May 10, 2022
UPDATE Thursday, May 12, 2022 (9:31 p.m. Pacific) – Dr. James Heilman re-emerges on Twitter, and shouts out “anti-vax folks.”
He provided no update on this condition.
BRITISH COLUMBIA — A 42-year-old emergency room doctor and university professor is absent from Twitter after reporting health issues. Meanwhile he confirmed a well-known fact about Wikipedia and its blatant bias.
Dr. James Heilman is a clinical assistant professor at the University of British Columbia Department of Emergency Medicine. His profile also says he’s affiliated with East Kootenay Regional Hospital in Cranbrook, British Columbia. Dr. Heilman is also deeply involved with Wikipedia. His user name on the platform is “Doc James” and dates back to 2008.
He was apparently a former Wikimedia Foundation Trustee. But the board voted for his removal in 2015 for whatever reason. Wikipedia is still a big part of his life. He is the founder of something called WikiProject Medicine. It was once reported by KQED in San Francisco that Dr. Heilman works 60 hours per week on Wikipedia.
In a matter of full disclosure, this blogger was banned from Wikipedia as an editor in 2012 after being accused of “anti-semitism.” Note “operationnation” is also the name of another web property owned by this blogger. The edits that led to the ban were on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion Wikipedia page. Said page is now locked, and only the “Wiki-Jews” if you will, are allowed to edit the article.
That all said, Dr. Heilman seems far more interested in Wikipedia than being a doctor. His Twitter profile says “ER Doc,” followed by a bunch of Wikipedia references. He also has a Ukraine flag in his profile, despite being Canadian.
His entire purpose in life right now is presenting all mainstream media, Fauci, FDA and CDC propaganda about COVID-19, mRNA injections, etc. as indisputable fact on Wikipedia.
His November 23, 2020 tweet set the tone for what was to come. Dr. Heilman compared “COVID denialism” to Flat Earthers, Holocaust deniers and “vaccine denialism.”
Man loves his shots and masks
It’s unclear when exactly Mr. Heilman received his first two injections. But he received Moderna for the first two, and a Pfizer booster sometime in November 2021.
By January 1, 2022, he was already planning on a fourth injection.
And sure enough, he received a fourth injection on or around February 5. He wanted the fourth shot so bad, that he traveled to another country since Canada did not allow fourth shots at the time. Dr. Heilman is also open to receiving a fifth injection.
Soon thereafter, Dr. Heilman said the non-vaccinated and non-masked are pro-Putin.
He also made clear that he loves vaccine mandates.
Dr. Heilman then admitted that all of the doctors who got COVID in this department at the university in February were triple vaxxed. But according to him, the vaccines work well because said doctors were only sick for a week.
A week later, on March 7, Dr. Heilman recommended to an apparent hypochondriac woman living in fear to get four injections, and wear masks and goggles at all times.
Positive COVID test and disappearance
Dr. Heilman reported that his wife tested positive for so-called COVID-19 on April 15, despite being triple-vaxxed. He also posted a photo of himself at home wearing a mask and goggles because of his wife’s positive test. He was also thankful for being quadruple vaxxed.
Two days later, on April 17, he bragged about being the lone masked person, plus wearing goggles, while shopping for his sick wife.
The next day, April 18, Dr. Heilman said he’s been sick himself for several days. But he praised the effectiveness of N95 masks.
Dr. Heilman tweeted on April 22 that he’d now been sick for six days. He wondered why and how that could be since he was quadruple-vaccinated.
Dr. Heilman is a serial re-tweeter, with most of said re-tweets being about Ukraine and vaccines. He tweeted 1,447 times in February and 1,442 in March, or about 50 tweets per day. He had a normal day of highly-active tweeting on April 25. But then he did not tweet or re-tweet again for 10 days. Dr. Heilman posted two re-tweets on May 5, which are his only two tweets thus far in May. Dr. Heilman has averaged 166 tweets per day since starting his account in October 2012. His absence is very unusual.
We’ll update in due course.
Is this guy even real?
Several Twitter users responded to Dr. Heilman’s tweets, accusing him of being a bot. The prevailing theme is that there’s no way someone can be that delusional, with pronouns in his profile, loving masks, goggles, injections, etc. Granted Dr. Heilman is perhaps a top 2 or 3 irrational vaxx and mask zealot ever covered on The COVID Blog™. But he’s far from unique. Ms. Cheryl Hynes and Ms. Tracy Spicer come to mind immediately as special characters in their own rights. Dr. Heilman presents a different type of zealot.
“Everything in moderation” is the mantra of many free spirits. It’s okay to eat a bacon cheeseburger once per week as part of a healthy overall diet. One glass of wine per day is considered healthy because of its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and heart benefits. Two glasses per day isn’t the end of the world. Three per day means you’re an alcoholic. Again, everything in moderation. The mRNA and viral vector DNA injections are obviously administered with needles. And that poses a problem.
There aren’t many formal scientific studies on needle addiction. But there are many anecdotal accounts from recovering heroin addicts that suggest the needle itself is a big part of the overall addiction. At least one psychologist suggested that people with numerous tattoos get them because they enjoy the pain from the skin-penetrating needles. Dr. Heilman was ready for his fifth, sixth and tenth injections if Canada allows it. Physical dependence on the mRNA shots appears to be real. But don’t expect mass mRNA rehab clinics to start popping up in your hometown.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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