Medical students denounce superiority of scientific method and promise to defeat white supremacy – RedState !

Previously, the medical school aimed to apply scientific knowledge to treat the sick and injured. But these days, we are told that society itself is sick, and must be cured with the elixir of enlightenment. Therefore, the dedicated future physicians of Minnesota undertake the undertaking and the complete correction of the errors of the world.

The University of Minnesota School of Medicine (UMMS) 2026 recently held a white coat ceremony. An article on the college website covering the importance of the service:

Obtaining a white coat is a rite of passage for medical students which signifies their entry into medical school. In 1993, the Arnold P. Goldoundation established this tradition at Columbia University. The U of M School of Medicine was one of the first to adopt this ceremony, and it is now performed in most medical schools across the country.

The most important element of the ceremony is taking the Hippocratic Oath to commit their responsibility to care for future patients with integrity, empathy, and humility. It provides a strong emphasis on empathy with clinical excellence.

But there is more to it; Each category adds its own special items such as ice cream toppings. UMMS Director of Media Relations, Cat Dodge, explained to the campus reform:

“[I]It is a common practice in medical schools in the United States to build on the intent of the Hippocratic Oath…Each year at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, incoming students work with faculty to write a section that reflects these elements, core values, and ethics that the class aspires to uphold.”

This year’s UMMS Supplements included Care for the Earth, anti-racism, and an indication that Western medicine isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

A catalog at AlphaNews.org presents the contents of the 2022 ceremony vows, and begins with an admission of theft – AKA an acknowledgment of the land.

Why would a medical school dip its toes into something as far from medicine as observing Australia’s top ping pong players? Presumably, because it’s what’s in style:

Our establishment is located on Dakota land. Today, many natives from across the state, including the Dakota and the Ojibwe, call the Twin Cities their home.

To be fair, “students also realize that this acknowledgment is not enough.”

Somehow, the doctors will force them to impose justice unprecedented in existence and defeat white supremacy. They will also fight the idea that there are only men and women. Indeed, by an unknown method, the people who write you a prescription for your rash will be able to defeat all the oppression of the planets:

We are committed to uprooting the legacy and perpetuating the structural violence that is deeply ingrained in the health care system. We recognize the inequalities created by past and present traumas rooted in white supremacy, colonialism, gender bisexuality, powerlessness, and all forms of oppression. As we enter this profession with an opportunity to grow, we commit to promoting an anti-racism culture and to listen and amplify voices for positive change.

It’s a tough job.

Students also promise to “respect” the “unique identities” of all patients. In addition, they swear as “original” and have their own “mistakes and prejudices.” You may just need some kind of pain to stop causing you trouble, but the new breed of medical men and women and other gender identities will enable [your] independence.”

And there is no more nonsense that they know medicine better than you:

We assure that patients are experts in their own bodies and will partner with them to facilitate holistic well-being.

If you’re an expert, does it still serve a medicinal purpose? Maybe they should teach yoga…

We will prioritize mind, body, and spirit not only for our patients, but for our colleagues and ourselves. With this dedication, we will advocate for our personal wellness…

Arguably most notable is the group’s denunciation of science. Western medicine has value only if it is the right approach to physical health. Through the scientific method, his goal was to eliminate fallacies produced by superstition, ignorance, and ineffective technology. As it turns out, according to UMMS, this was a bug. All the old and proven wrong things are true:

We pledge to respect all indigenous methods of treatment that have historically been marginalized by Western medicine.

They really have – what’s not right is actually sidelined by what’s right.

In heroic terms, “students are committed to healing our planet and our communities.”

I am not sure that a professional group has ever held such a strong responsibility as that of students at UMMS. Good luck to them in their mission to correct all the errors while undermining their training and also sending people for colonoscopy.

– ALEX

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