29 Holistic Doctors/Practitioners Found Poisoned, Some Nearly Dead. Another Attack on Alternative Medicine?

A mass-poisoning—nearly 30 holistic doctors and naturopaths—and still no clear understanding of how the tragedy unfolded.

As reported by Health Nuts News, authorities in Germany are still trying to determine how 29 people were simultaneously drugged with toxic doses of amphetamines. Some left nearly dead, as rescue crews hurried to save their lives.

According to a report from USNews, the incident took place at a homeopathic conference on Saturday in Handeloh, Germany. At 2:25 p.m., an emergency call for help was placed at the convention center, and within 90 minutes, 150 first responders arrived at a horrifying scene.

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29 people—who reportedly practice holistic and naturopathic medicine—were found in varying states of agony. The victims, aged between 24 and 56, were “suffering from delusions, breathing problems, racing hearts and cramps, some in life-threatening conditions, according to the public broadcaster NDR”.

“Men and women lay with cramps in the garden and in front of the building,” said fire service spokesman Mathias Köhlbrandt. He also stated that it seemed they had not intentionally taken the drug, suggesting that the entire incident was either accidental or possibly a deliberate malicious attack.

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According to reports, the victims of the mass-poisoning were described as “alternative and homeopathic practitioners.” And this is where this story becomes particularly unsettling.

Although complete details on the incident are still pending, this massive threat to the lives of holistic doctors and naturopaths prompts concerns about a potential deliberate sabotage. Especially in light of recent events involving the mysterious deaths/disappearances of well-known alternative doctors.

Just this past June, Dr. Teresa Sievers, M.D., who was beloved in her community as a provider of essential treatments as alternatives to Big Pharma, was found dead in her home under suspicious circumstances. Her death, however, was just one of many involving eerily similar people and events. At least five dead holistic doctors were found dead in a short time frame this summer.

FINAL

Dr. Teresa Sievers, M.D.

It is no secret anymore that Big Pharma is (and has been) at war with alternative medicine. Its modus operandi is to generate profit by selling drugs that perpetuate a cycle of addiction and dependency, rather than liberation and empowerment.

As documented in the popular documentary “Burzysnki” (available on Netflix) giant pharmaceutical companies have long since infiltrated the Food and Drug Administration. In the case of Dr. Burzysnki, his revolutionary alternative treatment for a malicious form of brain cancer was systematically suppressed by the FDA. Through legal loopholes, raids of his workplace, and subliminal threats, the Food and Drug Administration is essentially in the back pocket of Big Pharma. Obediently carrying out its will to the detriment of an honest doctor and his dying patients.

There is a huge profit motive in silencing alternative medicine, specifically because these holistic approaches are designed to empower and liberate patients by addressing root causes, rather than merely treating the symptoms in perpetuity.

We’ll wait for any new significant details and update you when they arrive.

EDIT:

We wanted to note, according to Telegraph:

It now appears that what the intoxicated delegates had taken was not homoeopathic medicine, but instead a dangerous psychedelic drug.

Tests indicate they had all taken 2C-E, or Aquarust, an amphetamine that was banned in Germany in 2014.

Police say they are investigating to find out whether the delegates knowingly took the banned drug or were the victims of a macabre prank.

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120 comments
Paul - September 9, 2015

I am from Germany and I know what has happened, because it is all over the media. They took 2C-E and were just totaly high on drugs they coulnd handle, thats all! But in your eyes there always has to be some suspicious company who tried to poison them!!!…no wonder you get stamped as crazy people when you post storys like that,! It is just not true, that they got poisoned. They drugged themselves. Thats all! And by the way: the ambulance wants to charge them for the incident…

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    avocadess - September 9, 2015

    Nice try at a cover-up there.

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      SChrome - September 9, 2015

      Perhaps the press in Germany isn’t covering up, but reporting the truth. There is no evidence at this time that supports what this article is stating.

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        avocadess - September 9, 2015

        The cover-up is in blaming the victims — as if they knowingly took the “party” drug. These people have been “colored” as “crazy hippies” and they are not. Someone slipped it to them. If it were only 2 or 3 people, then yeah, could have had some druggies in there — but NOT 30 people who are into homeopathic medicine. The real question is not what drug they were given — but how it was administered and by WHOM.

