By AlaskaWatchman.com

The Alaska Medical Freedom Symposium will feature internationally known medical doctors and others who actively defend Americans’ rights to access early treatment alternatives for Covid, while resisting unconstitutional vaccine mandates or federal overreach into doctor-patient relationships.

The day-long summit – scheduled for Sept. 17 at the Glenn Massay Theater in Palmer – aims to empower Alaskans to defend their constitutional rights and medical freedoms. In addition to the live event in Palmer, a livestream watch party will take place at Juneau Christian Center (8001 Glacier Hwy).

The event is being organized by Alaska State Sen. Lora Reinbold.

Among the scheduled speakers are Dr. Meryl Nass and Dr. Ryan Cole, both members of a national civil liberties watchdog group called America’s Frontline Doctors. Nass and Cole were featured at last year’s Early Treatment Summit in Anchorage, which also included Dr. Robert Malone who helped invent the mRNA technology behind the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

Nass is a biological warfare epidemiologist who investigated the world’s largest anthrax epizootic, in Zimbabwe, and developed a model for analyzing epidemics to assess whether they are natural or manufactured. She has provided testimony to seven Congressional committees and her work has been cited in 25 books. She will give a presentation entitled, “The Strange Saga of Monkeypox and It’s Vaccine.”

Cole is a board-certified pathologist from Idaho. Trained at the Mayo Clinic, he will speak via video about the pathology of mRNA vaccine injuries.

In addition to the Frontline Doctors, the upcoming symposium will feature Heartland Institute President James Taylor. Based out of Illinois, Heartland Institute is one of the world’s leading think tanks dedicated to promoting free-market solutions to social and economic problems.

Taylor is an internationally respected expert on global energy and environmental issues. Having been featured on every major U.S. television network, Taylor will explore where medical tyranny fits within the leftist new world order. He is a regular speaker at conferences in America and Europe, and has been published in virtually every major American newspaper.

Also on the docket is Colorado-based attorney Todd Callender. He ran a clinical field trial of a needle-free mass vaccination device with the U.S. Treasury Department and with observance by the World Health Organization (WHO). He has also done intense research into how the WHO, World Economic Forum (WEF), and the United Nations are utilizing the coronavirus pandemic to wield centralized control over large swaths of the world’s population. His Anchorage talk is titled, “What’s the Connection Between the WHO Pandemic Treaty, DOD, and AK Dept. of Health?”

Popular Anchorage physician and outspoken advocate for Covid early treatment options, Dr. Ilona Farr, will deliver a talk entitled, “Dispelling Fear Through Early Treatment & How to Assemble Your Covid-19 Readiness Kit.” Farr was also a featured speaker at last year’s Early Treatment Summit.

Sen. Reinbold will give a legislative update and discuss Alaska laws which residents can rely on if their basic civil liberties are threatened.

Other talks will look at how Covid jabs have adversely affected the U.S. Military, ways to ensure long-term food security and self-sufficiency, and how to deal with prolonged fear and anxiety.

Marilyn Heuper, whose Homer home was raided by the FBI in a bungled 2021 search for Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s laptop, will deliver a presentation titled, “What Do You Do When They’re at Your Door.”

Tickets to the event are $35 a person and are available at www.afcr1776.com. There are some sponsored seats for those who need financial assistance, and refreshments will be provided.

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AK Medical Freedom summit to feature Frontline docs & national experts on civil liberties

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.