More Useless Voting Rights

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Obamacare is the snowflake on the tip of the iceberg.

The entire System is rotten to its toxic core.

And so-called Alternative Medicine is based on Mainstream Medicine, making it a less-toxic mirror image of Medical Nemesis.

Alternative Medicine, Holistic Medicine, and Naturopathic Medicine are all examples of Downstream Medicine.

Mainstream Medicine is Dr. Evil, and Alternative Medicine is Mini-Me.

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As Ivan Illich pointed out so many years ago in his 1974 book, Medical Nemesis, doctor and hospital errors cause far less deaths than doctors following procedures to the letter.

Our medical system is a Holocaust.

Doctor-bashing is useless. It’s the white-coated, surgical-masked religion they bow to that’s to blame.

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Don’t hate the Player. Hate the Game.

Medical doctors are blameless. They’re ciphers. Zeroes. Pawns in the Game.

The Good Doctor is the problem, not the Bad Doctor, not Dr. Feelgood.

Doctors tend to be pompous, but they have no real power.

Take away their scrubs, gowns, uniforms, and stethoscopes, and they’re nothing but hot air in the wind.

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An iatrogenic illness is an illness caused by a medication or physician.

It’s rarely a result of medical ERROR.

It’s caused by medical NON-ERROR.

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The one way to bring down Medical Nemesis is to make *all* drugs legal, removing the profit incentive from the Great White Death.

On the pretense of protecting us, the Nanny State is killing us.

No more government oversight on Big Pharma!

It’s the Fox guarding the Extermination Camp.

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Thomas Szasz (Our Right to Drugs: The Case for a Free Market, 1992) wrote …

“Casting a ballot is an important act, emblematic of our role as citizens. But eating and drinking are much more important acts. If given a choice between the freedom to choose what to ingest and what politician to vote for, few if any would pick the latter. Indeed, why would anyone be so foolish as to sell his natural birthright to consume what he chooses in return for the mess of pottage of being allowed to register his preference for a political candidate? Yet this is precisely the bargain we the American people have made with our government: more useless voting rights in exchange for fewer critical personal rights. The result is that we consider the fiction of self-government a blessed political right, and the reality of self-medication an accursed medical malady.”
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'More Useless Voting Rights' have 2 comments

  1. September 10, 2019 @ 3:26 pm Atom

    Henry Ford was the first person to import large amounts of soy into the U.S. for two reasons …

    1) car parts

    2) to destroy the beta-carotene in red winter wheat.

    http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Mesmerism

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  2. September 10, 2019 @ 3:28 pm Atom

    Ivan Illich (Medical Nemesis: The Expropriation of Health, 1974) wrote …

    “The medical establishment has become a major threat to health. The disabling impact of professional control over medicine has reached the proportions of an epidemic. Iatrogenesis, the name for this new epidemic, comes from iatros, the Greek word for ‘physician,’ and genesis, meaning ‘origin.’ Discussion of the disease of medical progress has moved up on the agendas of medical conferences, researchers concentrate on the sick-making powers of diagnosis and therapy, and reports of paradoxical damage caused by cures for sickness take up increasing space in medical dope-sheets. The health professions are on the brink of an unprecedented housecleaning campaign. ‘Clubs of Cos,’ named after the Greek Island of Doctors, have sprung up here and there, gathering physicians, glorified druggists, and their industrial sponsors as the Club of Rome has gathered ‘analysts’ under the aegis of Ford, Fiat, and Volkswagen. Purveyors of medical services follow the example of their colleagues in other fields in adding the stick to ‘limits of growth’ to the carrot of ever more desirable vehicles and therapies. Limits to professional health care are a rapidly growing political issue. In whose interest these limits will work will depend to a large extent on who takes the initiative in formulating the need for them: people organized for political action that challenge status-quo professional power, or the health profession intent on expanding their monopoly even further.”

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