Looks like Alabama election off the shelf and into the fire

Due to Alabama Election fraud

A Democrat installed
4D chess in play

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Jim Stone, World Class Investigative Reporter

A hearty Amen to Mr Stone for accurately describing the corrupt medical profession in America. He could have just as easily described our corrupt political, banking, judicial, law enforcement, educational, & legal rackets (systems) by simply inserting respective field identity. 

Drain the swamp!
Does not matter if you start at the bottom or the top, just drain the damn swamp----permanently!

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Obamacare repeal failure

Many of you already know that Trump has been stopped from doing almost everything he campaigned for, not by his own will. And the recent failure to repeal Obamacare is a prime example.  It is a prime example of the now self evident truth that we no longer have a representative government.I am not sad Ryancare (falsely labeled Trump care) did not get implemented, because people did not ask for a new version of Obamacare, they asked for a complete and total repeal of all of it. Who wants medical insurance that costs $500 a month, has a $5,000 deductible, and then gets used as a racket to feed a massively corrupt medical system $50,000 for things that in other countries cost $100 cash in hand, no insurance needed?
If people are even talking about health insurance at all, they are supporting the American medical scam that has become so entrenched that no one in America can understand that a fairly priced medical system won't even have, as a component, any insurance at all. And I have understated this.
Google has duly expunged the Anascorp story, where a woman was charged $100,000 for treatment with two shots of Anascorp after a scorpion sting, which in Mexico would have cost less than $200 total.  This is the problem with American medical: The system is nothing at all but an extortion racket, where people are forced to destroy their lives paying for treatments, which in a modern system, should be practically free. And Americans just suck it up and call it normal.

LET ME INTRODUCE JIM STONE CARE: A HEALTH PROPOSAL FOR AMERICA:

1. If any hospital charges more than a 30 percent markup on medical items, and asks for more than $5,000 for any surgery;2. If any hospital charges more than $200 per night for a private room, or more than $65 per night for a 4 bed divided room;
3. If any dispensary charges more than $20 as the top price for any 7 day antibiotic (or antibiotic provider asks for so much a dispensary can't provide it for $20 after charging 30 percent markup no matter what antibiotic it is;)
4. If any doctor charges more than $30 for a diagnostic visit, that can be truncated to 15 minutes; $50 for a half hour
5. If any manufacturer produces a wilfully damaging product, such as all vaccines grown in human tissue and/or have adjuvants that are based on the same materials that form the building blocks for the body's biological systems,
CONSEQUENCE: without warning, a SWAT team will arrive and round up the hospital/factory/dispensary/doctor's fleeing management that scammed the people so badly and jail them.

SOUND AUDACIOUS? WELL, IT IS TIME FOR AMERICA'S TOTALLY SCAM MEDICAL TO BE STOPPED IN ITS TRACKS TODAY. IT APPEARS ONLY OPEN WARFARE WILL ACCOMPLISH THIS.