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          Kelvin - September 9, 2015

          Every chance Paul is perfectly correct. Even their own governing body, the Association of German Healing Practitioners (VDH), has distanced themselves from this bunch of quacks – a direct quote from them:
          “The organisers of this obscure conference are unknown to us and such events will not be tolerated by our Association,” a spokesperson said.
          “Unfortunately, the conference in Handeloh has severely damaged the image of the alternative medicine profession…and we have clarified that such acts are not in the spirit of natural therapy, and contradict our values both morally and legally.
          “The Association of German Healing Practitioners (Heilpraktikers) detests such misdemeanours.”

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          HealthNutNews.com - September 10, 2015

          You might want to read the quote from one of the chief narcotics officers in the country of Germany. He says he doesn’t believe that they would knowingly overdose like this. I appreciate David doing this article and linking me as the source.

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          Kelvin - September 10, 2015

          Read it already, thanks, still stand by my statement. “Doesn’t believe” is hardly conclusive.
          This article is deliberately provoking fear, promoting a conspiracy on a global scale that is, frankly, fantastical.
          From The Independent – a pretty liberal and respected UK newspaper:
          “Police are reportedly looking into possibilities including the drug being taken as a joint experiment, or it being furtively given to conference participants as a prank.”
          From The Telegraph, right leaning but respected newspaper:
          “Police say they are investigating to find out whether the delegates knowingly took the banned drug, or were the victims of a macabre prank.”
          Neither paper has an agenda to push, neither runs with such emotive headlines.
          DW has an agenda. That is to push the alternative lifestyle, because he profits (makes a living) directly from it. I’m all for “live and let live”, DW can promote his lifestyle choices accordingly .
          But do it on merit, not on the deliberate spreading of fear and misinformation of the conventional.
          This article is so biased it even refers to “rescue crews” – it cannot even acknowledge conventional medicine when it saves homeopaths’ lives. They are Paramedics, Doctors, an Air Ambulance. All Medical Professionals, yet given no credit, and painted as “the enemy” in the majority of DW’s fear posts.

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          DQ - September 10, 2015

          Kelvin, I could not agree more!. I have been saying similar things to this. They have the burden of proving its malicious and not accidental.

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          DUH! - September 12, 2015

          Could it be that if this was slipped to them by some one else, then this was the purpose, to make the holistic community look bad with out killing them?

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          DQ - September 12, 2015

          You have to follow the evidence. Occam’s Razor is saying they were quacks experimenting with different treatment…thats it!

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          DUH! - September 12, 2015

          No that’s not it! In the very first sentence it says: “and still no clear understanding of how the tragedy unfolded.” You have nothing but unsubstantiated information that you claim to know what the truth really is. And for your information, the earth is not flat!

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          DQ - September 12, 2015

          I hate to break you bubble but this is hardly the gold standard when it
          comes to sources. This site is already guilty of pandering to its core
          demographics confirmation bias. The problem also is that regardless of
          what comes out, (even if the guys admit to taking it) it will be derided
          as propaganda by “big pharma” and eveyone will be accused of being paid
          off. People will bend the evidence to flatter the massive biases.

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          Justin - December 26, 2015

          Why is it that,when an article like these or other things that are being done deliberately.There’s always some dumb fk like you to try and make everyone believe your crap.And they always have profile pics similar to yours.I smell ass of troll!!!

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          DQ - December 26, 2015

          You have two choices – deal with what I say and show why its wrong, or call me a troll. Idiots do the latter.

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          Justin - December 27, 2015

          Well no one cares of all the education you say you’ve received.My know it all.All it amounts to is an institutionalised brainwashed idiot!!!!

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          DQ - December 27, 2015

          Ok, lets do a test. What source do you use for information?

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          DQ - December 27, 2015

          Lets do a test. What source do you use for information? Is it credible, well sourced and suable?

