An oath made to pagan gods. What do you expect?

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Jan 11Liked by Remnant MD

Yaaa 👍

Let's hope that the alternative health care rising from the grass roots will re-adopt the Hippocratic oath.

Trying to mix the healing and the killing destroys the "placebo effect", and that's been the hugest fail for the system.

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Hello to you all! On May 13th there will be an international event for all of those who suffered from this horrendous last few years. The most visible victims are the ones dead or maimed by the shots and those who died from untreated cv or other infections and diseases, who did not fit well to the narrative.

But there are many of us who suffered in various ways - discrimination, insults, being outcast from the workplace, public life and places, or simply put in repeated lockdowns.

Could you please share if there is anything planned in your country / region / town? It would be interesting and we still have the time to use and improve creative ideas, so that it could not get silenced and would not go unnoticed.

Thank you all!

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No harm must be from the time of conception to natural death. When Hippocrates lived, this was the understanding. Abortion and euthanasia are the anthesis of non cocere. It's not complicated.

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Thank you for writing this canonical reminder of what our roots are in medicine. We are so far from that as a profession it’s scary. It’s surreal reading this as my Canadian (ontario) medical licence is currently suspended for upholding my oath. The inverse of the Hippocratic oath is our current majority reality. But, the declaration of duty to the gods is key. Regulatory bodies or the government do not have the authority to interfere with upholding that duty. Regulators are meant to protect the public from the very actions they themselves are doing and enforcing unlawfully. Colleges are inserting themselves in the centre of the sacred physician-patient relationship. They’ve threatened reprisal for any physician who actually practices by the Hippocratic oath. What a terrible crisis to actually be in. What’s unnerving to me, is that the courts are going to be ultimately deciding on the validity of this duty, this godly practice and relationship of authority, and of patient rights.

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