Last year I met a man who had COPD. We would walk the dogs together. One day he called me and asked that I help him with a few things because he couldn't drive any longer. In following his medical requirements I can safely say that I've never seen such a shit-show. If I acted like these doctors when I was in business, I would go broke. Yet, MDs have the highest suicide rate of any profession. Maybe their consciences can't take the evil of what they are doing.
The main problem Dan had was that he couldn't raise his head. His head tilted at about 30 degrees and that's why he couldn't drive. He also had COPD and his breathing was very difficult at various times. When he went into the pulmonary doctor, thee MD was very short with him and gave him few answers to his questions. The main purpose of his visit was for him to get set up with oxygen, which this doctor didn't give a prescription. As the doctor was ending the session or visit, Dan asked for the prescription. The doctor off-handedly wrote the prescription while walking backward with his computer cart going out the door. I couldn't believe it; this guy was a real shit stick. In addition, Dan never received the oxygen equipment he requested in time as his condition worsened.
A few months earlier, I had been in the ER myself with pulmonary edema and I had the same type of difficulty breathing. I got out in two days and even walked home. While I was helping Dan, I had purchased an oxygen saturation gage. I had Dan use it and he showed 76-83 oxygen level and the least it should be is 95. I suggested that he go to the hospital. I'm still kicking my ass for giving this suggestion.
He goes into Hospital #1 and stays for about 5 days. He is then sent to Rehab Death Center(I'm being sarcastic) where they started putting him on morphine. I had a shit fit. He went downhill very rapidly and was back into Hospital #2. He stays in Hospital #2 and they continue to give him morphine. He was not in any pain other than the difficulty of breathing. While this condition is very uncomfortable, there is no pain associated with it that would warrant the use of morphine. While under the influence of morphine, he became complacent and he didn't seem to care about what was happening to him.
He is then transferred to the Rehab hospital again, and they continue the morphine nonsense until he died. On his second visit, I was followed around the hospital by a member of the staff because I had made the suggestion that they give Dan Vitamin C injections rather than the morphine. Dan hadn't eaten much in four weeks and when he did eat it wasn't very much. Patients like these need to be feed nutrients and not drugs like morphine. Since I wasn't a family member, I didn't have the standing to force the issue. It seems to me that the injection of vitamins and other helpful nutrients would be a lot better than shooting him up with morphine.
While this medical process is going on, I noticed how nice and polite the healthcare workers were but they were not interested in vitamin C injections. The reason I suggested them is because of my studies on the subject and also a 60 Minutes story from Australia. The man in the story had swine flu and was almost taken off life support. But the family put pressure on the doctors and they gave him vitamin C. He made a full recovery and he still can fly his airplane. (See link below) I gave these healthcare workers the link to the article but none seemed interested. When I suggested Vitamin C injections to one of the doctors for Dan, he said: "No." The tone of his voice was pure evil. I was really pissed but I held my temper. Dan's family wasn't on the same page as me so I basically had to watch him slowly die. In my view, without proper nutrition, no patient is going to live for too long. Rather than giving Dan what he needed, they gave him morphine instead and greased the skids for him to slide to his death. All while smiling and looking like they care. I became traumatized by the stupidity and the evil of it all and I couldn't do anything about it.
However, it began to dawn on me that my mother died in the same hospital. She had full-blown lung cancer and I didn't know much about alternative cures at that time. The last time I saw her, she said to me: "You're trying to kill me." I got upset that my own mother would say or think such a thing. But now, over twenty years later, I'm thinking the same thing was happening to her. Now I feel bad that I didn't recognize the problem. Rather than giving cancer patients the nutrients they need to recover, the medical staff simply injects the patient with morphine and dispatches them into eternity.
In another instance, I told a friend about my experience with Dan and she proceeded to tell me a story which was similar. Again, it was the injection of morphine into the patient to keep them quiet and to make them die. This is not healthcare; it's deathcare. While there may be a place for morphine in certain instances, what I have seen is truly pathetic.
Here is a quote from Dr. Ryke Geerd Hammer, M.D.: "The worst thing about the present medicine is that most patients with cancer, regardless of the pain (even in mild cases), are treated with morphine or morphine-like drugs. At the critical part of the healing phase, one morphine injection can already be fatal. It also changes the brain waves in a terrible way and totally demoralizes the patient. The intestines get paralyzed and can no longer digest any food. The patient becomes lethargic and doesn't realize that, in reality, he is being killed, just when he was in the healing phase, on his way to health in a few weeks. If one were to tell a prisoner in jail that he will be executed in two weeks, there would be an outcry of sympathy, even for the worst criminal. If you tell a patient that the execution starts in the form of a morphine injection and will end in fourteen days, he would rather stand the pain than be killed by the morphine. If the patient looks back on the relatively short time in pain, he is thankful for the New Medicine and the trust he had in his doctor."
In Dan's case, he couldn't digest his food properly and they had to physically remove the waste. This happened a few days before he went into the hospital. Dan had started to feel better in the ER and was then moved to a Rehab facility. And it was at the Rehab facility that he became progressively worse and passed away. After the injections, Dan didn't seem to care about what happened to him as he was "demoralized" by the morphine. I was thinking that I couldn't interfere with his free will to choose what was best for him.
Did I witness a murder? If I look back on the facts, I'll have to say that I did. I gave the medical staff the evidence that I had on the value of vitamin C and the link which is at the bottom of this article. I'm still upset about what I saw and I can hardly believe it myself. I'm acquainted with conspiracies but this one took me by surprise. Is medical care a carefully planned eugenics program? My view, based on the facts presented, that it is designed to cull the population, especially those who are on Socialist Security and Medicare. But, in the meantime, the medical industry is making a ton of money providing healthcare which isn't very healthy. I have to judge them by their results.
I was visiting some friends and one of them is a doctor. I said something about going to the hospital and she said: "Don't go to the hospital, they will kill you." I guess my mom was right. She took good care of me and I feel like I failed her when she needed it the most. Even though I was ignorant of what was going on at the time, doesn't make me feel any better. Bad decisions always get bad results.
I believe that people should do their own research and then make more intelligent choices in regards to their health. Don't expect a doctor to know everything. If his treatment fails, you die--not him.
Vitamin C: The Miracle Swine Flu Cure
Walter Allen Thompson has a book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land