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"Sick Care" America Resorts to Borrowing Money to Pay for Disease

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(NaturalNews) America has crossed a new, disturbing threshold with the announcement that Obama's new health care plan will borrow money to pay for health care. In real terms, this means that sickness and disease ...

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Karen S (106)
Tuesday June 23, 2009, 6:47 pm
(NaturalNews) America has crossed a new, disturbing threshold with the announcement that Obama's new health care plan will borrow money to pay for health care. In real terms, this means that sickness and disease in America will now be financed on credit.

This is a new "disturbing threshold" because it signals the beginning of a monumental mistake: The borrowing of money to invest in disease rather than health.

None of this borrowed money, you see, will actually go to teach people about the natural medicines found in fresh foods. Nor will it set free the knowledge about medicinal herbs and nutritional supplements that the FDA has fought so hard to suppress. No, this money will be used for one thing: To mortgage America's future for the benefit of the drug companies while the health of the people deteriorates even further.

Going broke to pay for disease
Borrowing money to invest in real health might be justifiable, but borrowing money to pay for yet more "disease maintenance" (with huge payouts to Big Pharma and conventional medicine drug pushers) is idiotic. But then, America has lost all touch with reality on financial issues. What's another trillion dollars thrown down the drain on disease, anyway?

It's not just America that's going broke from disease, either: The UK's NHS service is "bleeding to death" for all the same reasons (

The truth is, there's not enough money in the whole world to pay for the ongoing costs of keeping the population diseased. This whole global scam of censoring information about nutrition, promoting junk foods and toxic personal care products, then making money by selling them patented pharmaceuticals is quickly coming to an end. It is simply not sustainable.

Every nation that bases its "health care" philosophy on pharmaceuticals, chemotherapy and surgery while censoring truthful information about natural remedies will eventually go broke.

Investing in disease only leads to financial failure
There is simply no way around it: Disease is expensive. And while it may appear to stimulate the economy by causing money to change hands, in reality it destroys productivity, longevity and happiness while sending families, states and nations careening towards utter financial destruction. For every dollar spent on disease, a nickel could be spent preventing disease instead. We could slash our health care costs by 90 percent if we simply shifted our health care priorities to education and natural remedies instead of promoting ignorance and chemicals.

But you don't have to believe me. Just watch the USA and the UK -- both are approaching complete financial collapse due, in large part, to the unrelenting burden of costs associated with paying for disease (while censoring natural health remedies).

Western medicine, in essence, will destroy any nation that dares adopt it.

Take a look around the planet: Virtually all the countries with no debt are those countries that still use natural remedies and haven't sold out to western medicine. At the same time, all the countries nearing bankruptcy are those who have allowed western medicine to dominate their health care systems. Is this a coincidence? Of course not. Western medicine destroys both the health and the economies of nations.

Jamie L (195)
Tuesday June 23, 2009, 7:12 pm
Thanks Karen!

Blue Bunting (855)
Wednesday June 24, 2009, 7:36 pm
TransGriot: 10 busted myths about the Canadian health care system.

Karen S (106)
Wednesday June 24, 2009, 8:11 pm
Blue....thanx for the link. The info is mostly factual, but my experience with the health care system here is a little different than what the blogger has outlined and the quality of the system is in decline.

mary f (202)
Thursday June 25, 2009, 3:55 am
thanks karen
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