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What – Another Attack on Mainstream Pharmaceutical Medicine and Its Monopoly?
by Paul Fassa
(The Best Years in Life) If you read an earlier TBYIL article of mine, you could safely assume it was a shoot-first-ask-questions-later attack on all of mainstream medicine. Not really. It was meant as down-with-them-all blow on the pharmaceutical industry and its power over mainstream medicine.
But I must clarify additionally, you could have all the allopathic medicine you want if you left the rest of other medicinal practices and substances and those of us who want their services and products alone. In other words, I wouldn't be fighting mad if it weren't for the forceful monopoly appropriately called the Medical Mafia.
A Major Contributing Factor that Enslaves Well People to the Sick Care Industry
We do not have medical freedom, and the health insurance industry helps keep it that way. Amazingly, there is hardly any insurance coverage for alternative treatments, known or unknown. It doesn't make sense that insurers won't cover folks who seek alternative treatments.
They are much less expensive and don't lead to a stream of referring specialists and high priced medical test using very expensive equipment managed by well paid specialists and technicians. A naturopath may do a blood or hair sample test, determine what toxins you have and sell you a couple of supplements while recommending a diet specific for you.
A doctor of Chinese Medicine analyzes several aspects of your pulse, unknown to most, looks at your tongue, and does acupuncture and/or put you on an herbal remedies specific to your underlying biological imbalances. Ayurveda practitioners determine where you are out of balance similarly, but are more inclined to put you on your right diet with a few herbs.
Those aren't the only alternative choices, of course. But they serve to demonstrate how inexpensive those treatments are. Their practitioners don't have to be concerned about monthly lease premiums for expensive technological equipment. They don't need it. They practice the art of healing the whole body.
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So on the one hand we have individuals who pursue those alternative medical practices who are usually not too bad off or at least are willing to take responsibility for their health. In other words, these people are less disease care financial risks than those who indulge in MD visits and take all the pharmaceuticals prescribed.
And on the other hand there are real healers who don't demand fees as high as their medical allopathic counterparts to cover their expenses, and the medical establishment does all it can to discredit and ruin them. Paying out of pocket for continual visits or treatments can put a pinch on most folks' budgets, which is the way it usually goes with alternative health care's practice of healing the whole person and establishing optimum health that's able to prevent disease.
Lower risks of covering big medical bills from inflated hospital care should motivate a willingness to offer insurance to those of us who shy away from pharmaceutical drugs and invasive procedures to cure diseases that are not urgently threatening life. But that's not the case at all.
The insurance companies tend to almost exclusively cover only FDA – AMA approved standard of care procedures and Big Pharma chemicals, no matter the expense. After all, mainstream medicine doesn't pay for them.
People pay for them with monthly premiums through their health insurance coverage provider. Even then, there are additional charges that are not covered and demand out of pocket payments.
The Model of Allopathic Medicine as the Only Medicine Has Been Socially Imprinted
As a mortgage broker once upon a previous lifetime, around 1990, I helped a guy refinance his previously paid off house to the hilt to pay a large hospital bill for his wife, who had died of cancer according to their report, while under their medical care.
He was doing okay with his independent home contracting work, but if he were to get injured or too sick to work he would then be vulnerable to a foreclosure on his house that was free and clear once upon a time.
I remember asking him if he really wanted to do a refinance that equaled the value of his free and clear small town Indiana home. He actually expressed his gratitude to the hospital for the care they gave his wife, running up a big bill of over a hundred grand the whole time. He thought it was the right thing to do. I'm sure others do too. I don't.
There's way too much money going in the wrong places under the name of healthcare. The whole motivation has gone financial. Even the word monopoly is used to describe allopathic medicine's grip on all disease care disguised as healthcare. And the insurance racket is a large part of it.
Don't get me wrong. If there is injury from impact or bullet or any life and death threatening situation that suddenly presents itself, there is no current method of handling those situations than what allopathic medicine delivers. There they've earned their stripes with “heroic interventions”.
But those interventions don't cure disease and restore health as well as the practitioners suppressed by the agents of allowed medical practices that are covered by health insurance providers. Real healthcare comes from the so called alternative and traditional healing arts that are not as drastic or expensive.
The Medical Monopoly Started as Rockefeller Medicine
Investigative journalist Eustace Mullins points at the Rockefeller family's early crusade to eliminate herbal and homeopathic education shortly after the turn of the 20th Century as the reason other medical practices were made so scarce they became mostly unknown by the 1950s. Then Dr. Kildare became a god to millions.
The late Eustace Mullins also cites the Rockefeller family as the primary force for monopolizing medicine and open the floodgates for their expanding pharmaceutical financial interests. He claims John D. Rockefeller and family also came to control the health insurance industry to make sure anyone could afford their expensive monopoly of cancer treatments.
The prolific almost poetic writer and excellent factual history researcher Mullins laid it out in his book Murder by Injection; The Story of the Medical Conspiracy Against America, which you can read on a free pdf provided here.
About the Author:
Paul Fassa started looking into natural health to overcome his unhealthy lifestyle. Then he developed more interest as he researched his articles for Natural News and Align Life.
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