One of the most challenging and infuriating aspects of using social media to share our work and valued opinions is that all intelligent debate and dialogue is removed from the conversation. When this is wiped out, it makes it impossible to be heard or genuinely respected for our opinions.
We’ve never responded to vitriolic attacks. The pushback on our opinion is itself suspect. Also, this regurgitated idea that Buttar died as a result of poisoning has taken on an authoritarian fashion and anyone who looks behind, beyond, up, down or from side to side is going to be pummeled into silence.
This particular story deserves a closer look because of our sincere concern that those who cherished Dr. Buttar’s work and opinions are allowing their emotions and a highly manipulative, authoritarian viral campaign to steer them away from logic and verifiable facts.
As we stated in this public post ( Book of Ours was one of the first to comment on the now viral story ) there was no obituary, no public website where people could go to leave comments and mourn his passing; and even though Wikipedia painted Buttar as a conspiracy theorist there has been no update, to date, indicating his date of death. Wouldn’t you think a site dedicated to eviscerating doctors on the right side of history would be anxious to alert the world that this dangerous “conspiracy theorist” is no longer a threat to our “pure-of-heart”, “well-intentioned” health practices and institutions?
We have received strikes on both our YouTube and Facebook page as a result of sharing a 2020 12-minute video we made where we captured Buttar’s own statement as part of a collection of statements made by influencers and respected individuals in their field at the time. This video was streamed on our YouTube channel in 2020. For three years it went untouched. In 2023 we received a strike and it was removed; we received another strike when we re-streamed it. This second strike was received the same day the story of Buttar’s death first started to appear on social media. If you’re interested here is the video. It still lives on our back-up channel (for now): https://www.youtube.com/live/g-8QJN9GIqY?feature=share
The screen shot of the now-viral email (see below) was used to signal Buttar is no longer with us and was just that: a screenshot; a signal or a tool used to indicate he has been removed from the panel of experts who are questioning prevailing narratives.
The screenshot is where it all started. It is generic and could easily be fabricated. The only useful information this screenshot provides is that Buttar has been removed from the pool of doctors that are questioning prevailing narratives. Since this screenshot was dropped like a chew-toy, it has been re-done thousands of times and re-made in various versions and forms as it was intended to do.
If an idea must go viral to keep the masses hooked in, the same message must play over and over again, no matter what form it takes.
The only truthful take-away from this screen shot is that Buttar is no longer part of the conversation. This is a message to social media that he will no longer be around. The screenshot claims his untimely passing is the reason why he is no longer part of the conversation. Perhaps it is, but without any real verifiable facts, it’s hard to say.
The timing of this alleged screen shot of an email is odd, too. It was sent at 1:54 am which seems an odd time of day to send out emails, but not if there is an arrest by the FBI or higher authorities. When such an arrest is made it’s usually made after midnight, knowing the arrestee will typically be at home and it’s always a shock-and-awe scenario so the arrestee doesn’t have time to plan an escape. If the arrestee has commitments, such as a job to go to the next day, typically a quick email or phone call is allowed with a lawyer present, saying something along the lines of “Not available for future commitments, will be unable to fulfill duties for the foreseeable future.” It must be vague especially if the arrestee wants to keep his arrest and surrounding legal troubles confidential for as long as he can.
Are we allowed to speculate beyond the above screenshot? Is it possible for people to set aside their grief and bias and even Buttar’s own perfectly-timed (albeit bizarre) live-stream the day before he allegedly dies? (He discusses aliens and other topics here).
Also, this idea that he was poisoned has been pummeled into users. Here is a highly respected health informer acting as his personal handler doubling down on this narrative that he was poisoned: https://twitter.com/unhealthytruth/status/1659998386160906242
It’s disarming watching users lose their senses over this story that Buttar was poisoned after his CNN interview. It’s difficult to break through this psychological pummeling. Here is that interview: https://twitter.com/YURI10000001/status/1660280769762263041
You’ll notice In 2021 he was heavier and obviously in the last year or so has lost a lot of weight. It’s easy to go on a diet and make it look like a poisoning, I guess. But to be honest he actually looks healthier now than he did in 2021.
