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The Misguided Medical Paradigm of Our Time
It's time for an in-depth exploration. Just as I've conducted an extensive analysis of central banking, I'm now embarking on a comprehensive examination of the healthcare system in the upcoming weeks. This journey will encompass vaccines, 'pandemics,' pharmaceuticals, cancer, and extend all the way to the domain of food, and more. The goal is to illuminate the systematic factors contributing to our overall well-being and health.
Medical fascism is undeniably pervasive within our mainstream healthcare system. One of the most heartless and subtle ways in which our well-being is covertly under siege pertains not only to the food we consume but also to our deeply corrupted healthcare system, which has been infiltrated and is predominantly influenced by powerful pharmaceutical conglomerates, often referred to as 'Big Pharma,' and to a somewhat lesser extent, massive food corporations, often termed 'Big Food.'
Declaring that our healthcare system has disappointed us in the past, continues to disappoint in the present, and is systematically manipulated to fail us in the future, would be an understatement of historic proportions. It's important to acknowledge that the overall state of human health shows no signs of improvement, despite the so-called 'medical advancements' of the last century or more. It's an irrefutable reality that the incidence of newly emerging, severe diseases is steadily rising with time, even as certain previously devastating illnesses have neared eradication.
For instance, five decades ago, the likelihood of one person developing cancer during their lifetime was as low as 1 in 50. Now, that statistic has worsened to the point where we can only hope it remains as low as 1 in 3 and continues to decrease year after year. This pattern is also observed with various other ailments like Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, AIDS/HIV, and the multitude of so-called 'mental' conditions that have only been prevalent for a relatively short time, such as ADHD and Bipolar Disorder, among others.
Why is this the case? Has anyone genuinely attempted to address this question? I am of the belief that the elite-controlled medical establishment deliberately avoids this question at all costs because they are already privy to the answer, and they would rather keep the public in the dark, if possible.
“Our current system of drugs-and-surgery conventional medicine will bankrupt any state or nation foolish enough to depend on it. No nation that bets its future on pharmaceuticals and chemotherapy is going to win that bet. They will all collapse in the end because you can’t create a healthy nation by drugging your population into a state of health. As long as Big Pharma dominates health care and it currently runs the medical journals, medical schools, hospitals, and even the FDA so you will never have a health care system that has any interest whatsoever in teaching people how to be healthy. When profits come from sickness, the corporations always find new ways to keep people sick.” — Mike Adams
For instance, consider this for a moment: A typical medical doctorate requires approximately 4 to 6 years of rigorous study at any Western medical institution or university, depending on the specific program. One would naturally expect that an educational curriculum about the intricacies of the human body should encompass a thorough examination of human nutrition, its impact on all bodily organs and functions, and methods for preventing diseases and ailments through a well-balanced diet and vitamin intake. It is indeed rather peculiar that our standard medical education curriculum does not include even a single lecture on nutrition or disease prevention throughout six years of study.
“Surely not,” you might exclaim. “How could this be true?” I was genuinely taken aback when I delved into this matter personally and even made a seemingly unnecessary visit to my General Medical Practitioner (GP) just to pose the question myself.
I asked him, “Can you recommend any effective nutritional programs to help me recover from the persistent fatigue and lethargy I've been experiencing?” His response, given my present understanding of the matter, didn't come as a surprise. Without hesitation or a hint of embarrassment, he replied that nutrition was not the solution. He suggested that as long as my diet was reasonably adequate, nutrition wasn't a concern. Instead, without seeking my opinion, he proceeded to write a prescription for some medication, which I politely declined. “It's quite harmless,” he assured me, “and it will boost your energy and well-being.” After again declining his offer, I inquired why he didn't believe that good, natural nutrition held the answer. He candidly stated that nutrition wasn't within his area of expertise, and he couldn't offer guidance in that regard. I expressed my gratitude and left without the prescription.
Isn't it astonishing that someone receiving a substantial salary from public funds to safeguard human health not only lacked knowledge of the impact of good or bad nutrition on our bodies but also readily recommended pharmaceutical drugs without due consideration for the consequences of introducing artificial substances into one's body? He likely knew very little about nutrition and probably relied on information from the local pharmaceutical representative or the accompanying leaflet. How reliable is such information? Not very, I strongly suspect.
