I saw this obituary in the CBC.
Absolutely glowing. Sounds like he was a wonderful man.
Saint John cardiologist and 'inspiring spirit' dies suddenly
Dr. Sohrab Lutchmedial dedicated more than 20 years to the New Brunswick Heart Centre
He was only 52 — just a couple of years older than me. And judging by the photo, he was in good shape.
What on earth could have made him die so suddenly and unexpectedly?
The article doesn’t actually say, which I find a bit odd.
Given the hagiography of that CBC article, given the mystery of his sudden and youthful passing, I think it’s appropriate to ask a question — especially about a man who talked so much about the pandemic.
On tonight's show, we'll talk about if it's fair to ask: did he die from the vaccine?
The late Doctor Lutchmedial had a lot to say.
Oh. That’s not the kind of talk I’m used to hearing from a doctor. Violence. That’s odd. I wonder what he was like at work, if you disagreed with him.
Or this one:
That’s rough talk for a doctor, isn’t it. First he wants to punch people in the face who disagree with him. Then he won’t cry at people’s funeral if they don’t make the decision he does.
I’m not really looking for him to cry at anyone’s funeral — unless you truly had an emotional connection to someone, I think that would be maudlin. But he’s not really talking about whether he’d cry or not. He’s really saying he wouldn’t care if they lived or died.
So that is Sohrab Lutchmedial, the “inspiring spirit” who died suddenly.
I’m not happy that he died. I disagreed with him, but I don’t want to punch him in the face.
I think it’s fine to have an obituary about someone and not mention how nasty they were in life — obituaries can be nice, though that’s not really news journalism, as the CBC pretends it is.
But I am still curious, aren’t you? Did he die from a vaccine injury or not?
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