I don't know how true this article is but it is certainly not only feasible but absolutely has to go that way. Here in Britain, fat people and
smokers are constantly under threat not to get the free health service because apparently their ailments are self inflicted.
Strange thing though, sports injuries, pregnancies, flu and cold caught on public transport are not.
Anyway, I am absolutely sure that one day it will be illegal to do anything at all that could be harmful. Meaning that you will have to prove that you
eat certain foods only, do a certain amount of exercise every day, take supplements, vaccines etc, as otherwise you'll lose all privileges.
Isn't that scary?
I remember a scene from the film "The Island", where the inhabitants have their wee analysed when peeing into the toilet and the toilet speaks and
tells them that they seem low on XYZ and have to take/eat XYZ to counter the deficiency. [there was a reason but I would spoil the film if i'd tell
I do not want to live in such a world. But this is where it's heading. What if you get arrested for giving chocolate to a child, like an evil drug
The worst thing is that it will be other humans deciding what is healthy and what is not, and history tells us that these things are usually wrong.
What was hailed as 'good' in the 70's is now bad. One day we are told red wine is good for us, the next it is dangerous.
We are not advanced enough to force anything upon ourselves. Why not let people be? I want to smoke and drink and eat chocolate and if that takes 10
years of my life, I'll die in the knowledge that at least I had some fun.
But our health s not what concerns these people, because if I pay tax, I pay for the NHS and hence I should be able to use it for whatever I need,
even if self inflicted. The reason they do this is for control and money.
We are but a nuisance to the rich and powerful and the more we can be kept like chickens in a battery farm, the better for them. That is the real
What has happened to the world? Nobody should 'own' me or my body.