Hippocrates v Hypocrite  



Dr David Martin featured big time in the film Indoctorination. He is an interesting guy. Above all he is a highly intelligent man. On his website he quotes Buckminster Fuller:

“I live on Earth at present, and I don’t know what I am. I know that I am not a category. I am not a thing — a noun. I seem to be a verb, an evolutionary process — an integral function of Universe.” For most people, their next question was, “Who is this guy?”                Buckminster Fuller

See https://www.davidmartin.world/about

And it is clear this self identity of himself as a verb rather than a noun is the guiding principle behind his life and the reason he has been such a powerful voice throughout the COVID era.

In an interview with Mike Adams, the Health Ranger and founder of the video platform Brighteon.com he covers a wide range of topics but most revealingly explains his attitude to health:


‘What has happened is that we have, in fact, turned healthcare, in the main, in America into, essentially, the retail front door of the pharmaceutical industry.

Go to any clinic, go to any doctor, go to any physician anywhere and try to get out the door without being told that you need something for something. And I don’t care what the something is. You know, I’m 54. I cycle a lot, I have an unbelievable passion for vitality, I have a commitment to nutrition, I actually have a commitment to getting, are you ready for this – sun, solar exposure.

I’m actually a guy who, God forbid, researched vitamin D as a part of my clinical research back in the early 90s. The reason why I’m a big fan of getting some sun is because I actually see the good that it does.

I am all about vitality. And the number of times I’ve had to fire my internal medicine doctor, which, by the way, the only reason I even have an internal medicine doctor is because as the CEO of a corporation, I had a board that insisted that they insure me for what was called a key man insurance policy.

I sat down with this physician, and he lost his mind. He lost his mind about where I travelled. Didn’t I know that there’s malaria there? Didn’t I know there’s cholera there? Didn’t I know there’s tuberculosis there?

And my response was always the same. ‘And there are people there, and I work with the people that are there.’ I joke about it, but that’s the problem.

The problem is if you see the world through the lens of, ‘it’s out to get you’, right? And it’s the disease that’s going to get you. It’s the chemical that’s going to get you, it’s this that’s going to get you, it’s that.

If you see the world as organised in a framework that’s out to get you, then it’s not surprising that you can then sell the public on this illusion that somehow or another everything’s out to get you and you need to take 10,000 different things to protect you from the thing that’s going to get you.

My view is simple. I think we are, in fact, a mysteriously, wondrously complex, beautiful organism. And I think we have been, once again using metaphors that I grew up with, created in an image, in a likeness of God.

You know what? I don’t have a vaccine port somewhere on my body. I didn’t come with a catheter to inject or pull out. I don’t have this colostomy bag option just in case, I actually have a sphincter that works. That’s what I have.’ See:

https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/dr-david-martin-part-2-the-sinister-rise-of-the-surveillance-state for transcript

This is as good a summation as I have come across of the thesis of this website

See here for full interview: