posted on Oct, 2 2005 @ 06:45 PM
A good friend was telling me the other day that when you add up all the deaths due to all the varying mistakes made by the western medical system, you
have the leading cause of deaths in the country. It ranks number one on the list when you keep in mind misdiagnoses, accidentals, bed sores,
overmedication or giving wrong pharmaceuticals, surgical slip ups, and a whole host of other western medicinal failures.
To add to this problem, there seems to be an agenda which is slamming the research and fundamentals to a large range of natural cures, remedies, and
homeopathic medicines. Our universe operates along systematic rules and laws, and despite the fact that we don’t really know all these rules,
humans have stumbled onto some solutions. We live in a complicated age, but western medicine seems more flawed today than many of the older ways of
thinking in which nature, prayer, and meditation all converged and contributed to the healing efforts.
I am skeptical of these huge conglomerates who seek to keep you sick. Only providing individuals with temporary fixes rather that permanent solutions
is the strategy. Totally curing these things would cut of their supply/demand chain economics. However, if they could prescribe pills that needed
refilling every month, and mandatory return doctor visits for updated prescriptions, the money keeps rolling in.
Think about it. How many weight loss pills, erectile dysfunction, ADHD pills are these companies making. But no cures, only temporary fixes.
I’m skeptical of the world around me and it’s time you are too.