Saturday, 14 January 2017
The Real Problem With The N.H.S.
THAT WE HAVE A SEVERELY BIASED
SYSTEM OF PALLIATIVE MEDICINE
DESIGNED TO RELIEVE SYMPTOMS -
INSTEAD OF CURING THEIR CAUSES!
As, when and if you “manage or treat” sickness, illness and all other forms of poor health INSTEAD OF CURING THEM - patients are seldom healed and discharged, the number of patients increases every year and the spending on prescription drugs goes up every year, so that the amount of money available for other parts of the Health Service inevitably goes down.
Less money for recruiting and training nursing staff, surgical staff, doctors and registrars, etc. Less money for ambulances and their drivers. Less money for vital equipment and beds. Less money for A&E Services and staffs. Less money for hospital premises, etc.
BUT, more and more spending on drugs intended only to relieve rather than cure, and particularly, more and more spending on “managing” the increasing numbers of invented psychiatric “disorders”, such as ADHD, where we have 800,000 U.K. children on 3 times a day Ritalin which, if at only £1.00 a dose is £876 MILLION every year.
Plus another £2.7375 BILLION more spending on our nearly 2.5 MILLION involuntarily addicted older citizens. Patients originally psychiatrically “diagnosed” with some temporary mental disorder such as anxiety or depression – but now suffering ONLY from the drug addiction created by palliatively prescribing addictive Valium, other benzodiazepines and other addictive psychotropic drugs.
This because they were never properly tested for the real causes of their original problem, such as allergies, dietary deficiencies and excesses, undiagnosed physical injuries or poisonings and suppressive behaviour directed at them from their environment and the people in it.
Mental disorders, mainly psychiatrically diagnosed, receive the largest slice of the N.H.S. Budget at £11.2 BILLION per year and rising.
All because huge numbers of our citizens across the age ranges have been enrolled into multi-daily irresistible addiction by psychiatrists, General Practitioners and other physicians who have been trained by “the 1908 Carnegie / Rockefeller palliative medical disease management system”, set up with the deliberate intention of basing so-called “treatment” as exclusively as possible on prescription and over-the-counter medication.
How was this achieved ?
First, by handing out research grants only to those American teaching hospitals, medical colleges and universities which restricted their tuition to the palliative treatment of symptoms with pharmaceutical drugs, and avoided any validation of other forms of recognised medical procedures, as well as any long and expensive diagnostic investigations.
And next, by extending this grant system beyond American Medical Association training influence into other national medical training systems in Europe, the British Commonwealth, South America, Asia, Africa and all other countries.
But, HOW do they sell addiction to so many National Health Services and their patients ?
To understand the answer to this question, one must first understand – beyond a shadow of doubt – that it is impossible to become addicted to a drug which one never ever takes.
Because, it is the taking of an addictive drug which ALONE creates addiction !
So the name of the game - if one wants to supply addictive drugs to anybody - is to get them, IN ANY WAY POSSIBLE, to take a few sample doses. The pushers supplying the illegal products of the Drug Barons do this by giving away a couple of free samples to get their prospective clients hooked to the point where they “must have” some more – on a pay-as-you-go basis of course.
Pharmaceutical producers and distributors have a much easier time. They have an honest, hard-working, dedicated-to-healing army of doctors, physicians and General Practitioners which pharmaceutical industry grants trained in palliative treatment prescribing, as a basis for their everyday practice.
In addition, they have a National Health Service ready to fund the free supply of the producer's addictive pharmaceutical drugs to anyone in the U.K., and every excuse to encourage their army of physicians to take the quickest and easiest route when handling an increasing patient workload in their surgeries.
i.e. a quick writing of a 7 day, 3 times a day prescription for an addictive drug - which the pharmaceutical supplier and Department of Health says is OK !
And that's it !
For a majority of patients given 21 doses of an addictive drug, that is enough to get them addicted, and for that patient it all appears free and above board, until side effects start to kick in and, especially, when they start to suffer “cold turkey” withdrawal effects if they try escape those side effects by stopping using the drug.
At this point, the only reasonably comfortable way out of their involuntary addiction is via a managed small-dose step-down procedure, reducing doses by no more than 2.5 to 5% every 7 to 21 days.
BUT, UNFORTUNATELY, PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCERS DON'T SUPPLY THE SMALL STEP-DOWN DOSES REQUIRED TO HELP PATIENTS COMFORTABLY WITHDRAW FROM ADDICTION TO THAT SUPPLIER'S PRODUCTS.
Understandable really, when a pharmaceutical supplier and his psychiatric pushers have put so much effort into developing a patient into an addicted consumer for which they get paid without delay or argument by the N.H.S. (i.e. U.K Taxpayers).
Commercially understandable, but no more ethical, honest or responsible than any corporate decision to utilise addiction based distribution as a marketing strategy.
The way to salvage the N.H.S. is for the Government to come down heavily on addictive drug production and prescription and, in any event, to enforce production of small step-down dosages of such drugs as a condition for permitting their continuing production.
This should be co-ordinated with the establishment of a new N.H.S. department which might well be named “Addiction Withdrawal Advisory Services and Help” (AWASH), whose operatives would likely take some 20 years to clean up the current level of involuntary addiction, but whose costs would be more than funded by the savings in N.H.S. payments for addictive drug supplies.
In fact, the only way for the Government to fail to satisfactorily handle our millions of involuntary drug addicts, would be to consult with and / or take advice from the psycho-pharm fraternity !
“Say NO to Drugs”
is still the very best way to avoid drug addiction.
This is a report from
SOCIETY for an ADDICTION FREE EXISTENCE.