AS WE contemplate the terrible crisis that the world faces, an assault upon humanity that is greater than any in history, we need to consider how it is that the medical professional classes everywhere have been induced to betray their integrity with resulting assistance to the criminal fiction of contagion.
Over decades the public health establishments of the West and the pan-national health organisations, the World Health Organisation and others, have been deeply corrupted, and this corruption has been ignored by many – most – ordinary medical practitioners under pressure from health authorities and government. In the UK, GPs and hospitals, with a few noble exceptions, have trussed themselves up in PPE and, as I see it, acted as a grass-roots propagandists for the furtherance of the ideology of Mr Gates and his uber-wealthy cohorts.
Science and ‘the profession’ running together have an intrinsic structural weakness that the outrage has forced into a wide fissure. This weakness was beautifully summarised by Rupert Sheldrake in his TED talk of 2013. The talk was banned but had to be restored after widespread outrage.
As part of his discursion on metrology – the science of constants – Sheldrake recounted a conversation he had with the director of the Institute of Metrology in which he asked how a fixed value for the speed of light could be explained given the fact that the speed had been observed to vary materially around the world over a period. The director admitted that the constant was arrived at by averaging the varying results, and when this was described as a ‘fudge’ by Sheldrake the director said that he preferred the term ‘intellectual phase locking’!
What better or more humorous example of an establishment unwilling to admit new ideas to rock their cosy world? And so it is, on a vaster and tragically damaging scale, with the Virus Outrage. The ‘intellectual phase locking’ has been close-fitted and wall to wall! Science does not admit of establishment thinking. It is founded on hypothesis and debate and is never ‘settled science’. Nor is science ever mandated belief, which is simply part of the playbook of evil.
It is not a coincidence that the editor of Nature, once the most respected of journals, expressed the view that Rupert Sheldrake’s book in 2013 should be burned. The same treatment has been meted out to those criticising the mandated belief approach of Dr Fauci, who recently announced that ‘I am the science’.
While we can’t expect crooks to be anything but crooks, I believe we are entitled to expect better from our medical professions.