In the Washington Post we read:
“The coroner here in the outer suburbs of Cincinnati gets the call almost every day. Man “slumped over the dining room table.” Woman “found in the garage.” Man “found face down on the kitchen floor of his sister’s residence.” Man “on his bedroom floor — there was a syringe beneath the body.” Coroner Lisa K. Mannix chronicles them all in autopsy reports. With 96 fatal overdoses in just the first four months of this year, Mannix said the opioid epidemic ravaging western Ohio and scores of other communities along the Appalachian Mountains and the rivers that flow from it continues to worsen. Hospitals are overwhelmed with overdoses, small-town morgues are running out of space for the bodies, and local officials from Kentucky to Maine are struggling to pay for attempting to revive, rehabilitate or bury the victims.”
Doctors, hospitals and certain pharmaceutical companies are responsible for these deaths and many more too numerous to count. We already know that over 100,000 people die a year from properly prescribed medicines in the United States but now these numbers are going through the roof because of doctors manic rush to prescribe opioids for pain—just about any pain is an excuse. At this stage of the American opioid epidemic, many addicts are collapsing in public—in gas stations, in restaurant bathrooms, in the aisles of big-box stores.
Meanwhile the federal government is not helping. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) admits in their 2017 Drugs of Abuse resource guide that no one has ever died from a marijuana overdose but still will not remove the substance from its list of Schedule I drugs — the same classification as heroin. Humans have a virtually unlimited capacity for self-delusion, even when self-preservation is at stake, and this certainly has to cover the attitudes of the Justice Department as well as the DEA. Both organizations have lost the capacity to care for people.
Despite its relative safety, marijuana remains one of the most strictly prohibited drugs in the country under federal law, even as increasing numbers of states have moved toward legalization. Why would the government or anyone deny patients the benefits of one of the safest medications for pain thus favoring opioids, which are mowing down people right and left all over the country.
Supporters of a bill to decriminalize meth, cocaine and heroin in Oregon argue the answer to America’s drug crisis is treatment, not prison time. “It would be like putting them in the state penitentiary for having diabetes,” Democratic Rep. Mitch Greenlick told the Lund Report. “This is a chronic brain disorder and it needs to be treated this way.”
Portugal became a humane place a decade ago when they realized the same thing. Those who believe all drug users should be behind bars—go to hell because that is where you are wishing millions of your brothers and sisters to be. The war on drugs has been fought by government sponsored and trained terrorists. The war on drugs is a war on people, one’s own people.
The United States government is far from being humane. It fails Dostoyevsky’s test by a million perhaps even by a trillion miles. Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote, “Imagine that you are creating a fabric of human destiny with the object of making men happy in the end, giving them peace and rest at last, but that it was essential and inevitable to torture to death only one tiny creature and to found that edifice on its un-avenged tears, would you consent to be the architect on those conditions? Tell me, and tell the truth.”
Lawyers representing the Cherokee Nation filed a lawsuit against major pharmaceutical companies, claiming they have pumped dangerous painkillers into Native American communities in Oklahoma. The Washington Post obtained a copy of the court filing and reported that the companies are accused of breaking laws by “failing to prevent the diversion of pain pills to the black market.”
The world is experiencing a “biological annihilation” of its animal species because of humans’ effect on the Earth, a new study has found and yet the biggest liars only care about the hoax of manmade global warming, which science is finally blowing out of the water. Pathetic what we have seen go on and how badly science was compromised by idiotic politicians who think they can get away with anything.
Humans are getting sicker and sicker for the same reasons animals are dying off, with doctors and pharmaceutical companies jumping down hard on populations to make sure they get sick and die from the mitochondrial poisons that almost all pharmaceuticals are.
Time Magazine reports, “Cases of hepatitis C in the United States have nearly tripled within a five-year period, reaching a new 15-year high of around 34,000 new hepatitis C infections in 2015, federal health officials reported. Experts attribute the higher rates to more injection drug use during the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Even the best politicians are caught in the trap of the politically correct and cannot say a word against what we are all supposed to believe. Imagine someone like Trump complaining about vaccines. The mass media and government together, with the help of bankers of course, have betrayed humanity and the truth and they do not care how many people get hurt and die.
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When we leave the kingdom of heaven, the realm of the heart, our organ of truth, we embrace hell and from politicians and journalists example, most seem to get used to it (untruth) even though it usually disturbs our sleep. Lost to our hearts our minds take over and there is little to no space between each thought for people who have betrayed their soul, which all liars seem to do.
Medical Murder with Opioids
A doctor prescribed so many painkillers, she has been charged with murdering her patients. Dr. Regan Nichols is charged with five counts of second-degree murder after investigators say she overprescribed powerful opioids to her patients. Nichols is charged in the death of five patients, some of whom died just days after receiving large prescriptions from the doctor. The abusive use of opioids, kill an average of 91 people a day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Drug overdose has steadily risen to become the leading cause of injury death in the U.S., eclipsing automobile accidents, according to government data.
Dying from Medical Terrorism
Countries the world over are suffering from terrorism. Most people believe that Muslims in the name of Islam commit the vast majority of these terror attacks today. They are wrong or at least half-wrong because doctors and hospitals are practicing pharmaceutical terrorism and that puts many more people into their graves, including Muslims. That said Muslims give the medical community a run for its money with over 34,000 terror attacks since 9-11.
One obvious common-sense response for concerned nations would be to limit Muslim immigration, especially from known terror hotbeds but we hear no cry about removing doctors and closing hospitals. We read that the left – including the Democratic Party, “mainstream” media, most university populations, progressive judges and Hollywood – seems intent on doing the opposite, bringing as many Muslims as possible into Europe, the U.K. and America.
Will we ever learn?
The press celebrates every new medical achievement, even when they say, right up front; the side effects (normal poisonous effects of drugs) are brutal. It is in this way that just about everything in our civilization, meaning all our corrupt institutions, are desperately hanging on to the status quo no matter how wrong or destructive they are.
The longer it takes us as a society to admit we have real problem with modern medicine, on a fundamental level, the more people will die from medical terrorism. The mass media lets us down completely as a fair evenhanded instrument of public debate, preventing most people from getting the information they need to choose wisely in medical treatments.