I am equally convinced that we are conditioned and encouraged to consult our doctors for the slightest ailment we encounter. An itch on your leg? Visit the doctor for a patented product to 'cure' it. A severe headache? Rush to get industrial-strength painkillers.
However, I firmly believe this is a significant error. Our bodies possess a remarkable ability to heal themselves with time and the right support, allowing many minor (or even major) ailments to be naturally alleviated. The issue arises when we embark on a course of pharmaceutical treatment, which interferes with and disrupts our body's natural healing abilities, often prolonging or worsening the problem. Big Pharma benefits greatly from this scenario. Instead of allowing ailments to naturally subside, they profit more when individuals undertake treatments that can sometimes worsen the issue, necessitating additional drugs to counteract the sometimes catastrophic side effects.
Independent research has cast doubt on the overall effectiveness of pharmaceuticals, leading to the inescapable conclusion that many of them work similarly to placebos. In other words, they work because the recipient expects them to work, not because they have a beneficial chemical effect on the body. For example, in controlled experiments, subjects who were told they were not receiving pain-relieving medication, even though they were, found the medication entirely ineffective. In essence, it's the patient's mindset that influences the treatment's effectiveness, not the medication itself.
These findings challenge the scientific validity of numerous trials, particularly those that disregard the role of expectation. This raises a question: If many pharmaceuticals only work due to the power of the mind, why do some drugs appear to outperform placebos in clinical trials?
The answer to that may come as a surprise: People participating in randomized, placebo-controlled studies typically hope to receive the actual drugs, not placebos. How do they determine if they've received the 'real' drugs? By observing the emergence of negative side effects. As these side effects surface—such as constipation, sexual disorders, nausea, headaches, and the like—participants convince themselves that they've been given the 'real' medication. From that point onward, their minds make it a reality. As a result, blood pressure might actually decrease, or cholesterol numbers may drop, and so on.
Patients effectively manifest whatever expectations were set when they were recruited for the drug trial in the first place. Even the process of recruiting people for drug trials implants expectations in their minds. After all, patients are recruited for a 'cancer drug trial' or a 'blood pressure drug trial' or some other trial where the anticipated outcome becomes evident during the recruitment phase. As stated by Mike Adams in Natural News on February 22, 2011.
In a recent year, before Covid-19, there was another occasion when I visited a doctor's office. This time, I was there on behalf of my 86-year-old grandfather, who was registered blind and extremely frail. I approached this visit with an open mind, ready to be conciliatory and non-confrontational, although I had a sense of what to anticipate.
My reason for the visit stemmed from my long-standing concern that the doctor had been prescribing medication after medication to my grandfather. It had escalated to the point where he was taking a staggering sixteen different medications daily, including three distinct anti-depressants, three painkillers, and two different cholesterol-lowering drugs. Is it not astonishing that a supposedly intelligent and highly skilled medical practitioner could genuinely believe that this situation was in the best interest of anyone's health?
I began by posing the obvious question: “How could the pharmaceutical companies possibly know that taking all these medications in combination would be unequivocally safe? Wouldn't it be impossible for them to conduct clinical trials on every possible combination of these drugs, especially when they're produced by various companies?” His response left me dumbfounded. Sitting in his expensive leather chair, clad in his $1000 suit, Rolex watch, and $300 shoes, he had a smug, supercilious smile on his 30-something-year-old face as he pointed at his computer screen and said, “We don't need clinical trials. These days, we have a piece of software that tells us whether drug combinations are safe.”
I was taken aback, to say the least. Did I hear him correctly? Did he truly believe or even comprehend the implications of what he had just said? Or was it merely a way to dismiss individuals like me who might not have the intellectual capacity to grasp such matters? I couldn't help but respond somewhat abruptly, “Have you never heard of the acronym from the IT world, 'garbage in, garbage out'?” I went on to explain that a computer program's reliability is contingent on the accuracy of the data it's given, an area of expertise I had some knowledge about, given that my job for the CIA heavily relied on data driven decisions. How could a piece of software arrive at a dependable conclusion unless the data it was working with was based on accurate clinical trials in the first place?
