Soon We Will All Be AIDS Patients

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Health Care
— mandatory and without option of refusal –
sits on our doorstep. It knocks, and for our sake, the President
and lady speaker have saved us from answering the door. It will
enter, with or without our consent. How will you benefit from socialized

The world
has already experimented with socialized medicine
in Canada,
North Korea, Europe and Massachusetts, and the results are always
the same: The quality of care is diminished and costs go up. But
onward we go.

Soon every
national medical emergency will be a personal emergency. Every government-produced
mass vaccination plan will be pushed on you by your family’s
government-approved physician. You’ll be getting the most up-to-date
paranoia, right there in your doctor’s office, and you will
be legally mandated to comply with her or his advice. Because it’s
a matter of law. Because it’s science. And government science
is never wrong.

In fact, you
may discover that you now have a variety of diseases that you’d
never been aware of. For example, Americans who have not yet taken
the time to understand the criminal syndicate called the AIDS industry,
are about to meet it face to face.

At present,
it is only gay men and poor women who give birth in public hospitals
who must turn over the intimate details of their sex lives and personal
relationships to the state. But no longer. You are now an AIDS patient.

“But I’m
not sick! I don’t have AIDS! I’m not HIV positive, and
I never will be!” Practice saying it. It will help the officials
diagnose you with “HIV dementia.” Soon, you will have
AIDS, or SARS, or Bird Flu, or Swine Flu, or Screaming Monkey Virus
– or whatever pandemic the WHO and CDC cook up to roil the
American public and world markets into a panic so contagious, it
will be solvable only by a massive influx of tax-payer-research-cash
injected directly into experimental-but-mandatory-vaccines that
will only cripple or kill a small-but-acceptable number of lucky
recipients who are under the care of the ‘best medical system
in the world.’

Too cynical
for you? “But what about the great successes of modern times?”
You ask. “The vaccine programs; cancer chemotherapy; early
screening for prostate and breast abnormalities; AIDS medicines
which have prolonged the lives of thousands – tens of thousands.”
All great successes. If success is measured by causing more people
to become patients, and undergo serious, severe and often life-threatening
medical procedures ahead of a need for them, (if such a need was
ever going to arise at all). For an example I could list the victims
of any recent or historical national vaccine effort.

Start with
the HPV vaccine
, an untested intramuscular injection given to
preteen girls to prevent them from developing a rare cancer “linked
to” a virus. The vaccine does not prevent them from contracting
the virus, but that doesn’t really matter, because the extremely
common, typically latent virus doesn’t cause cancer. Sure,
some of the vaccine recipients died, and others suffered debilitating
injuries, but that was in the name of government medical science.
And science is never wrong.

Or the recipients
of experimental AIDS vaccines, who, as a result of being injected
with a slurry that was to prevent them from “contracting HIV,”
became “HIV positive.”

Or the recipients
of vaccines against Bird Flu, Swine Flu, or any other recent pandemic
strain that swept the world’s imagination, who then developed
“flu-like symptoms,” or worse. But, in the end, it was
worth it, because there was no pandemic. You see? Science is never
wrong. Especially the science of medicine.

It may interest
skeptical readers to know
that the greatest success of contemporary
immunological interference, the Polio Vaccine, was pushed through
despite constant failure; the vaccine produced paralysis and illness
in thousands of recipients, all for a disease that did not seem
to be communicable, whose numbers were relatively low, and isolated
to a particular population. Polio (or acute flaccid paralysis) affected
most often the children of wealthy families (it was called “the
middle-class plague”). It did not seem to pass between siblings,
and certainly not to or among older family members. It tended to
avoid the poor, who while suffering their own miseries, in readily-transmitted
fevers and poverty-induced-malnutrition, did not however develop
that strange and terrifying muscle-and-nerve wasting disease. The
CDC said they were immune because they were “exposed to dirt.”
And no other children were? What kind of pandemic was this?

The theory
of an invisible traveler, a virus, was not the first explanation
for Polio. It was long considered an illness induced by exposure
to heavy metals and toxic gases. But in the era of the electron
microscope, the theory of a tiny single cause gained funding. A
candidate was sought. An enterovirus – a little bug that lives
in our intestines – was chosen. It was taken out of slurries
of material from the dead, and fed to monkeys, who did not, however,
develop polio. It was injected into their muscles and blood, and
still they did not develop polio. Finally, scientists desperate
to prove the mettle of their measure, injected mixtures of feces
and tissue slurry directly into the brains of living monkeys and
mice. Lo and behold, some of them died. And some were paralyzed.
Victory for the viral theory.

It was noted,
however, that many humans whose bowels contained that enterovirus
never did develop polio. And that many – and soon a majority
of persons in the world who developed “polio” (paralysis
of one or more limbs), did not seem to have a whiff of that little
bug about them. “Non-poliomyelitis acute flaccid paralysis”
(non-polio polio) became their designation.

There were
competitive theories offered to explain polio, but they required
an examination of toxicology and not virology. The children who
became paralyzed – children of the wealthy and middle class
– were more often exposed to expensive orchard fruit that was
coated with neurotoxic pesticides (lead and other arsenates had
just come into use). Children in that era were also sprayed in generous
portions with aerosolized DDT at public beaches. DDT was soaked
into wall-paper that was used in children’s nurseries.

DDT is good
at killing mosquitoes. Could it also affect developing neural pathways
in small children? Organochlorines and organophosphates, used internationally
as pesticides, show up in countries with high rates of “non-polio
polio.” Those treated for toxicological poisoning demonstrate
strong recovery.

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22, 2010

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