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Jones, Hughes issues point to practices of pharmacological establishment

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I wish to join with everyone else in our surrounding communities who is voicing disbelief and dismay over the recent sudden dismissal of the honorable Dr. Andy Jones from Mary’s Hospital. To me, this decision seems shamefully knee-jerk reactionary at best, and beyond that, tragic and inexcusable. I guess I would have to ask, just whom did the good doctor poison or maim, or otherwise harm in some real way?!  But in a world governed increasingly by programmed political correctness, making sure that a penalty fits a “crime” becomes less and less important. Said another way, if a system decides it wants you gone for some reason - any reason — little substantial evidence or proof of actual wrongdoing is required. These days, merely someone’s feelings getting hurt might suffice for building a major “assault” case against you.   

In another situation, one can find him or herself in big trouble just for taking a firm stand in deciding which substances he or she will or will not allow to be put into their own bodies. We have a precise example of that, as well, in the firing of St. Mary’s radiologist, Lorinda Hughes. 

Though I have not known personally either of these fine professionals, it is easy to esteem and honor their characters by the things they say and do, as attested by the many people who do know them well. (I just pray that better roads might now lie ahead for both Lorinda and Dr. Andy!)

The implications I make here (as possibly applying to these two regrettable incidences) are intentional, yet meaning to point us toward conditions that stretch, in gravity, even far beyond them. I refer to the deep, personal concern I have over a whole range of unspeakable practices that have been allowed to go on from the very highest levels of the (mega-corp) pharmacological establishment now long ruling this country, medically.

So, even as we rightly protest unfortunate events that occur within our own communities, perhaps the bravest among us can dare to go one giant step further, and start to discover crime syndicates operating at levels few have ever suspected. My best trusted source, for that to which I refer is Dr. Joseph Mercola’s wife, health expert Erin Elizabeth. Her site, curiously enough, is healthnutnews.com, but once there, the absolute most shocking of all that Erin exposes will be obvious. To date, I believe her count stands at 85!

Carol Asher

Kamiah



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