All of a sudden, everyone is talking about health care reform. From corporations like Wal-Mart to the Demonocrats in the House and Senate, it seems that everyone – business, government and the public – recognizes that our health care system is broken and needs to be fixed. But so far, nobody in any position of power has offered a plan that would actually make Americans healthier and therefore prevent disease.
Yes, there’s lots of so-called “reform” schemes being tossed around, but if you take a closer look you’ll find that they’re all just financial shell games that pass the buck on who pays for a diseased population.
Our health care industry is really a disease management industry that is based on maximizing profits while keeping the American people in a state of chronic degenerative disease while pushing drugs, surgery and other treatments that do nothing to address the causes of poor health in the first place.
Nobody teaches disease prevention and nobody in power has a plan for actually making us healthier.
What we need in the U.S. is genuine health care reform legislation that essentially eliminates the sick care industry (conventional medicine) and starts giving us the information and resources needed to prevent disease in the first place.
Since any real progress in health care legislation is nothing but a pipe dream because there are way too many jobs and investors tied up in the continued “diseasification” of the American people to expect any real reform, I thought I would add my two cents in what should happen.
America has become a disease economy that needs to keep the disease racket running just to post decent economic gains. And no politician who wants to stay in office will dare recommend that Americans should actually be taught how to stay healthy and prevent disease because a healthy population would devastate conventional medicine, the cancer industry, drug companies and health care jobs.
The following issues are those that Congress should pass but won’t. Why? Because too many powerful corporations and influential non-profit organizations actually depend on diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart disease for their continued existence.
- Teach the incredible benefits of a natural food, vegan diet and lifestyle in the public schools.
- Ban aspartame, water fluoridation and mercury filling.
- End FDA corruption and radically reform this criminal agency.
- Require open source publication of all clinical drug trials, even the negative results.
- Ban direct-to-consumer drug advertising on TV.
- Stop junk food and soda advertising to children.
- Overhaul national dietary guidelines to benefit consumers, not big business.
- Ban the use of known cancer-causing additives in the food supply.
- End censorship for nutritional supplement manufacturers.
- Require food manufacturers to list acrylamides, pesticides, heavy metals content and GMO’s.
- Outlaw cancer-causing chemicals and fragrances in personal care products.
- Launch public service ad campaigns that teach consumers how to tell the difference between healthy vs. unhealthy food and grocery products.
- End the pharmaceutical industry’s FDA-enforced drug monopoly.
- End patent protection for genes, seeds and medicines.
And why is there a better chance of a blizzard in Hawaii than these measures ever being allowed to pass?
Because the profit-minded medical industry and big pHaarma would lose billions and hundreds of thousands of people who depend upon the continuation of disease would be out of a job. Making people healthier would be devastating to the economy in the short term.
The corrupt politicians and government regulators who continue to run the country want to maintain the status quo of keeping the public in a state of continued disease, with no cures available, so that all those businesses and organizations that count on the continuation of degenerative disease don’t have to downsize.
Do not ever think that the disease epidemics sweeping our nation don’t have solutions. We already know how to prevent and cure asthma, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, depression, ADD and ADHD, and most other degenerative diseases. The reason they are not prevented and cured is because it is not in the interests of those in power to have a healthy population.
Most of the laws on the books today were designed and pushed by corporations so they serve the interests of those corporations. And, it is not in the interests of these powerful corporations to see a healthy population that avoids disease
Understand this: Americans are intentionally kept in a state of disease because that is what produces the maximum profits for the corporations that own this country.
Once you realize this, you understand 99% of the real problem with health care. It’s not about who pays, or how much they pay, or what kind of discounts can be negotiated… it’s about ending the conspiracy to keep us sick.
So, when it comes to health care, don’t expect any legislative miracles from either political party. Even a massive switch to socialized medicine, assuming it could happen, is still useless unless we start teaching disease prevention. Unless you actually prevent disease and fundamentally improve the health of the people, no structure of health care coverage will save us from a near-certain future: a population trapped in a system of disease proliferation that will ultimately cause the collapse of the U.S. economy and the end of America as we know it.
Of course, you can always “race for the cure” if you’re really stupid enough to think that running around in circles, raising money for Big Pharma via a corrupt non-profit organization, is going to solve this problem.
Without question, the healthiest people in the U.S. are those that operate outside the health care system. Health care reform doesn’t matter to them because they’ve already reformed their own health by taking control of their health and putting it back in their hands. They make informed choices about food, medicine and exercise, they rarely, if ever, see doctors and they are skeptical, informed, and healthy consumers.
It’s a nice bandwagon to be on. It just takes a little effort, determination and the desire to not give your money to people that will only treat your symptoms with drugs and surgery.
“Treat the cause. Not the Symptom.”