Nuremberg code violations, Rose Marschall, Naturopath jailed, Censorship, Freedom of speech, Thiamine Hydrochloride, Diane Miller, National Health Freedom Coalition, US Health Freedom Congress, Glyphosate convulsions, Low-fat Parkinson’s and MORE!
August 23, 2022 3-5PM ET
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Mary Holland: Those Who Violated Nuremberg Code Must Be Prosecuted for Crimes Against Humanity Thank you to all who have made this event possible — it is a great honor to be here. The Nuremberg Code is an international monument to humanity. It is a critical guidepost, not unlike the 10 Commandments in the New Testament or similar guidance in other religions. In essence, the code says: “Do this, and you will stay on the right path; stray from this, and bad things will happen.” The last two-and-a-half years have certainly proven the wisdom of this document. I am especially honored to be here because the authors of the Nuremberg Code were doctors and lawyers from the United States who sought to prevent future horrors. And they built on medical and legal ethics established here in Germany before the Nazi regime. I deeply wish that U.S., British, Russian and German government representatives were here to stand with us, as well as representatives of the global mainstream media. It is a sad commentary that they are absent. But I rejoice that The People’s representatives from all over the world are here — because it is “We the People” who will restore our rights, our laws and our morality and lead us out of these troubled times. For more than 75 years, the Nuremberg Code has been a beacon of light — all medical and legal norms have been based on it since 1947.
Special Guest – Rose Marschall
Former Port Angeles naturopath convicted of misbranding drugs as cures for COVID-19, MRSA A former Port Angeles naturopathic physician was convicted last week for misbranding products and claiming they could treat diseases like COVID-19 and MRSA. The Department of Justice says 68-year-old Richard Marschall was found guilty of introduction of misbranded drugs into interstate commerce, a felony charge and his third conviction of the same crime following trials in 2011 and 2017. According to court documents, Marschall presented himself on social media as a retired naturopath and “health coach.” On his Facebook page, Marschall claimed his ‘Dynamic Duo’ medicine could “crush” viruses like COVID-19, as well as bacterial infections like MRSA “even if there is antibiotic resistance.” These posts were made in March 2020. Several people filed complaints with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the agency’s criminal investigators began looking into Marschall’s business. On March 30, 2020, an FDA investigator called Marschall and posed as a customer, asking about the ‘Dynamic Duo’ medicine; Marschall explained it contained garlic extract and larch tree starch, saying one of the substances “doesn’t boost the immune system, it just kills the virus,” while claiming the other substance boosts white blood cells to attack infections. The investigator bought the ‘Dynamic Duo’ for $140 plus shipping.
Former Port Angeles, Washington, Naturopath sentenced for scheme to profit on ‘COVID-19 cure’ A former Port Angeles, Washington, naturopathic physician was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Tacoma to 8 months in prison and one year of supervised release for a federal felony related to his misbranding, and sale in interstate commerce, of products he claimed could prevent and treat numerous serious diseases, including COVID-19 and MRSA, announced U.S. Attorney Nicholas W. Brown. Richard Marschall, 69, was convicted in October 2021, following a 4-day trial. The jury found Marschall guilty of Introduction of Misbranded Drugs into Interstate Commerce, his third conviction for the same crime following earlier prosecutions in 2011 and 2017. At the sentencing hearing U.S. District Judge Benjamin H. Settle said, “It is extremely dangerous during the COVID epidemic for people to be engaged in conduct that would lead other people to defer and wait to receive medical care.” “Mr. Marschall has a history of lying to patients about their health and his proposed treatments. His lies in this case are particularly troubling because he employed them when advising others about a deadly pandemic,” said U.S. Attorney Nick Brown. “As people became fearful and searched for answers, Marschall touted an unproven treatment as a miracle cure for the deadly disease. Such conduct can prevent patients from getting the legitimate treatment they need if they become ill.”
Question of The Day!