From his reaction, it was evident that I had overstayed my welcome in his office. This well-groomed, smartly dressed, highly educated, and seemingly intelligent young professional, who I dare say had likely never entertained an independent or unconventional thought in his life, was being questioned by someone like me—a woman, who studied for less than a month and still looking like a 17-year-old girl. I was not only disputing the 'facts' on which he had built his lucrative career, if not his entire life, but I was also challenging his unexamined assumptions. He had probably never questioned this scenario in his own mind and was certainly not inclined to discuss it with someone with no medical training. We were essentially dismissed with a wave of his hand and instructed to schedule a formal 'medication review' on our way out. “Goodbye” was the parting word.
The subsequent 'formal medication review,' which took place the following week and which I also attended, was remarkably brief, consisting of the following exchange in its entirety:
Doctor to my grandfather: “Hello, please sit down. You are here for a medication review, I believe?”
Me (after a brief pause): “Yes.” (My grandfather did not hear the doctor's question).
Doctor (glancing briefly at his computer screen): “Yes, that all looks fine.”
Me: “Is that it?”
Doctor: “Yes, goodbye and thank you.”
The entire meeting, from entering his office to leaving, took approximately 30 seconds and cost $300. I chose not to question this process, as doing so would likely have antagonized him and possibly jeopardized his professional relationship with my grandfather, who, at that stage of his life, would not have benefited from conflict with his doctor. We left his office and returned to the intensive regimen of drugs to which my grandfather had been subjected for the past five years.
During this time, I witnessed a transformation in my grandfather. He had gone from being a person with a sound mental and physical constitution (given his age) to a frail, bewildered individual who was partially blind and deaf. Although I acknowledge that some of the deterioration in his condition could be attributed to the natural aging process, the extreme changes in him strongly suggest otherwise. Personally, I have made a firm decision never to ingest any pharmaceutical drug while still in possession of my full mental faculties.
Please do not misconstrue my intentions. The vast majority of doctors are highly trained, professional, thoroughly competent, and knowledgeable in addressing physical bodily issues such as fractures, sprains, and muscular problems—essentially, repairing physically 'broken' bodies. I would not hesitate to seek their expertise if I required a 'physical' remedy. However, the track record of first-world doctors in treating or preventing general bodily ailments and diseases is nothing short of scandalous and a disgrace to a supposedly civilized society.
We have been so conditioned and inundated with propaganda that promotes pharmaceutical solutions as the 'norm' or the 'only way' to address health issues. Consequently, we tend to regard the treatment or prevention of diseases through nutrition and balanced, vitamin-rich diets as a form of 'quackery' or witchcraft. Big Pharma strives to portray natural health solutions as archaic practices, equating them psychologically with medieval methods like using leeches and 'bleeding' patients.
“…doctors and health 'experts' have astonishing gaps in knowledge that should be considered basic health information in any first-world nation. Parents, too, lack any real literacy in nutrition and health. That's largely because medical journals, health authorities, and the mass media actively misinform them about health and nutrition issues, hoping to prevent people from learning how to take care of their own health using simple, natural remedies and cures.” — Natural News, 2009
Pharmaceutical companies are not primarily concerned with maintaining human health at its peak; they exist to generate profits for their elite owners and shareholders while keeping health levels at shockingly low standards to further their drug sales agendas. They excel at both of these endeavors. Big Pharma companies rank among the wealthiest organizations globally, with 51 of the top 100 wealthiest organizations being corporations, while only 49 are countries—a staggering fact in itself. The 'big four' pharmaceutical companies are even among the top 10.
This situation entails companies with more disposable income than most countries dictating to the medical profession how to conduct an effective health regime while reaping enormous profits from this approach. It raises the question: What is wrong with this picture?
“The medical practice of today is anything but a healing modality. It is geared toward maximum profit generated by those for whom disease is a growth industry. They poison the environment and encourage you to eat bad food, simply because they are invested in your becoming sick.” — Les Visible, musician, and researcher.
Your body doesn't become ill because it lacks artificial, pharmaceutical, allopathic drugs. It falls ill due to a deficiency of proper, adequate nutrition or because it has been infected by an external agent such as a bacteria or a virus, often exacerbated by incorrect nutrition. So why do we rush to dose ourselves with, more often than not, harmful chemicals at the first sign of any issues or discomfort with our bodies? I suggest it is because we and our doctors alike are conditioned by 'the system' fostered by Big Pharma.