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          Justin - December 27, 2015

          “Many”

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          Cynthia Klahn - January 2, 2016

          My guess is the agenda of getting everyone dependent on the pharmaceutical industry needs to snuff out the competition and put the trolls to work if anyone dares to do what this wonderful site and Health Nut News are doing.

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          avocadess - September 10, 2015

          Really? I am not at all familiar with German associations and have no idea if the VDH is a group on the up and up or not. Oh well, thanks for the heads up. This is all too skewed for me to figure out and from another country no less!

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          DQ - September 11, 2015

          So why did you jump the gun like everyone here and assume they were being assassinated by “big pharma”?

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        Nolan Luijten - September 9, 2015

        Anyone who seriously thinks that they intentionally drugged themselves on this needs to check themselves. These are holistic health practitioners, in the middle of a Homeopathic Conference! Do you honestly think that 29 of them would suddenly decide that taking one of the most intense psychedelics was a great idea at around 1 o’clock in the afternoon? 2C-E is not the kind of drug you can find easily and is one that most people have never heard of, I’d be willing to bet less than 5 of those 29 actually had ever even possibly heard of it (that’s being generous). This stinks of foul play.

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          Tos Kerman - September 9, 2015

          Amphetamines aren’t psychedelics.

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          Nolan Luijten - September 11, 2015

          You’ve never actually tried 2-CE, have you? I have.

          It is certainly classed as an amphetamine, but it is extremely psychedelic. I had a much smaller dose than these guys and I was tripping my bollocks off.

          Just sayin… it’s not the kind of thing you drop in the aftenoon for a laugh. It’s a fucking intense experience, even for a seasoned psychonaut like me ;)

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          Kathrynn Donovan - September 11, 2015

          Aqua Rust is a psychedelic phenethylamine of the 2C family. Its effects have been likened to LSD, which include visual hallucinations, though experts consider it much more intense and not suitable for the uninitiated. 2C-E has been known to cause HPPD, a condition which results in hallucinations lasting long after the drug has worn off.

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          Nolan Luijten - September 12, 2015

          Thank you, that’s exactly what I replied but still waiting for my comment to be approved.. I guess because it had a link in it to the wiki entry on 2C-E clearly describing the fact that it is in fact, not an amphetamine but one of the most intense psychedelics out there.

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          Tos Kerman - October 6, 2015

          Also known as stimulant psychosis. It’s not a true psychedelic experience.

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          jksteiner1974 - March 17, 2016

          The most vivid hallucinations I’ve ever had were from methamphetamine, and I’ve done tons of acid and shrooms. So there.

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          Theresa Henderson - October 29, 2015

          drugs can be from natural sources

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        Cynthia Klahn - January 2, 2016

        Or IS THERE and you, like so many sheep I know, refuse to see.

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    bmc - September 9, 2015

    This and the report this article links to is all that I’ve seen on this. If you have solid proof they intentionally too 2C-E then please produce it. Otherwise you are just contributing to the rumor mill.

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    Mjo G. - September 9, 2015

    How can you say something like that? Where is your source? Enlighten us please. Thank you.

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    DBulla - September 10, 2015

    And we all know that the corporate media always tells us the truth. Wow.

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    Blablathingy - September 15, 2015

    And we should trust German media because…?

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    Brenda C Plourde - September 16, 2015

    why wuld they poison them selves, that makes no sense get real paul big pharm wants them out why cause . they can cure cancer an alot of illness’s making big pharm rich, do you know cancer dr get so m,uch of a incentive with money every time they use chemo on there patients??? i bet you didnt.

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    Justin - December 26, 2015

    Pappnase your a damn lier!!!! Everyone with a brain knows the media is owned and lies to us all.

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      DQ - December 26, 2015

      Anyone who invokes a conspiracy to prove a position has the burden of proof.

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        Justin - December 27, 2015

        Yeah sure! Hey troll you lost? Magic mountain is the other way!!!!!

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          DQ - December 27, 2015

          You don’t understand the burden of proof do you?. Nice red herring!

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Jeremy - September 9, 2015

This article is an utter load of bollocks. You should be ashamed of yourself perpetuating such vile rubbish. People like you are responsible for the deaths of countless numbers who choose alternative ‘medicine’ with no basis of fact because they believe that there is a giant conspiracy against them.

