Rashid Buttar, British-born American conspiracy theorist died at 57


 Rashid Buttar, British-born American conspiracy theorist died at 57

The tragic demise of Rashid Buttar has sparked interest from the public. He was regarded as a genuine and powerful voice in the medical field who is no longer among his close friends and family.

Rashid had a huge impact on educating people around the world about the ability of their bodies to heal from practically anything. He was an unwavering and courageous advocate for health freedom and speaking truth to power.

He took his final breath on May 18, 2023. When news of Buttar’s passing spread on social media, it quickly gained appeal, leaving many people shocked and mourning.

People are now interested in learning more about Rashid Buttar and the circumstances surrounding his passing. Read this article to find out more about Rashid Buttar’s passing and other information.

Famous Doctor Rashid Buttar died: What happened?

Dr. Rashid Buttar, who had a significant impact on the V A X movement, has passed away. He was one of the countless doctors who sought to spread the truth at considerable personal expense; he inspired us when the fight for independence first began.

He was a very fit military man who had just given a lengthy interview while standing up on May 16 with no signs that his health was in danger of failing.

Because he was reaching millions of people, he was among the first doctors to be de-platformed. He called out the purported health and medical regulating agencies that ought to have been guarding us but were instead cozying up to Big Pharma straightforwardly and bluntly.

We are devastated to learn and announce the demise news of Rashid A. Buttar, D.O. on our page who passed away unexpectedly. Just received this news from Buttar’s family. Read the following statement released by Rashid’s Family about his sudden death.

“The Buttar Family is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Rashid A. Buttar, D.O. Dr. Buttar passed away on May 18th, 2023, at his home, while spending time with his family.

Dr. Buttar attended Washington University and graduated with a double major in Biology and Theology. He then went on to earn a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa.

Dr. Buttar was a retired Major in the US Army. He served with the 5th Special Forces Group and the 101st Airborne Division. He is survived by his three loving children, Sara, (30) Abie, (24), and Rahan (18).

Service arrangements have not yet been made. The family intends to have a private service. The family requests privacy at this time and appreciates your continued support and prayers.” Just received an email.

Billy Te Kahika Wrote,

I am so deeply saddened to hear the news that my friend who inspired me early on in the fight for freedom has passed away. I spoke with Rashid just a few days ago and he was fine and in good spirits so I don’t know what has happened.

He said that he was ‘potentially harmed’ by something in October last year but survived it. This will be devastating to his whanau. Rashid had a fondness for New Zealand owning a property in Northland and having permanent residency and helped me a great deal.

He is in our documentary which was a great honour. He will be very sadly missed by us all. Moe mai rā e te rangatira, Moe mai rā:.

Rashid Buttar, who passed away at the age of 57, claimed just a few days earlier that a CNN interview led to his poisoning. Dr. Rashid Buttar recently declared publicly on camera that he thinks he was poisoned during a significant interview, which I believe was with CNN.

Click here to watch Dr. Rashid Buttar’s last interview Streamed on May 17.


Watch CNN Interview:

People’s Reactions to Buttar’s unexpected death

Robin wrote,

He is a hero and wore the armor of GOD. He devoted his life to helping others to stay healthy and restore their health. He risked his life to expose the dangers of this vaccine and paid the ultimate price. I hope a lot of people saw his CNN interview. Heartfelt condolences to his family.

Tania Yager said,

When heard Dr Rashid Buttar speak over two years ago I thought he was an honourable and magnificent man. What disturbs me is the evil MSM, social media and govts referred to him as an American conspiracy theorist. All I can say is that these nasty groups are the ones pushing their disinformation/misinformation propaganda! I am grateful for all that Dr. Rashid Buttar stood for!

Tina McComb wrote,

I didn’t know him personally, but my heart is broken right now. He was so instrumental in getting the word out about the “real truth” about covid and the jabs and all the things to do to build your immune system. I watched so many of his interviews with the wonderful internet investigative journalists that would do “real news” and was enthralled with his knowledge and passion for the people. I am very heavy-hearted right now. I am so sorry for the family. He will never be forgotten. Many prayers go out to you all, family and friends. I pray for peace and wisdom in this time of deep sorrow.

