In the last post, I spoke about some of my perspectives about the systemic divisiveness in our world right now. Thank you all for your responses.
If you haven’t read those posts:
After reading this post, you can continue on to read Part 4 here.
In this post we will explore the medical and scientific exploitation that I have witnessed and experienced first hand within the profit driven medical model. We will also talk about the origin of our need to fit in, what exactly the standard of care is, and how we can choose our own treatments in medicine.
Here’s to your empowerment. Let’s begin.
SYSTEMIC MEDICAL EXPLOITATION
When it comes to medicine, I have a unique perspective. As you all know, I almost died after experiencing a brain injury that left me comatose with less than a 10% chance of recovery beyond a persistent vegetative state. I have recovered beyond all expectations, have created a blog and podcast, written a book on brain nutrition, and I have been working with clients to optimize recovery potentials for loved ones with neurological conditions.
Many of my clients have a loved one in a medical crisis, and while I am beyond appreciative of emergency medicine and the phenomenal procedures that were done to save my life, my experience has also given me an awareness of some of the shortcomings and exploitations in medicine… through my own experiences and through working with clients.
I can’t and won’t unsee what I’ve seen and I will not pretend that I haven’t seen what I’ve seen because of the judgement and labels that others assign to me.
I always have, and always will continue to hold my integrity far above the respect of anyone, even if labels and other shame tactics are used to put me in a box, label me, and ostracize me from the tribe.
As I was saying in my last email, many of my childhood friends, some of whom I have not spoken to in years, have either ostracized me or told me that they have lost respect for me because of my perspective.
It seems to me that “losing respect” for someone based on their trauma-informed perspective is like losing respect for a child who is extra cautious around dogs because of their traumatic experience with them in the past. Even if this person had a family dog that was sweet and who cared for them as a baby, if they had also been mauled by one I would not only be understanding, I’d also be curious about their experience and their perspective… Especially if they now work with dangerous breeds like the one that mauled them.
Like the person in this example, my perspective is also trauma informed. And like the person in this example, I now help others to navigate the profit driven medical system that I have seen put profits before people over and over (and over and over) again.
My perspective is not formed through study at an institution or the intellectual ponderings of hypotheticals and concepts. My perspective is formed from my actual real life experience in navigating the inner workings of the profit driven medical model in several countries. Most show curiosity in my trauma informed perspective, my education as a functional and clinical nutrition trained practitioner, the mentorship I receive from very credentialed and qualified practitioners, and my experience in collaborating with practitioners in working with folks who are thrust into a medical crisis.
SCIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE
Speaking of knowledge, I would like to address science and knowledge. I think this is important to bring up because one of my childhood friends insisted that science knows that the va((cines is safe. Science, by definition, doesn’t “know” anything.
Science is a rigorous process of understanding through hypothesis’ and testing based on what has and has not been shown in prior research. Science takes time and experimentation of hypothesis’ to bring forth evidence which can then be tested further to begin to draw conclusions. And… science can be hijacked and exploited by power structures. This has happened many times throughout history… especially in medicine.
That being said, I am not distrusting of the profit driven medical system. I trust that this system will do exactly what it has always done in my experience and put profits before people. You can understand more about the economics of medicine by reading “The Innovator’s Prescription” and/or “Medical Monopoly.” Essentially, the economic model of medicine is, like all capitalism, a supply and demand model. In this model, supply can be a treatment, a procedure, a drug, an injection, a diagnostic test (imaging or lab testing), a piece of gauze, a sanitary wipe, etc. Essentially… the supply (in this model) is any billable item. And the demand in this model is the need… or the PERCEIVED need for that billable item. Especially when the doctor holds this perception of “need.”
We can see examples of this PERCEIVED need being exploited with the trillion dollar statin industry that was created out of the demonization of cholesterol (which is an important bioactive factor that is produced by our cells, is a constituent of the lipid bilayer in every single animal cell, and the precursor to vitamin D, our sex hormones, and so much more). This exploitation has been done “scientifically” and with research that had been “peer reviewed” by credentialed doctors who were likely bribed, threatened, or otherwise coerced to make conclusions with little integrity and a slanted perception of what the data actually showed (often by cherry picking data that fit into a particular narrative). You can learn more about this cholesterol example in my Fat Chance Series of posts.
This exploitation of science was used to inform the “standard of care,” thereby informing a doctor of “the need for that treatment,” a proposal for our tax dollars to pay for these kinds of treatments, and even the idea of adding statins to our drinking supply (even though statins do more harm than good for most people).
THE STANDARD OF CARE
The standard of care is typically defined as: the level and type of care that a reasonably competent and skilled health care professional, with a similar background and in the same medical community, would have provided under similar circumstances. With any treatment, I don’t necessarily want a reasonably competent and skilled health care professional to give me the same treatment that gets the same or similar results… I want to weigh the risks plus the unknowns against the degree and probability of possible benefit and to find a very qualified practitioner to give me the best possible care. So that’s what I do for myself and that’s how my clients are able to choose treatments for themselves. You can choose treatment for yourself too.
HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR OWN CARE
The first tenet of medical ethics is patient autonomy, and it clearly states “every human being of adult years and with sound mind has the right to determine what shall be done with his [or her] own body.” [Schloendorff, 1914] This means that you don’t have to do what the doctor says and mandates and coercion are actually illegal (and unlawful). See this video to understand natural law. If you want to get the va((ine, great. I support you in your choices. If you are hesitant but you are feeling like you won’t be able to participate in society unless you get this thing, take a look at this article to overcome the pressure to get a C0\/ID va((ine. Other resources can be found at PeoplesRights.org.
These are interesting times we are living in. The definition of a va((ine changed in 2021 to include things that never used to be considered a va((ine (see my post to see how I found this out).
Mandates seem to be quickly coming nationwide, which, among other things, will require all children who attend public schools to be injected with a substance. Regardless of your thoughts about this particular substance, allowing the state complete access to your children’s veins is granting the state access to bypass every natural barrier that you have and to have full access to your body. Mandates are not law, and you have options.
I am working on outlining these options for you all, which is why I have partnered with the creator of Simplified Home Schooling and we are creating a summit to outline what these options are. You’ll hear more about this in future emails, so for now, stay strong and don’t do something you can’t undo unless you are absolutely sure that it’s what you want to do for your child (even though official data shows that the C0\/ID-19 va((ines have harmed more children in the USA than all other va((ines combined).
Either way, I honor you. I love you. And I am here for you. I will continue to shine love and light… to illuminate truth with love.
Stay empowered and thank you again for your curiosity.
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