Are Micheal Martin And Michael D. Higgins Doing Stand-Up Comedy Now?
Or Are They Just Narcissistic Sociopaths?
Narcissistic sociopaths, according to scholars of the human mind, are of the belief that they are eternally innocent. Never, in spite of the cold, callous crimes that they commit, will they ever view themselves as aggressors. In their warped vision of the world around them, they are superior beings who can do no wrong and, instead of admitting to their heinous acts, they will choose to deflect, project, minimise, displace, deny, blame others and gaslight. They possess no desire or will to study their own shortcomings and refuse to see themselves for what they truly are. Their unfortunate mental disorders disable them from ever questioning the morality of their actions. In their eyes, they are better than everyone else and are only guilty of doing what is in the best interests of society - whether society likes it or not.
We can assume this explains away statements that were made last week by both Irish Taoiseach, Micheal Martin, and the nation’s President, Michael D. Higgins.
Alternatively, they were performing stand-up comedy, while somehow managing to keep a straight face.
Ireland’s official health service, the Health Service Executive (HSE) - the same organisation that you should, apparently, trust to administer experimental injections into your child’s body - was recently singled out as the culpable party in a diabolical case of medical malpractice in County Kerry in which young children, suffering from mental health issues, were needlessly drugged and over-medicated with poisonous pharmaceuticals that incapacitated them to the point that they were unable to carry out the most basic daily activities. It is believed that 46 children were seriously harmed and had their health put in jeopardy by an Eastern European graduate, David Kromer, who was employed by the HSE as a doctor. Many of the children suffered from elevated blood pressure, cognitive blunting, stunted growth, weight changes, metabolic and endocrinal disturbance and psychological distress, as a result of the medication. One teenager who was diagnosed with ADHD was even tricked into receiving botox by Kromer - who, while working for the HSE, moonlighted in the beauty treatment business - at a rate of €300 per session. This, he told her, would alleviate teeth-grinding issues she suffered.
The details of this sinister operation are horrendous and a testament to the failures of the COVID-19-centric health care system in Ireland that abandons and neglects serious medical concerns in favour of pharmaceutical cartel donations.
Speaking on the scandal in the Dáil last week, Micheal Martin expressed his shock on hearing about this professional malfeasance.
Something in specific that he uttered, however, could easily have been missed among the points of the very serious topic at hand. It was when I heard this one particular sentence that I wondered if Martin had a talent for stand-up comedy that I didn’t previously know about. Either that or it proved he is a sociopath, who is convinced that he has done no wrong in the 19 months or so he has spent as the nation’s Prime Minister.
Discussing the despicable acts carried out by Dr. Kromer, he stated:
“The first principle of medicine is to do no harm"
It was enough to make me spit out my coffee.
Here is a guy who has spent the past year forcing, bullying and coercing the general public into being jabbed with an evidently unsafe vaccine - one that has still not been fully approved, regardless of what the mainstream media reports - telling us that the “the first principle of medicine is to do no harm."
Surely, he was having a laugh?
This is the same Micheal Martin, by the way, who for 12 months solid, spouting rhetoric befitting of Julius Streicher, has not only overlooked and ignored the Nuremberg Code, but has, in fact, trampled and spat on it. The head of a government that wanted you barred from restaurants and bars around the country if you were not injected with a vaccine that has killed at least 60,000 people in the US, the UK and the EU alone is now reminding us that “the first principle of medicine is to do no harm?"
The leader of a political party that has forced business owners to demand that their staff disregard the medical privacy of their customers and discriminate against them if they have not agreed to undergo a medical procedure is now reciting the Hippocratic Oath to us. The man who advocated for throwing potential restaurant customers out onto the streets if they had not been injected with a toxin that has caused serious cases of myocarditis and pericarditis in young adults worldwide wants to remind us that he is in favour of the ethical practice of medicine, as per the declarations of the Nuremberg Code and the Hippocratic Oath. A man who supports a health service policy that enables senior medical management to bully and browbeat staff into accepting a vaccine that has ended the lives of tens of thousands of people, maimed and injured millions more and killed untold numbers of unborn children in the womb is telling us that “the first principle of medicine is to do no harm."
Who needs Dara O’ Briain when this joker is around?
But the comedy show was only just beginning.
On Sunday, Ireland’s President, Michael D. Higgins would likewise have us all pissing our pants with laughter at what must have been one of the most unintentionally hilarious statements ever uttered by a President anywhere in the world. Delivering a pre-recorded message at an event that marked the 50th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday murders - in which 14 Catholic men and teenagers were shot dead by British soldiers at a protest march in Co. Derry - Higgins declared:
“We honour the men who died. And we continue to honour them into the future by our continued commitment to the rights that were won at such great cost…”
This was enough to leave you howling.
Standing in front of us was a man who has willfully signed bills into law that utterly decimated and completely extinguished the rights of every man, woman and child in the country, telling us about his “continued commitment to the rights that were won at such great cost.”
What a comedian!
There is no doubt that the rights Higgins speaks of were won at a great cost. Neither is there any doubt that those who died for them should be honoured and remembered always.
But the fact that this statement comes from a man who consistently goes out of his way to sign away the rights of every Irish citizen alive is laughable.
The Health and Criminal Justice (COVID-19) (Amendment) Act 2021, for example (signed and approved by Higgins), was an extension of the initial COVID-19 emergency measures that were introduced to Ireland as part of the Emergency Measures in the Public Interest (Covid-19) Act 2020 (also signed and approved by Higgins). These bills obliterated any semblance of freedom and liberty that was left in the country and resulted in the sweeping in of draconian, Orwellian diktats, enforced by a Stasi police force, that meant some Irish people were even denied the right to earn a living, to feed their families or to pay their rent. As they fell into debt and struggled to make ends meet, they were cruelly denied “the rights that were won at such great cost.” Once unimaginable levels of state control were bestowed upon the powers-that-shouldn’t-be, to the detriment of the individual, thanks, in part to Michael D. Higgins. Basic rights were violated and civil liberties snuffed out. Ireland, once a free Western liberal democracy, almost overnight, became a replica of 1950s East Germany.
Yet Michael D. Higgins stands in front of the people, expecting them to believe that he has a “commitment to the rights that were won at such great cost”.
Both men, Martin and Higgins, have proven, time and time again, that the only commitment they have is to the Globalists and the banking dynasties that they are beholden to. Any attempt to give the impression that they are concerned in any way about medical ethics or human rights should be met with a heavy dose of scepticism, to say the very least.
We should instead assume that they are a pair of comedians, laughing at the gullibility of the masses, or that they are deeply disturbed sociopathic criminals who are hell-bent on depriving the Irish people of health and liberty.
Either way, the last laugh should be on those who finally make them accountable for their sins.
Contributor to The Irish Sentinel