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July 15, 2018 4:59 pm  #1


Cave rescue - finally (it was getting old, real fast)

A quote from the latest e-newsletter of Dr. Tim O'Shea (chiro).  He says exactly what I and many others are feeling.

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CAVE RESCUE:  MEDICAL CAPTIVES

While we're all glad that the trapped boys have finally been rescued, we're even happier that we've been rescued from the stranglehold the story held on all media,  obsessing over the tiniest details of the adventure every 5 minutes for 2 weeks. Media fodder. Lunch for the masses - pick your metaphor.  The story has yet another lesson about the mandates of the Bernays-trained managing editors worldwide. 

They'd have us believe that nothing else of note was going on in the entire world for the past 2 weeks as important as the rescue - no tragedies, wars, genocides, environmental disasters, loss of human rights, medical freedom, trade agreements, invasions --- all that just went on hold and was of no significance whatever compared with getting these kids out of the cave. Even after they were found.  Sharks at feeding time - that's how the media responds - everybody had to get into the act and take as much credit as possible. Their bubble headed bleached blondes manically presenting the Thai story as dire as possible with the most tragic outcome likely.

All those thousands of hours of media coverage - notice one detail they always skipped:  Exactly how far did the kids have to dive under water? A quarter mile?  Ten feet?

But hands-down champions in the carnivorous competition as the Superheroes were - the Meds.  After a week of starving, all these kids needed was food and water - simple food. We can do nutritional refinement later. They weren't emaciated - that takes months. But here's a typically ridiculous report from NBC on 10 July:              

"The initial eight who were freed are currently in good health, officials said. They were receiving medical treatment at a hospital in Chiang Rai."            

 "..., a public health official told reporters that the boys were given antibiotics, rabies vaccines and vitamin B2 and showed no signs of fever."

"In an effort to control infection, doctors were not allowing visitors. Positive test results would mean face-to-face visits between the boys and their families at the hospital."

"So far, only the first group of four boys —have been able to see their families through glass windows."

"....., they were given energy gels and baby food to help their bodies slowly adjust to solids."             

"The second group were hospitalized with low body temperatures, though they’d since stabilized.              

"It could be another week before the boys are released from the hospital."

How many hours of nutrition do MDs get in school? Zero.  Ever[y] go into a bypass post-op and see what's on the patient's tray?  Ensure, jello, and pasteurized dairy: processed, refined carbohydrates with no enzymes, vitamins, or minerals.  Almost no food value, inflammatory, an assault on the pancreas, sympathetics, and tract. That's hospital policy worldwide.

So for the most part an MD giving nutritional advice would be like taking ballroom dancing instruction from someone with credentials in road paving, or jewelry sales...

These kids needed to restore electrolytes, gently nourish the digestive tract, and hydrate.  That means initially vitamins, minerals, enzymes from complete carbohydrates: organic applesauce, oatmeal, organic fruit juices, e.g.,  limited a little on the first day. And as much water as they can tolerate.  That's it, for fastest recovery.  24 hours, no complications, and go home.

But no, organized medicine seizes desperately this rare windfall, spotlighted by the frenzy of global media.  Oh, now we must talk about quarantine, exotic infections, isolation, loads of prophylactic medications, exploratory X-rays, long periods of confinement....                       

"..an effort to control infection..." ?  What infection?

Except [sic] for (in) an emergency first aid situation, superfluous medications in a depressed immune system, like these boys had, further handicap a body to recalibrate its own homeostasis. They don't have the metabolic reserves necessary to process unnecessary drugs.   Everybody knows that.  Except the bottom line guys upstairs in the billing department - the ones who really set medical protocols in all situations.

Rabies vaccine is not only a completely unproven and ineffective superstition,  prescribed only in actual cases of animal bites - it is the most dangerous vaccine ever invented, causing thousands of deaths. Guess who invented it.  Louis Pasteur - who had no credentials at all in medicine or physiology.  He was a chemist.

These senseless responses are typical of the medical policy worldwide.  In a for-profit industry, the prime objective is not restoring the patient to health as soon as possible, but always always padding that final invoice. All any patient wants is: Save My Life But Not Too Much.  Unfortunately in today's world, that wish rarely syncs with the marching orders from the MBA's upstairs - the real puppeteers of the obedient marionettes below.

What an inept sideshow, for a club that has all the money in the world.


A government which robs Peter to
pay Paul can always depend on
the support of Paul.
-- George Bernard Shaw
 

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