The cancer racket (part 1)
April 23, 2012
There are many paradigms of institutional abuse to which the fearful and uninformed subject themselves. They do this despite the damage, pain and diminishing returns of their participation in said program.
The cancer racket has made the “voluntary compliance” threat used by the IRS its own. It is a sophisticated and well-oiled machine. It runs on the vast wealth of its primary accomplices, the pharmaceutical and insurance hydras. It has a standing army of doctors and nurses who march in lock-step to the dictates of the hidden hand.
The cancer racket is every bit the terrorist group that the IRS is and it is becoming just as hated as its fraud is being made known.
Let’s look at the building blocks of psychopathy (the root cause of most suffering on earth) to see how they are used by the cancer industry to pour out the blood and money of its victims like water over the altar of modern medicine.
Deceit through Positioning
The basic premise of the cancer racket could be stated as: “Cancer kills. You don’t have a chance at beating it unless you go to your doctor and do what he says. The only defense against cancer is drugs and sometimes, surgery.”
The victim must buy into this in order for the rest of the racket to work. The programming has now become conventional wisdom, that is, it is almost an assumption in most people’s minds now. Cancer = surgery + chemotherapy + radiation. All faith is to be placed in the progrom.
Fear, assumption and intimidation are injected into the conversation. The victim:
- is subjected to a battery of tests and then made to wait to hear results of tests; waiting triggers fearful thinking and stress, both of which break the connection to Source
- hears things like, “I”m so sorry” and “I’m afraid, it’s cancer” and “It’s very aggressive” and so forth
- gets the doctor’s interpretation of the test results and treatment options all of which guide him or her to the end of the line
In turn, each of these reinforce the gravity of the diagnosis, the insanity of doing anything other than following the doctor’s orders. This, of course, means that they will run, not walk through the program no matter what.
The insurance industry employs number crunchers, actuarials, who have got the value of every kind of health challenge reduced to a number. When ovarian cancer or lung cancer or thyroid cancer or prostate cancer present, workers in the system know what each one is worth.
As muppetgate revealed about the Wall Street slaughterhouse, all decisions for cancer treatment are likewise guided by creating cash flow and maximizing profit for the hospital slaughterhouse regardless of what happens to the medical muppet.
Rushing is a major weapon of all forms of interpersonal abuse and it is a major string of the cancer racket. It’s all very urgent and everything must be done at once. This raises the anxiety and upset of the victim. It makes it more difficult to arrange for second opinions, to search out information, to think things through.
Some patients are so indoctrinated, they think further consultations with the doctor will offer options outside modern medicine. If any such alternatives are every admitted, they are likely qualified with gutteral noises, rolling eyes, dismissive or intimidating posturing or doom language.
The high priests of the cancer racket walk around in white coats accessorized with the tools of their trade. They may be nice or smug—whatever their style, whatever works to reel in the victim. The two phrases I hear most often when people describe their doctors are “he’s so nice” and “he’s a specialist”.
When fraudulent, being nice and being a specialist both fulfil the Charm requirement of the psychopathic bond. People who seek outside sources for the repair of their bodies need different qualities to get them into the program. Women often need someone who is “nice” to them. Men often need someone who is “a specialist” to justify their participation in said program.
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