David Whitehead

Belief Systems, Human Potential, The Fabian Agenda, & Warriorship

September 20, 2018

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S y n o p s i s

Our lives are governed by our beliefs. Many of them, we may believe to be the truth. Often times these beliefs, can have the potential to create happiness or unhappiness in our lives and the world around us. Two people with the exactly same set of circumstances and conditions, can have a completely different experience, because of the beliefs they hold. The beliefs which we choose to believe are rarely an absolute truth. Beliefs are usually a relative truth. At times they can feel like they are actually the truth, because of the evidence we have created about them from our lives. This evidence can evolve from the media, society, people around us, personal experience, parents, teachers and religion.

This and a discussion about current world events and solutions.



B i o


I was Born in Calgary Alberta, and am currently residing in British Columbia Canada. I am a full time Martial Arts instructor, father, and entrepreneur in the field of health and wellness.

I have always been on a quest. Since as far back as I can remember, something drew me magnetically to the martial arts, warrior legend, and to philosophy. From the rare programs on TV I was able to catch, or the books I came across at the local library, I devoured everything I could find on the tales of courageous samurai, valiant knights and medieval military strategy, comparative religion and mythology, and even modern day super-heroes.

There was something about the iconic warrior archetype that intrigued me more than anything else I had come across.

The world of martial arts opened up to me while watching some martial art demonstrations at the local exhibition centre. I wanted to be those people I saw performing, and I would imagine it was me doing those seemingly miraculous movements so flawlessly and with such confidence.

The Ninja Turtles may have also had an early influence.

I now hold degrees in multiple martial arts styles, and continue to train and teach the physical and spiritual warrior principles to this day.

What I have discovered and experienced from this quest for knowledge is laid out in the material of this site, and in my podcast for your benefit.

What do I get out of it you ask?

I live for this.


M e l ' s  P a r e n t s

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Many people ask me why I am so against socialism. During a recent interview I explained the reasons why. The photograph below is of my parents in Madrid, Spain on December 26, 1962; a mere few weeks after the Cuban Missile Crisis. I decided to include this very personal photograph so that my loyal listeners could gain more understanding as to why I am so opposed to this deadly doctrine.

My parents planned their exit from Cuba once they realized the country was going the way of the Soviet Union. The government expropriated everything. To be able to gain an exit visa, you needed to resign from your job or profession and not derive any income for an entire year. Government personnel would come to your residence to conduct an entire inventory of all of your belongings. Everything belonged to the state/people. On the day of departure, a government representative would return to my parent’s home to account for every single item listed on the inventory list taken previously. If anything was missing you could not leave. Since everything was accounted for, my parents gave the keys to their home to the "people's" government. However, they were asked to leave their luggage and whatever money they were able to save was confiscated. They were only allowed to leave with what they were wearing. Any jewelry was confiscated too (including wedding rings).

So the journey to exile began. First, they made it to Ottawa, Canada and then to Algeria, Africa. Finally, they arrived in Madrid, Spain. This image means a lot to me because it impersonates the struggle that millions of people have gone through because of socialism. My parents were fortunate to leave while they were young and healthy; unlike 150 million of others who perished around the world. The only time in my parent's life that they were the recipients of charity was the day this photograph was taken. They were walking the streets of Madrid, having just arrived, and a street photographer noticed they were not wearing appropriate winter clothing and were very cold. Not only did he take a photograph for posterity, but he also bought them used winter clothes.

For anyone to advocate for socialism without firsthand experience is the height of ignorance, and those of us who were lucky enough to be given a new life and equal opportunity (not outcome) to succeed, will always stand up to this evil. When someone says this can never happen here (wherever you might be), please think again and consider the well documented history that proves otherwise.

Thank you for allowing me to open a very personal window into my life.




















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