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Here’s Why I Am Screaming NO on Dr. Oz For the Pennsylvania Senate GOP Primary; Find Out His Globalist Ties


Earlier this week, Dr. Mehmet Oz threw his hat in the race for Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate seat.

Dr. Oz launched his campaign in the GOP Primary following the exit of Sean Parnell for allegedly abusing his wife and children.

In our earlier report, we discussed several points that indicate Dr. Oz may be a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

If Pennsylvania residents need other reasons to vote NO on Dr. Oz, I’ll relay that he has ties to the World Economic Forum.

Yes, it appears Dr. Oz may be a WEF plant masquerading as a conservative.

Let’s view his plea to voters before digging for the receipts to the technofascist elitist club.

Now to finish him!

It’s nice to know the World Economic Forum doesn’t hide it from their website:

1982, undergrad. degree, Harvard; 1986, joint MD and MBA, Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Wharton Business School. Vice-Chair of Surgery and Professor of Cardiac Surgery, New York Presbyterian/Columbia Univ.; Founder Complementary Medicine Program; Director, Cardiovascular Institute; Emmy winning host “The Dr Oz Show”. Research interests: minimally invasive cardiac surgery, healthcare policy. Member: American Board of Thoracic Surgery; American Board of Surgery; American Association of Thoracic Surgeons; Society of Thoracic Surgeons; American College of Surgeons; American College of Cardiology. Author of over 400 publications, 6 New York Times bestselling books and 6 patents.

Columbia University Irving Medical Center had this goodie:

Dr. Mehmet Oz, director of the Cardiovascular Institute at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and associate professor of surgery at Columbia University in New York City, will present “The Possible Human,” his original model for wellness, at the 2002 World Economic Forum. Dr. Oz is a leader of the health initiative of the Global Leaders for Tomorrow, a group of 100 individuals under 40 singled out by the World Economic Forum for their innovative ideas. The “Possible Human” addresses health policy in the United States in a “holistic” fashion stressing the need for public and private sector partnerships to change what Dr. Oz calls the country’s “fragmented approach to health.”

Dr. Oz earned another spotlight from Columbia University Irving Medical Center that mentions his WEF ties:

A major focus of the 2002 meetings will be global health, an issue close to the heart of Mehmet C. Oz, MD, associate professor of surgery at Columbia University and director of the Cardiovascular Institute at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. Through his participation in previous meetings of the World Economic Forum, Dr. Oz was elected a Global Leader for Tomorrow, a select group of individuals under the age of 40 who have been singled out by the WEF for their challenging and innovative ideas. “I originally participated in the World Economic Forum as a Columbia University faculty member, mainly because of my joint initiatives in mechanical heart support and integrative medicine,” Dr. Oz says. “But the bigger topic I have addressed is health care and technology, and specifically, the economics of this issue. How do we get the most value for the money we are putting into health care? We now have advanced medical technology; the question we must ask is, which technology yields the greatest benefit for society?” As head of the health initiative of the Global Leaders for Tomorrow, Dr. Oz has spearheaded formulation of a major policy report to be presented at the 2002 meetings. The overall document is titled “The Possible Human,” with one chapter titled “America’s Approach,” which addresses health policy in the United States and stresses the need for partnerships between the private and public sectors to break through this country’s “fragmented approach to health,” and provides specific recommendations for “a more holistic approach to the public and private sector’s approach to health,” according to the authors.

Share far and wide with your Pennsylvania friends to ensure Klaus Schwab’s buddy doesn’t sniff the U.S. Senate.



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