For as long as we can remember, doctors were guided by an ancient promise. To work in their best interests of their patients, known as the Hippocratic Oath.
Written in the 5th century B.C. by a Greek healer, it’s a pledge for healers to practice medicine to their best of their ability. And to defer to the expertise of trained surgeons where needed.
The original oath had doctors promise to ‘abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous,’ to ‘give no deadly medicine to any one if asked.’ And to ‘abstain from every voluntary act of mischief and corruption.’ The phrase ‘first do no harm’ was never written in this document.
It is likely that it came from a motto found somewhere else in Hippocrates’ writings: ‘The physician must…have two special objects in view with regard to disease, namely to do good or to do no harm.’
Plus, privacy and respect were critical parts of how a doctor practiced medicine. But today’s doctors have strayed a long ways from this ancient promise.
Some doctors are now forced to vaccinate certain patients, or they lose coverages. Hospitals force doctors to give patients medicine or treatment that aren’t in the patient’s best interest.
A woman posted a shocking story on Twitter. Her diabetic brother couldn’t renew his insulin until he took the Covid vaccine.
And a British man with a broken neck was refused treatment by three different doctors. Why? Because he wouldn’t take a Covid test.
Doctors are doing today what doctors in Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia did decades ago. ‘Non-compliant’ citizens were denied treatment, and/or left to die.
And the government is the island nation of St. Vincent gave its citizens a dire warning. Either take the Covid vaccine, or they’d burn to death from hot lava from an erupting volcano. This government is deciding who lives and dies.
The worship of doctors and so-called ‘experts’ has led us to this point in history. Good people around the world need to step up and speak up against these atrocities. Or else we’ll repeat a dark time in history for ourselves and our children.