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World renowned consultant cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra speaks to sold out crowd at Eden Park today

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Public health campaigner, and best-selling author Dr. Aseem Malhotra is touring the country with the New Zealand Medical Professionals’ Society (NZMPS).

Dr. Malhotra will speak in five cities, raising public awareness about the lessons learned during the pandemic, and providing a risk-benefit, evidence based analysis of the covid vaccines with special emphasis on cardiovascular complications and solutions.

Dr. Malhotra has been on a journey. Initially a vocal proponent of Covid vaccination, his perspective completely changed with the untimely death of his father. This heart-breaking event prompted him to critically appraise the evidence surrounding the use of mRNA technology in public health.

Dr. Malhotra will speak to nearly 1000 people in the grand hall at Eden Park 2pm Saturday 16th.

Details of other events:

  • Wellington – 19 September 2023 Upper Hutt Cosmopolitan Club
  • Dunedin – 20 September 2023 Mayfair Theatre
  • Christchurch – 23 September 2023 Celebration Centre
  • Queenstown – 25 September 2023 City Impact Church

Tickets are available from Eventfinda.

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    • I am so sorry for your loss Harry.

      My father in law was living in a retirement village in Wellington and they bribed the elderly with bottles of wine and cheese and crackers for being ‘good boys and girls’. father in law died 3 weeks after second Pfizer shot. Legs puffed up. Not sure if they gave him drugs in the end to knock him off but it wouldn’t surprise me. They have been knocking off people with morphine and other drugs for YEARS. My late MIL was put in hospice and they had her drugged up to the 9s. One of her sons got her out and took her home, got her off all the drugs and she lived another 7 months. She actually told me while in hospice she couldn’t speak as they had drugged her up so much but she knew what was going on and could hear everything they said and she says she would have died if she had stayed in hospice another week. But she got another 7 months! This is what is going on ALL THE TIME.

      Stay away from hospitals, pharmaceutical drugs and doctors as much as you can. Most doctors only know how to prescribe medication to mask symptoms instead of finding out what the problem actually is. They don’t seem to know about health, just giving prescriptions. This current system is broken and set up to funnel money into pharmaceutical companies, doctors treating conditions that could be cured naturally and many surgeries completely avoided.

  1. Anon is correct, I know another elderly lady who was taken home by her family, was asked if she wanted to reduce her “pain” drugs in exchange for more mental acuity and she said yes and surprise, she became so much more alert and enjoying life as much as she can…. in her condition… these rest homes are not the place for the elderly to live out the end of their lives…. they are doped up on purpose to stop them from even talking so staff don’t have to deal with them…. what on earth is going on? I tell you what I think, murder….. by any other name, murder…

  2. The biggest drug dealers in this country are the MOH and their mates the chemist shops,get rid of them and we would have a healthy NZ Keep your elderly at home don’t put them in care they will live longer,thats for sure.

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