The Medical Industrial Complex: Never A Cure to be Found

“Only the body can cure specific diseases or more appropriately named, physiological expressions.” This is why when someone is in the hospital and they know that none of their medicines or surgeries will help the “patient”, they heavily sedate them or put them into a drug induced coma. Essentially, they’re putting the person in a fast. The body naturally repairs itself and cures disease when in a state of fast. They know this and that’s why they put you in a state where you can’t eat and they simply sit back and watch your “vital signs” get better and better.

The PPJ Gazette

wp-image-879162634By Dr. John Reizer

It’s vitally important to understand how the medical industrial complex operates in order to understand why there have never been any cures to any diseases.

Now I understand that some people like to point out that surgeons can cure tonsillitis, appendicitis, infected gallbladders, and a plethora of other conditions by removing diseased tissues. But that’s not technically a cure because the surgeon is cutting out the disease and not really curing anything. If done often enough, this practice would make the patient disappear.

In addition to those claims, others like to point out that Polio and Smallpox were cured through vaccination programs. This is also not accurate because both of these diseases declined through natural adaptations within human physiology, better sanitation, better public health practices, and some very clever statistical reporting by regulating agencies that reclassified Polio as viral meningitis after vaccines were administered. This is…

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