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Approaching one million allopathic QUACKS in America

Monday, February 25, 2013 by: S. D. Wells
Tags: allopathic medicine, quacks, doctors

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(NaturalNews) First question: How many hundreds of thousands of doctors in America prescribe useless, toxic pharmaceuticals that keep you coming back to them for more, with different versions of the same sickness? This is health basics 101: How many MDs, surgeons and oncologists use barbaric methods to treat "acid" blood (cancer) with "acid medicine?"

Let's check: In 2010, there were approximately 850,000 physicians with an active license to practice medicine in the United States. 93 percent of those physicians held an M.D. (doctor of medicine) degree and seven percent held a D.O. (doctor of osteopathic medicine). That means if you visit a doctor in America, you basically have a seven percent chance of getting a doctor who treats the "whole person" instead of symptoms. Do you walk around your yard chopping off the tops of weeds and hoping they never grow back?

The toxic overload causing mass disease in the U.S. comes from "science-based" FOOD (biotech) and "science-based" MEDICINE (Big Pharma), but the clones, drones and zombies don't even think twice about it. This is the reality that millions of people live with (or die with) daily in America, where there is ever abundant "scary" medicine for all the "scared" people. "Big Pharma" is simply cashing in on FEAR and calling it science-based in order to fool the masses.

"Alternative medicine has existed for thousands of years with rarely any side effects, but the industry which ironically calls itself "conventional" medicine is the number three killer in the United States." (http://wiki.answers.com)

Western medicine is toxic, but the quack doctors call all the real doctors quacks. This is the age old BIG LIE, where you go to the doctor, who spent "eight years in medical school" learning NOTHING about nutrition, natural remedies, ancient cures, or prevention from disease. This is science based medical college which teaches nothing of organic food and herbs that prevent and cure disease; simple food that comes directly from Mother Nature, without chemical laboratory modifications made to it.

Approaching one million allopathic QUACKS in America

If you do just a little bit of homework online about the word "quack" and the history/philosophy of "quackery," you will find the conventional lie, the mainstream definition. Conjured up fewer than 100 years ago, the stigmatizing "quack" label has worked well to tarnish the reputation of natural medicine and its practitioners persistently for about TEN DECADES. Go ahead and run "quackery" through your search engines. Near the top of the list, you will find, no doubt, some websites Big Pharma puts up, to steer you away from the truth
(http://www.prisonplanet.com/100-years-of-us-medical-fascism.html). But then look deeper, past the lies, at the credible sites, and you find thousands of years of practice involving organic herbs, natural remedies, and the Superfoods gathered from around the world. There's something for every illness, and Western medicine conveniently buries them with sites like this:

Here's a quote right from the site: "Naturopathy, sometimes referred to as 'natural medicine,' is a largely pseudoscientific approach said to 'assist nature,' 'support the body's own innate capacity to achieve optimal health,' and 'facilitate the body's inherent healing mechanisms.' Naturopaths assert that diseases are the body's effort to purify itself, and that cures result from increasing the patient's 'vital force.' They claim to stimulate the body's natural healing processes by ridding it of waste products and toxins. At first glance, this approach may appear sensible. However, a close look will show that naturopathy's philosophy is simplistic and that its practices are riddled with quackery."

You see, first they did a pretty good job of explaining exactly how alternative medicine really works, and then, in the last sentence, they've defined themselves in their vain effort to discredit nutrition and Naturopath physicians, who actually know everything they know, but much, much more. The word quackery is the dead giveaway.

Most Western medicine doctors wake up at some point in their careers to realize what they are doing is mostly unethical. Although most go to school to help sick people and save people, they wind up knee deep in the lies of "science-based" evil synthetic drugs. Many allopathic doctors and dentists fight depression for this very reason. So do scientific researchers, biologists, virologists, oncologists, and the like. Western medicine nearly guarantees itself "be backs" or repeat business, knowing that toxic pharmaceuticals cover up symptoms, deny the root of the problem, and add to the chemical toxicity and acidic mess that's slowly erupting in the patient's blood.

Most of these "knowing" allopathic doctors only remain in the "business" because of the income to which they have become accustomed. We are currently experiencing five generations of planned deterioration of U.S. soil, food, water, and medicine. Way back in 1910, one out of every three people in the United States lived on a farm and ate from their farm. Medicine was not a profitable industry. Doctors and dentists were the ones committing suicide right and left, instead of the patients they "medicate" today.

The 100 year history of "science-based" quackery

The worthless American Medical Association (AMA) seal of yesteryear was just like today's FDA's "fast approval process." It means nothing. Nothing is really tested at all. The origin of the word "quack" begins with the evolution of U.S. disease, and over the last 100 years, is no mystery, in fact, the causes and the cures are glaring us all in the face. In just five generations, America has gone from nearly perfect health statistics to the leader in what should be termed simply "chronic lifestyle diseases."

"Despite increasing calls for transparency at the FDA, the agency's sloppy performance continues to put consumers at risk both medically and financially."

Heart failure is the leading cause of death in Western countries today, yet not a single case is on record that is more than 100 years old. In 1910, only one in 100,000 people had diabetes, and there was no such thing as Alzheimer's disease, yet there are nearly 30 million people in the U.S. who are diagnosed with either diabetes or "old timer's disease" right now, plus 80 million pre-diabetics. (http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/diabetes-statistics/)

Having doubts? Open the REAL history books and look. Coronary heart disease barely existed in 1910, but by 1930, just one generation later, it was causing 3,000 deaths per year. By 1950, it was the leading cause of mortality in the United States, accounting for more than 30 percent of all deaths. In the grand 'ole U.S. of A, every other man will get cancer in his lifetime, and every third woman. Still believe in your allopathic quacks?

The word quack used to apply to dentists who used mercury fillings for their patients, but the term got "reversed" onto natural remedies and naturopathic physicians. Today, the word quack applies to Western medicine and allopathic physicians. The statistical odds of calling or visiting a doctor who is lying or prescribing useless and damaging toxic medications to quell symptoms in America is at a staggering 93 percent.

Calling out two of the top QUACK medicine FDA drug recalls:

Diethylstilbestrol (DES): Recalled in 1975 after 37 years on the market, this toxic, synthetic form of estrogen prescribed to prevent miscarriages causes women to develop cancer of the uterus by targeting and breaking down the immune system.

Vioxx (Rofecoxib): Made by Merck and recalled in 2004 after five years on the market, this anti-inflammatory pain pill caused tens of thousands of deaths. Dr. David Graham, a whistleblower, testified before the U.S. Senate in 2002, and revealed data indicating over 100,000 Americans experienced heart attacks as a side effect from the drug and up to 40 percent of those patients died. (http://www.naturalnews.com)

What's the cure for Western medicine quackery? Health basics 101:




Although the American School of Naturopathy in New York City, founded in 1901, was the first naturopathic school in the world, it was based on natural medicine which dates back centuries and even millennia. "Science-based" doesn't mean that you have to cook up synthetic medicine in a lab and mix it with various genetically modified DNA, bacteria, and viruses in order to shock the human immune system into reaction. (http://nomorefakenews.com/)

Don't gamble with your health. Do your own research. Don't take unnecessary chances with "new" medicine that gets doctors free vacations and tickets to the big ball games just for selling you out with synthetic drugs. Find the doctors who use what has worked for cultures all around the world. Find doctors who rely on history and natural medicine and who study nutrition and "live" nutrition every day. (http://en.wikipedia.org)

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