Rajesh Ramburun wrote,

I am very saddened to hear this devastating news. Dr. Butter was a very dedicated doctor. Many of us will miss him. I feel very bad for his patients as it is hard to replace one like him. May he rest in peace. My sincere condolences to his family. May the Almighty God console all who are in bereavement.

Liz said,

This is tragic. A true son of God. In Dr. Buttar’s last interview, he said that being with God was like going home. I hope he is happy to be home. His family must miss him terribly and my heart goes out to them.
Wonderful pictures of a wonderful human being.

Who was Rashid Buttar? : A quick Biography

Dr. Buttar

( credit: buildasuccessfullife.com)

Rashid Ali Buttar is an American conspiracy theorist with British ancestry and a registered osteopathic doctor in Charlotte, North Carolina.

He is well-known for his contentious application of chelation therapy for a variety of illnesses, including cancer and autism. Also, he has twice received a reprimand for unprofessional behavior from the North Carolina Board of Medical Examiners.

Moreover, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cited him for illegally promoting pharmaceuticals that have not been approved and that are contaminated.

About Buttar’s Early Life & Education 

Dr. Buttar was born in England in 1966, and at the age of nine, he relocated to the United States with his family. He outperformed his colleagues academically and was a year ahead of them.

Buttar joined the Boy Scouts at age 10 (one year earlier than usual), and at age 13, he earned the rank of Eagle Scout, making him the youngest person in the US to do so that year.

Moreover, he participated in all the typical activities of young achievers, including participating in athletics, musical plays, and the Honour Society as well as acting as an officer of the student body.

Also, Buttar was appointed to West Point after being selected as his high school’s Boy’s State representative.

Contributions in the medical field

Dr. Buttar also holds the position of Director of Clinical Research and Development for V-SAB Medical Laboratories, where he is actively engaged in research including novel approaches for drug delivery mechanisms as well as polypeptide sequencing and identification technologies.

Additionally, he is actively engaged in clinical research and outcome-based studies with numerous organizations, including private Bio Tech firms, university-based projects, and clinical research financed by the government in addition to his interests.

Dr. Buttar is a frequent invited presenter at medical conferences and has given lectures on these topics at professional symposiums and scientific congresses all over the world. In local, national, and international publications, radio, and television, he has made appearances and been profiled.

Dr. Buttar’s Book9 Steps to Keep the Doctor Away (Hardback)

9 Steps to Keep the Doctor Away: A wake-up call for your health

Dr. Rashid Buttar explains his tried-and-true approach to reaching health and wellness, drawing on his 25 years of experience in alternative medicines.

This book includes numerous accounts of patients who had been labeled treatment failures but who had dramatically improved thanks to Dr. Rashid Buttar’s medical philosophy; Written by a specialist in alternative medicine with a successful clientele.

Dr. Buttar has given lectures to doctors all around the world and has been interviewed by local, national, and worldwide news media.

Patients with chronic and “untreatable” disorders are the focus of his Centre for Advanced Medicine and Clinical Research.

Buttar’s Army Service 

Dr. Buttar decided against going to West Point and instead earned a double major in biology and theology from Washington University in St. Louis for his undergraduate degree.

He played varsity football, was a member of a fraternity, and took part in Army ROTC while an undergraduate. He completed his medical education at the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, Iowa, after graduating in 1987.

He received his medical degree there in 1991. His military duty in the US Army began at the same time as he completed his initial post-graduate study in general surgery.

In addition to rotations in Houston’s Ben Taub and LBJ Hospitals and San Antonio’s Brook Army Medical Centre, Dr. Buttar also completed a transitional year internship that was heavily focused on surgery.

After being activated shortly after Desert Storm, he spent a year as the 3rd Brigade Surgeon for the 2nd Infantry Division. He decided to relocate to South Carolina, where he started working at the Moncrief Army Community Hospital at Ft. Jackson in Columbia, South Carolina, where he ultimately stayed until he departed from the US Army in 1996.

Before leaving the US Army, Dr. Buttar served as the Chief of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Moncrief Army Community Hospital. While there, he started as a staff member in the hospital’s emergency room before being elevated to Chief of, Physical Exam Station.

Dr. Buttar had the honor of serving in the 2nd Infantry Division, the 101st Air Assault Division, and the 5th Special Forces Group during his military career in a variety of capacities.