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    bmc - September 9, 2015

    Fine. You have some proof this is rubbish. Please produce it.

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      DQ - September 9, 2015

      You have the burden of proving its intentional poisoning – not us!

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        HealthNutNews.com - September 10, 2015

        Since you were commenting on site and this one – i’d like to say that we don’t have the burden of doing anything except letting the investigators complete their work

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          DQ - September 10, 2015

          No…he is asking to prove a negative. He has the burden. There is no evidence its anything more that quacks overdosing on something they intentionally ingested. The burden is on those saying its not as reported.

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          susandaytoday - September 10, 2015

          The only quack here is you DQ you quack like a duck spewing your false bs . This is obviously a calculated plan to harm these doctors .

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          DQ - September 10, 2015

          Based on what? Just because it flatters your confirmation bias doesn’t mean its true. This just shows you would never make a critical thinker.

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          Jason Wilson - September 19, 2015

          a critical thinker would consider the remote possibility that 29 would overdose at the same time, on purpose or “accident.” a critical thinker would research the physicians affected in order to ascertain whether these individuals were drug users, etc. A critical thinker would critically think, instead of reaching the most unlikely of conclusions. A critical thought: there is a war going on between holistic medicine and government/pharma industry. And that can be demonstrated with infinite examples.

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          DQ - September 19, 2015

          Hmmm, what does my mate Occam’s razor say? He says lets not assume to much without evidence. He says lets just assume they were experimenting with a new healing techniques and being quacks didn’t read the label. The burden is on you to prove that there is hostility or a conspiracy and if you cant prove that there is than the rest is unlikely conjecture.

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          Jason Wilson - September 19, 2015

          No one has a burden. The investigation is not complete. Your theory has no more validity than ours.

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          DQ - September 19, 2015

          He was making a claim that we have to prove it wasn’t deliberate poising . He is asking us to prove a negative when he has the burden of proof. I thought this was made clear.

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        Jason Wilson - September 19, 2015

        The likelihood that 29 holistic doctors were given nearly lethal doses of an illegal narcotic accidentally is rather remote. The likelihood that they took it intentionally is more remote. Since your theory goes against common sense, the burden is on you, since your theory is more far-fetched. Erin at HealthNutNews has done an excellent and frankly conservative job of covering the mysterious deaths of holistic doctors in the US. The pharma-funded mainstream media is totally silent. But the drug commercials roll on…;)

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          DQ - September 19, 2015

          You clearly don’t understand the burden of proof and positive and negative claims. Its not far fetched because its what was reported – unfiltered by biases. When a grown man uses the word “pharma” its a red flag that they are spitefully biased, and will expect a person to accept the burden of proving the opposite of what they believe even when its not supported by anything except their own confirmation bias.

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          Jason Wilson - September 26, 2015

          when a grown man uses the word “quack” in reference to holistic practitioners or uses the term “natural product” in a negative light is similarly showing a clear bias. You’re all full of hot air. Lets talk about how the US is one of only TWO nations on Earth that allow direct-to-consumer TV advertising for PHARMA. at the same time, you are threatened with arrest or massive fines for claiming that vitamins or herbs are good for you. Its a ludicrous joke, and an abhorrent crime. You are on the Wrong side of History, stranger.

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          DQ - September 27, 2015

          How the hell have I used “natural products” in an negative light? I have
          used it and by default it has a negative light because of all the
          quackery around it. Vitamin companies cant use that labeling because
          they got what they wanted in the 1990s. The lobbied to remove the FDA regulation on them and be treated as food. The consequence of this is that they cant make those medicinal claims like “it lowers cholesterol”.

          Also it would be false advertising anyway to make those claims as there is only a very small benefit to using them and most of the time they do nothing. Thats what they wanted and lobbied for…don’t act like its another example of the “Big Pharma ” conspiracy! You are misunderstanding history.

