Types Of Doctors
Doctors come in two types. Those that went into the profession as a means to access a respected, lucrative, money generating career and little else. They have few principles or morals – these are the first type. Sadly in latter years there have been many of them sloshing about in the medical field. A TV documentary a few years back noted that the two professions that seemed to attract the most people with psychopathic tendencies were surgeons and top bankers. We all know that those that are the puppet masters in this political system of things are ALL psychopaths – we all know who the suspects are – Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab, George Sorros etc etc – the henchmen of the controlling cult – the Cabal. Willing doctors who care mostly for their egos, wealth and prestige, they are happy to suck on the money teat of those people mentioned above with no humanitarian conscience. They don’t care a fig about human suffering or death on a genocidal scale.
The second group of doctors went into the profession as caring humanitarians with compassion, empathy and a desire to take suffering away, cure people of their illnesses and to do their level best for their patients. These are the ones who care deeply for their fellow man. They are also the ones who have spoken out against this hoax pandemic and especially the experimental mRNA so called ‘vaccine’. This ‘vaccination’ programme falls outside the boundaries of the legal definition of a vaccine. Over 50,000 doctors, scientists, medical researchers and lawyers have expressed their great concern by signing up to the Great Barrington Declaration.
Another organisation that feels very strongly about this travesty is the World Doctors Alliance. Please click on the WDA graphic to the right for more information. Latest CDC data shows: 329 DEATHS + 9,516 OTHER INJURIES REPORTED to date during the beginning of this Covid experimental ‘vaccine’ roll-out. If you have a calculator, work out how many will die if this madness continues and seven and a half BILLION people are vaccinated across the globe – as Bill Gates and Co. have said they want done. But not everyone is asleep, or in ignorance, or just carrying out orders.
Listen to what some of the leading medical scientists and doctors have said about this pandemic hoax and experimental vaccines that’s come in it’s wake – which was the end game plan all along. To go to a previous BGB article titled ‘The Covid-19 VACCINE – What You Need To Know From The REAL Medical Experts‘ click on the button below and then scroll down to the video:
Dr. Vernon Coleman
As witnessed in this distressing and very emotional video below, Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA, explains why doctors and nurses giving the Covid-19 experimental ‘vaccine’ should be tried as war criminals. Dr. Coleman obviously falls into the second category of doctors mentioned above, and those who are in the first category grieve him immensely – as you’ll see at the end of this short film, that has been reproduced by BGB.
It is shocking to see the effects this evil – that has descended on mankind – has had on honest, genuine, and dedicated people like Vernon Coleman. His hard work during this pandemic scare to bring the truth to as many as possible is legend among those of us who care and worry greatly for the state of humanity over the last twelve months.
Dr. Vernon Coleman’s Biography:
Vernon Coleman was educated at Queen Mary’s Grammar School in Walsall, Staffs. He then spent a year as a Community Service Volunteer in Liverpool where he was the first of Alec Dickson’s ‘catalysts’. (Ref 1 below). He studied medicine at Birmingham Medical School and qualified as a doctor in 1970. He has worked both in hospitals and as a GP. He resigned from the health service on a matter of principle.
Vernon Coleman has organised many campaigns concerning iatrogenesis, drug addiction and the abuse of animals and has given evidence to committees at the House of Commons and the House of Lords. For example, he gave evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on Animals in Scientific Procedures (2001-2) on Tuesday 12.2.02
Dr Coleman’s campaigns have often proved successful. For example, after a 15 year campaign (which started in 1973) he eventually persuaded the British Government to introduce stricter controls governing the prescribing of benzodiazepine tranquillisers. (`Dr Vernon Coleman’s articles, to which I refer with approval, raised concern about these important matters,’ said the Parliamentary Secretary for Health in the House of Commons in 1988.)
Dr Coleman has worked as a columnist for numerous national newspapers including The Sun, The Daily Star, The Sunday Express, Sunday Correspondent and The People. He once wrote three columns at the same time for national papers (he wrote them under three different names, Dr Duncan Scott in The Sunday People, Dr James in The Sun and Dr Vernon Coleman in the Daily Star). At the same time he was also writing weekly columns for the Evening Times in Glasgow and for the Sunday Scot. His syndicated columns have appeared in over 50 regional newspapers in the United Kingdom and his columns and articles have appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world. Dr Coleman resigned from The People in 2003 when the editor refused to print a column criticising the Government’s decision to start the Iraq War.
