Subject: Dr. Bill Deagle
From: Nancy (New York)
Date: Tue, May 31, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
Hi Mr. Adachi,
Thank you for the many enlightening hours I have recently spent listening to you and
Messrs. Nicoloff and Livingstone. I felt like I had reached an oasis of information
and common sense that is so lacking in alternative media. At present we are hearing
much dire info regarding Fukushima and radiation. I don't listen to Jeff Rense
anymore because, while I am no fan of Zionism, I am certainly not against Jews, nor
am I suffering from homophobia as Jeff is. Lately I have been listening to Dr. Bill
Deagle on the GCN network and he is issuing heavy warnings a bout the radiation (and
he apparently has products which can help). Can you tell me anything about this man
in terms of the truthfulness of his information? He comes on pretty strong.
By way of introduction, I'm a 71-year-old New Yorker (and I think you once were by
the sound of your voice), and I've spent the years since 911 just trying to find out
some simple truths that have apparently been kept from us for untold years. I think
this is the best way to spend my retirement, trying for the truth and then focussing
on anchoring that truth for anyone who is interested.
Whenever you have some extra time and feel like dropping me a line about the good
doctor, I would appreciate it. I suspect he is on the level but sometimes fed false
info which he goes with strongly!
I first learned of Dr. Bill Deagle in an article written by Eric Hufschnid that talked about Deagle's role in supposedly offering assistance to some of the kids who experienced the Columbine high school shooting in Colorado. That shooting had CIA/military/intelligence agency written all over it. Dr. Bill Deagle has a long (publicly acknowledged) record of working as a consultant for such government agencies.
Here's an excerpt about Deagle from Hufschmid's article on the Columbine massacre as seen through the eyes of Donna Taylor, mother of Mark Taylor, who had survived seven bullets wounds from the shooting.
"A doctor, Bill Deagle, who treated some people after the Oklahoma City bombing, would travel to the Taylor house to provide medical services. He would encourage drug use, and would talk about the government putting chips under people's skin.
One of the more odd remarks is that Donna Taylor's daughter estimated that the doctor had $200,000 in cash in his house: DoctorDeagle.mp3 537 kB
Dr. Deagle may have been setting a trap for the Taylor's. Specifically, if the Taylor daughter had stolen some of his money, he could blackmail her by threatening to call the police. Or, if the police were working with Taylor, the police could blackmail her.
What percentage of the population would get caught in this type of trap? Would you have taken some of the money?
This doctor is the host of a radio show called The NutriMedical Report.
One of the most damning articles I've read about Deagle was titled "The Prophet in Clayton Park" by Stephen Kimber (Sept. 6, 2007). The article prints out to 16 pages and tells you the underside of the Bill Deagle Story (which likely won't be part of his official biography or memoirs):
The title of the article coveys more than just the literal meaning of the words:
Bill Deagle MD, ABFP, CCFP, AAPM, CIME, AAAAM, ACOEM, AAEM claims to know things they don’t want you to know about 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombing and Columbine school shootings, to name but a few world-shaking events. So what’s he doing in Halifax?
And the first paragraph is a good tip-off of what's to come:
"After practicing medicine for years in Denver—where he still faces a wrongful death lawsuit—and claiming connections to 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombing, Columbine school shootings and all manner of high-level government secrets, Bill Deagle moved back home to Nova Scotia. Now this Larry King of conspiracy lives in suburban Halifax, with a daily two-hour internet radio broadcast and explicit orders from God to get the truth out there. "
Some of the comments posted after this article were supportive of Deagle, but others were less convinced of his self-installed halo:
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"Finally somebody is writing about this conman! He is a fraud and a liar period. Just because he's naming what could well possibly conspiracies does not make him the one who knows! He's just repeating the work of others period for his own benefit. "
Posted by Brad on August 29, 2009 at 2:21 PM | Report this comment
"Deagle runs a sham company called Nutrimedical and says he serves the Most High God, he says he left the medical field and is a medical intuit, what a LIAR...I stupidly fell for his lies and gave him my credit card number and he charged up $1650. worth of pills and they came intermittently in the mail, I was so shocked he would do that. When I returned them his son said they would refund, then his looney wife emailed and said they were all used. They lied to the Credit card company and said they mailed me a refund, not true, now they will not credit and I am ripped off by them!!! WATCH OUT FOR DEAGLE!!!! UNREAL!!!!"
