The medical establishment’s culture of death

The medical establishment’s culture of death

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God said that all who do not love Him must, necessarily, love death (Proverbs 8:36).

The love of death is prevalent in our society for a number of reasons, most of which are not widely understood. When informed of the esoteric (hidden) and occultic nature of these influences, people tend to reject the information. Most folks deny the fact of mass social conditioning toward the love of death because they are actually among the many who are deceived and programmed. Perhaps the biggest outfit serving up death to Americans is the professional medical establishment, a truth that is precisely the opposite of what we are schooled and told.

Our forebearers knew the truth of the matter. They lived in a time when it was easier, more traditional, more fashionable and more practical to choose God over the ideologies of men.

Our grandparents, for example, knew what a hospital was. It was a place one entered to die.

By gradual socialization and the influence of medical and drug establishment change agents, together with a cooperative, controlled mass media and government, the public mind was changed until people began to perceive of hospitals as a place of prolonging life. The knowledgeable elite laugh at those who possess this mass belief.

It is a well-known fact, rarely publicized, that hospitals are the most dangerous places to visit because of the ever-present threat of bacteria and disease. On any given day, 1 in 25 hospital patients will acquire a healthcare-associated infection (HAI). According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 700,000 Americans annually contract a HAI during a hospital stay, and more than 1 in 10 of those will die from it. Additionally, Johns Hopkins patient safety experts have found that in the U.S. there are more than 250,000 deaths per year attributable to medical error, making it the CDC’s third leading cause of death.

But it is likely much, much worse than these “official numbers.” Some research indicates that the number of iatrogenic deaths (deaths induced inadvertently by a physician, surgeon, medical treatment or diagnostic test) total more than 780,000 annually; in-hospital adverse reactions to prescribed drugs may total more 2.2 million per year; more than 20 million antibiotic prescriptions are written each year for viral infections (for which they have no effect); more than 7.5 million unnecessary medical and surgical procedures are performed each year; and another 8.9 million are hospitalized unnecessarily each year.

Hospitals and medical research centers have become virtual temples to human experimentation in the “quest for knowledge.”

But if you wait for studies on natural foods and herbs to be done by the pharmaceuticals, you will wait a thousand years because natural remedies cannot be patented and prescribed. It’s all about money!

The balance of maintaining good health against the threat of sickness is precarious and delicate. When we become sick, we can make a choice to do nothing, to do a little, or to do a lot about it. No matter what choice we make, three results are possible: do nothing and die, do a little and get a little better, or do a lot and get better. If we choose “professional medical care,” there is still the distinct possibility, especially in a hospital, that we may die. Often doing nothing would have otherwise resulted in a complete cure in due time. The body is an amazing healer, if not unduly influenced in the direction of illness and death by occult intervention. God made our bodies that way. The body is created and “programmed” to defeat sickness.

What of doctors? Even the best doctors make only educated guesses. Many of us who have weathered many years of life know our bodies well enough to know exactly what we need, and when we need it, in times of illness. Our own educated guesses, based on experience and insight into our own bodies, together with a measure of spiritual relationship to God, are often better than the doctors’ guesses.

Medical treatment today is geared toward extensive, expensive testing, drugs and surgery. The system is geared that way to make money. Man has his own purposes, while God has His. The kinds of medical treatment administered today are often unnecessary, and when practiced on a mass basis often lead to mass destructive consequences.

Everyone has heard of the recent mass failure of antibiotics and the rise of new, resistant forms of bacteria and disease. The import of millions of Third World aliens and their diseases, under the guise of “pluralism” and “multiculturalism” and “the free market economy,” have multiplied the destruction of American lives.

If you don’t believe what I am saying, ask any medical professional if he or she can give you the name of one prescription drug that does two things: 1) cures the unhealthful condition; and, 2) does not produce some side effect or “downside” that isn’t equal to or worse than the original condition. There is no such drug.

I once had a conversation with a doctor about taking an aspirin every day for the widely publicized benefits to the circulatory system. Based on information in the mass media, I told the doctor that I couldn’t think of any reason not to take the aspirin, and he responded, “It’s a trade-off. There are always side effects, differing with each person, even if we don’t know yet exactly what the effects are.”

God didn’t create the body to be a drug bin. We aren’t born with drug deficiencies.

Next time you think you need a doctor, keep in mind that doctors have about the same average life expectancy as the general population. Wouldn’t it seem reasonable to assume that with all the vast medical knowledge, resources, equipment and pharmaceuticals they have access to each day that they would have found the secret to longer lifespans for themselves, at least?

Health is never medical treatment. Health comes from no man, but it is the natural state of the body and mind — a lifestyle — maintained by eating real, unaltered food, drinking lots of clean water, and getting plenty of exercise and good sleep. This common sense is more conducive to good health than the alchemy in all the occult medical establishment volumes ever written.

Very few doctors outrun their education — Beware!

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