It feels like we’re living in biblical times. It’s as if a spirit of darkness and oppression has settled over the world. While millions, if not billions, are forced to hide their faces behind veils others are dropping their masks, revealing the darkness in their hearts. Those who reveal the darkness of their hearts are often members of the medical profession, a profession we like to think of as noble and ethical but in truth it is no more noble than your average person. Don’ get me wrong. There are many wonderful doctors and nurses out there but all doctors and nurses are still humans and subject to the same temptations and lusts that we all are.
The medical profession, since antiquity, has adopted an ethical code which was articulated by Hippocrates of Kos, the founder of modern medicine. This ethical code was supposed to keep the less noble aspects of human nature in check. This ethical code is written down in the “Oath of Hippocrates” which doctors in many countries have to swear upon entry into their careers as doctors.
After the monstrous medical atrocities of the 3rd Reich in 1948 the World Medical Association (WMA) adopted the “Geneva Declaration” which was supposed to be a modernized version of the Hippocratic Oath.
This declaration has no more references to gods.
These days members of the medical profession are shamelessly and openly violating both the Hippocratic Oath and the secular, humanistic Geneva Declaration when they declare that they won’t treat unvaccinated people and when Frank Ulrich Montgomery, Chair of the Council of the same WMA that adopted the Geneva Declaration, supports forced vaccination and calls for new rules that would forbid unvaccinated persons to go to places like coffee shops and restaurants and other public places in Germany.
Montgomery, this sick bastard, calls for even more draconian rules than the ones imposed on the French. Under his “2G” rules only the vaccinated and those who had already have covid would be allowed to visit places like restaurants and you wouldn’t be able to go to the restaurants even if you would test negative.
This sick bastard violates the Hippocratic principle “first, do no harm.” and the declaration that his own organisation adopted.
So, when Julie, a fabulous blogger, wrote in one of her posts “we have moved into a post Christian society”, I was thinking that we have become not just a post Christian society. We have become worse. We have become a post pagan and even a post humanistic society.
We have seen in recent years the unmasking of many institutions. The journalists, for example, dropped the mask, the pretence of objectivity, and proudly revealed their blatandly partisan nature.
This spirit that has settled over the world is causing many to reveal their ugly natures and their black hearts. What has been hidden behind the mask is now revealed in the open.
The good thing about all this that we now can see our enemies. They are not hiding anymore.
Whether it’s these medical fascists or those who view mankind as a virus and a cancer on the earth that needs to be eradicated, they are our enemies because they hate humanity.
The 2017 version of the Geneva Declaration:
“AS A MEMBER OF THE MEDICAL PROFESSION:
I SOLEMNLY PLEDGE to dedicate my life to the service of humanity;
THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF MY PATIENT will be my first consideration;
I WILL RESPECT the autonomy and dignity of my patient;
I WILL MAINTAIN the utmost respect for human life;
I WILL NOT PERMIT considerations of age, disease or disability, creed, ethnic origin, gender, nationality, political affiliation, race, sexual orientation, social standing or any other factor to intervene between my duty and my patient;
I WILL RESPECT the secrets that are confided in me, even after the patient has died;
I WILL PRACTICE my profession with conscience and dignity and in accordance with good medical practice;
I WILL FOSTER the honour and noble traditions of the medical profession;
I WILL GIVE to my teachers, colleagues, and students the respect and gratitude that is their due;
I WILL SHARE my medical knowledge for the benefit of the patient and the advancement of healthcare;
I WILL ATTEND TO my own health, well-being, and abilities in order to provide care of the highest standard;
I WILL NOT USE my medical knowledge to violate human rights and civil liberties, even under threat;
I MAKE THESE PROMISES solemnly, freely and upon my honour.”
The Hippocratic Oath:
“I swear by Apollo the physician, and Aesculapius the surgeon, likewise Hygeia and Panacea, and call all the gods and goddesses to witness, that I will observe and keep this underwritten oath, to the utmost of my power and judgment.
I will reverence my master who taught me the art. Equally with my parents, will I allow him things necessary for his support, and will consider his sons as brothers.
I will teach them my art without reward or agreement; and I will impart all my acquirement, instructions, and whatever I know, to my master’s children, as to my own; and likewise to all my pupils, who shall bind and tie themselves by a professional oath, but to none else.
With regard to healing the sick, I will devise and order for them the best diet, according to my judgment and means; and I will take care that they suffer no hurt or damage. Nor shall any man’s entreaty prevail upon me to administer poison to anyone; neither will I counsel any man to do so. Moreover, I will give no sort of medicine to any pregnant woman, with a view to destroy the child.
Further, I will comport myself and use my knowledge in a godly manner.
I will not cut for the stone, but will commit that affair entirely to the surgeons.
Whatsoever house I may enter, my visit shall be for the convenience and advantage of the patient; and I will willingly refrain from doing any injury or wrong from falsehood, and (in an especial manner) from acts of an amorous nature, whatever may be the rank of those who it may be my duty to cure, whether mistress or servant, bond or free.
Whatever, in the course of my practice, I may see or hear (even when not invited), whatever I may happen to obtain knowledge of, if it be not proper to repeat it, I will keep sacred and secret within my own breast.
If I faithfully observe this oath, may I thrive and prosper in my fortune and profession, and live in the estimation of posterity; or on breach thereof, may the reverse be my fate!”