’ve stopped pretending that. They’ve also quietly dropped the selling point that the mRNA shots prevent transmission, and now are reduced to arguing that the shot prevents severe illness and death due to covid.

    And how do we know this? Not from randomized controlled trials, which were shut down after something like seven percent of participants made it to the six-month mark. No, this comes from data from the dashboards of public health agencies, who don’t tell you they are not counting events in the “partially vaccinated,” i.e. everybody up to four weeks after the first dose of the Pfizer shot or six weeks after the first dose of the Moderna vax.

    This is a meaningless endpoint anyway. The relevant endpoints would be ALL deaths or ALL serious adverse events. I can tell you as a patient it does not matter one whit to me if I die of the covid or I die of something else AT THE EXACT SAME TIME. I don’t care if I have a serious adverse event due to the covid or another equally serious adverse event due to some other cause at the exact same time.

    Even if the CDC data showed the shot reduces all-cause mortality or all serious adverse events, that still wouldn’t clinch the matter, because the vaccinated and the unvaccinated are not comparable in every other aspect. There could be any number of potential confounders here, which is precisely why RCT’s were invented – and as we have already noted, the RCT’s were shut down prematurely after Pfizer and Moderna got their (totally meaningless) endpoint of covid infection of any severity – but we’re not going to count infections occurring for or six weeks after the first shot.

    Again, as a patient, I can tell you I don’t care if I don’t get covid six weeks from now because I’ve already had it sometime in the previous six weeks.

    The mRNA shots are not vaccines as the term has been understood to mean for well over a hundred years. They are therapeutics, which must be administered in advance of infection, with a limited window of efficacy. Is it right to mandate them? Shouldn’t the decision to take them be one that made by the patient and his doctor?

  2. These talks are developing really well.

    I like the idea of a Theme, as in Relationship Based Medicine and look forward to the mixed bag of Lawyers and Doctors which might well explain the difficulties that lawyers and doctors have in navigating a Patient Voice, which might be where we come in.

    Although touched upon in this talk and GlaxoSmithKline and Study 329, it was interesting that the four questions asked, although good questions, with good answers, were in the main general queries. I can understand that David’s talks contain a lot of information and if you haven’t heard any or many before can stimulate a certain feeling in a certain person.

    Let’s hope that some of Relationship Based Medicine hit home with his audience and they become better informed and perhaps a bit more humble when they are out and about working in their field of psychiatry. The data, the ghostwriters, the RCTs, a tangled web which should bring the house down.

    Doctors Bearing Gifts, in Calgary; the home of the Calgary Stampede.

    I took a flight to Calgary from Vancouver before I lived and worked in the US, just to get a feeling of the place, as it was where my daughter’s father came from and his parents ran a bathroom boutique and the father a mining engineer. He went on to Quebec University as he found Calgary somewhat stifling. In my hire car, I drove through the city centre and out the other side of the skyscrapers and found myself in flat-land for miles and miles and miles. A bit like Las Vegas, as when you come in all you can see is lumps of concrete in a desert.

    Doctors Bearing Gifts is a terrific title and it doesn’t matter if you live in a desert, or in a tent in Somalia, I think the over-riding take-out from the talks, is that David knows what he is talking about and I would add that his Subscriber numbers have gone up since posting these talks.

    Everyone’s a winner; spread the talks…

  3. So, one ex-FDA senior official describes a Delegated Narcissism effect within the FDA. Of late, the FDA, CDC, WHO and others appear… no thats wrong.. are acting like.. no thats inaccurate too are operating as Medical Dictatorships.

    During the Dot Com bubble, I didn’t quite agree with some commentators using psychiatric labels to describe some of these nouveau online webb enterprises, even though I too was at a loss to find suitable descriptive words to describe them (well, not polite ones anyway). However, I’m am weakening when it comes to the whole medical industrial complex and their regulators. I read in the publication Psychology Today an article by Dale Hartley entitled “Are Corporations Inherently Psychopathic?” In it he quotes from Dr. Robert Hare, who being an authority on psychopathy, his thoughts must carry some weight I thought.

