As a society, we have failed miserably to grasp the essential idea of preventing illness before it happens. On all national levels, we disobey that basic tenet and go headlong into the threatening waters of treatment, which is rife with misdiagnosis, deadly prescriptions, and outright corruption.
The governing bodies of our medical world are no more interested in preventing depression and disease than the pharmaceutical industry is. Why? BECAUSE THERE’S NO MONEY TO BE MADE BY PREVENTING DEPRESSION AND DISEASE.
Cancer – which could have been cured 50 years ago – is a perfect example of this misguided mentality: Less than one-half of one percent of all the billions of dollars raised every year goes to prevention. The bulk of all donations and appropriations goes toward developing more – guess what? DRUGS.
In fact, every time the friendly store clerk asks you to donate to a particular cause, they are unknowingly acting as shills for the pharmaceutical industry.
As for preventing depression, you have to be joking! The last thing in the world that the medical-pharmaceutical complex wants is to prevent people from being depressed. It’s their heavenly cash cow – money that grows on trees planted in their private back yards.
In pursuit of their ideological need to create an even greater climate of depression in America, these evil-minded conspirators refuse to allow anyone to tamper with their robust business tactics – to the point of preventing any opposition from voicing an opinion, much less confronting the mindless plotters.
To illustrate just how corrupt these schemers are, with all the attention given to the sale of drugs on television, never once has any doctor ever challenged the standard sales gimmick – “Ask your doctor if blah, blah, blah drug is right for you”.
To further illustrate how much control the medical-pharmaceutical complex has, the U.S. is the only industrialized nation in the world that permits drug companies to advertise on television, leading to an across-the-board approval of criminal conspiracy and the abandonment of medical ethics by doctors and the American Medical Association, who have never challenged the fraudulent drug advertisements.
It would be wonderful to live in a society that actually cares about preventing depression and disease, but that’s not possible in America. What we’re left with is not much more than picking up the broken pieces of humanity … and doing what we can to prevent others from the same fate.
Resource material: Depression, It Doesn’t Exist, Vassili, 2009, a guide to truly understanding, preventing, and curing depression; Monument to failure, Vassili, 2006; the most comprehensive study of the American healthcare system ever made.
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