As I discovered at age 12, nobody wants to hear that they have an unhealthy diet, especially one they are addicted to (in 2006, for the first time in my life, somebody to my influence). The American medical paradigm plays into people's sense of learned helplessness and their desire for immediate self-gratification. In believing their diets to be "adequate," they do not have to engage in any self-discipline to change. When the day comes that they face health problems, the doctor will make it better by giving them a pill or surgically removing the offending organ. Their worldview requires no self-discipline and puts their fate in the hands of a highly paid specialist who can easily remedy the problem. The medical racket relies on people's complacency and addictions. Modern medicine says, "Don't worry, your diet is fine, and if you get heart disease as a function of being alive, well, we have the answer to that, but your death may be 'normal.'" In 1970, by his doctor. Today, nearly the same thing is told to cancer patients. Modern medicine says, "Give us your responsibility, and we will make everything OK. You must trust us." One doctor friend encourages his patients to change their health habits to be healthy (mainly diet, exercise, and the obvious stop smoking), but they do not want to hear it. They want a pill to make them well.
We are all responsible for what happens in our world, and it is a clear dynamic in the system of modern medicine. Modern medicine is a holocaust of immense proportions, with its death camps hospitals and oncology clinics, and its death chambers are operating rooms and radiation chambers. It dwarfs what happened in Auschwitz, and is happening every day in America and around the industrialized world. In that light, the comparisons of to Hitler that I have read are not so outrageous.
Death of the Literate World in Ray Bradbury's ..
Since I became aware of 714X in 1990, I spent hundreds of dollars in the 1990s getting literature into the hands of cancer patients who gave me an indication that they were willing to consider alternative cancer treatments. Two of those people had AIDS. That happened in the early 1990s, when having AIDS was a death sentence. By 1990, 714X treatment had reversed AIDS in dozens of patients.
The short story The Pedestrian is an intriguing story ..
Literally, belles-lettres is a French phrase meaning "beautiful" or "fine" writing. In this sense, therefore, it includes all literary works — especially fiction, poetry, drama, or essays — valued for their aesthetic qualities and originality of style and tone (usually with regard to the language used, but sometimes even in terms of the visual typography employed), rather than for written as a means to informative, moral or some other end. The term thus can be used to refer to literature generally. The Nuttall Encyclopedia, for example, described belles-lettres as the "department of literature which implies literary culture and belongs to the domain of art, whatever the subject may be or the special form; it includes poetry, the drama, fiction, and criticism," while the Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition describes it as "the more artistic and imaginative forms of literature, as poetry or romance, as opposed to more pedestrian and exact studies."
African Politics. | Rivers of Hope | Page 76
Many ways in which this can happen are shown in the short story, "The Pedestrian." It shows examples of this in the way which the man is treated and how the whole world has become such a cold place.
written by greatriversofhope ..
Are we really that free? Regarding big issues of life and death, Americans appear to be one of the worlds least free people, although their cage is seemingly invisible, and when they notice those bars once in a while, they think that they are there to keep the bad guys out, not to pen themselves in. Also, with the USA's global cultural, economic, and military hegemony, this American-based medical paradigm is taking over the entire planets medical system, as the medical racket goes global.