He has contributed articles and stories to hundreds of other publications including The Sunday Times, Observer, Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Express, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, Punch, Woman, Woman’s Own, The Lady, Spectator and British Medical Journal. He was the founding editor of the British Clinical Journal. For many years he wrote a monthly newsletter called Dr Vernon Coleman’s Health Letter. He has worked with the Open University and has lectured doctors and nurses on a variety of medical matters.
Vernon Coleman has presented numerous programmes on television and radio and was the original breakfast television doctor on TV AM. He was television’s first agony uncle (on BBC1’s The Afternoon Show) and presented three TV series based on his bestselling book Bodypower.
In the 1980s he wrote the algorithms for the first computerised health programmes – which sold around the world to those far-sighted individuals who had bought the world’s first home computers.
His books have been published in the UK by Arrow, Pan, Penguin, Corgi, Mandarin, Star, Piatkus, RKP, Thames and Hudson, Sidgwick and Jackson, Macmillan and many other leading publishing houses and translated into 25 languages. English language versions sell in the USA, Australia, Canada and South Africa as well as the UK. Several of his books have appeared on both the Sunday Times and Bookseller bestseller lists.
Altogether, he has written over 100 books which have, together, sold over two million copies in the UK alone. His self-published novel Mrs Caldicot’s Cabbage War has been turned into an award winning film (starring Pauline Collins, John Alderton and Peter Capaldi) and the book is, like many of his other novels, available in an audio version. Vernon Coleman has co-written five books with his wife, Donna Antoinette Coleman and has, in addition, written numerous articles (and books) under a vast variety of pennames (many of which he has now forgotten).
He has never had a proper job (in the sense of working for someone else in regular, paid employment, with a cheque or pay packet at the end of the week or month) but he has had freelance and temporary employment in many forms. He has, for example, been employed as: magician’s assistant, postman, fish delivery van driver, production line worker, disc jockey, chemical laboratory assistant, author, publisher, draughtsman, meals on wheels driver, feature writer, drama critic, book reviewer, columnist, surgeon, police surgeon, industrial medical officer, social worker, night club operator, property developer, magazine editor, general practitioner, private doctor, television presenter, radio presenter, agony aunt, university lecturer, casualty doctor and care home assistant. He has received numerous awards and was for some time a Professor of Holistic Medical Sciences at the Open International University based in Sri Lanka.
Vernon Coleman collects books and has a larger library than most towns. A list of his favourite authors would require another book. He has never been much of an athlete, though he once won a certificate for swimming a width of the public baths in Walsall (which was, at the time, in Staffordshire but has now, apparently, been moved elsewhere) and once swam a mile for charity (he took so long that everyone else had gone home by the time he finished). He doesn’t like yappy dogs, big snarly dogs with saliva dripping from their fangs or people who think that wearing a uniform automatically gives them status and rights over everyone else. He likes trains, dislikes planes and used to like cars until spoilsports invented speed cameras, bus lanes and car parks where the spaces are so narrow that only the slimmest of vehicles will fit in. He is inordinately fond of cats, likes pens and notebooks and used to enjoy watching cricket until the authorities sold out and allowed people to paint slogans on the grass. His interests and hobbies include animals, books, photography, drawing, chess, backgammon, cinema, philately, billiards, sitting in cafés and on benches and collecting Napoleana and old books that were written and published before dust wrappers were invented. He likes log fires and bonfires, motor racing and music by Beethoven, Mozart and Mahler and dislikes politicians, bureaucrats and cauliflower cheese. He likes videos but loathes DVDs. He obtains enormous pleasure from watching birds, squirrels, badgers, foxes and other wildlife.
In real life Vernon Coleman has homes in England and France but in his heart he lives in the delightful if isolated village of Bilbury in Devon where he and his wife have designed for themselves a unique world to sustain and nourish them in these dark and difficult times. He enjoys malt whisky, toasted muffins and old films. He is devoted to Donna Antoinette who is the kindest, sweetest, most sensitive woman a man could hope to meet and who, as an undeserved but welcome bonus, makes the very best roast parsnips on the planet.
