In the macrocosm —-Western medicine started at the time of the Inquisition:
Women herbalists were put to death and replace by male doctors.
Western medicine supports drug companies that not only test on animals but make some drugs by torturing animals.
They have the abattoirs leave all new borns to die of dehydration and starvation so they can harvest the hormones that this death produces.
How do I know this?
In 1982 the husband of a staff member asked that I report to the RSPCA that new born calves were left to die of dehydration and starvation:
The RSPCA staff called me a liar and a trouble maker:
I put something in writing and it was ignored.
Presumably the RSPCA is funded by drug companies and the meat industry.
Over the years since I have learned from people who work at the abattoirs or collect stock from them that all new borns are left to die this way and that the drug companies ask for this.
It was my podiatrist who told me why –“That the drug companies harvest the hormones.”
I presume most people know how drug companies collect Premarin = pregnant mares urine.
Another broad generalization:
If you have a 50% chance of survival and you are an organ donor kiss your chances good bye.
In the microcosm —-
I suffer from medical and surgical mistakes and know numerous others who have:
Most of whom are dead now.
I considered elaborating but there are more than half a century of stories
so I will just include some from this century.
(Please note Doctors are taught psychology according to Freud whose test subjects were 12 Jewish middle class women:
Freud came to the conclusion that all women were neurotic and have “penis envy”)
I have noticed how dramatically differently I am treated when I am slim and look attractive to when I am over weight (caused by medication) and unhealthy (by doctors of both sexes).
There are a few caring competent doctors who are treated with contempt by there peers who feel threatened by them.
At the beginning of this century I was prescribed Mecolomide 1200mg straight up: for depression.
It made me feel indescribably horrible:
I reduced the dose
but it wasn’t until years later that a doctor told me that I should never have been on it!
It contributed to sleep deprivation and changed my personality.
I did pharmacology in the 70’s when Meclobomide didn’t exist so I wasn’t aware that it was an anti psychotic.
I was put on continuous Tramadol for pain relief and when I complained that I felt like the walking dead doctors either laughed or ignored me.
In the early 1990’s after an hysterectomy (that I shouldn’t have had) the anaesthetist told me that I was allergic to morphine.
Since then I have found I cannot take any strong pain relief nor can I take asprin because of ulceration.
In 2007 I had a gynae a repair and a hernia removed. (separate surgeries)
In 2011 after a CT scan and examination, my then doctor told me that the gynaecologist who had done the repair had made mistakes: This doctor told me that she and another doctor had report this gynaecologist in the past and that in her opinion he was dangerous.
I was referred to another gynaecologist to have this damage repaired but I didn’t have private health cover and could not afford same.
This year and at the moment the pain is worse than ever –
I can stand the pain from osteoarthritis.
It is the internal pain, adhesions, nerve damage and structural damage: (which I am presuming is worse because of my increased weight.)
It is so bad that I sometimes scream involuntarily and death would be preferable except that I don’t trust western medicine to write my death certificate.
Part of the reason was because I “came to” under anaesthetic last century.***
I have avoided going to the doctor a for over a year now.
I have PTSD caused by several major traumas — starting when I was a child —which wasn’t diagnosed until the late 1990s.
I am anthro phobic (not agro phobic as people insist that it must be)
Hence I had to be really sick to drag myself to the doctor where generally I am treated with contempt and told that there is nothing wrong with me.
It has taken me ages to write this blog because of said pain affecting concentration
***In 1974 I came too under anaesthetic.
I was frozen so it was ages before anaesthetist noticed that I was conscious.
I had been reading a book called The Romeo Error by Lyall Watson (which when I googled – it was 1st published January 1974)
There are more stories but this blog is already way too long
(plus I am going to have to lie down)
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