The multi vitamin I have been taking from Andrew Lessmen seems to have quite a lot of good “stuff” in it-however I notice that vitamin B1 is Thiamin Hydrochloride aslo known as ‘coal tar’-how bad is coal tar-should I not consume this multi vitamin -I am thinking of switching to Choose To Be Healthy’s B vitamin
When I start taking Choose to be healthy’s B vit can I still Andrew’s multi since it has many other good vitamins or will the coal tar cause a negative reaction to the body
Special Guest Diane Miller
Diane Miller is a Minnesota attorney who successfully helped to defend a Minnesota farmer from charges of “practice of medicine without a license”. After State v. Saunders, Miller proceeded to design health freedom legislation for the State of Minnesota and was the lead lobbyist and legislative consultant to the Minnesota Natural Health-Legal Reform Project responsible for passing the consumer driven legislation entitled the Minnesota Complementary and Alternative Health Care Freedom of Access Act. The new law exempts unlicensed health care practitioners from charges of “practice of medicine without a license”. In 2000 Miller co-founded the National Health Freedom Coalition, a national information resource for health freedom decision-making, to support individuals and states that are interested in health seekers access to complementary and alternative health care.Miller is currently Legal and Public Policy Director of the National Health Freedom Coalition (NHFC) and it’s sister organization, the National Health Freedom Action (NHFA). NHFC provides information and resources to health freedom decision-makers across the country. Her work involves state, national, and international health freedom issues, and Miller works to help monitor and promote an understanding of various forms of legislation, international trade guidelines, and Charters. Her role as Co-Moderator of the World Health Freedom Assembly, a 2006 project of NHFC, and her future role as Co-Moderator of the upcoming United States Health Freedom Assembly in October 2007 demonstrate her vision and determination to bring health freedom to the United States and global conversations and arena.
Model Right to Refuse Legislation & Action Alert Many Americans are asking: What can we do to protect our health freedom? Can we be forced to get a vaccination or be tested? Why aren’t all options to strengthen the immune system being encouraged? Pass a Bill in Your State to Protect Your Health Freedom to Decline Emergency Countermeasures. Take action by writing to your state legislators. Ask them to pass a bill in your state to protect your health freedom and your right to refuse emergency countermeasures. NHFA supports protecting the long-standing American freedom of the right to refuse medical interventions that do not have our consent. This basic constitutional right of bodily autonomy should stand when it is challenged, even during an emergency. We recommend that citizens contact their state legislators and work to pass strong laws to protect this basic health freedom principle. Citizens can educate legislators about their expectations of freedom and their vision for a healthy America.
Scientists link common weedkiller to convulsions in animals Scientists have uncovered a link between the world’s most commonly used weedkiller and convulsions in animals — raising questions about the herbicide’s potential impact on the human nervous system as well. Exposure to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, increased seizure-like behavior in soil-dwelling roundworms, according to the researchers, who published their findings in Scientific Reports on Tuesday. With glyphosate use expected to rise dramatically over the coming years, understanding its possible effects on human health is critical, according to the study. “It is concerning how little we understand the impact of glyphosate on the nervous system,” lead author Akshay Naraine, a Ph.D. candidate at Florida Atlantic University and the International Max Planck Research School for Synapses and Circuits, said in a statement. “More evidence is mounting for how prevalent exposure to glyphosate is, so this work hopefully pushes other researchers to expand on these findings and solidify where our concerns should be,” Naraine added. Just last month, data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that more than 80 percent of urine sampled by the agency was at or above the detection limit for glyphosate, as The Hill reported.
Frozen yogurt danger? Low-fat dairy products linked to Parkinson’s Frozen yogurt may be a good treat to cool you down on a hot summer day, but you know what they say about too much of good thing. In the case frozen yogurt and other popular low-fat dairy products, too much raises a person’s risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, one study finds. Researchers from Harvard University’s Chan School of Public Health say that having three or more servings of low-fat dairy products a day boosts Parkinson’s risk more than a daily single serving. Similarly, a person who consumes one serving of low-fat dairy daily is more likely to develop the disease than someone who consumes one serving in a week. The authors reached their conclusion after examining a massive amount of data from a span of about 25 years. Dietary surveys and health information from more than 80,000 women from the Nurses’ Health Study and 48,000 men from the Health Professionals’ Follow-Up Study were used. The researchers found that 1,036 participants had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s during the study. In looking at which dairy products participants consumed — everything from butter to milk to yogurt — the researchers sought to make a connection between those who had developed Parkinson’s and consumption of full-fat, low-fat, or non-fat dairy.