A family doctor who was suspended from practice over a series of posts on social media has doubled down on his “controversial” views in a recent interview.
Dr Jereth Kok, who was last year deregistered after the Australian Medical Board received two complaints about his personal Facebook feed, has lambasted gender ideology, describing it as “off the scale moonbattery” that poses a serious threat to the public if embraced by medical experts.
In the 30-minute interview, Dr Kok offers a taste at what triggered authorities to launch a near-nine-month covert investigation into his online commentary before exercising emergency powers, normally reserved for criminals, to remove him from practice without a trial.
The suspension effectively ended Dr Kok’s career in medicine, left his family without an income, and hundreds of patients without care from the GP they’d come to trust and depend on.
Significantly, the allegations that Dr Kok was providing compromised healthcare to “LGBT” patients was not brought forward by any of his patients or colleagues, but rather two individuals unknown to Dr Kok who took objection to his views expressed online.
The full interview can be viewed below:
00:00 Biology and gender
02:05 Gender, health care and ideology
06:30 Transgenderism in sport and society
07:46 Children, social contagion and Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria 10:10 Gender clinics and puberty blockers
12:15 Children and consent
15:38 Giving testosterone to women
19:00 Pushing back against the trans ideology
23:35 Why doctors are involved in “gender transitioning”
26:22 Speaking out against the trans ideology and facing the woke outrage