    Dr. Hare has written this:
    “To refer to ‘the’ corporation as psychopathic because of the behaviors of a carefully selected group of companies is like using the traits and behaviors of the most serious high-risk criminals to conclude that ‘the’ criminal (that is, all criminals) is a psychopath. If [common diagnostic criteria] were applied to a random set of corporations, some might apply for the diagnosis of psychopathy, but most would not.”,positive%20or%20false%20negative%20conclusion.

    The only thing that appears to influence a psychopath enough to alter his behaviour is when he see that his behaviour goes against his best interests -nothing else. As for collateral damage along the way, well you can’t make an omelet without breaking a few eggs. For the narcissism of psychopathy knows no shame, they’re not wired up to feel such emotions — zero, zilch. And for years, many such healthcare oriented enterprises have promised a few individuals, opportunities to leave by the revolving door and into better paid positions and the inevitable book and TV deals. Any maleficence on the journey will be settled by the organizations at the organizations or taxpayers expense.

    I will leave it to the dear reader to contemplate whether we should start calling a spade a spade if and when the hat fits perfectly.

  4. My guess is by now everybody reading this has seen the Project Veritas videos of that pathetic jackass Jordon Trishton Walker.

    “I was lying to impress a date.” That’s the best defense he could think of, when confronted with his own words played back at him.

    He claims to be working for a company that is “literally helping people,” so why would he need to lie about what he is doing?

    Of course, he wasn’t lying. When he was chortling about the revolving door between the drugmakers and the regulatory agencies that are supposed to protect us, he was telling the truth. And a sordid ugly truth it is.

    These are matters literally of life and death, but to him it’s all a big joke. This is a hollow man — one who feels no allegiance to anything greater than himself, who with all his education seems unable to think of any aspirations any higher than the creature comforts afforded by the lavish salary paid by Pfizer (although not for much longer, in all likelihood).

    It would be interesting to know his back story. My guess is he is overmortgaged and maxxed out on his credit cards, all in pursuit of new luxuries to titillate his ever-more-jaded palate. Even if he could think of something better to do with his life, I don’t think he could escape the gilded cage he has created for himself.

    What will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, yet forfeits his soul?

    We’ve peeked behind the curtain and seen the real face of evil. No secret cabals plotting the depopulation of the earth, just a bunch of frightened little men and women with no higher goal in life than meeting their quarterly sales targets.

    This guy is the personification of the banality of evil.

  5. Oh, and what do we have here? Looks like those of us on Team Reality were right all along. Wearing a warm moist rag over your mouth doesn’t stop the spread of covid.

    Are the people who were spewing out venom at us for the past three years now going to apologize?

    Sure, that’ll happen. Right after pigs fly at Mach Three.

  6. Keeping on up…

    “Can you unlock the door” …

    Pfizer Director Assaults James O’Keefe & Veritas Staff; Destroys iPad Showing Undercover Recordings

    The Sting

    Forbes Hit Piece on Project Veritas is Written By a Scientist Funded by… Guess Who!?

    I’ll give you a hint. It rhymes with “riser”…

    I read the Forbes thing a few days ago – what is it with Forbes, and past particles like Matthew Herper…

    Martial Arts…

    No, Project Veritas Video Doesn’t Prove Pfizer Is Mutating Covid-19, Who Is Jordon Trishton Walker?

    Bruce Y. Lee

    Miranda Devine Retweeted

    Project Veritas

    Bombshell #DirectedEvolution Story Hits @nypost written by @mirandadevine
    “‘There’s a risk,’ he warns. ‘As you could imagine no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating f—cking viruses.’ Understatment of the year.”

    The Sting, in her tail…

  7. Another Chapter…

    Project Veritas

    BREAKING: @Pfizer Director Concerned Over Women’s Reproductive Heath After COVID-19 Vaccinations “There is something irregular about their menstrual cycles…concerning…The vaccine shouldn’t be interfering with that…It has to be affecting something hormonal…”


    Project Veritas

    “If something were to happen downstream and it was, like, really bad? I mean, the scale of that scandal would be enormous.”


    Third Dr. J. T. Walker/Pfizer-Project Veritas Video

    “Could you imagine the scandal?

  8. This was really excellent. I really like the message to the residents about seeing these challengeling cases as research assistants

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