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  • Writer's pictureMichelle Leduc Catlin

Trued Up with Dr. Mark Trozzi

Today, I’m starting with a spoiler alert.

I’m starting at the end of the story and moving backwards.

For those who haven’t heard, in January 2024, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario stripped Dr. Mark Trozzi of his license to practice medicine.

His crime was doing critical thinking and defying the mainstream narrative about Covid...

...deemed by the CPSO to be “professional misconduct.”

I was struck by the term “misconduct” — defined as “improper or wrong behaviour."

It is behaviour, or who we’re being, that is at the heart of these TruedUp conversations.

Dr. Trozzi didn’t have his license revoked because he made medical errors or misdiagnoses.

He wasn’t a bad doctor.

In fact, he was a respected emergency room doctor for 25 years, who trained other doctors from around the world in trauma medicine.

A further fact, he wasn’t even practicing medicine when the charges were laid.

When Dr. Trozzi’s independent research led him to the truth about Covid, he voluntarily gave up the job he loved and sold everything he owned to focus on getting accurate information out to the public.

Dr. Trozzi’s disciplinary tribunal was instigated not because of malpractice, but because someone reported his website.

 What happens in a society when unpopular opinions lead to censure and excommunication?

Clearly, people suppress themselves from speaking out and standing up to authority.

How many stories have we heard of doctors who wouldn’t write mask or jab exemptions because they didn’t want to lose their jobs?

How many doctors kept their heads down and their mouths shut?

How many chose not to protest or join the Freedom Convoy?

“The streets of Ottawa should not have been packed with trucks. It should have been the Mercedes and the Escalades. And it should have been the doctors honking and waving flags. They should have been there to protect us."

Dr. Misha Susoeff

Imagine if doctors had united with Dr. Trozzi, or even followed suit.

Imagine a world of professionals who put their oaths above their allegiance to bureaucratic governing bodies.

In the current world of normalized corruption and compliance, one has to wonder why some people refuse to consent to injustice.

What moves a man to put principles above a paycheque?

What leads him to willingly and knowingly put himself in the line of fire?

What steels his resolve to do the right thing at great personal cost?

Thankfully, we don’t have to imagine these things.

Today, we hear the answers to these questions from Dr. Mark Trozzi.

We start our conversation by delving into his fascinating past and unusual path to medicine.

This is the story of how a good and moral man is forged...

There are so many life lesson gems to mine from Dr. Mark Trozzi’s words of wisdom.

When I listen to him, I am taken back to a time when a good country doctor was worth his weight in gold.

I am left with the reminder that while we move forward with technology and so-called progress, if would behoove us to move back to an ethos of ethics.

To a time when a man’s word was his bond.

To the principle of what virtually every spiritual tradition teaches — to treat others as we would want to be treated.

Even as the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario was persecuting the good doctor, he maintained his adherence to the Golden Rule.

He treated them with compassion, even as he faced their injustice.

In a time when infighting among those committed to freedom and justice is leading to the same behaviour we’ve seen from governments and institutions, Mark’s dignified response is among the greatest lessons we can learn.

“Love thy enemy.”

We cannot succumb to the tactics of authoritarianism.

The war of information we find ourselves in is a spiritual war.

A war on truth, beauty and goodness.

If we are to win this war, we have no choice but to follow the spiritual path of love and compassion — even, and especially, as we pursue justice and accountability.

This is our opportunity, and my 2nd biggest takeaway from our conversation.

We can, as Mark said, make the best of everything.

We can be the alchemists of our anger, using our greatest challenges to become our greatest selves.

And this leads to my 3rd takeaway.

When we stay grounded in these principles, we are not run by our fears.

As Dr. Trozzi pointed out, “fear reduces intelligence.”

There has never been a more important time to access our higher brain function and our heart-centred spirituality.

To quote Mark, “Act as a whole conscious being."

And as Dr. Trozzi also said, “Everyone has a part to play.”

From the things we say and do, to where we spend our money.

Switching away from big box stores and toxic products that weaken our immune systems is a simple way to make a difference for ourselves and our families.

If you’d like to find out how to make the switch, while supporting this podcast, please reach out and find out about The Switchaway Initiative.

Contact me HERE.

And for those of you who would like to earn extra income, I am gathering a small team of ambassadors to help others make the switch. 

There has never been a better time for us to come together as a community.

I’d like to hear your key takeaways from my conversation with Dr. Mark Trozzi.

Please share in the comments section.

Stay tuned.

Be true to yourself.

And remember that we are the ones we’ve been waiting for.

🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏

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Thank you for your partnership in outing the truth and being the change. 🙏

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