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    Blablathingy - September 9, 2015

    Yes Jeremy, let’s see your proof. If you’re a paid shill, you’re pretty bad at it. Anyone can spew a line of horseshit. On the contrary, there is ample evidence to support the idea that there is a “giant conspiracy” against anyone who threatens the medical and pharmaceutical industries. Cough up, or shut up.

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      DQ - September 9, 2015

      Just because someone disagrees doesn’t means their a shill. Just because we are skeptical of anti science like this. They were quacks experimenting with the wrong drugs…thats it!

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        DQ - September 10, 2015

        How well argued!!!

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    Jennifer Mitchell - September 9, 2015

    Check your history facts!!! This has been going on for a long time. Not to say the facts here are true or not, but in 1910 Big Pharma pushed out Homeopathy to stir the economy, because Homeopathy is all natural so they can’t give it a fancy name and charge out the rear!

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    Jason Wilson - September 19, 2015

    actually we have proof of the conspiracy. in the US, its Illegal to make claims that natural products are effective. at the same time, we have drug commercials every ten seconds, with side effects like suicidal tendencies. So you can’t claim vitamin C will treat cancer, but you can claim treating depression with suicide pills is a good idea. Get it, yet?

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dmprisk - September 9, 2015

I hope they use I.V vitamin C, but I don’t think the regular doctors know that I.V vitamin C can save people from amphetamine poisoning

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    Tos Kerman - September 9, 2015

    No, only the irregular armchair physicians who roam the internet know of that one. Maybe because it’s bogus?

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    Mike - January 28, 2016

    LAWL

    I bet you think Vitamin C cures cancer as well.

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      The Great Debator - April 11, 2016

      TROLL !

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NMx - September 9, 2015

I’m sure it was all just an accident…. NOT… Big Pharma … Big, Greedy Pharma doesn’t like anyone to actually heal people… they just want to keep you sick for a lifetime on their deadly, expensive drugs…

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Jennifer Mitchell - September 9, 2015

I highly doubt it was an accident. The only way to stand up to them is keep training Holistic Wellness Practitioners. They can’t kill us all before we help enough people to hopefully put them out of business. There is a place for both Holistic and Alopathic medicine, but pretty soon Big Pharma won’t have one. The world is changing, they can either destroy it or get on board, either way we can’t let them take over!!!

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    Tos Kerman - September 9, 2015

    There is a place for allopathic medicine; in the history books.

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      Jason Wilson - September 19, 2015

      Yes, actually that’s right. Allopathic medicine has been practiced throughout history! Then we sort of lost our way. But now, with most of us sick from foods and drugs approved by the FDA and the CDC, we are catching on to the fact that there is a good deal of profit in keeping people sick. And we are looking to natural, safer and more effective alternatives! And those of us who are awake and care: we aren’t going away, Tos. Get used to it.

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        Cynthia Klahn - January 2, 2016

        They will have to kill me to shut me up!

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        CoilyCue - April 8, 2016

        We lost our way because we killed off the cultures that had been practicing allopathic and holistic medicine for thousands of years.

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      craiggnt - September 22, 2015

      The same can be side for religion but clergy are not dying under suspicious circumstances. Whether something actually works or not ,it does not warrant death. If this was a poisoning from outside sourses it needs to be delt with regardless of who it affected.

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      Juniper_Sprinkles - September 28, 2015

      why do you say that, Tos kerman ?

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    Jason Wilson - September 19, 2015

    You’re damn right, Jennifer! Shame on you people supporting the pharmaceutical cartel and its tyrannical Washington DC lobby, with drug commercials every five seconds (that’s not allowed in any other nation except New Zealand). Poison is not medicine. Propaganda is not truth. Nature is not flawed. Vaccines are not safe or effective. And any lawyer will tell you: most drugs will result in a lawsuit, but not before they kill and maim thousands or millions.

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      ChannelSixtyNine69 - January 9, 2016

      Amusing when Anti-vaxxers won’t let their children be vaccinated, yet they themselves were. Vaccines do not do harm. Even your own stupidity is not evidence of vaccine poisoning. If vaccinating your child is harmful, why is it that anti-vaxxers are happy for children of normal parents to be vaccinated to help protect yours? And the idea of “Infection Parties” is a vile form of child abuse.

