We have somber but important news for you today. Some of you may know it already. The rest of you probably knew it was coming.
Dr. Vladimir Zelenko – Zev, as he liked to be called – died of cancer yesterday. He was just forty-eight years old.
None of us knows how long we have on this Earth. We don’t get to decide that question. God decides, and the only thing we know with absolute certainty is that none of us live forever. And when we do die, what is absolutely certain is that all of us will go before God to be judged. In the Gospel of Matthew Christ says what will happen. For each one of us, he will ask: When I was hungry, did you give me food? When I was thirsty, did you give me drink? When I was a stranger, did you take me in? When I was naked, did you clothe me? When I was sick, did you care for me? When I was imprisoned, did you come to me?
And God will say, when you did any one of those things for the least of my brothers, you did it also for me.
Dr. Zelenko was originally non-religious, but later brought God into his life and embraced Orthodox Judaism. We don’t know if he was familiar with the Gospel of Matthew. But we pray that when he stands before God today in judgment, God will find him a soul worthy of eternal glory.
Dr. Zelenko was one of those medical practitioners who were the reason doctors were given so much respect in the first place. His patients’ lives always came first. Not the decrees of the CDC or the Biden regime. Not the Democrat Party’s control agenda. Not Pfizer’s stock price. It was always his patients’ lives.
And Dr. Zelenko didn’t shut down his brain and let fake “public health experts” tell him what worked and what didn’t. He had a superb mind given to him by God and he used it brilliantly. In a world where thousands of doctors mindlessly pumped their Covid patients with remdesivir because Tony Fauci said it was a great idea, Dr. Zelenko developed his own protocol, based on his own observations and his own knowledge of the human body.
Thanks to the Zelenko Protocol, he was able to save 99.9% of his own Covid patients, and thanks to him sharing it with the whole world, who knows how many other lives were saved as a result.
But instead of being honored as a global hero, our sinister media vilified Dr. Zelenko. He got banned on Twitter. The press wrote hit pieces against him. The New York Times dug through his Facebook to find posts he made making fun of Hillary Clinton, to suggest this somehow made him a bad doctor. Federal prosecutors investigated him. Several leaders of the Orthodox Jewish community where he worked, accused him of giving their town a bad reputation, and pushed him out of the community.
Dr. Zelenko never had to put up with any of that. Two years before the pandemic hit, he already knew that his days were numbered. He’d been diagnosed with a form of cancer so rare that there are only about ten cases per year, worldwide. When the pandemic hit, he’d already undergone open-heart surgery, had one of his lungs removed, and he was weak from undergoing chemotherapy. He could have stayed a quiet country doctor, or frankly, he could have retired to spend more time with his eight children, and enjoy his last few years as best he could. Nobody would have blamed him.
But Dr. Zelenko didn’t do that, because that’s not what heroes do. Heroes go out every day to save people’s lives. Heroes seek out the truth no matter how many people attack them and smear them. Heroes do what is right, not what is easy. And Dr. Zelenko was a hero. In a March 2020 interview, Dr. Zelenko said that by all rights he probably should have been dead already. But God spared him. God kept him alive a little bit longer for a reason – because he had a mission to fulfill, a service to perform for humanity. Dr. Zelenko said, quote, “My purpose in life is to try to relieve pain and suffering. Not to think about myself.”
And even when his very last days were upon him, Dr. Zelenko looked ahead to the legacy he would leave for the world. Two weeks ago, we told you about Dr. Zelenko’s last work: Creating the Zelenko Freedom Foundation to carry on his work for years to come. The Zelenko Freedom Foundation will look to find, cultivate, and promote the next generation of lifesaving biomedical advances that Big Pharma will want to ignore or suppress.
Dr. Zelenko always believed in this program’s message and what we were doing. He was, and will always be, one of our closest friends.
Today, we honor Dr. Zev Zelenko, and ask that you please pray for him as he stands in judgement. And we can promise you that we will never forget him.
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