Political: If any bureaucrat continues supporting a system where the medical records of an individual are not completely open, and not stored as the sole copy, within the individual's residence, - if any bureaucrat continues supporting the current system where medical records and comments are sealed and held by the medical community, rather than the individual, said bureaucrat is to be blackballed and imprisoned no less than FIVE (5) years. The American system of not allowing people to be the sole holders of their own medical records should be a class B felony AT LEAST on the part of the people who made this system a reality.2. If any bureaucrat demands more from a medical practitioner than a single script issued after each visit, for the patient to add to their own medical record on their own terms; - a paperwork process so simple it happens in 30 seconds at the end of a visit, said bureaucrat is to be blackballed from politics for the rest of their life.
Folks, the Mexicans have a system like the one I described. Hospital, private room: $100 per night, and it is like a hotel room at a place like the Marriott. If you wanted a crap hole hospital the room will be a LOT LESS. A vast majority of American hotels won't match the quality and cleanliness of a high class Mexican hospital room. Modern, clean, comfortable. For $200 you get an attached conference room for business meetings while you are sick. On top of this, the niceness so vastly exceeds American hospitals that it would be an absolute revolution to get America to where Mexico is with this.
When you go to a pharmacy, the doctor is there, and it will be a good doctor. If you don't like a certain doctor, choose another pharmacy. For practically nothing, the doctor will give you a full physical and check up, and give the CORRECT medication if needed. Total cost for something like an ear infection? less than $20, antibiotics included.  And it does not stop with that. A majority of pharmacy doctors will set broken bones and give you stitches, and the end cost will always be under $50 if you can't find a doctor who will do it for free. Claudia just told me that there are many places that will take care of broken bones for FREE. Not state subsidized. You don't need any medical coverage at all for that, and the state is not the one paying. If you go private, Stitches are typically $1 USD each. It will cost about $15 to set a broken arm, and another $30 for the cast.
Obviously if you have more money, you will have a private doctor but even in these cases a broken arm and 20 stitches would never ring up more than $200 in the worst case scenario, x-rays and all. And since x-rays actually only cost $10 to do, and it takes less than an hour to set an arm and apply a cast, with the cast being nothing but gauze mixed with cheap plaster, why should it cost $2,500 plus, the way it would in America? Broken arm X-rays in Mexico are crystal clear, and cost less than $20 leaving a margin for the hospital to turn a 100 percent profit. Why should an arm x-ray cost up to $1,000 in America?
BOTTOM LINE: AMERICAN MEDICAL IS A CRIMINAL SYSTEM. THERE IS NO CONCEIVABLE EXCUSE FOR IT. IT IS A MASSIVE EXTORTION RACKET. THEY TAKE PEOPLE IN DIFFICULT SITUATIONS THAT ARE CHEAP TO FIX, AND DESTROY THEM. TODAY'S AMERICAN HOSPITAL IS EQUAL TO A TOW TRUCK DRIVER WHO, BECAUSE YOU ARE TRAPPED IN A CAR THAT WILL FALL AND KILL YOU, CHARGES $50,000 TO PUT A HOOK ON IT AND PULL YOU OUT IN 3 MINUTES. EASY TO SOLVE PROBLEM. PAY UP OR DIE, BECAUSE WE HAVE A GUN TO YOUR HEAD.
The criminal racket HAS TO STOP.  IF TRUMP WANTS TO ADDRESS THE REAL MEDICAL PROBLEM AMERICA HAS, HE HAS TO OPENLY STATE THAT THE ENTIRE SYSTEM IS A FILTHY ROTTEN CRIMINAL EXTORTION RACKET FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, AND BEGIN CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS.
NO OBAMACARE. NO RYANCARE. Simply TOTALLY de-regulate medical, do the proper jailings and let competition do it's job. THAT is the real health care fix.
I would never believe this if I was not in Mexico to see it for myself. Contrary to what you are told in the scamming MSM, Mexicans are not walking around spewing disease and dropping body parts. Their medical here is more than equal to America's and it is actually affordable with no insurance or government subsidy at all. 
Contrary to what you are brainwashed to believe, America has horse crap medical care. Dark dungeon spooky hospitals that stink, are proven to not be sanitary, and present like death centers. Hospitals don't have the same feel in Mexico, they, aside from whatever is wrong with you to put you there, are quite cheery. Yes, they all have WIFI that people use the whole day from their beds if they are able to.
I have had a medical incident here that would have destroyed me in America, yet medical is SO CHEAP all I had to do is say I had a problem, and people who read this site took care of it in a day. That was nice to have happen. But it also shows that medical in Mexico is affordable. My problem was not "cheap" but I am certain it would have been end-of-life in America. $50,000 AT LEAST, with no real cure, only symptom management. The diagnosis for the latest problem was 20 pages long! The problem was so technical that everything had to be analyzed, including things like ph balance, blood toxin load, exact mineral levels to see what was doing what, I saw the diagnostic list and can't even begin to say everything that was on it. Stuff you'd never even think about. Caveat: She kept the list. She wanted me as a permanent patient. So what if she is going to fix problems (she obviously did) and not just manage symptoms for max profit.
Mexican medical costs for services you can cross reference with American prices easily, these prices are not subsidized or discounted, or in "cheap hell holes", these will be done in top level "cheery" "marriott" type hospitals:
Sonogram, complete with all print outs: $10-20
X-ray, complete with the plate/film/whatever it is called, it will be at least 11X17 in size: $20-30.
Cat Scan: Various prices, but less than $100.
MRI in the latest newest 2014 model GE MRI "donut" machine with 3 teslas or more: $150 - 250
Open bed MRI: Up to $350. These are used for comfort or when someone is too claustrophobic to handle a donut MRI.
These prices are current. Go check them out in the U.S. and see what your scam level is set at.

BOTTOM LINE: MEDICAL REFORM IN AMERICA EQUALS ENFORCEMENT OF ETHICS LAWS AND LITTLE ELSE. If this is not done, the problem will not be fixed AT ALL no matter what "Trump dream care" ends up being.

1 comment:

  1. That's a plan that I would support wholeheartedly. But it would take a complete collapse of the existing system to bring this about and probably revolution as well. For now, I'm just happy that the Obamacare individual mandates are not being enforced (I believe. Didn't Trump issue an executive order to the IRS to not enforce them?). I have no intention of buying health insurance because I'm never going to use the current system of drug- and surgery-based allopathic medicine anyway.

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