If users would re-engage their intellect and turn on their intuition, they’d start to put their own pieces together regarding Buttar’s past. In 2015 a lawsuit was filed against him.
I am reminded of the gentle words of Katherine Watt “Say True Things” https://www.youtube.com/live/sqfCv51Bm9w?feature=share
So, I’ll forge ahead and say the truest things I can, with the disclaimer I am not a lawyer and not a person who researches law, especially when it comes to the illegal transaction involving land deals occurring outside our borders.
In 2015 the lawsuit was filed against Buttar in Singapore. Defendant Buttar and his lawyer never showed up to court. As a result the Singapore court awarded the Plaintiff $1.55 million in damages. But the case itself raised questions about the validity of the Singapore court awarding the Plaintiff since the Defendant (Buttar) is a resident of the United States, specifically North Carolina. The questions were raised under something called the Convention_on_the_Recognition_and_Enforcement_of_Foreign_Arbitral_Awards. Buttar’s lawyer attempted to give a compelling argument. No matter, though, because a judge found the original Singapore courts award should still stand. This appeal and subsequent standing judgment took place in 2020. As of June, 2020 Buttar was demanded to pay the plaintiff $1.55 million in damages.
My question is: At the time of his disappearance on May 18, 2023 did he ever pay any damages out to the plaintiff? Was he in contempt of court for not showing up in the Singapore Court? What are the consequences of not following a judge’s order and refusing to pay the damages?
My questions are not based on emotion. They have little to do with what we are told on social media. Instead my questions are based on what I know to be true.
But, this isn’t Buttar’s first rodeo in the North Carolina court system. In 2009 Buttar was brought before the North Carolina Medical Board and had to answer to accusations of over-charging patients. Notice of Allegations
In fact, there were multiple actions taken against Buttar dating back to 2007, Clearly, feeling he was being targeted he attempted to get his medical license in Hawaii in 2011 but was denied as a result of the actions taking place in North Carolina.
In 2010, he did get a slap on the wrist and was forced to disclose to his patients that he practices outside of standardized care
Perhaps Buttar had enough and simply wanted to retire from public life and the best way to do that was to lose a little weight, take whatever assets he had left and go live out the rest of his life in peace, away from these constant court battles. Perhaps, the ongoing discoveries about these Covid-related DOD-backed methods that were used to deploy a fraudulent and dangerous gene therapy, supported by many in the mainstream medical establishment, Buttar’s controversial legal battles would only weaken the position of those on the right side of history. With Buttar in the picture, it makes it more difficult to duke it out in court, proving that our medical institutions have been weaponized by our own military and government and are acting as attempted genocide against the human population, with a particular concentration on the west. Perhaps Buttar has been under house arrest all this time, has violated that, and was hauled off to prison for refusing the judge’s orders to pay the $1.55 million in damages. Perhaps he took his own life. No one knows. But given the true things we do know (the legal battles) these scenarios seem far more likely than a poisoning.
Since the screen shot has gone viral and was used for the purpose of sounding off his disappearance from the medical freedom movement, more and more stories surface of his illness and this messaging around the mRNA transgenic methods have gone viral. Perhaps that’s one useful outcome of the story of his alleged untimely passing.
Do you know anyone who has suffered as a result of being in proximity to the recently inoculated? Have you suffered as a result of being around the inoculated? Perhaps these stories need to start being told. Too many of us have suffered and we are compelled to remain quiet about this medical and scientific phenomena. Why?
One of the best ways to steer people away from the truth about your past is to allow yourself to be lionized. This christening of his statement and images into some sort of sainthood and popularizing this imagery on social media with various disciples carrying this message through user nation, is a true indication that this story of his sudden removal from the conversation should be scrutinized. And those who insist on glorifying him into sainthood should also be scrutinized.
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