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        The Great Debator - April 11, 2016

        Oh my god ! you really are crazy.

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          ChannelSixtyNine69 - April 12, 2016

          Do everyone else a favour and keep your disease carrying little turds at home away from schools.

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          The Great Debator - April 23, 2016

          You need to be locked up as you clearly don’t care about the damage the vaccines are doing to children including your own. You are one dangerous brainwashed individual.

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          ChannelSixtyNine69 - April 26, 2016

          “You need to be locked up”

          No, you have that backwards. It’s always those who aren’t vaccinated that are locked up. It’s called, wait for it….. “QUARANTINE”. I’m sure you have heard of that. It’s when you turd bags are carrying a dangerously virulent bacterium or virus and need to be QUARANTINED so you don’t infect others and cause a pandemic.

          “You are one dangerous brainwashed individual.”

          You wrote that statement without any trace of irony didn’t you, LOL.

          You still haven’t stated whether you yourself are vaccinated, I’m guessing you have. Apart from being an idiot (not attributed to the vaccines you’ve had) it seems little damage has been done to you.

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          The Great Debator - April 26, 2016

          LMAO Typical response from a Vaccine are Dangerous Deniers mouth. If these vaccines are so damn good why are you worried about your kids catching the disease they are supposed to be Vaccinated against.

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          ChannelSixtyNine69 - April 29, 2016

          Is this worth going on with? Probably not, but anyway, Great Mastabator, babies can’t be vaccinated until after 6 months of age. There have been cases of unvaccinated people coming into homes and passing whatever they have onto the baby and the baby dies.

          If you have never heard of cases like that, you are beneath contempt. You still haven’t indicated that you are vaccinated. Embarrassed?

          One last thing, how do you think smallpox was essentially wiped out? By vaccinating the population. The same goes for polio and diphtheria. Without vaccines these two diseases would still be running riot around the world.

          How do you think they were brought under control and eventually eradicated in the Western World? GOD?!!!!

          You have the same mindset as the primitives who call themselves the Taliban, they consider vaccines as trying to sterilise the Muslim population.

          If only that were true.

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          Ladydonnalands - April 29, 2016

          You are so wrong in your first paragraph. Vaccination starts at birth through the age 18. You obviously missed the memo in your talking points! Tsk…Tsk.

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          The Great Debator - April 29, 2016

          So by the sounds of things you want everyone over the age 0f 6 months to be vaccinated against every disease known to man just so that they cannot pass any disease to a baby younger then 6 months. You are insane and thank God nobody else in power has your views. Your views are that of a Troll paid for by Big Pharma to promote their toxic cr@p.

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          ChannelSixtyNine69 - April 30, 2016

          God with a capital G eh? You’re a fantasist, that places you beneath contempt and not worth communicating with any longer.

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          The Great Debator - April 30, 2016

          lol the Troll has lost the argument and runs off in disgust to hide. Goodbye and please don’t come back to spread your lies. Although knowing Trolls you probably will have to return as you have to have the last word.

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          Stormy Gabriel - August 21, 2016

          Vaccines I agree with when used for a purpose as eradicating a disease, but these so-called preventive vaccines I believe are the death of many – like the one to protect against cervical cancer. More women contract breast cancer as opposed to cervical cancer. Medical Science has gone too far.

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          QueenAnnesLace - August 5, 2016

          Not crazy. Well-paid pharma troll. Ignore

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        441019 - September 15, 2016

        Thousands of parents have seen their normal child regress into autism after the MMR vaccination at 12 months or 15 months. In the past, autism was extremely rare, 1 in 10,000; now about 1 out of 45 children is autistic–mostly boys. The movie “VAXXED” is about how the CDC did find some connection between autism and the MMR vaccine. If the vaccine was given on schedule, the risk of a child developing autism was higher than if the vaccine was given at an older age. Also, African-American children were at higher risk. But the CDC decided to cover up this information, according Dr. Thompson, a whistleblower.

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    Joe Clam - September 21, 2015

    No, the way to stand up to them is with the same kind of black ops they’re running.

