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Why They Attack Alternative Healthcare By Dr. John L. Reizer

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By Dr. John L. Reizer

Author of The Target List

Throughout the relatively short history of modern healthcare, there have been continuous attempts to undermine the credibility of alternative healthcare professions. Very powerful organizations have carefully designed and implemented impressive strategies to make natural healthcare disciplines and their practitioners look like quacks and charlatans.

Professionals are routinely hired by undisclosed, secret entities to give false interviews, write defamatory books, construct disingenuous websites and participate in broad scale efforts that target healthcare consumers and help create, for them, false perceptions about natural healthcare practices.

The funding of these activities, although difficult to trace for the average person, obviously originate from petrochemical corporations. Due to a number of legal factors, it is often quite cumbersome to point fingers at specific business entities, as well as others that might be involved with the inner workings of such conspiratorial activities.

As one might suspect, the targets and casualties on the battlefield are always the same. Any healthcare professions, modalities, or treatment protocols that go against the grain of conventional medical theories are fair game.

Debunking agents are used on a regular basis to keep society firmly aligned with the parameters of acceptable thinking regarding many genres that make up our fabric of perceived reality. This is true in the healthcare arena as well.

Any idea or concept that challenges the accepted thinking patterns of everyday people are quickly identified and dealt with in an expeditious manner by specialists that are paid to write and publish biased comments on websites and blogs. If, for example, a large minority of the population suddenly began to question the authenticity of something that was being reported by the mainstream media, trained debunkers are always ready to spring into action. These people, through the implementation of strategic campaigns, can quickly minimize the damage being caused by a controversial voice within the population base.

Broad scale debunking can make sure that the majority of the population continues to perceive reality the way that the media originally intended. More

TS Radio: Beth Clay…the drugging of children and vaccine injury

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North Carolina not the only state trying to criminalize alternative health services

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Turns out all our suspicions were correct.  The bill was intended as a broad catch-all that would by agency regulation be implemented to criminalize anything but state approved, registered, licensed and fee paid, health activity. 

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A closer look at the attempt by North Carolina legislators to criminalize anything other than state sponsored health care is quite revealing.  Below is the bill text, sort of, with some observations about the language, or lack thereof, defining what this bill is actually intended to do. 

What is apparent is that it is the first step in implementing various aspects of Codex Alimentarius which excludes any health practice not listed in the Codex.  Codex specifically targets and intends to end the use of alternative therapies and also vitamins and supplements. 

Please note that this bill does not contain any statement of legislative intent.  In other words, what is the intention of this bill, exactly?  More

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