Nevada SB 412 to make felons out of natural health practitioners

Marti Oakley, Contributing Writer
Activist Post

Here’s another piece of the steamroller being perpetrated by those God-fearing, bible quoting, God is moving on my heart, Republicans.   Another state under siege by Republican legislators as they do their part in the nationwide assault on natural healthcare practices and implement a backdoor Codex Alimentarius.

“Dirty Harry” Reid(D) did his part by passing the fake food safety bill with one “unanimous” vote,  on the Federal level, accomplished with every Democrat and Republican Senator other than himself voluntarily exiting the Senate chamber before the vote.   That bill included the query of “How and whether to implement Codex Alimentarius”.

Well, now we know how they will do it.

Not quite successful in handing our right to choose the healthcare of our choice over to international interests including Codex Alimentarius, “Dirty Harry” is now stepping aside in this assault on our rights and handing the next assault over to Republicans who are happily complying.   (And you thought there were two political parties!)

In virtually every state simultaneously, are bills criminalizing anything but state sanctioned and approved healthcare choices, brought to you by the Republican party with a few stray Democrats thrown in.  (Have to make it appear “bi-partisan, you know)

Of course, this bill in Nevada is a mirror of the bills in other states and requires “registering, licensing and FEES”.  These are not only revenue raisers, but this one establishes a committee to oversee the practitioners of natural therapies, manned by …you guessed it…. a Board of Complementary and Integrative Medicines; the same people who will hand you prescriptions for toxic medications that can kill you.  The same people who perform needless surgeries or just plain mess up thousands of them and who are held blameless for their missteps.

This bill, just as in  North Carolina and other states is the establishment of Codex Alimentarius guidelines criminalizing anything other than Codex approved healthcare.  And if the Codex committees hate anything more than natural health therapies, vitamins and supplements, we don’t know what it would be.  We do know they just love the Republican’s right now.

The bill does one other very important thing; it controls who can access the healthcare market, very successfully ending competition for anyone other than big medical campaign donors…like the AMA and local doctors who resent the competition.

This bill is an overt assault on your rights.  It is also an assault on the right of natural health practitioners to practice their trade, which they already have a business license for.

(§§ 60, 74, 75)
S.B. 412
– *SB412*
MARCH 28, 2011
Referred to Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy
SUMMARY—Provides for the regulation of the practice of
complementary integrative medicine.
(BDR 54-1105)
FISCAL NOTE: Effect on Local Government: Increases or Newly
Provides for Term of Imprisonment in County or City
Jail or Detention Facility.
Effect on the State: Yes.
EXPLANATION – Matter in bolded italics is new; matter between brackets [omitted material] is material to be omitted.

AN ACT relating to complementary integrative medicine; providing
for the regulation of the practice of complementary
integrative medicine; creating the Board of
Complementary Integrative Medicine; providing for the
organization, powers and duties of the Board; authorizing
the Board to license or certify qualified persons to engage
in the practice of complementary integrative medicine;
authorizing the Board to discipline a person who is
licensed or certified by the Board for certain actions;
authorizing certain persons licensed by the Board to
prescribe and possess dangerous drugs and controlled
substances under certain circumstances; providing a
penalty; and providing other matters properly relating

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Marti Oakley is a political activist and former op-ed columnist for the St Cloud Times in Minnesota. She was a member of the Times Writer’s Group until she resigned in September of 07. She is neither Democrat nor Republican, since neither party is representative of the American people. She says what she thinks, means what she says, and is known for being outspoken. She is hopeful that the American public will wake up to what is happening to our beloved country . . . little of it is left.  Her website is The PPJ Gazette      

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