The US is under biological attack – by an epidemic disease called fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD). The solution? Take away victims’ voting rights. Why?
Because FMD causes high blood pressure. Which causes “cognitive decline” and dementia in young people not just the old, says a new study in
November's issue of Hypertension. Meanwhile, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a recommendation saying voters should
take a ‘standardized mental competency test’ – those who fail will lose their right to vote.
“High blood pressure is likely to cause cognitive decline in young people as well as old, …dementia is growing fast into one of the principal causes
of major disability and mortality," Drs. Staessen and Birkenhager write. …“Public research bodies, regulators, and the pharmaceutical industry should
no longer remain indifferent, but take up the gauntlet. Quo usque tandem abutere patientia nostra?”
(Rough translation: Where is this cover-up going and do you really think we’re going to back you up all the way?)” ”
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JAMA’s piece on voting competency was basically a trial balloon. It flew, and now the University of Pennsylvania Alzheimer's Disease Center has
established an arm for “Developing Practical Guidelines for Voting by Persons with Dementia.” The guidelines look beyond dementia to other mental
disorders and competencies.
Over one third of Americans adults are diagnosed with high blood pressure – many more suffer without diagnosis or treatment. Now, high blood pressure
is becoming widespread in children and youth. The “metabolic syndrome” also is reported as common in teens; it is a cluster of disorders associated
with obesity, diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. All of these illnesses lead to memory and concentration problems, mood and other
disorders and eventually, dementia.
Underlying the high blood pressure epidemic is the fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) epidemic. FMD causes high blood pressure, the metabolic syndrome and
a broad range of seemingly unrelated diseases and disorders.
Over 3.5 million new cases of FMD in adults were reported in the USA in 2003 alone, and FMD is not required to be reported. The disease is chronically
progressive and until recently, usually took decades to become disabling or life threatening. Younger patients now are being diagnosed more and more
FMD can be acquired, sporadic or transmitted congenitally. Congenital transmission often includes genetic mutations. The disease is infectious but
likely not contagious. As it progresses and spreads through the body inside lymph and blood vessel walls, FMD damages the immune, nervous and hormonal
systems, and the metabolism – as well as slowly destroying vessel walls, tissues and organs. Eventually, FMD results in stroke, heart attack, ruptured
aneurysms, arterial dissection or kidney failure. Victims often are disabled before death, mentally as well as physically.
Disease progression is accelerated by many medications and exposure to common contaminants in food, air and water.
FMD’s spread could be curbed with more effective decontamination, sterilization and filtering processes in the food, health and water management
industries. Progression could be delayed or halted with proper controls on drug approvals, and environmental and industrial clean-ups to remove
chemical and other triggers. Stem cell therapy promises treatment for people with advanced stages or mutated forms of the disease.
None of these measures to prevent and treat FMD are supported or approved. Instead, current policies blame the victims and promote “Personal
Responsibility in Health” legislation. In fact, many people cannot afford doctors visits, treatment or drug costs. So the machine pushes “mental
competency tests” for voters.
Victims are cut loose and slated for disfranchisement. They will lose their right to vote along with their health, function and lives.
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[edit on 24-10-2004 by Banshee]