Unfortunately, as I we all probably know by now, giant multinational pharmaceutical companies have completely infiltrated all the major healthcare organizations, from cancer research charities like the notoriously corrupt American Cancer Society (ACS) to the equally dubious American Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as well as the British and American Medical Associations (BMA and AMA), and even medical education institutions across the Western world. Their primary intention is to deceive the world about healthcare. The FDA, in particular, has been implicated for allowing highly profitable yet highly toxic substances into the food chain—a practice that can only be described as, at best, irresponsible and at worst, criminal.
Our healthcare system is not designed to promote your well-being. Instead, it thrives on profiting from your ailments, ensuring that you remain just healthy enough to stay alive so that it can continue to push drugs on you. The last thing the Elite wants is a populace that is healthy, well-nourished, physically and mentally robust, capable of clear thinking, and able to care for themselves and their families. What they actually desire is a sickly, malnourished society, completely dependent on them and their poisons, unable to act and think freely. This allows them to exploit our vulnerable situations to the maximum, all in the pursuit of reaping their immense annual profits. Regrettably, over time, this is precisely what they have managed to achieve.
As a central component of this policy, they also do not wish for you to comprehend nutritional disease prevention, as there is little to no profit to be made from prevention, but plenty to be gained from 'cures.'
When I refer to 'cures,' please be aware that I use the term very loosely. In reality, most pharmaceutical 'cures' merely address the symptoms and not the underlying cause of the issue. For instance, if you have a severe headache, Big Pharma suggests taking a potent painkiller or one of their migraine formulas. While this may alleviate the pain, it disregards the vital fact that pain serves as a signal, alerting us to an underlying issue. Simply eliminating the pain does not resolve the root cause, and it can even be dangerous as it suppresses the 'alarm call' that pain is meant to be. To draw an analogy, imagine the plane you are flying on develops a fault, and the red master warning sounds in the cockpit. Would you like the pilot to simply press the button (which turns it off) or cover up the small red lightbulb to 'fix' the problem and declare it resolved when the light is no longer visible? Or would you expect the pilot to examine said warning signal and actually safely land the plane?
Almost 100% of pharmaceutical drugs work in this manner, including their so-called cancer medications. Radiation therapy and chemotherapy, for instance, primarily remove the tumor (sometimes) and kill ALL cells (both healthy and unhealthy), effectively destroying the body's natural defense or immune system, leaving it vulnerable to a recurrence of cancer in other parts of the body and numerous other life-threatening ailments. Unfortunately, this scenario is far too common. Many people are elated to hear that their cancer is in remission shortly after a course of radiation. However, what we are seldom told is that cancer frequently returns with a vengeance, taking advantage of an immune system that has been thoroughly decimated. Even if the cancer does not reappear, the body's natural defenses are left in shambles, making the individual susceptible to a wide range of additional diseases.
As clear-thinking individuals, consumers of natural health products often look at the actions of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and wonder from which planet its decision-makers seem to originate. It's as if the FDA is operating in an entirely different reality than the rest of us—a world where nutrients are dangerous but synthetic chemicals are perfectly safe for human consumption. In fact, the notion that FDA bureaucrats and modern medicine advocates are inhabiting a different reality is not far from the truth. In my view, FDA decision-makers are entirely disconnected from reality. They operate on a system of false beliefs and circular reasoning that justifies their efforts to protect Big Pharma profits by exploiting, misleading, and directly harming the public.
So, Big Pharma, in collaboration with Big Food, the FDA, and their corporate media affiliates (all ultimately owned by the same elite families at the top of the pyramid), conspire to wreak havoc on human health, all in pursuit of making billions, if not trillions, from our suffering. They pretend to spend our millions in the form of charitable donations to seek cures for diseases that, in most cases, can be addressed simply, affordably, and effectively through proper and adequate nutrition.
The nature of the medical establishment today is disconcerting, to say the least. Doctors of all kinds have been trained to prescribe double-edged medical 'solutions' to their patients, depleting patients' finances with side-effect-ridden pharmaceuticals and invasive surgeries. Mainstream medical science is increasingly being revealed as fraudulent, but many still view doctors and medical officials as 'experts' who can do no wrong." — Andre Evans, Activist Post, October 19, 2011
This concludes Part 1, serving as an introductory segment. Next, we will delve into the following topics: Vaccines, pandemics, HIV/AIDS, cancer, autism, drugs, cholesterol, as well as food and nutrition, including genetically modified food, junk food, glutamate and much more.
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