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    Stormy Gabriel - August 21, 2016

    You are so right Jennifer. God Bless you for your intuitive knowledge and the will to share with others of your ideology. So many of us would live healthier less complex lives if we only would go holistic as much as possible using what God has placed in nature for us to heal ourselves. Instead many are so brainwashed into believing those who have studied from a book and make an amalgam mockery of his Lush plant life natural medicine into a pill.

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      Jennifer Steward - August 28, 2016

      Thank you! I feel we need to use Natural Cures as much as possible. Although sometimes we may also need to see a regular doctor and I feel both can be integrated to create better health.

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HealthNutNews.com - September 9, 2015

Honored for the links in the article- thanks Dave. Appreciate you sharing this information. XO Erin Elizabeth

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Mitchell Wilson - September 11, 2015

I have seen cases similar to this and it was caused by mixing several well known useful ingredients together with some that were not normally mixed, it created a toxic combination.

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Blablathingy - September 15, 2015

I don’t want to jump to any conclusions or anything but this is starting to look like a witch hunt. Can’t have anyone out there doing doing any of that devil-worship “magic” – all those sinful pagan shenanigas. Using nature’s gifts to actually heal people and such.

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Blablathingy - September 16, 2015

And haven’t any of the victims spoken yet? What condition are they in? Have any been released, will they need to be hospitalized until the effects completely clear, don’t they have families and has anyone said anything regarding their experience? Are they all in comas? Are they quarantined? Being given lobotomies or what? I would feel very unsafe being treated by the same industry that may have had a hand in my overdose.

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Jeremy L - September 16, 2015

A bunch of wackos trip balls on a hallucinogen and somehow it’s big pharma attacking “alternative” medicine….alternative medicine isn’t medicine, it’s a scam.

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    Jason Wilson - September 19, 2015

    Scam? Using natural products, over expensive drugs that kill and maim millions of people on record? Its a scam that we don’t need lab-produced, overpriced drugs to enjoy the human experience? The scam is that the pharma industry is the most influential in Washington DC.

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      DQ - September 19, 2015

      Natural products kill millions across the world. Countries that still rely in part on natural remedies are always the sickest and create the most flues and disease. Funny that!! Like the quack that executed Steve Jobs its a fraud!!

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        Jason Wilson - September 26, 2015

        you can’t substantiate that with a source or two can you? because the multitudes that die due to malpractice by mainstream medical practitioners are well-known. all these lawyers on TV aren’t suing natural producers. They’re suing over pharmaceuticals. LOL. So your argument is: Nature is Deadly! Lets pay lots of money to people who get routinely sued for dangerous synthetics! Brilliant!

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          DQ - September 26, 2015

          Off-course malpractice by mainstream medical practitioners are
          well-known because its a highly regulated industry where all records are
          kept and tallied. Do you think this goes on with natural remedies
          companies?. The guy who executed Steve Jobs, is his stats being tracked
          and tallied? Off course not. Even if I provided a link you would use
          your default fallback argument and say “those studies were paid for by
          Merck” and ignore them. So whats the point?

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    DQ - September 19, 2015

    Exactly brother!

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kebcreation - September 16, 2015

90 minutes to respond? I would say this was deliberate. If Pharma will sell dangerous drugs and call them medicine whoever is behind this agenda would not hesitate to poison a conference of natural alternative competitors. I would say this is more than a mistake or coincidence.

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Brenda C Plourde - September 16, 2015

well over 29 of these great drs have been killed with no reason, the ones left are being very careful someone wants them out of the way, i believe its big pharam cause there looseing money every time a cancer patient gets cured, an the cancer Drs get paid every time they use chemo on patients . its pretty clear to me whos behind it ,it you ppl can’t see then keep taking chemo an keep dieing

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BC - September 19, 2015

You know quite well it wasn’t taken intentionally..

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Joe Clam - September 21, 2015

Why IN THE HELL would they have taken it deliberately, and by what stretch of language are they characterizing the alternative option, a mass poisoning, as a “prank”?

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Juniper_Sprinkles - September 28, 2015

Big pharma is clearly feeling very threatened. Gonazalez one of the men they murdered had a cure to pancreatic cancer, and another man Bradstreet was about to blow the whistle on some important evidence linking vaccines to autism.

