Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 16 February 2024

New Zealand doctor is punished for speaking the truth about ‘Covid’

New Zealand’s Dr. Peter Canaday has had his medical licence suspended, and dragged through a professional conduct complaint and a week-long appearance at a Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal.

Why?

Because he did what good doctors are meant to do: He thought, he questioned, he amassed evidence, he insisted on basic foundational principles of medicine and he brought his concerns to the public.


Dr. Peter Canaday: Opposing the Covid Juggernaut with Rational Medical Thinking

By Dr. Emanuel E. Garcia

When the covid tsunami hit the shores of New Zealand, thereby fostering a slew of drastic measures based on limitless fear and breathtakingly absent science, Dr. Peter Canaday did what good doctors are meant to do: he thought, he questioned, he amassed evidence, he insisted on basic foundational principles of medicine, and he brought his concerns to the public.

Other doctors at the time also expressed their concerns, myself being among them, but Peter, given his expertise in Internal Medicine, Respiratory and Intensive Care and Radiology, marshalled his talents in an enviable way to bring an eminently rational perspective on a complex series of topics to all of us. An example of the kind of presentations he was making may be seen here: Dr. Peter Canaday Presentation plus Q&A (126 mins).

Peter was “rewarded” for his good and necessary work with the suspension of his medical licence, a professional conduct complaint, and a week-long appearance at a Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal in April 2023.

I interviewed Peter shortly after the Tribunal concluded and our conversation may be found here: My Conversation with Peter Canaday, M.D.: Part 1 (watch 56 mins)

I read Peter’s legal brief for the Tribunal, characterised by his customary meticulous presentation of material, and I understood that his concluding submission was a courtroom tour de force, effectively demolishing his critics’ specious arguments. He and others were optimistic that truth and evidence would prevail and he would be fully exonerated. I, however, was extremely dubious – not because I had qualms about Peter’s defence, but because I had no trust in the establishment systems, processes and procedures. An ominous sign was the Tribunal’s refusal to livestream their proceedings in real-time, and another ominous sign was that they failed to render a decision for many months when typically these kinds of matters were resolved within days.

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