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The Religious Cult of Medicine

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By Dr. John L. Reizer

Although a small minority of us don’t think of them and their vocation in this way, medical doctors and the profession of medicine are perceived by the vast majority of people as priests working in a church. The entire structure of the medical profession has been intentionally designed to mirror a religious experience.

When you walk into a house of worship, you enter a domain that is considered sacred by the members of the congregation. Inside a church, temple, synagogue or any other religious chamber, there are specific rules that are generally understood and followed by its members. Out of respect for the belief system, any types of criticism, skepticism or questions concerning the veracity of the organization’s major premise are off limits. In other words, members of religious congregations can never publicly question the church about anything.

In medicine, the doctor (priest, minister, rabbi) customarily wears a white gown (robe) that absolutely identifies him as the high priest in the congregation (practice). Within that practice there are nurses (nuns) that assist the doctor in taking care of patients (members of the congregation) when they become ill (possessed by evil microbes). Patients do not usually question  a doctor’s (minister’s) advice.

There are a variety of techniques (rituals) the profession of medicine uses to rid the body of diseases (evil spirits). Some of these techniques include introducing synthetic drugs (holy water) in patients, mass produced by petrochemical companies. In other situations, doctors cut out diseases in the body by performing surgeries (exorcisms) in an effort to remove infected tissues and organs (possessed body parts).

Question the intentions or integrity of the medical man and his large support group of medical personnel, and you will be looked upon by the citizens of most communities as a nut job (the devil). Question the medical protocols (biblical passages) that have been written by the petrochemical corporations and firmly established within the base curricula of every medical school program in the world, and you will be labeled as a charlatan, a quack or a pseudo-scientist. More

Sick Kids Hospital Toronto will euthanize children with or without parental consent.

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Alex Schadenberg
Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

A recent report from the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto states that they are not only ready to do euthanasia on children but their policy states that a child should be able to die by euthanasia without the consent or knowledge of the parents.

According to an article by Sharon Kirkey for Sun Media, the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto published their policy on euthanasia and assisted suicide as a report in the recent Journal of Medical Ethics. According to Kirkey:

The Sick Kids’ working group says the hospital has willing doctors who could “safely and effectively” perform euthanasia for terminally ill youth 18 and older who meet the criteria as set out in federal law, and that it would be “antithetical” to its philosophy of care to have to transfer these patients to a strange and unfamiliar adult hospital. But it is a suggestion that euthanasia might one day take place without the involvement of parents that has provoked fresh controversy in the assisted-death debate.

Who does the Hospital for Sick Children believe that euthanasia can be safe and effective for?

Kirkey explains that the ethicists at the Children’s Hospital believe that there is no difference between killing someone and letting them die. Clearly there is a difference between allowing a natural death and actually causing the death of a person. By blurring clear distinctions ethicists minimize the ethical problems associated with doctors killing their patients. Kirkey reports:

The working group said it wasn’t convinced that there is a meaningful difference for the patient “between being consensually assisted in dying (in the case of MAID) and being consensually allowed to die (in the case of refusing life-sustaining interventions).”

Kirkey explains that most Canadian provinces allow mature minors to make decisions about their own care, including withdrawing or withholding life support. She explains that in Ontario a minor can provide consent for treatment or withdrawal of treatment if they understand the “reasonably foreseeable consequences” of their decision. The Sick Kids’ hospital stated that they encourage minors to involve their families in medical decisions.

Kirkey explains that the Hospitals for Sick Children is suggesting that children could decide to die by euthanasia without the consent of the parents:

The draft policy argues the same rules should apply to MAID since there is no meaningful ethical or practical distinction from the patient’s perspective between assisted dying and other procedures that result in the end of a life, such as palliative sedation (where people sleep until they die) or withdrawing or withholding life-sustaining treatments.

Kirkey explains that the Sick Kids Hospital paper came out just ahead of the report by The Canadian Council of Academies that will make recommendations in December concerning the extension of euthanasia to mature minors. The same group is examining the extension of euthanasia to cases of mental illness alone, as well as incompetent people who requested euthanasia within an “advance directive”.

