Monday, December 13, 2010

Jon Rappoport--"Gimme A Freebie"

Got this in my inbox this morning from Jon Rappaport again.  Here's the link;   Jon Rappoport -- Gimme A Freebie   Of course it's about the future of medicine, but I and others have already experienced this callous treatment in medical settings...  The complete lack of regard for our rights, the lack of any meaningful recourse, the drugs that cause known side effects which are denied if the personnel likes the drug enough.  Or maybe just because they don't know how to do things differently?  After all only an admitted 10% of patients have severe side effects from Versed, so who cares.  Anyway, Jon nails it again.  Here are some excerpts;

"Who cares? It's great. Anesthesia, the O/R, trained doctors whittling away at your body, recuperation in hospital, a battery of tests, flowers, time off work, sympathy, get-well cards, visits from old friends, pain killers, TV in your room, and assurances that you're getting the best medical care in the world.   (emphasis mine)
Of course, once you enter the system, you have to fall in line with all diagnoses (for the rest of your life) and the prescribed treatments. You can't refuse. You can't argue with your doctor. He knows. You don't.   (emphasis mine  Doesn't this sound familiar in re Versed?)
If he tells you, post-surgery, that you're suffering from clinical depression and need a drug that carries the risk of high blood pressure, high blood sugar, further depression, suicidal ideation, suicide, violent outbursts, atrophy of the brain, you go along. It's part of the program. In for a penny, in for a pound."  (emphasis mine  The medical people had me on all kinds of medication because of my severe reaction to their wonder drug Versed.  What a scam.  At least I am not forced to take these additional drugs like I was forced to have Versed...  Yet.  It's funny in an ironic way that Jon hit upon some of the exact symptoms I got from the use of VERSED, post surgery!  Depression, suicide ideation, violent outbursts.  All just fine because Versed made me OBEDIENT, "RELAXED" (as in unable to defend myself because of the lack of muscle control) and they hoped I would have amnesia so they could LIE to me about what happened.  It was ALL ABOUT what made the medical team happy, not one bit about what *I* needed or didn't need.)

"Anyhow, you have other things to worry about. Why cry over spilled milk? Too late now. It's done. You can't go back. These unfortunate accidents happen, and over time it all evens out.  (This too sounds familiar!  The comments from Dorothy, the "patient relations" nurse were along these lines.)
And since the system is the system, why should citizens be allowed access to medical studies and other relevant information? What purpose would that serve? When a doctor makes his decision, you follow. That's the way it works. "  (touche)

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