Posted by deagle sucks on May 7, 2009 at 4:57 PM | Report this comment
"Dr. Deagle runs a company called Nutrimedical and I believed his lies and spoke with him on the phone and gave him my credit card number (stupid) and he shipped me tons of pills in the mail over a 60 day period, I was shocked he sent me $1650 worth of garbage I didn't want or order!!! I sent it back, and his luney wife emailed and said they were all used!!! They refuse to refund the credit card at all. Citibank even let them get
away with this fraud saying the merchant will not refund my money!!! Thank God I didn't injest that garbage I would probably be dead too by now, WHAT A CREEP!!!! STAY AWAY!!!!! "
I did listen to a short segment of Deagle's radio show posted to Youtube a week or so ago in which he's going bananas over the "real' and "serious" radiation 'dangers' we now all facing
thanks to Fukushima and anybody who downplays it or says it's being hyped "doesn't know what he's talking about" yada, yada, yada. I was able to listen for 4 or 5 minutes, but I got so fed up with his obvious role as fear meister and front-line promoter of the Illuminati's Fukushima radiation psyops --which I've been writing and talking about since March 11, 2011--that I had to stop listening.
Jeff Rense is doing the same thing as his web site; pumping the Fukushima radiation psyops to the hilt with obvious Illuminated mouthpieces like Yoshio Shimatsu, Michio Kaku, or leftist anti-nuke crusaders like Arnie Gundersen.
It's simple enough to demonstrate that the radiation scare campaign is just that because the radiation monitoring data, easily available to anyone on the internet, proves that there is no radiation "crisis" in progress --anywhere on the planet. We are being fed a load of hooey from propaganda shills like Bill Deagle, or Lauren Moret or Christopher Busby, all masquerading as knowledgeable scientists who know the 'real' story, etc.
Don Nicoloff told me that Deagle failed to show up for not one, but two planned radio shows and he just left Don high and dry. That was back in 2009 when Don was still talking to Bill over the Swine/Bird Flu "pandemic" psyops. I knew about Deagle's background baggage at the time, but I didn't want to throw cold water on his relationship with Deagle, so I didn't say anything, but Don later saw the real Deagle and realized that he's yet another example of controlled opposition at work.
Subject: Bill deagel and doom prophets
From: Susan (Japan)
Date: Tue, May 31, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
I live in Japan and of course I am concerned about radiation.
Every time at I look at rense .com all the top news is about Fukushima and all the
fear that it entails.
Thank you for enlightening us about people like Bill Deagle, Yoshio Shimatsu, Michio
Kaku, Lauren Moret and Christopher Busby.I listened to Lauren Moret and really got
scared about all the stuff she was talking about!
Why are there so many doom prophets?
Here in Japan we are trying to live a normal life while being aware of what is
Thanks for all your information Ken.
Subject: Bill deagel and doom prophets
Date: Thu, June 2, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
Dear Ken Adachi,
In regards to Dr. Bill Deagle, I respectfully disagree with the opinions you have
presented on this person. I've spent over a year listening to his radio show, and
even though I think his true intentions are to help people, he does sometimes
present a sort of fear mongering mentality, but ofcourse everyone can't know
everything. Also, I've heard his side of the story about the "malpractice".
to have an unbiased opinion by exploring both sides. I would like to encourage
others as well before making a judgement. I've purchased some of his products, and
he would not openly charge a credit card as stated unless he was specifically
instructed to do so. His products has helped me and my family several times, but I'm
not here to sell them. He may instill fear, but ultimately that is the
responsibility of the individual to discern.
So I believe people should stop blaming
others and use their own mind to judge instead of saying things like, "oh he's
trying to promote the illuminati agenda by instilling fear". If one fails to do so,
they have led themselves to their own demise. That in itself is the definition of
sheeple. Regardless of his approach, the issues that he presents are really serious
issues. I believe there is nothing wrong with the messages he presents, ex. the
dangers of vaccinations, big pharma, nwo agenda, natural medicines. I do however
have only one issue, and that is the use of the word "The Most High" as it can be
interpreted as something else, but we still have freedom of religion, so preach on.
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