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Virginia Hospitals Now Able to Withdraw and Deny Care at Will or Whim

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Yolanda Bell

Manassas, VA

Apr 30, 2018 — (The picture is an X-ray of Anastasia’s hip/femur that was broken by Dulles Health and Rehab Center in Herndon, VA)

Last month the Virginia General Assembly (sponsored by healthcare pawn Delegate Stolle) passed a bill and Governor Northam signed into law legislation that now allows Virginia hospitals (Inova) to withdraw and deny care their doctors deem unethical or inappropriate (i.e not profitable for hospital). The law gives a family that disagrees with a hospital treatment decision 14 days to find another doctor at another hospital to agree to take their family member or the hospital may withdraw all care including life saving care already being provided. In other words they can removed oxygen, ventilators, tubefeedings, fluids, etc and let you die, or more accurately put kill you. This law becomes effective on July 1, 2018. Strangely or not so strangely this is one of the only laws passed in this session that has Not been boasted about or published.

Medicare and Medicaid patients and anyone without platinum health insurance needs to be very wary of dealing with hospitals in Virginia now because if my sisters story shows anything it is Inova hospitals have absolutely no qualms about putting out or killing off patients they do not value and deem unprofitable. In fact I believe it is the outing of Inova and what they did to my sister that brought about this bill.

Lastly Medicare patients have certain federally protected rights when it comes to this type of situation which this law appears to go against (and is why Inova ran to have their buddies in Fairfax circuit court hand over my sister before the Medicare decision was rendered). Federal law trumps state law.

PETITION UPDATE

VIRGINIA HOUSE AND SENATE SEEK TO PASS BILL TO DENY AND WITHDRAW CARE…

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Yolanda Bell

Manassas, VA

Jan 31, 2018 — The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia, both the House and the Senate, are seeking to pass Bills to allow hospitals to deny and withdraw care they the doctors deem unnecessary or unethical. In instances where families disagree with the doctors or hospital on needed care the respective bills will allow the doctors to cease providing medical care… period.

The House bill is HB 226 which at last look was up for debate in committee tomorrow, Feb 1, 2018 at 5:00pm (this could have changed).
http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?181+sum+hb406

The Senate Bill SB222 passed committee today and is linked below. Both these bills need to be killed. These bills are a direct result of Inova and RHC and what Anastasia went through. VIRGINIA RESIDENTS CALL AND CONTACT YOUR DELEGATES AND SENATORS TODAY AND TELL THEM TO VOTE NO ON THESE BILLS WITHOUT SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENTS TO PROTECT THE VULNERABLE.

Bill to give doctors way out of providing medically unethical treatment passes first committee

A bill that would create a process by which a physician can cease treatment they deem to be medically unnecessary or inappropriate for…

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Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT) spreads false information in New York Times OpEd, but Researcher Marybeth Devlin counters his opinion with actual facts

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Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah deceived Congress by implying there was a 41% increase in wild horse & burro population in only 5 months, and by showing a photo of one thin horse and claiming that a majority of the wild horse population on the range were starving or dying from dehydration.

Stewart authored the recent Amendment in the House that would lead to 46,000 healthy wild horses & burros in BLM holding facilities and tens of thousands more on public lands being “euthanized” (killed).

Now Stewart has stooped to spreading false information about wild horses in an OpEd that appeared to in the New York Times titled “The Hard Truth About the West’s Wild Horse Problem.” Stewart continues to push for the killing of healthy wild horses & burros, both in his OpEd and in Congress.

Researcher Marybeth Devlin submitted her remarks (below) countering Stewart’s OpEd to the New York Times via its “we want to hear from you” page. However, when I clicked on the link to the “we want to hear from you” page, it was gone (so apparently, the New York Times doesn’t want to hear from anyone). Marybeth also commented on The New York Times Opinion Section on Facebook, where Stewart’s piece is listed (among others, halfway down the page).

Our thanks to Marybeth Devlin for exposing the misinformation opined by this squirrelly politician (my apologies to squirrels). Stewart’s own constituents even booed him in Salt Lake City this year.

“No birth control, no euthanasia, no slaughter: None of them fixes fraud. The problem is fraud – BLM’s fraud – not overpopulation. What is needed is honest management of our wild horses and burros.” – Marybeth Devlin

by Marybeth Devlin

The Bureau of Land Management’s wild-horse fraud: The “overpopulation” of wild horses is a pernicious lie, a concocted “crisis”. The government doesn’t have a wild-horse problem — wild horses have a government problem. More

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