- Sep 01, 2023
Dr. Malone was telling Daniel Nagase, MD ‘Don't talk about reverse transcription and DNA integration’ in 2021
Excerpt Transcript from Excerpt from video: Fired for Telling the Truth—Doctors Under Attack!
Interviewer: Curtis Cost
Guest: Daniel Nagase MD
Okay, thank you. Wow, I am so honored to be on this panel because I haven't done 1/10 of 1% of what the rest of the panel has done. So I'm very, very honored to be amongst you. My story in brief was I'm an emergency doctor started off as urban emergency doctor. And after a few years, I moved on to rural emergency medicine, because it was more difficult and challenging to save lives when you don't have ample hospital resources, the latest equipment and specialists everywhere.
So one day, it was September 11 2021. I was in a small hospital where I never worked before called Rimbey Hospital in Alberta, Canada. And there was three critically ill elderly patients two in their mid 70s, one in her in her mid 90s. They all had crackles from the basis of their lungs to the apicies. They were all in the COVID Ward, struggling to breathe. And I realized you know what, unless I do something, all three are going to end up on mechanical ventilators.
Now by the fall of 2021, the extreme mortality rate with COVID pneumonia following mechanical ventilation was well known. So I gave each of the three patients a dose of ivermectin. 18 hours later, there was a clinical recovery, the crackles were gone. Like I've never seen anything work that fast. 18 hours after point five milligrams per kilogram of ivermectin po their lungs were clear. Now I gave a few other things like Ventolin Flowvent, Pulmcourt, just standard therapies that, that we've given for decades in viral pneumonia, and are also getting vitamin C and B and zinc.
The next day, September 12 2021, I lost my job. And all the work assignments that I had scheduled for the rest of the year, throughout Alberta, BC, Alberta, in all the small rural hospitals, all my work assignments were cancelled. So after I was cancelled, it actually expanded my life quite a bit, because now I got to talk about all the knowledge I had about the dangers of mRNA injections. Because I did a cell biology and physiology degree at McGill. That was from 1995 to 1999. So from the moment they announced mRNA, I started chatting with the nurses and the doctors I work with, it's like, hey, you know, mRNA is pretty dangerous stuff hasn't been used in people before, you should wait and see what the side effects are before jumping on this bandwagon.
There's a extreme likelihood, extreme danger of genotoxicity, autoimmunity, what are you doing getting your own cells to produce an antigen that you're supposed to produce an antibody to? That's a really risky, you know, cellular procedure, getting your own body to produce antigens, that your own body fights. That's the That's a that's begging for autoimmune disease. And then with mRNA technology and the existence of reverse transcriptase, which has been known since the 70s. It's extreme risk for cancer, genetic alteration, integration of mRNA, transcripts reverse transcribed into the DNA.
So this is a potentially species changing event, giving everyone mRNA injections. And, you know, like, I would very tactfully and discreetly offer my thoughts to my co workers. And for the most part, they were like, ‘oh, yeah, Daniel, you're such a nerd. You have your degree from McGill.’ ‘They're there,’ you know. And then they would ignore me.
So being fired, in a way was a blessing, because I got to talk about and I got to share the knowledge that I had acquired. When I was an undergrad at McGill. I got to share my knowledge about mRNA.
My first really big public speech about that was in November, November 3 2021, about a month and a half after I got fired.
What amazed me is the speed at which Deep State and controlled opposition jumped on me. I'm just like a nobody emergency doctor in Canada, right?
And all of a sudden, I was on a zoom call with Robert Malone and Malone was telling me ‘Don't talk about reverse transcription and DNA integration.’
Like wow, what hornet's nest did I just step on?
And so this is the interesting thing is people asked me when did I first wake up the first time I woke up was actually September 11 2001. And that was when the Twin Towers went down. And I thought, oh, that doesn't look right, that doesn't look like an airplane crash.
Ever since then I've kept an eye out for the other side of the news, the narratives that aren't being shared on mainstream media. And you know, over 20 years, I accumulated quite a bit of very interesting knowledge. Now, that interesting knowledge combined with my habits of thought, as an emergency doctor, so my philosophy as an emergency doctor is, if you don't find the source of the problem, you're not really solving the problem. So it led to a habit and pattern of thought where a., I was always looking for the source of the problem, I would never stop looking until I found the actual cause. The second thing that I learned from emergency doc, emergency doctoring, is to not believe or have faith in a particular diagnosis.
The reason being, those two words, belief and faith, tend to stop further questioning.
So being a simple emergency doctor who tries to get problems solved fast, I simply divided everything, all the information that came into me, and my thought process into ‘what do I know?’ And ‘what do I not know?’
I might think something, I might suspect something. But until I really know it, do I really know it?
So those two words disappeared from my thought process. After a decade and a half of emergency doctoring. I no longer believed in diagnosis, I no longer had faith, and it just ended up in the category of my mind where I don't know, and I have to do further questions and thoughts to find it out.
So that combined with 20 years of ‘conspiracy knowledge,’ led me to really search hard. Why is this occurring? Why is this tyranny coming? Coming across all of medicine across the entire world? What is the root cause of everything that we've seen for the past three years? To me, it seems like it was fear.
Curtis Cost: 07:25
Thank you very much.