Vernon Coleman: Bestselling Author
His books have been published in the UK by Arrow, Pan, Penguin, Corgi, Mandarin, Star, Piatkus, RKP, Thames and Hudson, Sidgwick and Jackson, Macmillan and many other leading publishing houses. His books have been translated into 25 languages and English versions sell in America, Australia, Canada and South Africa as well as the UK. Several have appeared on both the Sunday Times and Bookseller bestseller lists. He has written over 100 books which have, together, sold over two million copies in the UK alone. His novel Mrs Caldicot’s Cabbage War has been filmed and is, like many of his other novels, available in an audio version. His books include: The Medicine Men (1975), Paper Doctors (1976), Stress Control (1978), Tunnel (1980), The Good Medicine Guide (1982), Bodypower (1983), Thomas Winsden’s Cricketing Almanack (1983), Bodysense (1984), Life Without Tranquillisers (1985), Mindpower (1986), Know Yourself (1988), Alice’s Diary (1989), Village Cricket Tour (1990), Eat Green Lose Weight (1990), Why Animal Experiments Must Stop (1991), Alice’s Adventures (1992), Bilbury Chronicles (1992), Betrayal of Trust (1994), Food for Thought (1994, 2000), The Man Who Inherited a Golf Course (1995), People Watching (1995), How To Stop Your Doctor Killing You (1996, 2003), Alice and Other Friends (1996), Spiritpower (1997), Superbody (1999), How To Live Longer (2001), Paris in My Springtime (2002), England Our England (2002), Rogue Nation (2003), People Push Bottles Up Peaceniks (2003), Confronting the Global Bully (2004), Too Many Clubs and Not Enough Balls (2005), Animal Experiments Simple Truths (2006), Coleman’s Laws (2007), Oil Apocalypse (2007), Gordon is a Moron (2007), Mr Henry Mulligan (2007), The OFPIS File (2008), Cat Tales (2008), What Happens Next? (2009), Moneypower (2009), Bilbury Pudding (2009), Bloodless Revolution (2009), 101 Things I Have Learned (2010), The 100 Greatest Englishmen and Englishwomen (2010), 2020 (2010). He has co-written four books with his wife, Donna Antoinette Coleman.
Vernon Coleman: Journalist
He has worked as a columnist for numerous national newspapers including The Sun, The Daily Star, The Sunday Express and The People and has written columns for over 50 regional newspapers. His columns and articles have appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world. He has contributed articles to hundreds of other publications including The Sunday Times, Observer, Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Express, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, Punch, Woman, Woman’s Own, The Lady, Spectator and British Medical Journal. He was the founding editor of the British Clinical Journal. He was for some years one of the highest paid columnists in Britain.
Vernon Coleman: Broadcaster
He has presented numerous programmes on television and radio and was the original breakfast television doctor. He was television’s first agony uncle (on BBC1’s The Afternoon Show). He has presented three TV series based on his bestselling book Bodypower.
Vernon Coleman: Doctor
He qualified as a doctor in 1970 and has worked both in hospitals and as a GP. He is still registered and licensed to practice as a GP principal. He has founded and organised many campaigns concerning iatrogenesis, drug addiction and the abuse of animals and has given evidence to committees at the House of Commons and House of Lords. Dr Coleman’s campaigns have often proved successful. For example, after a 15 year campaign (which started in 1973) he eventually persuaded the British Government to introduce stricter controls governing the prescribing of benzodiazepine tranquillisers. `Dr Vernon Coleman’s articles, to which I refer with approval, raised concern about these important matters,’ said Edwina Currie, Parliamentary Secretary for health in the House of Commons in 1988.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to make a proper informed decision before consenting to have a vaccine, more importantly the new experimental Pfizer ‘vaccine’ for Covid-19.
I would further recommend that you buy a spare copy (the paperback version is only around £3.90), and give it as a present to your GP. He or she is probably as uninformed as the rest of the public about the risks of consenting to have this experimental vaccine injected into your body to modify your genes. I hope they are in the Coleman category and not another Harold Shipman!
Vernon Coleman’s books can be viewed on Amazon – where they are exclusively distributed:
Further Critical Viewing: Dr. Judy Mikovits PhD in Conversation With Dr. Joseph Mercola.
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