Raging Against the Mafia: Federation of State Medical Boards

Protecting the interests of the owners of the pharmaceutical industry under the guise of patient safety.

Tessa Lena

As I am writing this, I am filled with indignation. Why am I filled with indignation? Because, as I was researching the respectable predator, the organization called “Federation of State Medical Boards,” I looked and found a slanderous review of the brilliant and compassionate hero doctor, Dr. Meryl Nass. I am boiling!

Dr. Nass, whose license has been suspended by a medical board in her state for “spreading misinformation,” is a doctor you want if you are in a critical condition. In this surreal sea of darkness where by going to the hospital, you risk getting killed for nothing, she is a beacon of light. But currently, she cannot practice medicine because the GESTAPO says so—and according to the regulatory bandits, her “ability to practice constitutes immediate jeopardy to the health and physical safety of the public.” War is peace, and up is down.

Our guts and dignity and health and “patient rights” are being sold to the rats under the guise of “protecting us”—and this is why I am boiling. This corporate totalitarianism is humiliating us and endangering us!

What is the Federation of State Medical Boards?

The Federation of State Medical Boards is a private organization (just like the Federal Reserve) with a non-profit status whose official mission is very vaguely defined as “representing the state medical and osteopathic regulatory boards – commonly referred to as state medical boards – within the United States, its territories and the District of Columbia.”

It allegedly “supports its member boards as they fulfill their mandate of protecting the public’s health, safety and welfare through the proper licensing, disciplining, and regulation of physicians and, in most jurisdictions, other health care professionals.”

Sorry to go all Bill Clinton on you but what do those two words— “represent” and “support” actually mean? In what capacity, and by what authority, does this influential group represent and support state medical boards? ”The FSMB serves as a national voice for state medical boards, supporting them through education, assessment, data, research and advocacy while providing services and initiatives that promote patient safety, quality health care and regulatory best practices.”

A national voice, I see.