Updated: November 28, 2022
Way back at the beginning of this rogue virus attack upon humanity, I saw it for what it was. Nothing I said reached anyone at all. Was it just me? I took medical training in University with plans to become a doctor. But one day I was introduced to the Canadian Medical Compendium. That day changed my life forever. There was NOTHING in that compendium for which a toxic medical drug wasn't indicated. When I queried this, I was told that we were lucky to have the book and that by the good graces of the pharmaceutical companies, they provided the compendiums to medical students FREE OF CHARGE.
FREE is never FREE. Blackrock and Vanguard, along with the WEF, have pentrated our socio-political system to the point where they own and control all politicians, and all of the media. A message of truth has next to no chance of reaching the surface, unless people like us spread it viraly!
Where big pharma went wrong was in accelerating their agenda. It killed so many of us so fast that it became impossible to hide the bodies. For two years I have said that it will be the body count that brings them down. And now it is happening.
Check out this LIST OF DEAD CANADIAN DOCTORS!
Click on the “more” button to read the details of their deaths. It is shocking and revealing. Here is thus the first entry in the list:
Hannam, Paul D. July 16, 2022
Toronto; University of British Columbia (UBC), 1999; family medicine.
Died of sudden cardiac failure during a fun run July 16, 2022, aged 50. Survived by his wife Rosemary and 2 children. “While enrolled at UBC in 1996, he represented Canada on the Olympic sailing team in Atlanta.
After medical school, he completed his education in emergency medicine at the University of Toronto. Throughout his life Paul actively listened or, when appropriate, looked like he actively listened, to everyone. . . .
Paul was invited to be the emergency medicine director for Michael Garron Hospital and, more recently, North York General. In these roles, he supported medical education for young physicians.
On the day of his demise Paul was an organ donor to over 70 recipients, and for this we could not be more grateful to the Ontario medical community.” Colleague Howard Ovens tweeted: “Canadian emergency medicine is in mourning tonight.
Paul Hannam, Olympic sailor, marathon runner, family man, ED director at North York General Hospital, a sweet, thoughtful, compassionate and gentle man, died suddenly today on a run. The quintessential mensch. Hug someone you love.”