The current push for MMR vaccines is bringing forth an uncomfortable realization for many in the United States; Our medical system – not individual doctors and practitioners – isn’t actually concerned about our health. Rather, it wants to exert its will upon an obedient population.
It was Benjamin Rush, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, that warned in 1787 that medical freedom needed to be included in the American Constitution. Without this protection, Rush warned that the medical establishment would naturally progress – as many of mankind’s institutions do – into an oppressive dictatorship. His words, echoing from over 200 years ago, ring strikingly true today:
“The Constitution of this Republic should make special provision for medical freedom. To restrict the art of healing to one class will constitute the Bastille of medical science. All such laws are un-American and despotic. … Unless we put medical freedom into the constitution the time will come when medicine will organize into an undercover dictatorship and force people who wish doctors and treatment of their own choice to submit to only what the dictating outfit offers.”
In the wake of an outbreak of measles in the United States, some doctors are refusing to treat unvaccinated patients because they “pose a threat to unvaccinated children.”
This latest incident is being used to demonize individuals who choose not to vaccinate themselves or their children. It also comes as a growing number of people, including doctors, are beginning to shift away from the medical establishment in response to Obamacare. The doctor shortage in the United States – expected to be a shortage of 160,000 by 2025 according to the Association of American Medical Colleges – is due in part to Obamacare’s authoritarian bureaucracy that practitioners don’t want to follow.
Fox host Megyn Kelly said regarding the issue of mandatory vaccination that “…some things do require the involvement of big brother.”
The medical system, in its current form, is attempting to legitimize itself as faith in its ability to truly heal and care for people is dwindling.
E. Richard Brown, UCLA professor and former president of the American Public Health Association wrote in Rockefeller Medicine Men (1979) that tax exempt foundations played a major role in forming the medical establishment in the United States. They crafted it in such a way that it would, by its very nature, support technological medicine (like vaccines) over any other form of treatment. He warned that “…a growing interest group within the corporate class has a direct financial stake in the dominance of technological medicine.” Brown writes,
“Thus the Rockefeller philanthropies, under the guidance of skilled managers, developed self-concsiously strategic programs to transform higher education and medical care, among other social institutions. The thrust of their programs was to systematize… these institutions to make them better serve the needs of corporate capitalism.”
“…a growing interest group within the corporate class has a direct financial stake in the dominance of technological medicine.”
It is up to you to take care of yourself
The federal government’s “Behavioral Insight Teams” are seeking to subtly steer the public into falling in line with the establishment. These “Nudge Squads” are partly the creation of Cass Sunstein, the White House Information czar. The presupposition that this program is based on is that government knows best how to run your life. It knows what food you should eat, what medical care you should receive, where you should get insurance, and dictates what you should believe about “conspiracy theories”.
In the hyper-connected digital world these “nudges” are becoming ubiquitous in our lives. In the November-December issue of The Futurist, Richard Yonck writes, “In a world of total connectivity, the rate at which a household consumes sugar, salt, tobacco, and alcohol would potentially be an open book to insurers seeking to control costs.”
What happens when the government is wrong? Even if there were altruistic motives behind the drive to dictate what the masses should eat or get vaccinated, there is an inherent danger with this mindset. What would happen if a centralized power with the ability to dictate the health habits of millions, self-assured in its own science and methods turned out to be wrong?
Take care of your body now before the only doctors available are government approved death panels – and only issue government approved treatments that will be detrimental to your long term health and well being.
The bottom line is this: Are you eating real food, drinking clean water and exercising? All of these things are within your circle of influence. Take back your power from the establishment. As an independent human being your mind, body and spirit are your own.
This article originally appeared at Old Thinker News.