I had forgotten this 2019 article by Richard Baron, the CEO of the American Board of Internal Medicine
How did he know in 2019 that disTrust in medicine was about to go big?
From the guy who said he was destroying doctors’ careers for speaking the truth about COVID no longer because of spreading misinformation, but because it showed a lack of “expertise.”
The whole thing's about to blow. I walked away from allopathic medicine in 1995 when my gastro almost killed me with prednisone, and medical insurance in 2006 when the money wasn't there and I realized if I was broken physically it was my fault and I better be able to figure it out and fix it - and I have a spreadsheet of nasties that I had to learn to fix but with each one - I got stronger and smarter about my diet. Eating today is a tightrope. Stay on and you will be healthy. Fall off too much, and you're going down.
Richard J. Baron, MD. The Chairman of the Board of the Association of Internal Medicine. This puts his licensed expertise squarely in the middle of the allopathic medical graveyard. You know how the middle of the grocery store is called "the graveyard." Well, in allopathic medicine, the internal medicine specialty is 'the graveyard." This is where the biggest, most Rockefeller-Tavistock programmed individuals hang out waiting to put their kids through college with your slow kill death.
I looked at his picture. His little comment about building trust, could just as easily be interpreted as a plea for his fellow shysters to be better con-men and con-women.
Baron has some organizational dirty laundry. An excerpt:
"It is time we hold the non-clinical members of our profession that lead these organizations accountable to all physicians and the public at large. Until this occurs, physician-members of every ABIM subspecialty organization that profits from educational content provided to the ABIM should divest themselves and work to create their own, more credible, simplified and transparent life-long learning pathways. The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists has already set a good example. While I understand that refusing to buck the coercion created by the multi-million dollar ABIM and its Foundation will be difficult, our credibility as stewards of our patients’ best interests and the preservation of the integrity of our profession demands nothing less."
This guy is plugged into the financial minons, the lower tiers of the Davos set., you name it. The ABIM is wealthy enough for him to be able to network the crowd who knew about The Great Culling and figure out how to position himself.... OR... someone has a control file on him.
Same reason they knew MRNA vaccine are dangerous, it was planned out for many years.