After fulfilling a 4-year requirement he had been given by his ROTC scholarship, Dr. Buttar served 5 years in the active reserve and 4 years on active duty before leaving the Army at the age of 29 and was promoted to the rank of Major below the zone.


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17 thoughts on “Rashid Buttar, British-born American conspiracy theorist died at 57”

    • I am so angry that there still is an agenda to tag people as Dr.Buttar a conspiation theorist….almost all his claims has been proven!!! And still they continious! People are able to think for them self! They are not idiots!!!

  1. What a horrible news story. Is this an obituary or an attempt to slander the man? Most of what Dr Buttar talked about in the early days of the “pandemic” have now been proven true by hundreds, if not thousands, of doctors and independent researchers. Repeatedly calling him a “conspiracy theorist” and trying to connect him to “Q” does nothing but damage your own reputation and makes you look like shills for Big Pharma.

    You can do better.

      Not only to Bashar,but to his daughters.
      What a sick world we live in and I’m so happy that all those who stood up against all the mega deception behind everything these past few years has been proven right.
      May love and light guide you in your ongoing journey of truth Bashar!
      Thank you for all you have exposed.❤

    • How they label ‘C Theorists’, tells me this writer is not a true journalist. This man did great work. Why must so many disgusting labels be put upon Great, intelligent, hard working honorable men? And about someone who cannot speak in their own defense. Tragic loss in more ways than one. Shameful!

    • I agree. The author of this article disgusts me. Trying to besmirch Dr Buttar’s reputation AFTER DEATH. These people are so sick and twisted. They have absolutely no morals and they need to be permanently removed from society. Absolutely disgraceful.

    • De hecho, debería hacerlo mejor, tanta mediocridad abruma. Mis condolencias a un médico valiente, que sabe dios si murió solo o lo ayudaron.

  2. Unfortunately in the corrupted worldwide system we live, you cannot speak out the truth! Persistence in exposing the lies and deception of our corrupted society governed by the antichristian crocks can be life threatening!

  3. I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of Dr. Bhuttar. A wonderful doctor who told the truth about what’s going on and the travesty that’s being perpetrated on us all.

    God bless his family… And Dr. Bhuttar on his new travels.

    • He knew the truth. He did not tell lies. He spoke the truth. Therefore he was assassinated like the other truth tellers. He’s with God now. In a much better place. God bless this wonderful man.

  4. This is a disgrace to slander a man that was doing his best to speak the truth which has clearly been proven since the beginning. To question anything people are considered to be a conspiracy theorist, when in the past it was required and both sides debate with evidence and reach a conclusion. These says people just accept anything without question. Use your brain for once in your life and study. People perish because of lack of knowledge. At least this man was willing to question and look at the evidence and true science. May the Lord bless him and strengthen his family during this time. And if there was any foul play may they pay the ultimate price. Bring them Down and deal with them with Fire Lord if they refuse to repent. To this journalists. God has not given us a spirit of fear (f=false, e=evidence, a=appearing, r=real) but a Spirit of Love, POWER, and a Sound Mind. Another point. No weopen formed against us will prosper and no tongue that is raised against us will stand. Your supposed tribute with false labeling of the world will not deter his work nor his effort to speak and help people with Love, Power and A Sound MIND.

  5. Dr. Rashid Buttar died way too young, I feel there might be some things being kept from the public, I hope it’s for the benefit of humanity, but either way he & his family & the entire world should be very proud for all he did do for the very short time he was able to be here. Imagine if he could of had more time, what this man could of have done for humanity in a positive way, unlike some of these so called doctors, as they like to call themselves & everyone should stay away from big pharma, I mean, that is if you actually want to live & live a long life & not die before its your time. Rest in peace Dr. Rashid Buttar, sending you much love as you continue your journey, hope I’m blessed to be touched by your love & kindness once again for all you did to help humanity to wake up. My condolences to his family. I have such gratitude for this man…may he never be forgotten.

    Marli Baker

  6. I’m so sorry about the Pasing of Dr. Buttar. My heart goes out to the family. To the evil people who killed him, your day will come.
    And the audacity of those calling him a conspiracy theorist, check your credentials and phsyce. Then the EU parliament covid summit.
    Right now I’m proud to say I’m mastering my dark shadow(anger) self. Keep up the good fight soldiers. Never give up.
    Loving regards, nurse, pureblood. ❤️❤️❤️

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