- Feb 5, 2020
What a bizarre question. I don't need to be the good Doctor Schmidt to edit a video in which he features.OK, first off - you say YOU edited this video. Are you 'Doctor' Darren Schmidt?
No, it's not revealing of my mentality at all. The fact that you think it is is revealing of your own though (bad choice perhaps).I think your choice of thumbnail for this video is quite funny, and revealing of your mentality. Bad choice mate.
Yes, the classification of 'Doctor' doesn't always refer to a medical practitioner. And, I don't care if his website says he's a flower arranger, what I'm interested in is that he's well informed and is communicating valid sense effectively in regards to matters of life and death.Now, regarding the term 'Doctor'. This man is NOT a Doctor. He is a Chiropractor - it says so on his website:
Good for him.He is also a ' nutrition expert'. And he has something to sell you.
Ok, so take your medical advice on vaccines from Tedros, the Secretary-General of the World Health Organisation, instead. He has no medical background whatsoever and was, at the time, an official in an organisation accused of genocide and torture.Is a 'Doctor of Chiropractic' a Medical Doctor (fit to give you medical advice on vaccines etc)? I looked it up. The answer is NO. You can do your own research, I checked multiple sources, but the Wikipedia entry sums it up pretty well:
I notice you didn't challenge anything in the substance of what he said. Whether he can crack my back or not isn't relevant. What is relevant is that his opinion seems far more credible than your own, so - will do.So if you want your back cracked, go see Dr Schmidt.
If you want credible evidence based scientific medical opinion - look elsewhere.
No doubt 'Doctor' Fauci could say the same and more.As an aside - I worked for 40 years in a tightly controlled profession with extremely high standards and regular testing to hold my professional licence.
Those instances must have been quite the ordeal for you, at least you've almost gotten over them now.Yet, in my career I have come across charlatans on many occasions. Most professional people will have had the same experience I would guess. Aside from the incompetent, who somehow held onto their jobs by sucking up and keeping their (oft equally incompetent) connections tight, there were wannabes with lesser qualifications who fancied themselves as 'fully qualified' or 'about to be' or 'as good as'. There were also no end of complete outsiders (zero qualifications) who constantly critiqued the profession, and who (because they once 'read a book on the subject' ) actually believed they knew all about it, and better than the actual practitioners.
Well, he didn't actually preach about his expertise, or his opinions, he simply shared his view to the benefit of those willing to listen. Unlike 'Doctor' Fauci, who's up to his eyeballs in financial conflicts of interest, Bill Gates, a eugenicist who stands to make billions from vaccines, and Tedros, an alleged war criminal with no medical background, the good Doctor Schmidt has probably got much more to lose than to gain. So, if you're that quick to dismiss ''anybody" like himself as a "headbanger with an agenda" such a tendency is more so a reflection on yourself.That's why I tend to regard anyone who feels it necessary to make Youtube videos preaching about their opinions and (non existent) 'expertise' on any professional issue as a likely headbanger, or a headbanger with an agenda.