Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Medical Tyranny is Here, And We Can’t Say We Weren’t Warned

Daniel Taylor, Contributor
Activist Post

Health care reform is a hot topic today, as it has been for much of America’s history. Benjamin Rush, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, 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.
The spirit of managerial scientific control that drives this beast is summarized in the words of Frederick Taylor, a pioneer in “scientific management.” As Taylor stated in 1907, "Too great liberty results in a large number of people going wrong who would be right if they had been forced into good habits." This spirit of quasi-altruistic scientific control begins to fade away towards the higher ranks of the system, however.

The potential for medical tyranny that Benjamin Rush perceived over 200 years ago crystallized when the Rockefeller and Carnegie foundations transformed the American medical establishment in the early 20th Century. They strove to create a system of schooling to manufacture a predictable, rule following group of professionals to enforce the establishment regulations. Additionally, tax exempt foundations – through their grant making power – are able to mold the idea-sphere from which medical research emerges, or is suppressed.

The dictatorial health care model as expressed by “obamacare” is being implemented as part of a larger global program. The World Health Organization announced recently that it hopes to implement – via a U.N. resolution – “universal health coverage” across the globe in fulfillment of its Millennium Development Goals. The Rockefeller Foundation is working with WHO in the project. “There is a global movement towards UHC (Universal Health Care) and it is gathering momentum,” said Judith Rodin, President of the Rockefeller Foundation.

If you don’t want the kind of care that the allopathic establishment prescribes, be prepared to face the consequences.

A Minnesota mother was recently brought to court over refusing chemotherapy for her 8-year-old daughter. A doctor apparently reported her to CPS. She was “…ordered into court and told if they did not work with them on a treatment plan, they would lose custody of Sarah.”

Another case involved a Pennsylvania mother who declined to vaccinate her child, resulting in a visit from CPS. 

A 2009 case in which a 13-year-old boy’s parents refused chemo resulted in a judgement of “medical neglect,” denying the right of his parents to refuse treatment on religious grounds.

The bottom line is this: Even if the medical establishment had our best interests at heart, what happens when their science is wrong? What happens when it is skewed in favor of the corporations that are closely aligned with them? What kind of damage is done when it is universally enforced? Benjamin Rush foresaw this danger, and it is time to face it for the reality it has become.

Daniel Taylor is an independent researcher, activist, and webmaster of You can find out more about him and his site HERE  


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Incriminally Sane said...

When people finally realize that it is the US CORPORATION is what determines what you pay and to whom you pay. When the US Government was transformed into it's own Corporation in 1871 it began to find new and innovative ways to separate you from your money and that's when they came up with the Federal Reserve act and the Income Tax Act to have YOU be the main contributor of this Corporation through your hard earned pay. Combined with the fourteenth Amendment, We The People have been screwed out of our freedoms just to support this US Corporation and they are now so powerful that they no longer need us and are moving to eliminate the majority so that a small few will then provide their slave support for this Corporation and criminal Bankers.

Anonymous said...

I learned a long time ago that it's best to go through life with as little interaction as possible with cops, lawyers and doctors.

Anonymous said...

you forgot to mention that corporation went bk in 1933 and has been in the hands of its creditors the jesuits and it is a Roman catholic entity.

Anonymous said...

I also learned to stay away from police, lawyers, and doctors as a kid. My parents were much smarter than college educated brainwashed puppets. The truth is that they program you in college, not teach you. I barly even went to high school and am doing better than most of my peers. And my self worth isn't higher thant actual worth. I work for y money and expect nothing from anyone.....except to get problems from them. That's expected when dealing with the spoiled weak minds that surround me.

Anonymous said...

Ah, the irony! Anon who said his parents (in whose basement he now lives) were "much smarter than college educated brainwash puppets, has a good point: I am sure 99% of college students would agree that the parents of Anonymous (clever)are smarter than that handful of right wing failures who come to class pre-brainwashed and couldn't hack it.

Anonymous also said (I'm sure in jest):
I barly even went to high school...."

Goodie gumdrops for you! Did you flonk English?

I knew some barly-wents back in the day. It's funny it's those who failed in their educational careers who presume to tell us how brainwashy college is.

At UC Santa Cruz, even in top rated research departments like astronomy and marine biology, the real goal is to make you a Marxist brainwashed into voting for Democrats. How radical is that!

College is just mind-control; graduates are programmed zombies. College is evil...much hanky pank goes on their.

And highschool is a time of torture. I barly escaped with my mind, tho it has been full of far left delusions (such as: all men are created equal. Ha!),

And I make more than those brainwashed zombies who went to class to get intellectually lobotomized.

You say high school graduates make 500K more than the barly-wents, and college graduates make well over 1 million more than early exiters, tho there are the rare exceptions. Genius makes it own rules. 99% of people are not geniuses; in fact half of all people has an IQ under 100.

Most of us who aren't Bill Gates or Steve Jobs (both college dropouts) should get as much education as possible. It not only increases your income and wealth, but it also benefits the entire country, as the highly educated rise to the top.

There are exceptions; my son was totally bored with school so he dropped out, took the GED, in his freshman year. He barly went...and now he runs an internet business...and he would do even better if he had training in accounting, business, etc. Self-learners (I remember during my HS history class discussion of Civil War battles I was caught reading a biography of Napoleon.

But most people would be fools and pay the rest of their life if they abandoned their education.

And if you barly went to high school.... and are doing ok economically....perhaps with more education, you would be doing even better.

If you are a creative, independent genius, ignore my defense of education, both for it's ability to create greater wealth and to equip a person for the many aspects of life he/she will face.

In the right now future, you won't have to go, as education goes online. You can study any subject and filter out the brainwashing coding.

I might be very dangerous to equate your self-esteem with your pile of money. If you had less money, you argue, you would have less self-worth.

Love, loyalty, trust, etc have no worth.

It's too bad your superior, uneducated self is surrounded by the "spoiled weak minds" of all those who do not recognize the utter brilliance of drop-out Anonymous.

It's time to go to college and leave all your unsuccesful fellow drop-outs behind and meet some new zombies with their books and "academic freedom."

Just as a person who lives in a glass house should not throw stones, those who have the least first-hand knowledge of education usually make the most critical comments. Hell, I dropped out in the 7th grade. The teachers who taught weren't cool.. Higher educations sucks, take it from me: I barly went.

Nemetron 2000 said...

College of today is a scam, period. I did some time in those IDCs (Indoctrinating Debt Creators), and I have learned much more about the world and have acquired a greater degree of RELEVANT knowledge since I gave those places the middle finger.

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