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Kory seeks refuge on the reservation
Alternative Medicine & Tribal Law
In an interesting plot twist it appears Pierre Kory one of the founders of alternative treatment promoters FLCCC is now practising under the jurisdiction of the Crow Indian tribe.
2023 appears to be the year when consequences have started catching up with those who have promoted alternative treatments which has led to the harm of their patients.
Is Kory seeking to protect himself through tribal law? His medical licence is due to expire in October.
First Nation Medical Board provides licences for practitioners of alternatives medicines, while this is designed to protect the traditions of Indigenous Americans it appears the alternative treatments industry adjacent and interlinked to the anti-vax movement is taking advantage of tribal law.
A number of concerns have been raised besides the effort to avoid accountability. How many others will follow Kory in applying for alternative medicine licences? Could we an see alternative medicine industry growing on reservations in a similar manner to the gambling industry?
While gambling has in some examples provided economic benefits there is also evidence of societal harms, leading to concerns that the efforts of the alternative medicine industry to protect itself could have a detrimental impact on the health of Indigenous Americans. For instance CDC data in 2022 shows that only 68.5% of Indigenous Americans had completed primary series vaccination.
The Turtle Healing Band Clinic under the Native American Crow Tribe provides an example of the kind of clinics we could see proliferating.
The clinic also sells structuring unit which are designed to restructure “normal water” into the hexagonal “structured water” of natural rainwater which they claim provides a greater level of hydration.
Kory’s leading role in the alternative treatments trade
Having been a key character involved in the claims that ivermectin was an effective covid treatment and founding FLCCC, Kory is also closely involved with the World Council for Health that acts as an international umbrella group for groups promoting alternative treatments. The organisation has published his claims that covid vaccines cause cancer and offers “spike treatment” that it claims can remove the effects of covid vaccines from the body.
Details on the links between AFLD, FLCCC, the British Ivermectin Research Development group and the World Council for health below.
The Conspiracy Circuit
Kory appears to be on a world tour of what appears to becoming an international circuit of conferences and speaking gigs. A carousel of the same speakers are shuffling around the globe at these paid ticketed events seeking to promote their wares and sell merchandise.
Examples include a Swedish conference in January and the International Covid Summit in May.
The summit website hosts the World Freedom Declaration stating the freedom movements demands. Below are the final demands, a call for Nuremberg 2.0.
A detailed look at the World Freedom Movement below.
A number of the MEPs involved in summit have also been promoting the Reignite Freedom campaign organised by the World Council for Health. Other speakers at the event included Robert Malone and Nick Hudson the founder of Pandata.
In May Kory also attended an Arizona event sponsored by RFK Jr.
At the start of June Kory was at the World Council for Health's Better Way conferencr in the UK. The event provided a smorgasbord of conspiracy theorists from anti-vax and 5G, to 9/11 and faked UFO invasions.
As has often been said before, the aim of the anti-science movement is to undermine public healthcare, and this latest tactic should be monitored in case it does become a growing trend.