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robynk - October 24, 2015

I would not be surprised to learn Big Pharma has a separate budget for these type of “activities.” They are as evil as Big Oil & Gas, Big Government, etc. We need to take control of our lives back.

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Theresa Henderson - October 29, 2015

so the article clearly states NOTHING. people were poisoned at a convention-on purpose or accidental? no one knows yet this is making it seem like it was on purpose because of their occupation-where is the proof . good grief people

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HereWeGoAgain - November 1, 2015

The New World Order supporters once again rearing their ugly heads.

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trf - November 4, 2015

satanists run those pharmaceutical industries and satanists only could get to this point of evil (and beyond).
There is a very real and dangerous hidden mafia in society and we the people must fight it all over again.

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mjw1952 - November 9, 2015

Bizarre prank? That is an understatement. Sounds more like intentional drugging, which must be illegal.

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Lesley Earl - November 23, 2015

this is NOT a prank and no one should be calling it such. This was /is an assault.

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paladin867 - November 25, 2015

This means only one thing, A satanic depopulation agenda is at play.

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Sally Oh - December 27, 2015

“Police say they are investigating to find out whether the delegates knowingly took the banned drug or were the victims of a macabre prank.” What a ridiculous notion that participants at a holistic conference knowingly took any drug at all! Nor was it a macabre prank. What about attempted murder? In any other circumstance, that would be their top concern.

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Mike - January 28, 2016

Confirmation bias is rampant among the paranoid set

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Iris Brand - January 29, 2016

First time I’ve seen this on Facebook Jan 29, 2016. Came over to read the UNDATED article. Good grief! What serious writer doesn’t date his stuff. The only way I could see this was old news was the (5 months ago) post below by Jennifer Mitchell. Undated articles should carry zero weight until you can prove the event is not satire. If you;re a serious writer, DATE YOUR PAPERS! I still have no idea if this is true because the writer also failed to include reference links which will require me to do further research into the matter with no help from the writer at all to prove what he writes is true. My advice, go back to school. You missed something!

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Mike - March 14, 2016

Jesus, I hope they didn’t try taking their own snake oil. Holy mackerel that could be deadly!

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Deb K - May 17, 2016

On 29 June 2015, Theresa Sievers was bludgeoned to death in her Florida home. An investigation into Sievers’ murder remains open, and law enforcement officials have declined
to comment on what they’ve found so far. But again, we were unable to
turn up any evidence suggesting Sievers had an adversarial relationship
with the FDA or any other large, powerful public health agencies before
she was brutally murdered, and whoever killed her left a remarkable
amount of evidence (incongruent with a calculated corporate hit).

On 28 February 2016, 47-year-old Mark Sievers (Dr. Sievers’ spouse) was arrested and charged with second-degree murder in what police alleged was a for-hire plot to cash in on several life-insurance policies.

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Andy - June 20, 2016

This is just big pharma doing what it does best: Murder

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David Brandenburg - August 25, 2016

its a safe bet that Big Pharma and the orthodox medical community had a hand in this, as they have been trying to kill off homeopathic medicines for close to a hundred years now!. and they ARE willing to kill to protect that 560 Billion plus dollars, they make off of Cancer patients alone!. frankly I think everyone who has worked for the FDA in the last 30 plus years, should be tried for something like involentary manslaughter at the minimum. and that they should cane all of the directors for the last 40 years, and then try them and lock them up!. I just love taking medicine that has side effects that are identical to my disease, makes me wonder if I had it to start with or did they give it to me.

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Jennifer Steward - August 28, 2016

As I read through the comments of this article posted over a year ago, I realized that some of you don’t know the definition of Allopathic Medicine. Per Wikipedia – Allopathic medicine is an expression commonly used by homeopaths and proponents of other forms of alternative medicine to refer to mainstream medical use of pharmacologically active agents or physical interventions to treat or suppress symptoms or pathophysiologic processes of diseases or conditions. Just an fyi! Especially since some of the comments are referencing it as something else!!!

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