“A few years ago when I first started noticing people had crooked faces, I could not have imagined the chase it would lead me on. It started as a simple search for what was causing our lopsided smiles and misaligned eyes, but over the next two years, it would transform and focus every waking (and sometimes sleeping) hour of my existence into an attempt to understand if crooked faces might actually be a common thread that tied all of the ‘modern’ diseases together.” ~ Forrest Maready, “A Note from the Author,” Crooked
By Catherine Austin Fitts
Forrest Maready is the author of The Autism Vaccine, an intimate history of the tragic consequences of a hundred years of injecting metals into American children. In Crooked: Man-Made Disease Explained, Maready expands his search to examine the far-reaching damage done to humans from ingesting, inhaling, and being injected with metals.
Maready’s investigation started after he noticed more and more people with crooked smiles and eyes out of alignment. A review of older photographs showed that this was a relatively recent phenomenon. Knowledgeable about the devastating damage done by metals in vaccines, Maready was curious to see if metals toxicity was a wider phenomenon that might explain far more human suffering than just autism.
What he found was astonishing. In Crooked, Maready describes his search for the symptoms and causes of metals poisoning and outlines the theories he developed. In the process, he discusses: ADHD, allergies, anemia, asthma, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), Crohn’s disease, type 1 diabetes, eating disorders, eczema, fibromyalgia, hearing disorders, heart disease, lupus, lyme disease, multiple sclerosis, PANDAS/PANS, Parkinson’s disease, POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome), rheumatoid arthritis, sarcoidosis, sensory processing disorder, tics, Tourette syndrome, tuberous sclerosis complex, ulcerative colitis, and Zika.
Maready researches, thinks, and writes at a very high level of integrity. He does not try to embrace an official orthodoxy. When he arrives at a position of opposition to vaccines, it is because that is where the facts lead. This is an enormous relief after listening to a score of people fighting against vaccine mandates who nevertheless keep insisting that they are not against vaccines. Why? Is this supposed to make us acceptable to corporate news networks funded by pharmaceutical advertisements? Why are they not against vaccines? Where is the hard evidence that vaccines have ever worked—have ever been “safe” and “effective”?
This is the point in the conversation where the declared success of the polio vaccine is often cited. Maready covers that misrepresentation in his excellent story of polio and the polio vaccine, The Moth in the Iron Lung. Stay tuned for that book review next. After I used Maready’s work to counter the narrative that a “safe and effective” polio vaccine conquered polio, a subscriber insisted the cowpox vaccination had been effective, to which I replied with the following:
“Cancer was practically unknown until compulsory vaccination with cowpox vaccine began to be introduced. I have had to deal with two hundred cases of cancer, and I never saw a case of cancer in an unvaccinated person.” ~ Dr. W.B. Clarke, MD
Go to Maready’s website and buy copies of all of his books. Go to your local library and insist they get copies, too. Send copies to your doctors and your nurse practitioners. Send copies to your loved ones who take responsibility for their health. These books will infuse you and yours with actionable intelligence about your health and the world around you. Facts matter. This is knowledge that will sabotage the worst elements of the pharmaceutical and biotech industries and the investors who are profiting from “the great poisoning.”
In short, reading and circulating Maready’s books is a revolutionary act in the service of humanity—starting with your health and the health of the children you love.
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unvaccinated by Forrest Maready