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book review by Brett Wilcox
Incurable Me Review
They say that hindsight is 20/20. That’s certainly true of our current understanding of notoriously bad medical treatments from yesteryear. Remember bloodletting? Leaches? Lobotomies? But what about today’s medical treatments? What will our children and grandchildren look back on and ask, “How could those people have been so blind?”
Thanks to K.P. Stoller, MD, we don’t have to wait 50 years to find out. Skyhorse Publishing recently released Stoller’s book titled INCURABLE ME: Why the Best Medical Research Does Not Make It into Clinical Practice. Stoller presents a strong case that medical treatment snafus are not the exception to the rule. They are, in fact, the rule because the entire system is not based on health, but on power, patents and profits. Such has been the case since the Rockefeller’s seized control of the medical establishment more than a century ago when they eliminated or discredited competitors and pushed pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines onto a gullible public.
Stoller makes it clear that “Evidence Based Medicine” is a euphemism for Monopoly Medicine, and the results are nothing short of catastrophic. Modern medicine is the 3rd leading cause of death in the USA. (I give modern medicine top honors in the killing category because doctors are notoriously bad at teaching their patients how to avoid heart disease and cancer, the #1 and #2 killers in the USA.)
As an eyes-wide-open functional-medicine professional, Stoller not only shines light on bad medicine, he also shares specific and detailed treatments for “toxic/infectious/immune encephalopathy and other chronic illnesses.” In Stoller’s words,
“A functional-medicine physician doesn’t just look to see what kind of bandage to put on a problem but attempts to uncover underlying causalities and treat them.”
Stoller first caught my attention and admiration long before I read Incurable Me, when I discovered that he had resigned from the American Academy of Pediatrics in 2008 where he had been a fellow for two decades. Prior to doing so, he sent a scathing letter to AAP officials for the Academy’s ongoing love affair with Thimerosal in vaccines. His letter was so powerful, I couldn’t help but include an excerpt in my book Jabbed: How the Vaccine Industry, Medical Establishment and Government Stick It to You and Your Family. Following is an excerpt from Stoller’s letter:
We are living in a time where an incredible overplay of lies, self-aggrandizing behavior and non-science are the norm. We have tolerated the junk science that has covered up the true cause of this epidemic at a considerable cost to science, the public, and our very way of life in this country. Is it a stretch to suggest that by putting our collective heads in the sand about the autism epidemic we have made it possible for the destruction of our very civilization?
The intrepid doctor includes his entire letter in Incurable Me as well as an entire chapter on “The Religion of Jabism.” Stoller doesn’t hold back when he describes the mainstream medical community, writing that his colleagues are “so utterly brainwashed about vaccines that there is no way to treat them.”
Neither does Stoller hold back when he addresses the darker motives behind the expansion of the vaccine racket including planned and purposeful infertility, disease and death leading to the dark utopia envisioned by psychopathic globalists. Stoller writes in the book’s conclusion,
“The Corporate (Deep) State, the New World Order, globalists, or whatever you want to call them are out to reduce us into mere ants who will either mindlessly work for them or get stepped on. Just never forget that we will always have our individual free will and choice to dissent.”
Stoller concludes with a statement from Abraham Lincoln:
“To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men.”
Stoller is no coward. He provides strong evidence that our descendants may never have the opportunity to look back and question which medical practices their predecessors got all wrong, because if the globalists have their way, we may have no posterity to even ask the question.
Incurable Me has the potential to free the minds and bodies of the current generation from the shackles of corporate medicine. Read it. Be free. Learn more.